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"85 issue" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Was That's not true German. He's dead. No straws dead. Otherwise he'd still been sitting there propped up. But exactly, uh, Was he calling for? It? Was he caught it? Was he calling for the No, I don't evaluation. No, he was I think he wants is running for re election. And he's 85 issue, so I'm sort of thinking. Is it bad to have If you're leading the free world, and you're a certain age shouldn't I see nothing wrong with going through a mental evaluation. Yeah, I'm with you. I mean, but but we didn't say that when they were calling for one of Donald Trump. Then it should happen during the primaries. You almost, you know well, and that's what we didn't have. You know, He stayed in the basement the whole time. Uh And I remember talking. I don't remember talking about Trump will We never said it was sorry. At least I think I never I hope I didn't say I was against it. Because I think idea. This is one of those things where you know it makes the difference. Republican or democratic to the age thing. Sure, And maybe you just kind of need to have a little recap. A mental recap of where you stand and see nothing wrong with that. I do have a couple of seconds here for you. Maybe if you want to hear it. How If you're black got them. $1.9 trillion relief so far. They're going to be getting checks in the mail that are consequential this week for childcare. I wrote the bill. On the environment. Why would I not be for it? I said, yeah, Pay them more. This is an employees. Employees bargaining chip now Okay? So we're what? Whatever. Just bizarre. Yeah. He was talking about restaurant employees, Their employees. Employers, more money. Pay your restaurant employees more. He doesn't understand how economics works. Apparently, Yeah, I guess so. So he He could. Let's keep giving the money so you can depend on the government restaurants can't keep up with what the government's gonna pay them. That's working well right now. Good rush wrote the bill. I don't know A cognitive test might be called for after that press conference. Yes, traffic right now. Here's Monica. There's a big wreck. Dallas stop it. What? I'm sorry. I'm sorry, but I was waiting. I really thought Brian was going to play the sound bite from the sixth century goes, I see dead people. Exactly a little disappointed. You didn't Yeah. 30 eastbound at East Grand. It looks like only one lane getting by for that crash. Solid laser through the canyon back beyond I 35 at this point, you still have roadwork upside down. 3 60 Brown Boulevard is moved down toward I 30 looks like only the left lane gets by Still there. 30 West founder Riverside in Fort Worth, Right, lane is blocked off. We are seeing a little bit of a backup behind him. What W b a p first traffic on the ones I'm Monte cook Brought to you by your Dallas injury. Attorney. 8447670000 Car accident uber or lift accident If you're injured, call 84476700008447670000. No win. No fee. Goldschmidt Vittoriano and she noodle offer. And Martin in the W B A P. Weather center. Things look pretty humid. For the next few days. We are going to get rid of the mid nineties. But we're going to be in the upper eighties going to feel like the mid.
"85 issue" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Was the governor and the lieutenant governor talking about the expansion of rural broadband, which is a huge issue. I mean, you heard the president talked about it last week. I think every week this week in the legislatives this year in the legislative session, we've talked about it. Joining me right now is representative Philip Singleton, and he's going to talk with us about a different issue that I became aware of about a year ago when I saw segment on Tucker Carlson, where a very liberal head of a women's group Very liberal. I mean, even beyond progressive was talking about this issue. And Tucker Carlson in this woman had common ground on it. So the bill is called Save our Save Girls Sports and represented Singleton is with me, too. Right now welcome. Hey, man, how you doing? I'm doing great to tell us about this bill first. Well, it's hospital to 76 currently the education Committee. We had our first hearing yesterday. But, um, what this bill does is its laser focused on protecting girls sports. So it says It defines in law, something that's already you know, commonly accepted and is currently in some of our rules here, but it defines in law that athletics when we're talking about it is it's based off of sex, which is The biological sex at birth. Right. So it's a BYOB. Biological differences between boys and girls on that also makes sure that there's a cause of action if they have laws violated by a identity under the state of Georgia rules that the young lady Who lost the position loss of scholarship wasn't able to compete at the higher level because biological male was it what to dominate the biological female sport that they would have a cause of action for remedy. Are you finding cause I've I've seen nationally that this is an issue that Both people that advocate for women's issues that are traditionally liberal groups and conservatives are coming together on this. Are you seeing that in the state house? Well, you know, we're not so far. We're not seeing it in the house. Um We're seeing it amongst the Democrats in Georgia and the greater population, But you know the So far, there has not been any Democrats in the State House that have decided they want to represent women's rights and Georgia. So far, there's You know, they're being very directed by, um, the extreme, uh, LGBT lobby with in there that I mean, Frankly, Martha, this they're trying to make this bill about something that's not, you know, they're trying to make this bill about a transgender. Attack on transgender athletes, and that's not what we're doing it all. In fact, there's not a single athlete that would lose their building compete. We're trying to re enforce title nine protections that that women have fought for for so long. Which is why there are so many groups on the left that support this because they understand That to allow biological men to compete and women's sports is the end of women's sports. Well, you know the South. I think she's a South African runner who is the fastest woman in the world. I mean, she is by far the fastest