17 Burst results for "Woodrow Wilson Nistration"

"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Going to be supportive of a move towards socialism? Not very many, President Trump will get reelected. Okay. So that that is a statement that scares the death out of the left which wants to embrace his I say this full-scale hardcore fire left positioning and shelters reminding them guys just 'cause you don't like Trump doesn't mean that everybody is going to resonate to your cost. The left is going nuts over this because they want to provide the stark dichotomy they want you to have to choose between, President Trump and socialism, and they hope that if you hate President Trump enough, you'll resonates socialism. And suddenly Hersholt saying you don't have to choose Trump, and you don't have to choose socialism. It sounds pretty good to a lot of Americans. I know that a lot of Trump supporters who listen to the show, but understand his popularity ratings are not all that high. Right. There are a lot of folks or not gonna vote for President Trump in the next election cycle, the possibility that Scholtz carves into that vote by saying I don't like Trump and also I'm not a crazy person not an insignificant possibility. Listen to the panic from the media over this. I mean, let's let's face this. How bad are the Democrats Howard Schultz is a threat to them. This guy is utterly charisma-free. He is his dull as as. Dishwater? I mean, he really is. You watch them speaking. You're like, wow. This really, okay. I guess nobody's looking at Howard Johnson. Going captures my imagination. All he is is a return to normalcy. He feels like Warren g Harding in nineteen twenty. That was the Warren g Harding campaign slogan in nineteen twenty after the insanity of the Woodrow Wilson administration was returned to normalcy. Howard Schultz should make that his slogan, honestly, because he feels like returned to normalcy for a lot of folks. And this is scaring, the death out of Democrats and the media really want the AFC wing of the Democratic Party to be ascended. The Bernie Sanders wing of the Democratic Party. So listen to MSNBC's Nicole Wallace freaking out just losing her mind on Steve Schmidt whose an advisor to Howard Schultz, people are terrified and people are terrified that you one of the most visible Trump critics are now behind someone that they feel I could take away the Democrats best chance of toppling Donald Trump voting. The election is to steered. Okay. Everybody's wasn't her. She's so scared. She says here's the solution. Don't be crazy. You had one job Democrats won. And. Yes, suck at it. Jon Favreau, who is on the Obama team. He says it's just a it's an awful thing. That was going to ruin the world ruin the world, the pod broS explaining why Howard Schultz is the scariest person in the world these people interest. Mike Bloomberg on very different ends of the spectrum are both thinking. Yeah, we could both run in the democratic primary, and we'll just see if anyone likes ideas Howard Schultz thinks that he doesn't have to do that that he gets to just run on his own as an independent and do it that way. Even if it means hurting, the democratic candidate, helping Trump, and that's that's just a awful thing to do. It is. I mean, people should be restricted to running inside the Democratic Party where we the pod can permit whether they ought to even receive the votes of the general public. I love the people who suggest that Donald Trump is a force against democracy are suggesting that third party candidates should now be banned. Now, let's be real about this a third party candidate is not a guarantee that Trump wins reelection. It's not even. Guarantee that all of the votes for Howard Schultz, come from the Democratic Party. It is quite possible that he draws a bunch of suburban Republicans who would normally vote for from. And now they see Schultz as some sort of moderate shorts is relying on apparently some interior polling data is what Josh crash our over at national journal tweeting yesterday. He says shorts commissioned several ballot tests over the past few months and found that centrist indie holes between and five low too low thirties between twenty five and low thirties. President Trump consistently at twenty nine to thirty percents. Elizabeth Warren between twenty six and thirty percents. In other words, the votes splits. Exactly three ways with Warren on the ballot. It founded about twenty four percents of Democrats defected to the generic centrist independence alternative and twenty percents of Trump. Republicans polling found that Trump's support was strong with Republicans around seventy percents. Now, let's be real about this generic centrist Indian would lead to a higher percentage than if any other candidate were named Shultz is not going to draw all of that centrist in the option cared about forty percents of independence on average in the surveys. That is conducted in reality. This probably this probably, you know, he probably wins ten to fifteen percent of the vote. But there's no guarantee that ten percent to fifteen percent of the vote comes universally from folks on the left. It is quite possible. That folks in the Republican party see somebody like Scholtz has returned to normalcy. Also, which is. Presumably why President Trump was was ripping on on Schultz the other day coming up. I wanna talk a little bit about changing demographics in the United States. Democrats think this means they will never lose another election. Republicans are worried the changing demographics mean they will never win another election..

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"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"So that that is a statement that scares the death out of the left which wants to embrace his I say this full-scale hardcore far left positioning and shelters reminding them guys just because you don't Trump doesn't mean that everybody is going to resonate to your cost. The left is going nuts over this because they want to provide the stark dichotomy they want you to have to choose between, President Trump and socialism, and they hope that if you hate President Trump enough, you'll resonates socialism. And suddenly Hersholt saying you don't have to choose Trump. And you don't have to choose socialism tells pretty good too. A lot of Americans. I know that a lot of Trump supporters who listen to the show, but understand his popularity ratings are not all that high. Right. There are a lot of folks are not gonna vote for President Trump in the next election cycle the possibility that Scholtz carves into that vote by saying I don't like Trump and also I'm not a crazy person not an insignificant possibility. Listen to the panic from the media over this. I mean, let's let's face this. How bad are the Democrats Howard Schultz is a threat to them. This guy is utterly charisma-free. He is he. Has dole as as dishwater? I mean, really is you watch him speak. And you're like, wow, this really, okay. I guess nobody's looking. At Howard Chilton going. He captures my imagination. All he is is a return to normal. He feels like Warren g Harding in nineteen twenty. That was the Warren g Harding campaign slogan in nineteen twenty after the insanity of the Woodrow Wilson administration was returned to normalcy. Howard Scholtz should make that his slogan, honestly, because he feels like return to normalcy for a lot of folks. And this is scaring, the death out of Democrats and the media really want the AOC wing of the Democratic Party to be Senate the Bernie Sanders wing of the Democratic Party. So listen to MSNBC's, Nicole Wallace freaking out just losing her mind on Steve Schmidt whose an advisor to Howard Schultz, people are terrified and people are terrified that you one of the most visible Trump critics are now behind when they feel I could take away the Democrats best chance of toppling Donald Trump. Nobody's voting. The election is to. Okay. Everybody wasn't. She's so scared. She says here's a solution. Don't be crazy. You had one job Democrats won. And. Yes, suck at it. Jon Favreau, who is on the Obama team. He says it's just it's an awful thing to do is going to ruin the world ruined the world the pod broS explaining why Howard Schultz the scariest person in the world. These two people Bloomberg on very different ends of the spectrum or both thinking. Yeah, we could both run in the democratic primary, and we'll just see if anyone likes ideas Howard Schultz things that he doesn't have to do that that he gets to just run on his own as an independent and do it that way. Even if it means hurting the democratic candidate helping to Trump, and that's that's just a awful thing to do. It is. I mean, people should be restricted to running inside the Democratic Party where we the pod broS can term whether they ought to even receive the vote of the general public. I love that. The people who suggest that Donald Trump is a force against him opera suggesting that third party candidates should be banned. Now, let's be real about this a third party candidate is not a guarantee that Trump wins reelection. It's not even a guarantee that all of the votes for Howard Schultz, come from the Democratic Party. It is quite possible that he draws away bunch of suburban Republicans who would normally vote for Trump. And now they see Schultz as some sort of moderate Schultz is relying on apparently some interior polling data is what Josh crash our over at national journal was tweeting yesterday. He says Schultz commissioned several ballot tests over the past few months and found that centrist Indy pulls between twenty five low to thirties between twenty five and low thirties. President Trump consistently at twenty nine to thirty percents. Elizabeth Warren between twenty six and thirty percents. In other words, the votes splits. Exactly three ways with Warren on the ballot. They founded about twenty four percents of Democrats defected to the generic centrist independence alternative and twenty percents of Trump Republicans pulling found that Trump's support was strong with Republicans. Around seventy percent now, let's be real about this generic centrist..

