18 Burst results for "Don Willett"

"don willett" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:33 min | 3 months ago

"don willett" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Out of what was more or less a warehouse. Russ and mike. I forgot to tell you. Mark is going to get us. All tesla's great. I've already got a checks cone. Take the suv. Y a drum set. That's only reason. Just want the one that you can like order to dance. You know i. It seems like he was only dances to landing on water. So god never mind. I think it's i just think it's pretty cool. That you work with neil in any capacity and then Did you tell you literally said to him. Like you should take this to detroit. Because he did take it to detroit at one point didn't he. Did he did. After the fact they brought it up shouted the bill sword and and a bunch of people at ford motor company and then i think they filmed a segment at the old lincoln plant which has gone. Now they tore that down in wixom. what yeah. I told him that. But i didn't push him horrid on it now. What was it like as a neil fan to meet neil. i'm was it was. It was incredible. I mean it was. You know. I'm not much of a fan boy but i was kind of weirded out There's this hotel to jonathan. Suggested everyone stay in. So i got a room. They're sitting. i just eating breakfast and i was. I talked to la johnson and they were going to pick me up and and get me over to the shop. And so i'm sitting there and kind of look. I'm reading the paper and then the two guys that come up standing in front of me and i thought what's this old guy want and it's and it's kneel registered that that it was him sounds pretty funny but it was pretty cool. I i have to admit. Jonathan had a cub. Think kid or two kids so there was like plastic guitars laying around the shop. At one point neal picked it up and played ghostwriters in the sky. So fucking cool it was. It was pretty amazing video. They show him playing like a small. I don't know what you call those guitars there. That really guitar yeah one of those catalogues and stuff was playing. It was either cough up the bucks or one of the songs and so it's like he was like the wheels turning was focusing on this car but also like the music. I guess was the frustration. Must have been inspiring him ever or at least something. The hope that it would turn out so the car turned out to like. It's a hybrid. Right wasn't fully electric now fully elect. It was it was electrically powered but it had you know it was beyond just a plug in with batteries of a at had a regenerative source. So i mean. I can't even imagine an electric engine roy. How much did you say it was. Ross six thousand pounds. Luke said fifty seven hundred fifty seven hundred. I mean kenan. Electric motor pool dot com and away. Yeah it can. I mean Some of the things detroit student. Now like the f-series lightning fool. Ev pickup trucks. They can pull. Won't last long. You know the the battery is depleted pretty fast. So yeah i mean. I think it was a what really on the technical side. What really attracted to me was that they were just trying something new and they were winging it and it was pretty pretty exciting from that perspective mark. Where do you think that any of you guys did on car. Advanced technology like say was was contributed to this process of trying to find alternative seal vehicle like was there anything that the ford people you think they've taken from this or or it's it's doubtful because some of it was real kind of back backyard mechanic stuff but i you know i think that it just made. The bigger point of that core was to get everyone thinking and make everyone's minds that change. You know we start into so. I think that that was the biggest thing that came out of it. I think there's an argument to say that. Maybe it did. I mean like tesla. I guess tesla was a baby at that point but now i just remember. The you know the Even at that point. What's the prius had. Just come out and everyone was thinking about it. And i think now like that's really i mean with all the shit going on like a lot of people are thinking about it now. Is it mercedes benz. That's going to go full electric and what five years most of them are claiming that they are. Yeah yeah. I mean i've got. I've got an easy my garage right now company car but that were playing with but it's pure pure electric and it's fantastic. Do you won't burn your garage. Don willett out. That's what i was gonna ask marg. I was going to ask if you were there for that experience for the fire. Yeah now no. And i did make a call to see if any of our stuff was in it and it wasn't. I was kinda curious about that in european. I was really bummed me out when that happened. Because i thought it a little bit of setback just for the concept in general well in your opinion because the field. You work in do you. Do you see it going that way. You see because i remember. There's a line in the little documentary series. Where neil he says you know. The combustible engine is like don way out. Do you see that coming or now. Personally i think is more likely in europe and in places like japan which eric rest and condensed. And there's lots of people and not a great distance drive here. it's gonna take longer. I mean you just can't get the range out of for for the average american that wants to drive five hundred miles. I just came back from cape cod last month. And i was like yeah. We'll just do it. All in one shot so i thought about that should have swung into fitchburg. That's close. I think that you know as long as the people in power have an interest in fossil fuels tough. Yeah it's gonna be. It's it's amazing how far it's come. You know like you were talking about the ford trucks. Now and and You know mercedes benz all you know. It's it's amazing that it's gotten that far that they're actually putting it in commercials now have reached out to kneel yet to try and put a all electric in a ford aerostar. Yeah we could we. Maybe i contact him. Maybe the problems is isn't anything other than just the choice of the if you put the electric motor in an aerostar. It's completely quiet..

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"don willett" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

06:19 min | 4 months ago

"don willett" Discussed on Bigmouth

"Southland voice. Cussing through new. Forget that it's not out green. Curtis mayfield. I really enjoyed that. But there's an element of those very lovey dovey kisses songs. And that's the thing that made me feel slightly uncomfortable don willett tulsa quiet and i'll show i'm it's one of those things i'm gonna go back and give it another. Listen and jason does quite a lot of male mind. Here isn't the you've tried one. I'm not worthy. Stick around on tears macron and right to the boy you give joy that last shot blackboards about the celebration of regular black kids doing their thing. Not just a you know how he can be positive just to watch youth in action and imagine or maybe remember what you will when you let them. I find it really joyful record and also who is a great sense of humor. He's got a lovely persona. You just think that person. I would definitely go for appointment i wanted to do. Well what do you feel about. A sweet soul is at the time when the sweet sola mine cynical. One in the in the mom. Well you know you. it's all part. The smallest boat isn't it. You know that one knows you don't want to stay on if you play. But since i think the quality is very that record write the fullest. Whatever is four fives absolute bangers shannon loved resto good the first whatever comment about i five. Maybe cancelled me away. So i'm you know i was. I was it was as you know. Andrew says it was a lovely holiday. Exactly i mean again. That's why i say. I didn't think i liked to as much as i thought i would. But what it has done is is. Certainly you'll after michael when your love for andrew makes me think okay i listen again because i love the references and i coming from essex. I have no problem with so did my house twenty four hours a day and i think sometimes it's it's not as easy to make sweet soul as you think you know when you think of didn't say it was as and when he was doing. I mean to me. Dan's by why he isn't saying as big as prince is beyond me because that laws album sire is just one of the greatest things i've ever heard and i think you want all those things together and this reminded me of that at times off fact. Echoes it sergeant cope in any. I emailed the amazing every if it was still in the world of music magazine. Titles worth an extra star on his own. I think yes also. It has meaning as well because it is actually. It is a group effort. There is a huge swathe collaborates on this swindle. The the the grind electronica produces on that guy chambers. Zoe like what did you want to. You know you didn't. You're in the right. So i'm putting this alongside the green tea paying amazing record of the the fact that could pick up infringe costa very rude. Let's go the right time for another song selection from one of our guests. Let's move swiftly. On daryl easley. What have you bought in today from. Darby's your set. I'm laughing because i just i i heard it. I can't get over it in. Its way it is what it is. Blitz toys zoom and the way that toyota has been able to sort of reinvent herself as many have over locked down but then horn robot. Free sunday lunch in one of the joys of lockdown and a got more and more bizarre saw an oromo sort of titillating as it went on the thing is i mean obviously the match of the two of them has always been like pops couple and other nutrients saw them mr mrs about ten years ago. Miss that it won't because facing i king crimson nairobi. Trip is the ultimate sort of polymath. Say in there in his is three piece suit making these guitar shapes that sound lightly not from a scrap heap and you know is seen as po faced. You know he sits there. Don't miss playing these things. I'm when he's with his wife he's just this big soapy bundy and it's lovely the fact he has this wimborne axon and does sound like you know one of the worst geographically role but not knowing also and he said like dare every you and all of that the fact together. I'm just having. The time of their lives has repositioned both of them. This single. She's coming cool posh pulp. She's of many psyching out hustle. I'm sixty and i'm i'm here's what i'm saying is all about how you become a celebrity on the internet and it has got daft videos. You imagine and rips. I playing guitar next to her. And she gets the challenge to dress up and it just makes you remember initially before it's a mystery and all of that jay was there and i e r on blue meaning in some shape was a proper player national theater performance using jubilee and she was making so out. This sort of posting. I suppose and he was treated rather sexist. Louis in l. days wasn't shea is called possibly an all teast. She's just she's just a widow with the stupid. Yeah yes but she's not just widow with the stupidest. let's give it a lesson. Zoom zoom naito realized count. It is sadly ten years since multiple. Grammy winner amy. One house.

