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There is a lot of talk regarding censorship on social media, as there should be. Many conservatives have been silenced on social media, including me! (Yes, I am permanently banned on Twitter!) Ultimately, we (especially conservative Christians) have lost the First Amendment, and they're coming for the Second Amendment next. Biden has threatened to ban ghost guns (guns that have been assembled using different parts bought online or guns that have been created with 3D printers), and other guns. I discuss the various problems with that, ultimately concluding that all that is accomplished by preventing good people from having guns is bad people having them. There is a spiritual war going on right now, but God chose us to fight it which is very exciting! We have to have a relationship with God rather than allow Satan to disrupt our peace. We have to stay focused on what's truly important. Thanks for tuning in! Time Stamps [0:27] – Shemane opens the conversation about censorship in the United States. [0:50] – Frank James still has a voice on social media even though he's a violent criminal. [2:20] – Frank James made a hateful comment in a YouTube video. [2:55] – Discover what tweet got Shemane permanently banned from Twitter. [3:44] – Shemane questions what has led to her being banned on Twitter. [4:32] – We've lost the First Amendment, and the Second Amendment is next. [6:02] – If you prevent good people from having guns, only bad people will have them. [7:03] – Some people don't see the evil that is happening. [8:22] – What can be done to combat this problem? [9:10] – Discernment is so important right now. [10:00] – Shemane encourages us to have a relationship with God. [11:16] – Shemane leads us in prayer. Contact Me Shemane Nugent - Website Killer House with Shemane Nugent - Website Shemane Nugent - Facebook Page Shemane Nugent - Instagram Page Shemane - YouTube Channel
David is a political writer and former attorney who took on high-profile cases for religious liberty. He was also a major in the Army Reserve who served in Iraq, and before that he served as president of FIRE, the campus free-speech group. David now writes for The Dispatch and The Atlantic, and his latest book is Divided We Fall: America's Secession Threat and How to Restore Our Nation. Last summer he wrote this wonderful review of my essay collection, Out On A Limb, but this is the first time we’ve spoken.You can listen to the episode right away in the audio player above. For two clips of my convo with David — on how many political Christians completely miss the point of Jesus, and on the “God gap” within the Democratic coalition — head over to our YouTube page.That convo is a good complement to our January episode with Christopher Rufo (the two have tussled before), so we just transcribed Rufo’s episode in full. Here’s a reminder of his stance on CRT in the schools:Starting around the 30-minute mark in the new episode, David and I discuss the tricky defense of liberalism in the face of both CRT curriculum and anti-CRT bills. We also grapple with the corrosive effects of Twitter and, in particular, the commentary surrounding the racist massacre in Buffalo this week. On that note, a reader writes:I am a member of a mainline Christian denomination and parent of young children. My personal and professional experience of social media is centered on connections with clergy colleagues and active church members attached to a wide variety of Christian denominations. When news of the racially motivated shooting in Buffalo broke, my social media relationships immediately shifted to a flurry of outrage, comments about the pox of racism built into the American way, and pithy memes noting that the root problem of all that ails us is white supremacy.For example, one friend wrote in response to the Buffalo shooting, “The root cause of gun violence is white supremacy. We will not be safe from gun violence until we end white supremacy. White fam, we are the ones who can end white supremacy. It is on us.” Presiding Bishop Michael Curry of the Episcopal Church released a statement decrying the racism behind the shooting. Members of my left-leaning church have asked and encouraged me to preach from the pulpit about the evils of white supremacy and white fragility, especially now in light of the Buffalo shooting. However, I did not hear a thing from these same people or religious bodies following the racially motivated shooting by Frank James on the NYC subway last month. Mr. James has been indicted on federal terror charges after shooting ten people. Were there no official prayers for victims and to end racial violence from religious bodies because no one ultimately died in the subway shooting? Why were there no tweets, memes, or impassioned calls to “do better” after such a horrific, calculated attack? The silence after that racially motivated shooting compared to the outcry after this month’s racially motivated shooting is noteworthy. And essential to the CRT worldview. Racism is unique to white people. Another sign of our racialized culture war comes from this listener:In your episode with Douglas Murray, you mentioned that you had to explain to someone how white people did not invent racism. I serve at the school board in Manhattan and we had the same discussion at our last meeting. The district is pushing a book called “Our Skin” to teach elementary kids how white people invented racism. Money quote:“A long time ago, way before you were born, a group of white people made up an idea called race. They sorted people by skin color and said that white people were better, smarter, prettier, and that they deserve more than everybody else,” the book declares.Here’s how Murray addresses the canard that white people invented racism:On a lighter note, here’s a fan of last week’s episode with Tina Brown:In your conversation about the Queen’s inscrutable nature and unceasing impartiality, you forget one spectacular lapse into utter bias: the 1995 referendum on Quebec sovereignty!Pierre Brassard, a Quebec disc jockey, called Buckingham Palace impersonating the (then) Canadian PM Jean Chretien begging her to support the NO side and, astonishingly, got through to Queen Elizabeth! In the conversation, broadcast live in Montreal, she actually said, “It sounds as though the referendum may go the wrong (!) way...”