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e us. It ignited our imagination and we were one. Tomorrow is the 50th anniversary of APOLLO landing on the moon APOLLO eleven landing man actually setting foot something that just ten years prior had been unthinkable. We tell you the story in one minute. This is the Glenn Beck program. I want you just for a second think imagine sitting in the cockpit of APOLLO eleven Euro, is your hopes simultaneously pointed towards the sky. You are sitting at a ninety degree. Angle. Knowing that in a few minutes, you're going to be blasting off either toward your own death or or a level of greatness, that few Americans have ever achieved. Think of that
You know you may die on the surface of the moon, but you're to go what you probably don't think about. Is I'm going to be this capsule in this stinking chair for days and imagine if you will how uncomfortable it was. I have a bad back? I don't like you, the astronauts, didn't they wouldn't have made it, but guessing with all the technology that they had the best of the best at the time they wish they had an x chair xg right now. Thirty day, no questions asked guaranteed of complete satisfaction. You don't have any risk most companies, make this offer because most companies don't have a product that no one ever sends back. I want you to it for yourself once you feel next year's patented dynamic, variable, lumbar support or dvl. You
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in one thousand, six hundred and thirty, eight poet John Milton met Galileo, who was elderly at the time and on house arrest. Just for the insistence that the earth revolves around the sun mill it was thirty. At the time year, later, he would include the Galileo. In his epic poem, Paradise lost, he wrote by night, the glass, so Galileo observes imagined land and regions in the moon. Galileo was the first human to study the moon through a telescope and he who's this new technology. To view the lunar surface, for thousands of years. That's all we could do. We could spot on the moon, it was
impossible distance away, what a model eleven he was only fifty years ago, on July Twentieth, nineteen sixty nine Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong became the first humans to actually step foot. On the lunar surface, it's only been a hundred and sixteen years since the Wright Brothers invented the first successful airplane and less than a century after the birth of aviation humans made to the and strong and older and land on the moon, but they also returned safely with the third pilot. Michael Collins. They even went through customs at the Honolulu Airport in Hawaii, and jokingly filled out the entry form they declared moon rocks and moon, and they reported that they had returned with additional pass. They were lucky to be alive, all three of them
but especially Armstrong and Aldrin. He, after detaching from the command module, while moving around the cramped cabin of the lunar module one of the men accidentally dislodged the circuit breaker they controlled the engine, then thirty thousand feet above the moon, in rapid descent modules and on board computer began to send a signal. The computer was overloaded for some reason. Each space flight only had to APOLLO guidance, computers, one was in the command module and the other in the lunar landing module. So you understand an Iphone. Today has a hundred thousand times the processing power of a computer that guide APOLLO eleven to the moon. That's enough memory to have
a hundred and twenty million moon missions all at once from your phone NASA mission Control, they were about seventeen seconds away from a boarding the mission because of the computer issue, but luckily, thanks to the brilliant work of young coders and engineers, the crisis was averted. The lunar module was dangerously low on fuel, it had only two hundred and sixteen pounds which Armstrong and Aldrin needed for the ascent. If they had taken twenty six seconds longer, APOLLO eleven would not have landed now. Imagine as your landing, you get a little gas sign on your dashboard.
This does your landing on the moon and knowing that, if you run out of gas, there is no gas station and there's no way for anyone to rescue you flower. The approach phase now APOLLO 11's forgotten third pilot Michael Collins, was tasked with remaining in the command module. As Aldrin and Armstrong descended onto the moon is, if they don't make it back, a million disasters could have happened. Maybe they would crash which they sort of did. Maybe the clunky space suit would fail. Maybe they would be affected by radiation or maybe they would get lossed bobbling through the moons uneven gravity. Maybe the lunar module wouldn't be able to launch. I mean if anything went wrong. They were stranded, maybe maybe Collins later said he had nightmares about it that there he was alone in space, slowly, unraveling literally
using the dark side of the moon. In an interview later with the New York Times, he said, I'm not going commit suicide. It's coming home by myself. Aldrin and Armstrong knew that I mean I didn't have to discuss it with them. They didn't have to discuss it with me, but it would not have been a good trip home. The Insisted NASA had considered every single possibility, including these ominous outcomes in President Nixon had asked his speech writer, William Safire, to write a speech and a contingency plan in the event of a tragedy. The disaster plan speech thirty years later, sapphire said in an interview. If they couldn't do it have to be abandoned on the moon and left to die there, the men would either have to starve to death, or they have commit suicide
the White House, knew if that happened, Armstrong and Aldrin would be on their own. Nasa would have to cut off all communication and Nixon would to call the mens widows. Then he would solemnly read Sapphire speech to the nation that speech. Gut wrenching. I had never heard it before. It said Fayed has ordained that the men who went to the moon to explore in peace stay on the moon, list in peace, these brave men, Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin- know that there is no hope for their recovery, but they also know that there is hope for mankind. In there sacrifice these two men are laying down their lives in mankind's most noble goal, the search for truth and understanding. They will be mourned by their families and their friends. They will be mourned by their nation
They will be mourned by the people of the world. They will be more into by a mother earth that dared send two of her sons into the unknown. In for exploration. They stirred the people of the world to feel as one in there sacrifice. They bind more tightly the brotha good of man Speech concluded with a note of triumph quote in ancient days when men looked at the stars and saw their heroes in the constellations they could not.
Engine that in modern times we do much the same, except our heroes are epic man of flesh and blood. Others will follow and surely find their way home. Man search will not be denied, but these men were the first and they will remain the foremost in our hearts, for every human being. That looks up to the moon, and the nights to come will know that there is some corner of another world. As for Man Kann, thankfully we don't go to that speech. History played out differently. The lunar module didn't exactly land, gracefully the cabin wasn't properly to pressurize. So when the lanyard attached reporter with enough force, the man landed four miles from their target, but they made the door open to deal Armstrong looked out, the landscape of grain Mosh. They had no idea what they were about to feel as he left from the latter on to the moon. He spoke. These immortal words one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind, President Nixon and then made the first ever presidential call to the moon and told the astronauts that the whole world was proud of them and that because of what you have done, the Heavens, to become part of man's World Armstrong and Aldrin spent twenty one hours on the moon, the ascended, without any issues and return from the command module greedy from their time on the moon, much to the annoyance of college. It's no coincidence that NASA's moon missions were named after APOLLO.