woman in the world. There was a study done of what the impact of allowing biological men to compete with women in track and field was that you could take a high school. Male runner. And he can be the fastest woman in the world. You know, there's just there's just biologically differences and that what will happen is women will lose a lot of opportunities. That you're right. They fought for for so long. I mean, in some ways, you know, it has hurt men Sports Title nine, and that's another issue for another day, But at the same time it was me. My antenna went up when I saw this interview because this this was a woman who generally, Tucker Carlson will be fighting with okay, and they were Agreeing That fair is fair. And you're right. This isn't about LGBTQ rights. This is about fairness in competition is what it's about. Yeah, that's 100%. Sure. I mean, you could tell it from the hearing we had yesterday. Um, you know, every time the conversation came every time one of my Democrat colleagues wanted to talk about the conversation Kept wanting to talk about gender identity. They kept wanting to talk, you know, use terminology and talk about identity, and that's not what sports is about. It's about biology, and so they refused to use terms like biological, male and biological female, even though that's what we're talking about in the bill. And so it Zaveri. A note to your point, you know, In one year alone, 275 High school Boys high school Boys ran faster than Allyson Felix, which is what you're referencing the fastest woman in the world. That's right that you know, the under 15, Texas, you know, the boys Club soccer team beat the U. S Women's national team and the same year that they won the World Cup. I mean, we're talking the hard. There are biological differences between boys and girls. And you know that the It should be a nonpartisan is issue. We should all be fighting to protect our women and our young girls. You know, my my 10 year old daughter. She deserves the chance to compete in gold sports and have the ability on a fair playing field to be a champion. Well, that just goes to show you when you go down this road. How complicated things get, for example. There are there was another runner that just had very high levels of testosterone. She was a female. She's the biological female. She was on the high end of levels of testosterone, and she had to fight for her right to be able to compete as a female, even though she was biologically female. Yeah. What? What You know you can be banned from women's sports for using testosterone. Yet biological men are born and have testosterone right or have higher levels than women do So I just think it Z. You know that. It's a convoluted argument when they have to. They have to draw this kind of references. So what's next for this bill? And how can people Help you. Well, you know what way have a first subcommittee hearing and, um As always, you know, the vocal minority comes out in droves to try to change the narrative. You know nothing that they're fighting this bill on Is either accurate or, um Frankly honest, you know, they say stuff like this bill would prevent transgender athletes from competing in sports, which is obviously completely untrue. The transgender athletes don't ever mention in sports. What their problem is, is that they believe that Um, that a transgender athlete won't want to compete anymore if they have to compete based off of biology on so it's important that we just make sure the narrative stays on focused on you know there. A great analogy. I was I was given someone else's If you take three biological boys and one identifies as a boy, and one identifies as a Zafy male and one identifies as non gender specific. This. This law applies to all three of them equally, because this law doesn't It's not about identity. It's about biology s inside is interesting, too, because you know girls that that want to identify his boys or identifies boys. They can't compete against males in sports. I mean, they won't. They couldn't even be on the field with them because they haven't changed their biology that much to be able to compete. So I mean, I think it protects everybody and you're right. It applies to all those people equally. Well, let us know how we can help and how we can get involved. The bottom line is we need athletes in Georgia that have been, you know, I've heard tons of stories, but we need some of these athletes to come and tell their story in front of the committee. We don't know when the next comedian most likely next week, some time, but we have to have people to show up. You know that over 80% of George's from the polling we've done agree with this legislation. But again, it's in politics. That very vocal minority. They have a very loud platform, and they've got a whole lot of money behind. You know, all the organizations that came out in opposition to this Where's everyday Georgians are completely for it. So that would that would be my call is, you know they need to get involved. They need to come out they need to testify. And they need to let the leaders in Georgia I know that you know in Georgia. We're going to protect women's sports. We're gonna protect women's rights, and we're gonna make sure they have equal ox access opportunity to the champions. State representative fell of Singleton of the 71st district of Georgia. Thank you so much for being with us today. Thank you for having me. Thank you. You know it is save our girls or save girls sports. And look, I think this makes sense and again. You kind of know that this is the right path when you've got People on the left and people on the right sort of seeing this the same way Nuke. Ingrid used to talk about this as being the 85% issues that there are issues that people agree on 85%. I know we don't feel that way right now, because of all the back and forth and up and down and all the stuff we've been dealing with. But there are those big issues and I think fairness and how hard we have worked for girls sports. I mean, you go to the University of Georgia and They have a women's equestrian team. They have a gymnastics team. They have Ah women's track and field. They have all of these softball all of these sports. Sure, the big behemoth his football, okay, because there isn't a women's equivalent to football. Soccer is in there, but there's boys Soccer, okay? But football brings the money in that.
