18 Burst results for "Christian Morale"

"christian morale" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:18 min | 2 months ago

"christian morale" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Thank you. For listening to my program. I'm thorough next. Ah! I've received this from three separate people. Ah, General Flynn. I don't There's a real tweet or not. It's set up a cz What's called a tweet on Twitter. This is General Flynn, he says, Our media will spend a disaster scenario. Over the coming days. They want a Christian morale and make you believe your rightful vote doesn't count. While we have wild enthusiasm on the side of light, we hear crickets from the dark side. Your vote matters. A vote and references first. Timothy 6 12 now. Again. I've got this from three people. I don't know if that's a real tweet, but I heard this on Russia's show today. Somebody called in, and they said they heard on Russia. He had everybody yet, either. But this person referenced Bill O'Reilly, Hannity somebody else. Something is supposed to happen this weekend, and it sounds terribly mysterious. But there's supposed to be some kind of an October surprise, Devastating event that makes Donald Trump look like hell, horrible. I mean, whatever they tried so far. Is there anything else I can do? Yeah, I don't know what's going to happen. What's not gonna happen? But before warned that you can, That's you cannot stray. Can't stray from the path we're going toward the light and the light is to elect Donald Trump come Tuesday. Joe Biden Sounds like a fool when he's out there, saying that Donald Trump hasn't done anything, Tio knock off the virus he's going to take care of and cure everybody. Joe Biden is gonna lock down America You're going. You're gonna be mandated on a federal level to wear a mask to have to wear a mask and you're going to be mandated on federal level, not come on your house, and they tell you can't I didn't say that. That guy was running for president alone stands a chance of getting elected. So be be careful about this again. I don't know what's coming with that is supposed to be this weekend. Don't know if it's just a rumor, whatever. But the rust commented on it today. By the way, Russia had to get off the air today. I was saddened by that that was not planned out. I could just tell Rusted the first hour of the show. And then he said, We're gonna go back and catch President Trump and he ran the President Trump two hours hit the ball out. I think he's ah He's getting sicker than sick, I think, but it's a shame, say prayer for rush and make sure you say a prayer for Donald Trump and you vote for him. Come Tuesday. You're on the edge is alternative bump music Friday..

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"christian morale" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

03:33 min | 2 months ago

"christian morale" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"So all I mean all that that's a topic it's fascinated me you can tell I I could talk forever on this but really I think the question is it comes down to what's the purpose of government why did God create it and there's going to be different answers on that you and I would probably differ on our answers in that but. We've offered a way to think about it here. Yeah. I mean there's a difference between how you and I differ on this for Muira Neo Libertarian view and how I would in my neo biblical Christian view. There's a big difference between our views and a secular view which basically tries to use the power of law to provide for complete personal sexual freedom at or. Other kinds of freedom and what's missing in that analysis, which is oftentimes when you know this was really thoughtfully worded and phrase question but a lot of times when it comes from folks who more skeptical of Christian view what we would here is well, you trying to impose your morality on the wall as if there wasn't another morality that is imposed by D. prioritizing. Christian. Morale. The book on this is, is Robbie Georgia's book the clash of Orthodoxies that really you know when you talk about where morality fits in the law, you're not de. In Christian Morality Without Elevating Sexual Morality. You have a new tyranny. You have a new absolute Pope Benedict, call it the What did he call it? The dictatorship of tourism that now the ultimate good means always accommodating, promoting advancing anybody's own sexual a you know personal preferences and understanding that there's no such thing as neutral in this game ultimately is a really really important understanding when. You kind of try to wrestle to where the law and morality fit and anyone can look at the modern federal government or how it's been behaving for the last couple of decades and tell me that a religion is not established at the highest levels of our politics. Then they're blind because it absolutely has been established and it's the secular humanistic self expressive individualism that that we're talking about here. Let's move onto another question here. Again, having to do with politics, but I love this one John because it it has to do with the root of our politics and objections to the way our constitution is framed, and then how judges interpret the Constitution this reader writes in a conversation about Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation hearings over the weekend someone threw in the three fifths compromise at me. She argued that if I want support an originalist like amy conybeare it then I don't. Think black people are fully human. Obviously, I, don't believe that, but I didn't know how to respond to her. She continued by saying that if the founding fathers got that wrong, then the courts need to fix other things they got wrong or didn't address please help me win some Lee respond to this argument. I. WanNa right out of the gate clear up misconception here the three fifths compromise was not about dehumanizing slaves. That's a myth that just won't die it was about. The political influence of the South southerners were the ones who wanted their slaves to have full congressional representation as four people because that would increase their political power. It was the northerners who didn't want that full representation because that would in essence give the south of veto over whatever legislation went through Congress. So it was not a claim that a slave is three fifths of person that's just a misconception of history disagree with it..