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"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Way, the one in the back. Right, right. That's not a parrot. That's maker, right? Right. Go ahead. Martial law in the streets because his regime is crumbling. That's what we've seen this before. And that's what you'd be signing. Let's let let's stop. That stop no responsible. News organization would keep this guy on the air. Not a hunter. It's not martial law. It's none of those things. Obviously. It's not the FDR administration. It's not the Woodrow Wilson administration. These are statements that are made by a buffoon who is unencumbered with any facts or information. Any facts or information, and they won't get it on the morning schmo show, which of course, as I've said before, and it's true is the favourite show of the North Korean generals, those who are still alive and not executed by Kim Jong UN. Most of you don't watch this because they have no ratings. We have more subscribers. I shouldn't even say this. On blaze TV, formerly crtv, including Levin, TV then they have viewers in the morning. Think about that. So why are they on the air? They don't produce ratings there on the air, ladies and gentlemen, because they produce a political viewpoint and rhetoric and tone. That the producers the directors and the executives want. This guy is a demagogue this show is it propaganda. Mill. Day in and day out the same thing. And then, of course, the morning schmo likes to pray certain individuals at FOX. When they attacked the president Xi. That's a real reporter. Yeah. Like we need. Joe Scarborough, his stamp of approval, his his character testimony. He has no character. He's a fraud. Absolute sonia. Bring a guy like this on Heilmann who adds nothing. And I've decided what the problem is here. In addition to you know, obviously, the the left wing, isn't and all the rest of the problem here, folks. And I mean this. Is the twenty four seven o'clock. It's not that these cable networks, they don't have one hour to our three hours. It is twenty four seven. It is reruns. And they have to fill the time. They have to try and drive their ratings some more and more. They're balkanized more more. They played a smaller. Smaller click. And they have to be more and more outrageous. One of the things I really like about FOX is when you watch Tucker Carlson or you watch Sean Hannity or you watch Laura Ingram. You know, what you're getting? They don't play pretend to be journalists. They are smart. They articulate they have a point of view, whether you agree with all of it better. Not and you understand that is a commentator. That's a commentator. That's a commentator when you look at CNN. It's all over the place. What's Don, lemon is? He knew skyer commentator. What's Chris Cuomo news commentators done both what's Jake tapper newscaster commentator Cammarata? She a news guy a gallery commentary on quite serious. Look at MSNBC. Same thing. Same thing. You can't tell. Now, the news people on all the cable shows. Not all of them. Look some you may not like Chris Wallace. But you have to admit he's a news guy. And to the shock of many of you while I don't agree with them. All the time. I actually do like the guy. I don't mean personally. He's an all time news guy. My favorite is Bret Baier, quite frankly. Gives you the news. I don't really know what its opinion as he gives you the news. But who are the news people on CNN who gave you the news? Who are the news people in MSNBC who give you the news. I'm quite serious about this. So they had this twenty four seven o'clock, and when you're MSNBC and your ratings are really tanking especially in the morning schmo. All day long. You have to really dig at the by yet to say to your Booker. Who's usually thirteen years old? You have to say to your Booker. Okay. Who's out there who will come on our show at six thirty in the morning would know ratings John Heilemann? He's always good Heilmann. As always good. So there he is John Heilemann Steve Schmidt Damas a doorknob..

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"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

06:32 min | 3 years ago

"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Up national emergency in order to actually try to solve a political emergency. And in that case in this context, divert resources invoke this national emergency. And especially. Deploying the military in its service. You are seeing the actions of an autocrat that is a that is the behavior that if you saw it in a third world country, we have in many third world countries. You would say, well, that's the guy who runs the. That's the guy who runs the dictatorship. And by the way, the one in the back. Right, right. That's not a parrot. That's maker, right? Right. Go ahead. Shooting instituting martial law in the streets because his regime is crumbling. That's what we've seen this before. And that's what you'd be signing. Let's let let's stop. Let's stop no responsible. News organization would keep this guy on the air. It's not a hunter. It's not martial law. It's none of those things. Obviously. It's not the FDR administration. It's not the Woodrow Wilson administration. These are statements that are made by buffoon who is in common with any facts or information. Any facts or information, and they won't get it on the morning schmo show, which of course, as I've said before, and it's true is the favourite show of the North Korean generals, those who are still alive and not executed by Kim Jong UN. Most of you don't watch this because they have no ratings. We have more subscribers. I shouldn't even say this. On blaze TV, formerly crtv, including Levin, TV then they have yours. In the morning. Think about that. So why are they on the air? They don't produce ratings there on the air, ladies and gentlemen, because they produce a political viewpoint and rhetoric and tone. At the producers, the directors and the executives want. This guy is a demagogue the show is a propaganda mill. Day in and day out the same thing. And then, of course, the morning schmo likes to pray certain individuals at FOX. When they attack the President's XI. That's a real reporter. Yeah. Like we need. Joe Scarborough, his stamp of approval, his his character testimony. He has no character. He's a fraud. Absolute. So when you bring a guy like this on Heilmann who adds nothing. And I've decided what the problem is here. In addition to you know, obviously, the the the left wing ISM and all the rest of the problem here, folks. And I mean this. Is the twenty four seven clock. It's not that these cable networks, they don't have one hour to hour three hours. It is twenty four seven. It is reruns. And they have to fill the time. They have to try and drive their ratings some more and more. They're balkanized more more. They played a smaller. Smaller click. And they have to be more and more outrageous. One of the things I really like about FOX is when you watch Tucker Carlson or you watch Sean Hannity or you watch Laura Ingram. You know, what you're getting? They don't play pretend to be journalists. They are smart. They articulate they have a point of view, whether you agree with all of it or not and you understand that is a commentator. That's a commentator. That's a commentator when you look at CNN. It's all over the place. What's Don, lemon is? He knew skyer commentator. What's Chris Cuomo news commentators done? Both. What's Jake tapper news, skyer commentator Cammarata? She news guy a gallery commentary. I'm quite serious. Look at MSNBC. Same thing. Same thing. You can't tell. Now, the news people on all the cable shows. Not all of them. Look some you may not like Chris Wallace. But you have to admit he's a news guy. And to the shock of many of you while I don't agree with them. All the time actually do like the guy. I don't mean personally, and he's an old time news guy. My favorite is Bret Baier, quite frankly. He gives you the news. I don't really know what it's opinion as he gives you the news. But who were the news people on CNN who gave you the news? Who are the news people on MSNBC who give you the news. I'm quite serious about this. So they have this twenty four seven o'clock, and when you're MSNBC and your ratings are really tanking especially in the morning schmo. All day long. You have to really dig at the by you have to say to your Booker. Who's usually thirteen years old? You have to say to your Booker. Okay. Who's out there who will come on our show at six thirty in the morning would know ratings John Higham, and he's always good Heilmann. He's always good. So there is John Heilemann Steve Schmidt a doorknob. And he's always here. Always looks like he's sitting on a cucumber. But it doesn't matter. He'll spew. Hey, we like him. So that's how they get on. And over at CNN. They have a usual conga line of freaks, and fools like this Anna Navarra, she pretends to do her nails. Let me tell you something. This woman knew full well what she was gonna do. She's like a d actor and she comes on their basically spews the same poison every time. And pretends to be a Republican. Just so she can what she doesn't understand is how she's being disrespected stereotype, and she's a foil should understand that. 'cause she's too stupid..

