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HARRY S. wrote at 11:10 AM on Oct-24-2016:
Did President Obama lie to the American people when he said he learned about Hilliary Clinton's private email through the news just like everyone else? The Press Secretary said of course he knew. He meant he did not know about the private server in the bathroom. One important fact for either statement from the White House to be true. Hilliary did not have a government email address! She refused to have one. So, the President did not have any other way to contact her by email. "other emails in the Podesta trove show Clinton aides' initial reaction to some of President Obama's first comments about Clinton using a personal email address for government business," "Suggest Philippe talk to [White House press officials]. They know POTUS and HRC emailed," per Fox News article.
Arthur S. wrote at 5:36 PM on Oct-20-2016:
Newly minted Elderado here. Many thanks to Dave Rubin for the introduction.
Jerome C. wrote at 5:59 AM on Oct-19-2016:
Hello, Larry. Several weeks ago a gentleman called in and began enumerating a litany of what most people call conspiracy theories. You were somewhat dismissive and asked, "who are THEY'. The THEY being the folks behind the conspiracies. Well, Larry, now you know who THEY are. After Wikileaks' DNC campaign revelations, the O'keefe videos, the collusion and coordination between the DOJ, FBI, White House and Clintons. Hillary backer Soros collapsing foreign governments per emails, his Open Society Foundation and Hillary's "dream" of an open boarder-less hemisphere are coincidences? Interesting. All the limits of plausibility have been erased. Maybe, just maybe, those folks at Bilderberg and Bohemian Grove aren't getting together just to have beer or two. Welcome to the REAL, Neo
Guillermo Q. wrote at 8:33 PM on Oct-10-2016:
Where can we watch the debate with Roland Martin in Inglewood?
Michael W. wrote at 4:13 PM on Sep-23-2016:
Larry! After discovering you on my drive home earlier this year, and finding out I agree with you on SO many issues, I became an Elderado so I could hear ALL the shows. HOWEVER, I think you, and other talk show hosts, have been unfairly critical to those of us who have been working hard to get where Ted Cruz got to today. I am #neverhillary, but the low character, lies, and shifting policies of Trump made me believe I could never vote for that either. I heard Rush quoted to say HRC was an auto weapon the the head, Trump more like Russian roulette (but you have to assume there are empty chambers, and I could not, so there was no difference). How do you choose which liar to believe? I had hoped the new Independent candidate would make a splash, but he has not. Not everyone, but some of us believe our choice to vote for a person with high morale character is more important than winning, That has to be Ok in our free country. And though I appreciated your perspective, and Thomas Sewells response your question made me think, it is Ted Cruz' integrity and perspective today that will likely move me to where you are. But don't bash a man who holds strong values. I'm not stupid (hey, I agree with much of what you say, I have to have some intelligence)I will hate to tell my kids I voted for Trump if it all turns out the same. But I'm finally getting
Karl G. wrote at 6:03 PM on Sep-14-2016:
A better version of the "unedited" video including Bill Clinton saying that the fainting spells happened "frequently" before he corrected himself. Note the at about 0.57 seconds into the video:
Karl G. wrote at 5:47 PM on Sep-14-2016:
I noticed that you are showing the CBS edited down version that aired. It should be noted that they edited out a "slip" by Bill Clinton where he first said the fainting happened "frequently". CBS said they edited out the 3 seconds that included the word "frequently" for time.

Below is the unedited version, that one word makes a big difference:
Jerome C. wrote at 10:53 AM on Sep-14-2016:
Hi, Larry. I've heard you mention Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson several times during your broadcasts. You've neither dismissed him nor out-rightly endorsed him. Please take a look at this YouTube vid and tell me what you think. Kind of disturbing stuff here. Jerome C.
Michael B. wrote at 10:22 PM on Sep-13-2016:

