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"lord clayton" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

04:06 min | 6 months ago

"lord clayton" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"The andrew klavan show just to give you also say shape thompson so wonderful to see who fact we're back the vast right wing conspiracy known as claybon continues if you wanna be a part of it. Go on youtube. And subscribe to the andrew klavan channeled. It's where you'll get all my material new stuff that isn't on this show and all the stuff that's on this show be hopefully got from every place else before i am hanged But leave a comment and if your comment is the kind of low level material you just heard we'll read it on the air as fitting right in today. We have a comment from john. Koh who says i'm finally signing onto lord clayton's crusade to a smaller audience than cnn. We are working on it. We're working on it as we continue to tell the truth. And you know what jesus said he said. You shall know the truth and the truth shall cost you listeners. One great successes of big tech in the last election was the censoring of the hunter biden. Laptop story for no reason. Other than the fact they wanted biden to win and trump to lose the mainstream media joined by weird beard. Twitter thug jackboot. Dorsey suppressed a well source story. That suggested joe biden was expecting to cash in on his sons lifetime of influence peddling once joe left office and maybe he already had cashed in among the potential sources of cash flow is a business. That was little more than a front for the chinese communist party. According to media research center the suppression of this story may have contributed a good deal to joe. Biden's victory in the election in fact. Mrc says if more people had known about joe biden would have lost if no if They would they would have changed their mind which possibly could have changed the outcome. It should be no surprise that the big tech or well boys are encouraged by this exercise and election. Tampering an anti-american censorship. Now as we reported yesterday. Youtube is saying they will ban any suggestion. That joe biden's victory was due to fraud or regularities. Why are they doing that because they can. And because they sympathize with the left the networks have also done their best bury. The story of eric swollen his possibly dangerous liaison with chinese spy. I suppose we have to call her fong-fong but fang fang is just too much funnier. Amazing how much of this commitment to censoring right wing. Opinion helps the chinese communist and this is after years of the nba the nfl. Hollywood kowtowing to china and doing their bidding to take in that sweet sweet cash. The news toadies. Tell us that those of us who believe in american patriotism who say american. I recall a selves nationalist. We're racist because something something something but those who crawl on their bellies like beaten dogs to please the chinese. The communists who forcibly sterilized women remove and sell the organs of dissidents and put religious minorities and concentration camps. The corporations and politicians who toady up to them are somehow the good guys. This is the true face of corruption. People who have sold every value for money declaring themselves the arbiters of social justice and the right use of speech. This is the true fight of the moment is going to be the fight going into the next several years. If not decades these media companies have to be destroyed and replaced you. Don't worry about. I worry about the fact that because i'm not going out as much as i was before my driving to work every day. I worried that my car is just going to suddenly go kaput because the city in the garage too much and this is the time when you do not want that to happen because it's the holidays you wanna get out..

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"lord clayton" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

