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So, and so while it's going to exist, here's all the programs that I think should occur. And the, you know, the position should stop at well, the government shouldn't be doing it. The government shouldn't exist. I gotcha. That's the position when you're in a political role, which you wouldn't be because you would never run for office. But, you know, if you were Ron Paul if you could put yourself in Ron Paul shoes, obviously, he's not in the, you know, the US house anymore, but he was for number of terms. If you were Ron Paul, your doctor know you vote. No on, on pretty much anything that is going to increase the size of government. This one doesn't really increase the size of government. The government is what it is. It has the money that it's going to spend on these on these things. So what would you do in that circumstance? You can either vote. No. And the prohibition on these studies being, you know, funded would continue, which, as was pointed out earlier, by the guy from the drug policy alliance that prohibition puts it sort of dampener affect period on people even being interested in these colleges in in doing these studies. So well. How would you vote while you have to again? You have to look at the rest of the Bill because she's slipping this into another spending. Oh, that's a good point. Yeah. So let's say let's say Bill, let's say it was its own Bill. If its own, if you're putting me on the spot if its own Bill, I'm always in favor of bills that remove restrictions on anything. So the potential loss of federal funds has been held up by colleges reasons. They won't allow students to bring medical cannabis on campus. This was another thing that the other guy, Luke Korea wants to, to strike to allow colleges to receive funding if they have students on campus who are using cannabis for medicinal purposes right now. That's prohibited. According to the story. Akasha Cortez's, psychedelics amendment is especially timely than they point out the Denver. Has approved their ballot measure, making their city, the first in the nation to decriminalize suicide and mushrooms. And then the Oakland story that we talked about earlier. They mentioned that on Monday, the house rules committee, which prepares bills for action on the floor will decide whether either or both of the drug policy. Reform amendments will be allowed for votes when the full body considers the funding legislation later in the week while it remains to be seen. If the chambers new democratic leadership will clear, the amendments advancement, their rules committee chairman has repeatedly criticized his Republican predecessor for blocking cannabis related amendments and pledged that he would take a different approach. This is men named James McGovern from Massachusetts. He said shortly after last year's midterm elections quote. I'm not going to block marijuana amendments like my predecessor has done as the chairman of the rules committee. I'm not going to block them. People ought to bring them to the floor. They should be debated and people ought to vote the way they feel appropriate. So this is just a proposed amendment. It may not even be. Included in the Bill. You know, this may be much ado about nothing but at the very least it's something it's being talked about the baby step. It's being talked about. And really, that's all you can expect out of the federal government are these, these little baby steps, like when Trump did his sentencing reform Bill. They literally called it like the baby steps Bill or something. There was some sort of very, you know, insignificant name to this Bill of reducing sentencing madness and the punishments that are being dealt out towards people who have committed no violent acts. So I agree with you Richie. We do need to applaud these people when they get something right? It's very rare that they will get something right? Is not going to get it perfectly right now. They're politicians, they definitely won't. And it seemed to me, especially at the beginning of his administration. There was a lot of, of repeals from the Trump administration on certain federal. Strictures I don't recall fan but I was like, well, yeah. As as long as he's rolling back, the government right in up. Maybe not in the plot. But a golf club, definitely right? Unfortunately, he's probably bringing more government in certain areas with the tariffs recently, he's going in the opposite direction of more freedom and liberty. And so, you know, there wasn't update on that story, by the way, with an next tariffs, and we didn't really get it. We mentioned it last night that we really didn't get into it. That is that Trump has announced that Mexico has agreed to crack down on immigration. And so therefore, the tariffs will not be going into place, agreed in air quotes because they can agree. All they want think they've been very well done, it actually stopping the immigrants there's a little bit more here. That's related to marijuana reform. And it says here, there's a separate Bill funding other parts of the government for the next fiscal year contains a provision to protect banks that serve marijuana businesses from being punished by financial regulators. And apparently, that's already in whatever the other Bill that is it also. Deletes longstanding rider, preventing DC from spending its own local tax dollars to legalize and. Late cannabis sales. There's a couple good things there for cannabis legalization to allow the banks to actually do business with cannabis companies. That'd be a huge change. More come up here. It's free talk live. Why did you move to the Shire? 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So I think we've talked about the latest on and the good news on ending the war on drugs. Lou baby steps are being taken all around the country in different places. And so I'm glad to see this happen. Hopefully, we'll see a decriminalization Bill coming up again in, in New Hampshire and maybe maybe we can convince some of the liberty reps to put still assignment in their slip it in with the rest of it. Yeah. Absolutely. Because why it's actually suggested to Mark warden, who course longtime listeners know is a sponsor of free talk live. He's the basically the liberty real. Estate agent porcupines realist date dot com. Great, great guy. Great real estate agent anyway. He's also a great state Representative. And he's the guy who won the a plus rating, the liberty legislator of the year award from the New Hampshire liberty alliance twice. Because he's he's that good. Like he's the kind of guy who wears an anarchist capitalist T shirt, you know, as the state Representative basically. So I mean he's not hiding it what his what his beliefs are great guy. And so I wrote him an Email earlier this year because the le- the legalisation Bill this year failed actually it's on the table, technically they kind of never pushed it through to the governor, because they knew he was going to veto it. So they sort of kept it on the table through till twenty twentieth said, well, we know that the governor who's a Republican in New Hampshire. So we've got a Republican governor and a democrat statehouse and mostly Senate. I think as well and executive committee. Yeah. So. So he's done some good things by stopping some bad legislation from what I understand, like, you know, gun control. I think he's going to be vetoing that stuff. But he also pledged to veto, the legalization Bill, which is stupid, but to the guy's credit, he also signed the decriminalization Bill back in two thousand seventeen when his predecessor who was a democrat refused to do. So how bizarre New Hampshire is different Republicans and Democrats don't fit into the kind of the standard mold here as much as they do in other places the truth, I, I think the Democrats fit into the molds better than they do here than they on a national level. What I'm saying isn't the Democrats are more democrat here than the Republicans are Republican, right? And so, so getting legalization Bill, basically it was going to fail this. They didn't push it forward. And so I said, well, you know, this, this governor has claimed that he's supports decriminalization. He signed a decriminalization Bill. Previously. Let's give him another decriminalization Bill. Let's, let's d- Crimmins. Allies manufacturer of marijuana. Let's decriminalize distribution of marijuana because when they decriminalize possession, they only made it so people possessing less than three quarters of an ounce would get violation. So we're no longer be a misdemeanor arrestable offence, which is a good thing. But it was a baby step in the right direction. Let's make it so it's up. Let's make it. So it's a ticket defense if you get caught with a house full of marijuana plants. Let's make it. So it's a ticket tickets defense. If you've got seventeen pounds of marijuana in the trunk of your car, so let's go further would decriminalization maybe you know, he doesn't want to legalize it and I don't know this guy. I've never never talked to the governor. Maybe he doesn't wanna have a state regulatory body, or whatever who knows what his real reasons are for opposing this. Or maybe he's just the police's lackey and he'll do whatever it is the cops want. But if that's the case, why did he sign the decriminalization Bill because the cost of to distinguish himself from the democrat? But the cop shows was held didn't want that they certainly seems to do. What the police have them on the death penalty? That's what I'm saying. So he backed the cops when that overturned anyway, if e- to- override, so a bunch of Republicans voted against the governor on that one and that got pushed through, and that's good. I'm glad to see New Hampshire has ended the death penalty. It's I think the twenty-something state to do that. It's also was the last state of all of New England's states to to end the death penalty like all right. Well, if we're going to do a D criminal, why not throw some Silla Sidiq mushrooms in there, too. While we're at it throw everything in there, actually reads, it decrease wanna slash old drugs, playing in what three D cream marijuana plus other naturally. Growing up. Sure. Something. All he has people who've read these things he does. I'm sure he does. But we've I've brought in stories where they screwed up their entire thing. And, you know, deregulated the, the Idaho. Yeah. So today's forget around to re-regulating that I don't know. I have personally not follow that I did say, Idaho didn't I I, I heard. I. I heard Idaho. Yeah. Okay. The sony. We'll see what happens. I don't know if it's going to happen, but he knows the guy Mark, Gordon, our, our friend and state legislator liberty lips later knows the guy who proposed the legalisation Bill, the democrat and they get along really. Well, some like let's, you know, I- partisan Bill Republicans Democrats, both calling for degrom have we can't get legalization through. It actually would be better to just keep decriminalizing it right? Because if we could keep decrying this is fantasy land, right? But you could keep decriminalizing drugs to the point where there's no criminal penalty whatsoever. But there's also no legalized regulatory scheme on it, right? Like it. Isn't that be ideal like the sale of tomatoes or something, exactly sure where you can go to the farmer's market and just start selling weed, the emporium or the important or open up historic, or, or whatever? All right. So let's change gears. Here Richie, you've got a story about millennials. Oh my goodness. And everybody likes to talk crap about me love to pick on the millennials. It's not fair, of course, because everybody's an individual and we hear on. Free talk, live acknowledged that everybody is an individual. However, there are certainly things about younger people that, that make me cranky as true as forty eight year old who's probably should be sixty eight. Shade. You John kid they stick it off mine. The new forty eight. Declare to be. So there was an article that one guy who liked decided, you know, he just decided he was younger than he was really self described as you know, twenty years younger because I had not heard of this aren't I find it during the break. I'm going to self describe as twenty years younger than me turned into a socialist and stop working become a become a beer and coffee stop. And it's like you, if you're better off being twenty years older than just getting on social security, and now we're still the people until security paid in. I don't care what y'all say about it. Yes, it's a crappy scheme. And yes, they're gonna get ripped off in the long run. But they paid in and this will goes even further it's millennials against the boomer generation because that's the other one people like to make fun of millennial dads have terrible DIY skills half. Don't own a step ladder or cordless drill. Wow. I mean I have terrible DIY skills, but at the very least I own a both step ladder and actual ladder and a drill. Yes. But you don't have a cordless drill. You know what you're going to get better? Power out of a quarter drill. Anyway. I agree with that. I have a cordial. 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You don't know what you're getting into. But, you know, the people are talking about bitcoin. You've seen it on the news. You've heard maybe some of your friends or family members talking about it, maybe over the dinner table, or thanksgiving or wherever you've heard the discussions, and you know that other businesses have started taking it. Perhaps, you heard the news about AT and T wireless, now beginning to accept crypto currency payments in bitcoin, and bitcoin cash through their website for their wireless customers. This is a big. He'll some big companies are getting in on this, but also some mom and pops as well. So if you're ready to start accepting crypto currency at your point of sale at your business, or maybe you're just an individual who wants to make it easy to take crypto currency from your friends or your customers any pay makes it easy. 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Get started over there with any pay, and you'll be accepting bitcoin, or bitcoin cash dash z cash in several others. If you want helped me, take bitcoin dot com. All right. You guys we're going to talk about drivers versus drills. I Ritchie were saying that they cordless drill is inferior to a corded drill. Because a power issues Mark you disagreed with that. He was going to school us. Right. So a when you build your own house, so like a thing or two about this, so what I would say as a cordless drill is a more versatile tool, because it has no cord on it now because of you can do more things with it, especially the kind of half inch drill that you have in. You've got the kind that you probably wants to half inch measure. Really? No, I think it's up to the size of the pit that'll take maybe. Okay. I don't know. The diameter of the it's the diameter of the piece that goes into the bit. So you can have a larger drill bit. And but there's the shaft that that slides in. There's also I think three eighths inches the larger drill. Usually, that's a hammer drill, and it's a bit bigger and anyway, so that drill when you attempt to let's say, Dr screw. Yeah. Now, yes, an impact driver is a better a cordless impact driver is better than a cordless drill at driving a screw. However, if all you've got is the choice between an cordless drill, and accorded drill. You're going to have a lot nicer day using the cordless drill. Then you will. There's no corn on it. It's just easier. Not about the Columbia difference. It stops isn't the answer win tops, when you take the drill, your drill, your half inch corded drill that, that you think is, is fine for driving screws. However, you haven't drilled drew the drove a screw with it in forever. No, actually, I have within the last probably several months. Go ahead. Go Nin it's slowly ramps up. And then it it drives. Then when you pull release the trigger, it's slowly backs down, as opposed to a cordless drill, which. Stops. So it's the period of time between releasing the, the, the drill trigger. And when the drill actually stops I've tried to drive screws and have driven some screws with your corded drill. However, you'll note when I have to I bring over my own tools, making more than half of the shelves in this house, why would they why would it not stop on a quarter drill? It's just not designed for that accorded drill is a tool for drilling holes. Specifically your type which you've probably got from your dad when he upgraded back in one thousand nine hundred like online from the hardware store. Okay. So are, are you distinguish a distinguishing between a drill driver in the same in the same argument, am saying that a cordless drill acts, as a far better driver than a quarter toward L does? However, there are certainly advantages to a driver if you can get them. But if you had a corded driver them better tool. But only marginally better. Okay. Having both it wouldn't have the wind up wind down problem that you're absolutely okay. Have a cordless driver and a cordless drill. And if I'm doing a job that requires drilling and driving. I'll just grab the cordless drill into the chop. If the drivers convenient, I will grab it, but it is not significantly better for the job. I like mine, because it has an LED lights up. What we do. Okay. Well, that's interesting. So you're saying that no quarter drill stops when it's maybe the new ones, do I don't know. I don't use them for that. I use corded drills like if I'm going to drill a piece of I'm going to drill concrete and tap cons. Yeah, I'll get out my hammer drill, and I'll get right in there and get that job done. Okay. But if I'm going to drill a hole, and would I'm just gonna use my cordless drill, I'm not gonna bother with that. You have to the disadvantage. Accorded drills is they have lithium ion batteries that sometimes catch your house on fire and it's running a little while. And if you have again, this is my contention, was, if you have a large job, the changing out the batteries throughout the day. Yes. Problematic in my mind. Sure as you run an extension cord, whether it's a corded corded drill, or quarter driver, right? You as long as the power doesn't go off. You're going to have the same the same. I can't work in power going through the drill the entire many jobs that I've had to do. Just in life with a drill that long that have gone that I that I would have gone through a battery on that, were would okay. So I mean concrete. Yeah. You get you. I mean it's just hard. I think I'm not against battery operated things. I've got I've got those battery operated, Lago battery operated lawnmower, man. And it's awesome. Super quiet, but you don't know the lawn but he did mow at once. Okay. Just to try it. Okay. And I hate mowing lawns. I used to mow them in Florida. And when I moved up here, I said, I'd never want to mow a lawn again. Yeah. You have a guy. Yeah. Got tenants nice. I'll buy the lawnmower, the Dan lawn. But I did. I did mow it. Just because it was so neat. I wanted to try it out and see exactly how, how nice it was. It was pretty sweet. I may try one out now. I've moved to a different location as a bet along. Yeah. Small small little, if you call it that if, if you've got a small lawn, the electric ones are perfect. Meter because small because if it's too big of a long, you're going to end up having to change battery, and you don't have to do that in the middle of a job. That's why get gas lawn more. Yeah. But then you gotta deal with all the problems of gas, MO or where you get. I mean you know what I'm talking about, right? Like anybody? That's had a gas lawnmower. Knows how problematic they can be wait. You don't the people down, south do not know how problematic they are. Because they don't pack them up for half a year and the gas goes bad. And then if you didn't put stabiliser fuel it when I was in Florida, I still had to mow my lawn in the wintertime around the wintertime, I didn't have to do it nearly as often. But I had to do it. So I never had a problem of bad gas up here. There's other things that go wrong with them, though. Absolutely. But they, they just don't know the toll free number here tonight is eight fifty five four fifty free. Eight five five four five zero three seven three three. We got more on millennials in homework stuff. Come his spreading the message of liberty crypto currency and peace around the globe worth two dollars per month to you, as you may already know in addition to our. Internet feed, L, Orrin dot FM broadcast on free to air, satellite across north and Central America as well as sub Saharan Africa. 