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"don willett" Discussed on Paradigm Shift Wrestling

Paradigm Shift Wrestling

05:08 min | 4 months ago

"don willett" Discussed on Paradigm Shift Wrestling

"I would buy it for me yet. The money we we to fizzle alison account you at your time. Once he worked really hard saves the soga aren't trade. he's been won that game for years following on youtube. Okay cool yeah But but anyway she's like he he was because you down. He felt like it reflected. It was because he would call duty and like when i don willett his demeanor immediately truck and he had been happy about it he thought i was going to be happy Okay so i inadvertently came off as the asshole. So when he and. I talked before i went to bed it was. Hey i to make sure that we're on the same page. Because your mom told me that i may not properly explain why was unhappy with what he did. And so i- broke. It's out missing your hayim. I'm sorry for making you feel that way. That was not my intent. You know when a nature he and i were on the same page and when we fixed that communication stuff you know. There's too many times in narcissistic situations or you know as like oh no. He'll be fine. He's to respect me any way up in having having you know thinking that authorities should be completely just fair and not hard of art right. I think we talked about. You've ever by little bit of respect that they have to earn really most of it right exactly and and i don't want my son defeat my son to feel like he has to respect me. I wanna make sure he wants to respect me. Because when he says he wants to respect me he communicates better. It's it's it's it's that that's why breaking the cycle because i came from a long narcissism. There's a lot of narcissism in my childhood not taking responsibility circling black wing. It since one of the reasons. I hate my birthday. I do not celebrate. My birthday. adult like acknowledge that you'll notice will not ever see my birthday on facebook. I i have had like people trying to surprise me. Put me in an exciting tech. Seven eight Because of that. But i don't want my son. I just breaking that cycle. Because that's how he learns. Hey i need to say you know. I handled that once. I called daniel at yeah. I didn't come across correctly on. I handled after. I was wrong when i said that i've heard him. You know own up to steph. When he said stuff he shouldn't have to his friends are made or be joke. I'm sorry that wasn't mindset like that's that's that's a good thing. Yeah i don't in. In those instances i said ruled down beforehand. I don't do it after. I sent beforehand my my son. He hasn't computer. Becky becca in the room. I have minded. I'm on now free to play for as long as he wants when he is but what he wants to play on mine. I have to be here. He realizes that would he her up all night. He can't download any. She already knows that ahead of time are if he does something you know if he does some after the fat then we discuss it but yeah i just said that everything before he had the role it has been in place so like he he understood why like it was in here. And you're at once. We made sure we talk. He understood where was he understood that it was because he had broken. Because i spent a. That's been a real monrovia us right. Why he thought he thought i was mad because of of something else and he shut down before he ended what it was is because of how i approach it now handled it. He shut down before. I was able to properly explain right and so had i handled it. Approached it better not just reacted and k punishment. Time than it would have been different. Or that's i had owner right and that's one of those things is sometimes you. It's important it's important to do that. Because that's how they they get that that understanding odd tiny the owner. Well the thing about you know my kids my oldest is really with. He was when he was younger. My two young woman's is well. Let's is what i try to try to break it from all sides of front that way. If they have questions they can ask me then. You should not go back and talk about it all the time. The only are really got it say is my younger boy. He's been three hundred and thirty dollars a fortnight on my car. You.

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"don willett" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

05:53 min | 5 months ago

"don willett" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"As what is the death of his mother. And i love the way that you spoke about him. Meeting graham on a blind date court. He arrived carrying the heavyweight of low expectations. But that that partnership worked up. Usually harry is another character and he seems to be the connection in the small close community when islands families are iman bruni island burnt. Don willett. did he suggest arlene and her family leave. Say he knows. Tom and nora and he is aware that tom has moved away to sydney for a time. And the tom's house the mud-brick house which features and is built in. I smoke house. Story is vacant so he suggests it they might be able to move there many years later. It's the daughter of this group. Where does he suggest. The daughter works for nora in the i frame house which sits below the property of the mud-brick house. This story brings us back to smoke house. To and the final chapter court nora wished more fervently than anything some semblance predictability was exhausted by the impossibility of understanding. The ships went from one moment to the next. She's talking about ali. What's happened to it. It's really sad. It's really sad. I didn't set out to write it this way. But this is just inner stories of all of the way they decide to evolve and very sadly for only he develops dementia. You have written about her feelings about it. And you know his inconsistency and everything particularly well did you. Have you researched this dementia or lived at live. I haven't lived it. I know people who have I have family members who have an. I did quite a lot of research. But i'm really interested in is is showing that it's not you know. It's not really a black and white response that you have to those kinds of Adversities in your life. It's not just will. This is all sadness. Sadness in light and there's resentment in his anger another court nor wished that could one back to the beginning and start again. She would do it all the same. Only the ending would be different and you think oh yes Well you gave us characters that we cared about melissa. Manning has created resilient characters who live in a small community of southern tasmania in the linked stories of smoke house..

