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Fresh update on "barrett" discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:39 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "barrett" discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"On, I got one more here. Chile O'Donnell, NBC. Thank you, mister president. Well, you just made some news saying you would support changing the filibuster rules to codify abortion rights broadly across the country. Right to privacy, not just abortion rights, but yes, abortion rights. Okay, some breaking news this morning. Yeah. Oh my God. If only we had something. The gods are with us. Happened to have one of my heroes representative Jackie spear with us this very morning who's been talking about this issue of making many others. Good morning, my shiro. Good morning, Stephanie. Great to be with you. You great to be with you too. Well, I just have to say, I was a fan of yours a thousand years ago, but it's just, you know, as the country moves through these horrible gun massacres, you speaking about your experience at Jonestown and then you bravely talking about your abortion when this whole roe V wade travesty happened. You empower so many women every day and I just want you to know that we are just so proud of you in California. You are an amazing representative. Well, thank you. That means a lot coming from you. I do my job, right? I represent people and not political extremists. And that's what the Republican has become. It represents political extremists. Yeah. Absolutely right. Well, got to get your first reaction to the president saying this. I mean, I know we're still at the same problem with this filibuster, but you know, I do think that if, you know, Joe Manchin or whoever's going to say, you know, I was lied to by the Supreme Court Justices who, you know, that we put on a lifetime seat, then do something about it. Do something about it. It's a codify row, right? This is an easy ask. And for Joe Manchin for Susan Collins, who were betrayed. I mean, Susan Collins has notes from her conversations with Kavanaugh who says, I'm not a rock the boat jurist. And it's 40 years of precedent. And then he of Gorsuch and Kavanaugh, and I believe Comey Barrett as well. All saying that, you know, roe versus wade is settled law. It's decades and decades of precedent. Well, you can create a narrow waiver for the purposes of passing row into law. Because ostensibly, that's what Susan Collins and Joe Manchin are concerned about. So at least Susan Collins, I can't speak for Joe Manchin. But we have to remember that the filibuster is not sacrosanct. It's not in the constitution. It was a rule created in the 20th century. And frankly, it was amended a number of times in the 20th century. It used to be that you had to sit on the floor or stand on the floor and speak for 20 hours. Now all you have to do is put a hold on a bill. And it creates an environment so that you need 60 votes. It's no longer a majority rules in the Senate. And it has become paralysis, total paralysis. We can't get anything passed in the Senate once we pass it in the house unless it gets put into an omnibus bill, which is a mega Bill that's got a lot of different issues in it..

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Article III Project's Mike Davis on the Transformation of SCOTUS

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 2 d ago

Article III Project's Mike Davis on the Transformation of SCOTUS

"With us right now is Mike Davis formerly chief counsel for nominations for the U.S. Senate committee on the judiciary and a law clerk formerly and also helped justice Gorsuch, get on the U.S. Supreme Court, Mike, welcome back to the program. Thank you for having me, Charlie. I always love when you do our interviews, you have that beautiful picture behind you. It's just, it's incredible. So Washington crossing the Delaware if I'm not mistaken. It is, yeah, and I've big, big, big admirer of that painting and what it actually means. So Mike ten years ago, I got my start in politics and I was pro life then as I am now, but I was told by people that roe versus wade would never be overturned. Ten years ago, justice Scalia was lamenting that the court had gone off the rails. What happened in a decade, where we went from a court that was insane and dominated by Sotomayor and Kagan and upheld ObamaCare is merely a tax, even though we know simply that that was an insane decision. We're ten years later, we now have restored constitutional sanity. What do you attribute the success to? I attributed this success to president Donald J Trump and Senate Republicans. President Trump in 2016 won an upset victory against Hillary Clinton in big part because he promised he would appoint constitutionalist Supreme Court Justices and federal judges who would follow the law instead of rewrite the law and what we saw with this Dobbs decision coming out was the culmination of that. It was because president Trump transformed the 5 to four John Roberts court to the 5 to four clarence Thomas court with the appointments of justices, Gorsuch, my former boss, justice Kavanaugh, who I helped lead through the Senate confirmation and then justice Amy Coney Barrett. So it is a fundamental transformation of the federal judiciary back to its constitutionalist origins, what is supposed to be before the liberals hijack the Supreme Court nearly 90 years

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Fresh update on "barrett" discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:49 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "barrett" discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"This has a very big impact on climate, which is probably where we've seen the most executive regulations come out in the last 6 to 7 years first under Obama and then under Biden. But it will affect all kinds of federal regulations that, again, the executive branch puts in. So again, there will be many opportunities to challenge that. We already saw similar cases with vaccine recommendations from the CDC. So there are some where the court has ruled similarly, but I imagine we'll get some challenges. Again, this current makeup of the court, I don't see them ruling that differently on this issue because they are very focused on this idea of Congress legislating rather than the executive or even the judicial branch quote unquote making the laws. So all these Supreme Court decisions politically motivated. Well, it's a good question. I would say that it always seems that way. In which I never weigh one is falling on these issues and when it's a liberal majority court, liberals are accused of ruling political judging politically and whatnot. I would say in general the court justices right now have very different approaches to how they read the law and how they make decisions. And those are very much along. Ideological and political lines. So a very conservative, originalist, textualist approach from the conservatives on the court and a much more interpretive approach by the liberals. And so when you have that difference of approach, you're going to see difference of opinions that's follow along, political lines. Many of course will see more of a political agenda, but I think this is something that in the long history of the court does go both ways, even though we're seeing some rulings that obviously go very much in favor of conservatives these days. So how much credibility then can the court retain? Well, again, I would say the court is always, I would say up and down. So to speak in public opinion and this latest batch of rulings, obviously, has drawn the ire from liberals from many Democrats and even from Biden himself. And also just the way the confirmation of the last the previous lastly confirmed justice and community Barrett took place was obviously very politicized in itself. So I think the public will read the court as being very politicized at this moment. Again, the court itself is just going to carry on with their own with hearing their next round of cases in the fall. But I think what would be more interesting is how both Democrats and Republicans make this an issue going into the midterm of the selection because whether the court wants it or not, they are a political player and they're going to be politicized in these next few months. And are there any plans then to reform the justice system? Well, there are certainly many options that have been floated. So Democrats have explored everything from expanding the sides of the court to other kinds of reforms. I imagine that those will start getting some more re books after this current wave. But the reality is it would be really difficult to change that right now in a way that one could pass with our current balance of government and to that could not simply be undone if elections switched that conservative and Republican tied more power. And so you don't want to get into a situation where the court is constantly changing format or changing personnel depending on who's controlling Congress or who's in the Oval Office. Julie, thank you very much indeed. That was Julie Norman, and you're listening to the briefing on monocle 24. We.

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'Created Equal' Author Mark Paoletta Reacts to SCOTUS Overturning Roe

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:31 min | 3 d ago

'Created Equal' Author Mark Paoletta Reacts to SCOTUS Overturning Roe

"But Mark talked to us about last week. As you said, sep, a great day for the constitution. I can't stop smiling, right? It's such a wonderful, such a wonderful thing that happened, right? And there's so many on so many levels. One of them being that the left through everything at these justice is in the most despicable way possible, right? And one of the I worked on justice Thomas's confirmation back in 1991, right? And I saw it when I reviewed his speeches in an article from his time as the EEOC. He'd been through the fire and he never wilted. He never bent, right? And so to see whether you never know how a justice is going to be until they're on the court in under fire. And it's such a great day that justice Barrett justice Gorsuch justice Kavanaugh, justice Alito, and justice Thomas, did not bend, right? And that's one of the most important things coming out of this opinion. Returning it to the states where it properly belongs. And then this intimidation. And you know, when you going back to the book and the movie, justice Thomas recognized, during those confirmation hearings, all the left cared about was this decision. This is what they were going to destroy him on. So the roe V wade was the neuralgic point for the left. 100% and he goes back to it over and over. He said, they didn't care what I did with my life. They didn't care about anything I had done. They wanted this issue, and they were going to destroy me to keep this issue.

