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wrote at 9:49 AM on May-23-2013
The media and the Whitehouse keep reporting that the Boston bombers had "no known connection" to any terrorist group. Really? Aren't all these killers, including the Fort Hood killer, the London hatchet killers, and others, connected by a common "jihadist" ideology? The President should drop the timidity (which only encourages more violence), and tell the truth: "Although these individuals are not connected to any known group, they are radical Muslim terrorists who share the same beliefs and murderous goals as other known radical Muslim terrorists throughout the world."
wrote at 10:13 AM on May-21-2013
Regarding Candi Crowley agreeing with Obama when he lied about calling the Benghazi attack "terror" from the beginning - Larry, this was what us old prosecutors call a "tip-off." (Interesting, the concept is similar to what the IRS did with their "planned question.) Before the debate, someone on the Obama side "tipped" Crowley that if asked about when he first called it "terrorism," Obama would point to his comments in the Rose Garden when he spoke generally about defeating terror. Crowley bit or (more likely) conspired in the lie. Recall, Crowley reacted IMMEDIATELY to Obama's assertion that he said it was terrorism from the start. There is no logical way for Crowley to connect the Rose Garden comment to this answer unless she was "tipped" before the debate. This is a classic "tip off" where a witness (or questioner)is given "inside information" in order to shade their opinion. Clearly, Crowley was directed to the Rose Garden comments. Her desire to protect Obama and support his narrative was too powerful to resist. So she ignored logic - and any journalistic objectivity - and cut off Romney's inquiry. As you've reported, it was a key moment in the debate and could have been an opening to the truth. Crowley should be asked if anyone mentioned the Rose Garden comment before the debate. If she could summon honesty (doubtful), we would discover that, indeed, there was a "tip-off" here that worked to perfection. Matthew A.
wrote at 9:52 AM on May-21-2013
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wrote at 3:19 PM on May-20-2013
Larry, you email folder is again full and rejecting messages sent to you.
wrote at 8:04 AM on May-10-2013
Navy Seal Mom about Afghanistan, the " good war ",...etc
wrote at 8:09 AM on May-06-2013
Larry (got it right this time), Glenn BECK is on the phone, he wants to "straighten" something out ....
wrote at 1:31 PM on May-03-2013
Lary, nice Brooklyn Dodgers hat at the Golf Course, as for your golf swing ......
wrote at 5:04 PM on Apr-26-2013
Hearst did NOT give marijuana its name. It was noted as marijuana as early as 1894 by Texas Mexicans. Also the conspiracy theory connecting hemp and Hearst's paper supply is also a myth. This article gives a more accurate history:
wrote at 3:21 PM on Apr-26-2013
Sorry but NOT INTERESTED IN HITLER'S FOOD TASTER.
wrote at 10:42 AM on Apr-25-2013
Larry, I think the Republican Party can make a lot of "hay" by you getting the ball rolling on a bill, sponsered by the Republicans, for Congress to have the same Medical Retirement Benefits as most Americans. They are not elitists, they are part of "We the People". We must bring back some sanity to Congress.
wrote at 6:23 AM on Apr-25-2013
Come on man!! I need to listen to yesterday's show as I eat my scrambled eggs with ketchup! Get on it...heads better roll!
wrote at 6:11 AM on Apr-25-2013
What a great interview - painful as it was for you! Larry, put as many of these nutty professors on the air as possible (they're not that hard to find) such as the one that you interviewed on Friday, so that as many people as possible will understand why it is that we are being led down the road by the products of this kind of indoctrination. The people who "graduate" with the "degrees" of "higher learning" are the ones that are now setting the policies for the rest of, "educating" our children and yes even bombing our citizens.
wrote at 6:11 AM on Apr-25-2013
I still can't download the 24th podcast. Really need it before I jump on a plane this afternoon!
wrote at 11:49 PM on Apr-24-2013
Here we go again. 11:45 p.m. and today's show has not posted on the website for subscribers. I thought you guys were all L.A. and us hicks out here in other states didn't know quality when we saw it. I'll be the techies on Larry's show yell like anything when their bruised spinich and artichoke heart salad is 5 minutes late at their favorite LA eatery. OK, rant over. We need our daily dose of The Sage, guys.
wrote at 3:32 PM on Apr-24-2013
AWW Many Americans have to deal with 10-50% less. 100 % less.
wrote at 6:00 PM on Apr-23-2013
Support ticket response: "We apologize for any inconvenience. There was an Internet outage at the studio. We are working to get the audio posted as soon as possible." In a news heavy cycle, if we choose Larry as our source for analysis, the show should post in a timely manner. If there are technical difficulties, an organization which wants to go nationwide, needs to have tech support that can pre-emptorily let subscribers know that there has been a problem BEFORE we waste time searching for it and writing in. I hope Larry is aware of this stuff. (...and yes, my own patients [customers] demand the same of me.)
wrote at 4:21 PM on Apr-23-2013
Whay is the latest show in the archives April 19th? A lot has happened since then. I would love to listen to Monday and Tuesday's shows! I am down under in Australia
wrote at 4:18 PM on Apr-23-2013
What happened to Monday's show? Somebody forgot to post it. I want my money back ;)
wrote at 3:16 PM on Apr-23-2013
Had to turn the show off listening to the professor talk about dignity fpr murderer
wrote at 8:04 AM on Apr-23-2013
Hi Larry, I heard you on Varney & Company this morning opinionating that Gov. Brown is going to push fracking in California for the revenue it brings in. I am for drilling and fracking but my concern here is that the revenues will be used to temporarily boost a failed welfare model pushing the problem down the road and waisting billions of dollars of money. Do we need to first correct the spending and tax problems of the state before we exploit this resource? Phil M.
wrote at 7:56 AM on Apr-23-2013
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wrote at 10:41 PM on Apr-22-2013
Professor Ruth O'Brien was wrong. Sean Collier was a real police officer, not "just a security guard." And what if he was a security guard? Anyways, are we sure that Ms. O'Brien is a real professor? Unfortunately, she probably is.
wrote at 4:47 PM on Apr-19-2013
Larry, I get the feeling that maybe a person legally possessing a gun might be the one to take out this crazy bomber tonight. I can't imagine the fear they are going through on Birch St.
wrote at 1:28 PM on Apr-19-2013
And these two Chechen brothers accused of this bombing in Boston attended which school and were taught what by which professors?
wrote at 11:03 AM on Apr-17-2013
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