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Fresh "Armitage" from Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck

01:02 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh "Armitage" from Glenn Beck

"That from Dr John Armitage with the Oklahoma Blood Institute Cove. It is known for doing ugly things, and it's done another ugly thing to the blood supply. It's created. Surprise shortage here in the spring. Armitage says the local blood supply is being pushed to its limit by increased blood usage from hospitals and the lowest level of donations since the pandemic began from the G Okay Weather Center and the four war in storm to you, mostly sunny today we're headed to the upper fifties and then we'll cool off to the low forties tonight. Tonight also does bring us increasing clouds. Tomorrow will be cloudy. We have a slight chance of showers. Look for a high around 58 tomorrow with a low tomorrow night around 53. I'm Jacqueline Scott NewsRadio. 1000 Katie. Okay, Use radio 1000. Katie. Okay Studios, a service of trade and wealth your local trusted financial for this year. Traded wealth, calm This'll report is sponsored by Oklahoma Department of Health.

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Fresh update on "armitage" discussed on Lee Mathews

Lee Mathews

00:55 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "armitage" discussed on Lee Mathews

"Spread out the $4.5 billion spent on energy in February in Oklahoma are heading to the governor. One person is dead following a double shooting in Oklahoma City. Police were called to the area of Northeast 35th and Lindsay yesterday afternoon and found one victim. The second shooting victim was located near northeast 36 Kelly. One of the victims died in the shooting is under investigation. The Norman City Council of holds its decision to cut the Police department's Budget Council members voted last night to decrease the police department's budget and reallocate the money toward community outreach programs and an internal auditor. Program. The council had voted in June to reallocate $865,000 from the police Department toward community programs. But the move lead to a lawsuit from the Norman Fraternal Order of Police Judge ruled in December that the meeting was unconstitutional because the meeting noticed was deceptively. Worded. There's an urgent need for blood donors made worse by the covert pandemic that from Dr John Armitage with the Oklahoma Blood Institute, he says the local blood supply is being pushed to its limit by increased blood usage from hospitals and the lowest level of donations. Since the pandemic began from the Alan Samuels Volkswagen weather Studio. Allen Samuels Volkswagen Your friend in the car business, mostly sunny today will get up to the upper fifties and then tonight low.

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Fresh update on "armitage" discussed on John Howell

John Howell

00:23 sec | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "armitage" discussed on John Howell

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Fire Destroys Chicago Melrose Park Motel

WGN Programming

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Fire Destroys Chicago Melrose Park Motel

"Good morning, guys. We are starting off our morning with some breaking news here. A hotel fire over in the Melrose Park area. Take a look at this video. This is just flames shooting through the roof. Of this motel this morning at the 2300 block of South Man high and we're told that there may be some problems putting out the fire is well because of the cold weather. So we're going to get more information on this, But you can see the top group their collapse at this point. So crews still on the scene fighting this fire. Mannheim Road is blocked off this morning for this at the O'Hare Kitchenette Motel. From Armitage. Toe Fullerton. So watch for that closure as you head out.

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"armitage" Discussed on Brew Talk  1310 KFKA

Brew Talk 1310 KFKA

06:41 min | 5 months ago

"armitage" Discussed on Brew Talk 1310 KFKA

"The nominees for the best brewery in northern colorado are mclellan's brewing company wiley routes funk works jessop farms loveland ale. Works and max line brewing. Those are the six nominees for the best. Bring it brewery in northern colorado. I know that this list is going to generate some conversation When people look at it with that or downright hate me going to say conversation is a nice way to say it at least it's a conversation starter Because i don't think anybody would argue that. These aren't good breeze. It's is your favorite in that list. Exactly and that's where people have favorites you know. And they they're going to say. Hey you know what. I don't argue that any of those does doesn't deserve to be on that list. But hey you forgot my favorite. Well guess what that's what. Nominations are foreign subsequent renditions of this annual awards event right and i mean there are some that you know that right off the bat you say why. Why not that. What we look for when we were creating this was a combination of everything that you see every other nomination that you see we wanted to see the top into this so we saw tigra the best place to have a beer the best seasonal the best. Your we wanted to kind of have a combination of all of those things. That's how this list was created. Are people going to with us or like you said downright hate mail for some nominations that were off their absolutely but in the opinion of three men who have dedicated their lives to hosting appear show. This is the list that we've dedicated our lives i do. This is what we have come up with once a week once a week though. It's two hours two hours once a week. I'm just going to say some nice things about some of these Funk works amazing place love the people there love the space. Love the outdoor space. Love the flight. If i ever get a flight whenever of beers when i go to funk works i better have a designated driver and it is just one of those places that just absolutely fabulous. I just go for the eh peach whisky age data. Oh as they're all good they're all good but that's what i go and i also have to throw in some good words about jessop farms. I have yet to have a bad beer. They're i love the idea of having to walk through the barrel farm and then up the stairs to get to the bar somebody who ran a barrel program. It scares me people. Look at those little bugs like what is this but i just love that whole idea that it's actually still kept some of that farm kind of barn a feel too. It's not just a nice space the personnel there are really really friendly. And it's just one of those great places to have a beer and they make great beer. Now you know love lyndale works. What most out there. I think the other the other nick exactly because his wife's name is kerry spelled the same way as my wife a so so you have to figure out which nick we're talking about. It's right but anyway i think level nail works has got some great stuff going on out there. They've got some good great barrel stuff. You have some great flagships. And i think i'm just a fun place to go and enjoy some years. I mean what can you say. I mean there's so many great brees in northern colorado. You're not going to make everybody happy. And there's nothing wrong with that. Just because you have a favorite brewery that didn't make the list doesn't mean that it isn't your favorite brewery That's tanner schwinn. Look at it as you know it had to be narrowed down to six. And there's you know you could argue the criteria that may be. Where are you decided for that or you could argue different things but it had to be narrowed down to six and that is a tough tough task to do to say. Hey we've got northern colorado six best because you could make a list of fifty best and and you wouldn't be wrong without did forty two of them there. I mean that's that's what i'm talking about. There's not a bad brewery on there and maybe we'll we'll used next week show as let's rehash it let's let everybody get the voting out there. We'll see where we're where we sit next week. If you wanna yell at me you can yell at me. You can't do it right now. Because i can't it still won't bug me because i'm enjoying great beer. That's our list. Those are listened nominees. The pages live now so you can go and vote thirteen ten. Kfi dot com. Go and vote will be italian them for the next two weeks. Plus if you go vote you can get twenty percents off and on the rocks liquor with any purchase or you can choose to if by a by a bottle of crown and you get a free mixed six that comes along with it anything over twenty five dollars you get a free. Mix a six mentioned bruton. It is one heck of it. Nick thank you so much for hosting us back with us next week the day before they giving so. We'll be ready to roll. We'll be back out here again for sure and Appreciate you graciously hosting us. I know it was my pleasure. I know that we can be caused some trouble. So but the trouble just begins now. Net wants the. Fcc can go away. the trouble begin. I might have something exciting for monday. By the way not for wednesday. Yes wednesday win. I don't know where my brain was next. We guess. I might have something exciting that i'm bringing could potentially be the biggest seltzer it's not. Why didn't we put a simple on our nominee. I'm sending in the hate mail there because there's no great shelters that is that is in northern car. I dunno adver bones seltzer. i haven't had. Tim knits new in tears. All right very good. My favorite is not from this state. I'll just say that we have about seconds left here for young for dr. Make armitage johnson. Tanner schwinn we'll talk with your next week. Go vote right now. Nick thanks man. Come check out. the ails. Look for us until next. Week cheers northern colorado..