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Do you feel like would drill down into the subject? Oh, yeah. But if you don't mind him, Chris lawnmowers to graph. We. All right. Cool. That's my favorite kind of grass. Oh, yes, it is. So some wonderful things about living out here in California pros and cons of everything. And we don't have as much freedom as she died. It was like done and long out here in California on. To this very wide lane is very small, but it is. John, California's your play. I just told from the bay, I'm getting back to my home. And I thought, you know, come out the lean about edible sweet. What's announcing that cost in Where'd you? Where'd you buy it? And what does it cost you? Girlfriend town. I went to we mass dot com. Festival by MCI was their fifteen minutes counts for about one hundred bucks. You trust you trust that app. What's it called? We'd match. We've met we need them back. We not mean mass dot com. Now you're only put if you wanna leave okay like California. So is we as we map, hooks you up with delivery people. Is that what it does? Right. You're gonna we math dot com. You'll give role live and people in your area. And then you go on the ask for let one women as we maps, fluoro- just to clarify its we'd maps, plural. W E D may PS. Okay. Got it. Be careful anyway. Because I had a co worker who was used. I don't know if this is the one he was using. But he was using something similar was, like, why are you giving the app, your information? Like there has to be fed on there somewhere legal. What's it matter? Because again, it's not legal at the federal level doesn't matter. Do they're not going to arresting. They're not going around arresting weeds smokers in California happen. All right. And that's my only point about the whole vital. Switching. A whole opened. If you've been open, you realize that this isn't it's nice if they're making p mushroom revolt, but questioning owner fail of things that are important in Oakland should be like nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine their cost. Of their gang thing or any other. Motors, your motive capital of California. Molly, you worried about mushrooms and Oakland, their priorities need to get straightened out. They've got so many other things worse than worry about. So I'm glad they move direction and hold on Mexican American move in that direction. But washington. Questioning, like you gotta saying earlier, isn't it weird? How hypocritical some of these Republicans and Democrats to that, saying that government when it comes to things like find certain things for I done to protect that they won't protect other Americans rights for jaws. I wanna take though body. We just had him on last night, had, you know, last night, we talked to we were talking to a bunch of Republicans, and they were talking about I support small government, except the customs and border patrol apparatus, which we need to make larger and like, you know, this agency has been successful at anything. I mean, this organizational model the government itself has been successful. Why do you want to turn this over to the government? And the answer is because somebody else will have to deal with the inefficient and arguably evil organization. Not me. So I'm fine with that. Everyone has that one program that they want the government to take care of, and it's one of the big problems because they're always advocating for. That one that one thing that can't be done outside of the state apparatus and everyone does. I'm a hypocrite myself, because I want the smallest government, because the black I, I can tell you the people who stuck with the most from big government are people have colored if cops aren't breaking in and shooting folks are doing cocaine in rich white neighborhood. They do that. Nope. In every day, you know, kick a door down both wrong house by I've had the net. I guess, and Atlanta thanking Doorly majority black neighborhood, if we start from the most so I'm now gonna fond. Gonna up on every level finally trying and them me meal, and everything my car legal people meal before. So we knew. Yeah. Well, that's true. Time have you. This conspiracy theory that the that if you call your the black person calls themself, a more that they can basically, get out of everything. The Moore's if I did for anesthesia. I don't believe it, but I have seen a video where a guy like fools out like a Moroccan flag, and shakes the cops and ultimately, they did, let him his Butko. More than anything else. No. One is what I love about the constant. Yes. Yes, sir. No, sir is anything in the car. No, sir. Can you start the car advocate or not? Do you know that's what I. Advocates are love. Do just a quick quick question to the black cops treat you any different. I'll get worse. Food for the White House. Have to there. So on with them I used to be able to insert for you saw. And I wanted to become a coughing till I realize who I was among like those does that can I can't do it. Why went on to do other things? But no, I know the CASA worse in the white guy in a lot of places interview said something about that in their, their ethics song FM police back in the day. The white. That's right. That's what they said. Malcolm, X probably laid it out the, the, the clearest in his discussions surrounding the house negro. But. Them being Carson's or whatever. Name name. I'm just saying that there is a historical phenomenon. Cantu phone who who's the pizza guy? I can't remember the name in Kenya. Nine nine nine. Yeah. I'll week on goons. Okay. He can say, all right. Young. I listen to you guys in you put you guys you gotta sign over you gonna do me, an internship, when I was up at the state, and you guys are gonna run off on that. And I really appreciate that. So today's. Well, you. Yes. So I'll tell you anything, you want to know family. You know what I mean, man, you want to know about the black community. I appreciate I, I understand, there are things inside of that some black people choose to do, like call other black people coons that I can live with. So I want to go back to the we'd discussion here. I'm looking at this, we'd maps and it's a pretty pretty nice site. Like you can type in where you're at, and it'll show you what you're gonna give them your personal information to legal. I didn't have to give him any information used to search. It shows you. It shows you like put a new key New Hampshire. And it shows you the, the medical dispensaries and only shows you the legal options in your areas. Does it doesn't show you like, you know, some shifty do down the snow? The, the my buddy was using like connected dealers and buyers like it wasn't just wasn't legal medical dispensary. Now, this is just legal mean, if it's if it's recreational shows you recreationally available, but it's not in New Hampshire yet. So in California than it shows you recreational you're saying you got somebody to deliver you and. Ounce of good. We'd for a hundred dollars where do you find that on this app? I'm seeing here in, like San Francisco, three hundred two hundred seventy four hundred dollar houses. That's why I want to thank the house. My house just moved out with one point three million by four guy. Well, let's see what city do I punch you find the council. We'd for one hundred bucks. Castroville Santamaria cinema Riley. Now. You'll find hundred dollars special Dame y call Domino's for like my got I because I because I could forty dollars. Sometimes it might be the same guy. Got dan. Thanks for sharing your thoughts with us tonight. And I appreciate hearing from you. The toll free number is eight, fifty five four fifty free like freedom. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three. You can take control of the airwaves here. We got a full hour to go. We still haven't really gotten into your store yet really under the headline about the millennials and their lack of cordless drills, and step ladders and such we'll get into that here. Do they wanna ruin everything, and your calls and thoughts are welcome? Eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom business free talk live life, Sunday show. This is a special alert for business owners consultants coaches, folks planning retirement. Entrepreneurs and anyone who has saving and investing to build a financial future. 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Though, I was wondering, you guys think that abortion, violates the non aggression principle in your opinions. Why or why not? I'm going to say no, because I don't think a fetus is a real human being. I'm going to say, yes, because human life starts at conception because it has thirty six chromosomes. You're not gonna give me the no one's going to give me the power to go out and snuff out the life lives of people that I don't think are worth having on the planet. So I shouldn't. So no one else should have that power if I don't have it. However, that being said, I don't think it's a good idea to lines poll to criminalize it and force people to have children that they don't want. I'm going to say, yes, along with Mark, but the, the institute of Justice, not the organization institute of Justice. But creating a just outcome is way to difficult for it to be made illegal there go run. Thanks for the call. Fifty five four fifty free that is one issue that you will never get people to agree on also think it's not a libertarian issue for just the reason you just heard it's about win a person believes life begins, and some people don't even believe life really begins until you know what your kids like six or something. And okay. I mean, libertarians believe in the protection of life, liberty and property. But at the same time you got into Termine win life begins. All right. Let's get back into the millennials life and their parents lack of any kind of household ability whatsoever. We'll say DIY skills, the way the article has where's the story from by the way, when is the source was zero hedge? I think that rich, right? Always good. When it comes to simple tasks, like changing tires unclogging toilets or resetting, a tripped, circuit breaker millennial dads are terrible compared to their own fathers, according to new research, I can reset a circuit breaker. My dad is a high bar to, to have reached I wouldn't say that I'm as good as my I'm not a millennial. I'm a gen xer and my father was born in. Thirty oh, and nineteen thirty. Yeah. And that guy grill father. My biological father. Yeah. Because you're adopted but I know so little about my bucket. I wasn't sure which one you're talking about the guy I grew up my adopted father was extraordinarily Hindi, but I mean, didn't like to finish tasks. But if it was a small task he would. So wait. What was the list it was changing entire, and no, there's a lot, this one was unclogging toilet changing entire. So we'll go through this because there's a there's a pole, but I will say nuclear, I'm I don't believe that. I'm a millennial because I'm sort of on the cusp of Esper- identify. No identify zeal. I've heard it called zen hills it that it would be a zinnias would be somebody who it'd be Z, right? No, sweetie. It's with the ex like violence in between X and millennials call it an Axial because, as any ill, then gets one thinking that it's on the other side is there's also Jin Z, right? We'll call it an excellent phone. And you kind of are, basically. And I'm the millennial Kampe titled inside. Yeah. So I'm I'm the allegedly thirty seven so I'm on the older side of the, the millennial cusp like we were talking about earlier, these, these arbitrary divisions are just that they're completely arbitrary, obviously, you and I have more in common than a millennial who's twenty that's true. Or whatever the younger citing the younger side of millennials is around twenty right now. Right. Yeah. Like ninety seven ninety eight somewhere in that range is sort of considered the end of because millennium hit. Right. That's, that's kind of where they got it from. They were born around the turn of the millennium. But yeah. And to Mark's point, like I much less handy than both. My father Steph, I'm near useless. But at least I can do some of the things that are on this list with no problem. I am not merely useless. Jeter's like my, my dad, my real dad, and my grandfather, like built race cars. Right. I'm not that's not gonna happen. I'm not doing. Okay. So I have. No totally no interest in that why. Yeah. But, but helping out with you know fixing stuff around the house. Right. I'm a great assistant, Honey this thing's broken. I can do it right. And or I need this shelf put up or something like that. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Well, I mean, I've I helped build my own house. I'm in pretty good shape as far as that goes. But honestly, frame carpentry isn't any big deal. Yeah. I surprised my mommy. Plenty of other plenty construction guys drink on the job. So I mean obviously, it can be done. Yeah, they're cabinet makers. And the end they have the skills to do it. Right. That's another one rise things like if you can drink and get the job done by all means have have won a poll of one thousand millennial dads and one thousand baby-boomer dad's conducted by one poll on alarm dot com. Okay reveals that the younger generation prefers to call in professionals when it comes to a range of DIY tasks ranging from basic plumbing to assembling furniture. So here's you. We'll play this little gambling furniture. Sure. Who somebody to there's somebody, you can call to us Senator true. Yeah. Yeah. They call it the gig economy. Now, Mark, it's not just it's not just like driving. Somebody somewhere, I was reading an article about the gig economy, and it showed a guy who was like an assembler who you would. You know there's some app for that, you know, you have been get something I and you bring up the assembler app or whatever it's called. I don't know what it's called. But because I've never used that I can put the furniture together or chair or whatever I have a customer at my, my regular job. Who's his real job is a truck driver. But he also sharpened knives on the side Saddam. That's all. I mean yeah, it's a knife sharpened by a professional is a better job. I don't care where you come from. They have some really good hand-held knife, sharpener is that you, can, you can get these days, but I can't do it. I mean really there are people who can't unplug their own toilet. Like I get it if you put something down there, that's a serious problem. But your typical clogged toilet, you can usually handle. All right. Apparently they can't write plugged in. I've clogged enough I know how to do myself. I, I'm just stunned that there's a person that will come and put together, I care miniature or something like that. I just never heard of this. Luckily, it shouldn't be stunning to you. I mean when I was thinking, Yesler shouldn't be stunning. We'll be when I was when I was younger, and I was working at the electrics department in KMart. I would frequently make a little bit of money on the side by taking like a VCR or something that an old lady would purchase, and installing it for her her house. You know, I don't want to install this. I don't know how or whatever for me, it's like, you know five minutes being bang. Boom done twenty bucks in my hand, and I'm, I'm going home. Well, when I worked in Sarasota, my last job was at a lifestyle magazine in Sarasota, they got a whole bunch of chairs in everybody got new chairs in the office. And I stayed late one that the day that they came in and I put them all together, well, okay, because while I knew that my boss being a bit younger, and just one of those one of those guys you can tell right. He's. Not good at that kind of thing. So I'm like, I'll get this done real quick. And I you know, spent the, the evening doing that rather than whatever boring pointless thing I would do at home and, you know, he always would help me with the computer or, you know, take care of the sort of things that blink problems that I have I don't like dealing with those things. So I did all that. But I'm just like are you kidding? We could have had somebody and I'm police all the light bulbs in the office. You know, those light bulbs out and in the psych PO what am I gonna do about that? I'm going to go to Home Depot when I'm gonna get you another one. I going to say this article is making me feel less useless. I'm feeling feeling good. Now. Electron guy with home stereos, and that sort of thing dissembling him. And then putting them back together for clients as well. That was my area. We got more on the way here. Our number eight fifty five four fifty free. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three. 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I wouldn't make that the claim that they do. But it is fun. It's fun for the older generation of guys to look on the younger generation of guys and say what a bunch incompetent boob. And I'm sure it's been done all along. You know. Yep. Fix my ipad so. Are we at here with this story? I won't get this ipad on, right. I want I want to go through some of the questionnaire questions with guys, it'd be fun. I I use this ipad for like I dunno like two days and it worked fine. And then it just stopped working to plug it in dead. What do you mean? No, wait a minute. Did you tell us before what the percentages were generally as far as the results that come already does that come after the questions? Well, we can go question my question because there's certain results, the resulting in the questionnaire and then there's more, but overall it was like an overall. Yeah. Overall, the baby. Boom generation is more handy around the house. I mean that was I what, what does it show you by what percentage of as far as like was it seventy percent for the baby? Boomer dad's versus thirty percent for I mean, I wanna say fifteen to twenty percent more based on the number thirty fake discrepancy, biggest grip on on these categories, and then there's more. So here we go. Can you change a car wheel at the side of the road a tire or a wheel? It says car wheel, but, you know, change it. The wheel is going to be attached to the tire. Okay. Has just revealed. About car time. So that's a no for you to hire mR need a big complicated dangerous device to change a wheel. You need a lug wrench in Jack. Yeah. Okay. The wheel is the metal thing. I know what a wheel is. That's why asked dummy. Nobody changes a tire on the side of the road. They'll do right. Yeah. I know what the difference is marquee about cars, even had to ask makes you look bad. Can you do it? No, no nobody could change a tire on the side of the road. What's the question says we'll change a wheel? Week. Okay. All right. If he gets a flat tire, and I'm in their God knows who's going to be out there changing the tire. Okay. Hold the wrench, Ian. Sixty three percent millennials Seventy-nine percent, boomer. Okay. And to that question reset a trip circuit breaker. Yes. Of course, of course fifty four percent millennial eighty five percent, boomer. Wow. That's incompetent flipping damn switch switches and one that's off. Tell you who signs as a circuit breaker box in your place. You can tell who's renting until who's living at the parents house. Yeah. True. Who sits there, the dark waiting for the landlord to come over and trip? Sometimes you just don't know. Maybe they're living in cities where a superintendent will take care be could be. Yeah. You don't have access to in that case, the, the place that I was renting in Hawaii. The main circuit breaker was in the main part of the house. I did not have access to it. Yeah. So if that did come up like there were certain things that I could call I would have to go knock on the landlord sword having rain. But I mean knowing knowing that I could do it. Right. Right. Is different. Jumpstart, a dead car, battery I can do that. Good for you, buddy and have done it. Yeah. All right. Sixty three percents truck that had a truck that you always had to start that way, really. So, okay. So even have jumper cables to. So I can help people in need it, every vehicle side story real quick on how handy. My grandfather was he used to hot wire his car every morning. Wow. Because the, the ignition thing broke the that I cannot do, so he had a he rigged up a way. Honda. Can you even do that? These days with, like the newer cars, is it. It's not like in the movies where the like pop the, you know, the steering wheel cars anymore. Do they? Well, well, yeah, sure they do, probably just because somebody leaves the key in it or something like that. But he had he had a switch rigged up in the passenger foot panel of the car that you had to turn the switch down below. So you had to know what you have to know. And then you have to hit alligator clips bolted to the dashboard that you have to spark on the dash to start the car. Wow. Very handy on that. So jump start a car, dead car, battery sixty three millennial eighty six boomer unblock a toilet or sink. Yeah. All the time. Yes. Not anymore. I finally got a really good toilet to where I don't have to anymore, but I actually feel bad, like if I'm ever in a hotel and I- clogged toilet up. They don't have a plunger there. So I can't do the job you have to I feel bad, if I have to call somebody a little maid service. I'm actually pretty good at it. I don't mind you know, dirty jobs like that doesn't bother me at all wash your hands when you're done. Yep. Yeah. Sixty five percents of millennial eighty six five percent of leno's could rent clogged toilet, okay Eighty-six, boomer generation restart a stopped furnace. Yeah. Well, I mean, there's some there are some things that can get complicated there. But generally, yes, I'd miss. I can't go in and I can't go in and like, you know, tool around inside the engine or something like that. But flip in the power and that's no big deal. I I, I have a furnace right now. It's never gone out. I have only had it for a short period of time. This one winter. I've never had to do that. Because prior to this, I was. Heating my, my previous house, up here with wood. So I don't know how to do that, somebody, I'd have to go. I have somebody, I can call and get on the phone with and they would walk me through it. This is the closest one thirty millennial forty four percent baby-boomer other more. There's one more time. We're here. Your calls and thoughts. 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It doesn't have to be the difference between millennial dad's at home versus baby, boomer dads and their lack of ability in a lot of cases to do some of the most basic household, upkeep tasks with you tonight. It's Ian here, Richie, rich and Mark. Let me tell you about the edge while it is the wallet that I use more often than any other for crypto currency. It is an excellent one. And I used it long before as my primary while I use it long before they became a sponsor here on free talk live fact, that's part of the reason why they're sponsors here because we're big fans of Edgewater on free talk live. I just use mine tonight to pay for my mail at the libertarian social meeting that we have every Sunday here in key at the local burger anyway. You can buy sell trade, and securely hold your crypto curve. He's in Edgewater at and it's your money so your in control. In fact, you're so in control edge, while it can't recover your password for you. 