. She said many other things that were blatantly against Quebec separating and was willing to make a public statement. Here’s the audio (and pardon Elizabeth R’s surprisingly bad French!): While I voted Non and thought the hoax was screamingly hilarious, this referendum was about the self-determination of a nation and she was hardly a glowing example of non-interference and impartiality. Quebec separatists were apoplectic. She wouldn’t even make a clear declaration in favour of the “No” side in the Scottish referendum! Ah, well ... even Captain Kirk broke the prime directive 33 times. Self-determination must be overrated. Here’s Tina on why the best British monarchs tend to be women:Another fan of the episode writes:So I’m a stereotypical NPR-listening, NYT-reading, Anglophilic liberal, happy to watch whatever B-grade pablum PBS airs on Sunday nights, as long as it has a British accent. So of course I fell in love with Downton Abbey. Part of my stereotypical outlook is holding a certain condescension toward the lower-class examples of American culture — you’d never catch me watching a soap opera, for example. But somewhere in the last season of Downton Abbey, it hit me full-on that the show is just a soap opera for snobs. That realization was a nice, bright, uncomfortable look in the mirror. What a hypocrite I am! That said, I can’t wait for the new Downton Abbey movie that opens this week:On the subject of Americans and their relationship with the British monarchy that you and Tina Brown discussed, to me it isn’t very complicated. It’s the embodiment of our cultural heritage, so it represents roots and stability in our land that values change and progress. And the monarchy is sacramental — another quality our society lacks, and which we’ve projected onto the office of the president as compensation. Toggling from listeners to readers, one of the latter writes:I have been thinking a lot about your May 6 column on the SCOTUS leak (“How Dare They!”) and the following week’s large number of reader responses to it. First, I want to say that, although I’m fiercely pro-choice, your column was strongly persuasive and helped me to think about Roe v Wade in a very different way. I love this about the Dish — the way you introduce complexity and nuance to issues that are polarizing and thus typically presented in stark black-and-white terms. But there is one potential detail of your argument that I continue to struggle with. While I accept that, in a liberal society, such issues as abortion should be a matter of debate and resolution via the popular voice, in practice they rarely are — because of the reality of our political system. Because of our two-party system and the primary elections that determine candidacy, most moderate, centrist voters simply do not have a choice to exercise their opinion on a wide variety of issues. They cannot vote individually on issues of substance, in an a la carte fashion. They are forced to accept a homogenous party platform that, in toto, represents the least worst of two extremes. For example, if I am a pro-choice moderate conservative who supports free markets, minimal government regulation, and low taxation, and is concerned about wokeness and CRT, my only choice to cast a vote in support of access to abortion is to vote for a candidate who is antagonistic to these other issues of import to me. You cite statistics in your column indicating broad support among Republicans for a moderate stance on abortion. Yet, I would argue that relatively few of these voters are going to voice that support by voting for a Democratic candidate — especially a far-left candidate — even if this means voting for the far-right opponent. This, then, is interpreted by the GOP as proof that their constituency supports the extreme view held by the majority of the GOP candidates. If we had a center party, I may be more optimistic in sharing your view of things. But as it stands, I feel like our choice is no choice at all.I feel you. But this is unavoidable in a democracy with political parties and winner-takes-all systems. Another reader has a few more laments:I believe anti-abortion-rights activists have not fully considered the consequences of how eliminating legal abortion will impact families. It is almost certain that the rate of child poverty in America will increase if a ban on abortion takes place. Most of the states which want to ban abortion also have small child-welfare programs. That will result in more children being born into poor economic circumstances.Another thing that will probably happen is an increase in crime. The crime rate in the US has been falling since the early ‘90s, when kids born after Roe first started reaching adulthood. There is a clear link between kids being neglected and unwanted and then turning to crime. This was documented in the book Freakonomics.I believe the pro-choice side will win this debate. But perhaps it will only win when the full, horrifying consequences of banning all abortions — such as in the Oklahoma bill just passed — comes into focus. This next reader goes meta:In your otherwise excellent compilation of reader thoughts about Roe, you had one response I want to quibble with. After quoting one reader, you wrote: “Oh please. This next reader gets specific:” — and then went on with the next quote.I don’t recall what the first reader said, and it doesn’t matter because your response was inappropriate no matter what was said. If you think the reader’s argument has no merit, omit the comment. If you have a rebuttal to the reader’s argument, offer it. Even if you disagree with the reader but lack the time or energy to formulate a proper response, that’s fine too: Just print the comment with no response.What’s not OK, ever, is to reply with just a snarky dismissal and no further comment. That’s rude to the reader, and it makes you look like a dick.That whole big collection of reader dissents was compiled and edited by my colleague, Chris, who does that every week to hold my feet to the fire. I don’t censor the reader criticism he offers — so forgive me the occasional harrumph. Another reader switches topics:I read these two excerpts in your weekly money quotes:“There were also homosexual women at the Pines, but they were, or seemed to be, far fewer in number. Nor, except for a marked tendency to hang out in the company of large and usually ferocious dogs, were they instantly recognizable as the men were,” - Midge Decter, who died the week, on Fire Island in the summer of 1980.