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"armitage" Discussed on Brew Talk  1310 KFKA

Brew Talk 1310 KFKA

03:52 min | 6 months ago

"armitage" Discussed on Brew Talk 1310 KFKA

"The summer. Oh absolutely and it's four point one percent. So we wanted to make it nice light and you drink two or three or four of 'em over six or seven or eight depend. If you've got run out of there not supposed, but then would never have to worry about scurvy. That's. So we've done the key line, which was one of our opening day beers, and then we'd have done a raspberry one which I forgot to bring because I was doing excise taxes. Yes the our work, right? Yeah. Paperwork all the fun parts they don't tell you about and. And we're releasing next week we're doing tropical. Sherbert with Passion Fruit Pineapple and. blueberries. Yummy the ownership chair. Let's go there. Is it fun? Days, is it rewarding very much? So that's what I think. A lot of people dive into because not maybe not necessarily this isn't for you but a lot of people with authority problems. Getting told what to do or hate you know this is the way. Okay. People with oratory. Problems. You don't like it and told what to do and say screw I can do this better that freedom of it is great because when you succeed, it's like that was me. But when he failed, it's like Oh crap you know this is clearly why so there's a learning curve that comes to that one, hundred percent I I always tell everybody when they ask me, why did you start a business at? Well, if I get mad at somebody I get mad at me it's my fault I made the decision. So that's a lot easier to stomach. Me Personally Yeah. No, I'm right there with you I. Really understand that completely and and the freedom to of being the owner you know co-founders that correct co owner co founder going. That's what you're. Yeah. So but with that and then being the head brewer, I mean, you've got a lot of freedom because if a beer flops, it's That was on me but I I'm taking the losses at the end. So it's increased pressure right as we talk about any business but increased flexibility to your own have you had a beer so far? You're very new seven weeks almost eight eight weeks on Friday eight weeks on Friday very new had a beer that's flopped it. Wasn't released. So yes, there you go. I will never release a bad beer. Because I, think that's a disservice to the people that pay good money for beer visit your standard hundred percent, my standard. QC. Yeah. Of course. Yeah. We we had a beer that We were able to trace back what happened we got some hops from brewery that went under unfortunately and Strangest thing. I've ever seen. They had desiccated packets inside the hot packages interesting and we did not know that. So they got dumped into the beer dry hot. It caused a bloom of Ethel Heck. Wait. Red Apple Skins. Thank you. So. Let's. Let's try this in English this time. It tasted like nail Polish and red delicious Red Delicious Apple Skins Oh. And it tastes great. Afford the dry hop. So we know it wasn't yeast arrived. We traced it back to whatever is in the back packets. Well so yeah, it was. It was a nice west coast. Now. It is a west coast cider now. Them now, it's somewhere in the waste system. Seven, twenty, two closing at seven twenty you're hang out with us for a while, right? Yeah. All right. We're good Brown. Ales we've got beer thirty coming up as well but we got a couple more beers that we want to try of yours that you brought in. Let's continue on with this. It's Nick Armitage from peculiar ails Brew Talk Radio, a Northern Colorado voice thirteen, ten, Kfi. It's party northern Colorado's fourth thirteen. Ten KFI K. Bob Block Party Wednesdays from Florida ten..

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Woman Violently Attacked And Robbed By Teens In Lincoln Park, Chicago

WGN Radio Theatre with Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf

00:25 sec | 8 months ago

Woman Violently Attacked And Robbed By Teens In Lincoln Park, Chicago

"Three boys arrested after allegedly punching and robbing a woman in Lincoln Park Mohr from W. Against on clever police at a 23 year old woman was walking in the 2000 block of North Sheffield around 10:45 P.m. Friday officer said the three boys approached her and attempted to take her purse. The woman resisted. The boys, then punched her and threw her to the ground, according to police. Then the boys took off with her purse and we're arrested later at the Armitage Brown line. Stop charges are pending. The woman suffered minor injuries. Police say she declined medical

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Lamar reviews 'The Stranger'

Bob and Sheri

04:38 min | 1 year ago

Lamar reviews 'The Stranger'

"Good friend of ours recommended the stranger and she was not wrong. The Stranger is based on a novel by Hauling Cohen. And it was originally set in New Jersey but Netflix chose to move to England because evidently British mysteries or a lot cooler than American mysteries. And I don't disagree but along with that. Coolness comes that British accent that makes everybody sound smarter and what they're saying seem more important. It has its own set of problems. I can't always understand what they're saying to characters home sentences that will make everything clear with a hugely dramatic consequence and cargoes wait. What did you say go? We wish? Stop and rewind which means instead of going back to riot before the two sentences we wind up twelve minutes earlier so they're not trying to fast forward back to where we were and zoo passed it and then we see some that we should have seen until we understood those two sentences and callers like what are you doing and I said I'm over here if you could do any better take the remote now. We're having a fight over this because it's it's nuts nuts and it happened at least three or four times in each episode. So now it's like I don't know the words they're using this need. I need less mumbling. Okay and so what? I should have done what I'm telling everybody else to do. If you have this problem it's turn on the closed caption it so you can see what these fools are talking about. It's at don't ever have this problem. One Lamar the TV show peaky blinders learned how to turn the clothes caption on A. I agree with what you're saying but right now there's some guy from England who's living in the United States saying are you telling me some guy from Georgia is criticizing how the English speak what they invented the language. At least it looks like they could speak it clearly. Mean no it's true. It's very and the toughest understand out of the all of the United Kingdom Areas is Scotland Scottish. Accent to me. I can't even understand what they're selling. Well I keep them I turn on the closed caption for peaky blinders and for outlander because when some of the side outlander characters dodger that. I'm pretty sure that Berta just said something critical to the plot. I have no idea what it was so I feel you Lamar. When Kelly was learning Japanese. She told me that she would. She would go to this place where the old Japanese men were talked to them. She said the hardest thing to understand is old because everybody they've been talking to each other for so long they just sort of say half the word and everybody's sort of picks up and I think this is what's happening here. I'm not getting the whole things I don't know anyway. Back to the story the series Stewart Richard Armitage and hit as Adam price season attorney has a wife and two boys. He's approached by this attractive young woman. The Stranger played by Hannah. Joe John Cameron and she tells him that his wife has a secret and she has been lying to him for the last two years she tells him or he can find the proof and now that he knows that she's a liar. He no longer has to stay with her so this she just leaves now. When he confronts his wife his wife says well. There's more to it and I'll tell you everything but not right this minute it while this is going on. A decapitated animal is discovered in the middle of the town. Along with that comes. Multiple visits from the stranger to other people naked bodies found in the woods. Really Bad Cup. I really good cup murder embezzlement blackmail infidelity and so many other things that have nothing to do with each other or do they have power. They connected snowden brings more questions but no answers. It's just definitely been show. You can't stop once you start there eight episodes. They're forty two minutes just rated TV may for language include the F word a lot edgier seat twist and turns with a lot of surprises and a lot of British monklands. It's you have no idea what's going on but overall it's a good series. My schoolwork is four solid budweiser. I enjoyed