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"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:15 min | 3 years ago

"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on KTOK

"Would say, well, that's the guy who runs the hunter. That's the guy who runs the dictatorship. And by the way, the one in the back. Right, right. That's not a parrot. That's maker, right? Right. Go ahead. His instituting martial law in the streets because his regime is crumbling. That's what we've seen this before. And that's what you'd be signing. Let let's stop. Let's stop no responsible. News organization would keep this guy on the air. She's not a hunter. It's not martial law. It's none of those things. Obviously. It's not the FDR administration. It's not the Woodrow Wilson administration. These are statements that are made by a buffoon who is unencumbered with any facts or information. Any facts are information, and they won't get it on the morning schmo show, which of course, as I've said before, and it's true is the favourite show of the North Korean generals, those who are still alive and not executed by Kim Jong UN. Now, most of you don't watch this because they have no ratings. We have more subscribers. I shouldn't even say this. On blaze TV, formerly crtv, including levintv, then they have viewers in the morning. Think about that. So why are they on the air? They don't produce ratings there on the air, ladies and gentlemen, because they produce a political viewpoint and rhetoric and tone. At the producers the directors in the executives want. This guy is a demagogue the show is it propaganda. Mill. Day in and day out the same thing. And then, of course, the morning schmo likes to pray certain individuals at FOX. When they attack the President's XI. That's a real reporter. Yeah. Like we need. Joe Scarborough, his stamp of approval, his his character testimony. He has no character. He's a fraud. Absolute. So when you bring a guy like this on Heilmann who has nothing. And I've decided what the problem is here. In addition to you know, obviously, the the left wing, isn't and all the rest of the problem here, folks. And I mean this. Is the twenty four seven o'clock. It's not that these cable networks. They don't have one hour to hour. Three hours is twenty four seven. It is reruns. And they have to fill the time. They have to try and drive the ratings some more and more. They're balkanized more more. They played a smaller. Smaller click. And they have to be more and more outrageous. One of the things I really like about FOX is when you watch Tucker Carlson or you watch Sean Hannity or you watch Laura Ingram. You know, what you're getting? They don't play pretend to be journalists. They are smart. They articulate they have a point of view, whether you agree with all of it or not and you understand that is a commentator. That's a commentator. That's a commentator when you look at CNN. It's all over the place. What's Don, lemon is? He knew skyer commentator. What's Chris Cuomo news commentators done? Both. What's Jake tapper news, skyer commentator Cammarata? She a news guy a gallery commentary. I'm quite serious. Look at MSNBC. Same thing. Same thing. You can't tell. Now, the news people on all the cable shows. Not all of them. Look some you may not like Chris Wallace. But you have to meet he's a news guy. And to the shock of many of you while I don't agree with them. All the time actually do like the guy. I don't personally he's an old time news guy. My favorite is Bret Baier, quite frankly. He gives you the news. I don't really know what its opinion as he gives you the news. But who are the news people on CNN who gives you the news who are the news people in MSNBC who gave you the news. I'm quite serious about this. So they have this twenty four seven o'clock, and when you're MSNBC and your ratings are really tanking especially in the morning schmo. All day long. You have to really dig at the by yet to say to your Booker. Who's usually thirteen years old? You have to say to your Booker. Okay. Who's out there who will come on our show at six thirty in the morning would know ratings John Higham, and he's always good Heideman. As always good. So there he is John Heilemann. Steve Schmidt dumb as.

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"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:48 min | 3 years ago

"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on WTVN

"You'd be signing. Let let's stop. Stop no responsible. News organization would keep this guy on the air. It's not a hunter. It's not martial law. None of those things, obviously. It's not the FDR administration. It's not the Woodrow Wilson administration. These are statements that are made by a buffoon who is uninsured with any facts or information. Any facts or information, and they won't get it on the morning schmo show, which of course, as I've said before, and it's true is the favourite show of the North Korean generals those who are still alive and not executed by Kim Jong on. Now, most of you don't watch this because they have no ratings. We have more subscribers. I shouldn't even say this. On blaze TV, formerly crtv, including Levin, TV then they have viewers in the morning. Think about that. So why are they on the air? They don't produce ratings there on the air, ladies and gentlemen, because they produce a political viewpoint and rhetoric and tone. At the producers, the directors and the executives want. This guy is a demagogue the show is a propaganda mill. Day in and day out the same thing. And then, of course, the morning schmo likes to pray certain individuals at FOX. When they attack the President's XI. That's a real reporter. Yeah. Like we need. Joe Scarborough, his stamp of approval, his his character testimony. He has no character. He's a fraud. Absolute. So when you bring a guy like this on Heilmann who adds nothing. And I've decided what the problem is here. In addition to you know, obviously, the the the left wing ISM and all the rest of the problem here, folks. I mean this. Is the twenty four seven o'clock. It's not that these cable networks have one hour, two hours three hours. It is twenty four seven it is reruns. And they have to fill the time. They have to try and drive their ratings some more and more. They're balkanized more more. They played a smaller and smaller click. And they have to be more and more outrageous. One of the things I really like about FOX is when you watch Tucker Carlson or you watch Sean Hannity or you watch Laura Ingram. You know, what you're getting? They don't play pretend to be journalists. They are smart. They articulate they have a point of view, whether you agree with all of it or not and you understand that is a commentator. That's a commentator. That's a commentator when you look at CNN. It's all over the place. What's Don, lemon is? He knew skyer commentator. What's Chris Cuomo news commentators done both what Jake tapper news commentator Cammarata? She a news guy a gallery commentary on quite serious. Look at MSNBC. Same thing. Same thing. You can't tell. Now, the news people on all the cable shows. Not all of them. Some you may not like Chris Wallace. But you have to meet he's a news guy. And to the shock of many of you while I don't agree with them. All the time actually do like the guy. I don't mean personally. He's an old time news guy. My favorite is Bret Baier, quite frankly. He gives you the news. I don't really know what its opinion as he gives you the news. But who are the news people on CNN who gives you the news who are the news people on MSNBC who gives you the news. I'm quite serious about this. So they had this twenty four seven o'clock, and when you're MSNBC and your ratings are really tanking especially in the morning schmo. All day long. You have to really dig at the by you have to say to your Booker. Who's usually thirteen years old? You have to say to your Booker. Okay. Who's out there who will come on our show at six thirty in the morning would know ratings John Higham, and he's always good Heilmann. As always good. So there he is John Holloman. Steve Schmidt dumb as a doorknob. But he's always here. Always looks like he's sitting on a cucumber. But it doesn't matter. He'll spew. Hey, we like him. So that's how they get on. And over at CNN. They have a usual conga line of freaks, and fools like this anivers- era. She pretends to do her nails. Let me tell you something. This woman knew full well what she was gonna do. She's like a d actor and she comes on their basically spews the same poison every time. And pretends to be a Republican. Just so she can what she doesn't understand is how she's being disrespected stereotype, and she's a foil. She doesn't understand that. Because she's too stupid. I'll be right back..