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I suspect you're right. Yeah. Double's openness stuck pip pickle jar using only your hands. Okay. So this is one that's been around for a little while. This is the reason why men exists. No. Well, look men's grips are decreasing over time, because there's fewer and fewer and fewer of them that do physical labor. I see. And generally men have greater upper body strength than women. Sure. But there are look, I mean, if the only reason I have a man around is to open a jar now ladies, get one of those little rubber grip things there, they, they give you a far, less flack, they don't drink as much, and they won't hit it won't hit you, another one. Another secret to, to is, you can run under a warm water hot water in that loosens it makes you kind of pile give it a little beating on the top, you don't wanna tinted or anything, but just kind of pound on a little bit. And it releases the seal that right? And you can move it, but my favorite was when Rene Rene, who is UN's ex needed ajar open. She'd walk into the studio handed to me right in front of me. And. So Mark is a yes. Along with fifty nine percent. Millennials and Eighty-one percent boomers can open. I don't have trouble opening jars so every once in a while, my wife will have trouble with a jar. And if she has trouble with the jar, I'm going to have trouble with that same jar. It's already she's already tried something she's gotten a wet because she ended win hand on it. You have to dry it off. It's not going to be a quick. You know, sure open if she's had trouble with it. I know that, you know, it's not going to be the easiest jar in the world. So I'll have to get out something. But at the very least it's pressure on you to get it done to it's true. It doesn't feel good to be handed a jar and you can't can't open. It's gotta feel worse to have your girlfriend headed to some other guy. When brute force doesn't work try brute force. Millennial dads are less likely to own ordinary house tools that older dads, would consider essential forty eight percent of millennial dads so they don't own a ladder, forty six don't own a cordless drill thirty eight percent. Don't only set of screwdrivers and thirty two percent. Don't own a hammer. Wow. But he does rock from the yard. I had to hammers and I've lost them. I don't have sky loan them out or what happened to them. That's what happens to till looking for one recently. I've got so many hammers at my house. I could probably bring you one, one of them probably mind. Yeah. I'm sure that's what it is. I, I needed a hammer so badly. I took what if your and never returned it? I think rich might have bought or borrowed. One of them's I asked, and he said he had next door. All right. Here's where it gets into the millennial defense, millennials in their defense say that modern technologies such as smart locks and doorbell cameras, require more expertise than installing their old school equivalent, high tech upgrades, smart home technology required professional support, especially safety and security upgrades. But none of that has to do with flipping a breaker or unclogging toilet. They don't have a third of them. Don't have a strong driver set. I don't even understand this. I have I have a screwdriver set, and I have a tool set on every floor of my house, just so that I don't have to go downstairs. And I've got a driver in here because I use it often one of those ones with us witchy bits in it. Yeah. That's great. It's nice convenient. You don't have to walk all the way to the tool shed or wherever you keep them in order to get your stuff and then you don't have to bring it back when you're done. It's got a play on your tools in the next room, and then more tools in the in the back. Yeah, it's good to have a little bit. Listen, you know, little small little home repair tool kit somewhere. So here's where the boomers and the millennials agree Seventy-nine percent of millennials, seventy four percent of boomers say that the definition of a handy dad has changed over the years according to alarm dot com. Two thirds of boomer dad's admitted that millennial dad's may have the edge when it comes to tech tasks around the home. I questioned that really I don't know. Man. Maybe it's just the. Z's the generations, ease, or something like that. But a lot of these young people, they don't know a whole lot about technology like they might be able to use their ipad or whatever it might be able to get on WI fi, or something like that. But you get into some of the technical side of repairing computers they can't do it. I this is dad's. So you're talking about somebody who's probably over the age of twenty five. Yeah. Maybe even over the age of thirty five as a millennial here. Starting to get out of the millennial range, if okay number thirty nine I would trust them to do many of the tasks like setting the smart thermostat and things like that. If that's what we're talking about that. They might be better off at that. Okay. Having the professional come in and install the smart thermostat. I and know what button combination to push. We had this Eleni. Tenants have had me program. They're thermostat. They're not dads and something happens. I don't know why I makes a difference. But okay, fine goes, I'm thinking on your. The era, you then begun responsible for something new to teach that tiny human, how to follow. Well, I when I when my wife got pregnant, my world changed, and you're not going to understand that until that happens to you, not happening. Well. I happen to, you know, get into a relationship and you guys could choose to without that. And what's that stepdad now ends not qualified to Braise any human being while he could get into a relationship with someone who's already birthed the tile? That's possible. Yeah. More likely what master Liu tools like apps and mobile technology. This is the interesting part. Today's time press dads are also faster to outsource time consuming home maintenance to professionals who have the tools and training to get the job done right. And quickly. No doubt. I don't wanna learn like I mean, obviously, I can do the basic stuff, most of it, that was mentioned in this article, but as far as like, you know, put a new window in or any kind of actual, like home repair tasks. It's like I it's not I'm not stupid. I could learn how to do things. I just don't want to spend the time to do it. I think that's a big part of it. Right. But, you know, even even like I work at a restaurant, and I think I don't cook a lot at home. But my parents did there were home meals all the time. And I was, you know, I talked to my mom about it was like, does it seem like, you know, my generation, or even the current next generation, whatever you wanna call that doesn't take the time to cook a meal at home? And it just seems like we eat out more often than our parents did or. You know that generation and part of it is because, you know, it's as it's cheap enough to eat out as it would be to compile a whole meal in some, sir. Not at not generally, it's never cheaper. Almost never cheaper to eat out, but depends where you go, what? Get regarding e-ends declaration of. I'm not stupid. I have the greatest home repair story that or you know, home home repair story that I, I did that really does. Make you look stupid. You got to hear the next segment. Okay. Fifty five four fifty free. It's free talk. Live. A little later. 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It was convertible, as I previously said, sorry, and one of the but it would have been nice and easy to repair. If we could have just somehow the one that the druggy cut open in downtown. That was the BMW is. Okay. So it's an old story. You've told before. Yeah, I always leave my doors, unlocked, convertibles because I you know anybody can find a knife. There's no point in locking a door on a convertible. But apparently that didn't work because some stupid, a whole who wanted the change in my ashtray decided to cut the top before pulling on the door handle. Anyway. Oh man. To be inconspicuous. Yeah. So anyway, this top needed to needed some kind of way to be attached to the, the glass. It had kinda come unglued and I thought, oh, rather than trying to find the right glue and making this work. What if we just riveted this thing down, you know, kind of kind of, you know, put a little hole, you know, just get a glass drill bit, and go through this tempered, glass and just put a couple of holes in Harrow, put it in, and put some glue in, and that will hold it in real nice and everything will be fine cordless drill bit driver at assume as well. Yeah, it was cordless and, you know, by good friend Julian, he and I were there and he's like, well, it's worth a try. Right. True is basically the people at the convertible place. They wanted me to get a whole new thing with glass, you couldn't just buy new class or whatever. And I we could've tried repairing it with glue. But then, again, we didn't know much about glo, so we're gonna try it with this. So we got the little drill bid from home. Depot and began making the drill hall in like look at each other. Hey, this is kind of working, it's kinda working its drilling a little bit into the glass, and then. The entire glass goes into falls it a little pieces. That's tempered glass right right right into the car and. We really felt bad on that one. So what you end up doing then vacuuming out with a wet dry vac, and then buying a new top, which is probably what was going to alter. You have Senator replace the glasses. Well. The top of they'll tend to. That was already a problem. So the loss wasn't that great. I got you just a mess. Yeah, it was. All right. So was there more other wrap up? We the, the wrap-up was basically just that they, they outsource their home maintenance to professionals who have the tools, and that allows them more time to spend with the people that they love in their lives. So there's nothing wrong with that. No, there's nothing wrong with that. But my God calling somebody into plunge the toilet. I mean, I guess it's really right? Renting. Yeah. Miniature if you're the millennial homeowner dad, man. I want that sucker done, then I don't wanna be waiting around. I don't want to bring somebody in and show them the results of what it was the caused the whole thing to jam up in the first place. That's embarrassing, but economically, the division of labor here in the millennials right? Quite strong because they just hire people who know what they're doing and higher. The experts and bring me Ajay noon. If I need some real, you know, homework down, or whatever he can get, you can get her done, there, you go, and which allows you to ply, your trade. You know, Ryan earn earn the money to pay him in Arizona. I gotta learn stuff. I don't wanna learn that. I'll never have to use again. Right. Unless I go into that trade. Yeah. If you have the if you're, if you're destroying time in your business, it order to do some home repair tasks, or whatever then. Yeah, I get it. But if you don't have to break it or if you're at home, and it's Saturday, and you're choosing whether or. Not to sleep in watch the game go fishing or do this home repair task recreation has its value. However, my wife isn't going to see it that way. She's gonna be like you're not doing anything today. Get your butt to work. I have I have a list of things that need to be done. Let's go do list, the honeydew the phones and the fun tapes in New Mexico. You're on free talk live for listening via the tune in app going, Dave. Perfect word choice earlier, Ian. Like you said, let's go to Dan and then moron millennials. On one. You moron. Okay. Yeah. Andy and forgot the scenario it's kinda like the Mark theory your girlfriend coming in and having Marco open your jar, your girlfriend could get knocked up by some other guy, the could that could happen. But it wouldn't be mine. You're talking about whether or not, I can have the or whether whether or not I would have children, if, if a girlfriend of mine got knocked up, that's pretty much evidence. She's with some other guy. Yeah. Well, unfortunately, the with the laws in your country and most states if you happen to have gotten married, if he for instance, somehow convinced you to actually get legally married, that silently by some other guy would be your child legally. Yet another reason to not get state married. Yep. And, oh and Mark roadside changing entire roadside. I can change it tire onto a wheel roadside really on a bicycle how to do that. Pardon bicycle no car. An automotive tyre go for it. I'd like to know I've seen like there's tricks like, Rockin the, the rim and doing a few things to making it happen. But I think it'd be a long process. Go ahead. No, you can you can learn it on YouTube, but it, it's the same as a bicycle tyre just a little bit more forest, but it's the same it's the same exact technique, but, but you can do it and people and people do it all the time. So you can't do that with crowbars are big screwdrivers or something to wedge, it on their. Yeah. Yeah. About the size of, you know, like a, a one inch rent and in Incheon and eighth ranch. A couple of those will do the trick. And when was the last time that ever was necessary roadside? But it could be done driving through if you're driving if you're driving through. Here's a real life one. Okay. How you're driving to the middle of nowhere like Wyoming. For instance, this happened to me and I had I was pulling a trailer. So you got the two axles on your vehicle. And then you got two axles on your trailer, which gives you way more opportunities to blow tire. And I, and I was already thinking ahead, I was already carrying two spares for my trailer, and I ended up blowing out to tires within, you know, one right after the other one I had no more spares and you could be in a situation where there are tires everywhere, but there might not be a mechanic for a hundred miles where the machine the swap tire out. So you could you could be in a position where I have been where you had you could go get you could find a tire. Somebody would tell you tire, but you had to get it off of their real and put it on your wheel without a machine. So there's an there's a real life exam. Apple or did not say the wheel along with it or with offer a trade for the wheel that you currently maybe maybe why would they want to sell you if they got a nice set of rim, and you need a tire. Why are they going to sell you one of their two hundred dollar rooms and then they only have three of the same room left so many other thing, too, is that the people that live farmers, ranchers or whatever they live in the middle of nowhere, and it's thirty five miles each way to town, but it takes him. Fifteen minutes to manually take one tire off of a rim. And manually put the other one back on which what which way is more cow cost effective on their time doing themselves at home by an so good call, Dave. 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Because you said last week, one point. Dead while he was planning. So what is that is that baloney sandwich, or does it depend on the day, or does that go on the day that night actually, so? Where there any Webster, napkins or anything like that? There are a lot. That's good. There was one time that bring camera Lincoln. I took my dad lunch and it was gravy involved. All that sort of thing was Tupperware headed and didn't out civil rare. Oh, you're debt's. Well, he asked for. So we just looked at. We're not very bright. And so I and then we had to go back and question was basically, you know, Lapid up like a nice dog. But, you know, because, you know, there is grave, not gonna say no to it. So funny coming up here, including Carey has apiece. Talk about mold for those that too much precipitation, and with the heat came after that so story things we were plus to return of the corner, collumnist and markets and weather all on a Monday are L. The. With this week's edition farm early word. Here's to law jonky. It's still wonder farmers of struggled plant crops this season. Average Illinois precipitation made total nearly eight and a half inches, almost four inches more the normal turn to farming. To learn more about the third wettest may on record Sonja Harper the new chair of the House, Agriculture and conservation committee, increased her knowledge recently during a visit with her adopted Christian county, farm bureau farmers. Learn more about these cog. Oh legislator and her desire to stay connected with Illinois, farmers in the latest edition farm week other farm, weekly and other all has many people on the ground, inevitably covering agriculture for you with depth on key issues to help keep you profitable, and don't forget, you can get daily or even more frequent updates online any. Time at farm week now dot com. We're back here on our f- away. I'm Rita Frazier. President Trump is in the midwest tomorrow campaigning. And while touting his EPA's approval last month of year round e fifteen sales are empty Washington, correspondent net K reports. The president will tour, the southwest, Iowa renewable energy ethanol plant in council bluffs less than two weeks after his EPA gave final approval to summertime sales of fifteen gasoline, a key Trump campaign promise growth energy CEO, Emily score will join Trump for the tour group. Spokesman John fear the presents because he's going to roll out and celebrate what his administration just to make e fifteen legal year round. There says the impact on the industry and corn growers could be dramatic. If you look at the growth, potential for fifteen long-term you could see up to seven billion new gal. Ethanol man materialize. And now you take that back to farm at the farm gate that could mean two billion bushels more than two billion bushels of additional man, which would have great Informatica impact on the price of corn and what's happening right now in rural America, all fueled by demand for fuel that's slightly less expensive than e ten gas and some fifteen cents a gallon cheaper than pure gasoline. Fear says others possibly attending include USDA secretary, Sonny Perdue and EPA administrator, Andrew Wheeler, though, neither had been confirmed as of Friday morning, the RFID radio network. Math K Washington next, Matt. Well from the nation's capital to the state capital. This week is FFA week in Springfield. The state convention starts tomorrow. Will see lots of old friends, meet new ones, for sure as hundreds of blue jackets come to Springfield for that state convention, Courtney, Gerston Necker will be home teaching at Carlisle. FFA chapter this fall, she has been teaching in Kentucky Webster county high school for the last three years this year and opportunity to come back home to Carlisle, Eleanor. NT agricultre. Honestly, I never thought that would be an opportunity at least for a long time because I didn't want to take over for my mom or Mr. Jacobs because they've done such a seminal. I'm never that would be an opportunity of that be returning home to car as an additional teacher working with my mom and Jacob because I've had my time in Kentucky. Really, Bill myself educator to now, come home and continue building that with new opportunities for students. So we welcome back home, Courtney Gerston Necker who will be starting this fall as the third in that winning team there. Joining her mom Tenny, and Mr. Jacobs will have more evade stories and you can read more on farm week now dot com. Well with all of the rain. This spring, mold could be an issue, our summer, intern Kerry, Slagle files. This report, they say when it rains, it pours, but Dwayne friend extension educator for energy, and environmental stewardship says, when it rains spores was a timely topic of conversation with Dwayne, since this twenty nineteen rain has shown favorable conditions for mold explains that when water leaks into places like crawlspaces or basements concert to grow within twenty four to forty eight hours, the best way to tackle this to get the water out quickly. However, this isn't always an option in the case that will does grow your looking at remediation. Big thing to remember, too. Smaller jobs, you might be able to do it yourself, but for large job. It might be better even though it may cost money, maybe better health wise, to have a professional service, come in and take care of those kind of things because they know how to control where those spores may go in terms of, once you start trying to clean them, wipe them off those kind of things because otherwise spores will just go everywhere aren't sure about dealing with the mold yourself. You can check out the US EPA website after looking at the website, you can then determine if it's best to handle the mold yourself or handed off to the professionals, again, one of the things is maybe something that you think, oh, I can do this myself, but you got that timeframe to think about too, if it's something that really needs to be taken care of quickly to keep the situation from being worse. Another reason that you may want to consider some type of professional service to get it done quickly when dealing with mold. It's important to consider the factors, you can make the decision that fits best for your experience, schedule and health, so maybe you have mold or maybe you do. Don't but either way it's important to keep more than mind this way. Next time it rains, you'll know exactly what to do when it spores I'm Kerry cycle summer intern at the RFID radio network. Thanks Carrie, and a loss in the corner. Economists will be back. This is our FD Eleanor. Are empty radio networks? Rita Frazier connects rule routes for you. Rita delivers passion and reliable information to listeners on the RFID radio network her radio career spans close to three decades. Here's a bit about her rule. Routes I grew up on a small farm. My job today allows me to connect with people from all walks of life, and experience, tune ity everyday. I get to talk about what I love farming Beit routes, or routes are EFI radio far. Wait now dot com and far week you connected. Illinois economy runs on our homegrown agricultural products are dairy corn and soybeans grow the agricultural industry by nearly twenty billion dollars each year. But we do just grow Illinois. We grow North America Canada, Mexico account for over forty five billion dollars in US agriculture exports. And they support more than one million American jobs. Experts to Canada Mexico mortar to everyone in agriculture and. Food industries. A message from Illinois farmers and their checkoff programs. A lot of real estate companies like claim now go the extra mile help you buy or sell farm, recreational properties. Let's face it. Most of them, don't have the experience to get the job done truth is when it comes to competition by farmed calmly of all the dust, and that's noble. So if you're serious about buying or selling large acreage property, kala team that you can trust by afar dot com. Call eight hundred four four three one nine eight welcome back. If the little on Monday, I'm lost Yongki with gone of minority senior economist, Illinois farm bureau. Hello, Mike eight a loss. Creighton university. You mentioned Ernie gos- before as well. But some interesting, though, this is a business conditions index in about trade war. Yeah. Issues is the same university Ernie gossip and there's two different indexes. Put out Ernie guys puts out one called the role. Mainstreet index comes out third week of the month came out may twenty fourth. But the other one is also from Creighton, which is their mid America business conditions index west of us, but pretty indicative of downstate, Illinois Konomi, because west of us economist start looking like downstate, Illinois because you've removed Chicago for the picture. So good indicator, kind of what's, what's happening, kind of Illinois, minus Chicago equals Iowa. It might say. We we go further south. They don't have. They don't have a watermelon tobacco crop part, I will like we do, but, but yeah, they in that midwest min America business conditions. They said that one in eight manufacturers reported switching supplier to avoid tariffs that have been impacted under supply chain, and that two-thirds of factors of indicated that these trade wars, making it more difficult to purchase. Well, see. So this see, there are consequences from this in, so I if I'm surmising that your suppliers from China, I'm trying to avoid the terrify going somewhere else then that's somewhere else can just raise their asking price a little bit just so long as it's not as bad as the Tara exactly. So there's a umbrella affect here, which everyone gets the raise their prices in line with the tariff just a little bit less. Of the tariff. And so, you come out, you know, competitive so when people say, oh, you just find a American manufacturer for that. Well, okay. You will transfer jobs back here. That's true. But you're going to increase the price increase the price up some of these products you'll find a forty percent drop off into manned because that increased price. Well I mean you change the labor situation and so that loans changes yours. Reggie, we're yeah. And, and like you said, I mean you all you can raise they will, you know, anybody competing to raise the price just underneath that tariff. So that point you're not paying tariffs. You all have a defacto tariff. Right. Yes. So that gets over to the New York, federal Bank study, which was really a pretty amazing study. And, you know, people I know people out there going to say, well, that's political, or whatever, in this New York, federal Bank, studied, that is the lead Bank within the system. What twelve fourteen federal banks cross the United States, and it was authored by what they did is went back to a study that was published in twenty eighteen in the national bureau of economic research, which is very respected. And they updated the this, this study from last year. And looked at what happens and then they modeled, what would happen if we go ahead with these tariffs on Mexico, this new round of tariffs, but so they had so's really two parts to