18 Burst results for "Cair"

Miriam Suzanne on Web Designing with Sass and CSS

ShopTalk

08:41 min | 1 year ago

Miriam Suzanne on Web Designing with Sass and CSS

"What's your like cair ometer about sas lately it's it seems seems like it's fairly high so you just wrote an article on for for for for our sites tricks that was about some kind of new sas features you stay pretty involved right yeah i've been getting more involved actually with this new release and what's coming next and i think part of that is trying to figure out i mean it seems like sas is no longer the cool kid in some ways like it's not what everybody's talking about but it's still assumed in a lot of cases a lot of people still use it is sort of an assumed part of a stack yes thank you get it for free now right like like it's kind of in everything it's ending yards in view it's in right and then there's been a lot of people sort of i don't know bad talking at or like well we don't need it now that we've got i dunno CSS modules or some plug in that does half of the features whatever this person considers most important but i feel like there's some pieces being left out of that conversation to me in particular for design systems sas as the only language we have around that can store like design tokens and know what they mean a lot of people are storing tokens in like the animal or jason or something like that and everything is a string and to me that doesn't make sense colors should be colors strings should be strings and numbers should have units on them and those unit should be meaningful the language should know how to manipulate them and i look around and sas is sort of the only language that can do all of that i think could be solving a problem for people that they don't know it could be solving for them that's a good point so it's like the design token ideas you have james under yemo like a central repository for colors or fonts or would it however far you on extend that and then you need something to consume that CSS cannot consume yemo but sas like shirley what an import let's try this figure it out so and then it'll generate variables off of that and it really success can import gammel kinda well not directly but you could there's various systems to go either direction so we actually have one that exports sas to jason so we start in the ass and then we export that to jason so though we have that data than somewhere else but once it hits the jason it's just strings again because that's all jason can do but in our we have actual numbers with actual units and we can do unit math yeah so it's easier and sas and he makes us the source of truth exactly it is the point is that so i mean i feel like design tokens is a great i feel like what a great term it's really like getting in people's heads he might have been doing it already you know you might be like oh yeah we have those which is i don't know wherever you build your you is you have like dave said a bunch of a bunch of colors tasings a bunch of whatever it is but you only is it fair that you'd only call them at design token if if there's multiple targets the you know like i need to then because you're trying to rein in your IOS app with your web app so you make a tokens file that serves both of them or is it kinda like it doesn't matter oh i use tokens even if there's just one app being generated from it i mean i think it's sort of refers globally to all of the all of the design figuration the pieces that we're going to need to build the design system even if that designed system is only building one app from there i think though the multiple will the multiple destinations thing is part of why people go with yom alert jason it feels more universal not not web focused and that is true sas very it's a CSS super set it's very much web focused so you are you run odd bird yeah that's your job that's what i do see build you build you build stuff yeah we do we do client work and a lot of open source work but it's a real mix of like design systems and architecture training and workshops of helping teams do architectural front end get your front end organized get a design system in place get a component library were systems thinkers generally so we like doing that work and then also full builds of customer apps you know start from scratch built out a product you see like a kind of a big need four kind of just somebody making a plan for their CSS and confront ends is that kind of a big common problem yeah i think often it's people that the first time around they had to go for speed and you end up with something that had some features quickly but doesn't really scale doesn't lee is an easy to build on and that's where we'll come in and help re architect it so you can actually keep moving forward and not have to rebuild every two years do you use any all i'm going to go for it d- use anything like bootstrap foundation like prescribe kind of remarks or do i imagine the answers but just ask it anyway and then do you like using tools like pattern lab or frac dollars something like that to kinda storybook to organize it or or is it just purely like yeah what's interesting about agency work is that we end up using a lot of these things even if we wouldn't necessarily recommend them because we'll come in and will often have to work with the stack that's in place and we don't get to replace it entirely were just saying how are we going to clean this up and make it well architect it so that means we run into bootstrap quite a bit although i don't think we've ever put it into a project because it's not necessarily the way we work but tools like bootstraps storybook various things like that will will use if they're there if they're what the company wants isn't bootstrap kind of an early eh you wouldn't use it would like a bootstrap fan person is used it a lot and maybe customizes law say like if you're a fan of design tokens you know it's a little weird that you're not a fan of bootstrap which feels like they're pretty all in on the here's a big ass file about a hundred and thirty of them uh-huh yeah well i'm i'm also a big fan of building just what you need strap tends to give you the kitchen sink whether you need it or not and it comes with a lot of opinions that aren't necessarily right for your app and then you spend a lot of time overriding opinions and that's where things get messy so we try to help people figure out as much as possible how can we just pull in what we need from bootstrap and whenever overriding can we can we not have these layers of overrides isn't the argument always like oh you comment that out and all of a sudden you don't have tabs or whatever i mean is that your experience to me it's always seems a smidge naive i don't know yeah your experience aren't i don't know if i understand the question exactly but i think there is something there of it it really depends how you pull it in bootstrap has sort of all these different ways of using it and we tend to push people towards the sas approach because then you can just import the pieces you want and be a little more organized about it bulow more controlled about what it's doing in your code i mean i think the real problems are where you get to like okay well bootstrap has a high specificity rule that creates this tab and now i want the tab to be slightly different so i'm gonna hit bang important on everything and that's the only way to override

