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"dan quayle" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History
How the Sperm Donation Industry is Breaking Families
"Last month a wired magazine story described a storm that's brewing in the world of sperm donation as at home. DNA, test kits become more popular people all over the world are making unexpected family discoveries. These discoveries apparently have a name NPR. Or Non Parental events at home DNA test takers are discovering DADS or half siblings or dozens of kids that they never knew about, and they're mostly not happy about it. In fact, a growing subculture complete with lobbying organizations self help literature and support groups is emerging for people making these unwelcomed genetic discoveries. One therapist juice developed a podcast dedicated to helping people walk through these kinds of situations told wired that people who uncover hidden family secrets through DNA. Testing often exhibit the classic cycle of grief after the initial shock comes anger and. Depression, their stories are all the reasons we need to take a sober minded look at sperm donation a practice that goes largely unquestioned in Western societies. The four billion dollar sperm donation industry is shockingly unregulated especially in the US children born from sperm donors are among the victims of the bad ideas of the sexual revolution. They do not have the legal right to request information about their biological fathers on the turn eighteen, which means that in most states, these children don't even have a right to their own family medical histories, of course, anyone. Who opposes or even questions assisted reproduction technologies like sperm donation are often called prudish cast his grumpy old GRANDPA huffing about a teenager blue hair after all we're told it's not really harming anyone in reality. However, there are plenty of reasons to oppose sperm donation even if we don't find the practice achey first of all, the industry dehumanizes men god-given ability to procreate transformed into a crude financial transaction as is the case with egg donation. The way the product is marketed dehumanizes image bearers, reducing them to a list of so-called desirable qualities. Like. Height hair-color supposed athletic ability or where they went to college. This isn't some enlighten new way to make babies. It's rebranded eugenics. Sperm donation also dehumanizes children robbing them the right to know who their dad is and leaving them in the dark as to whether or not. Their Dad even knows they exist in fact, the industry relies on such secrecy. The FDA places no rules on how many children a sperm bank allows to be born from just one donor while some banks might impose their own limits the country's largest sperm bank which. Is in California limits to twenty five to thirty family units per man I family unit by the way could include multiples meaning that a set of twins or triplets only counts as one unit while some activists have been calling for more regulation on the sperm donation industry for years the problems inherent to the system that's corrupt from the ground up won't be regulated away the corruption and the sperm donation industries rooted in its very warped view of human sexuality and the Family God's designed for family is baked into the very nature of. Reality like gravity children hunger for connection with your parents. For example, study suggests that many adoptees do better emotionally and socially when they know who their biological parents are and understand the adoption process. But of course, sperm donation doesn't repair a fracture like adoption does rather it creates the fracture permitting even incentivizing a view of children as products and this country eighty percent of customers who use sperm banks are either same sex couples who've intentionally chosen a sterile union only demand children or women intentionally pursuing single motherhood despite the overwhelming scientific literature that. Shows kids do best with both a mom and a dad or as the headline of a New Yorker article. Put It years ago Dan Quayle was right. This wired article just tells what is in fact in old story just with new variables of people who long for family but are suffering in a culture where the family has become. So broken whenever children and family building turned into big business trails of grieving people are left behind reeling from what we now call non parental events the broken us at the heart of the sperm. Donation Industry begins with the man who've used pornography to sell genetic product and it ends with a child shocked to learn that his dad isn't really his dad olive which serves to remind us that just because something is culturally normal does not mean that it should be true moral clarity cannot come from whether or not we find something weird or icky that kind of thing changes it can only come from God's created intent for the world for his image bearers, which is in his own words and is proven time after time to be.
"dan quayle" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"No, as far as you know. Well, that fits in with this. Ah, text right here. I'm a newly divorced after 35 years of marriage because my ex was cheating on several dating APS. I signed up for a match and got matched with my ex if you like. You does. Love that song as a kid. Check it out on your favorite music streaming app. It's It's ironic. If it turns out they they are right for each other, each other all along. They've just gotten tired of each other. But now they're loves renewed. Who puts in their dating app. I like making love at midnight. That was one of the things in that song, right if you like my night and noon three and clock in the afternoon. Really? Not time specific it all time. Really is not that. Yeah, there right after I wake up. Let's get up for a while. I could use a cup of coffee and we'll come back anyway. I got matched with my ex and saw that he is claiming to be new to Internet dating. Ha! He also claims to be carrying now everyone on the Internet. Looks like a version of him. No, thank you. No apse for me, having poisoned the well, right? About dating apps. My 20 year old son is really good looking kid, but he prefers to use dating app. So I think the better looking you are. I think the better dating app are for years. It's again. It's not an either or it's a supplemental. Relationship story or even if you just photograph better, I think some people photograph beyond their looks. That's a weird thing. Camera love some people, but then dating after be better for you, right? Um, some people some. I've known so many people like that. They're so much better looking after you get to know them the way your mind works. Personality makes them so much better looking, but I'm not sure that would come through. That's an interesting thought. I have to consider the dating and the reason is because most of the girls he meets in person at college or flaming liberal feminists, and he's not looking for that. Well. They're on the dating apps to so right. Yeah, And they're college girls. What do you have any expecting? That'd be really discouraging. 2 May I mean the idea go out with some gallery it off things in the little chemistry and arrested And then she starts lecturing me about white privilege just has probably done but that wood that just that was never on my mind when I was young. Let's dump some not dumb at all. It says. It's a change in our culture, and it never came up. They weren't interested in talking about politics. Either. It never came up. It is a change in our culture. No, I can't remember one time in my entire life of dating different girls throughout, you know, my twenties where a political position came on, I do remember a certain cause coming up. A couple of causes that are work. Quasi political Dan Quayle must go that sort of thing. No, no, Just like I remember when I was a Ah young college boy.
