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Fresh update on "dominic" discussed on Mark Levin
"Medical technician 25 year old Richard McMahon is of the Richmond university medical center and was dispatched on a call of a disorderly patron at the funky monkey lounge on forest avenue last night Talk to you again at midnight with your 77 W ABC update on politics I'm Dominic Carter Folks who tried all the usual weight loss gimmicks You've counted points You've eaten nothing but protein You drank nothing but shakes and none of it has worked But.
Fresh "Dominic" from ESPN FC
"Really heating up on Thursday evening with Everton, securing their safety with a brilliant comeback win against Crystal Palace. They were two nil down but they clawed their way back to rapturous celebrations at Goodison Park two pitch invasions no less after Michael keener Chalice and Dominic Calvert Lewin all got the goals to secure another season in the top plate for the toppings. So that's it. They can not be caught now and it will go down to the final day between Burnley and Leeds United or Burnley have to do is match or better leads result and they'll be staying up too. For now let's welcome in Mario melchior Don hochen and Frank la buff as well. Don, I've got to start with you. What wonderful scenes we saw today and what a way to do it for Everton. Okay, I was calling the game tonight. I was on comms and I thought at halftime Everett would dead and buried to an ill down palace will flow in. They were playing some fantastic football. I thought they knocked it around the first half with so much calm and they were quite smooth in their passing. And then Frank delivered a team talk off time. He was brave. He took Andre Gomez off Buddha alliance and dele Alli had a real impact on the game. Michael Keane struggled defensively, but he came up with a big goal in front of the Gladys street end and then two more big goals right from the Gladys street end at the place absolutely rocking. Calvert Lewin's winner with 5 minutes to go just the scenes were absolutely wild and then they had 5 more minutes to try and regroup to the 90 and then the fourth official he held up 7 minutes of injury time so it was just a case of hanging on and then the scenes at.
Fresh "Dominic" from Mark Levin
"Man is speaking out about her son's close calls saying it was the worst phone call a mom could get Kathy Rowan McMahon posted on Facebook today quote how does my son get shot doing his job trying to help people She says it was the worst call a mom could get and wrote thankfully he'll be okay The emergency medical technician 25 year old Richard McMahon is of the Richmond university medical center and was dispatched on a call of a disorderly patron at the funky monkey lounge on forest avenue last night Talk to you again at midnight with your 77 W ABC update on politics I'm Dominic Carter A chief operating officer is wanted in New York New York to oversee operations finance and growth for the restaurant responsible for all development and creative direction oversee all executives and management staff requires a bachelor's degree for.
"dominic" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Dominic Carter facing a rise in COVID cases New York City considers bringing back local mask mandates New York City's alert level is at low but last week the city's health commissioner warned it would likely rise this week to media Mayor Adams is now scheduled to meet with his health team to see if bringing back the mask mandate is needed The mayor acknowledges it's not necessarily what New Yorkers want to hear but says cases are rising Following the federal judge in Florida ending the national mask mandate covering airplanes and other public transportation there is a lot of confusion locally The MTA which oversees the New York City subway and bus system as well as metro north and Long Island railroad says that mask requirements will continue to be enforced Amtrak says mask will be optional for workers and travelers as it relates to New Jersey transit governor Phil Murphy says mask will no longer be required Mask are also still needed in New York City taxis The NYPD is looking for a man who allegedly committed a lewd sex act and then an attempted sexual assault of a woman and grand army Plaza in Brooklyn and brought daylight on Easter Sunday Cops say this happened around 1215 Sunday the unidentified man followed a 29 year old woman out of the grand army Plaza two three subway station police say ultimately he allegedly forced her onto a bench and tried to sexually assault her Talk to you again at midnight with your 77 W ABC update on politics I'm Dominic Carter Joe Hamburg here and I'm going to share with you one of my great pleasures A bath fitter that literally fit over my old bathtub it's gorgeous It's the.
What Biden Can Learn From Mitch McConnell
"Micah Manuel sitting in for Brett Bret had interviewed leader McConnell on the hill and did not get back to the studio. We were in studio. That's the first time I've done a studio panel in more than two years. We've been doing boxes last time I did a studio panel, was it meet the press panel in 2020. And so we're back in the studio and it's great. It's fun. I saw Juan Williams Ben Dominic in the green room. We had a great chat with Mike Emmanuel, and we got on. And I was first I wanted to reflect on the interview, Mike tosses it to me that Brett Barrett conducted with leader McConnell, cut number two. Republicans voting yay Collins Murkowski and Romney Hugh your thoughts on where we stand heading into the Easter recess, excuse me. Well, I think they got a lot of problems left to resolve. I found the interview that Brett did with the leader very, very revealing. The leader is 9 months older than the president. He was born on February 20th, 9 months before President Biden. And leader McConnell is in complete control of that interview. Brett asked tough questions. They were obviously not rehearsed. He didn't know it was coming. He hit it out of the park every time he explained why he voted against judge Jackson and her justice confirmation hearings are different from those that assaulted Kavanaugh. And I just sat there thinking to myself, I think the president could learn from the leader that he ought to sit down with people like Brett and have conversations like that to demonstrate that he's not infirm and that he's in control because the leader wasn't control. He got his message out, even in the face of tough sustained questions.