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Fresh update on "barrett" discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

00:27 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "barrett" discussed on The Lowe Post

"Are the kings, the Sacramento Kings, of the east. In that almost no matter what they do, they've reached the stage where everybody laughs at them. And I think that perception which they have earned ten times over. Has infected the analysis of this trade or this signing. Look, if you think you could say it affected the analysis of the trades on draft night, too. I did. In fact, I did say exactly that because I look at those trades and they came out, I think two first round picks ahead. Now, the first round picks they got from Oklahoma City are mostly protected, some heavily protected. The one they sent out number 11 may end up being the most valuable of all the picks, but they armed themselves with more picks and everyone laughs at them. I'm like, am I missing something? You're like, I don't think this is so bad. And I feel the same way about Brunson. $25 million a year? Yeah, it's a lot. It's a lot. It's maybe a few $1 million more than I would have paid. This is a team that's also been searching for a point guard for like three or four seasons. They have a very good backup in Derrick Rose, who is not a starter anymore. It doesn't want to be a starter. I don't think. Tibs won't start him. And they were linked to Fred van vliet a couple of years ago, which would have been a great fit. They didn't get him. They were linked in trade talks to Malcolm Brogdon, would have been an okay fit, they didn't get them. How are we going to beat them up for getting a guy who's clearly good? Yeah, Jalen Brunson, maybe you'd like them to shoot more threes, you'd like them to be a couple inches taller. You'd like them to be a little bit better of a playmaker. He's just a good player who will be able to play off Julius Randle, who will need the ball, play off RJ Barrett, who will need the ball, and I am interested to see sort of what RJ Barrett becomes on this team and what role he plays. It will be able to take the reins of the offense in the half court. And you can tell me about the prices too high and he won't get to play in the 5 out spacing in which he thrived in Dallas when there are four three point shooters around him because Randall will be there and Mitchell Robinson or whoever the center is will be there. Okay, fine. I can't make everything ideal. I think he's a good player. I think the contract is totally fine and movable. It's everything else around it and what's the pivot going to be because this team has built is just kind of tops out as an okay to maybe pretty good team. Somewhere down the line and I don't know what the pivot is, but I will say I really hope we see more of top and especially top end this year. Quickly is interesting and I kind of like quickly, I like his upside. Good things just seem to happen when obi toppin is on the floor and I want to learn more about what he's doing to contribute to those good things. Because if he starts to hit a little bit more, if quickly starts to hit a little bit more, if deuce McBride and Quentin Grimes start to hit a little bit more, then that pivot becomes easier to see without it costing you RJ Barrett, who is, I think, the most important player on the team. And the last thing is, if the pivot is to cap space at any point, I think Julius Randle was and is eminently gettable on the trade market. But I just, I can't find it in me to be like outraged about this jail and Brunson deal. I think it's just fine. It's not great. It's not horrible. It's just fine. I think what I would say about the Knicks in the Leon rose era is you can quibble with their strategy and clearly their strategy was wrong last season. But once they set that strategy, I think their execution is pretty good within it in terms of finding value on the margins in these draft trades. Getting guys quickly in the late first round and I think over the long run that actually execution wins out and is more important than your strategy. Because eventually those little wins will add up and become more important in terms of giving you options. I mean, we'll see if the theoretical superstar that Leon rose was brought there to draw ever comes. I think the Knicks when they made that made that acquisition of Leon rose and made that commitment for that reason did not anticipate the sons with Devin Booker and the wolves with Karl Anthony towns becoming good to great teams. So quickly and sort of taking those players out of the equation. By the way, we were going to do a segment today on the NBA today before the Durant stuff happened. What's the case for or the segment was make the case for or against the Carl Anthony town supermax that is probably coming in about three hours. And I said, I don't think there is a case against it. Can you make a case against it?.

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Dan Bongino: If Libs Want to Pack the Court, Conservatives Will Play

The Dan Bongino Show

01:28 min | 4 d ago

Dan Bongino: If Libs Want to Pack the Court, Conservatives Will Play

"Didn't work out well for the Democrats last time Taught him a lesson They wanted to dump the filibuster We said okay dump the filibuster Here's Amy Coney Barrett Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh How do you like them apples You want to make the Supreme Court 12 Let's make it 36 And we'll nominate well nominate 20 more You want to make it 36 We'll make it a 136 Next thing you know what it looked like a parliamentary system in the UK We can do that too I'm warning you now I will use every microphone and video camera in my power I'm not suggesting my word isn't any way dispositive I don't have an inflated sense of self worth But as I said in my podcast earlier and I'll say again now I've got a lot of friends and conservative media that agree with me some don't Many do I will make sure that if you decide to pack the court that all of us press every single person in a Republican or orbit from the activist space up on The donors and everyone else to press every single Republican to nominate three people for everyone they nominate back You may not like what you see after that Make it a national right to school choice You may get national pro life legislation codifying the right to life you may get a flat tax You may get a fair tax You're not going to like any of that You may get a balanced budget amendment You're not going to like any of that

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Pro-Choice Protesters Descend on Justice Coney Barrett's Home

The Officer Tatum Show

00:59 sec | Last week

Pro-Choice Protesters Descend on Justice Coney Barrett's Home

"I want to continue to talk about this a portion thing and I'm not going to stay on it long, but they're showing up to Amy Coni Barrett's house to protest her about abortions. And this is my problem with that. I believe that you should not be able to protest in front of a Supreme Court Justice's house. You could protest on a public thoroughfare somewhere else. But when you go to someone's house, you have now made it personal. You are now in threatening intimidating them to make decisions. They should be able to live and exist in their own home peacefully. You can protest them when they Capitol Hill. You can protest them when they're at work and official capacity in their business. You should not be able to go to the homes of Supreme Court Justices. You should not be able to do that.

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Editor Sara Barratt Discusses Her Christian 'Rebelution' Website

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:22 min | Last month

Editor Sara Barratt Discusses Her Christian 'Rebelution' Website

"Talking to Sarah Barrett, the young author of stand up stand strong a call to bold faith in a confused culture. Tell us about your website also because you're on a mission to reach young people. Yes, the revolution dot com was actually founded by Alex and Brett Harris from their book do hard things. And if you're wondering, yes, Alex and Brett made up the word the revolution. It really means instead of how we think of teenagers always rebel. We're rebelling against the idea that we can't use our lives for anything, but ourselves for fun for pleasure. It's really a rebellion revolution. We're choosing to use our teen years for the glory of God living sold out for Jesus Christ. So our mission and our focus with the revolution is just to equip young people to do hard things for the glory of God to live sold out for Christ in their teen years and to not waste these valuable years that they have. Well, that's a great message. Speaking of somebody who has wasted some years, it's really, it's just wonderful and encouraging that young people are thinking the way you are and the revolution is spelled, the revolution. You can figure it out. The revolution, and people can find you at your own website, Sarah Barrett dot com.

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'Stand Up, Stand Strong: A Call to Bold Faith in a Confused Culture'

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:49 sec | Last month

'Stand Up, Stand Strong: A Call to Bold Faith in a Confused Culture'

"Sarah Barrett. Who has a new book out? It's called stand up stand strong a call to bold faith in a confused culture. So Sarah, what does that look like to you? In other words, how do we how do we do this? Standing strong looks like building our lives on the foundation of the word of God first and foremost. That's where it all begins. It's not our opinions. It's not our ideas. It's what does scripture say. That is our foundation for standing strong, we're called to be strong in the lord and in the power of his might. We're called to build our lives on the foundation of his word. So really, it begins with knowing the word, we are in many ways a biblically illiterate church. So knowing the word of God, building our lives upon it, believing that it is total truth, not just for our spiritual lives, but for the entirety of our lives.