"dan quayle" Discussed on The All New Dennis Miller Option
"But it does look heartbreaking. And then I find that the pitchers have been posted by speechwriter for Obama named John Fabbro, and they're not from yesterday there from two thousand fourteen under the Obama administration and the guy to go back apologize and take them down. So listen, when you have a flood at the border, I don't care who's at the helm of it. You're going to have some ugly optics that. I think Janet Reno hated all children on Elian Gonzalez got pulled out of a. Ause at gun point. Now I didn't those simplistic takes on this stuff. It's a multilayered thing, the only thing we should all agree on is it's a heartache and thank God. I think Pelosi has been wise enough to free up the four point five billion for some internet humanitarian, if they need to pace than that, let's get it to them does. Absolutely right. And the cowardly commerce led by Pelosi, you will not pass immigration law because essentially, they don't want a law Miller. They want open borders, and amnesty. So why pass something they don't want? And that's why you don't get. Trump's with democrat, do you follow this stuff? No follow it for this setting it up to talk to Dennis. But I see myself as more of a comedian comedic writer. So I'm not I'm only involved in what makes for a good setup to a joke. I know your politics. I always I've worked with Christian. I never discussed that. So you just want a mock you just wanna mock everybody Christian is right? Yeah. I would say Joe Biden is just as funny as Dan Quayle. Back in the day. You know, the whoever's a good for a lark. Absolutely. That's why you compatible with Miller Miller, mocks everybody. And that's the way it should be going to be a matters, everybody guided. Right. Yeah. Biden makes Dan Quayle. Look like Buckminster fuller, because I think I think, Biden's spelling potato with a to ease. This. Now, if it comes down at Trump versus by you guys have a field day. I mean, this is like keeps you on the air from for six years, Biden versus Trump. I mean couldn't get better than that. You're. I know it gets anywhere near that. I don't think listen, Biden, ironically is going to be done in not for the reasons he should probably be done in for, but he's going to be done in for all the trivialities now that they can take you down with on the left. Listen when they call Caesar and now and put the long knives in they can do it with a myriad of issues, and they're probably gonna do Biden insisting that because he served, and it makes me laugh that when they go back, and they bring up these segregationist. I've heard them referenced as Republicans. Indeed. They were not. He was a young twenty nine to thirty year old Senator and had to sit in a room and caucus with fellow democrat segregation, Eastland. So listen, if that's what they're going to do them in with the political, correct thing begins to eventually eat the host organism, and it would be ironic after all these years of do fish behavior after all these years of Biden talking about breaking countries where war with done into three different know all these things that he's flung out that I've shaken my head and said my. God, this guy's barely tethered to reality. They're going to do them in on a fifty year old rap that he sat down with a couple of segregationists. It's unbelievable to me, what matters over there in the Democratic Party, now in the name of being open minded, the lockstep is turned into river dance, quite frankly. It's really going to be interesting because if Biden does get knocked out and you gotta expect to go after them tomorrow. He's on Thursday ticket. Then the second one it looks like it would be Elizabeth warn against Trump..
"dan quayle" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Me. Union calls. The skit demeaning to women Fort Worth based airline says it has contacted flight attendants who were apparently in the video and they've shared the same concerns. The latest nationwide survey of relocation trends, puts the state of Texas number two on the list of popular moves more people move to the state last year than any other state, except Florida and Austin-based real estate trade association says more than half a million new residents came in that half of them moved to DFW that makes the Metroplex the most popular relocation destination in the country US might produce new coins to honor a former president and first lady a new Bill introduced in the US Senate would authorize the treasury to produce a run of dollar coins this year, honoring former president George H W Bush and his wife Barbara Bush is both died last year. They were residents of both Texas in Maine and the coinage legislation was sponsored by all. Four, Texas and means senators Dennis Martin KLIF news out of state police officer raising money for one on North Texas has fallen by doing something he believes no one has ever Darris Collier's with the Carlsbad police department in southern California and ran one hundred miles in Nevada over the weekend while wearing twenty one pounds of swat gear. He says he knew Richardson officer, David Gerard and his family and ran the ultra marathon to raise money for them. A gofundme page has been set up and is still taking donations for late to the page head over to KLIF dot com. Scott said way KLIF news during that story about the presidential coin be I was thinking about president George H W Bush and how when he when he first ran for president with Dan Quayle as a running mate when he introduced Dan Quayle as his running mate, he said Bush and Quayle sounds like a hunting magazine. Remember that for all these years? It's eight ten.