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"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

06:12 min | 3 years ago

"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"By the way, the one in the back. Hey, hey, right. That's not a parrot. That's maker, right? Right. Go ahead. Shooting instituting martial law in the streets because his regime is crumbling. That's what we've seen this before. And that's what you'd be signing. Let let's stop. That stop no responsible. News organization would keep this guy on the air tonight. A hunt. It's not martial law. It's none of those things. Obviously. It's not the FDR administration. It's not the Woodrow Wilson administration. These are statements had been made by buffoon who is unencumbered with any facts or information. Any facts or information, and they won't get it on the morning schmo show, which of course, as I've said before, and it's true is the favourite show of the North Korean generals, those who are still alive and not executed by Kim Jong UN. Now, most of you don't watch this because they have no ratings. We have more subscribers. I shouldn't even say this. On blaze TV, formerly crtv, including Levin, TV then they have yours. In the morning. Think about that. So why are they on the air? They don't produce ratings there on the air, ladies and gentlemen, because they produce a political viewpoint and rhetoric and tone. At the producers, the directors and the executives want. This guy is a demagogue the show is a propaganda mill. Day in and day out the same thing. And then, of course, the morning schmo likes to pray certain individuals at FOX. When they attack the president. And she that's a real report. Yeah. Like, we need just Scarborough, his stamp of approval, his his character testimony. He has no character. He's a fraud. Absolute. So when you bring a guy like this on Heilmann who has nothing. And I've decided what the problem is here. In addition to you know, obviously, the the left wing, isn't and all the rest of the problem here, folks. And I mean this. Is the twenty four seven o'clock. It's not that these cable networks they have one hour to hour three hours. It is twenty four seven. It is reruns. And they have to fill the time. They have to try and drive the ratings some more and more. They're balkanized more more. They played a smaller. Smaller click. And they have to be more and more outrageous. One of the things I really like about FOX is when you watch Tucker Carlson or you watch Sean Hannity or you watch Laura Ingram. You know, what you're getting? They don't play pretend to be journalists. They are smart. They articulate they have a point of view, whether you agree with all of it or not and you understand that is a commentator. That's a commentator. That's a commentator when you look at CNN. It's all over the place. What's Don, lemon is? He knew skyer commentator. What's Chris Cuomo news commentators done? Both. What's Jake tapper news, Geyer commentator Cammarata? She a news guy a gallery comments and quite serious. Look at MSNBC. Same thing. Same thing. You can't tell. Now, the news people on all the cable shows. Not all of them. Look some you may not like Chris Wallace. But you have to admit he's a news guy. And to the shock of many of you while I don't agree with them. All the time actually do like the guy. I don't mean personally. He's an old time news guy. My favorite is Bret Baier, quite frankly. He gives you the news. I don't really know what its opinion as he gives you the news. But who were the news people on CNN who gives you the news who are the news people on MSNBC who give you the news. I'm quite serious about this. So they have this twenty four seven o'clock, and when you're MSNBC and your ratings are really tanking especially in the morning schmo. All day long. You have to really dig at the by yet to say to your Booker who's usually thirteen years old yet to say to your Booker. Okay. Who's out there who will come on our show at six thirty in the morning would know ratings John Higham, and he's always good Heilmann. As always good. So there he is John Heilemann Steve Schmidt as a doorknob. But he's always here. Always looks like he's sitting on a cucumber. But it doesn't matter. He'll spew. Hey, we like him. So that's how they get on. Over at CNN. They have a usual conga line of freaks, and fools like this Anna Navarra, she pretends to do her nails. Let me tell you something. This woman knew full well what she was gonna do. She's like a d actor and she comes on their basically spews the same poison every time. And pretends to be a Republican. Just so she can what she doesn't understand is how she's being disrespected stereotypes. And she's a foil. She doesn't understand that. 'cause she's too stupid. I'll be right back. Mm-hmm. There's.

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"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:08 min | 3 years ago

"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That's the guy who runs the that's the guy who runs the dictatorship. And by the way, the one in the back. Hey, right, right. That's not a parrot. That's maker, right? Right. Go ahead. Shooting is instituting martial law in the stress because his regime is crumbling. That's where we've seen this before. And that's what you beside. Let's let let's stop. Stop no responsible. News organization would keep this guy on the air. It's not a hunter. It's not martial law. It's none of those things. Obviously. It's not the FDR administration. It's not the Woodrow Wilson administration. These are statements that are made by a buffoon who is unin with any facts or information. Any facts or information, and they won't get it on the morning schmo show, which of course, as I've said before, and it's true is the favourite show of the North Korean generals, those who are still alive and not executed by Kim Jong UN. Now, most don't watch this because they have no ratings. We have more subscribers. I shouldn't even say this. On blaze TV, formerly crtv, including Levin, TV then they have yours. In the morning. Think about that. So why are they on the air? They don't produce ratings there on the air, ladies and gentlemen, because they produce a political viewpoint and rhetoric and tone. That the producers the directors and the executives want. This guy is a demagogue the show is it propaganda. Mill. Day in and day out the same thing. And then, of course, the morning schmo likes to pray certain individuals at FOX. When they attacked the president. And she that's a real report. Yeah. Like we need. Joe Scarborough, his stamp of approval, his his character testimony. He has no character. He's a fraud. Absolute fra. So when you bring a guy like this on Heilmann who adds nothing. And I've decided what the problem is here. In addition to you know, obviously, the the the left wing ISM and all the rest of the problem here, folks. And I mean this. Is the twenty four seven clock. It's not that these cable networks, they don't have one hour to hour three hours. It is twenty four seven. It is reruns. And they have to fill the time. They have to try and drive their ratings, some more and more balkanized more more. They played a smaller. Smaller click. And they have to be more and more outrageous. One of the things I really like about FOX is when you watch Tucker Carlson or you watch Sean Hannity or you watch Laura Ingram. You know, what you're getting? They don't play pretend to be journalists. They are smart. They articulate they have a point of view, whether you agree with all of it or not and you understand that is a commentator. That's a commentator. That's commentator when you look at CNN. It's all over the place. What's Don, lemon is? He knew skyer commentator. What's Chris Cuomo news commentators done? Both. What's Jake tapper news, skyer commentator Cammarata? She a news guy a gallery commentary. I'm quite serious. Look at MSNBC. Same thing. Same thing. You can't tell. Now, the news people on all the cable shows. Not all of them. Some you may not like Chris Wallace. But you have to mid he's a news guy. And to the shock of many of you while I don't agree with them. All the time actually do like the guy. I don't mean personally. He's an old time news guy. My favorite is Bret Baier, quite frankly. He gives you the news. I don't really know what its opinion as he gives you the news. But who are the news people on CNN who gives you the news who are the news people on MSNBC who gave you the news. I'm quite serious about this. So they had this twenty four seven o'clock, and when you're MSNBC and your ratings are really tanking especially in the morning schmo. All day long. You have to really dig at the by you have to say to your Booker. Who's usually thirteen years old? You have to say to your Booker. Okay. Who's out there who will come on our show at six thirty in the morning would know ratings John Higham, and he's always good high oven. As always good. So there he is John Holloman Steve Schmidt Damas adorn up. And he's always here. Always looks like he's sitting on a cucumber. But it doesn't matter. He'll spew. Hey, we like him. So that's how they get on. Over at CNN. They have a usual conga line of freaks, and fools like this Anna Navarra, she pretends to do her nails. Let me tell you something. This woman knew full well what she was gonna do. She's like a d actor and she comes on their basically spews the same poison every time. And pretends to be Republican. Just so she can what she doesn't understand is how she's being disrespected stereotype, and she's a foil. She doesn't understand that. 'cause she's too stupid. I'll be right back..