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Why Sara Barratt Wrote Her New Book 'Stand Up, Stand Strong'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | Last month

Why Sara Barratt Wrote Her New Book 'Stand Up, Stand Strong'

"Today I'm talking to Sarah Barrett, Sarah, you're really too young to be an author, I think. You're just a kid. You're just a kid. But you've written a book called stand up, stand strong, a call to bold faith in a confused culture. I've interviewed you before. What was your last book? Love riot. Okay. And I've interviewed your sister who's way older than you, like three or four years older than you, right? She's four years older than me. Do you have any siblings that are not authors? No, it's just the two of us, so we're the only ones you're going to get. So you don't have a third one. So they're all authors. All right, so what? And I should mention you're the editor in chief of the resolution dot com. It's felt rebel, the rebel ocean revolution dot com. Okay, so stand up stand strong a call to bold faith in a confused culture. What made you want to write this book? Well, it really began when I heard a study from the barna group done in 2018 that said that only 4% of Gen Z has a biblical worldview. And that's my generation. We are really the least Christian generation. And that just broke my heart so much because I've heard so many of my peers asking so many hard and important questions. You know, how do I respond to this crazy world that we live in? How do I think about LGBTQ issues? How do I navigate all the pressure from the world and the culture around us? And as Christian teens especially, it can be so difficult and so confusing. Like how do we navigate these things with clarity and with biblical truth in the midst of all the pressure that we have from our culture. So I just wanted to provide a resource that would help encourage teens to know how to do that to know how to navigate this culture with clarity with biblical truth with the truth of God's word first and foremost. And just encourage them that we don't have to be among that 96%. We can be the 4% that stands strong for God's truth in that 4% can really

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House Dems Delay Voting for Increased Security for SCOTUS Justices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | Last month

House Dems Delay Voting for Increased Security for SCOTUS Justices

"So right off the bat, protesters have shown up outside the homes of Supreme Court Justices, which is a violation of the law. There are statutes on the books that protect federal judges from that kind of coercion and intimidation and threats. The very presence. How'd you like to have 200 lunatics on your lawn, screaming at you with a bullhorn? Brett Kavanaugh's got young children, Amy Coney Barrett has young children. The left wants this. And if you don't believe me, if you don't believe that the left wants violence, they want threats. They want people being intimidated, senator John cornyn. Had a bill that was unanimously passed by the U.S. Senate. That would increase and enhance security for Supreme Court Justices and their families. Seems pretty bipartisan, right? You want to know what steny Hoyer, steny Hoyer and the Democrats are doing in the house. They're holding it all up. The house Democrats have changed the bill with the express intent of delaying protection for the Supreme Court Justices, whose lives are at risk. I mean, let's not mince words here. We know how violent and crazed these radical activists can be. We saw it. We witnessed

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Radical Left Organizations Encourage the Targeting of SCOTUS Homes

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | Last month

Radical Left Organizations Encourage the Targeting of SCOTUS Homes

"Yesterday we talked about the group rise up for abortion, which is really just a front for a shadowy revolutionary Communist Party group. A Maoist organization founded in the 60s by bob, avakian. Now, interestingly enough, some on the left don't like that group because they call it a cult. Which seems very apropos. Now, another group that's actually getting probably more attention because they were the ones that actually doxxed the 5 out of the 6 conservative justices, Samuel Alito, Amy Coney Barrett, clarence Thomas, Brett Kavanaugh, Neil Gorsuch, is a group called Ruth sent us. Ruth sent us is asking activists to target Supreme Court Justices who may overturn roe V roe V wade with demonstrations at their private homes. Now, can we just state it? As a simple, clean fact here that you should not protest at private homes. You should not confront or get in their faces as Maxine water says, when people are out in public with their families, this is not appropriate. If you don't like somebody, you vote them out of office. If you don't like somebody, you can go on Twitter and say something mean and nasty to them. That's fine. And there might actually be free speech on Twitter moving forward with Elon Musk taking down. You do not, and I repeat, again, do not protest at private homes. I think it's just important to say that it's idiotic. It's stupid. If you're a conservative and you're considering protesting in front of, I don't know, justice Kagan's house because you think it's respect that she or one of her clerks were the leaker. Don't do it. Stop. It looks bad.

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Is Overturning Roe v Wade a Radical or Conservative Choice?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | Last month

Is Overturning Roe v Wade a Radical or Conservative Choice?

"This is Tina. Tina says, quote, Charlie, I read a column of one of my conservative Friends shared on Twitter. That was written by someone on the right apparently said overturning roe versus wade wasn't conservative. Okay, so this is a column by Brett Stevens, who used to be a really smart person and he's just become almost unreadable in recent years. And this Brett Stevens now writes for The New York Times. And Brett Stevens wrote this for The New York Times. Overturning roe is a radical, not conservative choice. Now he calls himself a conservative, he's just about the same type of conservative as Bill kristol. That should tell you everything you need to know. Dear chief justice Roberts, justice Barrett Gorsuch Kavanaugh and Thomas, as you'll no doubt agree roe versus wade was an ill judged decision one was handed down January 22nd, 1973. It continues by saying, roe versus wade diminished the standing on the court by turning it into an even more political branch of government. But a half century is a long time. America is a different place, with a most of its population born after Rowe was decided. After a decision to overturn roe, which the court seemed poised to do, according to the leak of a draft of a majority opinion by justice Samuel Alito, would do more to replicate gross damage than to reverse it. He says it would be a radical, not conservative choice. So Brett Stevens, who I assume is very highly educated. I would like him to tell me what is the definition of radical. It means to the root to the core. To the basis. Brett Stevens asks the question in The New York Times. What is conservative, he says? It is above all, the conviction that abrupt and profound changes to established laws and common expectations are utterly destructive to respect for their law and institutions established to uphold it. And especially when those changes are instigated from above with neither Democrat consent, nor broad consensus. Okay, that is not what a conservative is, okay? If there is an immoral or destructive law, a conservative has a moral obligation to try to repeal it and get rid of it quickly.

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The White House Ignores Harrassment of Supreme Court Justices

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:31 min | 2 months ago

The White House Ignores Harrassment of Supreme Court Justices

"Passion, a lot of fear, a lot of sadness, for many, many people across this country, about what they saw in that leaked document suck, he said. I don't have an official U.S. government position on where people protest. There's no official government position on where people protest. The government is mom is quiet on the issue of going to justice's homes and screaming, nobody screams like left the screen. This was a question asked by Fox News channels Peter doocy. Doocy was signing a Fox News report that said pro choice activists under the moniker Ruth sent us. After the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg a proponent of roe, published what are likely the home addresses of justices Amy Coney Barrett, Samuel Alito Brett Kavanaugh, clarence Thomas Neil Gorsuch, and chief justice John Roberts. During the briefing she also suggested conservatives were making too big of a fuss about the leak. I think what is happening here and what we think is happening here is there is an effort to distract from what the actual issue here, which is the fundamental rights, so an abortion. You know?

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Matt Whitaker Discusses the SCOTUS Roe v Wade Debate

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:08 min | 2 months ago

Matt Whitaker Discusses the SCOTUS Roe v Wade Debate

"We spent 50 years with a court that has now been just bombarded with an issue that they take up. Maybe in the last 50 years, I took up three to four times. That's it. Yeah, and you're so right. Supreme Court politics have always fascinated me because when a justice is nominated, you immediately go to what have they said on life. What have they written on life? All those types of questions. And it really, to your point, ignores a lot of the other qualifications that you would look for to Supreme Court Justice. I think this is one of Trump's greatest legacies that he was able because in his unique way you know him, I know him. And his unique way, he was able to vet out, you know, people that were really conservatives. And, you know, I've had my complaints about Kavanaugh and Gorsuch, especially. I think Amy Coney Barrett is probably the ideal Supreme Court Justice out of those three that Trump appointed. But, you know, I mean, obviously, I was around in the Bush administration as well. And I was promised that John Roberts was a conservative. And you know, I mean, I still kind of scratch my head on that whole deal because I knew that a guy with his kind of pedigree and experience, you know, sort of inside the beltway, you know, institutionalist. It was going to be very dangerous. And it's proving exactly that. I mean, if you look, if you believe the leaked document, when I know we're going to talk about leakers and liars, but if you believe this leaked draft opinion, you know, Roberts is not in the majority. And that should tell, you know, I mean, I look at life as a litmus test for conservatism, you know? Somebody once told me on the campaign trail when I was a young candidate for state treasure in Iowa that, you know, I know that if they're right on life, they're going to be right on the economic issues as well. Right, right. And I think that is exactly what you see in the case of the three Trump appointees on the

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Unpacking 'The Supreme Leak' and the End of Roe