"dan quayle" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I promise you focus on the fan. You have an unwavering. In President Donald Trump like Dan Quayle. Pence graduated from the McKinney school of law and was in private practice in the early to mid eighties often talks about is meeting with president Ronald Reagan in nineteen eighty eight that was the same year. He started his radio career five minutes before the hour. You back on the Mike Lynch radio show. So you have a chance to be in the pile to send me an Email was hired as a weekend talk show host and WR CRN rush. Bill early. Nineties was a full-time gig pretentious radio career would take a back seat to only one am Bishop people desire to go to Washington, surround Indiana. These are decent God fearing, church and synagogue going people who get up every day and they pay their taxes in nineteen Ninety-four network. Indiana picked up the Mike Pence show was syndicated statewide on stations like WABC, do you know, they're trying to do their job. Either. The Mike Pence show is known to exist. You're hearing a tape that was found locked away in a drawer in the network Indiana archive. Well, it has been said that consistency is a hobgoblins of small minds. And and your problem fill is that you're you're trying to. Find consistency on the left, and you never will be called himself. Rush Limbaugh on d-calif because he considered himself mild. With Limbaugh, though, he did share some of the same viewpoints Pence called himself a Christian conservative and a Republican in that order. What is more damaging to young woman long-term having an abortion and suffering through both the psychological there is now post-abortion stress disorder that happens after women pass through Mont menopause discussed issues that affected Indiana, including Texas, the second amendment education and even smoking. Okay. I happen to believe that there is a species distinction between hallucinogenic drugs narcotic drugs and cigarettes. But increasingly in the mainstream culture we refer to cigarettes commonly as a drug hence, also hosted a TV show W in D Y in Indianapolis Pence was elected to congress in two thousand he represented. What was then Indiana's second congressional district. Now, the six included parts of central and northeast Indiana Pence ran for minority leader in two. Thousand six but lost badly Representative.
"dan quayle" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Which is whatever I'm all about diversity and so forth. But anyway, what are called about with George Hw Bush that with the sad a sad day on Friday and. I'd like to say the man, I really agree with most of the the media. That's come out with all the good things about Bush. We gotta remember that he had a Democratic Congress the whole time those four years, and he was able to really negotiate some unbelievable deals, you know, of course, during his term. I'm not saying he was totally responsible. But the Berlin Wall fell communism. You know ended and so forth. I mean, why accomplish up after another? But you know, I was thinking Steve what a contrast in the the life of George George H W Bush as opposed to John McCain. Got and Guston guts as much as they could about him when he passed away. And but no this man, George H W Bush worthy crew war heroes shock down because he. Understand. I didn't know that. But when he was shot down, he continued even when he was hit you continue the target dropped the bomb cookout the target, and then he then he cracked and so forth. But anyway, thank God. He was he was rescued would say, and there was a reason for that. And we saw the reason for that. Also, it was great. It's refreshing to see Dan Quayle. I haven't heard a whole lot about him since he left office. I know he went around for a while. They're speaking a different churches. He is a born again Christian block. Vice President Mike Pence says and Dan Quayle was the class act. You kind of reminded me of. That was one thing McCain did right Vic Sarah Palin and also Donald Trump, Mike. Clapback and it pretty refreshing to see Dan Quayle. They interviewed him the other day on the FOX. And he made the statement when him and the president were watching. The clinton. Was it the carton? I'm sorry. I'm office. And they sorry. I'm sorry. I'm sorry raking leaves office, and then Bush took office.
"dan quayle" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Focus on the family. You have an unwavering ally in President Donald Trump like Dan Quayle. Pence graduated from the McKinney school of law and was in private practice in the early to mid eighties. Then softened talks about is meeting with president Ronald Reagan in nineteen eighty eight that was the same year. He started his radio career five minutes before the hour. You back on the Mike Pence radio show. So you have a chance to be in the pile. Just send me an Email was hired as a weekend talk show host and w R CR and rush milk and the early nineties was a fulltime depends his radio career take a back seat to only one am Bishen desire to go to Washington, surround Indiana. These are decent God fearing, church and synagogue going people who get up every day and they pay their taxes in nineteen Ninety-four network. Indiana picked up the Mike ten show. It was syndicated statewide on stations like WIBC to do with, you know, they're trying to do their job to Mike Pence show is known to exist. You're hearing a tape that was found locked away in a drawer in the network Indiana archive. Well, it has been said that consistency is. Hobgoblins of small minds. And and your problem fill is that you're trying to find consistency on the left, and you never will be called himself. Rush Limbaugh on decaf because he considered himself mild. Within Limbaugh, though, he did share some of the same viewpoints Pence called himself a Christian conservative and a Republican in that order. What is more damaging to a young woman long-term having an abortion and suffering through both the psychological there is now post-abortion stress disorder that happens after women pass through Mont menopause discussed issues that affected Indiana, including taxes the second amendment education and even smoking. Okay. I happen to believe that there is a species distinction between hallucinogenic drugs narcotic drugs and cigarettes. But increasingly in the mainstream culture we refer to cigarettes commonly as a drug hence, also hosted a TV show on W N D Y in Indianapolis Pence was elected to congress in two thousand he represented. What was then Indiana's second? Congressional district. Now, the six it included parts of central and northeast. Indiana, pens ran for minority leader in two thousand six but lost.