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93-Year-Old Retired Nurse: 'It Takes A Special Person' To Go Into The Profession

Morning Edition

01:45 min | 1 year ago

93-Year-Old Retired Nurse: 'It Takes A Special Person' To Go Into The Profession

"She worked for for decades until she retired in eighty five and sat down with her grandson James Taylor to talk about growing up in the late nineteen thirties and about how she became a nurse the first time I ever knew the doctor broke mall Armitage rode up on a pick up truck from the mountains to the doctor's office I didn't even or doctor walls did you do a lot of home remedies back then said you took a teaspoonful of sugar and put a drop of Turk and for every year old you know that was for the warms what made you want to be a nurse I love people and I love to help them physically mentally spiritually anyway that I can help anyone but to be a nurse a true nurse you got to have compassion mmhm L. I've tried to share my compassion all up back years ago this lady she had a little daughter that was four years old it was done in the auction to it I said you get in that auction to it with her I said you said hold that baby that's what it takes to be a good nurse and you're not top that yeah are you proud that your children and grandchildren went into all surgical to death I've been well blessed having children that didn't care the not a brain I'm not very smart but your heart yeah I guess so through the years people come up to me and I don't know him from Adam and this is all you took care of ma boy I will never forget you so I want to be remembered as a person that cared it takes a special person to be hurt or something

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"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"You know is already out of the game by twenty twenty nine right. Isn't that how it works out. All right well I got it right. Let's find out what's happening. Are Limited use time machine and find out who is this. Week's Big t three Chouinard Hall of Justice. Well Thomas this winter is Ryan on twitter. WHO Says See Commerce clause rentals rentals? Aren't person place thing in commerce but being able to rent and live in areas has an aggregate effect on Commerce in that area that is exactly exactly correct and Ryan a lot of people got this one right but Ryan was the only person that we saw that really delved into the specifics on the commerce clause IOS analysis. He's exactly correct and everyone should give at the yarn mic Aki. The Y. A. R. N.. MCA Ky.. A A follow on twitter. And congratulations on being this week's winner. Thanks so much for listening. Thanks so much to our guest Chris Armitage the you know I really do believe in that challenge everywhere thing and It's awesome that he's doing this. It's really cool by the way that he was only one of only thirty candidates it's to be selected by Was it the blue now. I think that's what it was. But anyway whichever thing he said that that's super cool and it's an opportunity to take out a trump supporter. I ate nundy seven percent trump loyalists at A. He's Cathy mcmorris. Rogers is Matt Gaetz without punishable. Face right like she's she's way up there so yeah absolutely. Oh awesome good on Chris and We're rooting for him. So thanks so much for listening we will see you folks for rapid.

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"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"You know is already out of the game by twenty twenty nine right. Isn't that how it works out. All right well I got it right. Let's find out what's happening. Are Limited use time machine and find out who is this. Week's Big t three Chouinard Hall of Justice. Well Thomas this winter is Ryan on twitter. WHO Says See Commerce clause rentals rentals? Aren't person place thing in commerce but being able to rent and live in areas has an aggregate effect on Commerce in that area that is exactly exactly correct and Ryan a lot of people got this one right but Ryan was the only person that we saw that really delved into the specifics on the commerce clause IOS analysis. He's exactly correct and everyone should give at the yarn mic Aki. The Y. A. R. N.. MCA Ky.. A A follow on twitter. And congratulations on being this week's winner. Thanks so much for listening. Thanks so much to our guest Chris Armitage the you know I really do believe in that challenge everywhere thing and It's awesome that he's doing this. It's really cool by the way that he was only one of only thirty candidates it's to be selected by Was it the blue now. I think that's what it was. But anyway whichever thing he said that that's super cool and it's an opportunity to take out a trump supporter. I ate nundy seven percent trump loyalists at A. He's Cathy mcmorris. Rogers is Matt Gaetz without punishable. Face right like she's she's way up there so yeah absolutely. Oh awesome good on Chris and We're rooting for him. So thanks so much for listening we will see you folks for rapid.

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"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"You know is already out of the game by twenty twenty nine right. Isn't that how it works out. All right well I got it right. Let's find out what's happening. Are Limited use time machine and find out who is this. Week's Big t three Chouinard Hall of Justice. Well Thomas this winter is Ryan on twitter. WHO Says See Commerce clause rentals rentals? Aren't person place thing in commerce but being able to rent and live in areas has an aggregate effect on Commerce in that area that is exactly exactly correct and Ryan a lot of people got this one right but Ryan was the only person that we saw that really delved into the specifics on the commerce clause IOS analysis. He's exactly correct and everyone should give at the yarn mic Aki. The Y. A. R. N.. MCA Ky.. A A follow on twitter. And congratulations on being this week's winner. Thanks so much for listening. Thanks so much to our guest Chris Armitage the you know I really do believe in that challenge everywhere thing and It's awesome that he's doing this. It's really cool by the way that he was only one of only thirty candidates it's to be selected by Was it the blue now. I think that's what it was. But anyway whichever thing he said that that's super cool and it's an opportunity to take out a trump supporter. I ate nundy seven percent trump loyalists at A. He's Cathy mcmorris. Rogers is Matt Gaetz without punishable. Face right like she's she's way up there so yeah absolutely. Oh awesome good on Chris and We're rooting for him. So thanks so much for listening we will see you folks for rapid.

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"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Totally change it. Oh no social sperm firm has ever failed the bar talk to the hand. I need clothes. That's one of my mission parameters. Trust me no. No no way you cry. All right Thomas This was straightforward question Congress enacted a statute prohibiting discrimination on the rental of residential property on the basis of sexual orientation or preference by any person or entity public or private which of the following provisions provides the strongest basis for Congress's authority to enact the statute you narrowed it down to the enforcement clause of the Fourteenth Amendment or the Commerce Clause Article One section. Eight and I am here to tell you. Thomas you've got this one exactly right is in fact. The commerce clause the enforcement clause in the fourteenth amendment. That was meant to be the attractive distracter. Right if you're just sort looking through and your your average person you're like fourteenth amendment that's about equality and stuff so I'm going to pick that one And and good job not picking that that one because the fourteenth amendment's enforcement clause only applies to When Congress regulates State Action Right it it does not apply to private action so in order to regulate private action Congress has to have an independent justification for it that is found in the enumerated powers in Congress in Article One section eight eight You kind of laughed at the promote the General Welfare. But you know that's that's a thing I didn't laugh I just didn't think it was it. I don't know fair enough fair enough. We'll to general the Case Law on the General Welfare clause right that is Congress has the power to make legislation to regulate commerce commerce between the states. That's the commerce clause and Among other stuff to promote the general welfare that applies when Congress either taxes or spends money right it does so under the rubric of the General Welfare clause but when it regulates that's got to find power somewhere else. This is not. This is neither taxing nor spending spending this is a regulation and the regulation is one hundred percent constitutional constitutional under the commerce clause. Congratulations you got it. Exactly right nailed it. Yeah okay well victory lap Yeah that's that was fortunate all right. Well I'm back back on my way to still staying constantly around fifty four percent or whatever I'm at but that's okay better than family fifty four.