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:28 min | 2 months ago

Unpacking 'The Supreme Leak' and the End of Roe

"Reported that the Supreme Court was poised to decide that roe versus wade was going to be overturned. Now this is an unprecedented development because Politico received a leak. Now we're used to leaks in Washington, D.C., leaks happen all the time in leakers are rarely ever held accountable unless the leakers of course are leaking on Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton. And so what appears to be a Supreme Court Justice clerk will get into that later in this program of who we think it is. They leaked a draft of the decision composed and written by Samuel Alito by justice Alito. Now the significance of this is, is that the decision is not done yet, is that the justices meet right after they hear oral arguments, they start to draft opinions, and the final decision, the final vote will be done based on how the opinion is written. And so based on the draft that looks like Amy Coney Barrett, clarence Thomas, justice Gorsuch, justice Alito, and justice Kavanaugh, 5 of them are going to vote against the four would be briar Sotomayor Kagan and Roberts saying that roe versus wade will be overturned. Now mind you. We'll get into the technical aspect of this. Does not mean that abortion will be outlawed as much as I'd like to see that happen. That just, it's simply means that states will be able to determine their own abortion laws. It will

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Who Is Moderate and Who Is Partisan on the Supreme Court

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 2 months ago

Who Is Moderate and Who Is Partisan on the Supreme Court

"To give you an idea the ones most likely in order to vote with the majority Kavanaugh then Roberts Coney Barrett those end up being what appear to be the moderates right They go along to get along Then you get into Gorsuch 63% of the time Breyer 61% Okay so the net net of it is this And I'll spare you the details We have in terms of overall decisions when they're broken out ideologically Kavanaugh Roberts and Barrett the very much look like moderates that are right of center Then you have for partisan justices Gorsuch Breyer Kagan and Alito Then you have two highly partisan justices so do more Sotomayor and Thomas And basically those two are equal on opposite ends of the spectrum But what you're doing is now taking a justice that is about 12% more conservative than the most liberal justice on the court replacing with somebody who is far to the left of the most liberal justice So yes you will see the Supreme Court moved to the left when KB J takes

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Jackson will join more diverse and conservative high court

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Jackson will join more diverse and conservative high court

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What Biden Can Learn From Mitch McConnell

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:27 min | 3 months ago

What Biden Can Learn From Mitch McConnell

"Micah Manuel sitting in for Brett Bret had interviewed leader McConnell on the hill and did not get back to the studio. We were in studio. That's the first time I've done a studio panel in more than two years. We've been doing boxes last time I did a studio panel, was it meet the press panel in 2020. And so we're back in the studio and it's great. It's fun. I saw Juan Williams Ben Dominic in the green room. We had a great chat with Mike Emmanuel, and we got on. And I was first I wanted to reflect on the interview, Mike tosses it to me that Brett Barrett conducted with leader McConnell, cut number two. Republicans voting yay Collins Murkowski and Romney Hugh your thoughts on where we stand heading into the Easter recess, excuse me. Well, I think they got a lot of problems left to resolve. I found the interview that Brett did with the leader very, very revealing. The leader is 9 months older than the president. He was born on February 20th, 9 months before President Biden. And leader McConnell is in complete control of that interview. Brett asked tough questions. They were obviously not rehearsed. He didn't know it was coming. He hit it out of the park every time he explained why he voted against judge Jackson and her justice confirmation hearings are different from those that assaulted Kavanaugh. And I just sat there thinking to myself, I think the president could learn from the leader that he ought to sit down with people like Brett and have conversations like that to demonstrate that he's not infirm and that he's in control because the leader wasn't control. He got his message out, even in the face of tough sustained questions.

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Whoopi Goldberg: You're Racist if You Don't Support KBJ

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:04 min | 3 months ago

Whoopi Goldberg: You're Racist if You Don't Support KBJ

"Katangi Brown Jackson? It simply because she's a black woman. Don't believe me? Check out Whoopi Goldberg on the view. Let me set up. Lest I start some new stuff. You know, this is the most ridiculous. Just saying, I don't trust a black woman to do the job. Because I know that y'all didn't have these same issues with Amy Coney Barrett. You didn't ask those questions. You didn't have those problems. And when Amy Coney Barrett answered the same way that judge had grounded when you asked her if you thought they were going to need more people on the Supreme Court. Nobody seemed to have a problem with her answer. No. But so many of you have problems with judge. You know what? I know what this is. Yeah. We all know what it is. We know what it is. We recognize it, we're used to this, but you know what? You can't take away what this woman is and who she is and what she says and how she

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'The View' Host Says Republicans Don't Trust Black Women

The Larry Elder Show

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

'The View' Host Says Republicans Don't Trust Black Women

"This is Whoopi Goldberg in her usual brilliant take wink wink. Audio clip number four profile Shan. You know, this is the most ridiculous. Just saying, I don't trust a black woman to do the job. Because I know that y'all didn't have these same issues with Amy Coney Barrett. You didn't ask those questions. You didn't have those problems. And when Amy Coney Barrett answered the same way that judge katana grounded when you asked her if you thought they were going to need more people on the Supreme Court. Nobody seemed to have a problem with her answer. No. But so many of you have problems with judge. You know what? I know what this is. Yeah. We all know what it is.

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"barrett" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:11 min | 3 months ago

"barrett" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Football deal. We're just a middle of the road, SEC team in the west. Well, Frank, I defer to you. You're an Aggie. I'm just a commentator, but it does seem like every time the aggies take a step forward, something happens, and they end up back to where they started. Yeah. And that's true, but we have to get over that hump, now I think we can get over that, hump, but we surely haven't done it yet. Until we do it, that's where we're at. Well, it's great to hear from you, Frank. Thank you very, very much. Penny is up next in Georgia. Hello penny. Hi, Paul. Hey there. I am so glad I got a hold of you finally. I've been calling it forever. Well, wonderful. I'm glad you made it in. So I did, and I'm the 68 year old widow from Athens, Georgia. Who is an Oklahoma fan? Well, that is wonderful. And I'd like to know first I'd like to know about the Georgia team. What do you think, what do you think they're going to come out doing this year? You know, they lost a lot of players this last year. Good players. Well, penny, I don't know, we've seen Alabama and LSU lose buckets of players, but this is a significant, as Matt stinchcombe said yesterday, not just not just great players, but unique players, and players that are not easy to replace. I mean, they open with Oregon, they're at South Carolina. That's a tricky game. At Missouri, at Mississippi, at Kentucky. I mean, there are a lot of what I would call tricky games, not games that they will be favored to lose, but games they can not take a day off with. You think thank you for calling. You take care of yourself. James is up next. Hey Paul, how do you think the task is going to do this year? James, I would think the tide was going to degrade. There'll be the preseason number one team in the country. So I think we'll start with that. Let's take a break. More to come. More of your phone calls at 855-242-7285. We've had Barrett soli on already. Talking about Texas a and M and many other subjects will update you on the March Madness Tennessee winning easily at halftime. 54 to 29 over a long wood, more to come right after this. You are listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. At our podcast ESPN daily, we ask questions that reveal the deeper side of sports. Did you hear from a certain former president? That's what I'm here to ask you. Did you ever have any sense that baseball was eating away at drew? So what inspired that name across sports and society?.

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"barrett" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