their update. What was true? They found in twenty eight what could be true starting next Monday on the impacts. So getting around kind of what we're talking about, is they found a one to one pass through of tariffs into the prices US products. So it basically means it's tax is just like it's like it's like paint a sales tax essentially one thing that we talked about a couple of weeks ago, the stickiness of prices. Yeah. So that, even if the tariffs went away, yes. Are still thinking probably I would bet on it. You know prices, don't come right prices go up easier than they come down. And so, yeah, you're gonna long tail on this. And what that so there's another study out very interesting or just more of an analysis, and it was in the Wall Street Journal last couple days, showing that with the new round tariffs, that would roughly equal the, the nineteen seventy three oil crisis in the US, the crisis, which was when we're importing all our energy for all our oil from the Middle East and OPEC came in as cartel, and artificially raised prices restricted supply, and oil prices went up that set the table up for the United States going into high inflation rate by the end of that decade. Seventies from nineteen seventy three to nineteen seventy nine for the first time in a longtime US had an inflation rate that was double digit. Gasoline prices were shooting up back, then everybody smokes. You know, half the country's tobacco prices were going all prices, even things that we did not import from the Middle East, all were started snowballing because what you got into the call cost push inflation, or a supply, constraint inflation, and that's the fear here that we will end up replicating that kind of cost push inflation. Get ourselves one or the other either. Ability in kind of inflationary cycle, as people start manufacturers, retailers, start hiking prices in anticipation of tariff increases or you get into what they call stagflation in which you don't hike prices quite as much. But the economists lows down people buy less unemployment goes up so under that scenario really buy. Yes. Possibly dropping by half. And so enter that scenario, they're looking at a unemployment rate doubly from what is now by by twenty twenty one. Yeah. Over the next like two years, but there's election that's going to go. Yeah. Is also the whole political thing. The other thing about so leaves the example of the appliance goes from five hundred to five hundred fifty bucks. That means those fifty bucks. You also pay more sales tax on that as well. So nine paying another four dollars fifty cents to play that by times account like solar. Solar. Goerner Ghana's minority as we break for markets weather. With the are FDA market summary for this Monday morning. Jim Taylor corn beans and wheat all ending Friday, lower like one closing at four fifteen and three quarters down four and three quarters of timber corn down five and a quarter for twenty four and a quarter and December corn. Four thirty three and three quarters down four and three quarters July beans closing at eight fifty six a quarter down twelve and a half Augustine's down twelve and a quarter eight sixty three in September eight seventy down twelve and a quarter July. We closing at five, oh, four and a half down five and a half timber week, down four and three quarters five nine and a half in December. We'd five twenty two and a quarter down three and a half July being meal. Three twelve thirty down three sixty July being oil twenty seven thirty eight down thirty eight cents in current electron overnight trading July corn down three and a quarter September coined down three and a quarter December coin, four thirty and a half down three and a quarter July beans overnight down five at a quarter. August means down five at a quarter. September eight sixty four and a half down five and a half, July Weeden the overnight and six and a quarter September week down six and December wheat down six five sixteen at a quarter, the outside markets. August Brent crude oil, sixty three twenty nine one sixty two a barrel. The aug gold contract down thirteen seventy this morning, thirteen thirty to forty livestock market from Friday, June lean hog, seventy sixty five down seventy two cents July lean hogs down three dollars, eighty three thirty five unite Catalano six ninety two down sixty seven cents August live cattle down one fifty one of three thirty August feeders one thirty seven twenty five down to two September. Feeder cattle one thirty seven thirty five down to twenty five cash livestock, walnut livestock option last week. Steers one twenty the topic of annoyed wreck browsing guilt trading steady on Friday at forty eight to fifty four and I'm Jim Taylor. The RFID Radiohead work. Good morning. This is an Hicks from free sodas weather with the early morning. Eg whether update on the RFID radio network for this Monday morning. Daytime highs in the seventies and eighties were common across the midwest this past weekend. Two main weather systems, brought some showers Illinois wanna system over the southern US with drifted, slowly northward Friday into Saturday, producing some showers over the state. The second was a cold front, moving in from the northwest during the past twenty four hours, which produce some additional showers and thunderstorms across the region. Most weekend rainfall across Illinois was not all that heavy with amount since Friday, a few hundreds to a half inch any heavier amounts were fairly spotty heavier rains did fall to the east end of the west of Illinois dry, weather is expected across the region today tomorrow with cooler drier air dominating midwest as Canadian high pressure builds in from the northwest. Daytime highs in the upper sixties and seventies are expected over the northern areas with seventies. Low. Eighties in the south and good dry conditions are forecast over Illinois, both today tomorrow with sunshine and low afternoon. Humidity northwesterly flow will bring another cold front, south eastward, across the region by mid week, this will bring some showers and thunderstorms back into Illinois, especially Wednesday in Wednesday night. Heavy rainfall is not expected with his system with most rainfall amounts in the quarter to three quarter inch range additional Canadian air moving in behind the mid week system will keep temperatures below normal across the midwest into late this week and most areas. We'll have a few dry days behind this system later on in the week another system. Moving in from the northwest will likely spread some showers thunderstorms across the midwest this weekend. Looking ahead into the six to ten timeframe? It looks like near to above normal, six to ten day rainfall in the southern through eastern midwest. With lighter rainfall amounts farther, north west six ten temperatures should be a little bit warmer, but near to slightly below normal. I'm Dan Hicks from freeze notice. 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Next radio is the free FM radio app. Still works on your Android smartphone. Download next radio now with the Google play store. Stay tuned to this station and stay safe. Service still newscasts fighting to the seven twenty nineteen. I'm Mike Clifford. Democratic presidential candidate you'll Biden changes course on federal funds for abortion. Also on our Friday rundown, we had to Minnesota for national gun violence awareness day, plus learning lifesaving CPR at the ballpark. Topping our news. The Associated Press reports democratic candidate Jill Biden reversing course declaring he no longer supports a long standing congressional ban on using federal healthcare money to pay for abortions. The says by made the declaration, Thursday folly two days of intense scrutiny and criticism for rivals after his campaign affirmed. The seventy six year old former vice president is still supported the Heideman at a Democratic Party fundraiser in Atlanta, Biden said, keeping hide would prevent poem from exercising, their console rights to terminate a pregnancy every day. At least one hundred Americans die from gun violence. Roz Brown reports advocates for tougher gun laws say they're making slow, but steady progress to change that today is national gun violence awareness day when many gun law advocates will wear orange to call attention to the issue. The most recent mass shooting in Virginia two weeks ago, left thirteen people. Dead. And many others injured at a municipal complex, Shannon waas, founder of moms demand action for gun sense in America says her group's efforts have led to new gun safety legislation in twenty states. It important to remember that it isn't just the mass shooting school shooting. It's the daily gun violence, the kill hundred Americans in city centres, and in rural communities homicides, and suicides like Colorado recently became the fifteenth state to pass a so-called red flag law allowing the temporary removal of firearms from a person who may present danger to others or themselves, the US has more guns per capita about three hundred billion that any other nation and a higher death rate than any other developing nation in the world. The gun violence shows forty people have been killed in mesh shootings in just the past thirty days this week, the US House passed legislation that would provide more than two million people path to permanent residency and citizenship. Eric Gladys catches up on the details. The American dream and promise act includes so-called, dreamers who entered the country as children, and people with temporary protections. Jennifer piper with the American friends service committee, says the measure would affect people who have been living in the US for decades and in some cases, re-applying protections every eighteen months, though, the government already knows them. They're employed, their key members of our communities and right now, they're facing deportation, and abrasion from their home and their children, as President Trump looks and these programs. Nebraska congressman, Don bacon, from Omaha was one of only seven Republicans voting to advance the measure critics argued the Bill lack additional border security provisions requested by the Trump administration and faces an uncertain fate in the Republican controlled Senate. With a legislative session. Join to close Bill that would right. New York state's ambitions clean energy and climate goals in law has gained some critical support the climate community Protection Act has already passed the state assembly several times. And now with democratic majority in the state Senate, the Bill has reached majority sponsorship in both houses, according to Jessica Optima har- with the nature conservancy in New York. Passage of this Bill, would make New York, national leader in the efforts to slow global climate change. This would be I believe stronger legislation in the nation with its combined deep emissions reductions targets, along with its social Justice and worker goals to Bill would require the state to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by twenty thirty and one hundred percent by twenty fifty and direct funds to environmentally vulnerable. Low income communities. I'm Andrea soon. Reporting late this week governor Andrew, Kobo said he considers passage of the climate and community Protection Act. A priority for this legislative session. Finally are Neria, rob. Lagaan tells us hundreds of people at the dorm bulls minor league ballgame last week acquired an extra skill they learned hands only CPR from local EMS teams. The American Heart Association says hands only CPR can save lives without requiring now to mouth resuscitation the technique includes pushing hard and fast in the center of the chest at a rate of one hundred to one hundred twenty compressions per minute. That's a quivalent to the beat of songs like staying alive by the BG's or crazy in love by the on say, Kim, Woodward of Orange County, EMS operation says many people hesitate to perform CPR, because they think it might worsen a person's condition. Conception of PR is am I going to get trouble? Am I going to call form remind soaks that they are they're protected in North Carolina? Under the good Samaritan law that gives them immunity, which very few laws do that. The people who are assisting in the emergencies are actually immune from liability research, by the American Heart Association has found hands only. See PR is just as -ffective as conventional CPR, Woodward points out that performing any type of CPR can double or triple a person's chance of survival, Mr. baited ninety percent of cardiac arrest could be fatal without the innovative CPR. That's according to the American Heart Association by Clifford. Thanks wrap. It up a week with public service. We are member list supported raw line at public service dot ORG. There are ton of social networking websites, but one stands apart for very special reason. This one saves lives. It's matching donors dot com. Matching donors dot com. Links organ donors with people in need of kidney and other transplants in the US nineteen peop-. Each day, waiting for an organ transplant most of them for kidneys if you've ever considered becoming a living organ donor. 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The interference was distracting, but the codebreakers highly trained ear was the best in the air force. A now all his concentration was focused on picking out the distant rhythms banging through the either did did did did dot. The tones game fast and furious buried and static. But the code breaker heard their message loud and clear and their message was big news. He checked his transcription twice before he left his post. He knew he was good. Very good. In fact, but he didn't wanna get this when wrong Dodd did for d a single bit for e da for a and then another. D D, E AD, the young airman removed, as headphones and contemplated. The impact of what he had just learned the most notorious mass murderer and the history of the world was dead. And right now, he was the only American who it he rose stiffly and shook out the kinks the long lonely hours hunched over the receiver were wearing on his back and hips. He walked to superiors office and entered without knocking this annoyed his superior. But the code breaker was. Was never much for protocol. I have some news said the code breaker, and I have door said the superior maybe you'd care to knock on it before entering. The code breaker just stood in waited. His soon to be trademarked snarl curled across his rugged face. Is there something you need airman not? Particularly replied, the code, breaker, in his distinctive baritone. I just thought your boss might like to know that Joseph Stalin is dead. The psychopath responsible for more than fifty million murders was gone, and the Soviet Union was for the moment without a leader, what that meant for the United States was far beyond the codebreakers, pay grade. But he knew the truth would take just a few minutes to find its way all the way across the North Atlantic and into president Eisenhower's. Hands hours later. It would be the headline in every newspaper around the world back home in Arkansas, his friends, and family would read all about it. But none of them would ever. No, it was. He who unlocked, the secret, I it's funny thought the code breaker. How fast news can travel, once you put it in language. Everybody can understand. The Arman returned to his great uable and resumed his shift. He listened for new information, hidden in the static. But heard nothing. So he wrote a plaintiff letter to his girl back home, nothing about his work. Of course, that was forbidden, and he knew his letters would be read carefully, by the censors. He just told her. We loved her and Mr. and look forward to the day when his time was once again, his own later, though, as he lay awake in his steel bunk. Pondering, the gray walls, and the bad food, the restricted privileges, and the officious bosses the call the shots his thoughts returned to the hidden code. That announced the death of a murderer on his old guitar. He repeated the rhythm on the string before finally drifting off did dotted dot didata did that Dada? The next day in what can only be called a happy coincidence, for music fans around the world. The men of the twelfth radio squadron were treated to a film. It was a movie about another group of men stuck together far from home. They too were living in tight quarters. They too were confined against their will, and they too were desperately lonely. The code breaker understood their pain and resolve to put it into a language that everybody else could understand that night, the young airman who missed his sweetheart and yearn to escape as post in Germany reached again, for his old guitar, and captured the nuances and rhythms of loneliness. And 'isolation translating them into a melody recognize today around the world. Did dot dot dot did that Dada? You know, as a country music legend with three hall of fame inductions, nine CMA awards and seventeen Grammy's, but back on March fifth nineteen fifty three he was just a homesick airman far from friends and family who just happened to figure out the Joseph Stalin was dead before the rest of the world, the code breaker, who shot a man in Reno, just to watch him die. The man in black, who songs would forever change color music, along with Folsom, prison and a good deal. More than that. The man you know, as Johnny cash anyway, that's the way I heard. The way I heard it is sponsored by ZipRecruiter, the smartest way to hire, what makes recruiter so smart. Well, they don't overwhelm you. With unqualified candidates, their powerful technology scans thousands of resumes to find qualified candidates that are right for you. It's one of the dip recruiter is rated number one by employers in the US. 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Little brother not only believed the democrat would win he believed victory would arrive in a landslide all the pundits said, so all the poster said, so and all the media agreed. Well on November eighth all that, when out the window to ED's, great relief and his brothers abject horror, the Republican prevailed now a few weeks after the most contentious election in American history. Ed was trying not to gloat. So he concentrated on his Turkey. His little brother called for an end to the electoral college. He enjoyed his mother's candied yams as his little brother bemoaned, the future of the first amendment, and the fate of the supreme court. But when his little brother loudly predicted the end of America's democracy and proclaim to everyone in the room that the buffoon in the Oval Office was not his president. Ed pushed back the election is over. He said, the American people have spoken and like it or not. He is your president now. Please shut up and pass the gravy. Ed's little brother pass the gravy, but he did not shut up. He offered instead and impassioned warning against the perils of dictatorships. He implored everyone at the table to resist the coming, police state and beg them to defend the Bill of rights lest vanish from existence under the despot now in charge with each new sentence. His face grew more and more. Flushed, his voice rose higher and higher like Shakespearean actor addressing the last row of a sold out theater, the man is a tyrant. I tell you a tyrant at on my honor. He will never be my president. With that ED's little brother, leapt to his feet and stomped off into the night. Slamming the door so hard a picture fell off the wall, Ed side apologized to his guests and turned his attention. Back to the Turkey later, Ed would find a line in his brother's diary that stuck with him. It read fame fame fame. I must have it. I must have fame at wondered if maybe the divide between them might have been more than political, because even though both brothers were talented actors only Ed was famous. It was Ed who traveled to Europe and toward the United States. It was Ed whose name appeared on Broadway marquees. It was who basked in the glow of critical reviews after playing the role of hamlet for one hundred consecutive nights. And it was egged who statue was erected in. Hammer. See park, the first American actor to be honored in such a way. So why is forgotten today because five months after ruining thanksgiving dinner edge younger, brother gave a performance that would forever upstage his older, brother and shock the entertainment industry. It was only a cameo with a single line but he delivered it with unforgettable passion, like Shakespearean actor addressing the last row of sold out theater. Seek Semper to Rinus, thus always to tyrants. It was a curious thing to say about president who wanted to make America great again. Unless of course, you wanted a different kind of America, divided America at America, where one man could legally own another, man. That's why at the end of America's long and bloody civil war ED's. Little brother leapt onto the stage at Ford's theatre and delivered his one line seconds after shooting tyrant named ABRAHAM LINCOLN. That's why today we barely remember Ed, the former a list celebrity whose name was once the toast of Broadway lives now forever in the shadow of his younger, sibling, a lesser known talents, who dreamt fame, but settled for infamy, the murderous little brother of Edwin booth, whose full name no longer bears repeating. Anyway, that's the way I heard it. The way I heard it is brought to you by ZipRecruiter, the smartest way to hire business. And in hiring, they're smart moves, and moves aren't so smart reinvesting profits in your business. That's smart getting bogged down with reviewing tons of resumes. When you need to hire. That's not smart. That's why I use it recruiter. Their powerful technology scans thousands of resumes. Identifies applicants with the right skills, and actively invites them to apply for your job. It's genius. You qualified candidates fast right now, my listeners can try ZipRecruiter for free. That's recruiter dot com slash row. That's Zip Recruiter dot com slash our W e ZipRecruiter, they really are the smartest way to hire this the way I heard it. The new governor looked down from the podium and considered his legacy. He wanted to be remembered as a great leader tough, but fair Amana faith who lived by the courage of his convictions. But right now that legacy was in question hundreds of angry. Protesters were occupying the capital and it was clear. They were not going home anytime soon, what to do send in the troops and risk a PR disaster. We're give into the demands of an unruly mob. The trouble had begun five days earlier, when the governor hung, several large banners in the town square. Each banner featured, a commandment, the most important commandment of them all in his opinion. It was a risky move as a politician. The governor understood the danger of publicly declaring his faith, but as a leader, he wanted the people to understand that his devotion to a higher power. Was sincere at first the governor was relieved by the reaction, a few nonbelievers shouted insults toward the capital, but not much else on the second day, though, the protesters returned in greater numbers and demanded the banners. Come down naturally. The governor refused that kind of weakness was out of the question. However, the governor was a reasonable man and address the protesters directly from the podium high above the capitol steps, he spoke to the angry mob, about his faith, and encourage them to follow his example, for it is, in his name said the governor and by his grace that peace and prosperity will come to this. Untamed land. The protesters were not convinced they didn't share the governor's faith, and they did not disperse soon. They were joined by others. And then by others after that. And now after five days of simmering discontent the prospect of danger was both clear and present the young governor had to make a decision. He had to show the people who was really in charge behind the capital, the troops awaited orders. The governor figured the rabble would likely scatter at the first sight of his militia, but he knew many would resist, and he knew that many would die. But he also knew that history would remember him as a governor who was tough, but fair Amana faith who stood by the courage of his convictions. The governor gave the order and the soldiers marched toward the mob weapons trained on hundreds of protesters, but then a curious thing, happened, the protesters didn't scatter nor did they resist. They simply sat down before sit ins were even thing, the exhausted men drop to their knees, right there in the dirt link their arms together and dared the governor's men to kill them where they sat. The soldiers raise their weapons and waited for the final command. The governor stared down from his vantage point high above the unfolding drama. He gazed across the square. The offending banner that had caused all the trouble hanging limp in the breeze 'less afternoon. He thought again about his legacy, and then the governor blinked he called off his soldiers and removed, the offending banners later in the quietude of the capital, his advisors congratulated him for defusing a deadly situation with no bloodshed they called him prudent and merciful, maybe he'd be remembered today for those same qualities were it, not for another protest, a few years later, a protest where the governor would once again, appease, another angry mob, and assu-. Sure his legacy once and for all by, then, of course, no one was really surprised because the citizens knew exactly what kind of man, there governor was a man who would tear down the banners that proclaimed his devotion to a higher power. The same banners that broadcast, the most important commandment of all hail Caesar. After all, if the people could get their governor to betray his own emperor, who knows what else they could get this guy to do this governor of Judea this man. They called punches pilot. 