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"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:11 min | 3 years ago

"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on 600 WREC

"That's the guy who runs the junta. That's the guy who runs the dictatorship. And by the way, the one in the back. Hey, hey, right. That's not a parrot. That's maker, right? Right. Go ahead. Instituting instituting martial law in the strengths because his regime is crumbling. That's what we've seen this before. And that's what you'd be. Let's let let's stop. That stop no responsible. News organization would keep this guy on the air. It's not a hunter. It's not martial law. It's none of those things. Obviously. It's not the FDR administration. It's not the Woodrow Wilson administration. These are statements that are made by a buffoon who is uninsured with any facts are information. Any facts or information, and they won't get it on the morning schmo show, which of course, as I've said before, and it's true is the favourite show of the North Korean generals those who are still alive and not executed by Kim Jong on. Now, most of you don't watch this because they have no ratings. We have more subscribers. I shouldn't even say this. On blaze TV, formerly crtv, including Levin, TV then they have viewers in the morning. Think about that. So why are they on the air? They don't produce ratings there on the air, ladies and gentlemen, because they produce a political viewpoint and rhetoric and tone. At the producers, the directors and the executives want. This guy is a demagogue the show is a propaganda mill. Day in and day out the same thing. And then, of course, the morning schmo likes to pray certain individuals at FOX. When they attacked the president's. And that's a real report. Yeah. Like we need. Joe Scarborough, his stamp of approval, his his character testimony. He has no character. He's a fraud. Absolute. So when you bring a guy like this on Heilmann who adds nothing. And I've decided what the problem is here. In addition to you know, obviously, the the the left wing, isn't and all the rest of the problem here, folks. And I mean this. Is the twenty four seven o'clock. It's not that these cable networks have one hour to hour three hours. It is twenty four seven. It is reruns. And they have to fill the time. They have to try and drive the ratings some more and more. They're balkanized more more. They played a smaller. Smaller click. And they have to be more and more outrageous. One of the things I really like about FOX is when you watch Tucker Carlson or you watch Sean Hannity or you watch Laura Ingram. You know, what you're getting? They don't play pretend to be journalists. They are smart. They articulate they have a point of view, whether you agree with all of it or not and you understand that is a commentator. That's a commentator. That's a commentator when you look at CNN. It's all over the place. What's Don, lemon is? He knew skyer commentator. What's Chris Cuomo news commentators done both what Jake tapper news commentator Cammarata? She a news guy a gallery commentary. I'm quite serious. Look at MSNBC. Same thing. Same thing. You can't tell. Now, the news people on all the cable shows. Not all of them. Look some you may not like Chris Wallace. But you have to admit he's a news guy. And to the shock of many of you while I don't agree with them. All the time. I actually do like the guy. I don't mean personally. He's an old time news guy. My favorite is Bret Baier, quite frankly. He gives you the news. I don't really know what its opinion as he gives you the news. But who are the news people on CNN who gives you the news. Who are the news people on MSNBC who give you the news. I'm quite serious about this. So they have this twenty four seven o'clock, and when you're MSNBC and your ratings are really tanking especially in the morning schmo. All day long. You have to really dig at the by yet to say to your Booker. Who's usually thirteen years old? You have to say to your Booker. Okay. Who's out there who will come on our show at six thirty in the morning would know ratings John? Hi, and he's always good Heilmann. As always good. So there is John Holloman Steve Schmidt Damas doorknob. And he's always here. Always looks like he's sitting on a cucumber. But it doesn't matter. Heels spew. Hey, we like him. So that's how they get on. And over at CNN. They have a usual conga line of freaks, and fools like this Ana Navarro, she pretends to let me tell you something. This woman knew full well what she was gonna do. She's like a d actor and she comes on their basically spews the same poison every time. And pretends to be Republican. Just so she can what she doesn't understand is how she's being disrespected stereotyped, and she's a foil. She doesn't understand that. 'cause she's too stupid. I'll be right back. Mark levin..

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"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:05 min | 3 years ago

"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on KTRH

"The one in the back. Hey, right. That's not a parrot. That's maker, right? Right. Go ahead. Instituting instituting martial law in the strength because his regime is crumbling. That's what we've seen this before. And that's what you'd be signing. Let's let's stop. That stop no responsible. News organization would keep this guy on the air. It's not it's not martial law. None of those things, obviously. It's not the FDR administration. It's not the Woodrow Wilson administration. These are statements that are made by a buffoon who is unencumbered with any facts or information. Any facts or information, and they won't get it on the morning schmo show, which of course, as I've said before, and it's true is the favourite show of the North Korean generals, those who are still alive and not executed by Kim Jong UN. Most of you don't watch this because they have no ratings. We have more subscribers. I shouldn't even say this. On blaze TV, formerly crtv, including Levin, TV then they have yours. In the morning. Think about that. So why are they on the air? They don't produce ratings there on the air, ladies and gentlemen, because they produce a political viewpoint and rhetoric and tone. At the producers the directors in the executives want. This guy is a demagogue the show is a propaganda mill. Day in and day out the same thing. And then, of course, the morning schmo likes to pray certain individuals at FOX. When they attacked the President's XI. That's a real reporter. Yeah. Like we need. Joe Scarborough, his stamp of approval, his his character testimony. He has no character. He's a fraud. Absolute. So when you bring a guy like this on Heilmann who has nothing. And I've decided what the problem is here. In addition to you know, obviously, the the left wing ISM and all the rest of the problem here, folks. And I mean this. Is the twenty four seven o'clock. It's not that these cable networks. They don't have one hour to hour. Three hours is twenty four seven. It is reruns. And they have to fill the time. They have to try and drive their ratings some more and more. They're balkanized more more. They played a smaller. Smaller click. And they have to be more and more outrageous. One of the things I really like about FOX is when you watch Tucker Carlson or you watch Sean Hannity or you watch Laura Ingram. You know, what you're getting? They don't play pretend to be journalists. They are smart. They articulate they have a point of view, whether you agree with all of it or not and you understand that is a commentator. That's a commentator. That's a commentator when you look at CNN. It's all over the place. What's Don, lemon is? He knew skyer commentator. What's Chris Cuomo news commentators done? Both. What's Jake tapper news, Geyer commentator Cammarata? She news guy a gallery commentary on quite serious. Look at MSNBC. Same thing. Same thing. You can't tell. Now, the news people on all the cable shows. Not all of them. Look some you may not like Chris Wallace. But you have to admit he's a news guy. And to the shock of many of you while I don't agree with them. All the time actually do like the guy. I don't mean personally. He's an old time news guy. My favorite is Bret Baier, quite frankly. He gives you the news. I don't really know what its opinion as he gives you the news. But who are the news people on CNN who gave you the news? Who are the news people on MSNBC who gave you the news. I'm quite serious about this. So they had this twenty four seven o'clock, and when you're MSNBC and your ratings are really tanking especially in the morning schmo. All day long. You have to really dig at the by yet to say to your Booker. Who's usually thirteen years old? You have to say to your Booker. Okay. Who's out there who will come on our show at six thirty in the morning would know ratings John Higham, and he's always good Heilmann. As always good. So there he is John Holloman Steve Schmidt Damas doorknob at he's always here. Always looks like he's sitting on a cucumber. But it doesn't matter. He'll spew. Hey, we like him. So that's how they get on. Over at CNN. They have a usual conga line of freaks, and fools like this Ana Navarro, she pretends to do Anez. Let me tell you something. This woman knew full well what she was gonna do. She's like a d actor and she comes on their basically spews the same poison every time. And pretends to be a Republican. Just so she can what she doesn't understand is how she's being disrespected stereotypes. And she's a foil. She doesn't understand that. Because she's too stupid. I'll be right back. Mark levin..