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"don willett" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"don willett" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And today they're really serve is more of a public spectacle than anything else. Thinking back to those hearings. Zach if a vacancy were to occur between now and the presidential election, or even now and Inauguration Day in January. Is this going to be sort of like throwing gasoline on a raging partisan fire and If so, would anybody really want a nomination after what they would have to go through? Things like throwing gasoline on a fire is putting it mildly. It would be like the political apocalypse in a lot of ways. If you think that's right before Donald Trump was elected president, Justice Antonin Scalia passed away unexpectedly and Barack Obama nominated Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court. And Mitch McConnell. The other Republicans in the Senate, basically said they weren't going to fill that Supreme Court in a presidential election year. And so I think based on what happened in 2016, certainly Democratic members of the Senate, others we'd likely pushed back very aggressively against the president, filling a Supreme Court vacancy either before the election are after the election if you were to lose And so it would certainly be a very intense situation in a lot of ways. It certainly would. And under those circumstances, whoever the president nominates, could meet the same fate as married Garland, which is ultimately there was no confirmation vote in President Trump took office and we moved on. Let's talk about a couple of potential Supreme Court nominees. As we look through the last two processes, particularly with Kavanaugh, runner up, if you will was Tom Hardiman, Can you talk a bit about him? And would he be a front runner for this time around? Should a vacancy occur? President Trump When he made his last two nominations, the Supreme Court he basically said he was making them off of a list that he had already compiled, established embedded through the White House and others in the conservative legal movement. And so President. Trump has said that he's going to put out a list again to nominate individuals of the vacancy were to occur. And so what My and my colleague John Malcolm at the Heritage Foundation have done. We camp out a list of about 14 or so names that we highlighted that we said we'd be great additions to the Supreme Court and the President Trump should consider And so Tom Hardiman was one of the names that we included on our list. He's currently a judge on the U. S Court of Appeals for the third Circuit is a fantastic personal story. He drove a cab to support himself through law school. But more importantly, his decisions since he's been on the bench has shown that he's a constitutionally committed judge. He understands that the role of judges is another roll. Judges make law. Is grow of judges to interpret the law as it is written, and so far he's done a great job at that. And he would be a great addition to the Supreme Court. Given the fact that the United States Senate has two and this is now by majority vote. Approve or confirm any potential appointment to the Supreme Court. Mike Lee, who is a U S senator from Utah has been prominently mentioned. Would there be a confirmation advantage to having a member of the Senate be nominated because likely he would be extremely well known and hopefully reasonably well liked by his colleagues. Generally was not one of the 40 names. We highlighted in our current list that we released, but he was heritages, originalist and like we mentioned in our recently released article, we stand by all of the names on our original list, a swell as well and that includes people like Don Willett. Paul comment Die inside Bill Pryor. All those individuals would also be great additions to the Supreme Court. It's hard to say whether there will be a confirmation advantage for Senator Lee been quite some time since we had Had a sitting member of the Senate who was nominated and confirmed to the Supreme Court by Senator he would certainly be familiar with his colleagues certainly be familiar with Senate processes that are used and so there could be an advantage and regardless, Michael would also make like I'll say about everybody would make a fantastic addition to the Supreme Court. So we have this list and the Heritage Foundation and other organizations have very carefully vetted these potential nominees..

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"don willett" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"don willett" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You should have called me. I don't report buzz much, but since you brought it up The stronger rumors that judge Justice a lead I was going to quit. Justice Thomas will never quit and that Justice Alito opens up the opportunity to put on rate Catholic again or David Straws or Don Willett. That, if indeed, Justice Thomas, where to retire would be all melt the part. That was a done deal. If it's justice, Thomas and Alito Ha! That's that. That is what my you know what happens at this time of the year. Is that People begin working the rest and I'm hardly a raft. But I've got a column in the Washington Post and so they start working me about. You know, this person would be great if Alito quit, and this person would be great if Tom has quit and they everybody agrees with what you just said if Thomas were to quit. You were to say, Look, I'm 72. I've done my share. But Robert, did you run into anyone Who told you what he said? He swore the oath that he wasn't going to leave his job until the last person who voted against his nomination and left the Senate. Les, he's still there. Held is Judge Justice Alito. I think he's 74 might be 72. I'm not sure, but he hates the buzz is his wife hates Washington D C more than my wife does, which means she's a 12 on a scale of 10. Andi. I mean, there are people who hate this town. I mean, hate it. And I'm not one of my love it. You love it, but But catching Mrs Hewitt, get me out of here. Get me to California. Get me two man. Get me anywhere. But here and after this week to Robert, In fact, you stay here in August. I mean, because of the pandemic. I'll be staying here. I will always do. General. I don't really take vacation here. Well, I knew that. But what do I mean? Yesterday I did a six mile run. I was almost entered. I mean, almost Primed for the rest of the day was terrible When you can't you can't even really walk outside. Right now. You know what? Let's just let's just moan and let the rest of the country note for a second. Robert caused a You are the host of Washington Week in review. I want you to vote Just one show. How awful Washington, DC is from this time And how bad is it? Robert Costa. The thing is, he reminded every year that this is a swamp, literally a swamp and that it sucks the oxygen out of the air. Potomac's a Beautiful river other times of the year, But it seems to just I developed the whole city. This the humidity is so thick you could cut it with a knife and its and Congress is usually out of town because they're campaigning is a dead city in terms of entertainment, sometimes in August and fun and events. And it's so hot and so you but I think you ought to do an entire Washington Week in review on Radio so great.

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"don willett" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"don willett" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"don willett" Discussed on Liberaleren Podcast