07:06 min | 5 months ago

"barrett" Discussed on CarCast

"In automobili. So those are the real gas signs in the two boxes and all the restored pieces, all the good stuff there. Wow. Now, some of the top cars, I've got the list of top ten, which I was kind of surprised. I wasn't surprised by the list of top ten. I was a little surprised by the order of top ten cars. There's a 67 Shelby GT four 27. Four 27 cobra. 1.2 $1 million. That was good. And then Mercedes G 63 6 by 6. It's a 2014, obviously it's not new. This is just my opinion. It's stupid. The whole thing is dumb. The G wagen already is kind of silly. The 6 by 6 is dumb. I don't know what it is. It's like, I don't know, a YouTuber buys it, and they want to say they spent $1 million 210,000 on a silly goofy truck. Clearly I'm not the right audience for it. So I know somebody bought it and loves it and that's good. But 8 on the list was the four GT carbon edition. The carbon series. Now this one surprised me. It was 1 million 375,000. But the other two cars that are on this list, number 7 and number 5 are four GT heritage cars. That's the golf livery one and then the black one with the meatball on it. Cool paint jobs, but the carbon GT series is the raw carbon one. It's got the carbon fiber wheels. It was more expensive, I believe, when it was new. Excuse me, it had more options on it. I just thought that was the more special car. So the carbon GT series sold for 1 million 375,000. The 66 heritage GT edition was 1 million 430,000 and then the 2019 Ford GT heritage was 1 million 650,000. So yeah, within a couple 100,000, about 300,000 of each other. But I thought the carbon GT car would pull more money. I think the flaw in it was it was painted black and had the raw carbon fiber stripes. And as much as cool as it looked, the whole point of the GT package is the carbon fiber body. They all have a carbon fiber body, but when you see the weave line up on those really complex curves, that's what makes the car stand out. When they design the four GT, that Ford, the for the door, it comes down kind of straight, and then it kind of curves and kicks out 90 and then it curves and kicks out 90 again, going down to where the rocker panel is. And even talking with the designers that were here years ago, when we're doing a documentary, they were like, you can only do that in carbon fiber. If you did that in steel or aluminum, those curves with thin out too much. You'd have to start with a much thicker piece of aluminum. So those curves would thin out too much. So they don't be too heavy and part of it would be too thick. So we actually wanted to use carbon fiber because we knew that would be the only way of doing it. And I was like, great, so now you made a really good argument for carbon fiber, other than just strength and lightweight. I've seen when they announced the carbon edition, they showed a picture of the car in all carbon fiber. And it looked cool. So this car being black with the carbon fiber racing stripes down the middle. I think it should have been flipped. I think the whole body should have been raw carbon fiber with the black racing stripes going down the middle, and then the whole thing just a polished, clear coat. That would have looked bad ass. Because the stripes going over the top, don't show all of the cool curves where that carbon fiber would have been. So I would have flipped it. And I think this thing would have pulled money because you'd be standing there going that's really, really good quality stuff. That's what makes it stand apart. What do you drive through Bugatti Chiron? I drove the Bugatti Chiron Chiron, the pure sport, they had one there, painted up, and then they had one there that was like two thirds painted and like a third of it had like raw carbon fiber on the side. And I looked at the window sticker and the carbon fiber, which means it wasn't painted was like a 200 or $220,000 option. And I was like, dude, come on, you remove paint. You didn't pay that and it cost that much. And they said, they said, when we do the fully painted cars, we lay up the carbon fiber. It's the same strength, same everything, except we don't have to pay attention to making that we've being perfect. When we expose the carbon fiber, now it all has to be hand done and paid attention to. We were talking about the guys at the gala event you buy a normal suit and you can see any patterns on the suit. Don't normally line up where the sleeve is attached to the shoulder. Or especially on the inside, a liner where the sleeves and the liner don't attach. But on a really expensive suit, the patterns are always matched. They specifically line them up because if you don't line them up, you don't have as much much wasted material. You don't have to cut and line them up do whatever. So getting the carbon fiber perfect on exposed carbon fiber makes all the difference in the world. It can't be wavy. It has to be perfectly lined up, and the seams need to be uniform. Yeah. So in a Bugatti, it costs an extra 200 and something $1000. So my point on the carbon GT was they're going to do that on that car. So why not expose as much of it as possible? I said carbon fiber with the black stripes reverse would have been cool, but all carbon fiber with the two red stripes down the middle. That would make that thing stand out. It would have this cool kind of charcoal gray pattern with the red stripes. It would look, it would look bad ass. So anyway, that was on the list. Number 6 was the McLaren Senna. This went for $1 million 512,500. The Senate last year, Peter klute bought it from legendary motor cars. We talked about it. He paid just under a million bucks for it. I talked to him last week at Barrett. He had already sold it made a little profit. This one jumping to 1.5 million. It did have a painter painter order color on it. It had a kind of a cool liquid silver on it that looked really good. I don't know if it's worth a half a $1 million in special paint, but maybe these are starting to move up a little bit. Cool car, but the McLaren P one, 1.7 million, 1 million, $705,000..

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"barrett" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:09 min | 5 months ago

"barrett" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"So all these home games before the road trip to Georgia at all miss Arkansas at home at state a and M in Alabama. Barrett give us the range based on what we know today of what fans should expect under and year two. Well, I think three of the four non conferences are gimmies. I don't know fucking state. It's hard for me to Penn State to me is just a head scratcher at this point. But I'd say that one's probably 50 50, maybe you lean a little bit more toward Penn State. So when you say that three of the four non conference games are toss ups and one of your cross division games is George every year and Missouri at home, okay, I can see that potentially being a win, but you're looking at a season, it might be 6 and 6 again. If I had to look at that and say, what's the record? Okay, you win a couple toss ups and you're 6 and 6, 7 and 5 at best. And I think that's an indictment of where that program is. I think when you factor in quarterback uncertainty, offensive uncertainty, the lack of functioning offensive lineman and depth and strength and conditioning that has just regressed. It's hard to find any reason to think that that team will be anything more than a 500 at best team. And if they finish 500 and that's no guarantee, you're talking about too bad years at a school that fired without even blinking an eye on national championship coach two years later. They got rid of Gus mileson. Say whatever you want about him, but he'd been to the national championship. He'd been to the SEC, he'd beaten saving three times. It's hard for me to believe that those guys who wanted Kevin Steele are going to be quiet if the season ends like you like you just alluded to. Yeah, no, they won't. There's no doubt about it. And yeah, the Gus miles on thing. It was a needed to happen, right? I think everybody had come to that conclusion. And Brian harston bringing fresh blood in at the time I said it made sense and it at the time I thought it did make sense for a lot of different reasons. But the way the program has been handled a coupled with lack of results. Yeah, if they go 6 and 6, even if they go 7 and 5 again, you have to wonder what those 5 look like because that absolutely could have an impact in the decision making process. So, you know, the budgetary stuff, I know auburn's operating at a loss this year. I mean, COVID stuff, you know, that's probably going to happen with a lot of schools Ohio State came out with their numbers today and obviously they had some shortcomings as well. But yeah, I mean, I think you have to consider making a change at that point because you can't expect Alabama and Georgia to come back to the field Texas a and M is going to sign the best recruiting class of all time, like you mentioned SEC schools litter the recruitment rankings the top 25 of the recruiting rankings that will be finalized tomorrow. So yeah, I mean, I think if that happens, if there's a 6 and 6, 7 and 5 type season again, yeah, I mean, you have to consider making a change because you can't allow the program to fall further and further behind. And that's exactly what it would be doing in that situation. Talking to Barrett Barrett's look at some other SEC schools and I realized some of them are just so predictable with a and M and Alabama and Georgia, but beyond the three that will get all the attention tomorrow. Where are you concentrating? Which school do you think is the most intriguing in terms of upward mobility and maybe one other than auburn that you're concerned about? Yeah. I mean, I'm interested to see what happens with Florida with Billy Napier because it does seem like he had to first recode his own roster, which is hard to do, obviously. And then fill in some gaps. LSU to me is very interesting too, because Paul, you saw it as well as I did in that Texas bowl Brian Kelly got on the broadcast and basically said, hey, look, we're operating at a massive scholarship deficiency. They're going to hit the portal hard, but also how are they going to close on the recruiting trail? I think that'll be interesting. And it'll give them a really good gauge as to, you know, what spots they do have to fill in the transfer portal. So LSU to me is one that I'm really interested in because really it's been two years, Paul re talked about LSU playing games late in the season with like quarter rosters and half rosters of players that are scholarship players. So because of that, seeing how they close with high schoolers will I think determine exactly where Brian Kelly needs to go in the transfer portal moving forward and lord knows there's going to be a lot of players, a lot of potential tigers in that transfer portal over the course of the next few months, especially after spring practice when depth sharks sort of start getting figured out. Barrett sleeves some great stuff on auburn and the SEC. Thank you very much, bear. We're heading to a break right now. More of your phone calls at 855-242-7285 back with more. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Hey everyone, it's Michael. We've got big news from GMA. You can now listen to Good Morning America from the comfort of your home.