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"cair" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"cair" Discussed on KNSS

"Now, I have to say, ladies and gentlemen, given organizations like CAIR and the relationship with HAMAs, which is certifiable. It's official. Given organizations like CAIR, and their many given organizations like the Muslim Brotherhood and the progeny that it has burp into our society. Given nine eleven given all this. We are a tremendously tolerant and beneficent society. We the people. We the people. As a culture. We don't believe people are born with original sin. Religion side. We believe they have to show that they can't be trusted. That's not true in most societies by the way. If in fact, Christians and Jews and atheists and Hindus Buddhists and so forth. What I have the same mindset is Iliana mar Talib or a AC. You would now be saying the most racist bigoted anti-islamic things. Against her. And her friend. But you don't. You don't. The democrat party gave its seal of approval to her. They wouldn't even call her out by name. And now they make excuses. Nancy Pelosi makes excuses which shows they have complete ownership of this. She doesn't understand her where it's Pelosi says so in other word the first of two Muslim women. Congress is too stupid to understand her words, which he uses over and over and over again in different occasions, saying effectively the same thing. She doesn't understand a word. You have disgusting clowns. Like, Jamie Raskin, radical kooks. I believe he's from Maryland. Says hey, we didn't name Donald Trump in our resolution either. That's when you know, you're dealing with a true schmuck? Rush sheet at Talib. Of Dearborn Michigan. Well, she said we always said Muslims are coming. I guess I think we're here. Christians and Jews speak said atheist speaks boot Buddhists and Hindus. Meanwhile, Zuhdi Jasser, who's a favorite of mine. He's been on my program. He's been on other programs is a Muslim every much. These two women are Muslims. But he's an American who loves his country who served his country in the navy. And his family escaped tyranny in Syria. He's embraced this country. He's assimilated into this country. Is we all are from different backgrounds different histories, different ancestries. He gets no attention in the Republican party gets no attention in the media. He's.

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"cair" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"cair" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Now, I have to say, ladies and gentlemen, given organizations like CAIR and their relationship with HAMAs, which is certifiable. It's official. Given organizations like CAIR there many given organizations like the Muslim Brotherhood and the progeny that it has burp into our society. Given nine eleven given all this. We are a tremendously tolerant and beneficent society. We the people. We the people. As a culture. We don't believe people are born with original sin. Religion aside. We believe they have to show that they can't be trusted. That's not true in most societies by the way. If in fact, Christians and Jews and atheists and Hindus Buddhists and so forth. Where to have the same mindset is only on Omar. Or Talib or a AC? You would now. He saying the most racist bigoted anti Islamic things. Against her. And her friend telly. But you don't. You don't..

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"cair" Discussed on The MILO Show

The MILO Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"cair" Discussed on The MILO Show

"Well first of all were uh or constitution is pretty much based off with the us constitution uh at least on points are so you have constitutional free speech rights um so if i say something that other people find defensive uh as long as i'm not uh safe inciting hatred or uh doing something like cair threats or or things like that any political speech in this country is fine they must be released he'll giving in scandinavia surrounded by countries where you can read and learn about and sincerely attempt to understand the kharon post your opinion about it on social media and then get hold it to the police station at the age of ninety one as a guy in sweden just did yeah uh i also saw vein from the uk where a guy was he pulls to the thing about some lgbt you uh picture he didn't like the whole thing and there's he shows a picture of the police outside his window and it's really crazy like he it they're they're here for the tweets they're here for the tweets tweet i i don't i really don't my do i mean people find it offensive then so be it i i mean that's fine but you have no right to stop other people from talking just because you think it's offensive i find lots of things offensively i find islam to be incredibly offensive dravo that doesn't mean i housing in relation to stall.