07:34 min | 7 months ago

"lord clayton" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"And daily discussions with writing specialists. Also continuing to add new features and products like the entire prager. You library which is currently being added to the website content from candace. Owens will be launching a new show early next year. Lots of stuff. We can't talk about yet but lots of stuff is coming so needless to say we're excited about this deal and you will not want to miss it. The mailbag is coming up. You will not want to miss that. Either mellberg yeah. That was good. I like art. We're gonna take a video question That i liked so. We're going to start with that one. Let's begin their greetings. Lord clayton my name is brayson and i am from canada. Land of snow bears a horrible prime minister. I recently became an all access member. And i heard you talk about how the elected turned objectify women into a bad thing now. Idol is thought of that as about things specifically when jesus said he who looks at a woman last week commits adultery within his own heart. Now i agree that it's a good thing that man like look at women but like you to kind of expand on the good side and the bad side of objectify women as a man. I still think that walsh's funnier. I love your show. Keep up the good work Look forward to your answer. Changed my life for the better. I let me just correct a factual error. Funnier that i mean it's not even that's not even close and i just i just wanna make sure we don't wanna get thrown off youtube for spreading misinformation. So i just. I know he said that that's obviously full. Okay objective line one. What i was saying on the all access was that the feminists had taken a natural human instinct. Men's Love of looking at dutiful women and they had turned it into a bad thing. Objectify women. I did not say that actually objectify women was a good thing. I said that it is a good thing. If none of us would be here if men didn't like the look at women and men did weren't sexually turned on by women that is how we all got here So i wasn't saying that objectify women was a good thing. I was saying that the feminist basically we're transforming a natural thing into a bad thing. They came up. I was talking about the way they came up with terms to make things sound bad. So for instance a police officer who knows that a black guy in a neighborhood is suspicious per se or knows that a black guy dressed in a certain way suspicious They call that racial profiling. That's actually should be called. Police work okay. So when what. The with the feminists called objectify women is infectious being a man. And so. that's that's what i was saying that they were demonizing normal regular and positive things. Let's talk for a minute. Though about what jesus said which is always the most important thing That he and he indeed said that. If you look at a woman with lust you have already committed adultery. I if you look at a person with anger it is the same thing as murder now. Obviously we know that's not literally true right one of my rules about reading the polls is jesus was not an idiot right not saying that his act. I mean. Ask your wife. Would you prefer if i look at a woman with lust or if i actually go sleep with her fight you'll find out that that is not the That is not adultery. It is not the same thing when jesus was saying. Obviously it seems to me. This seems to be a fairly obvious interpretation. Is that you eat even if you do the right things. There's something not right about the way we are and of course you know. Lust is an interesting thing. You look at a woman and you're attracted to her. I don't know if that is categorized as lost because there is such a thing as objectified women this is. This is my problem. I mean the problem is not that they're that object. Flying women is good in the left. Makes it sound bad. It's that the left makes normal human sexual interaction sound bad by calling them objective on women but of course of course to use a woman for your pleasure without care. is objectified her. Use her as an object to give you pleasure Without any kind of meaning between you is that is objective. Finding that isn't a misuse of women. And that's one of the things that feminists have supported. they'd have supported told women you know. Go out and get drunk with men and if you happen to wake up and there's some guy in your bed hurry you know. You're just acting like a man. Isn't that great. You know it's not i mean. The relations between the sexes are are different from each side. It's different to be a man than it is to be a woman and that's why men have care for women and take care of women and women have to have care for themselves and understand that there are men who will not do what they're supposed to do so my point in that all access was not that objectively women was good. Obviously it was that they call normal. Sexual interactions like the joy that men take looking at beautiful women and the joy that women taking being. beautiful They they take that and they try and demonize it and make it somehow as they would say problematical when in fact is one of the great constellations of our tragic lives is our love for one. Another are Sexual feelings feelings. All those things are actually good things from katie and matt. Walsh is not funny from katie cleveland. Thanks for great show. It's when i won't skip. When i don't have time for all the daily wire shows of the day you're opening alone are worth it Most of your listeners appreciate that you won't just tell us whatever we want to hear now to my question i'm curious about the durham report as really good question Do i think that it will ever see the light of day. Do i think it will matter if it does come out Do i think my hair would come back. Just a smidge. Let's bring power. Thanks katie now. My hair is not coming back. Let's just get used to it. I get used to them The dorm report first of all. I i want to say that. A durham is a pretty much universally respected guy and went one of the reasons they went after. Bill barr That the left went after bill barr started to say all this ridiculous stuff about them. As they couldn't lay a glove on durham. he's worked for all kinds of people on both sides and he's usually been an honest he's always been an honest broker of information and i have no doubt that he is doing Spurious work on the dorm report. I do have to say that. I was disappointed. He didn't bring out his report earlier on. I know that prosecutors have to be exceptionally careful. You know you ever watch cop shows the cops are always the heroes and the weasley little as saying well. I don't have enough evidence to take the court. Well if you don't have enough evidence to take it to court there's no point in taking it to court and that's why these prosecutors take so long to get their cases out there however however we do live in reality we do live in a political situation and it is very unlikely that this report will get out there if he waits until Trump is out of office. I mean the democrats did a very bad thing and they will Squelched the report. I'm pretty sure if it shows the kinds of things that they did however if it does come out and if it i think he would be wise to bring it out before january. Do i think that there will be criminal. Charges in there may be but they won't be the kinds of things that you might like to see. James komi is not going to be perp walked out. this is my obviously. I don't know the future. This is my guest on my take a james. He's not going to be pro out. Barack obama's not going to be arrested if anything you'll see some guys like peter struck who may have changed documents in order to get Illegal fries award. you'll see guys like that You know who may may actually be prosecuted..