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"barrett" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

02:51 min | 8 months ago

"barrett" Discussed on Broken Record

"Community. And we chose 55th in Indiana. This area was called the whole, not WHO LE, H O L E whole. It was the worst crime area in the city of Chicago. We built our church to look like a palace. And I called it the palace in the midst of malice. That's what we did in 82. And now in 2021, it is the most enviable community to live in. People are coming back to the community. The Barack Obama library is built in proximity to our community. This is one of the most enviable communities in the city of Chicago now because we stayed here. We built the Clio center here. Clio was named after my daughter who was taken from us 13 years ago by domestic violence. In our own community. And her name was spelled with a K my wife's name filled with the C and so Cleo stands for keep loving each other. That's what she would want us to do. And then my son led the community and building a residence, the Clio resident building. The first totally green building in the city of Chicago. Wow. This community is a beautiful community now. Because somebody stayed, not just free. If we stayed, and we worked, and we're still working. To make this a better community. Man, that's great. Thank you so much, pastor Barry. Thank you, sir. I appreciate it. Thank you. Thanks a passionate bear for taking us to church today and sharing God's good work. You can check out a playlist of thiel Barrett's new box set at broken record podcast dot com. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube at YouTube dot com slash broken record podcast where you can find all of our new episodes. You can follow us on Twitter at rope and record, broken record is reduced to help from Leah rose, Jason gambrel, Martin Gonzalez, Eric Sandler, and Jennifer Sanchez. With engineering help from Nick chafee, our executive producer is Mila bar. Broken record is a production of pushkin industries. If you love this show and others from pushing industries, consider subscribing to pushkin plus. Pushkin plus is a podcast subscription that offers bonus content and interrupted ad free listening for four 9 9. Look for pushkin plus on Apple podcast, subscriptions. And please remember to share rate and review us on your podcast. I think you can click on the beats, I'm Justin Mitch..

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"barrett" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:37 min | 8 months ago

"barrett" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Welcome back Frank beaver will join us in the next hour, Barrett sali coming up here. Shortly, Kevin is in Ohio, hello, Kevin. Hey, Paul, thanks for taking my call. Thank you. I wanted to ask you a little bit about Georgia here. I really enjoy watching their defense. They've been a lot of fun to watch, but and I'm not a Georgia fan. I love college football. I'm a Big Ten fan. But in looking at Georgia, do you think and this is just my opinion, but do you think the fact that the SEC is kind of down or really down this year? And there's just two really good teams that everybody else pretty average that that might hurt Georgia in the long run? It could. I know some people that are trying to look at this thing from a high altitude and they see some issues on Georgia. But you don't know when and if those are ever going to come up, you look at Georgia's schedule this year. The auburn was a lot better when I think we gave credit for because auburn was still a team in transition at the time. The Kentucky win the Arkansas win. I think they're being devalued a little bit now. I still think the Clemson win was significant as shaky as Clemson has been their defense is still elite. Or it was. I think I don't know the answer to that because in the SEC right now, there are clearly some really bad teams. There are some elite teams and there are a bunch of teams right in the middle. Thank you for the call. Appreciate it tray is up next. Hey, go ahead. How are you today, my friend? We're doing well. Thank you. Hey, just going to come. I know GM responded to me last week. I just want to he gets upset pretty easy, don't he? Well, he doesn't like people to what did he call it? What did he say about you that you were? I don't know. I don't know. He was pretty tough on you though. His calls are trash and irrelevant. Nobody cares. I bet half of America mutes their TV when they see GM from Tuscaloosa show up Paul. He needs to get some new talk about something else besides others and asking you for your permission on stuff. That's all he calls in people tired of hearing it, but anyway, Paul, I got two questions for you. What's about the husband? Has ever been a coach or a program that has won a husband at the receiver running back and quarterback position? Do you know? I don't know. Okay. And I'm sure I'm sure southern cow has my next question for you as this. George's defense is great. They remind me of Kirby smarts old Alabama defenses. But if I'm not mistaken, Paul, the kind of quarterback that gave Kirby trouble that Alabama was Desean Watson, Cam Newton, Trevor Lawrence. What do you think about Bryce young face in that defense as we start seeing Bryce run the ball a little bit more? And I hang up and listen to you. I don't have any doubt that Bryce young would have success against Georgia. The question is, Alabama's defense, and again, we still don't know what George's offense is going to look like 5 weeks from now. Hey, thank you for the call. Appreciate it very, very much. Let's check in next with Kyle. Who was in Iowa. Hey, Kyle. Hey Paul, how's it going? We're doing great..

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"barrett" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

03:31 min | 9 months ago

"barrett" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"Okay. Why isn't for any of us okay. I'm am i gonna be able to find. I think the only way you will find him as they're you know they're very where he he's been visiting I can't really answer why he hasn't ratio I think he probably go. He's probably really doesn't know about joe. I mean 'cause he was young right he was eight or nine. But i think that the reason he's not reaching out it's probably feels deserted by us because nobody in the family knew and at that time if i would've known i would've taken him in because i was old enough but i didn't know so it just happened really fast. We are looking for him. And i am putting notices on facebook. I actually found david barrett on there. And it's not my cousin. It's somebody else but my cousin. David paris name was probably changed when he was adopted. So i'm just surprised. He knows what wisdom charity were buried out. That's where i'm from say he. He knows he was adopted. Yeah some kind of saying he doesn't remember his other. You know cousins and family and stuff. Oh yeah no. I only met him once. So i don't think he would remember but i don't think he remember really any of his cousins He doesn't yeah so somebody has suggested i suggested this. Plant to with go. Put something on their gravesites so he could see. Yeah coming up to the holidays now. Yeah my aunt marguerite dessus coming up in december so and I'm in christmas. I'm thinking about getting something laminated and maybe quitting it with a stick in the ground and hopefully won't blow away and he would see it but okay yeah. I kind of thought that was him doing my aunt too so but anyway yeah just very. This is a mystery that we have been trying to solve that. I don't do any of the other members now. Know nobody else puts anything on her on her grave. No no.

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"barrett" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

04:27 min | 9 months ago

"barrett" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"There's really nothing to be afraid of other than the fact that these people just cannot handle it being a different perspective or different Alternatives to our reality or that we coexist with spirit. That we can't seem you know growing up this was pushed on me and like the more they pushed me. Stir a stir me away from the more. I went into this. That makes sense. Yes but london tell you something i am. My family got thrown out of a church. Here i'll tell you which one privately later but we got thrown. They found out when i see it. And i had minister and his his right hand. I guess have signed my son down in walmart and to tell you mother. I wanted to talk to her and you know here. I'm going up there thinking my son. I want my son get baptized. He man did he really ring me. And i'm like. Oh my god so i went home and i wrote a book in three days. I spoke about this. And i'm like nobody's going to read this. You know so. I was gonna delete it and i can hit send so my book with sense but since then i wrote more but I i try. I called my church back in pennsylvania. And i talked to the minister for two hours and he's in mary. You're just like me. I have seen and then i talked to another minister here and my book and he told me he said people. You know people free card their card reader or or they use crystals or whatever but if you're a true prophet you don't mean any kind of school whatsoever. No i flew correct. Yeah i have not used tool. I used to read the cards. And i told me down. I'm like forget it. I don't need you. And i need the cars. I can't read them today. I tell you what they say. But i read a heck of a lot faster with nothing. People look at me and they're like how do you do that the information they're giving me to give you my people care people here to me. They're like oh my god you intimidate me or all my god. I don't i don't even wanna know you know i don't want you looking at me. I have family friend that i have for years and years and years. Her daughter walked in the house. Day and i was there and he said hey this married barrett well all my god. She covered her face and went running. Fine what did people do that..

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"barrett" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:54 min | 9 months ago

"barrett" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"It was a blowout at least on the scoreboard. But it really. Wasn't you know the tennessee hunt for sure. And they found quarterback in hand and hooker. They been running the ball effectively Within and hooker. Being a part of that and i think he saw them stretch the field. you know in in ways. That really hadn't done in a while. So i get the confidence i i really do They still have a massive personnel disadvantage in that division but yeah they're they're rightfully excited. Because i think right now through four games. You've kind of seen what josh hypol- wants to do and may been moderately effective with that Has has translated to wins. I don't know scoring points against it. Does it does something. Because the typically deepened their life on the road hanging with florida team that you're the mac of talent disadvantage compared to Certainly should give them some in the future. Mississippi state second year under mike leach say they lose for the second time it could be more our could be less depending on your view of officiating but They nearly lost the opener they head to. Am and they still haven't played some the better teams in the sec west They also have kentucky on the schedule. What what what what to make out of mike leeches second season. I never liked to higher to begin. With and i don't like it now. They don't run the football and right now. I know an got beat by arkansas last week and and you know their top ranked pat defense got beat up a little bit. But that was all predicated on the fact that arizona could run the football effectively. you know i think this week There's not gonna be much of a threat for the running game. I think we all know that. So i just don't see it. You gotta be able to run the football in this league and am right now. That defend is certainly capable of stopping the pad if a team one dimensional and mike leach is one dimensional by choice. And he's stubborn. And so. I never really got that higher to begin with. I know mike leach. Is you know everyone's favorite pirate and the you know quote machine and all that other stuff and that's fine it's nice to have personalities in the league but in terms of fitting in what. Sec football is all about. I never understood it. And i think you'll see that That frustration and that stubbornness continued throughout the course of the season and mississippi state. Not gonna go to a ball game or there was one last year and it turned out to be a disaster even one so it is a great. Have you on barrett. It's been too long and we look forward to chatting again very soon. Thank got it barrett. salih The one and only joining us With a pretty substantive review. I don't know state fans have been fairly quiet And understandably so we will take a break. Mortar com.