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"cair" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cair" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Preface how would you describe a deep learning model yes so kind of the highest level and i'm assuming that you know folks be familiar with things like like linear regression i think of deep learning in a large way of essentially a abstraction over thing models like when he regression in saying you know what happens we can take one regression model and stringing together with a you know a log linear model instrument together with exmodel or why model and kind of what you get out of the other end of that sort of logical progression is something that looks a lot like a deep learning model where you have these individual what we call layers which are essentially just functions that you can that you can train the and learn much like you learn a linear aggressor over data all strung together so you stack these layers up in a deep learning framework like cair is sore mx nat tensor flow or pie torch and that defines what we call a complete graf and that compute graf is something that's actually differential which means you can take a derivative of it at and why that's important is because that's fundamentally how we train these systems if you gotta remember your basic calculus if you take a derivative of a function it spits out especially a multi variable function it's bits out essentially a vector which points in the slope of greatest descent of that function so which way the going downhill the fastest at the point where you took the derivative and fundamentally were doings were string together all of these these genes simple functions simple layers and then throwing a lot of data added and saying hey how will i set the parameters essentially let's look at that a linear aggressors y equals amax plus be how do i said that m that slope such that with this data it fits the data the best but instead of doing it for a single anywhere aggressor we do it across all of these layers strong.

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"cair" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"cair" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"No more personal loans you you are you giving them out our our our egg getting loan from others oh no no no i uh you know i get here on every day like cair killer bowed chan there were twenty so people are asking you it's the the bank of allah the deer guarded this look like quick alone you know where are these people who are hit a you up for these loads of who they tend to be family friends coworkers who's doing this this like uh people i know on this great others early surely their budgetary no was going to hit you up in less they know you i mean all right i mean uh i can't imagine as we did i hold calls in terms of of getting money uh due to be lent him of the very very productive i mean these are people you know right war no more personal loan should people baron and here we get a were seriously i mean are these people you know yeah okay oh you and other street to me that that met just the total traders walking up and say hey how about ten bucks to which my response would be hey about not keep walking oh any change shows well uh go ask obama yeah well no longer know beal who asked for change rarely are asking for a loan those are people who are asking for a gift a donation of just just keep that.

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"cair" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cair" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Going to be science it's like cair was having a pro i'm having the same problem with the other two here prenatal vitamins associate with a higher risk of having child diagnosed with autism on my gosh are so don't want this to me so no imagine here comes in the next wave of you know anti science people coming along with but you know i mean but if it is happening it's happening in that's gee wiz i really hope it's not the case i mean i think i'm gonna go with this one is a fiction because of my own desires not not that i want to see the african american community all halves you know these problems with their with increased obesity and diabetes um but that's what would be the case if i choose the prenatal vitamin so but i think that's where i'm going up to go a corral say the the vitamins are going to be the fiction and bob and unlike any of these that the not letting the lead on no three come on three times faster six crafts and had a hill under i made a deal circumstance a huge that's that's fragging huge eta got a resort to the like i would have seated type of shit i went through a lot of these ideas didn't see any of these especially that one but approach across the other ones as well depleted of items yeah that would that would just be horrible and it just doesn't sound right to me but also got a problem with the first one because i mean you you have to conclude that if africa americans have a double rate of of diabetes entirely due to increased obesity that would mean that they would also have double rate of obesity and i think i don't think that's true i don't know but i don't that doesn't sound right to me minutes more of a you know it's a wherever he looked meal low income sedentary lifestyle type thing in in nobody's got a stake hold on that everybody does that you know so that's why i don't like that one play just call my cut part i'll say the the obesity ones fiction okay so that means you all agree on number three civil start there scientists have developed a technique.