Best explanation I've heard why blacks hate President Reagan...
Dan J. wrote at 1:26 PM on Sep-12-2016:
Regarding Hillary's foreign policy statement, it sounds like she will run things exactly the way her husband did - stick a wet finger in the air and check which way the wind is blowing. Bill didn't make a decision about anything in 8 years that he didn't poll test to death first.
Rich W. wrote at 6:37 PM on Sep-05-2016:
Hello Larry, With all the talk about the Clinton email scandal, I have yet to hear the possibility that the server was setup so that it could be hacked by outsiders. Perhaps her staff only put certain things on the server, for those who paid to play, through the Clinton Foundation. I'm sure that not all the secrets were available, just some. The deceit runs so ramped in their camp, isn't anything possible?........just a thought. Rich W.
Stephen S. wrote at 9:01 AM on Sep-03-2016:
World War 2 survivor about Socialism,...gun control,...etc
Brandon G. wrote at 6:22 PM on Sep-02-2016:
Hey Larry,
love the show. I was watching narcos season 2 this evening and it struck me that if we could start offering some type of reward money for the shootings inside our city's this could help cut down on the the crime. Or at least destroy the "no snitch communities" just a thought. Looking forward to a response on Monday.
Dan J. wrote at 12:32 PM on Aug-29-2016:
So Colin Kaepernick wants to sit on the bench during the National Anthem, that's fine, its a view of the field he should probably get used to. I wonder if being demoted to second string is a form of oppression in his mind?
Eric K. wrote at 5:53 AM on Aug-25-2016:
Larry - I watched with great interest the way Good Morning America covered the epipen price gouging story. They were quick to point out how Heather Bresch (CEO of Mylan) is price gouging but when it came to her father Sen. Joe Manchin, they never said what party he was affiliated with. I told my wife, "If they aren't saying it, then I guarantee you he's a democrat". Sure enough ... In an interview with Yahoo News Bresch blamed Obamacare for the price increase. Didn't hear about that one either did you?
Michael M. wrote at 5:44 AM on Aug-03-2016:
Larry - Victicrat is a term you use everyday on your show and victicrats of all stripes are a serious problem plaguing our society. I saw a video article today that should put every victicrat to shame (I've linked it at the bottom). I seldom resort to hyperbole,'ve got to see this video. It will blow you away! If it doesn't, I owe you a piece of cheesecake!
Philip A. wrote at 9:21 PM on Jul-28-2016:
I give credit to Gloria Steinem for the last half of the slogan. I'm sure you remember...
Philip A. wrote at 8:54 PM on Jul-28-2016:
Hey Larry, I've been listening to your shows on and off for 20 years at least. I had the opportunity to see you in person at the Beverly Hills Hotel for a luncheon sponsored by the Wednesday Morning Club and Lionel Chetwinn. Jill Stewart was also a speaker. Wow! What a crowd. I'm pretty sure I was the only person to have a 1987 Dodge Grand Caravan valet parked! You are still talking about the same problems now. Don't you get discouraged? I have a bumper sticker suggestion. Like you, I am sick of hearing about Hillary Clinton being the "First Woman President". This slogan sums it up. "America needs a Hilary Clinton president like a fish needs a bicycle". Any profits from the bumper sticker I will split 50-50. I don't know how you keep on doing it, but keep up the crusade.
Priscilla B. wrote at 2:25 PM on Jul-21-2016:
The convention stressed freedom - so the platform should also include in the pro life affirmation that we will not impose our standard on pro choice women and affirm that they have the right to make choices for their own body also. Larry, you're there so can you convince the platform writers this should be included.
Terry H. wrote at 3:42 PM on Jul-14-2016:
John D. wrote at 4:24 PM on Jul-13-2016:
I would love to hear you discuss something that I have not heard anywhere regarding a Trump presidency: In my opinion congress would have no problem reining-in Trump should he attempt to abuse his office using executive orders. This would not be the case with a Clinton presidency. With Trump congress would have no fear of being accused of racism (as with Obama) or of misogyny (as would be the case with Clinton). While being no fan of Trump, this is something to consider in terms of having any chance of once again seeing a respect for separation of powers and of functioning checks and balances. The mainstream media would cheer should congress stand in the way of a Trump presidential action that congress felt was inappropriate (regardless of the party that controlled the congress).
Thank you.
Dan J. wrote at 5:39 PM on Jul-12-2016:
Barak Obama says that the actions of a few members of the Black Lives Matter crew are not indicitaive of the group as a whole and should not diminish the message they are trying to deliver. First I have rarly seen a BLM rally where there were not at least some arrests for vandalism or violence so we're not just talking about a "few bad actors". Second, where was Obama when members of his party were attacking the Tea Party as a racist hate group for daring to demonstrate for lower taxes. Never mind that Tea Party rallies were peacful and organized. The double standard here is staggering!
Fernando G. wrote at 10:14 PM on Jul-11-2016:
Larry, I am livit with this Black Lives matter bs.