Liberaleren Podcast

19:37 min | 1 year ago

"don willett" Discussed on Liberaleren Podcast

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"don willett" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"don willett" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"What were your favorite or what do you think were the best three transfers this window in give a quick like why do you think that <hes> I think in hazard that's great for a Real Madrid? They really need a talisman or star player to really motivate that team. <hes> I really like <hes> Luca Yo vic from <hes> Eintracht Frankfurt going to Real Madrid. I I've watched them ally. He's a great player. He's he's going to. I hope he's I'm GonNA light it up in the Champions League as well as Lolita and I I'm trying to think of a third one <hes> Tom's new player <hes> debate. I can't go out and he I I get that he didn't get many assists or many goals but he as as <hes> play Creator and as as <hes> as that kind of player. I think that's what like Tottenham needs in order to really you know strengthen the defense as well as have a play creator from the back so that way they don't have Christian Eric's moving well. I don't know if he's going to stay but Christian Eric's coming into the back and then pushing the ball forward yeah I think that's what they needed to solidify that midfield and you need a back to back quake running back. You need someone to really just you know be controlling that midfield. I think that was a great great transfer by Tottenham Kyle who were your favorite or your favorite three transfers and why <hes> number three I think would definitely be Don Willett us first because Holy Shit the Spurs signed somebody. My mind is blown true. <hes> if we're saying favorite I guess I can't say his Art Madrid because that breaks my heart so I'll say Yovich <hes> to Madrid instead and and then number one would have to Greece to Barcelona since we just broke transfer yeah. I mean that pretty much. You know that Barcelona attack was already terrifying announce. Even I mean every time they show up on the pitch. The other team center backed up to be like fuck like it's going to be a rough day at the office so <hes> Yeah I love all these guys and that's all the questions we have Alex Kyle. Thank you so much for hanging now. It is now ten oh eight P._M.. On the East Coast I guess it would be nine o'clock your time or you guys in our back. You got it okay. I know how time works all right. Well Kyle Alex. Thank you guys so much <hes>. If you WANNA talk to these guys about their your opinions or you know just hanging out come during the discord channel the lads discord <hes> just send me a message on any of our social media channels twitter instagram facebook also follow all those because you love us and you can join the discovery channel. It's a great place wonderful dudes. They're those weird way to describe. All you guys but yet guys are you guys are awesome Alex Kyle <hes>. Do you have anything to plug a sorted you kyle anything to plug or any last words nothing applause. Just thanks for having me on yeah. You were a great man. Appreciate it and you know even though we're London rivals you are a pleasure to have on Alex anything to say anything to plug gotta plug that discord. I Really WanNa talk to more people on there especially especially since we have a lot of people already talking a lot about like sports beer <hes> just anything in general and everything under the Sun and it's really fun I I would like to get on more but unfortunately job and stuff but <hes> if you're talking soccer I would love to do that because there's not as you can. Tell there's probably not many soccer players out in the mid West. Everybody's playing football or baseball or something like that so some some reassurance would be nice yeah and that's what I love of about discord not to hold you guys any longer. I think it's great that you know this. You know lads whatever it is now that the blog at the podcast. It's you know memes on social media. It's great because more people can come together from across the country and you know a lot of people like to drink and you know we're getting more people like soccer so it's really pretty fucking awesome so guys. Thank you so much for coming on and hope to have you guys ought again. You're awesome awesome thank you.

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"don willett" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:30 min | 3 years ago

"don willett" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I got dragged back into the conservative thing by Andrew Breitbart about ten years ago about same time as Hugh Hewitt. And of course, I'm a retired United States army Colonel who deployed to Desert Storm and Kozovo and a whole bunch of disasters here at home. And you are stuck with me for the next three hours. Let's get right to the news because things are happening. And and not all of them are good from the Washington Post Joanna Slater Indian fighter jets cross into Pakistani territory launch targeted airstrikes, India launched an airstrike in Pakistan early Tuesday in an attack an act of retaliation for a terrorist attack that killed forty Indian paramilitary officers in Kashmir on February fourteenth, India's foreign secretary VJ go collie told reporters that the strike targeted a training camp run by judge e Mohammad the Pakistan based militant group that claimed responsibility for the attack this month. He said a large number of militants were eliminated in the operation. Indian prime minister Narendra Modi has faced intense pressure to respond to the February fourteen attack Tuesday's air full airstrike. Inflame tensions. Between the two nuclear-armed rivals who presented vastly differing pictures of what occurred in the incident, according to the Pakistan military spokesman Major General Ashif Ghafoor Indian jets crossed into cross the line that divides much of Kashmir between India and Pakistan a boundary. There is not considered an international border. He said they then dropped a payload near Bala cot, which is about twenty five miles away. Just inside the Pakistani province of Khyber pack who not trouble. Kali India's foreign secretary said the Indian strike was based on credible intelligence that further and further attacks were being planned by Josh Muhammad, which is designated a terrorist organization by the United States. Now, if you go over to Bloomberg Bloomberg reports more than three hundred people were killed in the airstrikes at the camp belonging to the terrorist group joshing Mohammed that has trained suicide bombers according to an Indian officials speaking on the condition of anonymity. This is not good news. India has nuclear weapons Pakistan has nuclear weapons and the cashmere line has been a bloody bloody scar across the territory between these student great nations for a long time. This is not good, folks. This is really bad. Now, you may remember not too many years ago. A bunch of terrorists from Pakistan infiltrated in Mumbai and went on a killing spree unless scores dead. This is not unusual. This has been going on for a long time Pakistan has the ability to clamp down on these folks. And it's not doing it. We Americans understand this ourselves because we've experienced Afghanistan, the Taliban has used northern Pakistan as a refuge, a safe haven, if you will kind of a safe haven because we sometimes go in there with our drones and with our special forces, but they've used as a safe haven to attack. Pakistan needs to get control of its territory, and they need to do it quickly. This is intolerable and the Indian government is simply not going to tolerate it any longer. If that wasn't bad enough. We've still got trouble in Venezuela, though, things are getting a little interesting there, apparently the Maduro government detained Jose Ramos of Univision for a short time after he asked some unpleasant questions. Mr. Ramos was released pretty quickly mostly because he is Mr. Ramos, and he is a super annoying, man. He is a very annoying man and Madurai will probably just didn't want him around. I think that's probably the only only reasonable expert explanation for this more stuff going on a judge a judge named let me get this guy. Let me get this straight. In the southern district of Houston. A federal court judge has ruled that the military selective service act is unconstitutional because women don't have to register. Now when you turn eighteen you go and you register for selective service. You guys remember doing this? If you don't do it. You can't get the student loans and all the other things going and you register for the draft. And of course, we haven't had a draft in what forty five years, but in case women don't have to register. And this judge looked at this recently and said, well, wait a minute things have changed back. When the selective service act was put into effect women could not be in combat positions. You couldn't be an infantry officer. You couldn't be a tanker? You couldn't be a combat engineer. You couldn't be a pilot? Well, we we know all that is. Has changed. There are many women pilots women are in the engineers. And in fact, women are now allowed in combat positions. Very controversial. But the judge said wait a minute if they're allowed in any position. It is not reasonable not to register them. There's no reason not to do that. Except the embrace of ancient stereotypes about women, and what women can and can't do. Now, I served overseas. I had women in my units. I had. Women and leader position leadership positions over me. The question women in combat is not a question of harp. Folks. It is not a question of dedication or patriotism, in many cases, it is a question of physical size. Now if you are carrying. One hundred pounds of gear. Including a weapon, and ammo and food and water and all sorts of other stuff. I gotta tell you. It's hard and you need to be physically large. There are not a lot of women who meet the physical. Standards to be in a combat. Yeah. Now, sometimes sometimes they pushed the line. You know, sometimes they sometimes they don't enforce the standards. And that's that's just a fact, but the thing is if you are one hundred and twenty pounds woman, you're not going to be able to walk around with one hundred pounds of gear. It's a question of physical size should women. Register for the draft. This judge says so it'll go up to fifth circuit. I think our friend. Judge Don Willett is on that panel. We'll see what they have to say. But you know, we really need as a society to take a look at what we're doing with our military forces. Again, it's not a question of heart. It's a question of physicality do we want women in combat units? When women by and large the vast majority of them are not physically able. To do the physical things that ground combat required that we're not really talking about aviation. We're not talking about somebody flying an Apache attack helicopter. We're not timeout someday flying an f fifteen or an eight ten we'll be talking to Martha mcsally Senator mcsally of Arizona who commanded an eight ten squadron flew in combat. We'll be talking to her later this week about North Korea. That's not what we're talking about. We're talking about the people putting on one hundred pound rucksack and their battlegear, and you got your, you know, your kevlar plates in your ammunition, and you're carrying your four and all that other stuff. If you're just not that big you're going to have a real problem. That's just how it is. It's not a critique of women. Not by any means. I remember one time we're Desert Storm. I I ran a heavily armed car wash at the time. The time. I was what's called chemical officer. I was nine infantry officer became one later. And I had women in the unit, and I had one squad leader e six staff sergeant and she she deploys and she's like wearing like this veil. And I'm like a certain what are you? What are you doing? Nothing. Here's some going on. Turns out she had this photosensitive skin disease. And of course, even in winter Saudi Arabia could be pretty sunny. We've actually had to send her home. She'd wanna go. She didn't want to leave her soldiers. That's hard. That's patriotism. That's dedication. But she had a physical limitation, and that particular one wasn't wasn't related to hear her being a woman. But when you have a physical limitation. It's not a critique of who.