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"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:08 min | 3 years ago

"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on KTOK

"Executive invoking a totally made up national emergency in order to actually try to solve a political emergency. And in that case in this context, divert resources invoke this national emergency and potentially be deploying the military in its service. You are seeing the actions of an autocrat that is that is the behavior that if you saw a third world country, and you would have in many third world countries. You would say, well, that's the guy who runs the hunter. That's the guy who runs the dictatorship. And by the way, the one in the back. Hey, right, right. That's not a parrot. That's maker, right? Right. Go ahead. Shooting instituting martial law in the streets because his regime is crumbling. That's what we've seen this before. And that's what you be IRA. Let's let let's stop. Let's stop no responsible. News organization would keep this guy on the air. It's not a hunter. It's not martial law. It's none of those things. Obviously. It's not the FDR administration. It's not the Woodrow Wilson administration. These are statements that are made by buffoon who is in concord with any facts or information. Any facts are information, and they won't get it on the morning schmo show, which of course, as I've said before, and it's true is the favourite show of the North Korean generals, those who are still alive and not executed by Kim Jong UN. Now, most of you don't watch this because they have no ratings. We have more subscribers. I shouldn't even say this. On blaze TV, formerly crtv, including Levin, TV then they have viewers in the morning. Think about that. So why are they on the air? They don't produce ratings there on the air, ladies and gentlemen, because they produce a political viewpoint and rhetoric and tone. At the producers the directors in the executives want. This guy is a demagogue the show is a propaganda mill. Day in and day out the same thing. And then, of course, the morning schmo likes to pray certain individuals at FOX. When they attacked the President's XI. That's a real reported. Yeah. Like we need. Joe Scarborough, his stamp of approval, his his character testimony. He has no character. He's a fraud. Absolute. So when you bring a guy like this on Heilmann who has nothing. And I've decided what the problem is here. In addition to you know, obviously, the the the left wing ISM and all the rest of the problem here, folks. And I mean this. Is the twenty four seven o'clock. It's not that these cable networks. They don't have one hour to hour. Three hours is twenty four seven. It is reruns. And they have to fill the time. They have to try and drive the ratings some more and more. They're balkanized more more. They played a smaller. Smaller click. And they have to be more and more outrageous. One of the things I really like about fucks is when you watch Tucker Carlson or you watch Sean Hannity or you watch Laura Ingram. You know, what you're getting? They don't play pretend to be journalists. They are smart. They articulate they have a point of view, whether you agree with all of it or not and you understand that is a commentator. That's a commentator. That's a commentator when you look at CNN. It's all over the place. What's Don, lemon is? He knew skyer commentator. What's Chris Cuomo news commentators done both what Jake tapper news commentator Cammarata? She a news guy a gallery commentary. I'm quite serious. Look at MSNBC. Same thing. Same thing. You can't tell. Now, the news people on all the cable shows. Not all of them. Some you may not like Chris Wallace. But you have to admit he's a news guy. And to the shock of many of you while I don't agree with them. All the time actually do like the guy. I don't need personally. He's an old time news guy. My favorite is Bret Baier, quite frankly. He gives you the news. I don't really know what his opinion as he gives you the news. But who are the news people on CNN who gives you the news who are the news people in MSNBC who give you the news. I'm quite serious about this. So they had this twenty four seven o'clock, and when you're MSNBC and your ratings are really tanking especially in the morning schmo. All day long. You have to really dig at the by you have to say to your Booker. Who's usually thirteen years old? You have to say to your Booker. Okay. Who's out there who will come on our show at six thirty in the morning would know ratings John Higham, and he's always good Heideman. As always good. So there he is John Holloman Steve Schmidt Damas a doorknob. And he's always here. Always looks like he's sitting on a cucumber. But it doesn't matter. He'll spew hate. We like him. So that's how they get on. Over at CNN. They have a usual conga line of freaks, and fools like this Anna Navarra, she pretends to do her nails. Let me tell you something. This woman knew full well what she was gonna do. She's like a d actor and she comes on their basically spews the same poison every time. And pretends to be a Republican. Just so she can what she doesn't understand is how she's being disrespected stereotyped, and she's a foil. She doesn't understand that. 'cause she's too stupid. I'll be right back. Mark levin. There are a lot of kids in this country. Who didn't have a parent at their baseball games or recitals because their parents were serving in faraway places. But now their parents are coming home from battle some with wounds, you can see and some with wounds, you can't see like post traumatic stress disorder everyday wounded warrior project. Assists, wounded warriors and their families with the warriors.

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"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The way, the one in the back, right? That's not a parrot. That's right. Right. Go ahead. Martial law in the strengths because his regime is crumbling. That's what we've seen this before. And that's what you'd be. Let's let let's stop. That stop no responsible. News organization would keep this guy on the air. Not a hunter snot martial law. It's none of those things. Obviously. It's not the FDR administration. It's not the Woodrow Wilson administration. These are statements are made by a buffoon who is unencumbered with any facts are information. Any facts or information, and they won't get it on the morning schmo show, which of course, as I've said before, and it's true is the favourite show of the North Korean generals, those who are still alive and not executed by Kim Jong UN. Now, most of you don't watch this because they have no ratings. We have more subscribers. I shouldn't even say this. On blaze TV, formerly crtv, including Levin, TV viewers in the morning. Think about that. So why are they on the air? They don't produce ratings there on the air, ladies and gentlemen, because they produce a political viewpoint and rhetoric and tone. At the producers, directors and the executives want. This guy is a demagogue this show is it propaganda. Mill. Day in and day out the same thing. And then, of course, the morning schmo likes to pray certain individuals at FOX. When they attack the President's XI. That's a real reporter. Yeah. Like we need. Joe Scarborough, his stamp of approval, his his character testimony. He has no character. He's a fraud. Absolute. So when you bring a guy like this on Heilmann who adds nothing. And I've decided what the problem is here. In addition to you know, obviously, the left wing, isn't and all the rest of the problem here, folks. And I mean this. Is the twenty four seven clock. It's not that these cable networks, they don't have one hour to hour three hours. It is twenty four seven. It is reruns. And they have to fill the time. They have to try and drive their ratings some more more. They're balkanized more more. They played a smaller. Smaller click. They have to be more and more outrageous. One of the things I really like about FOX is when you watch Tucker Carlson or you watch Sean Hannity or you watch Laura Ingram. You know, what you're getting? They don't play pretend to be journalists. They are smart. They articulate they have a point of view, whether you agree with all of it or not and you understand that is a commentator. That's a commentator. That's a commentator when you look at CNN. It's all over the place. What's Don, lemon is he news commentator? What's Chris Cuomo news commentators done? Both. What's Jake tapper news commentator Cammarata? She news guy a gallery commentary. I'm quite serious. Look at MSNBC. Same thing. Same thing. You can't tell. Now, the news people on all the cable shows. Not all of them. Some you may not like Chris Wallace. But you have to admit he's a news guy. To the shock of many of you while I don't agree with them. All the time. I actually do like the guy. I don't mean personally. He's an old time news guy. My favorite is Bret Baier, quite frankly. He gives you the news. I don't really know what its opinion as he gives you the news. But who are the news people on CNN who gives you the news. Who are the news people on MSNBC who give you the news. I'm quite serious about this. So they have this twenty four seven o'clock, and when you're MSNBC and your ratings are really tanking especially in the morning schmo. All day long. You have to really dig at the by yet to say to your Booker who's usually thirteen years old yet to say to your Booker. Okay. Who's out there who will come on our show at six thirty in the morning would know ratings John? Hi. And he's always good. As always good. So there he is John Hyon. Steve Schmidt dumb as a.

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"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