A towering, complicated figure in ancient greek mythology APOLLO was the God of Music poetry in Madison. The patron of sailors nurture of the vulnerable, the God of Light and son and knowledge and truth apollo- represents the best that we as humans can achieve our human spirit, because we're always dreaming of the next impossible discovery before APOLLO. Eleven humans had spent thousands of years desperate to find a way to launch themselves into space over the very least, they had intimately stared up at that Grey Rock above because on a quiet night, if the sky is clear enough, we all feel a certain kinship with the moon, and sometimes it looks
close for whatever reason we wound up here on earth, mostly stuck on land. Despite all of our certainty, we're still clueless about the universe surrounding us, including our own planet, we've only explored about five percent of our ocean. As for outer space, the more we learn about it, the more obvious it becomes that we're in way over our heads. There are ten times as many stars in space than there are grains of sand on the earth. The same hair, a desert is three point: five million square miles of sand, and that's just one of our desserts. The APOLLO eleven Moon landing truly one of our greatest achievements, not as a country but is mankind, redouble our efforts to bring peace and tranquility. There is plenty left over to discover. We are only just beginning to understand our place in this universe. We have an infinite amount of learning to do or according to them again this it's time we all learn that there is no final frontier, I'm all of the of the of all mankind for the I wish I could remember which Astor not it was. I think it was on maybe twelve or
thirteen that was com. His new curves were such steel that he actually fell asleep on the launchpad. Can you imagine that Jim being strapped to a bomb and going to take off and you're going to the moon and you fall asleep you're that com don't think the the boys of APOLLO eleven slept well. In fact, we know that Michael Collins didn't he said he had nightmares full time? Imagine fearing any point in the mission. Something could go wrong. You spend the rest of your short life and the cold void space. I think that would keep, best of us from sleeping. But in our everyday life there's lots of things that keep us from sleeping keep us. Millions of Americans have trouble sleeping at night, I'm one of them. One of the things keeps you awake is the surface on which you rest your head. I just met
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yeah, there's a a greek paradox. I'm sorry I don't remember the name of it, but it's uh. It's a paradox of a of a ship if you leave the harbor and you have all of the replacement parts for your ship, in the whole of the ship and leave harbor but as your sailing, you replace each board with a new board. Is it the same ship that you left with. Is it the same ship if you replace it slowly,. Now you would say: yes, yes same ship, he replaced it part by part If it's in a museum, it's an old chip and somebody wanted to steal that ancient ship and they knew they
just, take it out all at once. They get caught and they came up idea. Why don't we just steal it when bored at a time and will make replacement boards an we put. The replacement in one piece at a time who has the real ship wow they are done, is the same ship it paradox. That they've been talk about since we were making. Stories about the moon and movie gods. But I want you to think. Fifty years ago we went to the moon fifty years ago. I don't remember the moon landing, but I remember the I remember, excitement- and I remember the IRA buy T shirt that I wore. But still remembers the challenge explosion so his experience of the space program. It wasn't
the excitement of a oh that I experienced. It was the tragedy of challenger. Reason why I say this- and I want to point out or two experiences with two space program is because it was in it was a one thousand, eight hundred and twenty six, that it was the 50th anniversary of the declaration of independence and both Adams and Jefferson died July. Fourth, one thousand eight hundred and twenty six on the 50th anniversary that be Neil Armstrong, And and Buzz Aldrin dying today within an hour of each other. That's how markable that was but the people, that were our age, my age, stews age, one! might not have remembered July. Fourth, one thousand seven hundred and seventy six, but could remember the the excitement of the time. The other their
It would probably be the war of one thousand, eight hundred and twelve. They both remembered different America's. I remember the America before nine hundred and eleven still remembers that but my children don't. And as we have gone a long week, keep changing different words in this ship. We call America week Replacing its parts. Are we even the same ship. It's a paradox: I'm not sure we are ' 'cause, we're not the same crew, we're not we're not the same. We
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baby formula. They needed figure out how to get nutrition into a liquid form and the beginning of baby formulas, your computer mouse that way coming from the space program. Believe it or not. Portable running shoes, You notice. Our shoes are very different than the converse we had in the 60s. That's because they had to make a molding process process for the helmets that the that's war and he had to take this rubber and form it in but if the helmet- and they realized wow- that could work for shoes that had know about that. One yeah, Cell phone and cell phone cameras, the the camera technology that we now have in your Iphone, that was originally a
designed design for the space program, so you could have cameras. The microwave oven. We also have ice resistant airplanes. So when you have When you have icing, if we wouldn't be flying in the winter, if it wasn't for the space program, you also have scratch resistant lenses, those were a product of the space program, safer highways has we're trying to figure out how do we land some of these things when we got to the space shuttle? How do we land this? They were concern remembers flying landing. The space shuttle is like a flying. Brick there's just falling it's controlled, it's a control, old crash. There's not you can do, and so you're traveling at this high rate of speed, and they were afraid that if there was
anything on the tarmac, if there was any kind of dust rain, anything that nothing could slide right off of the tarmac, so they vented the grooved payment pavement if you've ever lived in Seattle, you have Mon most of your traffic. Since that didn't happen, you have NASA to thank for it water, filtration survival, blankets, visible, braces, originally developed for NASA for use in missile tracking perform if you've ever had or foam. If you've ever had a Tempurpedic bed that temper form. Spa foam comes from NASA, can you eat backups for just a second NASA is response? for survival. Blankets,
thing they're, wrapping those poor children that have been separated from their families on the border, and so NASA is responsible for those responsible in receivables, racist yeah. So GPS technology. I can't get around without it. Nobody knows how to use a magic jack. I would never get around anyway. I wouldn't I couldn't get home this afternoon without it. You wouldn't think about think about without GPS, because right now I don't. I use gps on everything I used to You remember how good I used to be on just now gating around. I could drop me in any city, and I could be like it's that way now I'm completely lossed. I have no idea where I'm at at anytime in the Dfw. I have no idea. Can they always use gps yeah? So you don't learn it. It's just not good. Not to start. That's probably not good. Remember when I was talking to Ray Kurzweil, and I said he was
talking about how you're going to interface with the internet, something that Elon Musk just use this week, but you're going to interface with the internet, and he said you can upgrade- and I said won't that make us weaker, because we won't have to really learn anything. Won't that make us weaker. He said no, no it'll make us stronger. I wish I would have thought the GPS example, because much weaker on directions now pressure. Another example. I would give this spelling like there was a time in which you know you, people to learn how to spell now, you can yeah you type in the general word into Google, a cup pops up like all. That's how you spell it Eugene change, like you, you know you're typing an email and it just autocorrects the way you're spelling it, but it also makes you a quitter because after about times of trying to spell the word, and it won't give you
egestion change the failure that ultimate failure moment. Wilson, yeah I'll, try to figure out what you're trying to write bad, that's bad. I went on vacation last week and I have a scale at home and the scale is one of these like wifi scales that, like you know you get on it and it tell you know you like record your weight over time, which is at what do you see? A friggin relook is in a lot of events in the one when Jeff he gets on. It says one of the time. Yes, what is that yeah, but in all seriousness I went on vacation and when I came back it didn't recognize me as the same person, it assumes when you step on it like you're, just Ok, well, this person weighs one hundred pounds and now they're one hundred and two. So it must be that person it like categories, like my when Zach steps on it, it's like fifty pounds and then he's fifty two, and it knows it's Zach
gained so much weight. It was like it was this person the hell. Is this really and then I swear to- and I don't know about this part of it, but then I brought it home and on the day I flew back from the airport. I put my I phone up to my and it would not do the face id and liked it it's so fat. My iphone can't recognize me anymore. 'cause. I gotta tell you I haven't. I haven't face recognition thing. It won't ever recognize my face. I like hold it up. Just cameras covered, I'm like damn Brits, not covered, doesn't recognize face, I'm like its main, its main. Oh wait. That's your face covering the camera could be. The same problem could be really I mean it's just it's just ridiculous. You know what I was thinking today about how the market appeared. You know I get up. If you take a shower and think about the mark of the beast obvious, I was actually thinking about technology which led me to the Elon Musk thing and what I take that what I want my daughter to have that 'cause, she can't she will be a candidate for that.