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"lord clayton" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

05:31 min | 8 months ago

"lord clayton" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Feel a disconnect between your physical gender and your internal reality and I respect you for living out that truth and I respect that you feel that way and it has not that has nothing to do with me and I, have no opinions about it. It is your life. It is something that you have to come to terms with but I also have a life. I also have an outlook and while I think that you have totally welcome to live any way you want I do not believe that transforms you from a male into a female believe a male is what you were made. I believe a male is what you will risk. Remain and I all I ask from you is my right to live out. My life with integrity while you live your life out with integrity I, don't want to sacrifice my integrity to yours I. think we can be friends while we have this disagreement I can almost. Guarantee you that he will tell you to screw off but you might not. You might actually see this. If you say, you say he's a thoughtful intelligent guy he might understand this. If he tells you blow blow up to take a hike, I would then start to explore one. You don't have very many friends. Why is it? You don't have very many friends and why is it? You have so few close friends and then I start to fix that problem so that you don't have to sacrifice your integrity to the sky. His integrity, his way of life should not interfere with your way of life. He's not he's not killing people in which case you would have to interfere with him. He's living his life the way he wants to live it but you have the same right that he does and the way you WanNa live your life is to express the truth as you see it. So you got to choose. And that's the way I would do it. That's that that is what I would do in. It's the way I would do it. From Patrick. Dear Lord Clayton whom we must all save over knowles. I'VE RE WATCHING THE SOPRANOS ON H. B. O. Gray show, and one of the most interesting aspects of it is it's Indie semi spoilers at ends on an ambiguous note. Yes it does the Andy is so famous that I feel like you almost can't swallow it now, but he says many fans of the show is split. Some love the ending because it's open to interpretation. Others hate it because it doesn't actually resolve the story in satisfactory way as a writer. What's your opinion on deliberately India story on an ambiguous note like the Sopranos did is it a smart way to keep your audience engaged after the story is over or is it just a cheap gimmick? Thanks as always? Okay. I see the issue a little differently right? It's not a cheap gimmick I mean he's a very intelligent writer. And it was a very intelligent ending I didn't like it and I didn't like it not because it was ambiguous it's okay to it's okay to end a story ambiguously if the ambiguity. Somehow settles the story. Sometimes, there's some stories that can only be settled by ambiguity. I mean, there's a wonderful. Poem by Keats which ends was this a vision or a waking dream and you think like, wow, that's really you know he's in this really That's a really interesting question that the poem. Pozzo. So ambiguity is not bad in and of itself what I didn't like about the ending was this. The Sopranos my opinion is a story. What's the guy's name David chases that the writers name I think Is a story I think is about television I think it's about the way television tell stories. In. In movies characters go through an ARC in novels, they go through an arc they start with a problem if in hamlet they right or or Macbeth or any story that is one story a character goes through what is called an arc and he usually comes out the other side change. It's usually meets the the story that challenges who he is and changes, and that's what stories are often about. So take the hobbit right he goes off and fights the dragon and that that is going to be his Arkansas changes them and makes them in. Different person. But in TV, TV's much more like life TV. The person remains the same but the incidence change and that's the way most of us live our lives we change over time maybe some of us, but some of us don't change and we were I know lots and lots of people who just go around the same track in their personality over and over again, and that's what happens in the Sopranos and that's where he finds the core of the Sopranos Evil they're always confronting the moral facts of life, but there always go back to. Being exactly who they are and that his something he's telling you about the way television tell stories in the way that television tell stories reflects on life. Okay and so that's what the ending talks about the ending talks about that stagnation, which has been the whole thing in a Lotta ways the whole theme of the show stagnation in the evil of stagnation, and so that's what the ending speaks about to me. But to me, a story should be about itself. I write should not be about its meaning is meaning to rise out of the story. So I would have liked an ending that actually ended the story instead of commenting on the story that's the way I felt about the story. So I I didn't hate it I. Didn't think it was the worst thing I thought it was interesting choice I was interested that he did it his story not mine but he went in a direction that I don't like as much as I like to see the characters I like to see writer respect the life of his characters I'd like to see a respect the life of his characters and let them. Live out their lives in the story. I don't like the post modern trick of reminding the audience that you know you're in a story because I think that's actually less interesting, less deep than letting the storyteller itself. So that was my reaction to it but still an interesting choice by a good writer and you've got to respect that and I did respected I just didn't like it as much as I would have liked it if the story had resolved itself, but it wasn't the ambiguity bothered me it was the choice of speaking into the meaning of the story rather into the story itself. from Sheila..