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The country is offering its military, but the US wants more. Remember President Trump plans to hit Mexico with five percent tariffs on all goods starting as soon as Monday. That's because he wants Mexico to help stop people from coming into the US illegally. Mexico, does not wanna see those tariffs happen. The Wall Street Journal says Mexican officials are pledging to send six thousand national guardsmen to its border with Wata Malla that's an entry point for a lot of Central American migrants as they make their way through Mexico and to the US. But US officials are pushing for more they wanna see changes to the asylum rules. The New York Times says they won't migrants to have to seek asylum in the first foreign country, they enter after leaving their homes, for example, Guatemalans would apply for asylum in Mexico rather than continuing onto the US at this point. US lawmakers are focused on the tariffs, though, in both sides of the aisle are pretty much against them. Republican lawmakers have even said they might try to block the. If it does come to that, but we'll see how toxic. Oh today. Stay tuned. Some sad news out of New York. At least one West Point. Cadet is dead and more than twenty cadets and soldiers were hurt from a military truck flipping over officials. There say that's not common and they're still working to figure out the exact cause the US military academy at West Point is one of five US service academies, in the country, and we see news reports debts were on their way to a training exercise. When the truck rolled. For the first time a New York City police Commissioner formerly said he sorry for the stonewall inn, raid, the rate happened fifty years ago, and is known as a turning point in the gay rights movement in June, nineteen sixty-nine police raided the stone while in a gay club in New York City. NPR says police typically harassed the club, but that night they were hoping to shut down for good that raid led to six days, violence and protests and sparked the modern movement for LGBTQ rights, vox reports in the past police commissioners, have not apologized saying it wasn't needed because the past is in the past. But now the current Commissioner says the raid was wrong, and it should have never happened. Although the AP reports critics this apology took too long. A massive pride celebration is planned for later this month in the city to commemorate, the stonewall riots. It's Fisher now, cell carriers can now block robocalls by default. The SEC's new rule gives phone companies permission to assume you want those scam calls stopped USA today reports phone companies have tried to stop the robo calls in the past, but either you the customer had to opt in for it and didn't know you needed to do that, or the companies weren't so sure if it was actually legal. Well, the FCC cleared it up this week carriers Ken now block robocalls. Although you must still have the option to opt out in case for some reason, you still want those calls at this point. The Wall Street Journal reports nothing in the policy stops carriers from charging customers to do this, but it is up to the companies, the FCC expects phone companies to have the tech up and running by the end of the year. The people women's World Cup starts today in France. CBS sport says twenty four nations will compete for the trophy of the next four weeks. The US women's national team is one of the favorites to win. In fact, they're the returning champs. They won the less World Cup in two thousand fifteen the US women's team plays on Tuesday, but the first game kicks off today at three pm eastern time. France will play South Korea also in sports game six of the Stanley Cup finals is on Sunday last night. 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Starting next month. You can take an Uber helicopter. But only if you're in New York City, the verge says the new right is called Uber copter, and you can book on right on Uber's app. The helicopter can hold five people and for now only flies between JFK airport, and lower Manhattan that flight. We'll take about eight minutes, and it will cost you about two hundred bucks. By the way, you have to be an Uber platinum or diamond member to book that trip over says the helicopter is the first real demonstration of its flying car project. We were has competition, though a new service called blade offer something similar. The Obamas are getting into the podcast world, the verge reports. They signed a multi year deal with Spotify Brock and Michelle Obama will make podcast exclusively for the streaming service through their production company higher ground. There aren't a lot of details about the podcast yet, but Michelle Obama says, she hopes they'll help people connect emotionally and open their minds and hearts earlier this year. The Obamas made a similar deal with Netflix. For films TV shows they plan to make several series and features so far. We don't know any of the release dates. The biggest night in Broadway. Is this weekend? The twenty nineteen Tony awards air on Sunday. Billboard says James corden is hosting while stars like Sarah Burrell's Tina Fey, and Josh Grogan will present awards. Of course. They'll be plenty of singing many will perform including the cast of Beetlejuice the share show and Oklahoma as for awards. The prominent footsie are up for best musical. Well, kiss me Kate, and Oklahoma are nominated for best revival. By the way, it was a great year for Broadway Rolling Stone says the Broadway season broke attendance and box office records hitting two billion dollars in ticket sales. 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We thank you for this fabulous book. We thank you for Luke's unique perspectives. We thank you for making these available to us. We pray father that your Holy Spirit would open our hearts and live to what you have here for us that we each may grow in grace, in the knowledge are coming king as we commit this hour and ourselves into your hands in the name of your Shula. Amen. Amen. Well, we're the twenty four th chapter of Luke's, one of my favorite chapters, because his full prices has it's humorous dimension. So we'll just jump right on in, and if the final week of the ministry of Jesus on the earth. And as we look through all of these, I've encouraged each time that you would look at the study the peril, passages were obviously in chapter twenty four the last chapter of Luke, in the last chapter of half you twenty eight last chapter Mark are parallel passages that encourage you to compare and study because each one has things the others miss, and it makes it very colorful. And of course, Jon spends most of his Gazal on the final week last two chapters of his thing, chapter twenty four concludes the gospel of Luke and also sets up, as you know, he's a shrewd he's author because he sets up the sequel. And so if you enjoyed the book, Luke, you will love the book of acts, which is volume two of the book of Luke so to speak. So keep that in mind as you think these things the dot. The resurrection is our primary topic and boy does that engage a number of related topics. It's the dominant climactic truth of the gospel. That's what distinguishes the Christian gospel from every other religion on the planet earth is that it's founder rose from the dead alive today. Frank, dre tip ller from the study of physics and thermodynamics determined to things. He was a unbeliever atheist. He discovered two things that startled him. He did it strictly from his understanding of the laws of physics mathematics. The first is that there is a God, you say, well, no kidding. How smart is that? Well don't knock it. There's a lot of PHD's fizzy that have no grasp by that have gone that far. But the second thing that he concluded from his studies physics that all life is destined for election. And if you have advanced tools and math, you might find provocative to take a look at his discoveries in line of reasoning from his. Fields of science bear in mind talking about a secular scientist air, but has come to those conclusions in his book. He wrote a book called the physics of immortality modern cosmology, God and the resurrection of the dead. You might find that a provocative read. But in any case, Luke twenty four, of course, covers the resurrection we've been through the last supper, we've been through a semi the six trials three Hebrew in three Roman trials, the abuse, the crucifixion and the death. Our Lord, twenty four is, is the validating experience the resurrection itself, the entire book of acts, valium, two of Luke, so to speak is on the resurrection of Christ. All that happens because he rose from that Jesus appeared as a prize, and maybe make list obviously, Mary Magnin John twenty the other women that are mentioned in Matthew twenty eight the men on the road to amass and we're gonna look at that here. Shortly, it's one of my I think one of those delightful experiences. In, in, in New Testament. And of course, he appeared directly to Peter to his rather James Postles minus Thomas. The apostles with Thomas and the seven disciples up of the seashore in Galilee. So let's just jump in verse one not on the first day of the week. Very early in the morning. They came unto the separator, excuse me, the last few verses of chapter twenty three dealt with women. That's the context, you're picking up when you go to chapter four when they say they came to the separate the group of bringing spices that they had prepared and certain others with them, this is now this is Sunday morning as we would call it. It's the feast of first roots it celebrated in the morning after Shibat after Passover. That's how it's defined Luek Twenty-three. See Passover can be any day of the week and the day after it starts the on bread and depending on whether what day of the week at might be that would determine whichever it is there is about after later in that week. So it's the day after Chabad that's the first day in the way we look at the counter this, then celebrate first fruits, so in this particular time when the smoke is rising up at the. Temple. He's the first fruits a group of women discovering an empty tomb in, in the garden. And so the seven of Moses are prophetic there, obviously, commemorative historically, but they're also preventing tells explains that to us in Colossians chapter two so they're not only predictive they are fulfilled. The thing that predicting is fulfilled on the day. They're observed, and so the Passover was on the Passover, and so on. And so that's an interesting thing to really analyze as you study, the seven of Moses Jesus rose on the day of the feast, I rinse. And that's just elegant example, it predicted as being the first fruits and he actually became the first fruits on the day it was observed, so. Okay, we're the first day of the week, very early in the morning came to sabotage the spices, they prepared and certain others. Mary Magdalene Joanna and Mary, the mother James who probably may have been also one of them was the wife. Cletus William counter him count to her this afternoon. They found the stone rolled away from the Sepah carry. You wonder what, how do they plan to get through it? We only was sealed. But it was had. Had a police guard. But when they got there that was a non problem, it was rolled away. It was open and came to pass the energy and found the body of Jesus, Lord Jesus came to pass as they were much perplex to their about behold two men stood by them in shining garments, these are what we would call angels, but like men, there are two angels in Matthew and Mark only mentions. One of the two who gave the message to the women. And as they were afraid and bowed down their faces to the earth. They said they said under the girls. Why Seekie living among the dead? He's not here. But he has risen remember how he speak onto you when he was yet in Galilee. You know, it's really quite remarkable to go back in the Texans. See many times Jesus made reference to this, and they didn't get it. They thought it was allegory idiom. They didn't pick up, I think women did by the way, some of the women that the guys out to lunch. You girls always have twice. Right. This the bible has middle he li- ally. You know, and so forth. Anyway, okay. Downer. Seven saying, the sun, the angels, the son of man must be delivered into the hands of central men and be crucified, and the third day rise again, more than once these Tolan that he would suffer that he died was raising the dead and you go through and compile a whole bunch of those examples you do that on your own. It's move on. And they remembered the women that is, they remembered his words and they returned from the Sepah car and told all these things onto the eleven and to all the rest. And by the way, that up room, you're talking, probably a hundred twenty people, the twelve there and do left, of course that night. But here now because this is qualified himself. The Levin is really title that would be the right number at the title, and all the rest, and it was Mary Magdalene and Joanna and Mary, the mother of James and the other women that were with them, which told these things into the apostles. Predictably their word seem to them as idle tales and they believe them, not the Jewish mind. Do male mind tends to disregard the women's, they can't testify in court not counted in tallies. That's part of the culture thing. So this is consistent with that they probably weren't insulting, but they didn't buy these words seem to them as idle tales and they believe them, not later. Jesus going to rebuke them for their own belief, by the way. And that's Mark sixteen. Mary, Magdalene, ask Peter, Jon to examine the tomb for themselves, nobly, go check it out. Right. That's John twenty so and picking up in Lucan verse twelve then arose, Peter and ran into the Sepah Kerr. Stooping down he'd be held on close laid by themselves and departed wondering and himself at that which had come to that was come to pass, so Peter and his impulsive way haram. Check it all out. He gets there and. He he reference to the close laying there, but still puzzled at what's really going on here. Mary lingered we and then Jesus himself appears to her. And she recognizing eh I is all in John twenty various thing account, she turns her looking in there and sees Jesus and thinks he's the gardener. So that was a strange experience because this was not a stranger. She loved him and being there he isn't that far away. And yet, she doesn't recognize him until she listens carefully to his voice, when he says, Mary, and she realizes who it is and worship. Well, now we pick up verse thirteen this narrative of what's got to be one of the most provocative bible studies in history. The whole two of them is to disables went that same day to a village called amass, which was from the Rome Jerusalem, about three score furlongs realize, you people don't wanna furloughing unless you play the horses get into that here. That's a measure very straightforward furlong in Greek. It's a stadium. It's a measure of distance equal six hundred six feet nine inches. So anybody hollow furlong now, you know, six hundred six feet nine inches for those that don't know, basically though, what we're talking about here is roughly seven miles three score for longs is technically six point eight nine miles. I'm going to say it's come using seven miles, as a reasonable approximation. That's quite a hike. They took from Jerusalem to village to the west of Jerusalem. I love the scene. They talked together of all these things which happen. Get these disciples. It's been a rough food as all the terror and all the and they're, they're frightened that are coming on talked to all these things that happen, and it came to pass that, while they commune together in reasoned, Jesus himself, drew near and he went with them, but versus Steen has a mystery behind their eyes were holding that they should not know him. I don't know what that means. Whatever it means is relieved in verse thirty one whether some kind of supernatural blindness, or whether it's just the psychology of the moment, let's just table that concern for the moment, it's, but it's very significant that for whatever reason they didn't realize he was. He was a stranger and what I find really humorous is the way he handles that, you know, we were doing shooting script, and making movie this hard to resist the temptation. Hey guys, it's me. You know, doesn't do that. It's not as what he does. He said to them. What manner of communications are these that you have one to another as you walk in our sad? You know, hey guys bothering you and one of them whose name Cleophas answering said them are only a stranger in Jerusalem. Chessmen has not known the things which are come to pass their in these days or an Arvin actually where were you fella? Where have you been? Have you seen the paper? I mean for have so clear presents companion. Wife was name was Mary, according to ninety twenty five and it's possible. She might have been one of the companions. He also may have been the Elvis who is the father father in law, James, James the less in Mark fifteen the disciple mission Matthew ten those speculations. We're not sure case James might have been his companion, that's possibility. But we don't know any moving on. But I love this. They say to him where have you been fella? He's them, what things. I can't resist but next commission point after that my vital because. It took some interesting composure to come off that way. Because in the last few days, he's been arrested tried abused killed Coosa fide, and for three days now he's raised what happened. What things what things. They send him concerning Jesus of Nazareth, which was a prophet mighty indeed word before God and all the people and how the chief priests or rulers delivered him to be condemned. If then have crucified him, but we trust that had been, he should have redeem Israel beside. All this today is the third day since these things were done. Yeah. In certain women also company made us astonished which were early the soccer when they found not his body. They came saying that they'd also division of angels, which said that he was alive. Pretend to say, hey dick, Tracy, don't you recognize me and sort of which were with went to the separate founded even so as women said, but him they so there, this is Luke's summary of the summary. They gave the stranger but it's got to be. That's got to be entertaining episode my then Jesus speaks, okay enough already. Then he said unto them for roles. Strong language of fools and slow of heart to believe all the prophets have spoken ought not Christ to have suffered these things, and enter into his glory, notice that sentence, he has still referring to himself in the third person it is. Hey, it's me guys. He saying you guys haven't done your homework isn't Christ supposed to have done all those things. He's he scolding like a schoolmaster on of some of these things, and to enter into his glory. It's matter. You guys. So he reigns. Incognito, a sense. He uses what the quibble with third person pronoun. And so here's this other interesting verse and beginning at Moses and all the prophets. He expounded unto them in all the scriptures the things concerning himself. That's quite a study. That's a lot to conclude in seven mile hike because he starts at Moses and that's important, we know here's another one of these many confirmations that Moses wrote the Torah, the first five books of the bible, but he's getting Moses and all the prophets and later, that night it's going to say all the prophets and the psalms, they're included here. He expounded them in all the scriptures. That's a long reference. Shane. And they're gonna walk. Copy with him or is he just leaning on the fact that they were all familiar enough with scriptures to make references whatever, but into all scriptures, the things concerning himself? And among other things this validation of who wrote to tour, we want and beginning at Moses, and all the prophecy expounded to them, all scriptures, including things all the scriptures, what's over things written a four-time. Paul tells us in Romans very important verse in the facility, the Romans by Paul Romans fifteen four. You wanna be careful. There are people that indulge in what somebody might call exclusive truth. You wanna be careful of those interpretations that foreclosed a portion of the scriptures from you because this is one of the rebuttals to that right here whatsoever. Things written a four-time were written for our learning that we through the patient and comfort of the scriptures might have whatsoever things, it's all relevant, and one of the discoveries you need to make personally. Is that every detail every number every place in the bible is there deliberately? And that from that insight you off to make huge discoveries. The Rotem