And it will change her and then I thought look at the benefits of that. Then it then that's where I started the mark of the beast, I'm like injected into your head. Now, that's not forehead, so it probably Wouldn't be that and then I started thinking about the people in Sweden that are and underneath their hands right now. There's four thousand people now that have put that little grain of rice thing that gives you yes to everything you don't have to have id. You don't have to have money, blah blah blah blah, and I thought you know. I remember saying: there's no way I'm going to give the government my fingerprints never. Will I give the government my finger, I'm going this week, two, next week. Two! the Department of Homeland Security or whatever it is to get glue
past global entry get global entry where you have to give them all your whole hand. Prints are you know you know all the I'm doing it for kicks I'm yep by what I go, I want the convenience all it's going to save you a good twenty minutes in that line right. It's worth it right. Is that crazy? I would have never given the government, but now for convey. I will next No, it remember when we used to talk about face recognition and how bad that is, I do This gave it to apple yeah, who we know I mean all these guys are in bed with the government is is not good. We know the walls are closing in and were like yeah. Let me give you my face print too we're talking a good savings of one slash, two. Second, every time you login, so that adds up when it comes to the mark of the beast. Implanting a chip, because there is no other way to have money right.
Everyone's going to do it. There's going to be such a small number of people which then brought me to, I have got to teach the Gov revelation to my children, because didn't grow up with it. Like I did, I mean I went to Catholic School, though they're like and the devil is coming. Maybe tonight and you're like whoa, I'm four. Why do I have to learn this now now We really need to teach our children about those signs because it could happen how long was the shower Everly comes out like that was actually about three minutes now I used to think the same thing is because I remember hearing that story as a kid. The whole mark of the beast thing and thinking to myself, like, wouldn't just not do that then. If this, if this will know this is a possibility right right, bad things are associated with it. So maybe like right before when they're like oh we're going to inject you, everyone would just say: well, no remember the whole Bible thing like
we already talked about this, but we're losing that first of it's yeah we're losing it and, second of all it is. We just don't think it overwhelms us in slow spurts, because we assume that the mark of the beast was going be represented like alright, you have to sign up for this or didn't see the convenience factor coming. How did anybody see that the president was vomiting pieces, but his head was spinning around? I don't think we should take this. It's not gonna, be it's not that way. It's that hey this technology is great. In fact, it could save you, children if there ever kidnapped yeah it comes with GPS in it and will be able to track down your kids and save them to try. Try this out for size, think of think of the convenience and how right now it. Right now. We know that China is closing the doors on their society. All is part of it. Google
part of it We also know all the surveillance technology is being built here in America, just not by the state. And yes, we know that Facebook is sing us. We know that Facebook is bad for us. We know that good who is really a dangerous company. It is we just. Doing it and we just we just get Julian deeper deeper. Do you, member that did you watch the I think you did watch continuum. Did yes, I did which hearts out in twenty seventy seven in the future and then they come back to twenty twelve through time travel, but the point of the picture? Is that corporations taken over and they are the government and I used to think I used it all ridiculous come on. Going to be the government Are we headed in that direction or what science fiction writers, as I've, been reading a lot of science fiction? Lately a lot and even got back to I'm right now,
just reading Frankenstein Ango back in just seeing what you know. Why did Mary Shelley write Frankenstein? It was was going on in her life. She was really a tortured soul. She had lost her daughter, I think, really horrible things that happen, but she had attended a science of show. If you will that code reanimation and it just showed electricity and how did the they took a dead frog attached electrodes to it then, you know generated some electricity hit, those elect and the frog moved. Okay and so it was her she's back to life engines that but yeah, just moved and noble never seen that before, and so the idea back then was science might be able to regenerate life. Didn't have that don't have that ability, but science.
The same thing happened with. We can create the perfect human back in the forty using 30s with the Nazis. It didn't work. We now have the technology to do some of these things. So, man has been going down this road for a of be very long time and it and science is just catching up to man most terrific and Hoar Riffic dreams, and it's here- it's really hear this and I don't think we're thinking about it. Cuz we're so distracted by. I got to so many likes on Facebook. Yeah and just become used to all this stuff. I remember what it was and in Houston and the toll tag thing was a big deal to Houston Texans. I got along great now
it goes in. I don't know wherever. I am then see that on the toll will know where I am they'll know my name and they'll know all my life, and now we give up our information so quickly and so easily. We don't even think about it. You know- and nobody is talking in Congress, about protecting our information- that one of the yes things that could be done right now and should be done. Is that you are in charge. You are the only owner of any information that that is on you, so in other words any facebook or anybody else collecting things you have yes to it and you you can say, dump it it's mine, that's me, that's Part of me's should be is the way it should be, but we're not getting it? we are allowing people to do profiles on us. Our spouses no us as well as Facebook knows us. We,
most likely don't know ourselves as well as Facebook knows us, and certainly Google, how much information do they have keys I have no access to it. That's me: that's mine. That's part of me we've given for free the government. Needs to say you have no right to that information. Pat anything particular on the podcast you to direct people to today. Uh, just background leashes in general, because it's all It's all just fantastic salfeld. It's not really getting this car out. Alright! Alright. Thank you very much bill. O'reilly is coming up here in just a second standby bill, O'Reilly in fifteen minutes. Alright car shield- I don't think Bill- is going to be talking about the mark of the beast or any of these Is it take long enough showers? You know he does now. He doesn't okay anyway, car shield. Car shield has saved me thousands of dollars, thousands of dollars.