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"lord clayton" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"lord clayton" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"To in the gentlest sweetest most loving possible way. Put an end to this. Okay you're going. You're going on your trip. Do you say to her. You know i love you dearly but this is the way this is going to be going to do this. Maybe once a year once a year gonna happen. I'm never going to cheat on you. That's never a problem if she can't live without if she really can't leave that. Maybe you gotta see somebody. Maybe got to go to couples therapy <hes> there may there must be a reason. She's this insecure <hes> and it might be worth talking about that but don't keep going back to the argument at some point. You just have to make the decision and do what you're gonna do and you have to do that. In the gentler slump was loving way possible but you gotta do it and she is is she is being unreasonable but i think she's in pain here somewhere and <hes> and i think maybe it would be helpful if you could find that pain either with a therapist just talking it out between you but don't keep going back to this this argument over and over again it just it just makes it worse <hes> from patrick dear lord clayton as and not the ease george are martin gave an interesting interview a few two years ago where he said most writers are either architects iii writers who plot everything out beforehand or gardeners. Iii riders develop their works as they go along. Are you a gardener or an architect and why that is a good question i am. I guess i would be an architect in this case do extensive outlines <hes> go back over my outlines outlines. I do them again and again. I do it because it allows me to garden where i think it's important which is in the creation of <hes> of living moment so if i know it's going to happen i can and then put my skill to work making it happen so in other words if i know i need a going to have a scene that his emotional or violent or exciting or whatever scary scary i can then. I don't have to put my thoughts into <hes> what's going to happen. I can just put my thoughts into making it. Come alive for the reader. That's that's why i do it the way i have. It's i've tested over the years there many many fine writers with the other way. I think stephen king works without an outline ruth rendell one of the great mystery writers especially as barbara fine. <hes> said she used to work without an an outline both <hes> king and barbara vine or very very prolific and so maybe see that's why but but the one thing i've noticed about people right with outlines they have about five different books that they right but then they write them over and over again where i feel having an outline allows me to do do things original things and look at things before starting thinking i've done that before. This is too much like what i've done before but then i i put a very high premium on originality and not a lot of writers do i do. I do a lot of different things <hes> instead of writing a series. I do different <hes> stories. I've written trilogies obviously like another kingdom <hes> but <hes> but i like to do different things in an experiment and all that and <hes> outlining things beforehand helps me out helping to that <hes> from nicholas lists <hes> oh supreme lord of dark psychic force a my question is about forgiveness. I'm in my mid twenties. I've never quite forgiven my mother. She had an affair with my coach. In high school and our family awesome disintegrated. I moved many states away for college..

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"lord clayton" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"lord clayton" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"And that is incredibly incredibly destructed is not teaching literature. It's not teaching literature. It is propaganda. It's child abuse. It is abusing young people by depriving them of their literary heritage and the heritage of ideas that made them who they are as a true abuse. So yep. Be worried go to hillsdale if you're going to go to someplace like this go to places where the professors are trying to teach. The good the true, the beautiful and this legacy that's handed down to us of literature, and ideas. From nNcholas desiring your thoughts, shiny headed bearded. One just finished watching the combative debate between Bernie Sanders, and Martha McCallum Bret Baier. Other parts where I thought he was outright rude. I thought as ideas were insane. But I also find him likable if not lovable liberals, usually incite me. Bernie was entertaining. Any explanation is this his appeal crazy old yet lovable crank? Bernie's appeal is that he's a true believer. Bernie has believed in communism. He never saw the Soviet Union fall. He never saw the dead of of Cuba. He's never seen the people eating roasted cats in Venezuela. It just he is so blind. So tireless immersed in his own a world that his hypocrisy and not paying taxes his apocryphal and not giving a lot of money to charity his Apocrypha and wanting to make a million dollars from self, but not want you to make a million dollars without being taxed to death. It's all kind of charming because he's like an old crazy, man. He's like an old crazy, man. He has never his never had that moment as so many intellectuals had after Stalin when they said, oh, I get it. This this communism. Socialism sounds like a good idea. But it collects power to completely in the government and it leads to abuses. He's never had that moment. So he lives in this fog of fantasy. In which his own hypocrisy his own sins in vacationing in these honeymooning in the Soviet Union while it was a slave state in praising the mass murderer Castro, and and Shay those sins have never occurred to him. And there is something charming about that. Because it's kind of like a delightful crazy old uncle who keep spouting the same thing. You get used to it after a while. And I think that it's different than people like occasion Cortez who are ignorant and obstreperous and unkind and and attack people when they're attacked because they don't wanna come out of their ignorance in their stupidity. Sanders isn't like that Sanders, a true believer. I think he actually has that much integrity, though, not enough integrity to notice his own past malfeasance zone past bad acts and his own hypocrisy. All right from Jeremiah mighty powerful. Lord Clayton, nor of the unknown. You're the unseen. I am on my way out of the military and on my way into law enforcement. I've taken the time to think through this decision, but didn't make it known to my family for quite some time because I did not want their views influencing..