has seven mile bible study covering all the scriptures. That means you talk, probably started in Genesis three with the seat of the woman, the I promise of the messiah, the Abram offering his Isaac, which is a model of all happened here and Abraham knew that. So he names, the place prophetically, and of course, the whole background of the Passover would be part of this picture. The tabernacle is erected in the wilderness, and the serpent the brazen, serpent in the road is that whole thing, which Jesus explains they can Amos is a foreshadowing of how Jesus was to be raised up in the three psalm twenty two and psalm. Nine you know is part of that walk because Jesus crises on every page, and I challenge you to challenge you to challenge that statement as you go through your rival, and they do not under the village after the seven miles. Okay with they went and he made as though he would have gone further but they constrain him insisting. They insisted him savored. They can stream saying abide with a sport is toward evening, and the day is far spent, and he went into Terry with them, cool, but something strange happens came to pass as he sat at meet with them. He took bread and blessed it and break it and gave it to them. That's a violation etiquette. He's the guest. That's the job of the host. He just takes over. He took the bread and less break and give to his as he gave it to them. They make a discovery. Who's in charge here? Jesus always in charge. We know that. Jesus had nail prints because Thomas nail. Princeton, John twenty Zachariah predicted is twelve ten they look on me whom they pierced John, the Baptist speaks or me. John in revelation is the lamb as it had been slain. John, the Baptist introduces him as the only man made things in heaven. The only things in having their manmade are scars his saying Lord is risen indeed and hath appeared to Simon and they told what things were done in the way and how he was known of them in the breaking Red Sea when they get together that night. Lorde appeared to Simon apparently with the thing that tip them off, who is having dinner with him. He was known of them in the breaking of the bread. How is that the apparently when he broke the bread? They saw the nail prince and that's when they realized who had been with them for those seven miles. Can you imagine? Joe? What things were done in the way, how he was known of them in the breaking bread. And then there is were opened and they knew him and the minute they knew him he finishes out of their sight. He is they're going to go back to Jerusalem. And when they're all together behind locked doors. He's going to get here, which puts us right into another topic. See he was physical, tangible and localized. That's gonna show up in at night when when they get Shuki he's is I'm not a spirit. Handle me and see spirit is under flesh and bones. You see, he's physical. He's tangible handle. He's localized. He's there. He's not there, some kind of spirit, he is there. Okay. The resurrected Christ physical, tangible the capable of disappearing walking through all. That's rough stuff here. Resurrected Christ, we're dealing suddenly in that he's hyper dimension talk about that a little bit here. But any case has they discover who he was. And then he disappears they said, one to another did not our heart burn within us while he talked with us, by the way. And while he opened to us the scriptures they reflect on that seven mile hike. They must have really shook them up to suddenly, realize that the Lord had walked with him and taught them as they went, and it's a mysterious thing that they didn't recognize him. We'll talk more about that before the hours over, and they rose up the same our and return to Jerusalem, take another seven mile going back when returned Jewish and found the eleven gathered together, and then that we're with them, those more than the eleven the title of the group saying Lord is risen indeed. Never appeared to Simon and they told what things were done in the way. And how is known them in the breaking bread. And as they speak Jesus himself stood in the mist of them, and send them peace be unto you now for them to be surprised not a problem. But notice they were terrified. They were terrified in a frightening and suppose that they'd seen the spirit. We said of them. Why are you troubled? Why do thoughts arise in your hearts, behold, my hands and my feet that it is? I myself handle me and see for spirit half not flesh and bones. And as you see me. Then say flesh and blood, by the way, it's blood shed flesh. See me have. So he's not a spirit here. He's tangible is a tangible person. He's challenging them be touched handled felt. Okay. That gives rise to a couple of other things to come at here in first yarn one don't opens his first letter as we were going to that which was from the beginning, which we have heard, which we have seen with our is, which we have looked upon and our hands handled of the word of life. Joining writing his letter makes reference the fact they handled him. He's physical. On the one hand, something else will get into in the third chapter of that letter. He one of my favorite verses in his letters. Journal says beloved now are we the sons of God and not yet appear what we shall be, but we know that when he shall appear. We shall be like him why for we shall see him as he is. And I believe that's a statement of dimensionality. We're not going to see a representation of what he is like a to mental picture three mental person or something that we're going to we shall be like him because we shall see him as he is whatever. Dimensionality enjoys, we will to say, wow, that's, that's, that's a lot there. We know that when he shall appear we'll be like him. And we shall see him as he is. So this introduces a sidebar so to speak on this topic about hyper dimensionality, hyper dimensions that simply spaces, more than three dimensions term. We think of three mental space length with high. We experience three special mentions dimensions more than three are called hyper dimensions special study. If you have a box has succeeds for walls of Florida ceiling, can you enter and leave that box without passing through one of those succeeds, the answer's yes, you can't. And he did he shows up among them, and he also later disappears. That's hyper dimensional travel is apparently very realistic here. The more you know, about our physical world, the more natural that seems. This same solid because it's an allusion to digital electrical simulation. That's getting all that here hyperspace, simply voiced more than three mentions. We live in three dimensions. And we usually limit our imaginations to three DR objects, mathematicians and engineers work with more than that all the time. But the special tools to do that. It's look at Paul's writing Fiji's three seventy nineteen hundred pulses that Christ may dwell on your hearts by faith that he being rooted and grounded in love may be able to comprehend with All Saints. What is the breath length the depth and the height and to know the love of Christ, which passes knowledge that might be filled with all the fullness of God. Now, Paul is talking about spiritual things here. But notice what he stumbles into here he lists. How many divisions ref length depth in Heith four and one of those Greek term for time for dimensions. That's in your bible, Einstein made, you know, side of history, the twentieth century, the relativity, BASI basically discovering that we live in fort just three. You've been listening to sixty six forty the ministry outreach of Cornelia house and Cornyn institute. Today's bible teacher was Dr Chuck missle teaching through the gospel, according to Lu, for a complete listing of resources available. Please visit k house dot org. You could also call us at one eight hundred K house one to learn more about going institute, visit coin institute dot org. 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But I've discovered that the pursuit of happiness is usually a hunt for greener grass. If only I head, we often say or maybe we think if only I could on and on those if only go, but everyone who nibbles on someone else's grass eventually gets a stomach ache. What we need then. Isn't another greener lawn to nibble on, but a completely different way of defining happiness. Happiness isn't out there in the circumstances of life. It's really in here. Down deep in our attitudes about life. Think about that, happiness quite simply is a choice choice to pursue possessions or to pursue a person that's with a capital, p and each of us faces this choice, every day, we live. Amend named Paul lived in the first century gives us insights for making the right choices in his little, but powerful letter to the Philippians, so I want you to turn with me to this letter Philippians chapter one, I want to begin reading at verse twelve down through verse twenty one listen closely Philippians chapter one beginning at verse twelve. Now, I want you to know brethren that my circumstances have turned out for the greater progress of the gospel, so that my imprisonment in the cause of Christ has become well known throughout the whole Pretorious guard and to everyone else, and that most of the brethren trusting in the Lord because of my imprisonment have far more courage to speak, the word of God, without fear. Some to be sure, or preaching Christ even from envy, and strife, but some also from goodwill. The latter do it out of love, knowing that I'm a pointed for the defense of the gospel, the former proclaimed Christ out of selfish ambition rather than from pure motives, thinking to cause me distress in my imprisonment. Who what then only that in every way, whether in pretense or in truth Christ is proclaimed and in this, I rejoice? Yes. And I will rejoice for on that this will turn out for my deliverance through your prayers, and the provision of the spirit of Jesus Christ, according to my earnest expectation and hope that I will not be put to shame in anything, but that with all boldness Christ will even now as always be exalted in my buddy, whether by life or by death for to me to live is Christ. And to die is gain. You're listening to insight for living to search the scriptures with Chuck swindle, be sure to download his searching scripture studies by going to insight world dot org slash studies. And now the message called what a way to live some of you were children of, of the sixties and into the seventies of you were children of the fifties. I was a child of the thirties. And of the forty s and when I remember when I first said that to our children is they were old enough to understand they stared this believing at me across the table, and one asked daddy, did they catch up when you were a little boy? Yes, I was happy to tell them they also had the wheel electricity and other advanced technology. But what they didn't have was television television. And if you are of my vintage, you remember that what you did for pastime was listened to some of the great radio dramas and comedy shows of, of the thirties and the forties like the green hornet, and the lone ranger in gangbusters and Jack Armstrong, the all American boy, and lemon Abner in Amos, and Andy and fibber McGee and Molly Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy. But if you if we were really good, and if we got our homework done, we would be allowed to sit up on Friday night, and listen to inner sanctum. Which got us the scared we couldn't go to sleep till midnight. But my favorite of all the radio shows was a I don't know. I don't know why. But it was it was always listen to it was called, Mr. district attorney, you remember that one fact, the announcer, every time he introduced the show us the same lines and, and I'm memorized, those lines and he talked about, Mr. district attorney, the champion of Justice, the advocate of the people, the defender of our rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, and I would get up and I would say those words, announcer would say, sort of snotty, little kid when I was that age. Not enough growed up. I'll have discovered that those lines, the pursuit of happiness. In fact, life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are not just words that appeared on an old radio show. But they come directly from one of our greatest of all documents are declaration of independence, written by Thomas Jefferson. And the full paragraph. Reads we hold these truths to be self evident that all men created equal that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Those may be our rights, and we may indeed. We are willing to die for those rights, but never I'm a man. And if had time to think about those last three words question that happiness comes as a result of a pursuit. When was the last time you really found joy? Outside yourself. What is there that we can pursue that will bring the kind of satisfaction, and joy of which the declaration speaks? Nothing. Nothing. Nothing with price type brings lasting joy. No possession, no choice of friend or mate. Joy is choice. It's the result of a decision that one makes to be happy. You see, I think if there is any pursuit, it, it's an internal pursuit. It is an inner journey. That leads one joy, regardless of external. Circumstances. GW target in a fine short story entitled the window. Illustrates perfectly. There were once two men both seriously ill in the same small room of great hospital. Quite a small room just large enough for the pair of them two bids to bedside lockers door opening on the hall and one window looking out on the world. One of the men as part of his treatment, was allowed to sit up in bed for an hour in the afternoon, something to do with draining the fluid from his lungs, and his bed was next to the window, but the other man had to spend all his time flat on his back and both of them had to be quiet and still, which was the reason they were in this small room by themselves. Of course, one of the disadvantages of their condition was that they weren't allowed to do much. No reading radio certainly, no television. Well, they used to talk for hours and hours about their wives, their children, their homes, their jobs, their hobbies, their childhood, what they did during the war where they've been on vacations all that sort of thing. Every afternoon when the man on the in the bed next to the window was propped up for his our he would pass the time but describing what he could see outside. And the other man began to live for those hours, the window apparently overlooked, a park with a lake where ducks and swans children, throwing them bread and sailing model boats and young lovers walking hand in hand beneath the trees. And there were flowers stretches of grass games of softball people taking their ease in the sunshine and right there at the back behind the fringe of trees of fine view of the city skyline. The man on its back would listen to all this enjoying every minute how child nearly fell into the lake how beautiful girls were were in their summer dresses, then an exciting ballgame or boy playing with this puppy, it got to the place that he could. He could almost see what was happening outside. Then one fine after noon when there was some sort of parade the thought struck him. Why should the man next to the window? Have all the pleasure of seeing what was going on. Why shouldn't he get the chance? He felt ashamed and tried not to think like that. But the more he tried the worse he wanted to change. He would do anything in a few days. He turned sour. He should be by the window, and he brooded and couldn't sleep and grew even more seriously ill one night as he stared at the ceiling. The other man with a window suddenly woke up coughing, and choking, the fluid congesting as lungs and groping for the button, that would bring the night, nurse running. But the man in the other bid watched without moving and never reached for his button. The coughing wreck the darkness on on choked off, and then stopped the sound of breathing stopped. And the man continued to stare at the ceiling. In the morning, the day nurse came in with water for their baths and found the other man did. They took away his body quietly, no fuss. As soon as it seemed decent. The man ask if he could be moved to the bed next to the window. And they moved him tuck him in and made him quite comfortable. And left him alone to be quiet and still. The minute they had gone. He propped himself up on one elbow. Painfully, and laboriously and looked out the window. Faced a blank wall. One man illustrates the desperate desire for circumstances to make him happy. The pursuit of happiness is a bit by the window. But the other man illustrates a deliberate choice of joy. Regardless of the fact that his window opens onto a blank wall. Which one are you? What will it take to get you smiling again? How long will it be before you will become the source of joy? Rather than the dreamer of. How many more months will pass as you lie on your bid, envying, those who seem to have life, put together? Are seem to have the better portion of God's favor. No. Life is a gift from God. Liberty is a pleasure, that we enjoy and defend but happiness. It isn't a pursuit. It is a choice. Let me think of it in two columns for the next few moments think of this mindset of joy and happiness as a positive mindset and think of the mindset of needing someone or something else to make me happy as a negative mindset. And in those two columns, let's build a list, shall we? On the left side. Let's put the negative mindset and on the right the positive, and listen closely. This isn't some dreaming story that comes out of an individual's imagination as we will see it is directly linked to the truth of scripture. The negative mindset. What's true of those people number one. They need certain things before they can be joyful. If I just had that new car if I could just finish my education, if I just knew what it was like to be out of debt. If I only could have that position of power and influence in the company, if we could only turn the corner in our business, they need things. Before they can be joyful, the positive person on the other hand. They need they need virtually nothing. Tengible. They need virtually nothing tangible. Here's another. Those were the negative mindset or those who are dependent upon others to provide them with joy. They are dependent upon other people to make them happy. The wife, who says, if I only had this kind of husband, I would be I would be fulfilled. I would be happy. The husband who says, if I could only get rid of this woman, I could really be happy. Again, somebody else is by source of joy or sorrow no, no no thousand times. No. But that's the way the negative mindset, works, the positive, or those who create their own reasons for joy. Whether or not the children are healthy, whether or not the report from the doctor was good, whether or not the individual who lives next door is friendly, whether or not you chosen for that office, whether or not your businesses successful, because people come to you, and make it that way. They create their own reasons for joy. Here's one more. The negative nine set. Would be those who see joy as always out there. Always in the future. But the positive claim joy, now it's a present reality. It's not something that's dangled at the end of an education or something that comes at the completion of a long trip. Or a wedding at the altar. It's not something that will some day happen. It's something that I claim today right now. Everything of any lasting nature related to joy listen to this comes from what we think, on. What we own not what somebody provides. And not what will someday happen in the future. Let me show you this in Philippians chapter four if you have a bible, locate the fourth chapter of this great book on joy and observe how the great apostle Paul describes a joyful mindset. Chapter four verse eight finally brethren. Whatever is true. Whatever is honorable whatever is right? Whatever is pure, whatever is lovely. Whatever is of good repute. Living bible says whatever is true, good, right? Pure lovely fine. If there is any excellence and if anything worthy appraise, let your mind, dwell on these things. No wonder he could say in verse ten I rejoiced in the Lord greatly rejoiced in the Lord. I didn't rejoice circumstances. How didn't rejoice because other people like me and an applauded my efforts and appreciated me. And affirmed me I didn't rejoice because I knew sometime in the future things would work out our rejoiced now today. It is a mindset, I have a little book has not a little book. It's a fat little book. It's over six hundred pages long from an author who has her PHD from university in England, and it's entitled fourteen thousand things to be happy about or they are folks, if you ever wondered, and they're all kinds of things listed. It's a twenty year search he's been on, and she's not put this in the covers of between the covers of book, and I've read some of them, and I haven't found one thing that will make anybody happy because they're all outside now nothing wrong with Safai little work. It helps you remember your blessings that we're told it's to, to remember the things that it'd be grateful for, and here's a good way to do some remembering but, you know, it's like that pursuit of happiness, you can have all of these warm little fuzzies. And be miserable. Because you choose to be, and you can have very few of these fourteen thousand things and be the be contagious source of joy in your community are in your hospital room or in your home. Because you think on the things. Think of your mind is a Bank. Think of the thoughts you place in your mind as you're deposits. Your mind will not release what you have not deposited. And the benefit of that withdrawal. Would you have placed those things you've been thinking on the benefit is the joy comes as the interest, when you withdraw the fought you put in your mind, you have joy coming in addition to the thoughts, Paul is a classic example? Classic example. Here is a man who has written a four chapter book, only one hundred and four verses in the English version of our bibles, and pull Sates with joy and happiness, and it isn't something that he dreams about or pursues its claim, it's a choice. If you don't know the man, you wouldn't realize. That he is the man who wanted to go to Rome. But he wanted to go as a preacher. God took him there as a prisoner. He wanted to speak to the emperor as a free man as he represented the case, because you may not know it, but as a Roman citizen, he had every right to appeal to Caesar which he has done, and to wait an audience before the emperor, which he is doing. But you know how we got that audience? Listen, he was illegally arrested in Jerusalem. The Jews claim that he desecrated, the temple the Romans thought he was Egypt Shen, renegade. He became a pawn in the hands of the political machinery of the Roman empire. Nothing more than that. He finally was granted a trip to Rome, but it wasn't in luxury. It was on a ship that while in the Mediterranean, it was shipwrecked. He was washed ashore, along with other people that have been on the ship. And after a period of waiting he finally got to Rome. And when he was placed under the authority of the Roman officials he was chained to a Roman soldier in a house arrest, where he set for two years, and more awaiting an audience