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Boy. There is a time to talk to Bill Reilly about he's, got a new op ed out that I think is spot on. It needs to be heard by everybody gets bad parenting, not capitalism. That is the main cause of income inequality in America. How true that is also the fiftieth anniversary of APOLLO eleven. I believe Walter Cronkite looks to bill as a much older, briefly much much older brother and what you say to a mentor, yes, sort of a mentor sort of almost like a grandfather and so you'll. Remember the moon, landing and I'd love to hear his take on that and where we should be going now. Also, the president, the president, has had all kinds of issues this week with the press. I can't wait to hear him speak about the LAN Omar, a o c, and the Trump controversies of the week in one minute is the Quebec program. Let me tell you about to Kobus takeover
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Revolving around the president, but let's start with, let's start with the moon landing bill. How are you good. Can you just before we get to that? Can you spell that booty again? So I can't no, I can't understand, thank you when you hold up big cards for back, he had played somebody. Thank you, alright. So Bill you were what sixty eight when we landed on the moon. I was there here? I was there. Nobody knew I stowed away on the APOLLO. It's great. What was what? What is your memory of the day that we landed on the moon? I don't really have too much of a memory of that, see your no. I I you know you gotta, understand my persona. I I have trouble putting gas in my car at the self service. Yeah. You know what I have to put the card in and then the nozzle in and this button, so technology just frightens me:
I do remember watching it and feeling proud of my country I was number one a number two? I would just have. No, idea how they pull this stuff off, but we were like fifteen right yeah somewhere in there. It was uh in the teenage years which, for me or Graham, I must say, I led the league and dopey teenage frolicking uhm, but I'm actually. This was a big event. I think, RON Carter. Remember I watched his coverage. He everybody talks like I like the mustache on Walter. That's it did didn't have anything to do with his rep rataje ring like that uhm, but anyway, you're right when it people don't really understand number one outcomes complicated. This is an all you have to do is look at the astronauts who were killed
when the spacecraft exploded and all that I very very dangerous and number two that the technology that is our along the way, has changed everybody's life. So we would and the drones and the satellites- and I live shots from here there and everywhere, and none of that would be happening unless We had the space situation. Well, they say people say oh yo yo course look at Ellon Musk. What they don't understand is where we were at the time we might have you know we might be on the moon today. Maybe maybe, but it the time it takes it the entire country to rally around it and, quite honestly, many of the things that we have now we or from the inspiration of the moon program and the dedication of the edgecator at the time to
emphasize the science in kids to try to get them to say it, be an astronaut everybody wanted to be an astronaut by then you know everybody's running around, but the real motivator to go to the moon was to defeat the Soviet Union Correct and that's why Kennedy uh an Johnson and all these guys. They basically put israeli into dollars into this NASA development, because we feared that Soviet Union. We get space weapons and then they be up there and uh the moon would be communist and so the political component really led to the scientific achievement, which of course, most people don't understand Well. Why are we doing this? Why don't we just take that money and rebuild Detroit? You know that kind of thing, but I think the Overarch for fifty years later is basically your country. Did this
and and your country, the dominant force in the world then and now. Weird bill is a proud of that. You say that the you know your country did this and I think many Americans felt that way. They were very proud of of the moon landing and stay our. I am very proud of what our country did over the rest of the world. It was one of those weird events where the to the world. Yes, they knew that it was America that did it, but they interpreted it at the time. As this wasn't just an american accomplishment. This wasn't emplacement of in kind because they still viewed. America, as a place of dreams where anyone could come and accomplish incredible things, so they yes is american, but it was it at a higher level, and I think that, what's still is felt by most people,
that was not american, that was humankind yeah. In boulder and really was clever in the way he marketed, that one small step for man and giant step for mankind. Ok, so I I have no problem with that at all. I'm not you know. Jingle Westra National, lesser or chauvinist by uh about American. I want the war. I want to be proud that human beings were able to accomplish too. That's that's a good thing right, but I also want the world to recognize the nobility of America and they don't it doesn't it did at time it doesn't need, but you still have you still had a tremendous cold war. Situation and had threats all over the place and expansion of communism, and so you did have that back then, but you know today The world watches news coverage from America and the DOM
that theme is. America is terrable, yeah, well, even the even the moon landing. The social justice warriors are saying this was, just a white male event: we're not supposed to celebrate it 'cause, it's a white male event who I haven't heard that she had. No, I don't doubt that it's happening I'll, give you the stories, but hold it just it folds into the and this is so fascinating to me, because this could never happen with the media's consent and approval. It could never happen, the four women, the radical women in Congress. Nobody even know who they are, if not for the embracing them, and so so we're going to have individual crankson loons forever. We've always had them, but the difference today is, crank San the loons if they disparage the United States are give
a unique platform yeah. They are by the New York Times and Washington Post in the everybody at least the news and notes on that yeah and that never happened before other than Vietnam. Now Vietnam was very very similar because his call for it, the crazier you got the more famous you got: Ie Abbie Hoffman, Jerry, Rubin, the Chicago seven, the black pants, the naughtier you were. The more ant american you were in the late sixties, early seventies or more famous. You got this. Is a replay of that that we're seeing now I want to talk to a little bit more about that. What happened this week, the controversy with Donald Trump in the a lot of Marin, a o c in the squat squad we We come back in one minute, standby, also you're doing an eagle, Omar Special next Wednesday and our on her roots. Something that we,
and following very very closely for the last year, We've been watching the the excellent I think, reporting that's been coming from David Steinberg and we are hopefully going have him on, but I want it. We want to do an hour long, special next Wednesday, only and blaze tv- you won't want to miss it. It's a very complex case, but I think with the Chalk Board in possibly some finger puppets. I can make it understandable and show you why why it is being said about. Elon Omar, must be looked into all right. Bill. O'reilly is going to be joining us on the cruise through history. In fact, can you bring bill back up? Bilham. I am I my life preserver already. I know I know uh, have you heard the news that Jim Caviezel may be coming with US
man and then will reenact the passion movie, a passion will reenact right, I mean: can we gotta get him drunk or something 'cause? He would never do this on his own, but the imagine the we could play in Israel with Jesus right and your reason is coming 'cause, I'm going. You know that right, yeah! No, I don't know that anyway. So we've got just a great thing. You can hang out with us uh on these amazing sites in Athens and Venice and the Holy Land bill, and I are going to be doing a show together in Israel, when we, when we get to Israel and also we have shows throughout the trip on board as well, come with us come with us. This is the last day that you can get the the special early bird price which is four hundred dollars cheaper. Today's the last day bye for your parents- and you know what bright for
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Elon Omar, and you know the the pack of four here right, the president came out and he said- and I think this is what he meant and and echoed the sentiments of a lot of Americans. Look if you don't like it here, if you hate America, so much ghost someplace else there are one hundred and sixty nine of their choices, go so place else, and I think that frustration that a lot of people are feeling because we're con constantly being run in the mud. Then he later did he later said. You know, you know, send him back or send them home or something like that. Send it back They came from that. Into a race thing. First of all, do you think that was a racist comment? Okay, let's, let's break this down in advance the story for a Glenn Beck listeners First of all, this is
strategy on the part of Donald Trump and his campaign to get reelected. So not really running against a Democrat. You know he will diminish and a mean whoever is nominated, but that's not what he's going to run against he running it's a system and he's divining. The system is radical left, so democratic Party is radical left, that's what he's running against all right! That's the strategy and what better way to illustrate that right out of the box tend to take the four radical congresswoman Ann. I never refer to them by the way as the squad. Why? Because this is a promotional opportunity for the women that the meat has given them a nickname. So I don't use it. I don't there are squad, I don't think they're in the military. I don't think any of that there Visuals have decided to run for office been successful and so who are radical left and
feel America is not a noble nation. That's who they are, okay, send them back hear about sending them anywhere. I don't either now so Donald Trump doesn't care about sending them anywhere either. It's not like he says. Well, let's send them back to Somalia, that's not what he does. It's really too bad that the United States States trump. My upcoming book is an out now because then everybody would know how the president thinks about these things. They don't know that now, but I'll throw out one question: if there were four, Michael Congress, who were white, say and doing the same things as the women of color. Do you not think Donald Trump, diminish them and demean them and attack them verbally, of course he would. Of course he would, and you know what
then Nancy Pelosi was doing that just a few days before yeah, but it's different playing with pillows but trump he it doesn't matter. Does everybody for get lock her up crooked Hillary? what color was Hillary, so if Donald Trump would do that to anybody of any color? How can you say it's ray so bill? Have you ever seen a you remember when I was on on Fox and I said the infamous statement, I think the press, That is racist, and then I immediately said: no, that's not quite right. He just see just to have a deep seated hatred for the White culture and a commentator I'm trying to figure it out. That was a bone, it's thing to say, but I was just thinking aloud, there's something not right. He doesn't understand the american culture.
And I got all kinds of heat for it. How dare you say that blah blah blah the press has not just said. I don't know, I'm trying to figure it out. He he seems to have a problem. Instead, this time all reporters have been saying he is. This is a racist and this is a racist statement and the reason they're doing. That is because they're nervous. They being depressed, they hate Trump Press. Ninety percent of the national media falls into that category. Alright, They are very concerned that he will be re elected because there's app chaos within Democratic Party and if the next even if you'll allow me I'll tell you what's going to happen the next debate so anyway, the press is very, very nervous. So what they do is they fall back?