05:42 min | 3 years ago

"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Pumpkin seeds hemp seeds. Soybeans winter squash and ground oregano or the other good sources, the body functions. Best when you eat a four to one ratio of a mega six and a mega threes fat. It's good for you. Back on think America with Terry. Gilbert Bryson, what did you think of the interview on the athletic prowess of the students in college, and they're not paid their do worth or value is Corey Jackson just said it was good to get things from a person who has been in that kind of situations perspective, but I do feel that the education that student athletes get while they're attending college is a good trade off for the time that they spend doing their student athlete duties as. What of Martina your thoughts? Speaking a college. Professor, I would agree with what Corey said universities. Do not spend enough time helping with career issues with athletes, and there is a quite a bit of an investment of time with the athletes. Concentrating on their athletic ability, rather than scholarship. So what is the school for is that for academics? Or is it for sports? I think it comes down to that. This issue isn't leaving. I'm glad we got him on the air. Let's switch gears though, guys. There's an old saying that says the bureaucracy always wins the bureaucracy always wins, it appears true with corporations and with federal agencies. The for example, can call a mudhole the waters of the United States. And if they make rules about the mudhole, they are the arbitrator of win that law or that rule about the mudhole is broken. Even the president is not immune from agency interpretations. So the agencies themselves or these bureaucracies at the federal level create the rules without any public. Input without input of a court. When cases go to court, the court goes back to the agency and says, well, you have a regulation on it. Therefore, they're the arbiter and not the court and not the public Martina your take. You know, it's a concept of who regulates the regulators, and it's the regulators to regulate the regulators. So it's that's the definition of bureaucracy. And this happened to a friend of mine that owns a ranch in Colorado, they deemed a waterhole out in the backyard as a wetland and under the auspices of the EPA, it's ridiculous. I really feel like they operate on the understanding that they're only accountable to themselves. And so they don't really seem to be bothered by how their actions affect the people around them. They only go by their rules, and they'll play by them when they so choose there are several cases on this which has fueled a growth explosive growth, even in the power of executive branch agencies to be the judge the jury and punishment to those who break their laws. They don't. Monitor for themselves. They're this large executive branch estate if you will with EPA just being one example, but there's other branches of this. They have some freedom control. All started kind of back in the Woodrow Wilson administration. But then rulings at the supreme court seem to bolster up the largess of the administrative state. Now, there is a case called Kaiser and Wilkie it's a veteran's benefit case, and it involves a marine seeking retroactive benefits for his PTSD, and it hinges on the V A's interpretation of one word and the word is relevant. Whether something was relevant in playable federal regulations is what this case hinged on in the man's petition for the supreme court review. He submitted two questions for the for the court. And the court agreed to review whether the court should rule prior overrule prior cases at or not. So at all got into the woods spry Bryson, the VA interpreted for their part its own regulation in Kaiser that the documents on his PT SD were not relevant to a prior request that he had and therefore he took it all the way supreme court now he might win. But it's all this kind of micro managing of their own offices their own bureaucracy. And in this case he could win he could not win. But it hinges on PTSD treatments and help for this particular. A vet? How do you look at all of that? Don't you think it's high time that the supreme court really take this case, and sort of overthrow all these back other cases and be a the judge over the administrative state. This was probably the most interesting cases that this room court is focused on in quite a while because this one if they ruled in favor of Kaiser, it could definitely shakeup foundation of how many of the executive bureaucracies function and how they operate because it takes a.

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"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Job. A lot of businesses gone when we have boats. Call vote favorite tend to be of a Senate chamber is when there's a vote may have fifteen minutes to vote the bills go up, and they start pouring in that period has been described as a cocktail party without cocktails Mr. Cruz stir Durban harassed Mr. hatch, Mr. Nelson. Mr. Rubio, Mr. Sanders, Mr. Schumer, the Senate floor is a very useful place to get a whole lot done your face to face with everyone. That's a great place to just do business. You have to go on over the floor. It's all done orally. Unlike the house where they put a car down the road, although of good, Tom talk to colleagues to do business. A lot of that on across the aisle to the origin of the majority leader physician. It's a little murky, but it kind of began to develop during Woodrow Wilson's administration the nine hundred thirteen when Woodrow Wilson became president. He had a PHD in. History and political science yet a lot of ideas about how government should be run. So he suggested that the leaders of the Democratic Party that they appoint a leader to be on the floor to represent him and his programs. They turn was a junior member who is well known nationally because he'd run for vice president and his name was John worth Kern from Indiana. And so Kern took that front row center seat that sat at ever since. So democratic leaders. Senator percents occupied as the leader of his party, the official title majority leader doesn't come around until the nineteen twenties. But really a current is doing the types of things opening things up. Introducing legislation calling bills up the calendar. That majority leaders have come to do when the Republicans came into office. They did the same thing. With Henry capitalized majority, and minority leaders had descendants had become very visible. Actors in the Senate where the power of is now, of course, greater there's always the majority leader, the minority leader, the majority leader's the only person that can bring a Bill to the floor. So that's a very powerful position to be an even if you dope successfully achieve your goal. You do successfully guide what what's possible, and what's likely to be talked about there's almost nothing in the rules of the Senate that give particular powers to the majority leader or the minority leader almost everything that they have come through the precedence rather than the rules Lyndon Johnson used to say that his chief power was the power persuasion. And a lot of what you have to do is what we call retail politics. You have to sit down one by one with all those senators to figure out what it is what they want and how you can get on board. We've had a lot of. Duets and senators through the years who've managed to do walk through that morning failed and come out with a very good record, the working relationship between Mansfield and Dirksen as they work their way through to build coalitions from the two parties in order to pass legislation to get nominations approved. It's almost like a masterclass of how leadership works in the Senate Trent Lott and Tom Daschle. They had some very difficult issues in yet. They maintained a really strong bond, and the strong friendship and again open lines of communication. They went through the Clinton impeachment trial together, they went through nine eleven and the anthrax attack on Capitol Hill together. And if you read the memoirs of both men, they both talk about how important that relationship was to to them during their leadership time, you certainly can have leadership teams that can be very effective. It's not easy. It's not an easy process, but they somehow have to find a way to work together. And it's a tremendous challenge. In January two thousand one the Senate, and it's leaders faced unprecedented challenges. Please come to order in the two thousand election. The result of the election was a Senate tied at fifty fifty marking the first time in Senate history that a fifty fifty split occurs. Democrat Tom Daschle majority leader for seventeen days until a new president and vice president are inaugurated so help me God. And following the swearing in. Vice President Cheney Republican Trent Lott takes the position as the Senate changes hands. Once again, the Republicans were in control, the organized, the Senate, the Republican senators chaired the committees. And then in may, you get hints of something that's going to happen. I will leave the Republican party and become an independent. Control of the Senate. For the first time in Senate history. The Senate was reorganized again under a.

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"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Their do worth or value is Corey Jackson just said, it was good to get things from a person who has been in that kind of situations perspective, but I do feel that the education that student athletes get while they're attending college is a good trade off for the time that they spend doing their student athlete duties as. Martina your thoughts. Yeah. Speaking as a college professor, I would agree with what Corey said, universities, do not spend enough time helping with career issues with athletes, and there is a quite a bit of an investment of time with the athletes. Concentrating on their athletic ability rather than scholarships. So what is the school for is that for academics? Or is it for sports? I think it comes down to that. This issue isn't leaving. I'm glad we got him on the air. Let's switch gears though, guys. There's an old saying that says the bureaucracy always wins the bureaucracy always wins, it appears true with corporations and with federal agencies. The for example. Can call mudhole the waters of the United States. And if they make rules about the mudhole, they are the arbitrator of win that law or that rule about the mudhole is broken. Even the president is not immune from agency interpretations. So the agencies themselves or these bureaucracies at the federal level create the rules without any public input without input of a court. When cases go to court, the court goes back to the agency and says, well, you have a regulation on it. Therefore, they're the arbiter and not the court and not the public Martina your take. You know, it's a concept of who regulates the regulators, and it's the regulators to regulate the regulators. So it's that's the definition of bureaucracy. And this happened to a friend of mine that owns a ranch in Colorado. They deemed out a waterhole out in the backyard as a wetlands and under the auspices of the EPA, it's ridiculous. I really feel like they operate on the that they are only accountable to themselves. And so they don't really seem to be bothered by how their actions affect the people around them. They only go by their rules, and they'll play by them when they so choose there are several cases on this which has fueled a gross explosive growth, even in the power of executive branch agencies to be the judge the jury and punishment to those who break their laws. They don't. Monitor for themselves. They're this large executive branch estate. If you will with EPA just being one example, but there's other branches of this. They have some cream control. All started kind of back in the Woodrow Wilson administration. But then rulings at the supreme court seemed to bolster up the largess of the administrative state. Now, there is a case called Kaiser Wilkie, it's a veteran's benefit case, and it involves the marine seeking retroactive benefits or his PTSD, and it hinges on the VA's interpretation of one word and the word is relevant. Whether something was relevant in applicable federal regulations is what this case hinged on in the man's petition for the supreme court review. He submitted two questions for the for the court. And the court agreed to review whether the court should rule prior overrule prior cases or not so at all got into the woods Bri. Bryson the VA interpreted for their part its own regulation in Kaiser that the documents on his P T S D were not relevant to a prior request that he had and therefore he took it all the way the supreme court now he might win. But it's all this kind of micromanaging of their own offices their own bureaucracy. And in this case he could win he could not win, but it hinges on PTSD treatments and help for this particular event. How do you look at all of that? Don't you think it's high time that the supreme court really take this case, and sort of overthrow all these back other cases and be a the. Judge over the administrative state. This was probably one was interesting cases that this room court is focused on in quite a while because this one if they ruled in favor of Kaiser could definitely shakeup foundation of how many of the executive bureaucracies function and how they operate because it.