UK:s Russia relying on mercenaries in Ukraine
"Britain says Russia's increasing reliance on the mercenaries to fight in Ukraine is a sign of the walls heavy toll on Moscow's forces western officials say up to one thousand combatants from the private Wagner group have been sent to eastern Ukraine Moscow is also trying to recruit Syrians to fight in the country British deputy prime minister Dominic Raab says it's a worrying sign but it also could be shows you how dependent they become on of the fighters adding the Russian war machine which has a pretty fearsome reputation has been found to startle and stumble in at least the early stages of this campaign Britain says some Russian units have withdrawn from Ukraine to Russia and Belarus after suffering heavy losses I'm Charles that's my
Russia, Biden, and His Foreign Policy Failure
"Ben at Dominic is a writer with the federalists, talks about Ukraine and the Biden administration. Very cleanly, the reality is that at this point, we have to judge the Biden administration as being another and a long list of foreign policy establishment failures when it came to this situation. Everything about what you just said there was telegraphed. It was clear what was in the intent of Vladimir Putin. It's never been a mystery. What he wanted to try to achieve. And I think he telegraphed it very early on in the Biden administration administration telegraphed their own weakness very early on. But look, as Dan was running through, this is a history of failures when it comes to dealing with Russia. And yet we have the same people in a lot of the same positions or significant positions of policy determination, and yet nothing ever changes. And we're trying the same thing over and over and over again. And the fear that I have with this one, though, is that we really are seeing the end of an America led post Cold War order that had been very good, not just for the people of America, but for the world and writ large. In maintaining peace and
"dominic" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did
"IO. Hi, Dominic. Hello, Peter. Thank you for doing this. Let me set this up. I've done this once before where I've asked someone to interview me, which is a little bit weird because it's my show, but I want to tell the story of the football club to everyone on the podcast. And I thought you'd be one of the best people to do it. Your English, you understand football, you understand Bitcoin. And I don't want to abuse the podcast for the football club. I want to get it out there and then want to get back on with the show, but I do want to leverage it a bit and everyone listening hopefully will go and check it out and support what we're doing. So thanks for doing this over to you. My pleasure. And I would say you can say you're leveraging the podcast or leveraging the podcast, but it's a fantastic story. And one of the things you've done on the podcast is give a platform to fantastic stories. And it is a huge development for Bitcoin, I think, as well, assuming it all goes well with the club. But I guess the place to start is as always at the very beginning. And you tried to buy your front Bedford as we all know, and you tried to buy Bedford town. And that didn't work. Should we start with that? Yeah, that was always the goal. Actually, I've got a chief executive working with me now, a good old friend called Tom Pattinson. I know Tom Pattinson. Oh, if you do, don't no, no, you know a different Tom Patton. We've had this conversation before. Okay. It's different. Okay. But my Tom Patterson, you would like. I think you would get on really well with him and we should get together at some point because he's a great guy. But about four years ago, during the 2017 bull run, I knew the current chairman that time wanted to let the club go. He wasn't willing to invest, and we started doing some initial research into buying them, and I realized I can't afford this. I can't make this work. And it's something I've wanted to do since I was about me switch my dad's instead of a kid. I've been saying to him and I was used to say to my mom, I'd like to buy the bed for team and so what happened was it was only this year I kind of realized actually I think I know how to do this and it's about it's not about me doing it on my own it's about leveraging Bitcoin and leverage in the podcast. So what happened was I approached better town and approached a chairman and said I was interested in choir in the club..
I-95 Closure in Virginia Ends After Hours of Driver Despair
"Help, I 95 is reopening in Virginia. After the winners storm, I think we all know senator Tim kaine spent 27 hours in his car because of the United States senator, we are focused on what happened, but imagine having four kids in a station wagon. The fetching message he was up late last night, reading horror stories of parents with children one ambulance driver was kind enough to let four freezing kids. They were turning on and off their cars, sleeping an ambulance on gurneys. That'll be a memorable experience. How you can not get organized. This is Ralph northam, Virginia Department of Transportation yesterday. The funniest thing about Twitter were that the morons on Twitter were blaming governor elect Glen young for the Virginia Department of Transportation and aptitude in failing to plan and execute any kind of a close the highway keep people off of it order, which is what they should have done. Just close the eye, keep people off of it until it's plowed. Ohio turned pipes been doing that for years. So Glenn young can just can't get there soon enough. And the national reviews Dominic Pinot wrote a story late last night why I 95 in Virginia is jammed. And it comes down to the Virginia Department of Transportation, lack of preparation, inability to execute and general ineptitude. And this has been 8 years of democratic management. So what did you expect? The Commonwealth used to work when governor George Allen was there. And now governor Glenn young is going to have to bring in an entire new group of managers infused some private sector know how and knowledge. In an era of weather forecasting, if it says 7 inches, then you plan on 14. That's what you do. If your parameters are going to be safe, it's always easier to say, oh, so we missed. And that's what happens with hurricane season. People prepare, then it misses, and that's
Kyle Rittenhouse Only Tries to Help People
"Kyle from the first moment I saw you in the news and the video of you defending yourself, you know, I felt like we had something in common. We both grew up in the same neighborhood, you know, kind of a shared story. And you always just wanted to try to help people. That is correct. While growing up, my mom was a single mother working as a CNA at a nursing home helping old people and inspired me to start helping people wanting to go to nursing school, becoming a lifeguard becoming a firefighter EMT cadet and a police explorer. You grew up in Antioch? I did. I grew up in Antioch Illinois. Well, I lived in Lake villa for a couple years. I actually moved around a lot but the last place I was living was Antioch Illinois. Growing up, what did you want to be when you got older? Growing up, I wanted to be a police officer to be able to help people and help people when they're having bad days because cops see people on their worst days. Jack. When so they made this whole big deal during the trial and binger and I call them lunchbox. His sidekick there because he brought him along like a box lunch. They said, oh, well you're not even from Kenosha, you know, you don't even live a Kenosha, you cross state lines, all this business. But it seemed to me when I was hearing you'd speak about it. And then when you took a stand, you talked more about it that it seemed like Kenosha did mean something to you. It did. You had a lot of connection. So what is Kenosha mean to you? Well, Kenosha, my best friend Dominic lives there. My dad lives here. My entire family pretty much lives there. I go grocery shopping in Kenosha and of course they have the best cheese curds in the world as we all know. Tank confirmed. Yeah, I've been there a couple of times since all this. I was there, I guess, two weeks after that happened. So I was there like mid September of last year and then I've gone back a few times just to see it. It's actually a really nice talent. I really liked it. I enjoyed it. I went there with my brother, we had a great time. Oh yeah. It's down to earth people who is just people that are just like wanting to be it's a Midwest. We call it Midwest friendly. We waved at people driving down the road.