The easiest smear that you can yes right, right, you're, racist, okay and again, if you had book in your hand, right ready for annual get it a couple of weeks back you're, getting an advance copy, you'll see that there is a pattern of behavior and Donald Trump. When it comes to race, it's fascinating how he is race and it's not at all. What's been reported, it's not that he's been nine toward African Americans are people. Where he's not, he doesn't care, he doesn't care. He is not a guy who isolates groups and says well this guy to get this in this group should get that he doesn't do that Barack Obama did that, but Donald Trump doesn't do that. So this whole thing basically is working to Trump's advantage
one this I agree. Whole numbers are up yeah, is Raleigh in North Carolina went out and he just up them again and if you watch the post Bridge on CNN and MSNBC body. Language of those commentators was, you know, I think we're going to win this he said he's a racist, eight hundred and thirty thousand times, and it's not sink in all right. So trump's going to run against the Radick system and he's right, which has dominated the credit in the recent months. That's well! Let me let me ask you quickly here before the break about the the killing impeachment the impeachment effort. What does that say to you she blows. He told her members that we are not
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Who is about to tell us what he thinks is going to happen in the next debate with the Democrats? Okay, so what I've done on billoreilly dot com? Your second favorite website to your own is to basically try to stay ahead of the police, story rather than do it. Cable news does which to me I find incredibly boring. Alright is just too a contrived reaction. Two arrived events. Alright, so here's I think is going to happen in the democratic debate. Ten days from now, you've got by not holding a fairly significant lead in the polls. If you go to will clear politics: you get! The numbers. Are there so the challengers, a legitimate challengers are only three of them. Okay, there is
is Bernie Sanders who's on the fade and he's never in a million years going to get the nomination, but he's still in play Elizabeth Warren is coming up a little bit and believes that she can the nomination, and then you got Kamala Harris who is quietly assembling a pretty powerful team. However, you've got a Knock Biden out of the box so they crippled them when I maybe not crippled, they heard him last time around on the bussing with Kamala. Harris now gives another shot at him, 'cause Harris stage with him again. I did the CNN thing alright, so it's going. He basically Bernie against Elizabeth in one night and Harry against by any other night here's how Harris is going to go against biting you ready under President Obama, for eight years there were three one million elite
aliens deported in this country, three million. By contrast: two and a half years of Trump seven hundred and fifty eight thousand that's my name is already been asked about it and says I have no problem: three million being deported, Is everybody knows open borders is a signature of the current democratic party? Paris is got to go into that Pristiq to say how dare you, how dare you applaud that for tation of three million poor migrants, most of whom were fleeing injustice? How can you possibly do that? That's where Harris is going to go. What's her record, what's her record in California, choose a probably doesn't have much of a record as attorney general there she's, because Calif he has never ever
since Ronald Reagan left the governorship ever shoot a hard line against illegal immigration, which is why the state now okay, emanated by foreign nationals, they've, never done it Harris can basically say. I didn't pursue anybody. I could've, but as the DNA in San Francisco. I didn't do that and I didn't do that as attorney general. California, the Mean Guy Joe Biden, you're the anti immigrant guy okay now, possibly will not happen. If the deal is made. Do you know what the deal is back? Yes, I do all right. Let me just restate it. The deal is that the and people will say to the Harris people ease up if our guy gets the nomination. Kamala is going to be VP.
And he's only going to stay for four years, all right and then she takes over. She gets the shot at the presidency. Harris will take that deal because Harris probably can't beat by one on one. In the primary system, because people don't really know her she's radical, an her performance at the cab or hearing was a disgrace to our justice system, so she probably can't be plus Harris has a lot of stuff in her background that the press won't report but it will come out. And she doesn't want that. She doesn't want to be so here in that way. Let me just ask you this, because I saw the egos inside campaigns in the last in the last campaign I saw how people that
could have made deals didn't make deals, because they all just thought I'm going to win. No, I I'm going to win and I'm more important and that person and that person doesn't know I mean they. They, I have to be uh arrogant enough to run. For president, I mean that in a knot pejorative sort of way they have I believe in themselves enough that they are the one to be able to go and do that they don't seem to listen to deal making at least this early in the game. Yes there's validity, what you say, but the polls, the polls an You know Harris, I don't believe, but I could be wrong. Obviously I mean there may be a way for her to get some traction, but I'm not- not so sure and this is a safe bet for her. This saves her off
a lot of angst. Yes, it does to make this deal and vinyl. It is old, a heartbeat if he feels that this is. You know, stop the attacks on him, which he can't defend. How's he going to defend the deep location of three million migrants to a party there, open borders he going to do it and so you don't think, wouldn't do it. You don't think Warren and Sanders alone with to Harris backing away, not defending, but you do Warren and Sanders alone could put enough dense into Biden. Camaro aren't going to elect or nominate. Socialists did not right, ok, so they are not saying. No, I'm not saying that they're going to I'm not saying they're going to win, but you don't think that they can put enough dance now. Look
Sanders is an old white man and that's his problem right now. Okay, so he's white. If he was a first color of a different story, all right, Warren is an elderly white woman. That's her problem and the par the Democratic Party is basically marketing itself to younger Americans, Anne Minority Americans. So it's Camilla Harris she's, not young, but she's, not old Harris checks off all the boxes. Yes, but can't be Biden in in most of the states because she could be Trump. It came out ours against Trump. Yes, only if Trump makes a myriad of mistakes, and the economy goes south on him fast. I think Harris could probably yet on the initial bump about forty five percent
the electorate to even take a look at her. That's what that's not bad! That's not bad Harris has far more appeal than Sanders or warrant because they're so extreme Harris plays this kind of game. She is. Extremist, if you really on she wanted it? Yes, she is. He doesn't come across that way, all right, but. So Harris is the is the threat. Now you go. Booted judge booty, just very articulate he's gonna hang around, because why not? What else does he have to do all right? Well Really right, I don't have to do yeah. I know I mean CNN, wants some he'll go there you'll see him, show he's not commentator. Eighteen he's going to wipe out everybody at CNN soon, 'cause, it's such a disaster, booty judges gonna be on there.