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"christian morale" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:51 min | 3 months ago

"christian morale" Discussed on KCRW

"And I'm just humbled beyond belief to be a small part of that was Brian McConnell, speaking with his wife, Nora in Atlanta, and their interview is archived with the rest of the story Core collection. At the U. S. Library of Congress. You're listening to weekend edition. From NPR news. Olivia's presidential election is tomorrow on the atmosphere surrounding it may sound familiar fears of voter fraud, worries about violence and a deeply polarized country. As NPR's Philip Reefs reports. Lender. Yannis is getting ready for Bolivia's election day in the same way you prepare for an earthquake. She's stocking up. Ah, Rose can tell their soul guard. She says. She's bought lots of rice and sugar and plans to slaughter a cow to feed her three kids in case the shops ran out of meat. Yannis is in Bolivia's capital, La Paz. Talking to NPR from a gas station. She's lining up to buy emergency fuel supplies. Just in case there's violence and everything shuts down. People are desperate, says Yannis. They don't know what might happen in the next few days. Bolivians go to the polls tomorrow amid an unprecedented crisis, the pandemics causing havoc so our politics in my three decades of writing and studied Bolivia, I have never seen it. This polarized. Eduardo Gamarra is professor of politics at Florida International University in Miami. He's from Bolivia and believes the countries at a crossroads, its really going through a major transition to either a more stable Bolivia or an incredibly incredible Unstable set of years to come tomorrow says if the first round is tight, and there are allegations of fraud, it could be very dangerous, very, very dangerous because it's in fact, a repetition of last year's scenario he's talking about last November. That's when evil Morales was driven from power after 14 years. Morales was Bolivia's first indigenous president, a Socialist admired by leftists worldwide. He stepped down amid mass protests triggered by US supported allegations that he rigged last year's election. Morales was replaced by an unelected interim president, Jenny Anya's Ah, hardline conservative Christian Morale is his supporters took to the streets, accusing her of a coup. Anya's crackdown. 23 people were killed after government security forces fired.

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Bolivia Prepares For Its Long-Awaited Presidential Election

Weekend Edition Saturday

02:13 min | 3 months ago

Bolivia Prepares For Its Long-Awaited Presidential Election

"Olivia's presidential election is tomorrow on the atmosphere surrounding it may sound familiar fears of voter fraud, worries about violence and a deeply polarized country. As NPR's Philip Reefs reports. Lender. Yannis is getting ready for Bolivia's election day in the same way you prepare for an earthquake. She's stocking up. Ah, Rose can tell their soul guard. She says. She's bought lots of rice and sugar and plans to slaughter a cow to feed her three kids in case the shops ran out of meat. Yannis is in Bolivia's capital, La Paz. Talking to NPR from a gas station. She's lining up to buy emergency fuel supplies. Just in case there's violence and everything shuts down. People are desperate, says Yannis. They don't know what might happen in the next few days. Bolivians go to the polls tomorrow amid an unprecedented crisis, the pandemics causing havoc so our politics in my three decades of writing and studied Bolivia, I have never seen it. This polarized. Eduardo Gamarra is professor of politics at Florida International University in Miami. He's from Bolivia and believes the countries at a crossroads, its really going through a major transition to either a more stable Bolivia or an incredibly incredible Unstable set of years to come tomorrow says if the first round is tight, and there are allegations of fraud, it could be very dangerous, very, very dangerous because it's in fact, a repetition of last year's scenario he's talking about last November. That's when evil Morales was driven from power after 14 years. Morales was Bolivia's first indigenous president, a Socialist admired by leftists worldwide. He stepped down amid mass protests triggered by US supported allegations that he rigged last year's election. Morales was replaced by an unelected interim president, Jenny Anya's Ah, hardline conservative Christian Morale is his supporters took to the streets, accusing her of a coup. Anya's crackdown. 23 people were killed after government security forces

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"christian morale" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"christian morale" Discussed on KTOK