“Well, if I were a dyke and a pair of Podhoretzes came waddling toward me on the beach, copies of Leviticus and Freud in hand, I’d get in touch with the nearest Alsatian dealer pronto,” - Gore Vidal, responding to Midge.I had known about Decter’s “The Boys on the Beach” essay for decades, maybe since the late ‘80s, but I had never read it — until a few months ago. I am 66 years old, was practically always out, loved to read all the gay literature, and I have to say, that essay got the pulse of ‘70s gay life and society better than Edmund White (his “States of Desire” was published in 1980 and I still have my copy) or any other commentator I know of, with the exception of Randy Shilts’s “And the Band Played On.”Decter had gay acquaintances, friends, and frenemies, and she saw aspects of gay life with a beady-eyed sharpness and skepticism I wish more of us had had back then. I remember when I officially came out in 1974 at 18, met a couple of good-looking guys in their late 20s/early 30s who, like the vast majority of gay men, talked about sex all the time, with a greater intensity than straight guys I knew. So I asked them how many guys they had been to bed with and they said maybe 500 or 600. Asked them if they were afraid of getting diseases, and they said “no” because they just went to the public health clinic to get a shot. And right there, I sensed that at some point, there would be a gay healthcare catastrophe. I was not the only who had that sense, but it was very censored in the community.I tend to agree about Decter’s accuracy and perception, however laced it was with disgust. It’s a riveting piece — proof that sometimes being alien to a subculture makes you a better observer of it. She and Larry Kramer were essentially on the same page when it came to gay male culture in the 1970s. And yes, the omens were there. And now there’s monkeypox, which seems as if it might have found the same transmission route as HIV. Gulp.Lastly, because we ran out of room this week in the main Dish for the new VFYW contest photo (otherwise the email version would get cut short), here ya go:Where do you think it’s located? Email your guess to email@example.com. Please put the location — city and/or state first, then country — in the subject line. Proximity counts if no one gets the exact spot. 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Rod and Karen discuss the economy of tragedy around mass shootings, random thoughts, Coronavirus News, Russia allegedly killing their own troops, Chris Rock jokes about regaining hearing, Diddy takes on cancel culture, R Kelly and Frank James are buddies, Kevin Samuels family didn't start a GoFundMe, woman thinks her biracial son identifies as Black because of Critical Race Theory, boy knocks on neighbors' door with a whip, Honey Pot accused of betraying the community, Sharon Osbourne, man doused with urine, teacher slaps student and gets early retirement, man arrested for putting gas in the wrong place and sword ratchetness. Our Anchor Referral Link Twitter: @rodimusprime @SayDatAgain @TBGWT Instagram: @TheBlackGuyWhoTips Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Blog: www.theblackguywhotips.com Teepublic Store Amazon Wishlist Crowdcast
Keith and Chemda discuss the white supremacist shooting in a Buffalo, NY supermarket that killed 10 people. (19 weeks into the year, America has already seen 198 mass shootings.) The duo also talks about R. Kelly and NYC subway shooter Frank James being prison pals. Keith discusses Netflix's Meltdown: Three Mile Island, which leads to covering the makeup of sociopaths, psychopaths, and Keith's dad.
10 people are dead and a suspect is in custody after a gunman with a rifle and body armour opened fire at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York on May 14th, believed to be one of the deadliest racist massacres in recent American history, and the deadliest mass shooting in the US in 2022. The shooting took place at Tops Friendly Market in the 1200 block of Jefferson Avenue in the state's second-largest city, in a predominantly Black neighbourhood that authorities believe the suspect had specifically targeted. 13 people in total were shot. Among the victims, 11 were Black. "This was pure evil," Erie County sheriff John Garcia said in a press conference on Saturday. "It was straight up racially motivated hate crime from somebody outside of our community." 18 year old Payton Gendron of Broome County, New York, roughly 200 miles away from the shooting, was arraigned and charged with murder in the first degree on Saturday. He pleaded not guilty. He is on "suicide watch" and has been separated from other inmates while jailed, according to law enforcement. The shooter livestreamed the massacre and allegedly posted an online "manifesto that references racist and white nationalist tropes and far-right conspiracy theories. In remarks on Sunday afternoon, President Joe Biden called on Americans to “work together to address the hate that remains a stain on the soul of America.” He is expected to visit Buffalo on 17 May to “grieve” with the community. I also discuss the media hypocrisy surrounding this mass shooting and the April 12th NYC subway shooting by Frank James who is a 62 year old black man. These were both shootings that were done by racist individuals. So, why can't the media label them both that? Why only the recent one? Email: email@example.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lee-leffingwell/support
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Paul Murnane and Wayne Cabot have the top stories from the WCBS newsroom, including a one-day discount at some gas stations across New Jersey, Frank James' arraignment, and questions regarding legal weed prices.