You wouldn't seats, so I wait wait, wait! Let me go back to this 'cause. I this fascinating, You say that CNN they're going to fire everybody there, the eighty and he's going to wipe out the whole squad. Now I use the word squad for them right, okay, so when you say that is that, is that mean a total re brand of CNN? I mean how do they read resuscitate this day? Half I if they don't do it by putting booted judge in there. Well now, You do because booty judges very charming and articulate is not a crazy guy. He may be so you're going fire everybody and then replace him with a whole bunch of other people that are still far left that are more Reasonable how is Anderson Cooper? You can he's protected okay, but we gotta get rid of and lemon. You can't get rid of either so you gotta them around. You've got to inject some youth in some sense ability and,
a judge whether you like not or not, is a very articulate, charming guy. He is so he's going to be. The centerpiece of what Att tries to do it and then they're, not going to say we're, not liberal anymore. They were going to get back to our roots of reporting. That's what they're gonna say: well, yeah haha, but booty judges, gonna be front and center so earth is why stay in. And run around is a right. Now we don't have anything to do and be knows he's got the CNN thing in his pocket. Alright Bill O'Reilly, send me your send me your galley as soon as you can I'm going on an eighteen hour, plane ride here in two weeks and Anile. I can read it on that you going back. I actually going to reunite a mother who thought her daughter was dead. Everyone in the family was killed. The Nazarene fund, our charity, mercury, one red, the mother, moved her to Australia three years after
We found her daughter alive. She was a sex slave for five years. We just all the mother and said your daughter is alive and I get to go bring her. What kind of story? Where was the daughter held captive? I don't. I don't want to give you the details only because I don't know, I think she was in Syria, but I don't for sure. Well, Congratulations to you! That's and I will send you the galley, but you gotta keep busy I will. I will write: ok, great, it's great, you got it, you got it, you got it. I got it alright bill. Thank you so much double bill, O'Reilly from billoreilly dot com. You can see bill and get his analysis everyday at billoreilly, dot, com x, chair stew, and I we had a revelation this week, a breakthrough with Stu. The chair is so comfortable, and this is absolutely true. It is so comfortable Rible in its factory settings. I have
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just by and we'll get into Knox, is very complex. It is, but there are, there are definitely several perjury charges and tax charges. That are felonies. We don't have we're going to go back and show you how she got here to America, which is It was not legal. The way it happened, the way it happened, but I don't I don't want to go there as when you understand the story, you'll kind of understand and say: ok, I'm not going to hold kid risk, I'm sorry for this and it was such a bad situation. Let's just forget about that. Let's just call that yeah. I'm I'm I'm only concerned about the stuff when she's in adults and their rack there's a lot and there's a lot to their there's a lot there yeah it's going to be interesting and one of the things we talked about because we've we've discussed some of these things on radio, but we over this weekend.
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The fusion of entertainment and enlightenment- it was fifty years ago that man actually stepped on the surface of the moon fifty years ago, but it was just a few years before that that no one thought man could go to the moon and John F Kennedy stepped up and said: we're not only going to go to the moon and return a man, but we're also going to do it by the end of the decade, everything that was going on in the 1960s. There was a choice you could reach for the stars or roll in the mud at Woodstock. We, Talk a lot about just the rolling in the mud
just take a few minutes and talk about reaching for the stars, and what that meant to America will do that in one minute. Is the Glenn Beck program? You know one of the main reasons to embrace NASA and what they did back in the 60s and 70s. Is that they not only inspired people just by watching them, but they really forwarded the progress of mankind us forward. A lot of the things that were developed for the moon launch and for the space program have a did our lives, but also it changed us in a way it it. It gave people my age and older pro and end something to strive for. It was a different world was a new mental task of putting astronauts in space and eventually one on the moon and it forced
the smartest people on the planet to invent and innovate, and we are a direct fit of a lot of that, but today that elemental inertia drive to make better products better people better life, it's still part of America. It's still as there are people that want to do that everyday and it is really one? of the driving forces behind the guys that have Did the x chair a great great chair with DINA make very able lumbar support or d v. L, it's going to be bringing relief to your back in a very powerful way it does mine. I love this chair, no questions asked guaranteed, complete satisfaction? You don't have any risk, and most these can't make that, because I mean you can't you can't send a chair out and then have people send it back. You go bankrupt, noble and your chair back, because it's a tastic, chair
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the glass, so Galileo observes imagined land and regions in the moon. Galileo was the first human to study the moon through a telescope, and he used this new technology to view the lunar surface for thousands of years. That's all we could do. We could spot on the moon. It was
impossible distance away. It was only fifty years ago, on July 20th, one thousand nine hundred and sixty nine, that Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong became the first humans to actually step foot. On the lunar surface, it's only been one hundred and sixteen years since the Wright Brothers invented the first successful airplane and less than a century after the birth of aviation. Humans made it to the moon. Not only did the Armstrong and Aldrin Land on the moon, but they also returned safely with the third pilot. Michael Collins. They even went through customs at the Honolulu Airport in Hawaii, and jokingly filled out the entry form they declared moon rocks and Moondust, and they reported that they had returned with. Additional passively waiting for the astronauts that they were lucky to be alive, all three of them.
But especially Armstrong and Aldrin. You see after detaching from the command module, while moving around the cramped cabin of the lunar module one of the men accidentally dislodged the circuit breaker. They controlled the engine within thirty thousand feet above the moon, in rapid descent tools and on board computer began to send a signal. The computer was overloaded for some reason. Each space flight only had to APOLLO guidance, computers, one was in the command module and the other in the lunar landing module. So you understand an Iphone. Today has a hundred thousand times the processing power of a computer that guide, the APOLLO eleven to the moon. That's enough memory to have
a hundred and twenty million moon missions all at once from your phone NASA mission control. They were about seventeen seconds away from a boarding the mission because of the computer issue, but luckily, thanks to the brilliant work of young coders and engineers, the crisis was averted. The lunar module was dangerously low on fuel. It had only two hundred and sixteen pounds which Armstrong and Aldrin needed for the ascent. If they had taken twenty six seconds longer, APOLLO eleven would not have landed now. Imagine as your landing, you get a low gas sign on your dashboard,
just as your landing on the moon and knowing that, if you run out of gas, there is no gas station and there's no way for anyone to rescue you flower. The approach phase now APOLLO 11's forgotten third pilot Michael Collins, was tasked with remaining in the command module as Aldrin and Armstrong descended onto the moon. What happens if they don't make it back A million disasters could have happened, they would crash which they sort of did. Maybe the clunky spacesuit would fail. Maybe they would be affected by radiation. We can maybe they would get lossed bobbling through the moons uneven gravity. Maybe the lunar module wouldn't be able to launch. I mean if anything went wrong. They were stranded, maybe maybe Collins later said, he had nightmares about it, there? He was alone in space, slowly, unraveling literally facing
dark side of the moon In an interview later with the New York Times, he said I'm not going to commit suicide, coming home by myself Aldrin and Armstrong knew that I mean I didn't have to discuss it with them. They didn't have to discuss it with me but it would not have been a good trip home. The does that NASA had considered every single possibility, including these ominous outcomes in President Nixon, had asked his speechwriter, William Safire, to write a speech and a contingency plan in the end of a tragedy, the Blue, disaster plan speech. Thirty years later, sapphire said in an interview: if they couldn't do it, They'd have to be abandoned on the moon and left to die. There the men would either have to starve to death or they have commit suicide.
The White House new, if that happened, Armstrong and Aldrin, would be on their own. Nasa would have to cut off all communication and Nixon. Would call the men's widows Then he would solemnly read Sapphire speech to the nation that speech it's gut wrenching. I had never heard it before it said fade his odeen that the men who went to the moon to explore in peace, stay on the moon, Justin, peace, these brave men, Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin- know that there is no hope for their recovery. They also know that there is hope for mankind in there? Gryfice These two men are laying down their lives in mankind's most noble goal, the search for truth and understanding. They will be mourned by their families and their friends. They will be mourned by their nation.
They will be mourned by the people of the world. They will be mourned by a mother earth that dared send two of her sons into the unknown in exploration. They stirred the people of the world to feel as one in there sacrifice, they bind more tightly the hood of man. This each concluded with a note of triumph quote. In ancient days when men looked at the stars and saw their heroes in the constellations they could not
managing that in modern times. We do much the same, except our heroes are epic man of flesh and blood. Others will follow and surely find their way home. Man search will not be denied, but these men were the first and they will remain the foremost in our hearts, for every human being. That looks up to the moon, and the nights to come will know that there is some corner of another world. As for Man Kann, thankfully we don't know all the words of that speech. History played out differently. The lunar module didn't exactly land gracefully. The cabin wasn't properly to pressurize so when the lander detached reporter with enough force, the man landed four miles from their target, but they made the door open. He'll Armstrong looked out the landscape of grain Mosh. They had no idea what they were about to feel as he left from the latter on to the moon. He spoke. These immortal words one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind, President Nixon and then made the first ever presidential call to the moon and told the astronauts that the whole world was proud of them and that because of what you have done, the Heavens, to become part of man's World Armstrong and Aldrin spent twenty one hours on the moon, the ascended, without any issues and return from the command module greedy from their time on the moon. Much to the annoyance of college. It's no coincidence that NASA's moon missions were named after APOLLO.