"On Monday on news radio one thousand Katie okay. but the only question ranges will that be paper or plastic. I love paper bags I wish they would all go back to paper bags I'm so tired of turning a corner and having my canned goods just roll all over my backseat. eight four one thousand Lee Mathews Katie okay dot com those of the numbers to get in touch with me and join in the conversation also love to have you aboard on the social media because we got a lot of that to get to this half hour of the drive by looking at these brought to you by hill and company a train comfort specialist it's hard to top hill. Tamir rice leave all the stories about of the store's telling customers not to open carry firearms is nothing more than free advertising for them as almost every fake news outlet reports on them I can count on one hand the number of times I've noticed someone carrying in plain sight you're right Tommy and when I do see somebody carrying in plain sight I think to myself. the other one they shoot first dude. bill right this is a little bit and closes the pictures as this is a little gun shop next to the Mediterranean restaurant where we ate lunch yesterday if I owned a gun store I wouldn't want you to bring in a loaded firearm either it's just another reminder that open carry isn't a very popular idea in Oklahoma even if it's legal and then bill has attached a son a picture of the gun shop that is a sign on the front door that says no loaded firearms allowed inside first of all bill if you are running a the fire arm shop I suppose you can make your own rules. and I don't have a problem with those rules. anymore than you're not supposed to carry loaded on the range until you are pointing it down range. but as far as what you say that open carry is a very popular idea in Oklahoma. do you realize bill that there are some two million people that live in the state of Oklahoma and your organization moms demand action was only able to get thirty thousand signatures. I'm not very good at doing math in my head real quick but is that even one percent of the population. let alone. yeah a lot let alone registered voters okay let's just assume it's registered voters okay that's about one percent of the registered voters I I'd be willing to say that. first of all cool name is Lee I hear what Beto o'rourke is saying about coming in getting our A. ours. he did not stutter when he stated that if elected he would take our weapons. he is talking to an ex lawman by the way I was well acquainted with the evil men can do and I made it my work to chase down the baddest of the bad I'm under no illusions as to what good people of tender hearts are up against and I hear Beto. but as bait or member on the fifteenth of February nineteen seventy one five lawman gave up their guns to renege Grossman and Leonardo Lopez in west Dallas the five hand cuff deputies were driven down to a dirt road between the Trinity River and its levy to and told to get out of the vehicle. it was then the deputy Samuel Garcia infante told his fellow deputies the gonna kill us boys infante barreled into Lopez and was shot and killed deputy William Reese having managed to work his hands free took a swing at Cushman but missed he was shot and killed the execution of deputy AG Robertson followed deputy would that when dell Dover was shot in the chest but survived despite being badly wounded only deputy a dema curly escaped by throwing himself over the embankment and rolling to the river's edge three good and decent Christian men were shot and executed and a fourth badly wounded by a murderous thug armed with stolen pistols they did not they did what no lawman ever do or should ever do they gave up their weapons. evil men like that of Rene Kuzman and Leonardo Lopez abound you Beto and other politicians of your ilk have the right to make your impassioned but misguided speeches what's out there. sadly it may be coming one day in the hands of Beto and by his own admission we may very well get the oppressive government the founding fathers warned us against against such creek such. such came the inspiration from god our divine constitution which takes into account the second amendment. would do well to remember the warning given by John Adams our constitution was made only for the moral and religious people it's wholly inadequate to the governments of any other. is it not now time to humbly repent our sins and return to the god of this land who is Jesus Christ. well written crystal bowl. and well stated to and the answer to your question is I think so. although I don't think by and large we've strayed that much from the law that god is taught us I mean there's a lot of people I think don't want to admit that there's a lot of people don't want to admit our American morale is actually a Judeo Christian morale and that just about every law we have on the books has come from a sense of right and wrong based upon that you date a Judeo Christian morale it is those who are trying to rationalize that Judeo Christian morale into a holistic and humanist morale that I'm worried about. thank you for writing into the program crystal ball bill and Tom and got some more and yours a four one thousand police Matthews a Katie okay dot com my tribute to a fallen rock and roll that happened this weekend coming up right after the news time travel to find in the sixteenth.

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"christian morale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:10 min | 1 year ago