If black lives matter, then why these selfish bastards have abandoned their children?

Their abandonment contradicts the statement. Yes, I am talking about the black man that produces a child and fails to be a father to that child. How can these hypocrites stand on their high horse and claim that black lives matter?

They are full of it. Instead of marching on the streets demanding justice for something, that although tragic, it is not a major problem; they should be begging for forgiveness. They abandoned their responsibilities as fathers and the chickens have come home to rust.

The life of the child they failed to nourish and care for, does that life not matter?

Lou Farrakhan should organize another Million Man March in which every black man who has produced a child and failed to be a father should ask for forgiveness to the rest of society because we are now the ones paying the price for their lack of responsibility.

Now that I think about it, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and Jesse Williams should be at the front of the march because they have perpetuated this lie and they have failed to focused on one of the real issue that affects the Black community: the absence of fathers. You said it, Black Fathers Matter. Keep up the good work Larry. This Mexican got your back. ¡Viva Larry!
Michael M. wrote at 7:43 PM on Jul-08-2016:
I have a question for the Sage of South Central. It deals with the issue that many blacks have stated that blacks are mistreated by cops presumably because of racism. First, let me lay out several assumptions (some of these may actually be facts - I'm hoping your staff can verify or deny). Looking back at cases where blacks have alleged mistreatment (and were primarily talking about black deaths at the hands of cops) during the last several years, it seems that in many cases, the cops involved were black. I'm pretty sure that's a fact. Now, the black cops may have been prejudiced - that is they may have had a preconceived notion based on their experience that a young black male was more likely to resist arrest or attack them than an old white guy - but that's different than racism, which means you actually hate someone because of the color of their skin. When Jesse Jackson said he was more scared to encounter young man at night if they were black than if they were white, that was well informed prejudice, not racism. So that brings me to consider that the reason cops - black and white - may have an itchy trigger finger when they encounter young black males has nothing to do with racism, but rather experience or knowledge that the young black male is a greater threat to their life than someone who isn't a young black male. Do the facts bear this out? PS - This is where your research staff comes in handy! If we look at assaults on cops and/or shootings of cops during traffic stops, etc. are the cops being assaulted/shot more often by white guys or by black guys? My first thesis is that, just like Jesse Jackson, when a cop encounters a back male, the cop is more fearful than when he stops a white guy and therefore has a lower threshold for taking what he perceives to be protective life saving measures. My second thesis is that young black males (think back to your own experience when you were stopped) have been taught by race baiters like Al Sharpton, etc. that they are being stopped simply for being black (maybe they are because young black males commit a disproportionate share of crimes) and that this is a form of disrespect, racial attack, etc., i.e. that they are victims of systemic racism and that they should stand up to the oppressor. Newsflash: I'm white and if a man with a gun stops me and that man has the power to arrest me, my response is to smile and say, "Yes Sir, No Sir, Thank You Sir." It is the thug "attitude" and acting out that has created a situation where cops sense more danger when stopping blacks. If you think it's cool to act like a thug, don't be surprised when you're treated like a thug! OK, enjoy the cheesecake.
Michael M. wrote at 11:29 AM on Jul-04-2016:
Hello Larry! Is Jesse Williams a light skinned black guy or a dark skinned white guy? The question only matters if someone is a racist at heart and obviously it matters a great deal to Mr. Williams. That was the purpose of his rant - to establish his "blackness." Heck, this guy is whiter than he is black and he knows it. The problem is that he's truly bothered by it. On another note, did you choke on your cheesecake when you read about KD being traded to GSW? I'm not saying they're a shoe in - LeBron James showed his heart in the Finals and this will rub off on his teammates - but it ought to make a rematch interesting. PS - If I burn/destroy all my tax records for 2015, can I tell the IRS they can't prosecute me or do I need to change my name to Clinton? Regards!
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