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"cair" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"cair" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Lead this is impression with pro recreational popping legal in california as the right now that you can buy it all over the place hate so um you know those elected party on it likes to those who liked to partake can only by legal marijuana at forty four locations across the state in cities like cair los angeles and other areas all of these areas are suffering from the same problem such as setting up a taxes which are pretty i'll on this tough in dealing with union in fighting yeah after your new voters passed the california control regulate and tax audit use of marijuana initiative prop sixty four recreational marijuana dispensaries were required to have local authorisation you know this especially here in town with his got a lot of notoriety before applying to the state for the formation to conduct public sales yelp already has the best recreational marijuana dispensaries in los angeles california ratings for at least eight of the top locations including a two hundred fifty six reviews for the prestigious five stars awarded to the nerve vajna clinic in east hollywood look at all this research i've done for you ranked so you know where to run an la but there is a slight problem with yelps credibility the city of los angeles has not even apply for any recreational marijuana licences lupus the problem sober state of california bureau of cannibus control which from this point on i'm going to call the bcc so i don't have to keep saying that over and over again it began issuing the licence his on december the first i think it was but as of december twenty life it had only issued four adult recreational marijuana use licences and '69 cannibus licenses for medical retailers despite at least two thousand one hundred and seventy four supposedly licensed medical dispensaries in california with.

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"cair" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"cair" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Is that the new jubilo or yeah you really don't just the fuck i will you should you won't do your job right yeah you know again inconsistencies there the other thing that i don't like about this is that it is called bright which is referring to a character that can control the wanna magic wand are magic itself a wizard await other ugo yeah and the in the care to that is the bright here's an elf which is a non character yeah is just that this is the deck that the the movies made up this character in it's just a plot device lull and that's a her name it's a bright is anyone who can control no i does what i said yeah i got it but it's it had admitted plant yet unita track you thought her name was bright i got a review or your care how about the cair do they totally further old man marked a gun rod daddy what i'm saying is that they make such a big deal what this character is right and it's really not anything you really just applaud the bite that they run with it it's one of those titles where they came up with it at the very end yeah but you know even if there was even which is called like will willie in the oil oh god with but he go away i think the movie would be taken bulbul about a lot more people better if it was called the but nobody was given it was called a different name i would be like this is something this big you just have this here because you need something to guard and chase after in hand and run around had an excuse for danger to pop up.

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"cair" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"cair" Discussed on Double Toasted

"I am a kind of see why these other cops hate you is that the new jubilo or yeah you really don't just the fucking yeah you don't do your job right here yeah you know again inconsistencies there the other thing that i don't like about this is that it is called bright which is referring to a character that could control the wanna magic wand are magic itself a wizard await other you go in the in the character that is the bright here's an elf which is a non character yeah is just that this is the fact that the the the movies made of this character and it's just a plot device lull and that's a her name it's a bright is anyone who can control no i does what i said yeah i got it but it's it had admitted plant yet have you thought her name was bright i'm sitting on her up not a review or your care how about the cair do they constantly further a man log annoyed daddy what i'm saying is that they make such a big deal about this character is right and it's really not anything you really should the buys that they run with it it's one of those titles where they came up with it at the very end yeah but you know even if there was even which is called like will william orrick oh god he well it i i think the movie would be taken bottle about a lot more people better if it was called that but not even it was called a different name i would be like this is something this big you just have this here because you need something to guard in chase after and had and run around had an excuse for danger to pop up again i thought that this up that they could have done more is ali not to why i really think that this movie is not that great why did really is missed opportunity the other thing is that you had these elves here on him nobody's els is that day.

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"cair" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"cair" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The breakthrough moment the other here in britain was you winning the eurovision song contest in 1974 and here in the exhibition the hotel room in which he says it's been recreated did that take you back to that moment i took me back i too remember waking up four five in the morning after having one when he actually dawned on me what we had done which was becoming famous overnight deaths that rarely happens to people but it really happened to us being variously describing occurs as the kings and queens of pulp and i'm not quite loaded term did you is bound of feel battle was that the term or level that you welcomed the i wouldn't say so not in those days because we were regarded as very shallow plastique and artificial the music papers like cair music we can all those they discarded desk com legally as they'll be gone in and i hope they'll be norm in two months it was really bad you are best day and the inam came down to the sunlight tongue in that have been phd papers and documentaries and reports galore trying to figure out what the secret walls can you tell us tony meaning i wish i because it was a serious business wasn't it writing songs of the very serious business and and it took hours days months months and steer them now seems to be the only road strike twilight zone clear during that eighty appear.