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"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Totally change it. Oh no social sperm firm has ever failed the bar talk to the hand. I need clothes. That's one of my mission parameters. Trust me no. No no way you cry. All right Thomas This was straightforward question Congress enacted a statute prohibiting discrimination on the rental of residential property on the basis of sexual orientation or preference by any person or entity public or private which of the following provisions provides the strongest basis for Congress's authority to enact the statute you narrowed it down to the enforcement clause of the Fourteenth Amendment or the Commerce Clause Article One section. Eight and I am here to tell you. Thomas you've got this one exactly right is in fact. The commerce clause the enforcement clause in the fourteenth amendment. That was meant to be the attractive distracter. Right if you're just sort looking through and your your average person you're like fourteenth amendment that's about equality and stuff so I'm going to pick that one And and good job not picking that that one because the fourteenth amendment's enforcement clause only applies to When Congress regulates State Action Right it it does not apply to private action so in order to regulate private action Congress has to have an independent justification for it that is found in the enumerated powers in Congress in Article One section eight eight You kind of laughed at the promote the General Welfare. But you know that's that's a thing I didn't laugh I just didn't think it was it. I don't know fair enough fair enough. We'll to general the Case Law on the General Welfare clause right that is Congress has the power to make legislation to regulate commerce commerce between the states. That's the commerce clause and Among other stuff to promote the general welfare that applies when Congress either taxes or spends money right it does so under the rubric of the General Welfare clause but when it regulates that's got to find power somewhere else. This is not. This is neither taxing nor spending spending this is a regulation and the regulation is one hundred percent constitutional constitutional under the commerce clause. Congratulations you got it. Exactly right nailed it. Yeah okay well victory lap Yeah that's that was fortunate all right. Well I'm back back on my way to still staying constantly around fifty four percent or whatever I'm at but that's okay better than family fifty four.

"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"So even if you're entirely corporate funded there is still a captain how much you can receive. you know another part out of the marketplace of Ideas Act which You know ruffled. Some feathers is ending a political TV ads. There's some people aren't unhappy about that one but in my eyes we do everything we can to make sure that a message is what spreads don't merit and not just because someone has enough money to Michael Bloomberg three or the TV. Yeah I was watching the NFL playoffs last weekend. And I saw Bloomberg adds inspire ads and it was just like Yep. That sounds right candidates that I would expect to hear from on the. NFL playoffs They'll do my work arounds. You know exactly. I don't want people to be able to buy elections. So until we can have a A Supreme Court. That's more fair and just those are you know that's the law of the marketplace of Ideas Act that I believe could at least hedge a lot of the problems that we're seeing right now well and feel free to punt on us because It's IT'S A. It's a tough question that that we've been wrestling with on the show. But the the last clause that you said is you know until until we have a supreme court that is More fair injust. Wh what are your thoughts Obviously it's a that's an incredibly Difficult Holt situation. But I'd love to hear what thoughts you might have with respect to how to address.

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"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Do you have. Concrete concrete plans steps that That you would take If elected in terms of minimizing In terms of bringing those worst clothes or you know what would dude let me let me ask it as a leading question. Sorry I'll step down. The lawyer had a little bit and And just ask it as an open ended you know what would you do. What would your priority? What would your legislative of priorities being? Well no I I appreciate you being clear you like to be clear so you know in my is we have to go upstream and this really guide a lot of my policy proposals of which also I have some original ones I really look forward to bringing out and had some other representatives get on board for now. Fortunately there's a lot of pressure right now to end the UMF and remove You know all the add safeguards add rails to the president's disability to unilaterally waging war into assassinate people but my upstream answer is we need to make sure that it's not profitable to go to war at anymore you know. What do you mean by that? Well it comes from complete divestment And rooting out of corruption in the military. I remember seeing Flashlights that were made in China For our guns and they cost about five to ten dollars to produce and we're paying two hundred fifty dollars for them and I've known a lot of people who saw the blatant corruption corruption in our military. Because it's become a bottomless pit for people to for self-enrichment for a lot of our politicians should come up with a phrase for that like I dunno like industrial military trump. Now something like that though military industrial yeah. Exactly you know we. We need to have more safeguards. I think that It's it's not that we can't is that we won't that we have in that we haven't up to this point but we can and You know we weren't always this corrupt and you know my big thing. Thing is the incremental ISM. I've seen people things incrementally get worse. So clearly incremental. It hasn't worked so reducing war powers of the president reducing reducing You know the ability in the lack of oversight for that allows corruption auditing. The Pentagon is one. That especially my libertarian. Orient Israelite friends really like to hear me mention off at the Pentagon audit the Fed. Actually look at the books you know trillions of dollars go missing and you know what the people who are responsible label for this right. Now get to lead comfortable retirement. And that's part of the like I said in Congress would I hope to bring accountability at the absolute highest levels. Well our our our three libertarian listeners. I think are are nodding along enthusiastically right there. Don't let me broaden that question a little bit I I had asked sort of what your top legislative priority would be with respect to foreign policy with respect to the Iranian crisis. And you know you gave A systemic change change answer. What if I'm going to ask you the the congressional equivalent of the presidential one hundred days right like Grr Chris Armitage Armitage elected to Congress on a platform to do sort of fill in the blank. What's your top legislative priority? What he what do you want to be known for? Well I think the most important ones campaign paint finance reform So much stems from that. And I mean it's amazing senator. Sanders really did something incredible. Incredible in two thousand sixteen by showing viability of a campaign that didn't take corporate money. Now I'm I'm on the twenty twenty slate for brand new Congress For anyone who isn't familiar familiar That's when they working class candidates get elected they're one of the first groups that found representative Cossio Cortez and helps guide her campaign and help it grow and They received about thirty thousand applications and picked about thirty candidates of which one and That's one of their core. Missions is getting a corker worker money out of politics. If we do that we can return to a place of substantive discourse where you know a Eisenhower Republicans can actually do good things you know. Nixon created the EPA and and you know policies could actually be debated with an honest and sincere intent to find not a You know A middle ground that upsets everybody except for the one percent but new and creative solutions that are fiscally responsible and take care if people so So let's let's drill down on that a little bit in in terms of obviously That that is you know a a lot of that is music to away ears. As as I think you all know in in light of citizens United What what do you think? Congress.