with the emperor and he's done. Nothing illegal or wrong. You know what the word for that is today Vic? You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio heartland newsfeed dot com. Service still newscast fighting to the seven twenty nineteen. I'm Mike Clifford democratic presidential candidate, you'll Biden changes course on federal funds for abortion. Also on our Friday rundown, we had to Minnesota for national gun violence awareness day, plus learning lifesaving CPR at the ballpark. Topping our news, Associated Press reports democratic candidate Jill Biden reversing course declaring he no longer supports a long standing congressional ban on using federal healthcare money to pay for abortions. The says by made the declaration, Thursday folly two days of intense scrutiny and criticism for rivals after his campaign affirmed. The seventy six year old former vice president is still supported the Hyde amendment at a Democratic Party fundraiser in Atlanta, Biden said, keeping hide would prevent poem from exercising, their constitutional rights to terminate a pregnancy every day. At least one hundred Americans die from gun violence. Roz Brown reports advocates for tougher gun laws say they're making slow but steady progress to change that today is national gun violence awareness day when many gun advocates will wear orange to call attention to the issue. The most recent mass shooting in Virginia two weeks ago, left thirteen people. Dead. And many others injured at a municipal complex, Shannon waas, founder of moms demand action for gun sense in America, since her group's efforts have led to new gun safety legislation in twenty states, it's important to remember that it had just the most shooting school shooting. It's the daily gun violence kill hundred Americans in city centres, and then world communities homicides, and suicides, like Colorado recently became the fifteenth state to pass a so called red flag law allowing the temporary removal of firearms from a person who may present danger to others or themselves, the US has more guns per capita about three hundred billion that any other nation and a higher death rate than any other developed nation in the world. The gun vibes archive shows, forty people have been killed in mesh shootings in just the past thirty days. This week, the US House pass legislation that would provide more than two million people path to permanent residency and citizenship. Eric Gladys catches up on the details. The American dream and promise act includes so-called, dreamers who entered the country, children, and people with temporary protections. Jennifer piper with the American friends service committee, says the measure would affect people who have been living in the US for decades and in some cases, re-applying protections every eighteen months, government already knows them. They're employed, their key members of our communities and right now, they're facing deportation, and abrasion from their home and their children, as President Trump and these programs. Nebraska congressman, Don bacon, from Omaha was one of only seven Republicans voting to advance the measure critics argued the Bill lack additional border security provisions requested by the Trump administration and faces an uncertain fate in the Republican controlled Senate, and with legislative session. Join to close Bill that would right. New York state's ambitions clean energy and climate goals law has gained some critical support the climate community. Protection Act has already passed the state assembly several times. And now with democratic majority in the state Senate, the Bill has reached majority sponsorship in both houses, according to Jessica, knee Mahar with the nature conservancy in New York. Passage of this Bill, would make New York, national leader in the efforts to slow global climate change would be I'd leave stronger legislation in the nation with its combined deep emissions reductions targets, along with its social Justice and worker goals to Bill would require these state to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by twenty thirty and one hundred percent by twenty fifty and direct funds to environmentally vulnerable low income communities. I'm Andrea Sears reporting like this week of Andrew, Kobo said he considers passage of the climate and community Protection Act a priority for this legislative session finally are Nettie arrived. Lagaan tells us hundreds of people at the Durham bulls minor league ballgame last week acquired an extra skill they learned hands only CPR from local EMS teams. The American Heart Association says hands only CPR can save lives without requiring mouth-to-mouth resuscitation the technique includes pushing hard and fast in the center of the chest out a rate of one hundred to one hundred twenty compressions per minute. That's a privilege to the beat of songs like staying alive by the BG's or crazy in love by beyond say, Kim, Woodward of Orange County, EMS operation says many people hesitate to perform CPR, because they think it might worsen a person's condition. Misconception of CPR is am I going to get trouble going to call form remind so that they're, they're protected in North Carolina? Under the good Samaritan law that gives them immunity, which very few laws do that. The people who are sitting in the. Emergency actually immune from liability research by the American Heart Association has found hand only PR is just as -ffective as conventional CPR, Woodward points out that performing any type of CPR, Ken, double, or triple a person's chance of survival instructed ninety percent of cardiac arrest could be fatal without the individual CPR, according to the American Heart Association Clifford, thanks, wrapping up a week with public service. We are member listener supported role line at public service dot org. This. I did is genius. This is the onion news network. And now. From the studios of freedom speaks Ernest Hancock. Believe me when I say, we have a difficult time head of what if we are to be prepared for it? We must Burs jed fear of it. Then out. I remember that I am here not because of the path that lies before me what we that lives behind me. I remember that one hundred years we have these machines. After a century of Lor, I remember which members move. Them. Relatively concern today. Man, there's a bunch of stuff going on. But we're not a frayed. Have we concern here on declare your independence, understand cock here and pink Cerezo, not a from the DeVos studios of? Of seeing. Veterans. What we're gonna do today in the third hour, we have a guest, it's Jacob Lamont Jacob mutt. Good friend from Blaine Washington, where he has marijuana dispensary there. And we're going to go ahead and get up dated with him. And how business be a going. You know, is it a Bowman? We'll find out we're going to we're going to get up and personal with how he's been doing. I know he was trying to sell it at one time. And there was some kind of overlapping time, they, some, some, I guess didn't go through these guys. So we'll get the ACA and get caught up. Jacob demont and pretty soon, we're going to be leaving to go back to my brother-in-law's wedding and fast and pork fast and go, visit a friend of mine that's near passing North Carolina. Donald fly there to meet us, there CEO up, then we go to back here for a little bit. And then to Washington for some visit with some friends, and in she was come bag says go, there come back here be was grandbabies. It'd be a whole week and have without grandbabies. I just can't. But. You know it's nice we have we got two of them here now. Their mother and father are in New York doing for his. Work. He they got some big conference and whatever they'll bring them up on stage and tell them how co is, and they get the dress up or some Dalla ball, kind of deal and my daughter RIA, well, man, beautiful, when all Malania trip on it is just a beautiful dress. No, it's a kind of burgundy wine. Cub something I mean, I'd say what color, it's. It's, it's not purple, but it's not green, you know, so it's kind of, you know, orbiting or some but. Let's see we all and last night. We had dinner with Irene pie came over. Donna hooked us up and. There. To had this button. You hit the. And it turns off with called a cough drop. You know, caught button hit that industry. And before I had a lot of times, I just to mix rate hit the button. But I just clear my throat or turn my head or finally. Listener sent me cough muffler, and like what, and it was four win hunters go. They stick it in her mouth, and it coffin. It muffles that makes it sound like an animal or something like that. And I go, I okay, I get it. I get it. I get it. I get it. I'll get I got. So what happened was Irene pie came over. She is an activist on vaccine mandates and stuff like that here in Arizona. And it started off with two got divorced from her husband that was suing her for custody after years be using the issue that she didn't vaccinate so he's going, well, obviously, she's don't fit mother. She vaccinating. So she's like. Ellie. So she did a bunch of research and plopped on the judge and bam. You know, and this is why since that time, she's become well known those what's up and spend a lot of time at the legislature lobbying, or at least educating legislators the thing is, is that it's, it's working for, because a lot of legislators want the information you other grandmothers and parents and stuff hail, one of one of the guys, it's writing stuff on her side is cheese, the nurse at a hospital or baby nerves or something like that. He's got a child and after the time span, we'd all vaccinate so here in Arizona, it's. Thank their big arm is coming up against the people and even some legislators. So they she said they had seven hundred people there, which means three hundred or something, you know, it's they went by the department of public safety, there acid, they said, eight seven hundred seven on now that a lot of people down there, and it was RFK junior and Dell. Big tree, K Arezzo when we were in Hawaii was a couple of weeks ago, and a came on Saturday and really big shoot there for four five hours and wearing yellow shirts, and hell no, we won't get shot, whatever and have presentations and such and Irene commit because we had talked about it. I said, you know, we probably do another vaccines education summit. And so now we're going to do. In September it over so I go, okay. You know we can push that button. So negotiate the hotel now they came back with I wrong. Yes, I wouldn't found the old contract and just do it like this whatever. So we're going to probably finalize that today. It's going to be June fourteenth or twenty eight and twenty eighth book and we'll see if we can move at the fourteenth not we'll go twenty. Now, we'll have a lot of the same people James Lyons wiler scientists that their whole thing is all these lab is kind of what Mike Adams does the. No, you have crap. I'm sorry crank up my. We have Mike Adams has is the. Lab, natural news. This is their whole thing. They don't trust labs, so they go, no. I don't trust you guys. I got my own lab. You know, we'll see what it says. And does you know myself well then. You do a lot of things yourself, you'll find that they been lying to you. That's a whole track of. Discovery and thought right there is that whatever they've been telling you whether they've been testing, they just been. So then what you're to do. You have. Scientists that know the microbiology doctor, Judy Mike, that she's going to be speaking, then del big tree did the movie vacs, and so on. He's got a big beauty presence, and he's really been hammer and going at it, and working with Trump administration, so he'll be. Speaking, then they're trying to get see if RFK junior might do that. And then let's see who else. There's a couple of other speakers. You're talking about and some that we've had last time. So when we do this, it's going to be right. Win the election cycle for twenty twenty starting so I going to craft it in such a way she wants to bring her legislators and find like I don't care what I if you bring these legislators than we're going to bring candidates, well, a bunch of anarchists pirate libertarian kind of booth making look, all kinds of cool. It'd be, you're such a rockstar because yo- we like this. We're to vote for you, while these legislators there, and I'm going. Yeah. This could be. Yeah. We'll, we'll make it work. We're going to and big thing as well. We are going to do initiative. You know, some health freedom. You're not allowed to force needle into me initiative, or something, I don't care just want to be able to do signs. I made that clear. I go all about doing side wrap with the vote. On that. It's september. We're going to kick back from the first letter of Dr Driss barber, I've healed many landlubbers could have healed countless more, if they were willing to break the law to preserve themselves, the crown required that I bathed leaching privateers, who didn't share my oath to do. No harm. I was forbidden from discussing the treatments. I knew patients needed the crown claims to protect landlubbers from bankrupting medical expenses, but only seduces them into begging for relief. While privateers monopolize the management of chronic illness, this, Royal alliance has constructed medical hegemony that denies science discredits attorney remedies and mandates unwanted treatments. While callously ignoring the victims dying on waiting lists. 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You're listening to the best liberty oriented audio streamed around the clock on the air and online. This is liberty radio network at L RN dot FM. Roads. It's the earnest Tam Kok show where we're going there arms. In rome. We have a good friend, that is the big giant secret lotta people know who he is. But he's mid fifties and good looking man swipe right on tender, boy, be banging it and. Talented got a great business. He's doing well he's divorced. You know, several years ago, he got divorced. We're still friends with his ex wife, but, you know, no fault of his own. So he is looking guy talented plays guitar and the band rights and performed at different things. And he's just, you know, good guy. Well, all of a sudden he started getting some kind of neurological thing is. How was it is nervous system to started dying Melton away? It's like Lou Gehrig's disease. But they can't pin it down. It's just and it's going down. Quick I say, like six months, also now ninety percent of the time he's sitting in wheelchair. So it's just he's got resources. I mean, you know, he's got money. So he's trying everything. Up, Dr Judy. She helped him some stuff and nutritional supplements and kind, try and use nutrition help. Not deteriorate so fast while they're trying to find out what the hell is going on, and they still really don't know now he's looking into any and everything. And so I had a bunch of stuff that we've come across. I'm from Phoenix and doing some research from whatever. And one of the things that he's really working on wanting to do is stem cells. I happen those people so we do Donna's right over there right now doing. I just got Tetra goes, yes. Done right now can't wait freaking rock and roll is do it. And I go well, you know it could be a single thing could be ten thousand dollars now. It's down. It's gotten not cheaper, but I go, they'll, they'll stem cell replace your entire body, and, you know, like Brecon distort sci-fi movie for fifty thousand dollars spent a whole month pumping, you know, all kinds of stuff. Yep. Right. Right. And their side friends that did it in China when it was first a vailable than some other plate now. They have treatment centers in Panama. And I've watched them younger. I just been healthier ever since. I've known them fifteen years, it's been Beijing. And so I'm used to joke and I go well, we'll see if you grow the third head man, you know, when that happens, then I'll up you I you know, like ideal, and it's been got some amazing stories and. I should I should share this one coming on this segment. Think I'm breaking confidence. Tell you who it is. But I guy sixty something he's older. You know, I mean it wasn't like a kid, you know, late fifties sixties and also goes up to his employer and he says, hey, and I'm going off myself in a month. You know this is I can't take anymore. I've tried everything diagnose, we're good. We're going to me and my wife, we talked about. We're getting everything set up or gotten, I give you know you're going to need some time to do a month and I can suffer a month, and we'll train and doing known bunch of IT stuff, and, like what now. Now this guy, I know Madam renewal rational. Intelligent capable professional, and the reason was he'd been fighting, depression and anxiety. You know, always like he's fighter flight thing, just, just hammered on them as tried everything on everybody. It's just really some just jacked up his mind. And he just didn't want to suffer anymore gone through, it's painful for whatever's life. And he just decided they know. No, I'm a go do Sawyer and green. Watch the movie lay on the cotton kind of do it thing. So green there was option that you had. They put you in a cho- nice pictures, and movies and films of how scenic and beautiful earth was before went bad, and all that kind of stuff as you fade away in the other, but he's. Serious about this. And he goes wait. We'll let our Titians you know, check you over. And so my wife's doctors and do something give me give me a shot here. You know, and is like. So we have one of the doctors went live with them for three days. And he just said, I just need to see something going on here. I don't know what it is. But we'll just hang up. You know. Get the deck of cards man for three days or just gonna hang. He goes, I know what your problem is so game a little NIA did the magnet. Those rare earth magnets, really strong magnet. And as about the now side, your fingernails or something. And he said, just place it, right? Belief beneath your nose and above that little gap. I don't know what you call it your upper lip up there. Right above your upper lip in the middle. And you just hold it there and he holds the magnet. Their boom went away. He's like, what the hell? So he goes, I know what your problem is. He had done a bunch of different dental work over the years, and so on, and he had in his upper teeth to teeth is, I don't know which ones, but in the upper part of his jaw, he had two different kinds of metal and because they were different kinds of metal in the proximity. They created an electrical current. And there's a nerve that goes down. It goes straight back into your brain for something. Okay. And that electrical signal was what was doing this? And when he put that magnetic magnet, there, it disrupted that signal and all of a sudden is like just flipping a light switch. And he's like, what the hell? So he spent weeks in about thirty thousand dollars. Have an all of his teeth redone, and I don't know if he went dentures anyway, you took those root canals out, or those metal pieces of something. And also near he's done. Pretty had to go through years of this is been just just God made him gray. And he's like danso. His employer goes. We're going to get your reset get you some time back. I so sad. This happened to you wanna hook you up or good. Friends and everything. He's just a guy. So he sent him to Panama to have stem cells done by the time that I saw is probably like four six months after all this happened. I didn't even know it was going on. And they told me and this is why they told me I see him. I'm going. Hey, the hell man, you swipe and right going on tender dying. Your hair going Jim lifting getting a tan. I was like, what the heck you know, you get divorced? What? What's dagoes? No. They told me what happened. And he'd when he did the stem cells, and everything is hair got darker gray anymore. He looked, younger fitter felt well, of course he was, you know, having this problem before. So just taking weight of your shoulder, make a big difference, but I set there and see what happens when you do stem cell and he got ill some light back. You know what I doing it if I had unlimited about money, and I probably try it now that I'm older got kind of, you know, shot. But it I I've met the doctors do you know they got a clinic, I talked. Good to know. That's there, I don't need it. I could afford anyway, but Rennes might maybe you, did you know, that free aid is a mutual aid educational networking organization at free aid. We support volunteers who provide first aid. We do outreach to the public about health and safety, and we bring together medically skilled freedom lovers free is made possible by your generous support donors can receive great gifts, like I ate kits t shirts silver dime cards and hoodies. The free silver card project is sponsored in part by Robertson. Roberts Burg ridge freedoms, Phoenix, and don't tread on me. Visit F R three three eight dot com. 