"dan quayle" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Senator Ted Cruz called basketball hoops, basketball, rings and loss, you nafter tens endorsed Trump. He was on the path to becoming vice president the forty eighth. Vice president of the United States has been an attorney a radio talk show host a congressman and the governor of Indiana. Mike Pence was born in Columbus, Indiana in nineteen fifty nine to Irish Catholic democrat parents his Christian faith has played a large part in his life, his faith shaped his values and his politics. And I promise you. Focus on the family. You have an unwavering ally in President Donald Trump like Dan Quayle. Pence graduated from the McKinney school of law and was in private practice in the early to mid eighties fence often talks about his meeting with president Ronald Reagan in nineteen eighty eight that was the same year. He started his radio career five minutes before the hour. You back on the Mike Pence radio show. So you have a chance to be in the pile. Just send me an Email was hired as a weekend talk show host and WR CRN rush Ville early nineties. There was a fulltime depends his radio career would take a back seat to only one ambition desire to go to Washington, surround Indiana. These are decent God fearing, church and synagogue going people who get up every day, they pay their taxes in nineteen Ninety-four network. Indiana picked up the Mike ten show was syndicated statewide on stations like WIBC, and do you know they're trying to do their job. You're either Mike Pence show is known to exist. You're hearing a tape that was found locked away in a drawer in the network Indiana archive. Well, it has been said that consistency is. Hobgoblins of small minds. And and your problem fill is that you're trying to find consistency on the left, and you never will called himself Rushbaugh on decaf because he considered himself mild. With Limbaugh, though, he did share some of the same viewpoints Pence called himself a Christian conservative and a Republican in that order. What is more damaging to a young woman long-term having an abortion and suffering through both the psychological there is now post-abortion stress disorder that happens after women pass through Mont menopause discussed issues that affected Indiana, including taxes the second amendment education and even smoking. Okay. I happen to believe that there is a species distinction between hallucinogenic drugs narcotic drugs and cigarettes. But increasingly in the mainstream culture we refer to cigarettes commonly as drug hence, also hosted a TV show on W N D Y in Indianapolis Pence was elected to congress in two thousand he represented. What was then Indiana's second? Congressional district. Now, the six it included parts of central and northeast. Indiana, pens ran for minority leader in two thousand six but.
"dan quayle" Discussed on KQED Radio
"As White House press secretary from two thousand nine two thousand eleven since two thousand fifteen he's been the chief communications officer for McDonald's corporation. We'll hear Greg's conversation with him later in the show. I Greg toxic. Jeff Nesbit former communications director for vice president Dan Quayle and currently executive director climate nexus a communications organization trying to get the climate story covered. More prominently in the mainstream news media. His new book is this is the way the world ends had droughts. Die-offs heats in hurricanes are converging on America. Jeff Nesbit welcomed the climate. Thanks for having me thirty years ago. Jim Hansen testified before congress climate got onto their front page of the New York Times for the first time later that year in the presidential election. Climate was an issue. I'd like to play a clip from vice presidential debate in which Dan Quayle and Lloyd Bentson were asked a question by Jon Margolis of the Chicago Tribune, Jon Margolis, a question for Senator Bentson Senator we've all just finished most America has just finished one of the hottest summers. It can remember. And apparently this year will be the fifth out of the last nine that are among the hottest on record. No one knows. But most scientists think that something we're doing human beings are doing are exacerbating this problem, and that this could in a couple of generations threaten our descendants comfort and health, and perhaps even their existence as vice president, what would you urge our government to do to deal with this problem. And specifically as a Texan could you support a substantial reduction in the use of fossil fuels, which might be necessary down the road. Well, I think what you can do in that one. And which would be very helpful to us a lot more natural gas, which burns a lot cleaner. But the greenhouse effect is one that.
"dan quayle" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Served as White House press secretary from two thousand nine two thousand eleven since two thousand fifteen he's been the chief communications officer for McDonald's corporation. We'll hear Greg's conversation with him later in the show. I talks to Jeff Nesbit former communications director for vice president Dan Quayle and currently executive director of climate nexus a communications organization trying to get the climate story covered. More prominently in the mainstream news media. His new book is this is the way the world ends had droughts. And die-offs heats and hurricanes are converging on America. Jeff Nesbit welcomed the climate. Thanks for having me thirty years ago. Jim Hansen testified before congress climate got onto the front each of the New York Times for the first time later that year in the presidential election. Climate was an issue. I'd like to play a clip from vice presidential debate in which Dan Quayle and Lloyd Bentsen were asked a question by Jon Margolis of the Chicago Tribune, Jon Margolis, a question for Senator Bentsen Senator we've all just finished most America has just finished one of the hottest summers. It can remember. And apparently this year will be the fifth that of the last nine that are among the hottest on record. No one knows. But most scientists think that something we're doing human beings are doing are exacerbating this problem and that this could in a couple of generations threaten our descendants comfort and health and perhaps even their existence as vice president. What would you our government to do to deal with this problem? And specifically as a Texan could you support a substantial reduction in use? Of fossil fuels which might be necessary down the road. Well, I think what you can do in that one. And which would be very helpful to us a lot more natural gas,.