"christian morale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Brian lera on WNYC and in this country at this moment and all through its history. We associate hate hate crimes primarily with white supremacy. We know all too, well that communities of color and other marginalized groups are on the receiving end of hate in ways that really affect their lives, but in two thousand seventeen according to FBI data twenty one percent of hate crime offenders were black although they make up only thirteen percent of the US population. So what does that mean, should we think of hate crimes any differently? When the person committing them is also a person of color or a minority of any kind. And should we take that into account when we're thinking about how to prosecute or frame the narrative around what constitutes a hate crime for that matter? What hate is what racism is or should it not matter? And hey, this hate WNYC's, math cats and a ruined Vanik copolymer asking those questions in. A new series of reports they've been investigating an uptick in hate crimes in and around New York City in general and their new stories focus in on instances where both the victim and the perpetrator of the hate crime or from minority or marginalized groups, they have two separate stories match focuses on the tents occasionally, violent relationship between the Jewish community and black community and crown heights and a ruined. Look more broadly at the issue in a story called when people of color, commit hate crimes. And it focuses on a specific line level against the Sikh, man. So hi, Matt. Hi, orion. Hi, Brian, Brian. So why did decide to frame your reporting like this around to look instances where people of color are the ones perpetrating hate crime. It goes back to an incident, which is the center of the story that we are today. This is going back to twenty thirteen. There was a violent assault on the Sikh, man. Dr Trump doth saying it got a lot of. Attention at the time. He was a Columbia University. Professor, and it was framed as like this awful understand the awful incident of Islamaphobia, which although you seek part of this larger trend of completing Sikhs and Muslims at the time. I did notice in some of the coverage in much of the coverage. It didn't actually identify who the perpetrators were and to meet I was sort of conspicuous kind of omission. And when I looked into it is clear that there were many young men of color who had attacked him called the most SAMA pulled his beard beaten him left him with a broken jaw, and I respect him at the time. But it's only now several years later that we try to understand this problem within the larger context of hate crimes that are happening certainly across America, and certainly cross defied boroughs these days. So here's a clip from your piece of project talking about not wanting to press charges at that time because he didn't want more people of color. In prison. And at the time he says the police were arresting a number of black boys who are innocent and blaming them for hate crimes that they didn't commit in other cases, a young man on a bike stopped me. And said, you know, you that guy that professor guy, and I said, yeah. And he said well man, the young man said he was sorry about the attack. But it also meant he was now a target of police. He's like, do you know that if you're a young black man that has a bike? We're being pulled into vans for questioning about whether we attacked you. And he's like, it sucks. What happened to you? But it sucks that this happens to. Yeah. So do you think he would have pressed charges of the aggressors had been white? And otherwise the same things had been done to him. Now, he explicitly said, no, his he was not simply distinguishing because in this case, the perpetrators or the alleged perpetrators were non-flight he has been assaulted on number of occasions. This is something you hear from many seek NAN is that they are harassed resulted very frequently especially in the wake of nine eleven and some of those incidents involved white people he thinks in general, I think this sort of thrust into his mind that the the fact that there is an over sort of an overuse of the criminal Justice system. And that the results are highly punitive, you know, and they don't produce results. And he he's very connected to community uptown, and he did not want to see happen to members of his community. So route. Rather than prosecution? He preferred to try to pursue something that he calls, restorative Justice. The thing is when when this happened to him he didn't actually know or have an option to his mind he sort of sat in this kind of limbo state. He simply disconnected from the entire incident. He didn't know what had happened to the one person who was charged in the wake of it. I had to tell him. I was like, oh, it's the Manhattan d I checked in with them a couple of weeks ago. And they said that person ended up serving a year in jail. I didn't get much more than that. Christian. Morale is young Latina man for him. He did not want to be in the position of having to advocate for you know, a jail sentence or prison term for this for this person. Or these people nor did he know how to sort of disengage from it. Now in recent times seeing all this. I think he's increasingly thinking that restorative Justice of options are. The one of the best sort of tools we have to deal with this larger problem. So let's actually bring in and other guests for just a minute on this deputy Commissioner of the New York City commission on human rights. Marissa Jackson actually got in touch with us today. After hearing your story around great to talk a little bit about the restorative Justice option that does actually exist for some cases in New York City deputy Commissioner thank you for timing in. Hello. Thanks for having me, Brian. What what were you thinking when you heard a ruined story? Well, I was really thinking that you know, in New York people have a lot of restorative Justice options, do the commission on human rights. The commission was actually founded as a a way to sort of imperial the city after the Harlem race riots and the nineteen forties. So restorative Justice of the lands that we sort of of plied, and I'm very mainstreamed way throughout the agency in both our enforcement, and our education and bias response work. So what would have happened, theoretically, if all parties had been aware after this attack on back in two thousand thirteen of this option and a chosen to pursue it. Well, so of course, you know, they're they're incidents. In sounds like this is one of the incidents where it would've been a criminal matter, and we're a civil law enforcement agency. But if they still wanted to also file what the commission, and we had sort of done an investigation one of the options, we would have. Likely, you know, offered was, you know, come in and learn about human rights law. You know, get some training also perhaps some community service, and we find that that's a very effective method to not only sort of explain to the perpetrator like the pain is real that they've caused but like why and you know, what would be a better option for you know, communities affected Bill solidarity going forward and to sort of treat each other better. So you think restorative Justice is particularly useful tool. When it comes to hate crimes. I think we'll hold their hate crimes. And then there are incidents that may not rise to the level of a crime. But they're still very painful that are still very harmful and dilatory is to community relations. And so I think that restorative Justice is very very effective in all of those scenarios. Many people who are involved in these bias incidents are actually quite young. And really haven't gotten the kind of civic education that they needed, and we as a commission are able to provide that and give people you know, knowledge and awareness of what the law requires a folks, and what the law provides folks, some Orissa Jackson deputy Commissioner at the New York City commission on Ulan rights. Thank you so much for calling in and adding your voice to this for having us. And now we turn to WNYC's Matt Katz as listeners joining us. We're listening to excerpts from stories by Matt Katz and ruin venacuro Paul both on the issue of hate crimes in New York City. They've been investigating the recent rise. Is and today on the particular question of people of color or people in other minority groups who commit hate crimes that your story. I see is about hate crimes committed against members of the Hasidic community in crown heights. How does it fit into this larger umbrella of hate crimes committed by members of minority groups, right? That's what I was trying to figure out. I mean, the a lot of the most of the hate crimes in New York. Target Jews more than any other group, but most are are swastikas. Most are not violent except in parts of Brooklyn crown heights. And in the in the last year attacks against Jews on the streets of crown heights. Have really jumped and went from two and seventeen these are Jewish victims of assaults and robberies in crown heights to in two thousand seventeen to ten in two thousand eighteen and the orthodox community. There is quite concerned about this. There's reports of people like jogging and walking quickly home from from synagogue. Shabas because they don't want to be out alone. You have you've just Jewish men getting jumped I was in crown heights couple of weeks ago and elsewhere in the neighborhood while I was there man, kicked a stroller carrying two Jewish children. So I it's unclear NYPD doesn't break down who the perpetrators are. And what their ethnicities are. But surveillance video and reports from from the victims indicate that several of these many of them perhaps of many of the perpetrators are black boys and black young men. So I went to what's crown heights try to figure out why. And it does seem like a lot of it might not be the sort of strain of anti-semitism that we see nationally that's rising. But rather concerns more locally to the community like gentrification like housing crisis like affordability and Jews who and juicy present Jewish with black. Hats beards are. Are are being are being victimized because they're blamed for it. They're blamed as being the landlords who are evicting black families or driving black owners out of the community. And so here's a clip from your piece of pastor Gilman rose black leader in the neighborhood. He's director of the faith based initiatives for the Brooklyn borough president, and he's describing the tensions between the communities saying in this clip that it has largely to do with housing. The average person is gonna say, yeah, Jews, you know, that come in and taking up all night and another ju on bought the building does kind of talk that you're having. Yes. If people believe that alab behold is being Trenton, if people believe that they'd being fossil kicked out whether it's true or not sometimes they're going gonna respond in a weight of his violent, and you say in the reporting that there are lots of incidents where black residents felt that they had been pushed out or had relatives pushed out of housing by pushy landlords, and they were some people who went file in the those few were willing to take it out on sort of random orthodox looking Jews on the street. But you also talked to rabbi cove behrman, a Abbad activist who pushed back on that idea and said juice fairly effective gentrification to the other hand, you he Nick problem that Kranitz is dealing with is that you have.