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05:04 min | 3 years ago

"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"A lot of businesses dawn when we have votes roll-call votes. Favorite tend to be in the Senate chamber is when there's a vote may have fifteen minutes to vote the bills go up if they start pouring in that period is described as a party without cocktails crews, stir Durban Harris, Mr. hat, Mr. Nelson. Mr. Rubio, Mr. Sanders, Mr. Schumer, the Senate floor is a very useful place to get a whole lot done your face to face with everyone. It's a great place to just do business. You have to go on over the floor. It's all done orally. Unlike the house where they put a car down the road, although a good time talk to colleagues to do business. A lot of that across the aisle to the origin of the majority leader position as a little murky, but it kind of began to develop during Woodrow Wilson's administration thousand nine hundred thirteen when Woodrow Wilson became president. He had a PHD in history and political science yet a lot of ideas about how government should be run. So he suggested to the leaders of the Democratic Party that they appoint a leader to be on the floor to represent him and his programs. They turn was a junior member who is well known nationally because you've run for vice president and his name was John worth Kern from Indiana. And so Kern took the front row center seat that regardless of sat at ever since we're democratic leaders Saturday percents and occupied it as. Leader of his party, the official title majority doesn't come around until the nineteen twenties. But really current is doing the types of things opening things up. Introducing legislation calling bills up the calendar. That majority leaders have come to do when the Republicans came into office. They did the same thing. With Henry capitalized majority, and minority leaders had become very visible. Actors in the Senate where the power is. Now, of course is in greater there's always the majority leader, the minority leader Georgy leaders, the only person that can bring a Bill to the floor. So that's a very powerful position to be even if you don't successfully achieve your goal, you do successfully guide what what's possible, and what's likely to be talked about there's almost nothing in the rules of the Senate that give the titular powers to the majority leader or the minority leader almost everything that they have come through the precedents rather than the rules Lyndon Johnson used to say that the his G was the Parakou suasion. And a lot of what you have to do is what we call retail politics. You have to sit down one by one with all those senators to figure out what it is what they want and how you get on board. We've had a lot of. Duets of senators through the years who's managed to walk through that minefield and come out with a very good record, the working relationship between Mansfield and Dirksen as they work their way through to build coalitions from the two parties in order to pass legislation to get nominations approved. It's almost like a masterclass of how leadership works in the Senate Trent Lott and Tom Daschle. They had some very difficult issues in yet. They maintained a really strong bond, and the strong friendship and again open lines of communication. They went through the Clinton impeachment trial together, they went through nine eleven and the anthrax attack on Capitol Hill together. And if you read the memoirs of both men, they both talk about how important that relationship was to to them during their leadership time, you certainly can have leadership teams that can be very effective. It's not easy. It's not an easy process, but they somehow have to find a way to work together. And it's a tremendous challenge. Wjr. In January two thousand one the Senate, and it's leaders face unprecedented challenges, please come to order in the two thousand election. The result of the election was a Senate tied at fifty fifty. Marking the first time in Senate history that a fifty fifty split occurs. Democrat Tom Daschle majority leader for seventeen days until new president and vice president are inaugurated so help me God. And following the swearing in Vice President Cheney Republican Trent Lott takes the position as this planet changes hands once again. Republicans were in control the organize the Senate Republican senators chaired the committees. And then in may, you get hints of something that's going to happen. I will be the Republican party and become an independent. Control of the Senate. For the first time in Senate history. This was reorganized again under a democratic.

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05:06 min | 3 years ago

"woodrow wilson administration" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Hard job. A lot of businesses gone when we have boats roll-call vote. Favorite time to be in the Senate chamber is when there's a vote fifteen minutes to vote the bells go off start pouring in that period has been described as a cocktail party without cocktails crews, stir Durban Harris, Mr. hat, Mr. Nelson to Rubio, Mr. Sanders, Mr. Schumer, the Senate floor is a very useful place to get a whole lot done your face to face with everyone. It's a great place to just do business. You have to go on over the floor. It's all done orally. Unlike the house where they put a car down the road votes are good time talk to colleagues to do business on across the aisle to the origin of the majority leader position is a little murky, but it kind of began to develop during Woodrow Wilson's administration the nine hundred thirteen when Woodrow Wilson became president. He had a PHD in history and political science yet a lot of ideas about our government should be run. So he suggested to the leaders of the Democratic Party that they appoint a leader to be on the floor to represent him and his programs. They turn was a junior member who is well known nationally because he'd run for vice president and his name was John worth Kern from Indiana. And so Kern took that front row center seat that regardless of sat at ever since democratic Senator percents occupied as leader of his party, the official title majority leader doesn't come around the nineteen twenties. But really a current is doing the types of things opening things up. Introducing legislation calling bills up the calendar. That majority leaders have come to do when the Republicans came into office. They did the same thing with Henry Cavill. Majority and minority leaders in the Senate had become very visible. Actors in the Senate where the power of is now, of course is in. There's always the majority leader, the minority leader, the majority leader's the only person that can bring a Bill to the floor. So that's a very powerful position to be an even if you don't successfully achieve your goal. You do successfully guide what what's possible, and what's likely to be talked about there's almost nothing in the rules of the Senate that give the titular powers to the majority leader or the minority leader almost everything that they have come through the precedence rather than the rules Lyndon Johnson used to say that his chief pharaoh was the power persuasion. And a lot of what you have to do is what we call retail politics. You have to sit down one by one with all those senators to figure out what it is what they want and how you can get them on board. We've had a lot of. Duets of senators who the years who managed to walk through that morning failed and come out with a very good record, the working relationship between Mansfield and Dirksen as they work their way through to build coalitions from the two parties in order to pass legislation to get nominations approved. It's almost like a masterclass of how leadership works in the Senate Trent Lott and Tom Daschle. They had some very difficult issues in yet. They maintained a really strong bond, strong friendship and again open lines of communication. They went through the Clinton impeachment trial together, they went through nine eleven and the anthrax attack on Capitol Hill together. And if you read the memoirs of both men, they both talk about how important that relationship was to to them during their leadership time, you certainly can had leadership teams that can be very effective. It's not easy. It's not an easy process, but they somehow have to find a way to work together. And it's a tremendous challenge. In January two thousand one the Senate, and it's leaders faced unprecedented challenges. Please come to order in the two thousand election. The result of the election was a Senate tied at fifty fifty marking the first time in Senate history that a fifty fifty split occurs. Democrat Tom Daschle majority leader for seventeen days until a new president vice president are inaugurated so help me God. And following the swearing in Vice President Cheney Republican Trent Lott takes the position as the Senate changes hands once again. Republicans were in control the organize the Senate Republican senators chaired the committees. And then in may, you get hints of something that's going to happen. I will leave the Republican party and become an independent. Control of the Senate. For the first time in Senate history. The Senate was reorganized again under a.

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