Kyle Rittenhouse Takes the Stand at His Trial
"Cal rittenhouse is testifying. He was called by his defense team to testify about the triple shooting. It killed Joseph rosenbaum and Anthony huber and wounded gauge grass roots here is Kyle rittenhouse on the stand in Kenosha Wisconsin. I knew Nick was Smith and Dominic black. You did not know the owner of car surfs previously. I did not. Was he being nice to you guys? Was he happy you were there? Was he mad at you for being there? Describe it. He was happy we were there. And you heard testimony that you owners, I believe that was Friday afternoon. I did. And did they give you permission to be there? They did. And the other individuals in this photograph, some of whom have testified in this trial. Ten minutes before this photograph was taken. Did you know any of them? I did not. Did you ever spoke into any of them? No. And when you were there, what was the idea? Was there a plan? What was going to happen? Yes, the plan was to I went down there to provide first aid. I also, I brought my orange first aid kit, the fanny pack, and I also brought my pelican box which was filled with first stage stuff. By my feet to provide first aid. The orange box by your feet you referred to as a pelican body? Yes. Did you have that before the 25th? Yes. Was it stock? Yes. With things that you would bought and brought? Yes. Nope. All right, we lost the feed there. We'll pick it up where we left off. It's got your reaction to this testimony. It's powerful, it's riveting, compelling, and again, it contradicts the narrative that this was a cold blooded killer, the way Joe Scarborough and the MSNBC clowns characterized
Mark Levin Remembers Studying Rush Limbaugh
"Rush from time to time would have me over This is many years ago Maybe the late 90s As he was doing his radio shows broadcasting And I'd be watching him do it And he would say you're studying me aren't you Mark I said yes I am sir And he would laugh He thought it was great while he was puffing on a cigar And something I always wanted to do even before I heard Russia knew rush or heard bob grant or new bob grant Or one of my favorites in Philadelphia in a local station Was Dominic Quinn in Philadelphia many many years ago Of course our buddy Tom right In Baltimore mister producer Tom marr we missed on Marvin miss all these guys Very very
Hughes scores 2, lifts Devils past Blackhawks in OT
"Jack Hughes capped his two goal performance by scoring less than a minute into overtime completing the devils four three win over the Blackhawks I get to own one for most the ranks you know so I have a lot of options going through my mind during the skate and surf you know gravy drove that stuff you know I have the patience and kind of move the Golan hi ninety nine after that Dougie Hamilton scored on his first shot is the devil and Andreas Johnsson gave his team a three one lead early in the third period Hamilton scored just seventeen seconds into the game the fastest goal by a devil in his team debut the hawks gained a point when Dominic bahkan Kirby dach tallied in the final three fifty three of regulation Jonathan Bernier made twenty four saves for the devils on the ferry
"dominic" Discussed on Hack
"Bill was a huge. Win for brumby lovers ellen. Lanyon is one of them. He's the president of the brumby. Sustainability in management group level allies had for For the brumbies as part of the country ever since i went into that That country mid forty years ago since recreational voice rawda through that country allen thinks the government has seriously overestimated the number of brumbies in the park. The that national mall on service. F- chasma quote a figure of four thousand horses. North end of kosciusko. National park is misrepresent. As far as the plan garis allen says they want to see a reasonable number of horses in the pock so is banana position that any population should be subject to mangement sustainable management but we would say that as a starting esta starting so we would say yet. We'll we'll endorse at three thousand. Another tricky issue here has been how horses would be called in the past this bena strong pushback against any shooting including from helicopters or on the ground under this plan on the ground shooting would be used as well as trapping and rehoming when it's possible brand shooting unless the obvious one air is the fact that the whole smiley ale orange or something that feral horse issue has moved beyond sides. The issue has become a some flesh pointing cultural. That's professor jaime talk from spanish school of environment. He says the best outcome to protect. Australia's negative cry system is to have no feral horses in the national park in one area. Where there's just one hundred parks. Victoria has determined that just one hundred hosts causes too much damage to threaten plant communities the planning to remove all talk says these endangered species have nowhere else in the world to guard. The of plants and animals are pretty desperate stike because in australia. Less than one percent of it land area these high mass peaks that called enough and with enough for these different kinds of species to survive and with climate change. This habitat is under even gripes. Thracian you'll listening to hack on triple j show loaded with that story in the text line divided on this claire on ingrained. Philip says it's controlled calling to manage hood numbers. They need to be managed properly before they ruined the natural environment. Someone else dingo. He's aren't introduce spacey's should we get rid of them as well. Yeah text me thoughts. What do you think of these. Move to cull. Mole brumbies train on seven. Five seven. triple five's or anthony shall would has made investigating these. He's written a book. It's called the brumby woes. Thanks for your time. can you explain firstly. Why so many easter aliens have these connection to brumbies. Guide listened to is going. Well weld onto you and your producers because you've got people You know people like alan lennon had on and he lives in chicago. And i had everything my back courts out of my book but he's a good example of of a biker. Women it's everybody. It's a lot of people who loves the puppies because i represent Symbol of course Australia they have links to stories told by. Elaine may chilin has silva bundy folks at semi starting kids. Read when our young The brumbies have links to banjo paterson. Who wrote about them The brumbies arena. Why a symbol of you have to understand the in the high country where the sensitive landscape as you just described they got rid of categorizing And i have to because the land is being chained up this land that that johnny poodle said. He's he's less than one percent of australia and he's locked nowhere else. And you have to get to the cattle that would destroying So the brumbies avatar if you like their symbol of of the lost can catalyst driving all up in the hills so people love them so they symbolism to the links through stories also 'cause walled mountain horses of these kind of cool ideas. You know very romantic so so anthony. What do you think about the policy. Then the fact that they have made this move. There's been debate for several years. But it's always nay the hino there it's like yeah we'll call a lot of them but they'll still be some around so don't worry because he's what's happened joan barone. I put the first floor in place in twenty eighteen. You covered that first lord starting street that protects non native species in a national park. We'd never seen a or anything like that but even though better comes along and guys right. We're protecting bombies for the heritage value and that is contested. Even though he said that they still have to be a management plan. That was twenty eight hundred. We've been waiting on my three and a half years for the management plan. That's what it is and you're putting a lot of emphasis on calling. There's gonna be a tiny. Bit of calling environmentalists would argue going to be a lot more. They should be a lot more. Sorry but basically we are talking about a reduction in the hood so is from current estimates of fourteen thousand to three thousand now when takis as impact ranges i identified a massive brumby problem in light on nineties and the national park. There was a lot less than that. Three thousand so. I've gone holy. We've got nearly two thousand brumbies that sharing the place to be. This is not good. This is a massive problem now. The gulf has shifted sci-fi that we're actually talking about will reduce them to three thousand. We'll reduce into a thousand more than win. That were declared a massive problem. And that's a win for the environment. So the brumby. People have owned by all the way john barrow lower was was the captain and coach He's seen it through. You know i don't need There's there's too much debt that part of the reason he's quitting he's he's he's now. The bummbly legislation is is done and dusted with with the plan of management sits in place But long story short. They're they're a lot more. Brumbies and coach oscar can handle but people love them. And that's what the brumby was about. It's about speaking to people on all sides from the scientists allen that lenin and everyone in between and trying to work out a solution you know like in any money hill could. I can read my story. They that that that some of some of We're pretty close. This plan does have more brumbies than what he can handle A long long way but it is a to reduce them. Not just the number but area of the park in which south bay. There are a lot of people texting on this jake in the blue mountains says i'm an environmentalist and animal lover but i'm happy to call his finally going ahead and todd of the issues being so politicized and other president agreement. Yes old brumbies should be called along with the rest of any introduced animals. We should be prioritizing on native species above all else anthony. We are about to wrap up but in about a minute we. How do we learn from this debate that we've seen for so many years considering native spacey's protection of them it can be hard if introduced spacey's. Aw pretty cute and majestic all people have connections to them where you feel. We should learn as a society is about. It's not about waldholtz even though geez. It's about astrology. And it's about coming together polarized world. We argued that everything covet policy will absolutely anything becomes the left fraud or polarized in some other way he should you ask me. You know what we've learned there is middle grant and middle ground gonna make nobody happy as someone who loves comes 'cause ecology and thinks it's a miracle of nightjar. I'm not happy bombie people and not happy that host is going to be removed and that potentially shot. everyone's gotta suck it up everyone on all sides. That's the only way society we're gonna get anyway through compromise anthony charlotte. Thanks so much for chatting to us. Anthony is someone who's been writing. Investigating the brumby..