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In this episode of True Crime Daily The Sidebar Podcast: Former prosecutor and seasoned criminal defense lawyer Mark O'Mara joins host Joshua Ritter to break down the biggest cases making headlines across the nation. They weigh in on Jeremy Goodale seeking prosecution in juvenile court for the alleged murder of his teacher (0:47), the defense's case for Brooklyn subway shooting suspect Frank James (7:20), the latest updates on Johnny Depp's defamation case vs. Amber Heard (14:59), and Blac Chyna taking on the Kardashians (22:26). Tweet your questions for future episodes to Joshua Ritter using the hashtag #TCDSidebar. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When Frank James attacked the NYC subway, authorities were quick to assure us it was NOT terrorism! Yet, he's now being tried for... 'terrorism'. This illogical thinking is described and exposed. He's the latest example of the unspoken pact that ‘authorities' have for not leaking any possible clues about the perpetrator of an attack that might make us suspect terrorism - the real Radical Islamist kind. Before we are made to forget who Frank James is and what his motives were, we need to analyze what we do know so far. Neither ISIS, nor Al Qaeda, nor the Taliban have claimed responsibility, and I'm not saying he belongs to one of these terrorist organizations. But, you will hear why I say he was definitely inspired by terrorism - and, though the FBI is now trying to deny it, Frank James WAS once on a terrorist watchlist!We'll look at highlights about the attack itself, but spend more timelooking into who Frank James was - his mysterious history, and hisonline presence - countless posts on YouTube and Facebook. Most of these were angry and hate-filled rants about whites, blacks, Asians, Jews, Ketanji Brown Jackson, and more. One of his online pen-names was Prophet of Doom, and it is clear he believed that Putin's invasion of Ukraine, was a sign that the world was coming to an end. His postings were cries for help and he warned people he was going to attack - yet these were ignored. Lastly, we'll look at what psychiatry has to do with it. Frank claimed he was diagnosed with mental illness and was in treatment for it in New York and New Jersey. Indeed, he blames them for making him worse. His defense attorney has asked forhim to get psychiatric attention while awaiting trial, and will probably try for a Not Competent to Stand Trial and/or Not Guilty By Reason of Insanity defense. But, the prosecutor is trying to stall these developments.
The media refuses to tell the truth about President Biden's problems. He failed at controlling the southern boarder, he blew the withdrawal from Afghanistan, and the supply chain is still a mess. Ann Coulter interview: Ann and Mark talk about crime, criminals, and guns. The NYPD and other law enforcement officials must get a grip on violent crimes. Frank James social media posts showed he hated white people. Hate crimes against Asians and Jews has also hit record highs.
Angel is back from his tour of Florida, New Orleans and somewhere else. Mark & Angel jump right in. They begin by recapping the Brooklyn subway shooter Frank James and Angels recent appearance on FOX News. Mark brings up a recent opinion piece in the NY Post questioning Frank James mental state of mind. Would it make a difference? The $50k reward for the capture of Frank James will be split between five witnesses. The next story they cover is the recent resignation of NYS Lt. Gov Brian Benjamin a pro defund the police and bail reform advocate on corruption charges. Needless to say he will not be missed. Good riddance Brian. A rage rage incident in NJ leads to a young women getting run over several times by a crazed motorist. An incarcerated transgender impregnates two inmates at a prison in NJ. NYPD unveil their new Electric Patrol Cars at the Annual Car Show at the Javits Center. The Mets great start. The show ends with a tribute to Ahken Chu III the 22 year old son of retired NYPD Member of the Service who's life was tragically taken in a motor vehicle early this morning. A fundthefirst.com to help the grieving family was shared. Rest In Peace Ahken... --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support
NYPD commissioner Sewell on the NYPD catching Frank James. Sewell claims her officers were closing in on him, that's why he gave himself up. Sewell also promised there will be more police in the subways and on the trains. Former President Trump had an exact copy of his oval office desk built and installed in the bridal suite of his Mar-A-Lago Club, which he had converted to his Florida office.
[00:30] A Zero-COVID Policy (13 minutes)The Communist Chinese Party is currently enforcing a zero-COVID lockdown policy in Shanghai and other Chinese cities. Citizens are not permitted to leave their homes on any grounds except to get a coronavirus test. These strict lockdown measures are destroying businesses, creating food shortages, and causing starvation and even suicide. As a result, protests are erupting across the city. [13:25] Biden Can't Help America? (5 minutes)CNN columnist John Harwood wrote that Joe Biden is confronting a host of problems “he can't do much to solve,” referring to the runaway inflation, the southern border crisis, skyrocketing crime rates and much more. This is the new talking point on the Communist left: Problems are worsening, but the president of the United States cannot be expected to solve them. [18:15] Frank James Memory-Holed (6 minutes)Less than a week after black nationalist Frank James shot 10 people on a Brooklyn subway train, a simple Google search shows that news of this particular mass shooting has all but disappeared. As PJ Media noted, “When a story doesn't fit the establishment media narrative, it tends to disappear quickly.” [24:05] No More Zuckerberg Donations? (8 minutes)When Donald Trump was running for reelection in 2020, Meta Platform CEO Mark Zuckerberg donated hundreds of millions of dollars to support Joe Biden's campaign. But for the midterm elections this November, Zuckerberg isn't donating anything. Why the abrupt change? [31:55] Bible Study: Christ Our Passover (23 minutes)In this segment, we begin our study of the meaning of Passover and the feast of Unleavened Bread.