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"barrett" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:15 min | 9 months ago

"barrett" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We welcome you back. Great to have barrett salih back on the program. It's been a while it's always good to chat chat with one of the most knowledgeable football minds out there and barrett as we say hello to you. It's good to have you back anything. Going on this college football season that we may have missed clemson regressing back to what it was in the early part of this decade. And you know arkansas. Finally realizing that it can actually play top level. Talk to you things you know it's interesting though caucus you know it's not the same old same old. A lot of casual sports fans are getting their wish. You know different blood different storylines. It is the same old same old in controversy coming out of auburn though school. You love well. I and. I'm really leaning on you here because brian carson is still new and the job and he. There are a lot of things to like about him but that game saturday was very disturbing on many fronts. I'm really curious your takeaway from that game and what it all means. Now i think for for hartson. It's a kind of a tipping point in of where the season goes because they looked uninspired. They looked like they were a disjointed football team that they really had no fire and credit I guess to hartson for putting in dj finley but poor credit finley for not only sparking the offense but i think you kind of put some fire into the entire team to to not let the The unthinkable happened. So i i it. It is odd and then to follow it up with the With the firing of a wide receivers coach games into any student. The head coach at a program very odd. And i you know person i. It's not something that we've seen from him so it makes me think that maybe there is some more pressure and that he's trying to handle it internally as quickly as efficiently as possible But that the pressure exists. And is it's very often in the most I in the most auburn way. So look he i. I think he'll be fine. I just think that it's It's going to be a learning process and he had to figure out how to sort of manage the ancillary things around that program that are More complicated than most programs. Yeah and speaking of complicate program. That's where auburn heads to on saturday. Night and yeah you can come at. You can come out of the game Lsu wanted state. Anyway you want. If you're an lsu fan you got distinguished question up in the air. You got coach. Almost you know breathing exhaling but you know. Let's let's at that program as well and not that. I need to remind you how high you were on the lsu tigers or maybe i was just high. Hey with yeah i think. Lsu look it's it's very fragile. I think that there was a lot of a lot to compare to the two thousand twelve auburn tigers because two years removed from a national championship. One year removed from a disappointing season. You're kind of on that bring teetering and yeah. I thought they win the west. I thought they'd be really really good. clearly does not look like it's the case right now and a big reason for that is the fact that they really can't run the football and you know part of that. Was john emery not being available. But still you're lsu you should be able to to run the football at a reasonably high level. No matter who's back there. And for ed orser on look. This is the first big game since that. Ucla loss you know mississippi state. I don't think anybody really You felt threatened by this particular mississippi state team and then you know central michigan mcneese state. You know whatever so this is. This is a big test because if edwards are on fails at this if they lose to auburn for the first time since nineteen ninety nine then yeah things could absolutely go south in a hurry. And that's not to say that ed's on the hot seat right this very second and maybe not even after a loss like this if it were to happen but it could definitely lead to more things down the road that conceivably could Put him on that hot seat. And maybe make lsu consider making a change. Efforts asean and bear that. That's just still seem shocking to hear it. I'm not playing games here because i covered Very closely what happened to chizik in in two thousand twelve and it just collapsed. And that's inch. Chrome mentioned the nfl game where they just got blown up and it never. He could never recover after that. And i don't know whether you know this. This game always seems to be a tipping point though. And that's why i think fans of both programs watch this game so closely every year we and we all know what happened for years ago. Oh yeah tweet. Sixteen where where. Danny outling conceivably wins the game at least in theory and at least according to the referees on the field but turns out they got the snap off a half second too late and they and auburn wins and less miles gets fired the next day when you had the the initial cost Stock then maybe. It was gus malzahn. Getting that team slipped the next day. So yeah it is. The the game is so Entrenched and it so Consistently provide so many odd storylines from coaching changes to fires hurricanes earthquakes and all that stuff heisman moments for cam. Newton it it. It's one of the more exciting and one of the most watchable games in the fact that nine o'clock eastern time in death valley is just gonna make it so much fun but there. There always is a residual effect from this game in one way shape or form and i think for in this particular one from coaching perspective. You're looking at okay. Does that get on the hot seat. And if your bryant hartson okay. Are you the guy that finally stops this street. Because that would be a feather in his cap. And then also auburn. Who's the starting quarterback because if there if they if they go down there and win whoever it is whether it's bo knicks or tj finley. They're gonna to start a person's going to be the starting quarterback moving forward talking to Barry barrett. There's so many stories in the sec. And i don't wanna go game by game but You mentioned a few already. What what what is impress you. This year and I mean other than the obvious arkansas in in particular where where are you other than. Am really concerned. So many aspects of the of the league after four weeks. am should be very very concerned. you know i think In terms of being concerned i thought missouri would be a lot more competitive i. I didn't think they would lose to boston college. I thought they'd be able to run the football more effectively. I thought the defense would be A little bit more and more in tune so little disappointed in that not that. I thought that they'd win. The east or anything. But i thought that they would at least be competitive and right now. I don't necessarily think they look competitive. I've been you know. Pretty impressed with florida in the sense that They have figured out how to make emory jones click. I think dan did a great job. Adjusting in the middle of that alabama game and basically stop trying to force emory to be a top tier passer and just focus on a few things that he does well and then they can build off that which is something that did last week which is a step in the right direction as well and they're playing defense. I didn't think florida was going to be much of a challenge to georgia at all. And that's not to say they're going to win the east And beat georgia. But i thought they were much closer to kentucky and missouri. Then they are to georgia. And i think after what we've seen throughout the course of the first four games that they're much more consistent and much more dynamic than i thought talking to barrett salih barrett. Let me ask you about a couple other schools quickly here Tennessee fans seem moderately upbeat. Even though twenty or twenty four point loss. What are your thoughts on josh. I chose i four games. I think he's improving right like that. Florida game yeah. It was in the end..

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"barrett" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

The Sunday Scaries Podcast

03:22 min | 10 months ago

"barrett" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

"Must be twenty one or older barrett. We're doing something non fashion driven okay. The fashioned segments over. I'm calling this fall indulgences. I have a list of six fall indulgences in front of me none of which are clothing actually one of them's clothing somewhat driven. I'm not going to say it's clothing. I asked you to put together. And i think we just need to play a little tennis right now and go back and forth with some of these. Okay do i would like you to start if you don't mind okay. This one's hyper niche. But i was shopping for a bottle of red wine the other night for our wine and pizza tonight and i saw numerous bottles of wine that had ducks on the label. That just put out major fall to me. And i'm just getting more and more excited..

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"barrett" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

03:28 min | 11 months ago

"barrett" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"I don't know i don't even know what to say about this anymore. Because people are just on two different sides defenses a lot of them of course true get vaccinated other. People believe that you know is old crown and i just leave. Do what you wanna do so. Yeah it's like it's like Rene said they want us. Divide it and fighting exactly exactly. Yeah exactly and now what's gonna end up happening more and more yep and hopefully that i did paul you know yeah we will and united we stand united way saying divide we fall exactly and i'm not gonna get into political about this either but i do think that i read on the I read on the radio. Noth- radio Somewhere the news that I forgot oh shoot. I don't know i'm i'll remember tonight. And they Crap that's what i wanted to say. Saw shut my mouth got. Listen well we got less than two minutes so It's been a pretty good show tonight. And oh people before this we want wanna wish teresa. They're a Good luck on on all ventures. Because that's right now. Teresa will no longer be with us. She may be back in the future but for the time being she will not be want the coast co host and dr. Mary barrett their stuff. Kidney stephanie yep yep ma'am mary. And our event eventful conversations and radio show on wednesday. Not so with that being said. Y'all come and join us next week. yes we will be here and we may have surprise for you and i can. I say what it is but You have to come and find out what are surprised. Yeah thank you for joining us and we will see you next week right.