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"christian morale" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"christian morale" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"West coast, local emergency managers are concerned. About the impact from hurricane. Michael Virginia's singer of Hernando county say there's even a voluntary evacuation coastal zones. They're our biggest concern is storm surge in Hernando county, it could reach up to four to six feet. So that's at the same level that her mean was just a couple of years ago. So we are comparing it to that storm. So if it stays on its projected track it it's expected to be four to six feet. It's much the same in Pasco county where the Fasano regional hurricane shelters expected to open for anyone who wants to stay away for the surge that has been made worse by an unusually high tides you could see more on Michael nine seventy WFL a dot com. Couple of restaurant workers man with HIV in a former military police officer among the suspects in the latest child predator sting in bulk county sheriff Grady Judd says operation cyber guardian. Fall hall. Also nab twenty eight year old Christian morale. From kissimmee. He's on a work visa from Venezuela. It does not include having sex with children, by the way. He thought he was coming to have sex with a thirteen year old girl. He's a delivery driver for Amazon. You don't want this delivery driver, come into your house. If you have children judge says all thirteen suspects thought they were communicating online with thirteen and fourteen year olds for the purpose of meeting them for sakes. It President Trump says U N Nikki Haley told him six months ago that she wants to take a break from her job speaking from the Oval Office today Trump said Haley, he's very special to him. He added she'd done an incredible job at caller fantastic. And says he hates to lose your ambassador to the UN twenty four. Now, here's the Bloomberg market Minaj, stocks are mixed this hour, the Dow Jones industrials down thirteen points to twenty six thousand four seventy three. The NASDAQ is up twenty the S and P five hundred is up one point..