On today's show we talk about how someone who shot up a mall in South Carolina not only made bail, he is allowed to go back to work! There is a prayer group singing in your face at 30,000 feet, Frank James may have had a certain motive, Colin Kaepernick continues to say the right things, and Kyrie Irving is cementing himself as an all time villian in boston. All that and more! Order Callahan Coffee right now, and while you're at it grab yourself a Bug The Chug Mug! callahancoffee.com Want extra content? Get daily livestreams and one extra show per week on Locals: callahan.locals.com Support our sponsors: mypillow.com/Gerry sheaconcrete.com callahancoffee.com shop.siempretequila.com
A fun night was had by all. We got some great listener feedback during the week, so that was wonderful to talk about. Also, our 'Ask Whiskey Hell" segment consisted of an investment opportunity. News was light this week and we had a lot of fun. We hope you will as well. BeersFitzWander Brewing EnvoyWeathered Souls BrewingMcShaneCelladorSlide Down My Cellar DoorPariahDorchaHousekeepingBracket ChallengeListener FeedbackF4 - Fantasy Comedian DraftFitz - George Carlin , Bill Burr, Jerry Seinfeld, and Richard PryorJefe - Dave Chappelle, Ricky Gervais, Will Ferrell, and Steve MartinMcShane - Bill Murray, Robin Williams, Eddie Murphy, and Betty WhiteWhat We're WatchingMoonknightOuter Range NewsMass Shooting! That kinda disappearedVideoFootage of Frank James taken into custodyTwitterVanguard buys 10% of TwitterPoison Pill Dating Site for the unvaxedUnvaccindatedBehind the scenes with Cam GirlsCam GirlsSpaceSunNeptune Shift in TempsCool ShitDrinking Water Sky Lighthttps://theconversation.com/do-mushrooms-really-use-language-to-talk-to-each-other-a-fungi-expert-investigates-181079Savannah BananasSite
Former police officer Brandon Tatum, a co-founder of BLEXIT, agreed with Jason's assessment that BLM is dead, saying the organization “went on vacation and committed suicide.” Fearless contributor Delano Squires talked about his column on the war of worldviews confounding America. Squires said the country is in a fight for faith, fathers, family, and freedom. BlazeTV host Dave Rubin of "The Rubin Report" joins the show to discuss his new book, “Don't Burn This Country” and New York City's damaged reputation in the aftermath of subway shooter Frank James. Plus, Uncle Jimmy tells Jason he's starting to look like Al Roker with a turkey neck. Today's Sponsor: Don't buy imported meat. Good Ranchers delivers delicious, 100% American meat to your door. Get your $30 discount on prime steaks and better-than-organic chicken today. Go to https://GoodRanchers.com/FEARLESS right now! Get 10% off Blaze swag by using code Fearless10 at https://shop.blazemedia.com/fearless Make yourself an official member of the “Fearless Army!” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In place of Bernie & Sid this Good Friday morning was 77WABC owner and operator John Catsimatidis alongside Lidia Curanaj and Curtis Sliwa. Along with the trio, they were joined by a plethora of guests including NYC Deputy Mayor Phil Banks, Burt Flickinger, NYPD Chief of Detectives James Essig, Dr. Makr Siegel, Paul Lountzis, Dr. Peter Michalos, Rabbi Joseph Potasnik, Candidate for Senate of Pennsylvania Dr. Oz, Special Agent Derek Maltz, and Father Alex Karloustos to talk about everything from the border crisis, inflation, the cost of food & gas rising, crime in NYC, the Brooklyn subway shooter Frank James, to the upcoming holiday weekend. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kevin and Makael are back with a new podcast. On this episode we discuss the subway shooting that happened in Brooklyn, New York on Tuesday. The shooter Frank James was captured. We also discuss the upcoming 2022 midterm elections, Wendy Williams, Cuba Gooding Jr. and ask Kevin and Makael are back answering your questions. Please sure this podcast episode on Twitter, Facebook and other platforms.
A look at the awful aftermath of the Brooklyn subway shooting. The alleged perp, 62 year old Frank James was mentally disturbed with nine prior arrests and a penchant for broadcasting his most violent fantasies on YouTube. Despite his lengthy rap sheet, James was allowed to purchase an arsenal of weapons, some of which he used to terrorize New York City. Mea Culpa examines how this happened and when, if ever, we can expect sensible gun legislation. Former FBI Assistant Director Frank Figliuzzi joins the conversation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Emma hosts Alex Press, writer at Jacobin, to discuss her recent pieces on the burgeoning labor movement countrywide and Eric Adams's homelessness policies. Then Emma is joined by Daniel Bessner, co-host of the American Prestige podcast on SubStack, to discuss his recent brief for the Quincy Institute, "Ending Primacy to End U.S. Wars." Emma and Alex begin Eric Adams' front-facing assault on the homeless, including the NYPD's terror unit conducting an encampment sweep while a literal terrorist wandered the city, diving into his pointlessly expensive muscle-flexing of boosting the NYPD budget alongside cutting homeless services, before diving into his blame of protesters and parents for the deaths of Black teenagers by gunshot. Next, they swing over to Alex's labor reporting, as she first contextualizes the recent discourse over unionization within the ever-falling rate of unions in the US, before looking into the positives we have seen in the wake of the Great Resignation of 2020. However, she then discusses the move from the individual action of this wave of resignation, to the collective action we've seen particularly amongst Starbucks and Amazon workers, as we begin to switch from