A towering, complicated figure in ancient greek mythology. Apollo was the God of music, poetry and medison. The patron of sailors nurture of the vulnerable, the God of Light and son and knowledge and truth apollo- represents the best that we as humans can achieve our human spirit, because we're always dreaming of the next impossible discovery. Before APOLLO. Eleven humans had spent thousands of years desperate to find a way to launch themselves into space over the very least. They had intimately stared up at that Grey Rock above because on a quiet night, if the sky is clear enough, we all feel a certain kinship with the moon. Sometimes it looks
close, for whatever reason we wound up here on earth, mostly stuck on land. Despite all of our certainty, we're still clueless about the universe surrounding us, including our own planet, we've only explored about five percent of our ocean. As for outer space, the more we learn about it, the more obvious it becomes that we're in way over our heads. There are ten times as many stars in space than there are grains of sand on the earth. The same hair, a desert is three point: five million square miles of sand, and that's just one of our desserts, the APOLLO eleven Moon, landing. Truly one of our greatest achievements, not as a country but is Man Klein, redouble our efforts to bring peace and tranquility. There is plenty left over to discover. We are only just beginning to understand our place in this universe. We have an infinite amount of learning to do or according to them again as it's time, we all learn that there is no final frontier, I'm all they have they of all mankind. For the thanks to call was for making this portion of the program possible.
It made me think a lot about my childhood, this 50th anniversary, it's kind of me by surprise. Somewhere in America, within the sound of my voice right now, there is a man who kid knew: the basics of how to fly a spaceship before even learn how to drive a car whose too young to learn how to drive a car, even if his baseship was made out of cardboard boxes and his helmet was cardboard and tin, foil, She knew how to fly and he. He made himself a solemn vow as a child will only a child could could mow this kind of valve that one day he would stand on that giant rock in the sky. There is this boundless curiosity that was barely contained. Is framed. It drew him towards lofty concepts. The dream
has grown stronger since he got older choose to do things not because they were easy because because they were hard, maybe it makes more sense to him and he applied himself and tried to succeed at everything that he said his hands on. As long ago now, perhaps. And some things worked out better than he planned. Some things worked out, not exactly the way he planned He made headway in the world, maybe a g. The dream or two, but most He fell on the same rocky surface of life. That most of us do is gravity, pulls us back down to earth. There was no NASA, there was no corvette club for him, but there was life lived in the service of in way, slowly killing off that little boy, but replacing him with a man and yet. Somewhere in America, within the sound of my voice, there. Is that man with a little
of life left in that boy, and sometimes On a cool evening when the sun goes down in the cicadas sing their ceaseless oratorio, he might go out and stare at the sky. Look at that. Moon. Have some of the same old feelings of being young and filled with dreams. I remember what it was like when I was a kid and I wore red and white painted cowboy boots. It may Do you feel, like you were the sheriff made? like you, were in gun, shot in Gunsmoke with your cap gun, cheap and clay. He boots with in Chester she painted gun. But somewhere in America there, Like me, they want to revive that young soul buried inside and uh a bit of that comes alive when I put on my tecovas boots.
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Or and it may be and or it can push you into things- you never thought you could do Some of the people- I know that are military vet. They are some of the most incredible people that I know. I want to tell you a story about Tony and Melissa: they in Virginia. I talked their neighbors. The fans of the show. They were surprised when we called they were Build that it was us that was reaching out. He's a marine corps officer he's a major station in DC. He's now working for a member of Congress before in two years at the Pentagon. He's married has two little girls,
they were, they were moving to Fairfax. And. They moved in and the neighbors came across the street and they were the first to welcome them in there. Just great great people. Well, they were getting to move, getting ready to move and. The government trucks that we ship all of our soldiers stuff in that, because it's You could just call U haul, as you're working for the so you get what you get well, some of these trucks there so badly damaged, because the government is screwing around with changing over systems that this particular rock hadn't had repairs done to it. It's set and all of everything they owned, every
things they owned, burn down, Emily didn't find out about it for four days, and now they nothing that guy who has served his country. We can't go to the moon, but we can change their life, and I want to talk to you about that when we come back, let's rock this person's world. Let's change this family's trajectory, you're listening to the land back, all right use! U s c c a which is the United States concealed Carry association, has another great opportunity for you to win a brand new expensive gun, but have to act right now, they're giving you nineteen chances to win a thousand dollars to buy an expensive new Glock nineteen. Their mission is to train and protect responsibly armed Americans. Just like you and me, I'm a supporter of the second amendment they are. I know you are that's. Why
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I want to tell you the story of Tony and Melissa. They have five kids, the end of June on the twenty ninth. They had a moving truck holding the household goods of this, this family, this army, family and caught fire due to a mechanical issue, well They were moving with the armed forces and they were moving Texas from Virginia. And there surance now only covers one slash three of the value of their goods, which included everything that all the memorabilia from his military service for thirty years pieces furniture that they had collected in Germany all over the world as they served all of those memories. All of the pictures everything they had, including
everything the kids had all the bears and stuffed animals from their beds, all the footballs and baseballs and everything last between one hundred and fifty and two hundred thousand dollars of, of their life, that's not being reimbursed. And they were just going on and somehow or another. This really humble, optimistic family is just we're going to be fine. The family only found out about the fire, because the fire department posted a picture on twitter and a friend saw it an knew that that truck was the truck They had posted on their website with the family. Standing behind it saying we're off to Texas and the friend said I think, the truck that it's burned down. Was the you had all your stuff in that's how they found out four days after the fire.