"dominic" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"To coffee. Has shots spectators daily politics august. I'm katie booze and joined by jane. Siphon is for hartman. We just had prime minister's questions and it wasn't a usual jerry. Boris johnson still in america so instead of angela versus dominic robb is about. How did that game will these deputising sessions always much more sort of political knock-about. A little bit more pantomime even than typical prime minister's questions that we have we someone as my think how is it possible for. It's even more like pantomime. There we go and angelina. Certainly had plenty of material to work with not least dominic rob's expensive holiday that was ill-timed given took place while the taliban was taking back over afghanistan and his more recent reported spat over who gets access to the grace-and-favour mansion chief evening and then more serious issues such as the cost of living and soaring energy prices and universal credit. I think it's fair to say that andrew rain had a much more enjoyable session. Dominic robb a who always lacks the sole tive aplomb that boris johnson manages to deploy when he's avoiding answering questions. Dominic robb didn't answer any questions today apart from the crucial detail. Which was that. Ch- evening is not taxpayer-funded it's actually funded by charity. He said while the testily when under the rain had be mocking him. You think of all the things he could have dodged. He could've just ignored that. Bob which wasn't even the main part of her question. She was asking. He's got this irresistible tendency to quibble details when his own work ethic when his own sort of morality is being questioned he always makes the story get a bit worse and he did this over his holiday by talking about the beach. The sea being closed and loss thing so angelina came out of it. Better than dominic robb. Which i think was expecting but i suspect dominant. Rob's approach to the whole session was he just needed to get through it and survive and so on that measure. He probably will be happy as well. James this is roth's. I suppose first high profile outings since he was moved from far enough his to justice and made deputy prime minister. Do you get the sense..
Shake, Rattle the Roles: Britains Cabinet Reshuffle
"Britain's prime minister starts today with a very different cabinet than he had yesterday on. Peculiarity of british politics is the cabinet reshuffle. A sudden reordering of who's in charge of what in the government this one was. Well telegraphed and members of parliament had been pressing. Boris johnson on. Who shouldn't be in charge of much with all the talk of cabinet. Reshuffle can the prime minister guarantee that the foreign secretary will finally be sucked that any shuffled or does he intend to the world and competence reshuffles serve many purposes rewarding loyalty punishing perceived foolishness and setting or resetting a political agenda but they're messy and embarrassingly public ministers shuffled past the cameras outside downing street toward their new fates expecting a promotion. Knew it might not seem like a great time for such disruption with the country focused on what the pandemic will bring next and on britain's role in the crumbling of afghanistan but the prime minister has plenty of other business still to attend to and now a new team to tackle. It was expected that. Boris johnson would hold reshuffle. He has space to do so. Now and macelroy is a senior editor at the economist. Britain's coming out of the pandemic enough to do something like that. that wouldn't look like distraction. He won a tight vote on tax raising last week to fund the nhs and social care so he feels that he sweeps all before him. And this is the time to clear out some deadwood and makes them promotions. And what is the dead wood. That's been cleared out with the most. Prominent deadwood. That went out was dominic robb brexit. Here a lawyer. He became foreign secretary and went through that role. I think without great distinction. But he did it and then got into terrible trouble. When the fall of kabul happened. He was on holiday with his family and he didn't really appear to respond quickly enough to the
UK's Johnson Shakes up Cabinet, Eyeing Pandemic Recovery
"British prime minister Boris Johnson has restructured his cabinet to try to shake off missteps of paas ministers the movie is also expected to help him push forward his agenda to boost economic opportunities in the U. K. off to the pandemic one of the biggest changes was the firing of foreign minister Dominic Raab he faced strong criticism often he delayed his return from holiday in Greece as the Taliban takeover Afghanistan last month rob has been demoted to justice secretary and deputy prime minister I moved down from his admiral heading one of the government's biggest departments drop in a key member of the government he stood in for Johnson when the prime minister was hospitalized with corona virus last year Karen Thomas London
"dominic" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Uh, anniversary. Whatever term we want to use here, But Italy it seems like Biden did the right thing, at least here in New York. On Saturday in which it's traditional that politicians don't speak, but he didn't do anything to stand out. He was just here and left and it was in. It was in Pennsylvania, where he complained about media coverage and said on this day that you know it should focus shouldn't be criticizing each other. And he took exception to, uh, signs that say, F You Biden. And so we're going to deal with that We're going to deal with the topic of Biden and, of course, Afghanistan and I've been listening to your show tonight. And as always, it was wonderful. And so that's what we have coming up tonight. Rita. Thank you And boy, there were a lot of like calls to, like, even a ground zero. There were a number of people saying, like, Why are you here? Um, and you're right. He almost couldn't resist. By the time he got to Shanksville. He had to say something. And then when he was asked by the reporter, Dom real quick, we just have a little bit left. But what did you think? When the reporter asked him about Afghanistan? He was like, Well, what do you want me to do? You know, how could I have done it differently, like he seems to be Where he will never accept any responsibility that there were any mistakes. Dominic seems to be. Yeah, definitely not accepting any responsibility, and we as a country can can move on and maybe move on, get along better and accept what happened to the 13 soldiers if he accepts what he did the horrible decisions. That he made with the withdrawal. Well, tomorrow is another hearing day on the Senate with Blinken. So hopefully Blinken stops blinking and and starts answering because he was just dancing all over the place. I know you've got a terrific show everybody. Dominic Carter, starting now. Through Red Apple media is proud to celebrate 100 years as one of America's most influential radio stations and New York's first baby and W well, I rfm Hampton bays. From around the world to around the block. This is a W A B c 77 2nd news update. Good morning, everyone. I'm Ray Raymond.