"dan quayle" Discussed on Left, Right & Center
"It can't be. You can't say that because it's been so hard to get gay people on TV pursue log that just took them seriously as normal people. I don't think that's a very useful counterpoint is maybe thing. I would say Liz, one of the things that I that I see fleshed out in in Wesley essay is basically how the moralism through which popular culture is discussed is now a moralism coming from the young and coming from the left in a way that you know twenty five thirty years ago you would have had Dan Quayle complaining about, you know, single parent Murphy Brown on television. So as you know, as a young left person, what do you make of this? This rise of moralism from people who share a lot of values with you. Having a lot of influence over the popular culture. I would just say that the moral quality of art isn't a new thing, and it's not even a thing that has been revived from the eighties. The connection between morality and art is very, very long standing goes all the way back to the ancient world where you have pretty pretty vituperative debates about morality. In art is the art moral, is it making us better? People isn't making us worse. People. Transgressive and so on. I think these are very typical conversations to have about art. I don't think they're mutually exclusive with criticism. I think that there are shows who's, or you know, shows are art works, who that their main quality is having a Representative aspect that they, they reflect a kind of life that hasn't been reflected in mainstream culture before, and and that's really their main rule. There's nothing wrong with that. It's not. It's just that piece of work has maybe a different mission than a piece of work that is communicating a different more. I think maybe universal message in that case, the artwork isn't for you. And so of course, it's not going to land the same with everyone was like, what do you make? It feels like there's sort of two separate conversations or you can have people who are outside the represented group who just feel like they don't relate to the show, but maybe that's maybe that's okay. But then you have people in the represented group who maybe relate to the show, but. Still, you know, don't necessarily enjoy it. I mean, that's that's how you open your essay talking about talking about the show insecure and an argument that you had over it. You're talking you in critic, I tend to as a matter practice be a little bit more Catholic in terms of what I like in one I'm open to intend is really not something that that matters immediately to me. I think I get into this a little bit in the piece for me. It's more once the work is completed in. It's been given to us as consumers. It kind of in some ways belongs do as I think we're free to talk about it as as works of culture in our that, obviously have moral value in social implications in in speak to people as people, Tim, I know a lot of conservatives feel under represented in popular culture. And then when you do have shows like particularly the the Roseanne reboot that that people put a lot of emotional investment than than than Roseanne went on. One of her off the rails ranson it led to the cancellation of the show, and I think. Conservative sort of identified directly with a lot of that. But that was also show that was very commercially successful, which sort of seemed to suggest that that you know there was a a market out there for conservatives who wanted to be represented more in mainstream television and see themselves reflected back at least in a way. I think that's right. And you could look at Roseanne or you could. I mean, since I am the straight white male here on this on this panel and I can say, even I get to be a minority met, not so much in the in the Roseanne type of conservative. But as as a Christian conservative, there's there is this place where we look at Hollywood and we say, there's not really anything there by us for us..
"dan quayle" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"So when Dan Quayle came out with that speech, he made the news and people just made fun of him. I it's funny 'cause that was back in the eighties. Owes ninety one. Wow. So back in ninety one. You know, it was it was a radical thing to more than more. So than today, and it was still there still was a stigma attached to having a child out of wedlock. But the fact that they had a TV character. Dan quayle. Didn't like it never and said, oh, you old fashioned fuddy duddy and people make fun of Dan Quayle. But all bile indications Dan Quayle was kind of you know, he was signaling a concern that people probably should have thought about. I mean, he didn't say it was the number one issue in America at the time. But it was you know, it was one of them. All he did was give a speech and everyone said, Dan Quayle. He's so crazy, of course, it's okay to have kids out of wedlock. Now for Tilleke rates are down. Let's look at the other issues here almost half of US births happened outside of marriage, signaling a cultural shift. Of course. Almost half of US births happen outside of marriage. Now that was only in certain. In certain groups that was the case. But now it is half of US bursts bursts outside marriage of skyrocket in all developed nations. According to a new report by the United Nations. Do you see a problem with that eight three three eight five two four eight six six is there anything wrong with that? I mean, let's get into Dan Quayle territory here. Do you think that's just the way it is? Or do you think it's not bad at all? Or do you think it is bad? But there's nothing we can do about it. Because I want to know what could be done about it. Annex something could be done about it. But I want to ask you what you think it is. If there's any specific thing that could be done, and it's something of a politician could do. Because a lot of people say, well, this what needs to be done. You know, we have to have respect for marriage again and people have to get married, and you know, and you can say that. But what are you gonna do about it? How do you make that happen? Sometimes in government. I remember George W Bush said he came out with the program that was going to strengthen marriage, and he won't he talked about it and speeches, and he had a moderate amount of money that went to programs that encouraged marriage and people at the time oppose that and they said, oh, how dare he do that the government should stay out of that business. So I do think the government should have a hand in doing that in