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"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Do you have. Concrete concrete plans steps that That you would take If elected in terms of minimizing In terms of bringing those worst clothes or you know what would dude let me let me ask it as a leading question. Sorry I'll step down. The lawyer had a little bit and And just ask it as an open ended you know what would you do. What would your priority? What would your legislative of priorities being? Well no I I appreciate you being clear you like to be clear so you know in my is we have to go upstream and this really guide a lot of my policy proposals of which also I have some original ones I really look forward to bringing out and had some other representatives get on board for now. Fortunately there's a lot of pressure right now to end the UMF and remove You know all the add safeguards add rails to the president's disability to unilaterally waging war into assassinate people but my upstream answer is we need to make sure that it's not profitable to go to war at anymore you know. What do you mean by that? Well it comes from complete divestment And rooting out of corruption in the military. I remember seeing Flashlights that were made in China For our guns and they cost about five to ten dollars to produce and we're paying two hundred fifty dollars for them and I've known a lot of people who saw the blatant corruption corruption in our military. Because it's become a bottomless pit for people to for self-enrichment for a lot of our politicians should come up with a phrase for that like I dunno like industrial military trump. Now something like that though military industrial yeah. Exactly you know we. We need to have more safeguards. I think that It's it's not that we can't is that we won't that we have in that we haven't up to this point but we can and You know we weren't always this corrupt and you know my big thing. Thing is the incremental ISM. I've seen people things incrementally get worse. So clearly incremental. It hasn't worked so reducing war powers of the president reducing reducing You know the ability in the lack of oversight for that allows corruption auditing. The Pentagon is one. That especially my libertarian. Orient Israelite friends really like to hear me mention off at the Pentagon audit the Fed. Actually look at the books you know trillions of dollars go missing and you know what the people who are responsible label for this right. Now get to lead comfortable retirement. And that's part of the like I said in Congress would I hope to bring accountability at the absolute highest levels. Well our our our three libertarian listeners. I think are are nodding along enthusiastically right there. Don't let me broaden that question a little bit I I had asked sort of what your top legislative priority would be with respect to foreign policy with respect to the Iranian crisis. And you know you gave A systemic change change answer. What if I'm going to ask you the the congressional equivalent of the presidential one hundred days right like Grr Chris Armitage Armitage elected to Congress on a platform to do sort of fill in the blank. What's your top legislative priority? What he what do you want to be known for? Well I think the most important ones campaign paint finance reform So much stems from that. And I mean it's amazing senator. Sanders really did something incredible. Incredible in two thousand sixteen by showing viability of a campaign that didn't take corporate money. Now I'm I'm on the twenty twenty slate for brand new Congress For anyone who isn't familiar familiar That's when they working class candidates get elected they're one of the first groups that found representative Cossio Cortez and helps guide her campaign and help it grow and They received about thirty thousand applications and picked about thirty candidates of which one and That's one of their core. Missions is getting a corker worker money out of politics. If we do that we can return to a place of substantive discourse where you know a Eisenhower Republicans can actually do good things you know. Nixon created the EPA and and you know policies could actually be debated with an honest and sincere intent to find not a You know A middle ground that upsets everybody except for the one percent but new and creative solutions that are fiscally responsible and take care if people so So let's let's drill down on that a little bit in in terms of obviously That that is you know a a lot of that is music to away ears. As as I think you all know in in light of citizens United What what do you think? Congress.

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"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Do you have. Concrete concrete plans steps that That you would take If elected in terms of minimizing In terms of bringing those worst clothes or you know what would dude let me let me ask it as a leading question. Sorry I'll step down. The lawyer had a little bit and And just ask it as an open ended you know what would you do. What would your priority? What would your legislative of priorities being? Well no I I appreciate you being clear you like to be clear so you know in my is we have to go upstream and this really guide a lot of my policy proposals of which also I have some original ones I really look forward to bringing out and had some other representatives get on board for now. Fortunately there's a lot of pressure right now to end the UMF and remove You know all the add safeguards add rails to the president's disability to unilaterally waging war into assassinate people but my upstream answer is we need to make sure that it's not profitable to go to war at anymore you know. What do you mean by that? Well it comes from complete divestment And rooting out of corruption in the military. I remember seeing Flashlights that were made in China For our guns and they cost about five to ten dollars to produce and we're paying two hundred fifty dollars for them and I've known a lot of people who saw the blatant corruption corruption in our military. Because it's become a bottomless pit for people to for self-enrichment for a lot of our politicians should come up with a phrase for that like I dunno like industrial military trump. Now something like that though military industrial yeah. Exactly you know we. We need to have more safeguards. I think that It's it's not that we can't is that we won't that we have in that we haven't up to this point but we can and You know we weren't always this corrupt and you know my big thing. Thing is the incremental ISM. I've seen people things incrementally get worse. So clearly incremental. It hasn't worked so reducing war powers of the president reducing reducing You know the ability in the lack of oversight for that allows corruption auditing. The Pentagon is one. That especially my libertarian. Orient Israelite friends really like to hear me mention off at the Pentagon audit the Fed. Actually look at the books you know trillions of dollars go missing and you know what the people who are responsible label for this right. Now get to lead comfortable retirement. And that's part of the like I said in Congress would I hope to bring accountability at the absolute highest levels. Well our our our three libertarian listeners. I think are are nodding along enthusiastically right there. Don't let me broaden that question a little bit I I had asked sort of what your top legislative priority would be with respect to foreign policy with respect to the Iranian crisis. And you know you gave A systemic change change answer. What if I'm going to ask you the the congressional equivalent of the presidential one hundred days right like Grr Chris Armitage Armitage elected to Congress on a platform to do sort of fill in the blank. What's your top legislative priority? What he what do you want to be known for? Well I think the most important ones campaign paint finance reform So much stems from that. And I mean it's amazing senator. Sanders really did something incredible. Incredible in two thousand sixteen by showing viability of a campaign that didn't take corporate money. Now I'm I'm on the twenty twenty slate for brand new Congress For anyone who isn't familiar familiar That's when they working class candidates get elected they're one of the first groups that found representative Cossio Cortez and helps guide her campaign and help it grow and They received about thirty thousand applications and picked about thirty candidates of which one and That's one of their core. Missions is getting a corker worker money out of politics. If we do that we can return to a place of substantive discourse where you know a Eisenhower Republicans can actually do good things you know. Nixon created the EPA and and you know policies could actually be debated with an honest and sincere intent to find not a You know A middle ground that upsets everybody except for the one percent but new and creative solutions that are fiscally responsible and take care if people so So let's let's drill down on that a little bit in in terms of obviously That that is you know a a lot of that is music to away ears. As as I think you all know in in light of citizens United What what do you think? Congress.