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"barrett" Discussed on Ask Women Podcast: What Women Want

Ask Women Podcast: What Women Want

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"barrett" Discussed on Ask Women Podcast: What Women Want

"Men who battle self-doubt don't know how to flirt and who just basically walk through the world being like, hey, I'm not good enough as I am. I need to pretend like I'm some kind of alpha or some kind of bad boy. And at the time, the mistake I made was I put on different masks. And I would try them out on women on dates. I would be the bad boy. I would be alpha male. I would be I had a date once with a woman had a huge crush on and she liked outdoorsy rugged guys. So I pretended to be some outdoorsy rugged guy and started making up stories about swimming with sharks. She's like how on Earth could do ya off the line and I have a terrible Poker Face on my forehead became this slip and slide of sweat and I don't even know if she knew that, I was lying to try to impress her but she could definitely feel like something was off and it wasn't until years later. I made this really dramatic shift leaning into what I call radical authenticity, which is about really leaning into who you are getting in touch with your core best self and not showing women that guy and it wasn't until I said, you know what? I'm just going to show women that nice nerdy theater. Musical theater, loving hipster, gaiam and Thursday. They like that guy and that made me almost instantly confident and charismatic, not all women of course the women don't like that type but women who like that authentic self who you show them going to love you. Yes. So that's essentially what I teach I say. Don't try to be all things to all people know who you are and like really lead into it. You mentioned the ice cream example, for me, it's like don't be a watered-down wine. Spritzer be a shot of the eighteen-year-old, good stuff, the scotch give her a glass of that, that distilled you and then if she likes that she's going to catch a bus.

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"barrett" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"barrett" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Here's Jimmy Barrett. Hey, welcome the monsoon season here in Houston. Man. How much can a rain How much How much get arraigned. Affords rained. There's no such thing here is rained out, is there there's no such thing is rained out. I mean, you could rein in the van out, but there's no such thing is, you know there's no more rain that can come from the sky. With the Gulf of Mexico. Being worried is it's just, you know. It's an endless, It's an analyst funnel of moisture. Let me take a look here at the radar because we're currently at the at the Barrett home state. We're currently have having a brief respite. And I want to see How much longer it's gonna last. All right, there's more rain. Just to the South. Yeah, a little more rain there. Little more rain. Five oclock some more rain. 5 30 more rain. Little more scattered. It's six Okay. You little drives both seven. Then maybe that'll be it for a while. I hope so. I had for gotten How important sunshine is to me. Because I don't know about you. I used to No being from a northern climate to begin with. I used to suffer from something called seasonal affective disorder. You've heard of that right? Sad. Sanders when you don't get enough sunshine. You don't get enough vitamin D. And I used to have to go and please, no lectures on tanning beds. Not being good for you. I get that I'm not good for your skin. Maybe, but these were good for my psyche That kept me sane. Because in the winter months in Michigan when I were a group is a child. You know the skies were cloudy day after day after day after day, And if you're listening that originally from Illinois, Ohio. Any of those states up there. You get that. This constant gray skies. And It would just it would get to you after a while, because you could routinely go for five days in a row without seeing any sunshine. Then the sun would be offered a Then you get four or five more days. I sunshine. Of Sun come back for day and he would just kind of repeat the cycle over and over and over and over again. You got to the point where you just about ready to kill somebody? I love.

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"barrett" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"barrett" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"She takes your calls. It helps you on your light jury now hosting Aiming welcome to dr mary barrett. We've got keith. We got trason. We've got married. i everybody doughty everyone. How's everybody doing tonight excellent. i'm good yes this great time. Yeah so what's everybody up to lately. work work ethics..

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"barrett" Discussed on Politics Makes Me Sick

Politics Makes Me Sick

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"barrett" Discussed on Politics Makes Me Sick

"Welcome to politics makes me sick a politics podcast for people who hate politics. I'm michael barone oscar professor of political science at northern kentucky university. So if you're wondering what this podcast is all about. You should definitely check out my introductory episode where get into all of that stuff in detail but if you want the short version here it is politics makes me. Sick is no nonsense. Summary of what really mattered in american politics over the last week designed for busy people who know that this stuff is important. But don't have hours to spend with traditional media and are sick of all the partisan theatrics from both sides. So there you go and let's just get right into it. Let's start by taking a look at the supreme court. Confirmation of judge. Amy coney barrett hearings were this week and they will followed by a senate judiciary committee vote. Almost certainly less weird things happen like alien attack in favor of her nomination and then the full senate will debate and vote now. What we know is that it's almost certain that judge bear will become justice barrett before election day because senate republicans have that fifty three to forty seven majority so even though several republicans have said they don't believe any nominee should be confirmed before the election. The votes are there and the hearings went pretty much as everyone expected. Republicans talked all about barrett's qualifications. And she really is well qualified as well as a lot about her motherhood which you know certainly a great thing impressive to have seven kids but it doesn't necessarily have a whole lot of bearing on the job that she's up for right now. Democrats focused on three main things. My accounting reproductive rights healthcare and election cases. So let's start by taking look at reproductive rights. we're does judge barrett stand on roe versus wade. Well she said she doesn't see it is what's called a super precedent which means something can't be questioned in any way. But does that mean that she would overturn it while she wouldn't commit to saying that either way that's not surprising because when Nominees are being considered for these positions. They almost never say what they're going to do. On future cases and anymore they barely say what they're what what they think about past cases that they've been rightly decided or.

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"barrett" Discussed on ARTICULATE with Steve McJones

ARTICULATE with Steve McJones

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"barrett" Discussed on ARTICULATE with Steve McJones

"Another episode with Stephen Barrett? Listen to the other ones. Him and I got off the real. Sometimes we get a little while, and this one is no different. It gets this one I. Think is actually one of the most wild ones that we've had. But you know it's it's also very I think it's pretty philosophical and informational gets a little political and I know Stephen I don't think he would mind.

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"barrett" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"barrett" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Barrett and he is canelo the company's I'll call Barrett low development have been saying for all of the seven years that they're very very close to getting financing investors to be able to get going to make go of it they changed the focus of the project one or two times what they always said that they were close and then they said we need to get a loan guarantee from the federal government that's struck me as a little lot it wouldn't seem to be the to do something like this you need to have the federal government to a loan guarantee idea given the fact we've got high rises all over Milwaukee the didn't have federal loan guarantees I don't think kill board tower had I might be wrong I don't think it at a federal loan guarantee your buildings up here but I buildings right left the don't have federal loan guarantees they went up because they were good projects that look like the profitable so investors and lenders would come in and kick in their body I don't know why this thing needs to have approval from hud something that was supposedly established back in the sixties for low income housing why they'd have to come in to guarantee the load on this but they get that in order to get even more corporate welfare Barrett said he needed to have a gift just to get we use the tip district that defied the odds extending but probably light over now why was that important to DO in order for the city of Milwaukee county to get the six point seven million dollars to Kerr down the parking garage they had a use that property for transportation now this gets a little complicated remember Milwaukee got six point seven million from the feds on this our parking garage that we tore it out in order not to have to forfeit that money back if you do anything else of the property it's gotta be transportation related so now bear it's got it's probably going his I. a tomboy not rack Tom Barrett said what we just have a big turnaround of plaza for the trolley at the base of the core tour that way we can make this steak eligible for the federal transportation money we want to get back to six point seven million and the feds accepted that okay fine we're going to have like a big transit center where the probably going to turn around etcetera etcetera and that's why those tracks are located right now that run over to where the core tour would be there's an extension of the tracks that runs eastward with the probably currently doesn't read the tracks are there to go over to the core tour unfortunately there's no core core so therefore there's no transit center in it but this is how and remember the six point seven million because I'm a go to the break your that becomes the key to how we're get screwed here why we didn't have to pay back the six point seven million dollars to the feds because this is a new transportation purpose that was used for the problem is is that during all of this time okay were grow close to get new investors real close to getting low and we're real close to breaking god real close to get my loan guarantee nothing ever happens nothing ever happens in one deadline is based in that we get an extension and then we got another extension the current hud loan Geren how decides to guarantee the lawn but in order to approve it they got to get the financing a paper work together they got two more extensions on that the ultimate deadline then came and went last Friday without any deal from Barrett and lower to get this started here we are seven years seven years.

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