promoting marriage. I personally don't think that George W Bush's pro marriage program did anything it might have helped him politically with people who like marriage and wanted to think in a kind of a family values kind of way. But I don't think that I don't even know exactly what his government funding went to. But I am very sceptical about the ability for a federally funded program to. Caused people to get married. I don't think that's what makes people get married an ad campaign. Like just say, no just say yes to marriage. I don't think that kind of stuff works. It might be nice to put on a resume. If you. You know, if you ran a campaign like that, or you know, you associated your name with it. But as far as actual actions things that are going to help change that grim statistic. That almost half of births happen outside of marriage. Let me know eight three three eight five two four eight six six. I I don't want to focus entirely on the economic argument. But I'll start with that. I'm holding a book in my hands. Sex matters. Buy Mona Charen, and the subtitles how modern feminism lost touch with science love and common sense. It's filled with grim statistics. And I'll open up to a page called baby carriage before marriage. And it is about this very issue. And she says as bad as divorce rates is for kids being raised by a never married mother is usually worse poverty rate for children raised in two parent families listen to this statistic two parent. Families poverty rate is six point eight percent. And their children on average. Get good grades in school going vacations with mom and dad plan for the future with confidence. Go to college. Do all the good things, and they live a happy life for kids raised by single mothers. The poverty rate is thirty seven point one percent. Okay. So that's a major stat. Now, I don't want to focus all on poverty statistics, though. Because to me. That is not a that's not a compelling argument to make and just looking at that. I can see obviously the statistics are huge two parent. Family poverty rate for kids is six point eight percent. Single mother thirty seven percent. It's massive. Okay. So, but it's not to say that a if you grow up in a poor household, even at or a slightly below the poverty level. You can't raise your kids. Right. I mean people who grew up in poverty can live a good life day can be raised morally, correct? You take him to church, you give them the right lessons. You know? There is. That great. What was his name the the guy who wrote Angela's ashes great author something Martin, right? Not Malecki Martin his brother the Irish author Angela's ashes wonderful book, I grew up in total poverty. I mean, these people were they were starving to death. The kid took some of his brother and sister dying of starvation. He grew up. Well, you can Frank McCord Oma court, and I'm not Martin Malecki mcchord. Frank McCord frame court was the author of that Angela's ashes, but the just that comes to mind also. Bernini Bernardo Roberto Bernini, the director remember when he stood up and he accepted as Oscar. And he says thank poverty it made me the man I am today. He grew up poor. And he thought it made him a better person. I don't know if I would say that necessarily, but you can grow up well in poverty, but the statistics are stark thirty seven percent to six percent. A two parent families. Barack Obama got in on the the rhetoric of this. Anyway, this is from a speech, I'm reading again from Mona Charan's book Father's Day speech. If we are honest with ourselves will admit that too. Many fathers are missing from too many lives and too many homes. They have abandoned their responsibilities acting like boys instead of men and the foundations of our families are weakening because of it. I don't know if that was a very good Obama. But anyway, he okay. I started to segue into into David Brinkley. I think, but so he said this on many occasions, but to me it was a lot of lip service because the Democratic Party doesn't do anything. Except hurt the prospect of families. Okay. I don't think the Democratic Party is is good on this. And I think that that those were empty words because Barack Obama especially Brock Obama, the the left wing of the Democratic Party, really. They don't do anything to help. And they do a lot to hurt democrat policies that run a lot of the inner cities, and they're they're focused on welfare and everything else. We had Conti talking about welfare, and how it does generational dependence. Does hurt it hurts the idea of keeping families together? So but to move on from just the echo. The economic thing. Listen to this. This is a stat from I found this interesting for Mona Charan's book since the since the late nineties, a number of regions of the US have experienced an economic boom because of fracking this led to well paying jobs for people with no more than a high school diploma. So those, you know, those blue collar workers average Sally Jean seven thousand and eighty thousand per year. Somewhat to the surprise of researchers. Even when working class wages rose marriage rates. Didn't budge women had more children with the men who had good paying jobs, but they were no more likely to marry. So this is not just an economic thing. What do you do? It's not just getting the factories reopened. So it's not just an economic thing. What do you do to encourage people to stay married? Eight three three eight five two four eight six six David in New York. Hello. K are you doing Tom go? I called about the children out of wedlock question question. Three formed a little bit differently. I have two children out of wedlock. My wife who I'm now married to we had two children we remained together for several years without being married. My children have never lived a day outside. My household. I raised them as my children with my wife, their mother. So the question is not about having children out of wedlock. But being a responsible adult a man and having a child and realizing your life. Now changed it it's about that child. So I raised my two children, my oldest son until he was twelve years old and his mother, and I were not married, but we were a family unit. So yes, so you were a family. Now, why did you get married if you did without marriage for so long? Why'd you eventually get married. I tried to get my wife to marry me since I met her. She just kept saying eventually, she said, yes. Persistence pays off. Well, David you valued marriage than all the while. You wanted to be too. Yet to be married. So essentially, you buy into the value