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"cair" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"cair" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The breakthrough moment the other here in britain was you winning the eurovision song contest in 1974 and here in the exhibition the hotel room in which he says it's been recreated did that take you back to that moment i took me back i too remember waking up four five in the morning after having one when he actually dawned on me what we had done which was becoming famous overnight deaths that rarely happens to people but it really happened to us being variously describing occurs as the kings and queens of pulp and i'm not quite loaded term did you is bound of feel battle was that the term or level that you welcomed the i wouldn't say so not in those days because we were regarded as very shallow plastique and artificial the music papers like cair music we can all those they discarded desk com legally as they'll be gone in and i hope they'll be norm in two months it was really bad you are best day and the inam came down to the sunlight tongue in that have been phd papers and documentaries and reports galore trying to figure out what the secret walls can you tell us tony meaning i wish i because it was a serious business wasn't it writing songs of the very serious business and and it took hours days months months and steer them now seems to be the only road strike twilight zone clear during that eighty appear.

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"cair" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"cair" Discussed on Double Toasted

"You know there's just a tiny bit of medical mystical negron it's a tiny bit oh she's always got good answers you know but it but i'm not in is bad you know this is sixty two we'll know that's why i liked i didn't really feel like the little bit of a medical mystical negro part i just got a felt like she it was the sixty is already seeing who had on her that's arbitrary obviously you need to get one man all right there they have warned call me guys like series episode in black like the the reason why i i feel like she she did well in here's because it was the sixty than we know black here for black people in the '60s had fiend to be ignorant and not know everything i was like all right on a dig how they they went with his row with her at no and i get that's why i say i join us one not complaining too much i'm just thinking there there wasn't much to it other than that but then again is the movie would like cair do so i wasn't like it wasn't like she was flat in the knows just it wasn't a pagara van situation oil no no no no no no again i'll give us some i'll give it some some credit there's me motion there in to see her have this protective and maybe using now she may not you know not that see her had this this protective bonn with sally hawkins character in this you know having been friends with her for so long it worked what i'll tell you what did not like in the movie at all.

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"cair" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"cair" Discussed on WTVN

"And in many cases they brought their children here are they had their children here in order to ensure that they would receive citizenship people have come here voluntarily we didn't invite them here they're here illegally and they brought their children and in many cases they brought their children here or they had their children here in order to ensure that they would receive citizenship are some legal status and in many respects that still what's going on because they know that american policymakers do not want to separate parents and children so who's your responsible here it's the illegal alien parent or parents who bring their children here now we're not saying separate family members were saying they should go home and as candidate trump argued they should get online with everybody else in what would be a fair system the other thing that's a little confusing here is i thought were supposed to hit our culture the american culture i thought that the people coming into this country legal or illegal were to superimpose their cultures onto art culture i thought our culture wasn't a superior culture i mean to professors who said it was we don't have an obligation to assimilate into their cultures we don't have an obligation to recognize five hundred different cultures as equal to ours what kind of crap is that we all have different backgrounds vast majority of americans your ancestors weren't born here so what they're here and we're proud to be americans the gentlemen are operated on my back he's persian he and his family left iran when the islamic nazi regime revolution took place gest in the neck a time they left and i said to him so you're persian american our rain american he said no i'm an american period and i thought right on any wears an american flag on his lapel and that's the way it's supposed to be but instead you know we tear down statues that we know why from our past and we call anybody who doesn't agree with us or them on this issue name is racists and all the rest of it we worry innovations at are created to balkanised our society based on religion like cair based on race like black lives matters and so forth and so on they're not interested in assimilation the constantly trashing the.

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"cair" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"cair" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"In many cases they brought their children here are they had their children here in order to ensure that they would receive citizenship or some legal status and in many respects that still what's going on because they know that american policymakers do not want to separate parents and children to lose your responsible here it's the illegal alien parent or parents who bring their children here now we're not saying separate family members were saying they should go home and as candidate trump argued they should get online with everybody else in what would be a fair system the other thing that said little confusing here is that we're supposed to hit our culture the american culture i thought that the people coming into this country legal or illegal were to superimpose their cultures onto art culture i thought our culture wasn't a superior culture i mean i mean to professors who said it was are now persona non grata after universities they got all kinds of protests petitions and all the rest but apparently our culture is a superior culture which is why people want to come here and then if people want to come here because of our culture because of our society while they have an obligation to assimilate we don't have an obligation to assimilate into their cultures we don't have an obligation to recognize five hundred different cultures as equal to ours but kind of crap is that we all have different backgrounds best majority of americans your ancestors weren't born here so what they're here and we're proud to be americans the gentlemen are operated on my back he's persian he and his family left iran when the a slam on nazi regime revolution took place gest in the neck had time they left and i said to him so you're a persian american our rain american he said no i'm an american period and i thought right on any wears an american flag on his lapel and that's the way it's supposed to be but staggie now we tear down statues that we know why from our past and we call anybody who doesn't agree with us or them on this issue name as racists and all the rest of it we've organizations at are created to balkanize are says seidi based on religion like cair based on race like black lives matters and so forth and so on they're not interested in assimilation that constantly trashing.