"85 issue" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Don't think that's gonna happen either. You say? I think we're at a fork in the road, and he described. I call it the great decoupling. It's taking place in America, and I think it's inevitable. It's unstoppable. You know, culturally, we're dividing. Politically. We're dividing. We're dividing commercially. We're starting to do business with different firms in different ways of doing business. I think that's going to continue, and I don't think it's bad. One way. You said that we'd be a couple of the session. I don't see how that happens without violence and destruction and the loss of our place in the world. In 17 87, the founders were facing a dangerous world. Not just great Britain, but France and Spain potential worldwide enemies that would have loved to have taken over the colonies. They understood that they needed to unite. They actually didn't like each other. This is something that we missed a key. When we look back to the colonies. We think they were so united The United against a greater common foe. But they didn't trust each other. There was sectarian Christianity was one of the main things that divided them trade, diverse loyalties. We've never actually really been unified in the way people think is a country. The South is different than the Northeast is different than the West. There's actually a lot of disdain out there between the parts of the country. It's okay. In fact, our founding form of government came out of that. Federalism is a government designed for people who don't like each other that much. Don't really get along, but know that they have to be united around a certain set of things. Otherwise they're going to be too weak in the world. That's the beginning. And we need to go back to the beginning. And the tool that takes suspect there is a convention of states. We take the power away from the federal government. We get it back to the people in the states. We like California be California and Texas beat Texas. So what is the one thing that they states that air joining? What is it? They're looking to change? Is there a common thread that all of them are saying? Yeah, we're gonna do We really think we should propose this. There are three common threads, and this is what the convention is designed to address. One is anything that would But the government's fiscal house in order that would limit the fiscal power of Washington, D. C. So that would include things that people would be most familiar with. Like a balanced budget amendment being imposed. Most of the states have them. They're not all healthy because of them, but they do better because of them. It would be also things like spending and taxation limitations could be imposed under that. The second is term limits on both of these air 85% issues 85% of the American public, regardless of party or in favor of term limits. And I would argue not just for Congress, Quinn but also for the judiciary. Also for staffers and bureaucrats. This is how we clean out the deep state and then the last thing is anything that would limit the scope and the power or the jurisdiction of the federal government. Ah, lot of our problems came out of the reinterpretation of the commerce clause. There's no authority in the Constitution for the Department of Education Energy, the EPA, the USDA, the FDA, All these agencies come from Supreme Court quote unquote interpretations. Gave this power to the federal government in the founder's told us themselves. If the Supreme Court's out of control, hold a convention, propose amendments and restrain the Supreme Court and overturned those things, So those are the things We're finding that the states have wide agreement about you know, I've been pushing for almost a year. Sanctuary states kind of attitude until we get to a convention of states to where the states that are in conservative hands. And want to conserve the bill of rights. Any time the federal government is doing something that it doesn't have the right to do where a sanctuary state for the bill of rights. We're not going to do that. We're just not But that's going to cost these states on awful lot of money. If they decide to not participate. You're going to see banking. Big business on the federal government, attack these states and try to just put him out of business and make it economically really painful for them. The states even have a chance to To stand against what we have going on now. I think they do, and by the way, I'm in favor of that. I've talked to our mutual friend Daniel Horowitz. A lot about this or grass roots are in favor of that. It's not an easy road. We've never had an easy road to hoe. Those of us who love and fight for freedom. It is doable. I think there's there's a commercial aspect to you've discussed the oligarchy and the government and their alignment. Part of this isn't as an oligarchical problem and what I mean by that is we're beholding. Now you and I and all conservatives to commercial interests that don't like us. Want to shut us down. We've seen this obviously, with parlor and others being scraped from the Web. And so I'm in the process of building something called the stack we need as conservatives everything. That we need to operate in a digital world from the cloud to the ground. Everything in between. That would include conservative banks, Conservative Web hosting conservative email services. If we don't have that, ultimately, all of us will be controlled and erased from the digital world. This is fantastic. Tell me you have some big backers on this. Do there. There are billionaires across the country that are very interested this and this and we are in early stage planning because this has really been motivated. I've been saying this for years, but it's really been motivated by what happened to parlor. On. So I'm talking to look behind power and a lot of other people, Big money, folks and technologists on the right who want to make this happen to believe it has has to happen. We're currently working on the Email services provider that customer resource management was causing commonly called CRM, or working on banking. Right now, I have a bank arranged or work of.