"dominic" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"That's not the end of the work on that right. The as you say. It contains a lot of intelligence. Might be some really good insights there some kind of truth and we need to allow that truth and be impacted by that truth So that's that's very important to absolu- i want to circle back to something you said earlier about you know destabilizing feelings like what do we do when we inquire him. We we recognizing maybe something from history or some part of our our consciousness Sort of feels certain way that can be destabilizing on the one hand. The truth is that inquiry by bringing to it. Basically brings to consciousness the ways in which the post and our understanding have kind of structured Our consciousness so that instead of being a free flow of being we're operating based on a whole lot of what you know. Misunderstandings and illusions misperceptions and conditioning a lot of which has come from the past and the sum total of all of that is what we commonly coli so the presence of inquiry surfaces. Little by little step-by-step all of these different structures assumptions and bits of conditioning and it exposes them to the light and as they are understood they tend to dissolve my and that allows are being our presence in all its different capacities than to begin to flow and function in a more natural way. So it's true that is destabilizing. That is actually little by little undoing. An unpicking our ego structure. But that's actually what we're doing and as we do that We we sort of go through little small breakdowns. Sort of little bit by little bit as we go into this letting go of that identity or you know seeing through this reaction than letting ourselves experienced it and things things break down little by little and sometimes that can be scary. My that there are definitely times when it's scary and sometimes it can be intense enough that we really do need some kind of support so diving in the inner ocean is you know. It's it's not a party trekkers anybody who's engaged in any real a work novice you know this is real deep work and sometimes we need teach. Oh i need a community. We need other people to practice with. Sometimes we might actually need the specialized holding of some kind of therapy to help us work with at particularly you know difficult sam piece of our piece of our history all of these possible and you know the trick is to use your kindness..
"dominic" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"Voice inside your head criticizing you and making you feel rubbish the whole time and something in you at some point needs to go. I have had e nuff. So that's that's one possibility. That's worth mentioning It's fascinating to also as you mentioned this kind of. I think it's a translated confusion about the idea that you're supposed to completely remove in extinguish all of your natural feelings. And because these things are natural for a reason right and it's not about a removing them because that's ultimately mistaking numbness peacefulness which then that just becomes as big ingrown heroism self. That's something else that needs to be expressed by dr. But but really of course it's a it is about being able to recognize those things and respond to them instead of react. Not be controlled by them. And then as you say. I think very important so important. Mature talking about Is using those natural arising feelings in because those are all energies you know. Not the modem is on the way with their literal animalistic in a physiological forces. Coming through us and just to learn where to point. Those things is super valuable. It's kind of like. I actually tend to imola meditation. I have a lot of If i'm in the depths of a really intense project needs a lot of work but towards it. I definitely changed my focus of meditation to actually stay a little edgier in to stay a little bit less placid and in less self evaporated in those times so that i am more tuned into the capitalist self and have a bit more energy to really get in and drive into those things uh-huh beautiful. Yeah so you see as you're saying these energies have their truth. It's an animalistic energy emotional energy and if you stay with it and sense all the way into it it is a spiritual energy it is your spiritual strength. It is the energy of the wrathful deities. You know the maha collar with the the skulls hanging from its waste and the you know the swords and the all of that and that's vital because that strength comes up to annihilate and fight anything that is not in the service of truth and all you need to do you. Just keep inquiring into what's actually true. Like what actually are you mad about a mad about this voice. That's actually the truth. I don that as you aim. Let the anger flow towards where it is naturally flowing internally not acting it out in your life that will naturally Bring about whatever it is that needs to happen An interesting speaking of counter points of the inner critic. Sometimes the inner critic is right and that's very useful so sometimes you look at your own behavior and you get some clarity on it. You go away the second. I was being idiots. Now let's correct. It's very good. Yeah exactly so. This is also why. There's no one rule about how you work with the critic. You just inquire into it and you see what's true and that affects you in the way that it does one of the things at some point that you see is the truth like oh yeah like. That's actually just the truth. I can feel the truth of that. And and we learn to discriminate to separate the truth. The kind of information that may be there in in a critic that might actually be useful from the diminishing belittling shaming judging attack white which is not helpful. So that's the kind of discrimination that in time we get to make as we are no longer tracked by the inner critic..
"dominic" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"Could you walk through the cough meditation Process just briefly. sure very simply I mean it's done in a a sort of sitting sitting position And it can be done. You know on a if you if a person uses a meditation cushion or just in a chair as he wanted to be sitting in. In a way that you'll feel grounded your spine can be relaxed an upright so really the usual sort of meditation type pastas and is all closed. And you really bring your attention to the immediate sensations of the lower belly so the idea is to be sensing whatever sensations happening there ride. It could be the expansion the rise in full of your belly as you receive You can have your hands cupped over that area And you may notice other things. You might feel nothing there. You might feel energy present soul anything. It doesn't matter doesn't matter what it is. The point is that you are attending to the actual immediate felt sensations item for the period of practice. Really all you do is keep doing that. And if you find your attention wanders often you get caught up in thinking about things or enquiring into some interesting thing that pops up in your world as soon as you notice that you just come back to sensing the belly and in a certain way. It's as simple as that What do you think it is about that particular space that area kind of in the valley because if you look through all through history and through different cultures you'll see that representative even like food and chinese or cheese or harare and Japanese or zen or even in looking at something like the secret of the golden flower you. That's the source of dowell. You know what do you think. It is about that particular place in the body. Will we see that as you cultivate your sensing capacity you can begin to sense different qualities of presence in different parts of the body and In the book. I talk about the three centers Which are the mind the hot and the berry and it turns out that as you sense that area in time you can actually begin to sense. The actual felt sense of your grounding there so the belly center really has a lot to do with grounding with being in the body in your experience really right there in right not separate from. It's not flying away from it but rooted and grounded in it and with our enquiry. We're really interested in helping. People develop that capacity to be ready rooted in their experience and then as they're rooted in it they can explore it an inquire into it it. It's kind of interesting. I mean to really elaborate. A little more on that might be useful to. I've used the word presence as if everybody knows what that means but we actually use it in quite a particular way that that might be useful to unpack that a.