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"christian morale" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"christian morale" Discussed on WCTC

"So it's rodriguez leading off a ipcc held on by travis scotty takes off fastball mrs outside throw down to second it's a perfect throw and the tag in time to get rodriguez and there's one away here the bottom of the first atop the first it was a perfect pitch for cordero to throw on a fastball that missed outside to a lefthanded hitting gracia barreiro and that it was a perfect throw from albert cordeiro to the glove side of the second base bag anthony gene santi made the catch a barely had to move is glove to apply the tag on alfredo rodriguez so the patriots trying to force the issue earlier rodriguez caught stealing fastball here chest kits the low outside corner for a called strike two and one the umpires for today's ballgame it's ryan more head at first bryant saarc brian moore had behind home plate brian page it first and brad parker over at third fastball here missed out side for three balls in one strike the lefthanded hitting christian morale two batters it to this ballgame moreira already has the step off take his helmet often wipes abs sweat off of his forehead because we are down here in texas which means it has to be hot outside three one slap toward center field deep boucle sb ranging back right at the warning track he's able to tracking down a big play for the second out the muraro flies out to deep centerfield there's two out nobody on now in the top of the first no score just underway here consolation field up to the plate now will come justin patchioli game time temperature down here in southeastern texas is a toasty ninety four degrees fahrenheit we had ninety eight degrees which was the game time temperature on friday night ninety nine degrees last night and his 94 here today which of course feels a lot cooler and i'm being sarcastic when i say that the first pitch fast apache yearly mrs inside one ball and no strikes but i feel now three days down in texas that at least i'm a little more adjusted to the weather is the fastball here in for a strike one an one it seems like the.

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"christian morale" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"christian morale" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Burma providence city councilman kevin jackson who faces trial for financial shenanigans and who was ousted by the voters in may in a recall election hopes to collect his thousand dollar a month pension benefit from the city he made that clear he wants to pension man's but on the state police looking for witnesses and a road rage incident this up route one forty six shots were fired from one car to another at the ramp to 295 295 shortly after noon ten yesterday the we're looking for red late model 2014 or later nissan suv could be ever ronald could be a pathfinder it'd be something else little vague it happened very fast road rage a guy firing shots at another driver am ram one socket man rested again for drunk driving 27yearold christian morale's picked up again but driving drunk three times the legal limit not once not twice three times the legal limit he's mac backed up into a haddock at an accident and now they're looking at us records you've been arrested twice before for trump driving did what he wanted to christian morale assuming that of course that to proven guilty on this third time yes we're going to dig the whole fakhri johnson the the former father paul shanley catholic priest poster boy for sexual shenanigans in the boston in the boston scandal these now eighty six years old he's been locked up in prison for the past ten years he's going to get out this week then the aaron hernandez this home is back on the market they had a deal to sell it for one point three million but it fell through with back on the market if you're looking for a house in north attleboro lots of athens bedroom he did the hartford connecticut chance the rapper had a concert hartford at the xfinity theater ninety people were hospitalized for having too much alcohol most of them kids underage fifty on the rates drinking referrals this is sponsored by hot 937 top jam then that's a radio station over there apparently hot 937 angry kids it hospital.

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"christian morale" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

WJR-AM News Talk 760

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"christian morale" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

"The social the juniors and the media the media hard especially important component of the deep state because they manufacture tacit can said to the global is plans that's what you just her from josh earnest a me he is the former media spokesperson for the obama administration and whatever he says is deemed is be in the realville according to the media because their inclusion with what another to conspiracy so under obama over the last eight years the deep state the federal government veered so far to the left michael rights but a cause significant damage to american interest around the world but the i do logical framework remains washington is still dominated by global less who seek to turn america into a european social democracy domestically and empire internationally empire run by global still eats michael rights multinational corporations and international bodies a beer kratz within such an empire but this is so good from from the day savage got of the year in san francisco it was borders language calls reporters like which culture that was it that has been his mantra that is dennis mission statement from the very beginning so this this is his wheelhouse here so listen to what he says in the new book trump's work he says this is an empire this deep state and empire run by global affiliates mall tight national corporations and international bodies a beer kratz within section empire national borders aren't in had him it to progress but a repeat that within section empire national border start imperative it to progress as are the cultures of the various nation's within them including our own the american culture with it's historical emphasis on an individual liberty free enterprise you dale christian morale eddie stand.