The neighbor has decided to start a go fund me page and I'd love to rock this family's world. They have a all of one hundred thousand they have nineteen thousand dollars raised so far This is a really everything we've heard about this family, a really good, humble family. And they're on their way to Texas, Texas. This may I suggest that we do Texans do best and we welcome this family with open arms and we help them in their plight and share some of the wealth that we might have fun. If kids, nothing Nothing from this family is left. Imagine everything you have erased. Why you want talk about starting over? Well, let's help them. You can go to the gofundme dot com. If you search for army family moving fire, you able to find it army family, moving fire or you can go to my facebook page
uh. I think it will be up at Glenn Beck COM, we're going to tweet it out. Is it up on Instagram and it's up on your twitter right now? Ok, so you'll be able to find it, but please, let's this family's world go to Gofundmee dot com search army, family moving fire do at now and what's help put some salve on the wounds of this family. It amazing piece a perspective there to Glenn. If you read the the account use went through everything that happened as family yeah, he served our country for all this time and all these amazing things they've done, and then they have. This tragic loss of you know they're out, like a couple hundred thousand dollars. Potentially here people don't step step up and the at the bottom, the write up, they have here's a story on the fire, and so you click on it. You get a new story, the news stories just about how people are Pist off. They were sitting in traffic behind the trailer that burned, and it's
you realize how many times have you done that every person is guilty of this like what is going on and then you realize, and you don't think of it. As I mean there's lots of stuff that if I had in a moving truck that would be destroyed, that would be of great value that I would be really sad, but it's not the same as my son's baby blanket that my sister made for him that he still has. I mean he using it, but he still has it. You know it's the things that animal you know a polar bear that I got for my daughter when I was in Alaska and brought it home and we, you know, did fly kisses in and polar bear. Hugs. That's a memory, it's gone, you lose those things and they're gone and those are the things that I really mean stuff, but anyway,
This ties in by the way to another story that I don't think people really understand this comment. If you'll love socialism you're gonna, love, medic, air, you're, gonna, love all the great things that our military gets right. Now, if you work for the government, you don't you get what they send you and and there sending these military trucks and, as there are changes to the the polisy. This is the government policy the moving companies are holding off on buying new equipment and then potentially delaying needed maintenance on their existing equipment because they don't Well, if they're going to be doing business with the government, because the government is thinking we're just going to do, private will just you can get a? U haul truck or you can call your own thing and you know
like the rest of everybody does so these moving companies that have been getting these sweetheart deals from the government. They're, really not the best. They're not doing maintenance, some of them and the fire was a result of a failed brake on an interior tire for the trailer and apparently it's because of these changes that the government hasn't decided if they're going to do or not. So it's just just an extra cherry on top. Don't you love the government and tone to love. Socialism here, so just in and of itself is going to be great yeah. There's an interesting article about about Kamala Harris is Medicare for all yeah, which doesn't seem to make any sense at all, shut up, she's back and forth on this, whether private insurance is going to be legal or illegal, yeah right. We know that well,
in November. Ninety four percent of doctors take private insurance, but ninety percent take Medicare. Now, though, Medicare only pays the doctor twenty percent of what a charge for everybody else, but It's like don't worry about it. The doctors are already you're going to be able to keep your doctor because the doctors are already in the Medicare plan. So bizarre, so she's endorsing she came out and endorsed Bernie Sanders Plan on Medicare for all and then when she was asked, are going to make it private insurance illegal she's like yeah, let's get rid of it, then stay. She followed up and said well now, of course, we're going to keep private it's still going to be available and she's gone back and forth on that three or four times and she's landed in this weird place where she seemingly is go to make private insurance illegal.
However, there's still opportunity for people to pay for health care. So, like you couldn't hey to get insurance, but you could pay a doctor to do extra things for you and, if you think about this, because it doesn't make any sense to, I think, a conservative as to why you'd want to get rid of the option for private insurance and the idea is basically you don't want someone like an evil. And back to be able to use his evil money to buy better insurance than some person who doesn't have the means of glass right, and so ok. Would you care that's a crazy thing in it, but that is the theory behind it. Just so you know people can even understand it 'cause, it's so far out of the norm. I think of the way most people think you want the best for everyone. There is saying they don't want people to have the abyss you get that's why there's a Cadillac tax on, companies like mine that provide the best insurance Obama,
or came with an original Cadillac tax. I couldn't, I would be paying a penalty if I gave the best health insurance. That makes no sense right and by the way they did. The house repealed that this week in a story that did not get any attention and then it hasn't done it yet so, but all those health care plans went away because they is no one is going to be paying for those in the know. Company. Amazing, though the Democrats are the ones repealing it, which is a fascinating development. Hopefully there huh look in the Senate, go along with that and get rid of that 'cause. It's a terrible thing. The reason why the Democrats are on board for that quickly is because unions don't like it Union, if their employees very good health care? And they don't like that tax they've, never like that tax, that's really why that's happening, but anyway Kamala Harris. She is two things going on at the same time, one she is endorsed, Bernie Sanders Medicare for all plan. She has promised as a central part of her financial. Arrangement with the Erica should she be
This president, eighth, two trillion dollar middle class tax cut now how you can get a tax cut for middle class people and also implement care for all, which is two point. Eight, that trillion brilliant dollars per year trillion dollars per year. Our whole budget by the way is for eight in twenty twenty four: a trillion dollars. This is two point, eight, so half over What are you cutting if you're going to cut taxes? What, are you getting rid of the Pentagon? What is she I mean? Well, Bernie Sanders is at least been honest about it yeah, but if your taxes going to go way up, even for middle class, people were paying thirty two trillion dollars over a decade, of course, going up right and it's good by the way, much more the thirty two trillion dollars in a decade, but that's a whole nother story. So she's now saying she's going to low.
The taxes and then also increase the taxes so like what you guys realize those of the opposite of each other? No, I don't think they do, but you're not supposed to think these through stoned. All that would be a bad idea, you're, not supposed to think the throne. Again real quick, go fund me dot, com, search for army, family, moving fire or just go to you know my my twitter. My facebook page should be up there as well all right sponsor this half hour is real estate agents. I trust dot com we've been hearing about the exodus of Americans from, I don't know the heavily taxed areas of our country to the states that embrace personal freedom, small government, lower taxes Ha g demi. Kratz, who think that we can just have Medicare for all g look
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then you're, not one hundred percent with them and if you're, not one hundred percent with them, one percent against them. So shortly after leaving vice, you know, I was doing comedy videos and pitching tv shows where I was welcome and did a ton of pilots and stuff and movies and books, and then he started realizing that I don't like the government and they cut you off. So I I can't go to a page from an anymore, and so we wait wait, but for for you there? How is it that people who, who used to say, don't trust the man? Don't trust anyone over thirty? Don't trust the government, there now so pro they're saying Don, trump is a fascist. We get rid of all of guns?
I mean it's, so it hurts there's so much gentle. Does that mean a mental Jim this in in the liberal heads? No, I don't. I don't understand how to sit. It's meant obesity, we're living in an incurious zenith right now, where people are just the leg Koreans they're just fed this crap. The government realized that they, the crew a lot of power, bi starting the whole Nazi myth and saying white supremacy is everywhere: everyone's I see and the more fear they instill with that, though, more power. They get. You think the government star, that is, that kind of the Dnc behind the. I think I think a lot of you mean the lid Hardee's in the the yeah. And anti furry. You know. What's the word easy fools, usually these and I think
there is, when you're in curious, you're an easy target for manipulation, and I think the country has been he I mean within the liberals. We were talking with this earlier, but I think there's like this sliver of radicals like like the or they called it was confusing with wassabi sauce with Sabi spicy spicy on your religion said. Take it easy with that little dose of Wahhabi one will blow you up the other right burn your tongue. My nose is going to pull up from that lobby. They took over his lamb and ruined it. But you know the moderate Muslims are still people you want to grab a coffee,
I guess I won't be a beer and with the left Dave let these radicals take over an anti for a deal and mar that there's a polluted. The whole left, for you said that and the and the Father is a useful idiots, Terry Wing of the Dnc, but I wonder if it's I'm not going to end up at the Dnc were useful idiots because it's folding paper for the extreme left for the people who want to stop a free market want to blow up. The system have direct democracy, which we know that what that'll lead to I mean Nancy Pelosi. I mean she's afraid of those people now
to really fascinating conversation. If you are still curious about the world one, you should listen to you get the free podcast tomorrow you can get the podcast every day of this show every day and then, once a week on Saturdays, I interview interesting people. This week It is Gavin Mcginnis, one that you don't want to miss. It comes out tomorrow, get it wherever you download your podcast and sign up and review. Please.
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