of marriage, and I think a lot of people don't and a lot of people say, so what they say, it doesn't matter. Well, I I think that my you're right. I do value marriage. I've more valued I propose to my girlfriend at the time when she got pregnant not barely. I barely knew. We'd know each other for a matter of months, she got pregnant I felt like it was the right thing to do not necessarily because I married I do love my wife. She's the best thing that's ever happened to me. I got very lucky by getting someone pregnant that I didn't know she turned out to be a wonderful woman. But you know, things change during those ten years twelve years we were together, not married. I felt that same way, you know. It's just a piece of paper. It's a piece of paper from the government. We love our children. We love our charter committed to our family we live together. But then when we did get married. I it's hard to explain it does change when you take that leap. You get married. You stand up in front of you. Whether your pastor courthouse or whatever, and you take that leap, and then you are one not just in theory. But in law and everything else it did change my. So I was probably one of those people before who said, hey, doesn't matter. Marriage. It's a piece of paper. Yeah. The children love the children be there for them. My opinion has changed since I've got married, and so has heard is a commitment that requires a huge step commitment devotion. It's not just a piece of paper. So I guess I'm an example of somebody who's thought both ways at times. I love it shining example, thanks for the thanks for the call, David. So David he valued. And I love what he said he said when I got a pregnant I propose right away. I thought it was the right thing to do. He didn't even know if he was gonna work out if he was going to end up falling in love with their but see that shows you he had value on that as well. A value of stepping up and doing the right thing. That's what a lot of people don't have which is why not only unmarried. But these these fathers are totally absent Brian in Raymond Mississippi. Tom, thanks for taking my call. Yeah. Graduations. David you found a good one. Good thing is it comes down to personal maturity now bolted them. Now granted David didn't get married right away. Even though he wanted to, but they were both mature enough to do what they did to make it a successful family unit and today too, many of these young people do not be married because life is better at my parents. And I blame their parents for not wanting their children to struggle the same way. They did throw them out of the nest in that you think throw him out of the nest is going to lead to more marriages..
"dan quayle" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Jefferson Smith sitting in. But the. One of Dan Quayle's pet causes. We're going after tort law who's going after trial, lawyers, and he was like well because it hurts market capitalism. Free market capitalism, usually not free usually big stuff expensive. Sometimes it makes several cheaper. Those never free. It's got to the point is it's not free. The Andy whenever tort law and said, well, it's bad for market capitalism. I've been thinking about that ever since then I was in law school at the time. And it occurs to me. I remember when I would travel abroad from time to time. I don't do it as much as I wish I could. And I would go to a grocery store, and I would see some produce. Or I'd see a I remember I remember when I was in was in Mexico. I remember I was another country and I had a headache. And I was thinking well, should I buy that aspirin? I wasn't sure. And I hope it wasn't just death. No centrism. When I am in the United States. I remember an aspirin scare was at cyanide people died because of aspirin. I have absolutely no compunction about buying aspirin eighty in the United States. And you know, why? Because I know of it had anything in it. The producer of it would get their bottom sued off that in fact, the existence of tort law increases consumer confidence. I don't know the regimes and some other countries, I don't know the regulatory structure, I don't know how safe stuff is. I think that impacts commerce. So even if what you want is more economic activity. It doesn't mean the thing that you want less regulated economic activity that regulation itself can buoy the market. That's why it's not I avoid the free term. I want to go to Jesse James. Was there more? You said you had another wanted to make another point. You have another quickpoint point. All right. Let's go to Patrick Patrick from Santa Cruz. Hey doing Patrick. I'm trying to organize my thoughts right now from listening. What this is about what I wanted to say was good. I heard that quantity Jews due to the ear versatile by twenty thirty. I don't know eleven years in a month or two and I live near that. It don't seem that should be could be would be busy. It doesn't need to be as busy as it is. I think college to play a big part in climate change and. If the price gas went up to twenty five bucks on we'd be. We'd be doing ourselves a service and we'd be money now with debate now with. Compromise and beliefs and and just do with money. And that's basically all day. The blue corner in his steadfast belief in compromise and the red corner is money money money. We could please everybody. We just want reason the price of gas football yawn. And. It might make a difference. Get people off the road. Thanks for calling the. It is as there has been some political courage, but here's some political courage. I personally would love to see. If we're gonna say, it we're going to say that three of the biggest problems that are happening are the erosion of democracy, and what that is doing is making it harder to deal with the erosion the middle class. And also making it harder to deal with the erosion of the climate, you could only a single policy and that policy were a carbon tax and taking that carbon tax and doing as Alaska does not does using it to fund government programs, but taking that money and distributing a little bit to provide a very small somewhat modest at least for maybe at most universal basic income. And that's the only thing that's a big bold heart idea. But that's the only thing you did. You would take a significant step both impact on our impact on the climate and to address wealth disparities, and it would be a big big big big big big deal. And thanks for talking about it. Steve calling in from Tampa, Florida just before break. Yeah. Man. I gotta tell you this when I.