temporary improvements for ourselves to bolstering the protections for workers and our colleagues as a whole, walking through the story of the unionization of the JFK-8 Amazon fulfillment center and the corporate neglect that lead to it. They wrap up the interview by touching on the labor movement amongst truckers in LA and Long Beach as Alex and Emma explore Biden's improved NLRB and the genuine actions they're taking to protect workers in the ever-evolving gig economy. Then, Daniel joins as he and Emma walk through the evolution of US armed primacy, first assessing its beginnings on the global stage in the wake of WW2, before walking through how it developed in the century before that, with the US simply containing their action as an expansionist power to the Western hemisphere. Next, they walk through the developments of the ‘30s and ‘40s that lead American elites to worry about their place on the global stage, and push us to become the hegemonic powers we see today. After discussing our armed primacy throughout the Cold War, they discuss our turn to the Middle East in the wake of the fall of the Berlin Wall, how we used it to legitimize keeping our place as the world's police, and how it set us on a collision course with Iraq, before wrapping up the interview with the concept of a turn to the pacific, and what the future of armed primacy (and hopefully its decline) could look like. Emma also touches on PR pro-Eric Adam's NYPD flaunting the arrest of Frank James, despite them having absolutely nothing to do with it. And in the Fun Half: Emma is joined by Matt and Brandon as they watch Charlie Kirk discuss horizontal organizing… of houses, MTG goes to notorious feminist Matt Gaetz as he flies in to rescue her from BULLY Jimmy Kimmel, and Brandon gets into the feminization of videogames in the wake of gamer gates' crackdown on giggle physics. Evan from NJ discusses Ukrainians returning to their homes, and gets Matt to dive into the new Q Anon documentary, before they discuss TN Senator Frank Niceley's discussion of Hitler's unproductive attitude, Rachel Duffy's going all-in on promoting wage cucking, and Dave from Jamaica engages in a fantastic conversation on the categorizations we use in sports, plus, your calls and IMs! 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Elon Musk's offer to become the sole owner of Twitter has some liberals running scared. Whitlock decries the horrible effects of “Black Twitter” on America and asks if that could be rolled back by the billionaire CEO of Tesla motors. In what way has “Black Twitter” become the modern equivalent of the Ku Klux Klan? Jason ties a number of headlines to the Twitter news, including Tony Dungy's alliance with Ron DeSantis, new details in the death of Dwayne Haskins, the racism claims by a San Francisco Giants coach, and the arrest of Frank James for the New York subway bombing. “Fearless” regulars Royce White, Shemeka Michelle, T.J. Moe, and Dave Shannon all debate Jason's newfound optimism for the prospect of Musk owning Twitter. Can an atheist like Musk really make profound changes for the good in America? Plus, Uncle Jimmy clears the Grand Rapids police shooter of all wrongdoing and makes his point with a very personal and tragic incident from his days as a police officer. Today's Sponsor: If you love finding and tasting new wine, Firstleaf is your new best friend! Join today and you'll get six bottles of wine for $29.95 and free shipping! Just go to https://tryfirstleaf.com/FEARLESS Get 10% off Blaze swag by using code Fearless10 at https://shop.blazemedia.com/fearless Make yourself an official member of the “Fearless Army!” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Elon Musk offers to buy 100% of Twitter for $54.20 per share. All of this as the New York subway attacker, Frank James is arrested on terror related charges. Meanwhile, Posobiec dives into a Newsweek release on what goes on inside of the military's secret undercover army, and court filings state 20 federal ‘assets' were on location at the Capitol on January 6th.Here's your Daily dose of Human Events with @JackPosobiec To get $150 off each 3-month supply of ‘My Patriot Supply' go to PrepareWithPOSO.com and use promo code POSO To save on MyPillow go to MyPillow.com/POSO and use code POSOFor more on Turning Point USA's Socialism Sucks series, ‘China: The World's Loan Shark' go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6s4L1Q5yN04
Founder and Lead Trial Attorney of The Law Offices of Tacopina, Seigel & DeOreo, Joe Tacopina, joins Bernie & Sid in the Morning to talk about how he feels Frank James, the Brooklyn Subway Shooter, deserves to be charged, whether or not he thinks Joe Biden is actually running the country, and the waning state of the FBI today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bible Thumper Thursday!...; people know the bible but are still angry and anxious. NY subway shooter arrested…; everyone is Frank James, he is just an extreme example of anger. — Shane from Colorado has a few questions regarding the silent prayer. He asks why the mind never stops and Jesse says it's because the mind is not your own. It is the domain of the devil. Denny from Bulgaria speaks on culture, art and movies today. He was prompted to call in when he heard Jesse talking about the movie "What's Eating Gilbert Grape". Daniel from Texas calls in to speak on why he believes Catholicism is special.
Frank James…; his post about his family and his father are very revealing. Jake from Florida asks if reading the bible will bring him closer to God. Tara from Virginia asks where did Jesse get the term bible thumper. Jason from Buffalo, NY — Back to Jason… Bobby… Nathan from London, England wants to fix his family.