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"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Public policy action with respect to to Sort of growing white super organized. White supremacist groups neo. Nazis that sort of thing What what is there anything you would do? Legislatively family in Congress with respect to them. I don't know if we really need new laws to address it. I think we need to update the education system and also how we hire a law enforcement officers. I've met many people in this district to when they were young. They know they were young white men and they were approached by these groups and they tried to recruit them something these groups do do they. Actively try to get their members to become law enforcement to become military and the protests laws aren't enforced against them We have something here here called the well I. I won't give away their name. I don't want to give them free press but They set up a church outside of a planned parenthood so that they're allowed to either and they just harassed everybody going into it and that state representative is closely associated with them and You know what I mentioned all these people to I wanted to be clear. We'll have five hundred people at our impeachment rally or twenty five hundred people at our climate strike. And there'll be twenty or thirty of these people who the other people the people the white supremacists in the Maga- folks. They are such a there've very vocal but small subset of our area. But yeah it's really just GonNa take better hiring practices for our law enforcement and better education. Yeah will perhaps we should move on from them and not let them Get anymore Airtime with their with their nonsense. Let's get back to Andrews question about Iran Do you have again views on what went down down in what you would like to see done in the house if you're a congressman to To check the presence power yeah of course I support report with Senator Sanders and And Connor working on number personally my view on how we stop all these forever. Wars is a little bit different than what a lot of people are talking about one. We need to have the government entirely divest at every single level from military industrial complex related organizations Also we need to comply with the International Criminal Court which gives up a degree of our sovereignty military wise and I believe that any United States president isn't anyone at any level of this government who sends our troops somewhere participates in torture and other war crimes and crimes against peach peace. They should be held to those standards. You can't can't pass the Nuremberg trial standards that put Nazis away. You deserve the same fate and it's you know it's responsibility the at the highest level. If we're going to move forward as a country we need to actually hold ourselves to the highest standards and for a long time. We've run roughshod over all over over all other countries All these other countries and the people who send us to these wars they go jet skiing they paint they paint in their free time. They have nice retirements admits. While you know our streets out here. Homelessness is a big problem and so many of these folks are veterans. And they come back. They don't have the resources they need. They end up turning to substance mm since abuse or alcohol. So that's how we stop it. That's my you know. As far as Iran we guess we killed you know one of the highest ranking people in another country another another country's government is not the same as killing Osama bin Laden We invited him for a par lay. The United States can never be trusted again to have have a peaceful discussion because we had the Iraqi president invite him and then killed him at the airport. So it's disgusting. It's terrible and and like I said I I I. I'm member Veterans for Peace and I'm speaking to people who were in Vietnam and the Gulf War and Iraq and Afghanistan. And we're asking ourselves. How do we stop this? I'm I'm friends with other veterans. Who are running or progressives running for the House and we ask ourselves? How do we stop this? I remember being at at a protest in two thousand and five with my older brother Where we were marching down a major street and and doing everything we could to combat the wars in Iraq and against US eh? Stop and it didn't work. So how do we get it to change this time. We have to hold politicians accountable. So let let me let me push back and and try and steal man the The the administration's position as much as possible You've described this is a challenge. But you've you've described kind of escalation.

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"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Public policy action with respect to to Sort of growing white super organized. White supremacist groups neo. Nazis that sort of thing What what is there anything you would do? Legislatively family in Congress with respect to them. I don't know if we really need new laws to address it. I think we need to update the education system and also how we hire a law enforcement officers. I've met many people in this district to when they were young. They know they were young white men and they were approached by these groups and they tried to recruit them something these groups do do they. Actively try to get their members to become law enforcement to become military and the protests laws aren't enforced against them We have something here here called the well I. I won't give away their name. I don't want to give them free press but They set up a church outside of a planned parenthood so that they're allowed to either and they just harassed everybody going into it and that state representative is closely associated with them and You know what I mentioned all these people to I wanted to be clear. We'll have five hundred people at our impeachment rally or twenty five hundred people at our climate strike. And there'll be twenty or thirty of these people who the other people the people the white supremacists in the Maga- folks. They are such a there've very vocal but small subset of our area. But yeah it's really just GonNa take better hiring practices for our law enforcement and better education. Yeah will perhaps we should move on from them and not let them Get anymore Airtime with their with their nonsense. Let's get back to Andrews question about Iran Do you have again views on what went down down in what you would like to see done in the house if you're a congressman to To check the presence power yeah of course I support report with Senator Sanders and And Connor working on number personally my view on how we stop all these forever. Wars is a little bit different than what a lot of people are talking about one. We need to have the government entirely divest at every single level from military industrial complex related organizations Also we need to comply with the International Criminal Court which gives up a degree of our sovereignty military wise and I believe that any United States president isn't anyone at any level of this government who sends our troops somewhere participates in torture and other war crimes and crimes against peach peace. They should be held to those standards. You can't can't pass the Nuremberg trial standards that put Nazis away. You deserve the same fate and it's you know it's responsibility the at the highest level. If we're going to move forward as a country we need to actually hold ourselves to the highest standards and for a long time. We've run roughshod over all over over all other countries All these other countries and the people who send us to these wars they go jet skiing they paint they paint in their free time. They have nice retirements admits. While you know our streets out here. Homelessness is a big problem and so many of these folks are veterans. And they come back. They don't have the resources they need. They end up turning to substance mm since abuse or alcohol. So that's how we stop it. That's my you know. As far as Iran we guess we killed you know one of the highest ranking people in another country another another country's government is not the same as killing Osama bin Laden We invited him for a par lay. The United States can never be trusted again to have have a peaceful discussion because we had the Iraqi president invite him and then killed him at the airport. So it's disgusting. It's terrible and and like I said I I I. I'm member Veterans for Peace and I'm speaking to people who were in Vietnam and the Gulf War and Iraq and Afghanistan. And we're asking ourselves. How do we stop this? I'm I'm friends with other veterans. Who are running or progressives running for the House and we ask ourselves? How do we stop this? I remember being at at a protest in two thousand and five with my older brother Where we were marching down a major street and and doing everything we could to combat the wars in Iraq and against US eh? Stop and it didn't work. So how do we get it to change this time. We have to hold politicians accountable. So let let me let me push back and and try and steal man the The the administration's position as much as possible You've described this is a challenge. But you've you've described kind of escalation.