"dominic" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"I i think that the intensity and the ability to control one's perception Really is alleviated lot from those things because you can just recognize them as they go. Yeah like this isn't even an actual thing right. This is just this. This arising sensation and then the work becomes learning to then recognize and calm arising sensations and that is a real beautiful form of freedom right. And you know what you're describing there. I think one particular Sort of approach and path right. That really is sort of predicated on you know diving down as you say all the way to these very deep very fundamental Layers of our experience and then seeing how all these other things appear from there and inquiry kind of also offers a different possibility right. Because what you're talking about in a sense is true from a certain perspective of reality. That's true these things off just sensations all you know with certain discriminations or thoughts attached to them at that very deepest level but as we engage in go about life like all the layers in between actually off meaningful. Right actually really do have something to say like. It's it's not just random that it's anger right. Anger is a very particular thing and the the things that are making that happen. The very specifics of what are making that happen. Within your process There is a possibility of finding out those meanings discovering those meanings and those it. It's like the penetration into those meanings that leads one to all these different qualities of being. Not just all the way to the kind of the depth So for example. Like in that example i was giving following that to some way might bring one to the quality of value right in inquiry. We don't really have any goal. We we're not setting out trying to get to any particular state we're not setting out thinking even that one condition is more real than another. All we want to do is be interested in what's arising be open to it and to find out what it is..
"dominic" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"Is kind of set the table. Could you share just a brief overview of what the diamond inquiry is right so diamond inquiry is a particular practice ride. It's a way of working with your in a world and you know there's a whole spectrum of ways of working with the in a world of exploring it and obviously this vast rising tide of interest in it so these range on the one hand from things like meditation. Where second kinds of meditation. You could say a like lowering yourself down into this. The ocean of this in the world and and just kind of being aware of what floats by right seeing the various thoughts and feelings and sensations and noticing them and not picking them up not running with them learning to kind of put them down. So that's one way. Another way of working with the in a world is to like more a psychological type approaches talking about it so talking about to clarify and understand notice what happens in you and maybe draw connections to your history and so on so diamond inquiries really. The kind of amazing thing about this practice is it sort of combines elements of both of those And so basically what it is. It's a way of getting in touch with the immediacy of your experience. Just like you would in meditation to become aware of it and then even more than just aware of it to actually really be feeling it and sensing it and knowing it deeply from the inside and then as you're there as you in touch with bitten it's happening right in front of you. You are then beginning to verbalize it and to explore it by articulating. What you're finding and kind of bringing various questions to try to understand what it is that you are discovering some radio a way of engaging with your in a world that gets you in touch with the immediacy of the experience which you then explode to find out what what is it like. What's going on there. What what is it..
"dominic" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"For the purposes was up in the air. And so all America had at that moment was Rudy Giuliani in terms of leadership, and he hit the ball out the part completely. Yeah, he absolutely did. And think about historically to be able to get his perspectives. Um, obviously John Catsimatidis to it is going to be such a privilege for us. And I'm so glad, Dominic that you and I are going to be there on that really important, important anniversary. Um, so much to talk about. I just think about between what's obviously going on here in New York simultaneously, everything that's been happening in Afghanistan at this time, just where we are in the world. It is the no shortage of things to talk about. And also no shortage of reflections. And as you point out to get, you know, America's mayor in New York's mayor at the time, it was a superb leader and let us through that storm on to get his thoughts. It's going to be so powerful your show last night as well. Yeah, he was really great. Well, he has such a depth of perspective on terrorism, and I can't think of a more important time. To be there and to be able to share those thoughts. And Dominic. It's going to be a privilege to be with you on that day to read that. So ask me the question again tomorrow. Better answer. How about that? That's a deal, and I might have been played a little more Smokey Robinson for you tomorrow to That's how much I love you, Dominic. Okay. I love you, too. Thank you. Thank you Have a great show and everybody I'll talk to you tomorrow night. Red Apple media is proud to celebrate 100 years as one of America's most influential radio stations and New York's first double your baby and W Well, I rfm Hampton bays. From around the world to around the block. This is a W A V c 77 2nd news update. Good morning, everyone. I'm Raymond E, a new federal mandate or on the way President Biden will announce later today a six pronged approach to combating covid 19, including new announcement on mandates and testing. A person familiar with the matter says the mandate will focus on schools and private sector workplaces. Officials say they hope the new approach will provide Americans a clearer view on how the pandemic me and former Afghan president Ashraf Ghani has posted an apology on Twitter. We're leaving the country as the Taliban closed in on Kabul Last month, he posted a statement in English, saying he left at the urging of the palace security. Ghani also denies what he calls quote, baseless allegations. He took millions of dollars belonging to Afghans out of the country and he ended the statement saying, quote I apologize to the Afghan people. I could not make it and differently. Florida congressman Darren Soto has tested positive for Covid 19 and a tweet confirming his diagnosis. The Democratic representative says he is vaccinated and experiencing mild symptoms. He's receiving anti body treatment, but stressed that it's not a substitute for Covid 19 vaccines. He is the sixth member of the House to have had a breakthrough Covid.
"dominic" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"2nd News update. President Biden today traveled to New York and New Jersey to tour areas hit hard by IDA receiving a hostile welcome by some Jersey residents. Biden has repeatedly attributed the flooding that killed at least 50 people to climate change, saying it's now a big problem. We all must face. Police are saying that an NYPD officer killed himself in his Queens home this afternoon. It wasn't immediately clear how the officer took his own life, but sources say he did not shoot himself. A pretrial hearing against accused 9 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four others resumed today after a long covid 19 shut down. Marked K S. M s first quarter appearance in more than a year, but no trial date was set. The five men all face the death penalty if convicted. Britney Spears is a strange father of Jamie filed the petition today to end the conservative ship that has controlled her life for the last 13 years. The news comes more than two months after the pop singer told the judge and a bombshell court hearing that she wanted a legal arrangement to end Here's your weather report from the Ramsey Muslim Weather Center clear outside tonight with a low 68 Tomorrow's Sonny with a chance of storms a high of 83 right now, with 72 degrees. That's your W A. B c 77 2nd News Update A W. ABC traffic and transit reporters Next. I'm Frank Diaz. And remember, the news never stops at w ABC radio dot com. Introducing the Y M C A. What? You already know the Why or so you think? Sure you know the life for a swim. We'll work out even a game of hoops. But did you know we're more than that were a cause when you take.