Suspected terrorist Frank James was spotted by an enthusiastic New Yorker and apprehended by police. Elon Musk makes an offer to buy Twitter for $43 billion. Bubba's house is almost struck by lightning and he caught it on camera. NFL and USFL Coach Jeff Fisher joins to talk about the new league coming to Birmingham. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris offer comforting words for struggling Americans. And lastly, TV Producer Adler celebrates the 2nd birthday of his daughter Ruby. Sponsor: Birch Gold - Inflation is already running hot…right at the highs of the last couple decades. And now the Dems are pushing through ANOTHER MASSIVE SPENDING PLAN! 3.5 trillion dollars! So here's the deal… if you think money grows on trees, like our government does, then just keep living in ignorance. If you're freaked out about the impact this additional spending is going to have on already high inflation, then protect your savings… NOW! Diversify your savings into physical Gold and Silver with Birch Gold Group. Birch Gold Group is the company that we recommend for precious metals. They have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, countless 5-star reviews and THOUSANDS of satisfied customers. And they can help YOU protect your hard-earned savings. Thanks to a little-known section of IRS Tax Code, you can legally move your I-R-A or 401(k) into precious metals – with no tax implications or penalties. To get started on protecting your savings with gold in a TAX SHLETERED account, request a free info kit from Birch Gold by texting the word "RICKBUBBA" to 989898. This comprehensive, 20-page kit reveals how gold and silver can protect your savings, and how you can move your I-R-A or 401(k) out of volatile stocks and bonds and into a Precious Metals IRA. Text RICKBUBBA" to the number 989898. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's show we talk mostly about Elon Musk and his plan to buy 100% of twitter, then make it private again. Frank James, the NYC shooter was arrested after he called the police himself from McDonald's. Joy Behar isn't qualified to talk about politics. All that and more! Order Callahan Coffee right now, and while you're at it grab yourself a Bug The Chug Mug! callahancoffee.com Want extra content? Get daily livestreams and one extra show per week on Locals: callahan.locals.com Support our sponsors: mypillow.com/Gerry sheaconcrete.com callahancoffee.com expressvpn.com/callahan
New York Police arrested a suspect in relation to Tuesday's mass shooting on a Brooklyn subway. Frank James was apprehended in Manhattan and is accused of shooting ten people, which resulted in many more injuries as well. Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt signed a bill on Tuesday that makes performing an abortion in the state a felony. Jenny Ma, a Senior Staff Attorney at the Center for Reproductive Rights, joins us to discuss the broader implications of the ban. And in headlines: Ukrainian officials collected the bodies of 765 civilians in Kyiv, the CDC announced that it would extend the federal mask mandate for public transit, and New York health officials have discovered two new Omicron subvariants spreading throughout the state. Show Notes: NY Times: “The shooting left at least 23 people injured. Here's what we know about the victims so far” – https://nyti.ms/3LZOvUI Gothamist: “Mass shooting suspect arrested in Manhattan a day after subway attack” – https://bit.ly/3Omxear Keep Our Clinics – https://keepourclinics.org/ Roe Fund – https://www.roefund.org/ Center for Reproductive Rights – https://reproductiverights.org/ National Network of Abortion Funds – https://abortionfunds.org/need-abortion/ Follow us on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/whataday/ For a transcript of this episode, please visit crooked.com/whataday Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We begin today with the latest update on the Brooklyn shooting, with police apprehending a suspect by the name of Frank James after he was linked to the weapons used to wound 29 people on Tuesday. Time moves forward and another inflation report was released reporting inflation hit 8.5 percent in March, marking the fastest twelve-month pace since 1981. Then, if we didn't have enough updates surrounding Ukraine, Rudy Juliani has officially unlocked all of his 18 devices continuing the investigation to see if he violated foreign lobbying laws by attempting to fire the US Ambassador to Ukraine. Last but not least, Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin of New York resigned on Tuesday after federal prosecutors unsealed an indictment that implicated him in a scheme to enrich his political campaigns with illegal donations. The classic… “You can't fire me, because I quit!” Resources/Articles Mentioned In This Episode: Spectrum News: 'We got him': Suspect in Brooklyn subway shooting taken into custody, officials say NYTimes: Inflation Hits Fastest Pace Since 1981, at 8.5% Through March CNN: Rudy Giuliani unlocks phones for prosecutors in Ukraine-related lobbying probe NYTimes: Lt. Gov. Benjamin Resigns Following Campaign Finance Indictment
I'm Frank James, Bitch! :: Oddities in NYC :: How to refer to people :: The Putin Price Hike :: Where is your line in the sand? :: The right to self-defense :: Generational warfare on Free Talk Live :: David is jacking it in New Mexico :: Bitcoin advocates are psychopaths? :: Show: 2022-04-13 Aria, Bonnie, Ian.
In this episode of The ReidOut, Joy Reid covers the arrest of Frank James, the man suspected of carrying out Tuesday's shooting spree on a Brooklyn subway. The 30-hour manhunt reportedly came to an end after James himself called the police tip line. Rep. Nydia Velázquez of New York, who represents the district where the shooting took place, joins us on these developments. But first we bring you the latest on the war in Ukraine, where we are trying to untangle yet another day of Russian disinformation. Evgenia Kara-Murza, wife of Vladimir Kara-Murza, friend of The ReidOut and Russian opposition politician who has been detained in Russia, joins the show. Then we turn to Georgia Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker, who many see as part of a larger anti-intellectual trend in the GOP. Finally, in this edition of "The Absolute Worst," Joy sets University of Pennsylvania law professor Amy Wax straight, after she made unvarnished White supremacist statements on the Fox News show "Tucker Carlson Today." All this and more in this edition of The ReidOut on MSNBC.