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"don willett" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:24 min | 3 years ago

"don willett" Discussed on WTVN

"On late term abortions. It's really quite a sad thing. That will be talking about something that applies to the health life, health and ability to have other children. Never has to say. Apply. His attitude. By the president doubling down on this issue and bring it up in the state of the union address every single voter who values life is going to vote for him. I laugh sometimes at the never Trumpers. I I don't really understand the mindset this this late in the presidency. I mean, yeah. Like, Mark I have my disagreements with the president to and like Mark, I mentioned them. I don't hide from them you deserve honesty from your talk show host for you. And I and for you and Mark to have a relationship. You gotta be honest. So when I disagree with the president, I say, so but overall the terms of the conservative justices and judges that he's appointing. I mean, the stuff on the on the courts that you don't even hear about because it doesn't make national news in less. Senator Macy Hirano's asking about dwarf tossing that really happened. Otherwise, it doesn't make national news. But the fact is that the appellate court and circuit courts. The president is nominating conservative originalist judges at record pace, redefining the federal judiciary. You know, what I I'm not a fan of tariffs, but that's a policy we can deal with that. I'm not a fan of this idea of paid parental leave. By the federal government, but we can deal with that. It's a policy issue. The courts, though, as you know, so radical women courts control the country, you can't deal with that. That's decades of power right there. And the fact is when Donald Trump is holding to his promise of appointing nothing, but originalist judge justices and judges throughout the courts throughout the courts guys. Like, Don Willett let for example. He's doing that. And that is why the left truly hates him. Just so, you know, that's really why the left truly hates them because at the end of the day he'd throughout some policies the other night Democrats should love. I mean, I was cringing at a couple of them here this massive infrastructure Bill. I'm not really big on that this idea of paid parental leave the federal I'm not that's not my thing. But the Democrats for years have been talking about this stuff. And yet today Adam Schiff is is talking about new investigations. They don't want to give him a winner in anything Democrats should sign onto the massive infrastructure spending, Bill and Republicans should be voting. No, most of them should be the opposite. Right. President comes out, and it post-partisan way and says we're going to do these things a lot of Republicans. Don't like Democrats will not go along with it. You know, why? Because they do not want to give him a win in advance at twenty twenty. They don't want to give him a win that would mean jobs for people US mean a lot of things they won't do it. Because if he gets reelected in twenty twenty it's game set match baby with the courts. It's over for a very very long time. You're gonna have another four years of a president appointing conservative originalist judges who will uphold the constitution and not right loss from the bench. And that's going to be a transformative time in our nation's history to maybe peel back some of this nonsense that the left has introduced on our society by mandating it the courts because they could never win in the court of public opinion, meaning the legislature, and because they can't win in the court of public opinion, meaning the legislature. They force it on us. They forced their will on us through the courts, their ideas, don't sell. That's why they need the courts to why they need the courts to advance their left this utopian agenda because if it was popular these things would would would pass in legislatures. They don't outside of kooky places, like New York and California. Massachusetts. And they will always try to force their will on you and me and take away your freedom at the same time because as much as they want their agenda put on you. They'll make you having your liberty and freedom as difficult as possible for an example, new gun Bill would require buyers to reveal their social media history. Right. So in order for you, then to exercise your second amendment. You would have to turn over to the government. Your tweets your Facebook post, your emails, and I guess a committee would would review all that and decide whether or not you're worthy of exercising. Your second amendment right to defend yourself and your family. To be able if necessary to for the people to at some point if necessary defend from tyranny, a committee would decide that. I guess. Well, I don't know they based on these tweets we just out of I don't know your Twitter history is a little bit unhinged. I think we're going to now deny you your second amendment rights. Could you imagine any other right being taken away from you by a committee based on what you say, which is also protected by the first amendment? Could you imagine that you like a committee sat around and say well based on your Twitter history. We don't think warrants should apply to you. We're just gonna go and raise your house, and no due process for you and no trial for you either. We've decided that and we're going to quarter troops in your house to and we're going to do that. Oh, and cruel and unusual punishment. No longer applies to you based on your tweets. So yes, we're going to draw and quarter. You like old school times? Tar and feather, and they have plenty of tar shoe polish whatnot in Virginia. So they can certainly pull that off. It's the only right in the constitution that the left continuously pretends is not in the Bill of rights, and they want to just go after you. But that's part. What I know. Mark levin. Mark always talks about with with the soft tyranny, which is now becoming a hard tyranny. And in order for that to be accomplished in order for their utopia to to evolve you have to lose certain freedoms you understand. But at the end of the day, a lot of this with the abortion thing comes down to climate change to it's all sort of related. There was a story and political a couple of years ago with the pope actually wasn't a couple years ago a couple of months ago, and it was from politico a couple of years ago, what does abortion have to do with climate change? And it's all these UN groups in these international groups who talk about overpopulation, and by the way, overpopulation is a myth in a scam. This world, we're doing better now with more people, thanks to technology. We're living longer healthier. We're richer the world there's diseases radical technology and population has been an outstanding thing for this planet. But there are still kooks out there who say the population bomb based on this book that was completely wrong. And so that's part of actually what their thesis is you've got to control population in some way, shape or form for the good of the environment. Now look out Sandra acacia Cortez's little kooky Bill is not going to pass. Thank God now. But it may in the future. May in the future is they make all these issues much more socially acceptable to talk about remember what I said years ago, they never the Democrats who have never even talked about late term abortion where we now years ago democrat never even uttered the word socialism. Where are we? Now. That's the point little by little they make these things part of the lexicon of conversation and then slowly. And surely, it becomes reality. This is not an accident. Absolutely one hundred percent bydesign without question. Eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one the marklevinshow with me. Rich Zoli from Philadelphia on Twitter at rich Zoli end, Mark, of course, on Twitter at Mark Levin show. Glad you're here. What is Adam Schiff up to with his investigations don't go away?.