Afghan Women Stage Rare Protest to Demand Rights Under Taliban
"The Taliban have sought to calm fears that the what that rule will hold for the needy taken of a nation of Afghanistan women bravely took to the streets in the west of the county province of Herat to demand their rights be protected gathering outside of the local governor's office the women as the country's neediest cabinets the rally is a remarkable demonstration of how Afghan women's lives have changed in the past twenty years in desperate need of international aid the Taliban have pledged to let women and girls attend school and allow people to travel freely but many are skeptical and Britain's prime minister Dominic Raab stressed the importance of engaging with the new rulers to test that promises we will not be recognizing the Taliban but we do see that need to be able to have direct engagement I'm Karen Thomas
UK Says Sees Scope for Dialogue With Taliban
"British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has said the British government would engage in dialogue with the Taliban following its takeover of Afghanistan in a joint news conference in Doha with his Qatari counterparts Dominic Raab said it was necessary to talk to the Taliban we will not be recognizing the Taliban but we do see that need to be able to have directing gauge the foreign minister cited concerns about their intentions to form an increase of governments and significant need to prevent international terrorist groups from using the war scarred country as a base we will certainly be judging them yes on the words but more importantly what they're willing to do to live up to the shirts is that they manage diplomatic recognition is crucial for the Taliban to access lanes in aid from international institutions to bolster a plummeting economy I'm Karen Thomas
California fire approaches Lake Tahoe after mass evacuation
"The entire California resort city of south Lake Tahoe was ordered to evacuate in communities just across the state line in Nevada were warned to get ready to leave because of the Caldor fire which has burned more than a hundred and eighty six thousand acres and is just fifteen percent contained hello anon with two other fires and evacuations was ready to do it again Monday that's more out of control and I thought worried about his home packing up his truck with what could fit and looking at the road loses traffic jams I have no idea it was everybody just left at once historically has been this kind of evacuation that's a very tired cal fire PO Dominic Polito at one thirty AM this morning news was a bit chaotic but everyone got out of where they needed to get out according to cal fire at least six hundred and sixty four structures most of them homes have been destroyed the threat across the state is so widespread because of dry conditions the U. S. Forest Service has closed all National Forest until at least September seventeenth I'm Julie Walker
Starfish Prime: Going Nuclear Over the Pacific
"Nineteen fifty eight to september nineteen sixty one but the soviet union and the united states voluntarily put a moratorium on all nuclear testing president. Kennedy was an advocate of ending nuclear testing as he felt it would halt the proliferation of nuclear weapons. If no one can test them anymore. However on august thirty first nineteen sixty one. The soviet union announced that they were going to unilaterally resume testing in response to this. The united states hastily through together what was called operation. Dominic operation dominic was a series of thirty one nuclear tests conducted in the pacific within operation. Dominic was a subset of eleven high altitude nuclear test. Called operation fishbowl. United states had done high altitude tests before in the nineteen fifties operation. Hard tack one. Head launched weapons as highest seventy six kilometers and they were quite large maxing out. At three point four megatons in operation argus. They detonated nuclear weapons much higher from two hundred to five hundred forty kilometers above the earth. But they were much smaller at only one point seven kilotonnes. These initial high atmosphere test raised as many questions as the answered. The report from the starfish. Prime detonation noted quote previous high altitude nuclear tests. Yucca teak orange plus the three argus shots were poorly instrumented and hastily executed despite thorough studies of the meagre data present models of these bursts. Are sketchy and tentative. These models are too uncertain to permit extrapolation to other altitudes and yields with any confidence. Thus there's a strong need not only for better instrumentation but for further tests covering a range of altitudes and yields unquote. Their plan was to detonate a far bigger bomb far higher with better observation equipment than ever before it was given the codename. Starfish prime
"dominic" Discussed on Epicenter
"In the nfc. Bitcoin theorem kind of defy settlement. Liz and we think computations take place on the internet computer blockchain. that's where adapts will really run and a theory mobile commerce set of rails defy settlement dominic. Thank you so much. I have to say i learned a lot. I was Following or influencing the projects in many many years and remember your talks fifteen. I see that your work and the work of your team has been has been quite influential for theory. I believe well the beacon jade and things like that. Yeah for sure for sure. I remember you running around in in shanghai and preaching signatures. So you know. I mean definitive. Originally what happened was in twenty fourteen hours. I was basically trying to adapt traditional consensus for the for the blockchain space. And then i took it that abandoned that project for bunch of reasons but in two thousand fifteen. I took this time support. You know using social sectors and realized like a crate random numbers and essentially network and this would enable me to create fast blockchain's and all the rest of it but originally i mean definitive was conceived as a theorem. Two point zero three three point zero. That was the plan. It was never meant to be an independent but it became apparent. That just wasn't set out to do the kind of our day. There will be required to create incident computer. And that's why became a separate project. And of course there are some different visions. I vision was very cryptography fast and we needed to develop a lot of novel crypto. So you know in some ways. I think they've kind of ironic in the internet. Computer is really or at least mind. Reputation of the world computer vision that i had in two thousand fourteen and he's taken years and years. I'm gonna theory thing because I this is why. I think it's we're at a very interesting juncture. Because if you're today is really the theory of two thousand fourteen With you know some improvements around the edges and the question is where does it go from here and on. But i do believe the internet computer is ready to welcome. That's what i set out to implement and twenty fifteen. And we've probably i mean you know just exerted absolutely massive intellectual and engineering pats single in my head to it doesn't make sense to say ethereal settlements layer and of course that's not what you do computations and that is much closer or like because the computer that What might make much more sense to do computations there. I do think there are slightly. Different tradeoffs soared around security. And i think we have. We have discussed a few absolute to me. became much clearer and also clear house. Two systems might complement each other games. John just finishing off with the you know the differences between chain and traditional blockchain's where every single transaction has rerun to create the state. You know we'll be it the still a danger. The blockchain is reroute rewound rewritten. Which is very bad. At least it's not possible for somebody to actually steal your balance of ether right. So i mean you know if people concerned about that you know. That's a very strong argument. Why theorem defy salmonella in my view. Ob of course is designed to be sokaia mathematics. Go thank you so much pleasure. Thanks for having me. Good luck with thank you product. Yeah thank you. I think we'd have to have you back sooner than in five years but thank you so much for coming on against talking about blockchain this my favorite topics. Thanks a lot. Thank.