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"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"We are now joined by candidate in Washington's Fifth Congressional district. Chris Armitage. Chris how you doing really great. I appreciate you having me on have been fan for a while right. Cool while we're back at you. We're rooting for you. Yeah we're not the rudy of congressional campaigns. You Really WanNa see us in the in the fight now distribution so everyone wants to see it can raise enough money I is that is that the best analogy because I. I'm pretty sure that kid got killed right Lake Fair. That's fair. It's usually as a as a little background I mean. Why don't you tell us a little bit about your district and about the incumbent which I think Oh a listeners will will probably recognize yeah absolutely so on our district is a pretty the Interesting place it's a twenty five percent bigger than New Jersey has ten counties more than half. The population is in one of those ten counties So it's economically canonical diverse. Some of our counties have a thirty percent of the people there Una below the poverty line. That's triple the national average You know we have massive massive unemployment and underemployment while the trump administration brags about unemployment numbers we have counties that have ten twelve percent unemployment and those are the actively elite unemployed folks so and then beyond that in our housing costs arising was a lot of challenges out here. We have A native American reservation Called the Mid News. The midnight mine is a thing out there. There's uranium that was just left out there and so key. Cancer has completely devastated that community. It's a a lot of the poorest county in Washington state a right here in eastern Washington so a lot of folks left behind our incumbent. Cathy mcmorris Rogers. She devotes with trump ninety five percent of the time she's actually the chair of his Washington State Fundraising Committee. Our district is only plus nine red So that they shouldn't feel also comfortable or like it's a stronghold they really shouldn't 'cause she hasn't had a serious challenger She's been around since two thousand four and most years You know it's it's kind of seen as a sacrificial lamb place to run We're folks will jump into the race and walk it not run at and and Then get offered some sort of a good position with state or with the party now. I'm a unique challenger for her as well. She loves to talk about how much she loves. Veterans and how patriotic she is well. I served in the Air Force at our air force base here in our district Fairchild for two enlistment S- I deployed to the Middle East as security security forces where I did security on the Iraq-kuwait border and on the home on Order was a base defense operations controller while as active duty also earned a master's in homeland homeland security in an Undergrad and criminal justice and did law enforcement when I was Sta- side. Well so well that that I I I definitely want to want to delve into those questions because is obviously I think you're prepared for us to ask one or two foreign policy questions given the state of the world today and And the the fact at the United States is carried out an assassination in Iran. I don't WanNa lose a I guess. I want to stay on the thread of the district for for just a little bit. You you said it is a It's it's our plus nine district. I've I've seen you know right around in that area which seems to be kind of the sweet spot on wholesaler. Modeling for Gerrymandering a district. I don't know when you when you look geographically at your district does it. Does it strike you. Gerrymander is as it has the have the boundaries recently sort of redrawn. Or did it just kind of happened that way that that falls into that category of almost always are we safe but could be underwater in a in a wave election year. This district is definitely You know it's it's because there's two congressional districts that cover more than half of the state when we have ten congressional district so they're not really new gerrymandered. They could flip them a different way if they wanted to help them. Lean blue for sure and guarantee parenti one of them would be blue and one of them would be read But as it is it's not too bad Washington might be a pretty blue state but something really try to let people people know too is we need to cast the net wide Need to fight every single race weekend especially somewhere like here and by the numbers we should have been able to win this district before we actually had speaker of the House who was a Democrat from this district. He had it from sixty four to ninety four speaker. Foley and the D.. TRIPLE CPA this on the red to blue list in two thousand eighteen. So that seems like a definitely be possible with higher voter turnout in twenty twenty that we should be able to Flip it great. You talked about ninety four. I mean that was the key to the kind of the Republican takeover of the House right was was challenging everywhere. You're so you know it's good to to hear that that you're going to be a part of that effort going forward challenging everywhere I think is really the lesson that we should would've learned by all that they've been at it for a long time and it was a big upset obviously for a speaker to lose their seat Especially since he was pretty beloved in this district But we can take it back. I think it's going to be pretty poetic for it to happen in twenty twenty after last time it was flipped in nineteen ninety four. Well I think I think we're rooting for I WANNA I wanNA talk about About some of the specific strategies that you have. But why don't why don't we pick up on that thread thread right. You described your national security background right which is right. It's always it's always good to shore up sort of where you know. Do you know your opponent is You know has a has a political line. That may be isn't necessarily borne run out by the policy votes right like we just discussed on Friday's episode the The Fifth Circuit's.

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"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"armitage" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"We are now joined by candidate in Washington's Fifth Congressional district. Chris Armitage. Chris how you doing really great. I appreciate you having me on have been fan for a while right. Cool while we're back at you. We're rooting for you. Yeah we're not the rudy of congressional campaigns. You Really WanNa see us in the in the fight now distribution so everyone wants to see it can raise enough money I is that is that the best analogy because I. I'm pretty sure that kid got killed right Lake Fair. That's fair. It's usually as a as a little background I mean. Why don't you tell us a little bit about your district and about the incumbent which I think Oh a listeners will will probably recognize yeah absolutely so on our district is a pretty the Interesting place it's a twenty five percent bigger than New Jersey has ten counties more than half. The population is in one of those ten counties So it's economically canonical diverse. Some of our counties have a thirty percent of the people there Una below the poverty line. That's triple the national average You know we have massive massive unemployment and underemployment while the trump administration brags about unemployment numbers we have counties that have ten twelve percent unemployment and those are the actively elite unemployed folks so and then beyond that in our housing costs arising was a lot of challenges out here. We have A native American reservation Called the Mid News. The midnight mine is a thing out there. There's uranium that was just left out there and so key. Cancer has completely devastated that community. It's a a lot of the poorest county in Washington state a right here in eastern Washington so a lot of folks left behind our incumbent. Cathy mcmorris Rogers. She devotes with trump ninety five percent of the time she's actually the chair of his Washington State Fundraising Committee. Our district is only plus nine red So that they shouldn't feel also comfortable or like it's a stronghold they really shouldn't 'cause she hasn't had a serious challenger She's been around since two thousand four and most years You know it's it's kind of seen as a sacrificial lamb place to run We're folks will jump into the race and walk it not run at and and Then get offered some sort of a good position with state or with the party now. I'm a unique challenger for her as well. She loves to talk about how much she loves. Veterans and how patriotic she is well. I served in the Air Force at our air force base here in our district Fairchild for two enlistment S- I deployed to the Middle East as security security forces where I did security on the Iraq-kuwait border and on the home on Order was a base defense operations controller while as active duty also earned a master's in homeland homeland security in an Undergrad and criminal justice and did law enforcement when I was Sta- side. Well so well that that I I I definitely want to want to delve into those questions because is obviously I think you're prepared for us to ask one or two foreign policy questions given the state of the world today and And the the fact at the United States is carried out an assassination in Iran. I don't WanNa lose a I guess. I want to stay on the thread of the district for for just a little bit. You you said it is a It's it's our plus nine district. I've I've seen you know right around in that area which seems to be kind of the sweet spot on wholesaler. Modeling for Gerrymandering a district. I don't know when you when you look geographically at your district does it. Does it strike you. Gerrymander is as it has the have the boundaries recently sort of redrawn. Or did it just kind of happened that way that that falls into that category of almost always are we safe but could be underwater in a in a wave election year. This district is definitely You know it's it's because there's two congressional districts that cover more than half of the state when we have ten congressional district so they're not really new gerrymandered. They could flip them a different way if they wanted to help them. Lean blue for sure and guarantee parenti one of them would be blue and one of them would be read But as it is it's not too bad Washington might be a pretty blue state but something really try to let people people know too is we need to cast the net wide Need to fight every single race weekend especially somewhere like here and by the numbers we should have been able to win this district before we actually had speaker of the House who was a Democrat from this district. He had it from sixty four to ninety four speaker. Foley and the D.. TRIPLE CPA this on the red to blue list in two thousand eighteen. So that seems like a definitely be possible with higher voter turnout in twenty twenty that we should be able to Flip it great. You talked about ninety four. I mean that was the key to the kind of the Republican takeover of the House right was was challenging everywhere. You're so you know it's good to to hear that that you're going to be a part of that effort going forward challenging everywhere I think is really the lesson that we should would've learned by all that they've been at it for a long time and it was a big upset obviously for a speaker to lose their seat Especially since he was pretty beloved in this district But we can take it back. I think it's going to be pretty poetic for it to happen in twenty twenty after last time it was flipped in nineteen ninety four. Well I think I think we're rooting for I WANNA I wanNA talk about About some of the specific strategies that you have. But why don't why don't we pick up on that thread thread right. You described your national security background right which is right. It's always it's always good to shore up sort of where you know. Do you know your opponent is You know has a has a political line. That may be isn't necessarily borne run out by the policy votes right like we just discussed on Friday's episode the The Fifth Circuit's.