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"don willett" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:44 min | 3 years ago

"don willett" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Abortions. Really quite a sad thing that we'll be talking bed. Something that applies to the health health and ability to have other children. Prices and applied his attitude toward. By the president doubling down on this issue and bring it up in the state of the union address every single voter who values life is going to vote for him. I laugh sometimes at the never Trumpers. I I don't really understand the mindset this this late in the presidency. I mean, yeah. Like, mark. I have my disagreements with the president. And like, Mark I mentioned them. I don't hide from them you deserve honesty from your talk show host for you. And I and for you and Mark to have a relationship. You gotta be honest. So when I disagree with the president, I say, so but overall the terms of the conservative justices and judges that he's appointing. I mean, the stuff on the on the courts that you don't even hear about because it doesn't make national news. Senator Macy Horon was asking you about dwarf tossing that really happened. Otherwise, it doesn't make national news. But the fact is that the appellate court and circuit courts. The president is nominating conservative originalist judges at a record pace, redefining the federal judiciary. You know, what I I'm not a fan of tariffs, but that's a policy we can deal with that. I'm not a fan of this idea of paid parental leave. By the federal government, but we can deal with that. It's a policy issue. The courts, though, as you know, so radical win the courts control the country you can't deal with that. That's decades of power right there. And the fact is when Donald Trump is holding to his promise of appointing nothing, but originalist judge justices and judges throughout the courts throughout the courts guys. Like, Don Willett, for example. He's doing that. And that is why the left truly hates him. Just so, you know, that's really why the left truly hates them because at the end of the day he'd throughout some policies the other night Democrats should love. I mean, I was cringing at a couple of them. You have this massive infrastructure Bill. I'm not really big on that is this idea of paid parental leave the federal I'm not that's not my thing. But the Democrats for years have been talking about this stuff. And yet today Adam Schiff is talking about new investigations. They don't want to give him a winner in anything the Democrats should sign onto the massive infrastructure spending, Bill and Republicans should be voting. No, most of them should be the opposite. Right. President comes out, and it post-partisan way and says we're going to do these things a lot of Republicans. Don't like Democrats will not go along with it. You know, why? Because they do not want to give him a win in advance at twenty twenty. They don't want to give him a win that would mean jobs for people still need a lot of things they won't do it. Because if he gets reelected in twenty twenty it's game set match baby with the courts. It's over for a very very long time. You can have another four years of president appointing conservative originalist judges who will uphold the constitution and not right loss from the bench. And that's going to be a transformative time in our nation's history to maybe peel back some of this nonsense that the left has introduced on our society by mandating it at the courts because they could never win in the court of public opinion, meaning the legislature, and because they can't win in the court of public opinion, meaning the legislature. They force it on us. They forced their will on us through the courts, their ideas, don't sell. That's why they need the courts why they need the courts to advance their leftist utopian agenda because if it was popular these things would would would pass legislatures. They don't. Outside of kooky places, like New York and California. Massachusetts. And they will always try to force their will on you and me and take away your freedom at the same time because as much as they want their agenda put on you. They'll make you having your liberty and freedom as difficult as possible. For example, new gun Bill would require buyers to reveal their social media history. Yeah. Right. So in order for you, then to exercise your second amendment. You would have to turn over to the government your tweets Facebook post, your emails, and I guess a committee would would review all that and decide whether or not you're worthy of exercising. Your second amendment right to defend yourself and your family. To be able if necessary to for the people to at some point if necessary defend from tyranny, a committee will decide that. I guess. Well, I don't know they based on these tweets we just out of know your Twitter history is a little bit unhinged. I think we're going to now deny you your second amendment rights. Could you imagine any other right being taken away from you by a committee based on what you say, which is also protected by the first amendment? Could you imagine that you like a committee sat around and said well based on your Twitter history. We don't think warrants should apply to you. We're just gonna go and raise your house. No due process for you and trial for you either. We've decided that and we're going to quarter troops in your house to and we're going to do that. Oh, and cruel and unusual punishment. No longer applies to you based on your tweets. So yes, we're going to draw and quarter. You like old school times? Tar and feather, and they have plenty of tar shoe polish whatnot in Virginia. So they can certainly pull that off. It's the only right in the constitution that the left continuously pretends is not in the Bill of rights, and they want to just go after you. But that's part. Of what I know. Mark levin. What Mark always talks about with with the soft tyranny, which is now becoming a hard tyranny. And in order for that to be accomplished in order for their utopia to to evolve you have to lose certain freedoms you understand. But at the end of the day, a lot of this with the abortion thing comes down to climate change to it's all sort of related. There was a story and political a couple years ago with the pope actually wasn't a couple of years ago a couple of months ago, and it was from politico a couple years ago, what does abortion have to deal with climate change? And it's all these UN groups in these international groups who talk about overpopulation, and by the way, overpopulation is a myth in a scam. This world, we're doing better now with more people, thanks to technology. We're living longer we're healthier. We're richer the world there's diseases radical technology and population has been an outstanding thing for this planet. But there were still kooks out there who say the population bomb based on this book that was completely wrong. And so that's part of actually what their thesis is you've got to control population, in some way, shape or form pretty good of the environment. Now, look Alexandra. Okay. Cortez's little kooky Bill is not going to pass. Thank God now. But it may in the future. And may in the future is they make all these issues much more socially acceptable to talk about remember when I said years ago, they'd never the Democrats who've never even talked about lakes from abortion where we now years ago. Democrats would never even uttered the word socialism. Where are we? Now. That's the point little by little they make these things part of the lexicon of conversation and then slowly. And surely, it becomes reality. This is not an accident. Absolutely one hundred percent bydesign without question. Eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one the marklevinshow with me. Rich Zoli from Philadelphia on Twitter at rich Zoli end, Mark, of course, on Twitter at Mark Levin show. Glad you're here. What is Adam Schiff up to with his investigations don't go away? Lovin Washington's mall W M A L or Washington comes to talk. Did you know that you can form a new habit in his little as eighteen days? That's how long it took some of you to get hooked on coffee. But if I tried to get hooked on fruits and vegetables, I suspect it might take a lot longer. So brickhouse nutrition.