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That's Twitter dot L. R N dot FM. It's time for declare your independence with Ernest Hancock to be a part of the show. Call six oh two to six twenty eight hundred. Welcome back to your independence. Our down a night craft in the Email hook these guys up and get them all taking care of, you know, I wanna hear your guys stories to man, you know, you got some solution whatever I got all kinds of little makes me better. I don't get as sick or not sick or from of food or something. You know, there's all that kind of stuff should do have big article story of every thing grandpa learned all. I caught stuff that works stuff that worked, you know, little things made a big difference. You know, really shorten our colds, or any kind of flu or something, one of the big things I shared before. I'll do it again 'cause I live you. It was apple cider vinegar that has been for like a lot of stuff. You know, I mean Elliot's. All kinds of skin stuff. Do you bathe in? The one thing that really made a big difference is oil of Reagan. Oh, oil of oregano is I guess, regular oil, you know, and it's really strong. It's kinda bitter new taking a gel cap or something, but Donna whenever I get any kind of skin infections or something like that like out doing the treating thing on my finger here. I'm just it's just not quite bigger infected enough, or painted enough of make actually do anything but, you know, it's probably about two millimeter chunk of skin taken out from branch whatever. So if I just I ate it put band aid on small oregano. It'd be fine, which is I will do in the next break, I get on a damn tree stuff to do. So. Oil over Reagan. Oh, put on makes a big ingesting and take it every day. You know, we just part of the stuff that Donna, get what's this one? What's this one every now and then I might even asking what the hell she's give me? But the oil Reagan. Oh is really good for immune system stuff. And like antibiotic thing has a natural whatever, and I've seen it work, you know, Don and for me, you know, it makes a bigger, especially on surface lesions, and so on you put it on and boom nutshell passed. Now, you do our hall and. Peroxide. And so I didn't do all that stuff and everything. But this is different. It's like a keep it from getting worse. You kind of do that this stuff. You wake up in the morning and the source gone in or wherever rash or something. And I'm going damn we will take more of that. So while we were prepping. We're starting to get a little coal something before going to March wedding why. And I'm going it. I don't wanna be sick and freaking on. Why beach of the hell? No. So I had this thing in my throat just wanting wanting to threaten me and my nep- Donna had a bunch of these oil, oregano gel caps in bag out of which, you know, gets shot by the TSA, but the. I took them and night and just kept him. Fine. I'm going co all that little stuff. This is the one apple cider vinegar thing. A lot of young guys you probably don't know this, but black and white movies old movies, you know, in the sixty seven a kid, and you watch and you might see owner now they might do it, but they take this stuff out. You know, you don't see all these grandma remedies being shown in movies and stuff, and what they do is they have somebody over. I'm so sick. And they got a towel over their head over a steaming bowl of something. Okay. So they're just like put a towel over their head, and they got their head over a bowl breathing something, and I'm like, what the heck is that? What why? And so, even as a kid, you feel sick, you're desperate for anything teenager, whatever you boil some water and you can't let the vapor go in. Or maybe put some Vicks vapor rub in your nose and do. Do it or whatever. That's not it all this time. Grandma says and been done what they were doing is they would add a little capful of apple cider vinegar, and the reason was vaporize, and you breathe it in that hot water. It would rise up and you have a towel over, and you're breathing, the end vaporizing. Apple cider vinegar into your lungs. And the reason is, is because it changes the ph ph the flu viruses, and so on cold, and all that kind of stuff can only survive in certain conditions. That's why you don't have diseases transfer from between different animals, often. So I you know, your cats got freaking plague, and you don't care, you know, I kind of deal. Well, sometimes, I think they're they transfer, but generally they don't so it's because of a certain ph a certain temperature certain certain certain certain so the viruses and bacteria, and pathogens, fungi, whatever that exist in us, do so, because they're in a s j w safe environment. Okay. So they're just I oh, we're got Justice. So they just sit there replicate go crazy. Well, you change conditions and -biotics go in eat them up or. You know, you get a fever. That's a big one that was nothing. I sent my friend is eat there. Let me finish up on that one. So, yeah, heat disease to that, even put it up on the site yesterday because I was just research is share this, there, the ph and the environment that you create in your lungs with the vaporized apple cider vinegar makes it to where the viruses, and certain other stuff can't drive. They just start. They die or they don't like it or. The replication thing goes bad something. Okay. So when you have a fever, that's what's going on. If you get over one hundred and two three whatever and just keep going. Oh, it's still infection. All right. We got a signal from the troops on the front line. We need to nuke them was nukem. You know, or are we scorched the sky or whatever the hell so your immune system does this? Well, we're always trying to suppress it. Oh, no. He's got a fever. Oh my God. Take this pill, take away your fever. Why? Because it's a symptom, we gotta take away symptoms, then you're not sick of take away the symptoms. Hell symptoms. Oftentimes a cure. So you have heat raising the body temperature. So that whatever it is. That's fever broke why. Because it killed everything you survived killed it. No can't do that. Well, what the hell you think all this chemotherapy and stuff is now. Bam near kills you hoping that you survive, you know, your system survives the onslaught on whatever the hell it is. They're going after. So. Temperature is a big deal about a year ago, you're half ago. My son in law has a client. He does financial stuff and planning and Medicare and retirees. And that kind of thing and he had a regular has regular client. He goes visits a lot of people just keeps up them. A lot of them are elderly, a lot of them are just going into retirement, and they're just cool people. He's nice guy, and hang well, this one woman had deteriorated into a walkers lime disease and Lyme disease is. I'm not even sure they really know it's bacteria pathogens, some type that it can't be gotten by your municipal easy Burrows into the tissues and kind of hides sticks up a little thing of the cells cell walls, and so on and does business, but it's you know, it's protected from the immune system by hiding physically you know, kind of thing as I understand. So, and it just gets worse and worse and worse and worse over time. And the way it replicates you just can't get it. So what they did is they have. And I don't think you can do it in the US. They're not yet. They can only find the treatment in Mexico. He comes back, a year later signer up, do check on whatever kind of, and she's going around walking around going on trips hiking come. Woo. What the hell happened? He cured herself. That's how she did it. She went to Mexico where they allow this, and they put you under anesthesia per series of days. They raise your body temperature. I guess they want rain hot, but they just rate, your temperature your body temperature hours at fine for spended period of time. And he'll. Fake crap. Right out of or, we're always trying to make a fever go away crimes of the crown by captain. Mark the crown cast the world in shadow and claims to be our guiding light cowards clamor for security from boogeyman and ghost stories. Well, I say these hobgoblins are imaginary. I say those they propped up as our liberators are now subsisting on our bondage. I say there is freedom in the black, and that's exactly where we intend to go. The crown banishes its own officers for exposing its crimes and tortures dissidents to bring of madness it dominates the globe. And swallows the wealth of generations, leaving only blood and excrement the crown calls it piracy to explore frontiers beyond its grasp. 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'cause I'd have one of these. This is freaking heavy. Their time. So the point that I'm making is that this stuff is getting effective is getting cheap and it's going really fast. Okay. And I'm just I for that much that cheap. It's amazing to me. How many options were going to have in how we live, what we drive what we how use are we store energy and the price of it. I'm just amazed and had another one very similar, but it wasn't as heavy this one because it pumps out eight AM's. I dunno. You guys. That's like a little battery pack. Eight ams to charge four things going. And you like sixty it's a lot of energy for phones devices, and so on or nineteen for less than twenty dollars. I am just flabbergasted, by some of the things that go, you know, they send you stuff and I go, all right? I'll look at all. Have one of those, and I need that and lots of it's useful things like this, or a lot of times it's trinkets and trash that I do for. Gifts and grandpa, I'm one of those, you know, when you get used to this is weird that my grandma would by our Christmas gifts in July and then try and hide them from, you know, but I can see why now it's a money saver. You know, everything's full price, a lot of times during when you want it. And so you see these deals or harbor freight toolbox, or it's, you know, pelican box by whatever the hell or two good something, I see these, what am I thinking, I'm thinking all fifteen zillion grandkids and stuff. I get stuff for. So I go. Yep. Everybody gets these chargers. You know, one various type they'll get some sale on I'll get five of them or something. And they have. Different things for the boys you, they've really cool knives or little throwing knife kit here. Some you'll get me in trouble. And then. When I see that, I'll order, it take it put it off to the side, Senate over there and by time, it's Christmas. I'm not to worry about. And I got some cool crap for not that much. Remark it, and what's Amazon doing now drones they're going to start delivering with drones. All right now, here is the stuff called undo. All right. This package is open to happen. So this is something that Thomas free movement. He was visiting here last week just left yesterday went to Dona for event that he's doing. He's here in Arizona and. Yeah. What is that stuff? I heard you talking about on the show and yada, yada, yada, yada. And I go, you know, you feel a little foggy, you know, from, you know, your fog medicine, you do this, and it just can't clues receptors. So you get kind of a fresh. I'm not, you know. Pot hung over or L you call it. I have no idea. But it's also be used by Loppy new tropic. You know, it's just kind of clears your subjects, you can think and talk and faster and more clarity of, and I'm going. Okay. So that's cool. Let's see, we're some of the other things that made my life better, you know, one of the thing, and I understood why what you understand why this stuff happens, then you kinda makes more sense. One of the things that, you know, the damage that cholesterol does, and so on, on your arteries, and they're going, oh cholesterol. It's clog are all. It's bad, blah, blah, blah, blah. Why nobody has why anymore. You know what is going on as the blood coming out of your order? You know, you're going in or out, or you got your circuitry system, whatever especially in your heart. It's wearing on the insides of the lining of your blood vessels. You know, your arteries, your veins? Whatever is just sitting there wearing on it because you got you know, hose on all time. So it's just pumping is just wearing well naturally. Regenerating tissue is needs nutrients, you know. Yeah. I'll rebuild this. I get new lining. We'll go nice and pink and plump and everything. If you give me the bricks build it, when, you know. So that's what's happening is our food chain is so polluted. And that's another thing. Just polluted doesn't have what you need. Soils been depleted. You made that, you know, celery green, but it doesn't even taste like anything or stuff anymore and you don't know until you have your own garden. And what happens when the kids were like late elementary schools like two thousand around in there. We moved into another home that we rented closer to the restaurant had a nice yard. It was reminded us here is very similar, but much Miller lot. But hit spring it was like, I don't know, February or something and hit spring. And all of a sudden, boom, the backyard just there's grapes, everywhere, and raspberries, and, you know, different kind of. Booting producing something, and I go, wow. This whole thing was a garden. You know, they had this all, you know, set up, okay? We'll do just a little ten by ten over. Nicole over there. We had a pool and there's a pool pump area and over beside it had like, you know, ten by ten area, we could do, and I go, we'll do we'll plan our first garden plant a little stop. This'll be our first garden. Because the kids were in elementary school, still, I don't think they had started junior high yet, and I wanted them to know, you know, outgrow freaking tomato plant, you know just how tastes. So we grew bell peppers, and different kinds of cucumbers, bigger tomato crap. And we did that and it's a small area and it took a little bit of work. I mean, you know, when you go on the ground yet we so we did that. And the it was your Gatien to and the property urinated. Yeah. That was downtown near Gatien so you get plenty of. Water and the kids, take a tomato often eat it like an apple. I mean is just awesome. Well, I like these little cherry tomatoes. My friends, you know, one of my friends used to have one guard with much. He's cherry tweet. We just walked through, and just pick them off the vines and talk and eat tomatoes. I love those things like oh yeah. Then there's a certain kind of bell pepper. What do you call it banana pepper thing? I, I know what they are perfect for slicing into Fleiss inputting on cheese. Chris pizzas. You know. I just that was crap. So I even took the siege of my favorite ones, and we saved and put them in the freezer, and I go these, these days these, these these and then. We lost them or something donnas been trying to find them. And keep planting stuff is just a one ever since. So. We did that. So the kids could taste. And we could taste what a real bell pepper taste like what celery taste like broccoli, tastes light. You don't even know it's not the same. It's like our chicken eggs, you do. You have these chicken, and people were banging out some eggs. Now it's getting a few does get a bunch of chickens man layabout every thirty six hours. So you can just do the math, you know. And we got like how many we got fifty sixty now about fifty now? And then we I just got a rabbit hutches little thing that Frank had Docker Frank. They didn't need anymore. I know shot the rabbit, or something, but you need that anymore. And I go that'd be perfect as an incubator now. Do little Audrey. No late source. Keep it at temperature project thing because I can't hopefully and we'll do that. And we're going to start making our own chickens. Because we have some back there that are naturally born on the farm, here, yellow chicken abo- hide somewhere underneath a coup or whatever else under will tickets out, and we're going, okay. Well, we'll go ahead and start hatching and instead of by semi regular based ski coming in, but the eggs or totally dif- not even Saint adequate, really. Right. Yawning else like. Soiled Abe, just three. It's just totally. We wanna make sure we know what the different soil, vid. Depleted. Vichy. Oh, yeah. Yeah. 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The Associated Press reports democratic candidate Jill Biden, reverse course and declaring he no longer supports a long standing congressional ban on using federal healthcare money to pay for abortions. The AP says by made the declaration, Thursday folly two days of intense Kuti and criticism from rivals after his campaign affirmed. The seventy six year old former vice is still supported the Hyde amendment at a Democratic Party fundraiser in Atlanta, Biden said, keeping hide would prevent poem in from exercising, their constitutional rights to terminate a pregnancy every day. At least one hundred Americans die from gun violence. Roz Brown reports advocates for tougher gun laws say they're making slow, but steady progress to change that today is national gun violence awareness day when many Gunnell advocates will wear orange to call attention to the issue. The most recent mass shooting in Virginia two weeks ago, left thirteen people. Dead. And many others injured at municipal complex. Shannon waas, founder of moms demand action for gun cents in America says her group's efforts have led to new gun safety legislation in twenty states. It's important to remember that it isn't just the mush shooting the school shooting, it's daily gun violence kill hundred Americans in city centres, and we're all communities harborside and suicide, the like, Colorado recently became the fifteenth state to pass a so-called red flag law allowing the temporary removal of firearms from a person who may present danger to others or themselves the US has more guns per capita about three hundred billion that any other nation and higher death rate than any other developed nation in the world. The gun violence archive shows forty people have been killed in mesh shootings in just the past thirty days. This week the US House passed legislation that would provide more than two million people path to permanent residency and citizenship. Eric lettuce catches up on the details. The American dream and promise act includes so-called, dreamers who entered the country as children, and people with temporary protections. Jennifer piper with the American friends service committee, says the measure would affect people who have been living in the US for decades and in some cases, re-applying protections, every eighteen months ever marry knows them. They're employed their key members of our community and right now, they're facing deportation, and abrasion from their home and their children, as President Trump looks and these programs. Nebraska congressman, Don bacon from Omaha was one of only seven Republicans voting to advance the measure critics argued the Bill lacked additional border security provisions requested by the Trump administration and faces an uncertain fate in the Republican controlled Senate, and with the legislative session. Join a close Bill that would right? New York state's ambitions clean energy and climate goals law has gained some critical support the climate community. Protection Act has already passed the state assembly several times. And now with democratic majority in these state Senate. The Bill has reached majority sponsorship in both houses, according to Jessica Imahara with the nature conservancy in New York. Passage of this Bill, would make New York, national leader in the efforts to slow global climate change would be I believe stronger legislation in the nation with its combined deep emissions reductions targets, along with its social Justice and worker goals to Bill would require these state to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by twenty thirty and one hundred percent by twenty fifty and direct funds to environmentally vulnerable low income communities, I'm envious, Sears reporting, late this week of it or Andrew, Kobo said he considers passage of the climate and community Protection Act a priority for this legislative session finally are Nettie arrive. Lagaan tells us hundreds of people at the Durham bulls minor league ballgame last week acquired an extra skill they learned hands only PR from local EMS teams. The American Heart Association says hands only CPR can save lives without requiring now to mouth resuscitation the technique includes pushing hard and fast in the center of the chest out a rate of one hundred to one hundred twenty compressions per minute. That's quivalent to the beat of songs like staying alive by the BG's or crazy in love by beyond say, Kim, Woodward of Orange County, EMS operation says many people hesitate to perform CPR, because they think it might worsen a person's condition. Misconception of CPR is am I going to get trouble going on form remind folks that they're, they're protected in North Carolina? Under the good Samaritan law that gives them immunity, which very few laws do that to people who are sitting in the. Emergencies are actually immune from liability research, by the American Heart Association has found hands only CPR is just as active as conventional CPR, Woodward points out that performing any type of CPR can double or triple a person's chance of survival and estimated ninety percent of cardiac arrest could be fatal without the innovative CPR. That's according to the American Heart Association by Clifford. Thanks for wrapping up you week with public service. We are member listener supported enroll line at public service dot ORG. Come is the onion news network. Now live from the studios of freedom. Spinks Ernest handcock believe me. When I say we have a difficult time head of, but if we are to be prepared for it. We must I shed fear of it. Without fear, because I remember. Remember that I am here not because of the path that lies before me because of the path that lies behind me. I remember that one hundred years, we have these machines after a century of Lor. I remember that which members. Make them. Dip fifty. Oh, we're not ready earned. Declare your independence meters. There's to be. People's duty free. Now record that one play later. And then I don't have to do anymore. But what would that be, you know, because Nike. All right. Well, we're gonna do go over so the headlines and everything I like doing this 'cause I gotta do anyway in my. Do. Things that I find interesting. This is what happens show. You guys how I do it. I want to do that. Crap. Okay. It we go got push buttons and stuff. Yeah. Those doing the go to the stream you go to the show, and you can see. Well, I can kill you the screen of what I'm looking at there, and you can see me and say, do what we're. I'm going to show you here is how I do the site there, a lot of people we stories. How do you do this? What is really simple? I have selected a bunch of places in new places and places. I go to look for news. I trust these guys or I don't a lot of times I put it up. 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There's a lot of stuff that we have yet to really start pushing as participation in a community, because I don't like these collectives. It's always commute. That's not how it's was built. It's not like that freedoms Phoenix is a tool for me. I get to do. Whatever the hell I want. I could think about anything and I let you do it. Okay. So it is when we start emphasizing that for the twenty twenty campaign that is campaign for what campaign for frigging, you know. Me and not them. I mean it's going to be for yourself. It's going to be protection mode of. Let's leave that one alone. It's going to be a tool for you guys. It's been built up over a decade that way, fifteen years. And I'm going. Yeah. Yep. Well, then here came Facebook and all this, but it's free, is it? Let's get the groupon emails for free. Gotta get that. And then. But the but don't okay in stupid. I get one I'm going to get another thing now go shopping online. Sometimes, I'll go, and I might, you know, something I gotta go, get right then. But even then you go online. Find it and you go pick it up at the customer service, WalMart or something, and I'm going on Amazon. Got it going on. And then he tell you, that's when they're vulnerable when they look dominating as hell, when it's, you know, forever, and always none shell beat or compete with or pass the kind of deal, whatever. So I'm going. Yeah. That's when it happens. It's going to be, you know, not all baba Alibaba China. It's kind of like Amazon on pallets. It's like Sam's Club, the WalMart. I mean you know it's that kind of thing you buy in bulk and you get deals and so on, but I also do that. And i'm. The future's looking pretty good. You know they have. See if I can just pull that one up. I was going to show it to you, anyway. But Amazon is now delivering. By drone? We're going to do the drone thing here. It comes. I had to hear someone. But let's go over some of the just the headlines here. I want you know you guys see now this this, right? Here is a story that I went looking for researching for our friend respond yet. He's on a man. He's starting to get scared. He's like, he's talked his ex wife and she's like I can denial man. He's just like fix figure. Get your Whoo man. It'll be just net FOX and now an ad from dad. All right. Save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive. What is this? Where did you get this? I'm talking to you with the hair. Yeah. Where did you get this good stuff, solid? That's not the near that solid stuff. Progressive can't say from becoming your parents, but we can save you money when you bundle home and auto. Progressive casualty insurance company affiliates in other insurance. Discounts not available in all states. 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