Brooklyn subway attacker at large after multiple people were shot. Frank James was first named by police as a "person of interest" on Tuesday, launching a massive manhunt, and a lawsuit claims Elon Musk harmed shareholders by waiting too long to disclose 9.2% stake. Meanwhile, Special Counsel John Durham continues his focus on the Hillary Clinton Campaign, and New York Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin is charged with bribery and related offenses.Here's your Daily dose of Human Events with @JackPosobiec To get $500 of free silver on a qualifying purchase go to https://allegiancegold.com/POSO/ with code POSO To save on MyPillow go to MyPillow.com/POSO and use code POSOFor more on Turning Point USA's Socialism Sucks series, ‘China: The World's Loan Shark' go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6s4L1Q5yN04
Whitlock welcomes New York Gubernatorial Candidate Andrew Giuliani and Bill O'Reilly of “No Spin News” to break down the tragic subway shooting in New York City. Does suspect Frank James represent the last straw for the Big Apple? Can New York rebound from the left-wing policies that have led to COVID lockdowns and high crime rates? Is New York doomed because of the leadership by Eric Adams, Kathy Hochul, and Keechant Sewell? On "Tennessee Harmony," Jason, the pastors, and Uncle Jimmy tackle the latest drama from Cam Newton. From a scriptural perspective, did the former Carolina Panther have any valid points when he made his recent controversial comments about women? Today's Sponsor: Don't buy imported meat. Good Ranchers delivers delicious, 100% American meat to your door. Get your $30 discount on prime steaks and better-than-organic chicken today. Go to https://GoodRanchers.com/FEARLESS right now! Get 10% off Blaze swag by using code Fearless10 at https://shop.blazemedia.com/fearless Make yourself an official member of the “Fearless Army!” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
There was a shooting in a New York City subway yesterday that shook the United States. Currently, police have identified a 62-year-old man named Frank James as the suspect. In today’s podcast, Byron dissects the motive and facts behind the case and plays some clips from the suspect’s YouTube channel that has since been taken […]
There was a shooting in a New York City subway yesterday that shook the United States. Currently, police have identified a 62-year-old man named Frank James as the suspect. In today's podcast, Byron dissects the motive and facts behind the case and plays some clips from the suspect's YouTube channel that has since been taken down.
Join Jim and Greg as they break down the latest polling on the Senate race in Nevada which has Republican Adam Laxalt ahead of incumbent Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto. They also shake their heads in response to news that Frank James, the suspect in the subway shooting in Brooklyn, was on the FBI’s radar as […]
Join Jim and Greg as they break down the latest polling on the Senate race in Nevada which has Republican Adam Laxalt ahead of incumbent Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto. They also shake their heads in response to news that Frank James, the suspect in the subway shooting in Brooklyn, was on the FBI's radar as recently as 2019. This incident is only the latest in a string of cases where the perpetrator was known to the agency before they committed violent actions. And after two weeks, it is obvious that CNN+, CNN's new premium streaming service, is a pathetic failure with an average viewership of only 10,000 viewers a day.Please visit our great sponsors:My Pillowhttps://www.mypillow.com/martiniUse code MARTINI for the 6-piece My Pillow Towel set for $39.99. SAVE $70!Outerhttps://LiveOuter.com/MartiniSee the difference! Get $300 off and free shipping. Only at LiveOuter.com/Martini
How can you argue what's so obvious? The alleged, crazed shooter in the New York City subway has been writing some very vitriolic political stuff on his social media posts. Seems his motives may have even been political in terrorizing morning commuters yesterday. Yet suspect Frank James, who's a black man - isn't getting the same treatment or coverage a white guy targeting a black Democrat would get today and we all know why. Meanwhile illegal migrants are pouring across our southern border in record numbers and COVID restrictions have been completely removed while citizens in Philly (for now only Philly) are being told they have to mask back up. And sexualizing our kids in the classroom – Glen Youngkin of Virginia tackled it yesterday, but did it go far enough? Fantastic line up today with retired NYPD detective Rob O'Donnell, host of “The Absolute Truth” – Emerald Robinson, and former Chief of US Border Patrol and retired Director of ICE Ron Vitiello.
The Biden administration tries to blame the dire economic numbers on "Putin's price hike," while it's actually due to "Biden's budget balloon." In other news, we look at the inspiring story of a race car driver who was blinded in an accident 10 years ago, but just broke a Guinness World Record by driving a customized car at a speed of 211 mph. The NYPD identifies Frank James as a person of interest in the shooting inside a Brooklyn subway car, where dozens were injured. And lastly, we list our favorite fat baseball players. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Joy Reid leads this episode of The ReidOut with the Brooklyn subway shooting on Tuesday in which a gunman shot at least 10 people during morning rush hour. We then take you to the live press conference during which officials provided an update on the New York City manhunt for the gunman, where a person of interest, Frank James, was named and a $50,000 reward was offered by authorities seeking information to assist in solving this crime. During the press conference, NYC Mayor Eric Adams said of the Brooklyn subway shooting, "This is not only a New York City problem. This rage, this violence, these guns, these relentless shootings are an American problem." Joy Reid and her expert guests then bring you their analysis, with law enforcement expert Frank Figliuzzi suggesting that the Brooklyn subway shooter "probably had some kind of grievance." Listen now to this edition of The ReidOut on MSNBC.