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860AM The Answer

08:05 min | 3 years ago

"don willett" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Radio network. Just outside the swamp and very excited to have another member of the Salem faculty with us. Hugh Hewitt, fellow mackerel, snapper, are you with us? I am. Indeed, Sebastian thank you for those who do not get up early enough to listen to you. And he has the toughest gig on Salem. This is a man who has served honorably in the Reagan administration in the White House in the DOJ law expert, Parekh salons, professor of law, practicing lawyer shoe one of the things that I have crypt from you mercilessly. And I do give you credit is you have a great vocabulary of very impressive. The cavalry. One of the words, I learned from you is this positive. There you go one of my favorite words. And I'd like you to tell us why it is that we have dispositive proof for all those nattering nabobs of negative. That the president is conservative. Well, the two appointments to the supreme court and I walked out of the MSNBC studios one day with a very friendly never-trumper a guide known forever. And I said, I hope you will admit that. If this is before Brad Kavanagh, but if there is a second supreme court appointment that that will be dispositive on the wisdom of voting for President Trump, and the never Trumper declined to state that although it is in fact as positive because had secretary Clinton beaten, President Trump, the court would be irretrievably lost to the left. I say there's a con LA professor, it would be a decades if ever that we would have a chance to reclaim an originalist understanding understanding the constitution so exhibit A is Neil Gorsuch. A B is Brad Kavanagh? Now, we may get exhibit three potentially. Yes. You know? I follow very. Closely. What's going on with Justice Ginsburg because she was quite nice to me when I served on the DC circuit and my judge became ill. She was then judge Ginsburg, and she was one of three judges, including judge organ, jug Scalia who took the Roger Robb clerks under their wings and gave us cases. And she was a delightful lady to work for of course. I disagree with her jurisprudence. So I pray she recovers, but I also pray. She retired. I mean, you're you're killing yourself when you're working at that age at that level of stress with that many health episodes. I know she doesn't want to give up the seat, but nature is is pushing her that way. How many how long can somebody be on the supreme court and not hear oral arguments, for example? Like, she's missing endlessly Justice William o Douglas was in fact incapacitated for quite a long time. And there were similar assertions about Justice Marshall that he was incapacitated. But reluctant to relinquish eventually. As the story goes on. I am confirmed that I wasn't there. Justice. Douglas's widow signed his resignation letter with moving his hand over. Well, my sources in New York, very reliable ones say that we can expect an announcement imminently. Given the last two years, she what's your expectation? If the president gets a nominated third supreme court associate Justice is going to be a doubling down. Absolutely. I would go with Raymond legit was the runner up or with Amy ferret. Yes. If she has enough opinions or for apar-. There are a or Don Willett the great libertarian hero of freedom in Texas. There's a great bench. The last three I just mentioned have only been on the appeals court for less than a year. So it makes it more difficult to be confident about their positions on any particular set. But Ray kept ledges still two. He would be a terrific choice. He was my first choice. And of course, Brad Kavanagh was my second. They're all good originalists. And if there is a another appointment Sebastian Donald Trump will go down as the man who remade because the tuition and the supreme court, and I think that's probably got a burn never Trumpers and his liberal opponents more than anything else. Well, I think at that point. I said that never Trump movement is dead. But at that point, not even the never Trumpers couldn't continue. By that. But what about the left? I see no recognition that. That'd be. Hey with Justice Cavanaugh was over the top was trae. How could it get even worse if we get a nominee for the president? Yes in and you mentioned mackerel, snapper. They have accused and nominate of being unacceptable because of membership in the knights of Columbus. A sturdy organization of orthodox Catholics that extends back a hundred years primarily Lehman that band together. Do good works. They were originally part of the effort to combat anti-catholicism in the name of the Ku Klux Klan, and now Senator Harris from California and one other senators name is escaping me. Kamala. Harris, Kamala, Harris. Yeah, she's the number one. I think it might be the other saying it's an inappropriate for someone to join a Knight of Columbus. It's just because they have probably because because a Catholic is pro-life that's their logic. Correct. That's it. Does that doesn't mean does that mean that you can only be a job if you pro-death apparently, so and you can't be a practicing Catholic? And so that is a violation of article six of the constitution, which is are Shelby. No religious test for office. You know, I supported Mitt Romney quite vocally in two thousand twelve against the people who were opposed to the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints having a president. And I said I article six says we don't do that here you Europe from England. And you know that England was riven by civil war over religion. We never want to go there. But, but isn't it, isn't it even more? It's not just freedom of religion. It's freedom of association. Yes. I did. I I'm not allowed to be a member of a Catholic organization that does charity work because I may be appointed to the federal bench shortly. That's in contravention of the constitution freedom of association. It is. And it's also appalling and shameful, and it is something for which every democrat who. Diane Feinstein said of Amy Coney Barrett when she was nominated the doctrine lives in you, deeply that's a smear. Right. That's that's a an assertion that your religious beliefs will impair your judicial temperament, and it's a smear it. It's not something. I would put up with for a professional from the left. I once went to the defensive or when Shimransky is probably the most liberal man in America on the law because they were trying to deny him a job based on his city allergy at the inverse, California Irvine, and I just think we have to realize that that's unacceptable among Americans. So we can debate. And I hope we defeat route the left holding it against people for what they believe. Religiously. That's just not what we do. But not only is it unsound in terms of the law. But it's also logically fallacious because if say, you know, you're you're an atheist. Well, that's an ideological choices much. It is to be a Catholic. Is it not? Absolutely. And you would import your secular humanism, right? Into your as Oliver Wendell Holmes imported his progressivism in Woodrow Wilson's, progressivism into their jurisprudence, and John dewey's, progressivism anyone who studied no actual district. America knows that the left is a secular absolutist quick. And God bless them. They can be in a secular after that's what we have the first amendment for. But they can't turn around and say, we can't believe what we believe. But they. But they do that. They can believe whatever they wish. Yes. Absolutely. Right. You are listening to Hugh Hewitt. My fellow my colleague here. The Salem radio network who has the morning show. He's.

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"don willett" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