"dan quayle" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Jesuits is Dan Quayle oven. Oh, cool. That's not a story, but just the event. Interesting. Okay. For some reason, a police horses at and you got close enough that sept- underfoot what happened? What was his vent about? Yes. So I was it was probably when I was five or six would have been around the time that he would have been campaigning with the first President Bush. I was living in each side of Sacramento, California at the time and my family wanted to go. He was making a campaign stop in. So they wanted to go see him speed, and I remember being outside and I don't know why this police force was so close to the crowd or what maybe at just wandered up near me. I'm not sure. But I remember looking up and thinking how just massive this horse looked for I was five or six, so yeah. So you're a five or six in you're out in the heart of leftist California, Holly. Yeah, yeah, yeah. And so so yeah, this horse comes up. I remember pendant and thinking it was really cool. And then I don't know if we got spooked or what happened, but it turned and stepped right on my left foot and ripped basically have most of my PT toenail off a bunch of skin. Yeah, I had just blood everywhere, and I have honestly been afraid forces ever since then I wrote on the horse later on did not. Joy was not a comfortable experience, but yes, so a horse stepped on my foot. I don't know how it break it, but it was certainly painful. Here's, here's, here's my question. If that happens. Can you sue the police department or. Your five year old. Someone's broken, tell. I wish my family would have pursued. Have Have you you ever ever been been in in. a hotel room with the celebrity that was changing clothes..
"dan quayle" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Thing with dan quayle and he raised kind of the same issue although this is different than murphy brown because this is adoption she is choosing to go out of her way to bring a baby into her household the murphy brown situation was you know a fortunate accident which does occur sometimes but but that is different this is a very deliberate choice that she is making to go out of her way to adopt a child and also the adoption agency is involved in this choice as well and that's part of this story is that why the adoption agency chose to prioritize a single parent home at the expense of a two parent home because that's exactly what happened and you cannot tell me that there were no more two parent homes sitting there waiting to adopt a baby you can't tell me that it defies logic sorry that's not the case so the adoption agency is part of this story but but but to circle back to michelle's point here before we get to your calls she said that i'm setting back women decades right maybe but guess what i'm not really interested in that right now i'm interested in the baby if setting back women decades means that babies have a more ideal and and ben official healthy productive and superior chance to get raised in a two person family then i'm going to go ahead and do that because we were talking about adoption here we're talking about parenting we're talking about the a little baby having the chance the very best chance that that little baby should be able to have to have the life that they deserve and i'm sorry that should trump the rights of any single individual i think in this case i shouldn't use the word writes this isn't a rights issue but it's certainly it should certainly trump the the somewhat selfish desire to have it all because that's that's how these decisions get made well i'm not married and i'm a professional i have a very vibrant professional life and i don't want to give that up but i also want to be a mom or i want to be a dad i want to have a baby in my life so hang want to be able to have it all and rather than shoes one thing over the other.
"dan quayle" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Hi everyone in thank you for tuning into a very special one hundred ninety nine th episode of awards chatter the hollywood reporter's awards podcast on the host scott feinberg and my guest today was the 45th vice president of the united states and many would argue the duly elected forty third president of the united states al gore gore who is now sixty nine is a ten asean who like his father before him surf for many years in the us house of representatives and then in the us senate he shot to national prominence after he was asked by arkansas governor bill clinton to services running mate in the 1992 presidential election and accepted they ultimately defeated incumbent george h w bush and his running mate dan quayle and gore spent the next eight years most of the 1990s a time of great peace and prosperity serving alongside clinton then in two thousand he ran against george w bush to succeed clinton in the oval office but as anyone who is alive at the time will member contested ballots in florida led to numerous recounts and ultimately the intervention of a politicized the us supreme court which ruled in favor of bush it was a turning point in american history and also of course in gore's on life over the seventeen plus years since gore has devoted himself body and soul to the cause of raising awareness about the threat of climate change and promoting ways of combating it before it's too late for our planet his tireless efforts have been at the centre of to acclaim documentaries two thousand six is an inconvenient truth which grossed fifty million dollars the box office and was awarded oscars for best documentary feature and best original song and shortly after which gore was awarded a nobel peace prize and then eleven years later two thousand seventeen and inconvenient sequel truth to power which premiered at the sundance film festival a year ago on route to playing at the afi docks can antiriot film festivals among many others as well for his work onscreen an off gore was.
"dan quayle" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Great to have you welcome it's the joe pag show your thoughts of my interview with the chairman of the house homeland security committee might be called i thought that he got right to the point sounds firm in the his desire to shut the wall down or shut the border down once and for all although like other republicans i've heard from let me summer saying yes a physical wall the entire way but like other republicans that i've i've heard from that we've all heard from it sounds like it's going be part physical part technological part something else at look i'm not against that the care we can we can use the term wall would be figurative as well can't wait i think so so you could of a wall of technology can't you you could have a wall of sound even have a wall love i mean it doesn't have to be a physical now the president did six can be a big beautiful wall because puts himself and a quarter that way but mike because sounds just as dedicated as anybody i've heard to shutting down the border it's always the question and it's a it's a hot potato when a jacuzzi hot potato itself potato potatoes not pettai's handgun after zia potato potatochip data yeah oh aides up data kids say hot potato because towns and ad yeah and if you're if you're which is face quayle dan quayle youth potato has he at the end but that's another thing completely near exactly it's a hot potato when when the people are already here now the far left the radical left of the liberal left in his country wants to start this whole you're breaking up families krupp and it was sort this whole you hate immigrants and you hate mexicans you hate brown people in aid fill in the blanca your summit or fogel into something is an i going back and forth with former governor rick perry on this many many times on this show and i'd say.