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"christian morale" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"christian morale" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"Enterprise he dale christian morale eddie stands in the way of the progressive global is division now let's stop for just about it trump has never been a part of this click he's never been a part of it he's never been a part of this the of the global eats to the best of my knowledge is never been the doubles to the best to my knowledge world economic forms that's a big is interested in he's he's not he doesn't go to the builder berg meetings he doesn't come to san francisco for that crazy group commit meets up and moran i kid him ever the name of the operation refresh it's on the tebow my tongue some you know what i'm talk about don't call we don't need to go there but the bottom line is he's never been a part of that and now he's presently united states and these groups depend on the president and the admit astray shame too have their back so he talks about building the walt they go absolutely a bleep they go nuts he talks of building well because national borders to this group are depend admit to progress george saros has the opened borders society and the whole idea of american culture and i'm not talk about rice in beantown talk about individual liberty free entry prize today oh question morale of the and judy a question rule of law five right stand in the way of their vision this is exactly what so we just talk about the new book not let me continue again reading from of chapter twelfth where american values include individual liberty free enterprise and you dave christian values the global is culture includes collective is multicultural as i'm manish corporate trade.

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"christian morale" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:29 min | 4 years ago

"christian morale" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"About rice in beantown talk about individual liberty free enterprise today oh christian morale of the and jrue dale question rule of law five ite stand in the way of their vision a this is exactly what so we just talk about the new book not let me continue again reading from of chapter twelfth where american values include individual liberty free enterprise and you dave christian values the global was culture includes collectivist multicultural as i'm managed corporate trade and he'd miss stick sexual freedom we can have a phil of philosophical argument about whether one set of values is better than the other in the abstract but this much is clear they can not coexist their mutually exclusive moreover savage rights history a show on a that one of their works and one of them does it now what i see i stop from omen digress what is a conservative what is a conservative well let's talk about what a liberal liberal is i'm isn't ideology it's an ideal legit that's the very ideology that looks set people like carle mark since as you know it's really good ideas just hasn't been implemented properly yet let's give it a shot we can do this no one starter right yeah we can do this the conservative has a world view based upon history and we look at what worked and what didn't work we look at the stuff that didn't work we say you know what not going to do that hey this is worked this is work we can do this might be able to make it a little better but the stuff that has a works when he want to go there and that's why core marks by the way said history means nothing because he has a ninety knowledge we have history we have a history as our are temp as far as of wonderful yeah it library it's it's a library you can look at look at all the volumes look at what's gonna before us this work this didn't work notable one of the down that road history repeats itself we need to be very careful so going back to savages text moreover history show that one of the work so one of them doesn't the dust been of history is full of multicultural list empire's that succumb to eke you know make.

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"christian morale" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"christian morale" Discussed on WDRC

"In the way of the progressive global list division they'll a stop for just about it trump has never been a part of this click he's never been a part of it he's never been a part of this the of the global awaits to the best of my knowledge he's never been a doubles to the best to my knowledge to world economic forms not something he's interested in his is not he doesn't go to the builder berg meetings it doesn't come to san francisco for that crazy group commit mates up and ran i kid him ever the name of the operation advice it's on the tebow my tongue some you know what i'm talk about don't call we don't need to go there but the bottom line is he's never been a part of that and now he's present united states and these groups depend on the president and the administrator into have their back so he talks about building the walt they go absolutely a bleep they go nuts he talks of building well because national borders to this group are to pad admit to progress george saros has the open borders society and the whole idea of american culture and i'm not talk about rice in beantown talk about individual labourt free enterprise should dale christian morale of the and trivia question rule of law five right stand in the way of their vision this is exactly what so we just talk about the new book not let me continue again waiting from chapter twelfth where american values include individual liberty free enterprise and you dave christian values the global is culture includes.

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"christian morale" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"christian morale" Discussed on WDRC

"Important component of the deep state because they mannion fracture tacit consent to the global is plans that's we're just her from josh earnest i'm a he is the former media spokesperson for the obama administration whatever he says is deemed is be in the realville according to the media because their inclusion with what another to conspiracy so under obama over the last eight years the deep state the federal government veered so far to the left michael rights better cause significant damage to american interest around the world but the i do logical framework remains washington is still dominated by global us who seek to turn america into a european social democracy domestically and empire internationally and empire run by global still eats michael rights well tight natural corporations and international bodies a beer kratz within such an empire but this is so good from from the days savage got earlier in san francisco it was borders language calls reporters language culture that was it that has been his months route that is ben is mission statement from the very beginning so this this is his wheelhouse here so listen to what he says in the new book trump's work he says this is an empire this deep state and empire run by global is still eats multinational corporations and international bodies a beer kratz within section empire national borders aren't in had a meant to progress but a repeat that within such an empire national border start imperative it to progress as are the cultures of the various nation's within them including our own the american culture with it's historical emphasis on individual liberty free enterprise jay dale christian morale eddie stands.