"dominic" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"It's quite convenient. His foreign secretaries holiday is is the sort of the westminster talking point rather than the way in which britain has has conducted itself and the way in which the prime minister's conducted himself sounds like dogs are angry. Dominic robbers are is about. Kt because of what you need to point. Isabel just made that the heat on the prime minister's also a fair amount that dominate rob's position. It's actually not very stable. Because the prime minister will be looking to divert attention elsewhere. So could he really lose his job. I think we see embarrassed. Johnson a politician. He's very reluctant. Lease ministers if you think to various situations. You have pretty talented ministerial code. You've had governments in our education and actually in the in. These situations tends that she to suggest. Mp's governor support. the figure. rather than i am. And i think that even though the team and number ten has changed. I think there's often a sense that if the media starts a campaign to push this something. The opposition called for it. The last thing you should do is play to that. She and therefore overseas hard to predict. But i think the fact that dominic robb is just. He does not plan to resign. I think is unlikely to see anything quickly. As there's obviously a question what happens if feature reshuffle. I think that's probably more thing to liberty. Which is if there is a sense that this past in is not the right fit for that job then perhaps even now. But i think so. Far as to say dominic robb will be staying in place as as receives criticism. And then i think will say. I'm as has touched on. You have a situation where boris johnson is being criticized along with dominant rob there lots of. Mp's asking why they're both to hold it. At the same time. Given the dominic robb is his de facto. Deputy you remember. Bush is very ill with covert. It was dominic robb. Who was in charge. So i think you can complete criticize dominic robb. Some of that landing back on boris johnson. I think when you speak to 'em. mp's the cabinet minister. Hugh i think has come the best from this. Who is receiving. The my support from backbenches is ben willis. But then i also think if you look at what the ministry defense is doing is in the process of getting people out and working on the ground whereas dominic robb has is in a tough position in the sense it is more the general strategy and the gts in that sense and is about finally across the atlantic. Is there evidence that president biden's as she softening on his position on they withdrew. I think he's softening his position. But i think there's an attempt to undo some of the damage or at least mitigate some of the damage that he's ferry bullish press conference his press statement on monday night date so he said today that american troops will stay in afghanistan until remaining. Us citizens and those who worked with america are evacuated from the country so an attempt to sorta share that there is some kind of plan for the evacuation rather than the sudden withdrawal. We saw over the past few weeks. Devils have been reports that his team have been trying to shore up his support by contacting democrats who seemed sympathetic to his position to thank them for doing so. So i think there is a recognition that seems to be a recognition being reported this that perhaps even if the plan is still something that joe biden is is happy with the way in which he has communicated at the way in which he has defended..
Discussing Metabolic Health and COVID With Dr. Dominic D’Agostino
"With kobe. The main risk factor. That's not really being discussed as much as it should be is metabolic health. I mean that's why we have. You know the conference metabolic health summit which is bringing together clinicians and scientists and networker z- To discuss this topic before kovac's even hit And we do know that if you have hyperinsulinemia hyperglycemia in type two diabetes. If you're overweight if you're obese your astronomically at a higher risk for contracting but having a poor outcome if you have covered nineteen infections whether it be you know just your immune system or your Atherogenic risk or your body's ability to cope if you have hyperglycemia and high inflammation. That's a bird in that your body has to deal with in addition to the covert infection. And that could also exacerbate the inflammatory response so having optimal metabolic health in terms of low insulin. Low glycemic variability low glucose overall And just optimizing your cardio. Metabolic biomarkers is the way to combat this Disease and it's not. There's not a whole lot of attention. funding resources being put into that right now.
Phils Win 6th Straight, Beat Mets to Take Over NL East Lead
"The phone is within the first place in the national a case of a four two win over the Mets Philadelphia the one thing lead in the bottom of the second inning on a solo home run by Didi Gregorius New York tied the game in the top of the third on Dominic Smith's RBI single the Phils regained the lead for good in the bottom of the fifth R. RBI single by winning pitcher Kyle Gibson I don't know that I really could imagine kind of what this semester would look like you know six days being here and we win no six out of the first seven games and and we go from you know three or four back to being ahead Bryce Harper added some insurance in the bottom of the eighth with a two run home from his nineteenth for the Phils half game lead over the Max Michael Luongo Philadelphia
Iran Swears in New Hard-Line President Amid Regional Tension
"For he may see the protege of Iran's supreme leader has been sworn in as the country's new presidents and construct case to mark a new chapter in Iran during a ceremony in parliament please see the full judiciary chief the tense time the country is going through crippling sanctions is talks to salvage it twenty fifteen you could tell his story in his address race he stressed diplomacy to to ask questions he also said he would make this a subtle reference to Sunni rival Saudi Arabia however the needy inaugurated president say stay to Toronto designed to expand it the silence to those across the region UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab says you know curation could create two new stop provides a crossroads moment five Iran has a new president the integrated this week and there's a crossroads a set of opportunities hi I'm Karen Thomas
Conservatives Need to Draw the Line to Curtail Ubiquitous Porn
"And i i really believe that the porn example is a pretty good. I think there's broad agreement here that we need to curtail. The spread of ubiquitous hot high-speed pornography in our culture. There were two laws passed for this in the nineteen ninety s with a republican house and a democrat senate democrat president the communications decency act which we actually argue a lot about now because of its section to thirty provision for big tech and the child online protection act. The cd was gutted by the supreme court and the copa. The child online protection act was held up in the courts as well but there was overwhelming support for this. I talked to a lot of young conservatives. As do you young conservatives in particular really want to curtail this stuff. And i i think. Beginning with obscenity as a way to kind of sh- finally have some limits. Some standards here is a great way to begin. There's no first amendment protection for it. And it's a recognition that liberty requires the suppression of of certain appetites and liberal education requires the cultivation of certain virtues and a conservative society needs prudence. We need to be able to say yeah. Words means something we can kind of know things in and we can kind of guide how we're going to govern ourselves and we really can't tell the difference between drag wing story our in church on sunday or a porn star and political speech than we can't tell the difference between between anything and we can't govern ourselves but just fascinated that really sharp people whether david french ben dominic That they would fall for this. I mean it seems to be kind of pure libertarianism. that in in seconds falls apart. I mean we just said it right. You know if you wanna bring. Let's bring in the racist. We wanted to be a big ten. I don't have to agree with them. But bring them in. No listen speaking of buckley when he founded national review in the fifties He specifically said that we're not going to let the john birch irs in. He understood that there are. We wanted to be as big a tent as can be but we have to draw the line. If pita can't do that everything falls
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