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"lord clayton" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"lord clayton" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Would be wouldn't be destroyed me and it broke my heart from my wife because being a mother is the only thing she's ever wanted to be, and it's hard as this may be to leave drowning myself in whiskey. Every night isn't helping matters. Any advice you may have to give on how to handle the strategy and the reality that I may never be a father would be greatly appreciated. I'm not particularly religious, but I'm willing to try anything at this point for so I'm really sorry. It's always gets me when people talk about abortion that the the baby. Is a real person. Anybody who's ever had a miscarriage or been through Celt been close to someone who was at a miscarriage, knows that when you lose your baby, you've lost your baby and it is a tragedy. And a lot of times a lot of times because no one seeing the baby, no one's experience baby. They don't connect with you. They don't realize how how much grief you're in. So first of all, you've got a separate things you've suffered from depression, and I don't know what that's about. I hope you're getting help for that and not just drugs. I hope you're actually discussing where that comes from, but you got a separate that from what you're feeling now, which is grief. Grief is a natural normal reaction to something tragic happening. That is what you feel when something tragic happens. It is enormously painful. I've been through most people have been through some version of it. This is you, you are in grief, and of course your wife is in grief and she of the two of you. She will get most of the sympathy, but you also are grieving. I gotta stop drinking. You gotta stop it just like all of it. I mean, I love booze, man. I love. Me some booze and I will. I love to drink and I keep it under tight control because I know I love it. But when I'm in a situation like this, I just stop. You just gotta stop because as you say, it is not going to help, it's going to make things worse. I know it makes things it's probably the most effective antidepressant on the planet. It makes things better in the moment that you do it, but it makes everything just gotta stop. I have said this before, but I say, again, grief is a desert that has to be crossed on foot it. There's it takes time. That is what gets you through grief. And the important thing about while you're getting through grief is actually traveling across an expanse, you have to picture it that way. You're traveling across a barren, painful, ugly expanse. Okay. And the question is, where are you going where you going? Because these are the things that will make you who you are tomorrow and you wanna come out obviously with more love more wisdom, more bitterness, more compassion for your fellow man because that is going to give you more joy in the other on the other side. For me in periods of grief. God is like my guiding star. I just keep my on him and I keep moving toward him and slowly you get across. It sucks. What happened to socks? Things happen like that suck. This is one of them and I think that you have to cross it. You've got to lay off the booze cross. It get help if you needed. Obviously, you shouldn't. You know, there's grief counseling this books on grief to get through it. Then you've got to start dealing if you you said you were getting better on the depression. So I'm assuming that either it's something you're getting beyond or getting treatment for it, but don't confuse these two things. This is a normal typical reaction, correct reaction to something really sad that happened to you and you're going to be sad for a while and you what? The what you wanna do is look at it as a journey. And the question is, where are you going? Where are you going to try to head toward compassion, forgiveness, love, and joy. And I think you'll find then if if you don't believe in God before when you get to that station, you will because you'll see him face to face. From Bob to the good Lord, Clayton master of most things mostly. I have no idea what that means..

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