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"christian morale" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"christian morale" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The social legit ayers and the media the media hard especially important component of the deep state because they met in your facts your tacit can said to the global is plans that's what you just her from josh earnest a me he is the former media spokesperson for the obama better stray shot and whatever he says is deemed is be in the realville according to the media because their inclusion with what another to conspiracy so under obama over the last eight years the deep state the federal government veered so far to the left michael rights better cause significant damage to american interest around the world but the i do logical framework remains washington is still dominated by global less who seek to turn america into a european social democracy domestically and empire internationally and empire run by global still eats michael rights well ty natural corporations and international bodies a beer kratz within such an empire but this is so good from from the day savage got earlier in san francisco it was borders language calls reporters like which culture that was it that has been his mantra that is dennis mission statement from the very beginning so this this is his wheelhouse here so listen to what he says in the new book trump's work he says this is an empire this deep state and empire run by global affiliates multinational corporations and international bodies a beer kratz within section empire national borders aren't in had him it to progress but a repeat that within such an empire national borders aren't imperative it to progress as are the cultures of the various nation's within them including our own the american culture with its historical emphasis on an individual liberty free enterprise you dale christian morale eddie stand.

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"christian morale" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:55 min | 4 years ago

"christian morale" Discussed on KCRW

"Assume leading in son won't taming is excess ability and remote us all and missed and experimental take the french new wave no goals make the great to man this on you demanding for your bro when figuring out what this great a lot of fact is being told el to you or hear it it's a very person two who to meet the next point for the st he's never moved he stayed together with the same woman he has a child with him she doesn't carry her children with a the and you niche i'm of so presentation is being disparage in this book two leapt and would say amusing the for that so and women eighteen thread from is that an and every time i forget to do it and i feel the big start to veer off the right lindor hit inning true yeah on the pro so i think dreaded so it should since components his narrative and it's the thing that i've and suffered from myspace i've never understood yeah i spent because he missed a place where living in righting and yeah become very into was and then and to make the put lites in to make it three of tried to to have to go up and run them down and the san francisco up to be in town that was a very deep in eighty crucial kind of orel because this is this is a different monetary it's not sitton today and christian morale is he i'm trying to get to something else and it and feeling of i think you could spends but let's and you know people could can mid month can complain you know that there is no clark had but to me at this point cousins become the engine that drives the absolute via cullen mention of trade i'm michael silver and you're listening to book form who's studios of case here job you i'm talking with rachel cause about her book transcend the second broken a truly she's a began with oakland will continue after the short.

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"christian morale" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"christian morale" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"Stick eluded and he ranged they would bring down the whole country and that's comically too not just you know by dish arming us and and and knocking out any decent guy comes along sick eluded andy range they would bring down the whole country embraces a la mcw slavery and then go freedom in the world to have that their way a publisher should just have it that way because they can pair to realize what they have already done or they have no understanding that they are fighting for hell itself not religious but real pain it to trap they fear the idea of got because inside they know this murder in you so wrong but they can accept mercy and learn because they despite the only chance to reach again they're very soul because they despise the only chance to regain there for a stall it is a terrible trap and now that melton range of come on is coming to collect through the decades this curse has been upon are politics and thus became a curse on the economy the family of the cheat day oh christian morale eddie and the over all lack the good fortune of the nation this led to derision and mocking even help line in some cases of faith and devotion to a higher power all had to be denied in order for the new culture of mass murder to be kosher because they were appeared to be no more consequences for casual permission to us and strange imitation to intimacy marriage is and families fell apart without the glue of a little wants to love protected live for and soon all other more olsen coach of proper behavior were ridiculed and shred under foot on wood pregnant she's increased divorce became the norm rather than the exception been aerial deceased became.

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"christian morale" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"christian morale" Discussed on KTRH

"Hate to say it that's a saying group of people that were chanting obama yes week ten as week ten obama change change change right so there zombies then after leading our brain it's all these but all that my brain because i don't buy into their be has the but they're not maybe they're out there not eating your brain but feels like they're destroying the ability of american people to just turned what true but meaningful they just go bettering atlanta awaits propaganda all don't today you're you're absolutely right it's propaganda dismiss information it's distortion it's it's our right now anger left like you know i know every single place that's said in the media that this is a muslim band every single one of them like teal every time you read muslim fan it's fake news and they don't care they their hatred of trump no pun intended trumps all their their hatred of donald trump is bid they they can't get enough of it and meanwhile where the really hating are people the voter for him the people they really have contempt for for people like few and me and the other gira de mobile the pour a bulls acclaim toward god are guns are by bulls are religion in a belief and jesus christ god forbid you believe that oh my gosh or so politically correct or that you're dale kristyna think that this country was built up this country was built on jude day all christian morale eddie period it's just the fact done a matter of being it's it's that doesn't mean other religion from pat all people of other alleges are back no one's saying that a little inconvenience for people to come from countries.

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