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Friday, May 11, 2018

A Cornucopia of Conservatism!



Friends, be extra thankful, because this week WLEA's Newsmaker program is serving up a veritable cornucopia of Waddy-branded conservatism.  Brian O'Neil and I discuss the Iran nuclear deal, North Korea, disgraced NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, Mueller and Cohen, and so much more.  Give it a listen!

https://wlea.net/newsmaker-may-10-2018-dr-nick-waddy/

7 comments:

  1. Dr. Waddy: I listened. Schneiderman was a ferocious, unapologetic leftist who thought it all well and good to use the power of his office to enforce principles which are anathema to that bulk of his state outside the NYC environs. How good it is to see him fall. You are right, he is sanctimonious in the extreme as are so many leftist flim flammers. Ok, there are still alot of insane Trump haters out there but at least that one is permanently disgraced. The attorney-client relationship is a fascinating one. Stormy Daniels, a person willing to have recorded sex in front of a vast audience, is one whose integrity is severely compromised. My understanding is that all attorneys may, with honor, defend a criminal defendant. Is the same true of civil cases? Lawyers please enlighten me. Does Daniels' attorney share her "expansive" views and does it inspire and enable him to attack the President? I rejoice to hear that the British have voted, in effect, to keep Brexit on course. They have chosen to continue the process of disengagement from incipient Euro totalitarian administration which should be anathema to the world's archetypical democracy. Hooray for them. I don't doubt for a minute that those police at Kent State were acting on the orders of middle level managers invested in political correctness. The student could be vindicated but only after a grueling ordeal. What did President Reagan say? "Totalitarianism is always just a generation away".

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  2. Interesting. Did Reagan say that? He's right, of course. Democracy is a very fragile thing.

    I wouldn't think that legal ethics compel a lawyer to represent anyone in a civil action if their cause seems disagreeable, but then again "legal ethics" may be an oxymoron to start with. It's clear that Avenatti loves the limelight, and he's playing the media like a fiddle in order to boost his stature and wound the President. Eventually the media may catch on to the fact that he's a charlatan. They may know it already, but in all likelihood they don't care. The Trump-hating beast must be fed with red meat each and every day -- nay, every hour!

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  3. Some staggering numbers here: http://thehill.com/homenews/media/387325-michael-avenatti-has-appeared-on-cnn-and-msnbc-108-times-since-march-7-says

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  4. Dr. Waddy: He tells them what they want to hear; if he told their audience Hillary won enough times, they would swear to its truth. I may be off on the wording of the Reagan quote: he may have said "freedom is only an election away from destruction". But I know he said something close to that. He sure would have been right about 2016. I'll look it up.

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  5. Yes, Avenatti knows his audience, for sure! He keeps promising them the silver bullet that will bring down Trump, though -- surely at some point his machinations will be exposed as hollow. I was talking to some lefty friends recently, and they told me they were getting tired of the Stormy Daniels tripe. That's a positive sign.

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  6. Dr. Waddy: Let's hope so; the sublime should not be thwarted by the ridiculous. Reagan actually said "Freedom is always one generation away from extinction". As a member of the Greatest Generation who witnessed, confronted and personally suffered from the presumptuous and reckless excesses of too much of the Baby Boom bunch, he knew what he was talking about. His experience of Hollywood communism helped to focus his views.

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  7. Frankly, I think the Gipper was being optimistic! A savvy demagogue can make pretty short work of the people's rights. So can leftist jurists, for that matter.

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