"85 issue" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"To have their voices heard did not barge into the capital. But 1% of thousands of people is a lot of people and they could cause a lot of havoc and a lot of damage and that could embarrass the country the way that they did. It is morning. Talk with Martha Zoller. I'm back in the studio for the first day since the 22nd of November. Hope you will join us on the phones at 7705352911 couple of comments I want to make, though, before we get started on a lighter note, Caleb on the discussion you and Bill were having about Matt Ryan and the Falcons. You know, I've been using that quarterback discussion that quarterback analogy the last several days about politics that sometimes when things go wrong, it's the quarterback in the picture of that gets blamed You know, I think the reason why people hate on that Ryan is because of the Falcons failures, and they blame him because he's the quarterback. Yeah, I would say that's a fair assessment. Yeah, So anyway, just I know we're bleeding over from the morning show, but I wanted to make that point. Look, I'm concerned about a couple of things today and I am all for and I'm gonna be writing a lot about this between now and the end of February about how we need to change the tone. Of how we do things, and not just the tone, but the messaging. There are great issues out there that are like make Gingrich used to say the 85% issues. That we could win. Voters back on the fair tax is one of them in my mind theme education Because I don't care for your Democrat or Republican. You want your kid back in school health care? I'm shopping for health care right now on I'm a single person, not single unmarried but a individual looking for health insurance. I'm 61 years old. And hearing anything out there for me. That's not $1500 a month. So we're talking about those things. Uh, that could be something we could get our arms around. So there several issues out there that it doesn't matter if you're Democrat or Republican. You want to see him fixed. And if you fix him the right way, people will do better and will like you. But the Democrats haven't learned anything. I was very disappointed. When President elect Biden came out yesterday, and it was just a speech of a litany of all the things all the grievances. It was, like, You know, what's that thing on Seinfeld? You know where you do your grievances. What's that called the hearing of Grievances of festival? Great at Festivus Festivus. For the rest of us. It was just the grievances against President Trump instead of talking in a more positive message. I mean, when I'm saying that President Trump's message was more positive than Joe Biden's message. I mean, that's like Bazaar, a world Okay for that to be so then President Trump came out later and gave a very positive message. Well scripted. He didn't go off script. He conceded the election. He not in the speech last night, but this morning, he said, that people have got to be calm, cool and collected and we need to move on. Now the Democrats haven't learned anything, and I don't want say all Democrats because I think there's a whole lot of Democrats that after what happened on Wednesday, they understand that that rhetoric can go too far. I am not surprised about what happened on Wednesday because you had a whole bunch of people promising things to people that they knew they couldn't deliver on building up hopes. The January 6 was gonna be this big day that everything was gonna be overturned. And they knew there was no chance of that happening. The people that were were putting this forward and all that does is make people mad. And while I will never condone Whether it's the protests over the summer. Protests any time protests on Wednesday. I will never condone violence or destruction of property. In order to get your point across, and I do believe that marching on the capital, and all of that was worse in some ways than the summer. Summer of love. I like to call it It was worse in some ways because of what was going on in the capital at the time they disrupted it. You know, we looked ridiculous as a country. Have that sort of 10 pop protest happened on our Capitol grounds. Now there's gonna be a lot of things. How did they get past the Capitol Police? I know when I've been Washington D. C. You could barely get past these guys. What happened? Okay, why weren't they expecting this with this number of people being in D C and to Rubio's point You know, it's the same argument you make about radical Islamists. Okay, so you may have two billion Muslims. Most of them are very peaceful. But if 1% aren't That's still 20 million bad people. Okay, So in this case, thousands tens of thousands of people were protesting peacefully. But if only 1% broke off and went to the capital and broke in. That's still too many people and that's still unacceptable. You could join us on the phones at 7705352911. Let's talk to clay in Canton. Hey, Clay, how you doing it. Hey, Mark, I'm doing fantastic. Great to hear you back on the radio. We've known one another for many years from my time at the local fair tax chairman and 2000 asses, whereas Reform party Chair here in Georgia at one time, But you know what we've got to realize is that the Frogs of this election stress stand, the election in Georgia was fraudulent on its face just simply because of the decrease sign. Bad driving her counts, so we don't want to go back to the era of Newt Gingrich. And listen all these do nothing. Republicans, um, you know, move promised us a fat tax. National Senate stacks He didn't either about I didn't say go back to new clad inside. Go back to new. What I said was, we gotta find issues. That, like Newt said 85% of the people agree with Well, I can't argue with you..