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"cair" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"cair" Discussed on WCHS

"The presence in our shores of the council on american islamic relations cair joe there's uh this law must named linda so sore who regularly calls for g hard against our president indeed i think she has a role in california for awhile does it aim ring a bell she's a mouthpiece for care and she's a convicted terrorist and she lease the woman's march in washington she called for the jihad against the president of the united states and tell the all her followers i care events not to assimilate and the united states and to assimilate would be to support the universal principles american eight years to by becoming an integral part of the republic as immigrants have done for over a hundred year sharia does not support it universal principles america eight years to support women's equality supports freedom of religion endorses american patriots supports the us constitution it's founder omar i'm not state it can must one day dominate us he also said that the ran the muslim book of scriptures should be the highest authority in america and israel i mentioned he only accepted religion on earth each people intend to really degrade christianity in this country not questioning some as well it's worthy of note that if you look in the mideast the most dangerous kind of person to be in the mideast is not a ju it's a christian christians in iraq syria iran all those places are severely persecuted and i mean killed tortured torn apart are those pop christian populations those countries in the last twenty years is like 10 percent of what it was then and i would presume there is a doing that in their home countries that's what they want to do here's does that make sense yeah i they're do in europe they're killing christians in europe you can see the attacks that are occurring in the united states this country has had quite a few radical islamic terrorist attacks on its own in this country but the press and the obama administration covered over a big ones are difficult to cover all the.

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"cair" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"cair" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Off your radio your smartphone power you're listening computer cair do not we got we got liberal callers at ally this is great i love when they call and we got joe from red bank we got david we got some conservatives will take them to i don't want to drive you absolutely crazy but liberal mad is this could be a lot of fun but before we get that i just want reset where we were i asked the question of beginning of the show i asked you questions actually name me because i'm upset about the gop which is really expanding to new levels of sucking it every day the disappointment is so profound they disappointed at tea party years libertarians you david everyone outside the establishmentarian class that makes money off the dc bubble suckling off them up everyone else is upset right so i asked what major policy victory in in the tax arena the economy health care or education give me a major lasting policy victory we've had in fifty years i i really i can't name one i care because we're losing because the gop your sellouts and i asked another question because we're now arguing on far left terms that the government is somehow a positive force in healthcare how how is that you mean like bankruptcy is that your measure how quickly we could bankrupt people yeah the government does a great job they're guy said give me a government run health care program that's a success and i'll add up a apart beat it that what's your measure of success because anybody can call as i forget his name wielded before and say well medicare spending success okay how by what measure bites bankruptcy but the fact that there's no money.

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"cair" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"cair" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"That i've this look you email us at out of by care which were those who goal by the way cair hamedan to the muslim brotherhood there's other group here and this group is about us fringe leftwingers you could get refuse fascism dot org to counterprotest abby muslim rallies saturday jews the tip again there are some people out there who are just that brain dead vacuum headed stupid to not vote he'd better i can assure you the people at both care and that refused fascism dot org art that stupidly are just that big pack of liars it's unfortunate but that's the way it is so i wanted to give you a chance to address all of these uh these various groups that are besmirching what you were talking about now the for those who one other point i would make your before we get a to an examination of just what we're talking about regarding sharia law because many people even now after all of the the uh the things that have happened over the past quartercentury of still don't know but you're at act for america have the disavowed what is called a rogue volunteer organizer in arkansas what exactly is taken place there exactly one we've put our the email that we wanted to do it and mark again career rally nationwide are might have people imelda back on social media and they said i want my could lead one in your community and we've had great part of working with them they can we have only good people organizing all these rallies basinwide we didn't have time to back pain went have we found out that back individual linked o'neill now group or him or not the we immediately carefully event and him oh man dan anything and everything i act for me look i'm in a woman of color i'm in arab woman of color the founder of organisation demand leading the rallies nationwide gay american who came out after the pulse nightclub bombing our members argue hindered border i gave lesbian people were put their differences a five and together in defence of the country our thinking and there with israel and the jewish people so we have vowed association with this gentleman and amid careful unfortunately.

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