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The Birth of Chyavana

Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

08:30 min | 1 year ago

The Birth of Chyavana

"The Great Rishi Brig was matted to Paloma these spend their time together devoted to each other. After some time she became pregnant. One day breath who had gone out of his home ditch for some from work. And his wife Luma was alone noxious also named Boma came to visit the wife welcomes deduction and offered him food. The doctor saw this beautiful flu leading and decided to carry whore to his bizarre kisa observed that the sacrificial file was burning wounding bright in one corner of the Armitage addressed agony and said it is said and that Albany you are the witness for all old sent promises enemy. Is it not blue. ooh That my name see this beautiful bow. Lama was engaged to me by father when she was a child and has not big stolen her away from me unlawfully. Will it not be justified in getting her back. Even by force speak dot true now. UGLY WAS NOT DILEMMA. He field both directions are and the Great Rashid. Brigham so he'd immune silent the rocks yourself repeated his question. So I'll give me finally said noxious all bowl them all disorderly through the you originally originally engaged to Paul however you will not matter to her. She has mattered the siege Pigou and is his wife. You have no light overhaul. The doctor saw was very angry. With what Agni he said and so he assumed the form of a giant board and in a single leap landed near the Rashid's wife. You've he then pulled her by force on his back and began caddying for to his whole started crying. The deals that flowed from her is formed the liberal but Assad on the child of Brig wasn't Palomas is wound was very angry with this as the rocks. Oh was still running in speed frightened. Follow fell on the the ground and delivered a baby the baby delivered from his mother's womb. Sean like that of a sun and the baby that was delivered from his mother's womb shone like the sun. The child is he's known by the name shower which means fallen from womb when deductions are saw the brilliant self the baby he was started and left Boma the next instant the rock she saw fell on the ground and was born to ashes. ballo Ma Toco baby in Harems and began her journey home when she she reached the hermitage siege was back anxiously waiting for her. When he saw hull reduce I said how did the rock she saw dare to carry you away? Who told your identity to that demon? The sacrificial fire Albany told my identity to that rock she saw it was only lead to the power of a Berlin son Charleena Cook. I was rescued. Siege Brigade became very angry with me and ghost list. He said while Guinea since you have betrayed us. I 'cause that people will put talk foul Ting's along with the good things in the file. Healing Discourse Albany appeared there and said Goudie. What you have said is not room? I am the witness for all things that happen in this world. I cannot lie even to say my life when the doctor saw ost me about his engagement. With your wife Paloma I. I had to tell the truth. I knew that your wife Boma was originally engaged by her father to the Rock Shis up all Numa so could not lie or denied. The fact I can also see with redone but I shall not do so. I hold all Brahmins in high respect I am the life force behind creation. I can multiply myself in instant. My presence is essential for all rituals without my presence. The world will stop and I'm the chief among priests on the medium of the sacrifice. How can I? Who is the link between Gods and men then become an eater of all ting's clean and unclean but he was still angry and refused the draw his curse Ogoni became annoyed and decided to withdraw himself from the world? He did not appear in the ritual of sacrificial file gnawed in house or five which involved cooking and and lighting at home the world began to suffer. Men could not do anything without file. The the thieves also began to weaken for the dependent on the worship of men and needed a me to carry holum. mm-hmm ingred distress. All of them went to Brahma the Lord of creation for him Lord hung called Agony and said ugly greed. Is Your Powell like me. You are immortal mortar. You are the Creator. You are the destroyer you resolve this world. You are the Lord and Master of all ceremonies and sacrifices. It does not look good that you sulk and stop all the ceremonies in the three worlds. The Dave's are weakening without the heaven. That only you can bring them. Oh please do not sulk. I'll need applied. I have been coast by sage. Brigham mm-hmm that. I will eat unclean things from now on. This is an insult to me who is very pure. It has been caused us due to no fault of mine. I have resolved to never eat anything again. And thus escaped from the coast. Brahma said I shall grant the Boon to you that you shall always be your no who matter how one clean the food. That is awful to you one so it comes in contact with you. It shall

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"armitage" Discussed on WTVN

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01:56 min | 2 years ago

"armitage" Discussed on WTVN

"EDU, and they'll take care of that for you as well before we go to the break here. And again, we've got Dr Allan Armitage coming up with us next. If you don't know Dr Allen Armitage where have you been but go to his website? It's Allen A L L A N Armitage dot net. Check out his website. This guy has written like seventeen books of which the professional indivisible books are used as reference books in colleges master gardener programs. Volunteer gardeners professionals. They all use them. But. The books that I've really gotten into lately are the books that he's been writing about the stories about plants the names. And of course, the book about his life, which is both of those are great books. We'll talk more about that would get him on this show with us. But he's got a gardening app is absolutely outstanding and this guarding app. He updates on a regular basis as new plants new topics new chapters new videos, it's unbelievable. It's like four ninety nine and I can't him about his five bucks. But it's well worth this app. So we'll talk more about what kind of updates. He's got going on with that right now. But check it out. It's Alan Armitage dot net. And you can order stuff right off there. As a matter of fact, if you code in I think he he's going to give us a special I believe for for going there. I think it's Wilson on the special code. He'll tell us when we get when we get with him. But just always fun talking to him. And again, the the Margarita sweep ornamental sweet potato that you probably planted in your containers. And all that's just one of the many plants. He's helped developed over all the years guy. The guy is an unbelievable plants, man. All right. We'll take a break we come back. We will have Dr Allen Armitage with us. And of course, more with him. We'll continue taking your calls at eight to one WTVN. It's all happening here on NewsRadio six ten WTVN. Does this sound like you and your friends? What are you doing? I.

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What is Lava?

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02:16 min | 3 years ago

What is Lava?

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"armitage" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

3D Printing Today

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"armitage" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"Be in the store on the story is not going to be armitage will be on the tube you're going to need to request it to get it so i would say that you should be able to get it although i don't expect anybody to ship it with with the product and in fact most of the resin manufacturers and this is much more of an issue with liquid resins than it is with solid filament but most of the resin manufacturers do have at least most of the north american ones do have an mst s available on their website for for their their products that they buy wouldn't expect them to ship you a copy of it but you know you go to their website you should be able to get a copy of it basically what an ms s tells you is what are the hazards associated with this product as the manufacturer sees it and the mst ss produced by the manufacturer most most manufacturers i think hire consultants to do it so you know do you trust it or not uh i i can't rule east it depends on what what product you're you're talking about but if they if they say it's while let's not toxic and not known to be carcinogenic um i'm i'm not going to be doing shots of their resin thank you but it's it's good to look at it it's good to get experience with reading a lot of mst sdss because it's sort of they have their own language and if you read your first m sds you might not really be making good judgments about what it means young because it can look very scary because it's all written in m s dsbk it's engineering chemical engineering spie ah now now i i just for the fun of it i went to the produce pasta website on pastas one of my favorite filament producer these guys make specialized artisanal filaments sir and and these guys are great they great works i.

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