08:05 min | 3 years ago

"don willett" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Radio just outside the swamp and very excited to have another member of the Salem faculty with us. Hugh Hewitt, fellow mackerel, snapper, are you with us? I am. Indeed, Sebastian thank you for those who do not get up early enough to listen to you. And he has the toughest gig on Salem. This is a man who has served honorably in the Reagan administration in the White House in the DOJ law expert, Parekh salons, professor of law practicing lawyer, Hugh, one of the things that I have crypt from you mercilessly. And I do give you credit is you have a great vocabulary of very impressive vocabulary. One of the words, I learned from you is this positive. There you go one of my favorite words. And I'd like you to tell us why it is that we have dispositive proof for all those nattering nabobs of negative. That the president is conservative. Well, the two appointments to the court and I walked out of the MSNBC studios one day with a very friendly never-trumper a guide known forever. And I said, I hope you will admit that. If there this is before Brad Kavanagh that if there is a second supreme court appointment that that will be dispositive on the wisdom of voting for President Trump, and the never Trumper declined to state that although it is in fact as positive because had secretary Clinton beaten, President Trump, the court would be irretrievably lost to the left. I say there's a con LA professor, it would be a decades if ever that we would have a chance to reclaim an originalist understanding understanding that constitution so exhibit A is Neil Gorsuch. A B is Brad Kavanagh? Now, we may get exhibit three potentially. Yes. You know? I follow very close. What's going on with Justice Ginsburg because she was quite nice to me when I served on the DC circuit and my judge became ill. She was then judge Ginsburg, and she was one of three judges, including judge organ, jug Scalia who took the Roger Robb clerks under their wings and gave us cases. And she was a delightful lady to work for of course. I disagree with their jurisprudence. So I pray she recovers, but I also pray. She retired. I mean, you're you're killing yourself when you're working at that age at that level of stress with that many health episodes. I know she doesn't want to give up the seat, but nature is is pushing her that way. How many how long can somebody be on the supreme court and not hear oral arguments, for example? Like, she's missing endlessly Justice William O Douglas was in fact incapacitated for quite a long time. And there were similar assertions about Justice Marshall that he was incapacitated. But reluctant to relinquish eventually. As the story goes on. I haven't confirmed that I wasn't there. Justice Douglas's widow signed his resignation letter with moving his hand over. Well, look, my sources in New York, very liable ones say that we can expect an announcement imminently. Given the last two years. What's your expectation? If if the president gets a nominated third supreme court associate Justice is going to be a doubling down. Absolutely. I would go with Raymond couplets. He was the runner up or with Amy Coney ferret. If if she has enough opinions or more for par- there are a or Don Willett the great libertarian hero of freedom in Texas. There's a great bench. The last three I just mentioned have only been on the appeals court for less than a year. So it makes it more difficult to be confident about their positions on any particular set. But Ray Catholic is still fifty two. He would be a terrific choice. He was my first choice. And of course, Brad Kavanagh was my second. But they're all good originalist. And if there is a another appointment Sebastian Donald Trump will go down as the man who remade because the tuition and the supreme court, and I think that's probably got a burn never Trumpers and is liberal. More than anything else. Well, I think at that point. I said never Trump movement is dead. But at that point, not even the never Trumpers couldn't can deny that. But what about the left? I see no recognition that that behavior with Justice Cavanaugh was over the top was trae. How could it get even worse if we get a nominee for the president? Yes. And you mentioned mackerel, snapper. They have accused nominate of being unacceptable because of membership in the knights of Columbus. A sturdy organization of orthodox Catholics that extends back a hundred years is primarily Lehman that band together. Do good works. They were originally part of the effort to combat anti-catholicism in the name of the Ku Klux Klan, and now Senator Harris from California and one other senator's name is escaping me. Kamala. Harris, Kamala, Harris. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. She's the number one. I think Feinstein might be the other saying it's inappropriate for someone to join. If they're a Knight of Columbus. It's just because they have probably because because a Catholic is pro-life. That's that logic. Correct. That's it. Now, does that mean does that mean that you can only be a judge if you are pro-death, apparently, so and you can't be a practicing Catholic? And so that is a violation of article six of the constitution, which says there shall be no religious test for office. You know, I supported Mitt Romney quite vocally in two thousand twelve against the people who were opposed to the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints having a president. And I said I article six says we don't do that here you Europe from England. And you know that England was riven by civil war over listen. We never want to go there. But, but isn't it, isn't it even more? It's not just the freedom of religion. It's freedom of association. Yes. The idea that I'm not allowed to be a member of a Catholic organization that does charity work because I may be appointed to the federal bench shortly. That's in contravention of the constitution freedom of association. It is. And it's also appalling and shameful, and it is something for which every democrat who Dianne Feinstein said of Amy Coney Barrett, which she was nominated the doctrine lives in you, deeply that's a smear. Right. That's that's a a an assertion that your religious beliefs will impair your judicial temperament, and it's a smear it. It's not something. I would put up with for a professional from the left. I once went to the defensive when Shimransky probably most liberal man in America on the law because they were trying to deny him a job based on his Balaji at the inverse, California Irvine, and I just think we have to realize that that's unacceptable among American so we can debate. And I hope we defeat route the last that holding it against people for what they believe. Religiously. That's just not what we do. But not only is it unsound in terms of the law. But it's also logically fallacious because if say your urine atheist. Well, that's an ideological choices much. It is to be a Catholic. Is it not? Absolutely. And you would import your secular humanism, right? Into your as Oliver Wendell Holmes imported progressivism and Woodrow Wilson's progressivism into their jurisprudence. And John dewey's progressivism anyone who studied no actual industry in America knows that the left is a secular absolutist quick. And God bless them. They can be in a secular after that's what we have the first amendment for. But they can't turn around and say, we can't believe what we believe. But they do they can believe whatever they wish. Yes. Absolutely. Right. You are listening to Hugh Hewitt. My fellow my colleague here. The Salem radio network who has the morning show. He's going to.

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"don willett" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:30 min | 3 years ago

"don willett" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Do give you credit is you have a great vocabulary of very impressive cab, Laurie. One of the words, I learned from you is this positive and one of my favorite words. And I'd like you to tell us why it is that we have dispositive proof for all those nattering nabobs of negative. That the president is conservative. Well, the two appointments to the supreme court and I walked out of the MSNBC studios one day with a very friendly never-trumper a guide known forever. And I said, I hope you will admit that. If there this is before Brad Kavanagh that if there is a second supreme court appointment that that will be dispositive on the wisdom of voting for President Trump, and the never Trumper declined to state that although it is in fact as positive because had secretary Clinton beaten, President Trump, the court would be irretrievably lost to the left. I say there's a con LA professor, it would be a decades if ever that we would have a chance to reclaim an originalist understanding understanding the constitution so exhibit A is Neil Gorsuch. A bit B is Brad Kavanagh? And now, we may get exhibit three potentially. Yes. You know? I follow very closely. What's going on with Justice Ginsburg because she was quite nice to me when I served on the DC circuit and my judge became ill. She was then judge Ginsburg, and she was one of three judges, including judge organ jugs Scalia who took the Roger Robb clerks under their wings and gave us cases. And she was a delightful lady to work for of course. I disagree with their jurisprudence. So I pray she recovers, but I also pray. She retired. I mean, you're you're killing yourself when you're working at that age at that level of stress with that many health episodes. I know she doesn't want to give up the seat, but nature is is pushing her that way. How many how long can somebody be on the supreme court and not hear oral arguments, for example? Like, she's missing endlessly Justice way about Douglas was in fact incapacitated for quite a long time. And there were similar. Assertions about Justice Marshall that he was incapacitated. But reluctant to relinquish eventually at as the story goes on. I am confirmed that I wasn't there. Justice. Douglas, widow signed his resignation letter with moving his hand. Well, my sources in New York, very liable ones say that we can expect an announcement imminently. Given the last two years, what's your expectation? If the president gets a nominated third supreme court associate Justice is going to be a doubling down. Absolutely. I would go with Raymond Catholic was the runner up or with Amy Coney ferret. Yes. If she has enough opinions or a mold Sapar. There are a or Don Willett the great libertarian hero of freedom in Texas. There's a great bench. The last three I just mentioned have only been on the appeals court for less than a year. So it makes it more difficult to be confident about their positions on. Any particular set? But Ray kept ledges still fifty two. He would be a terrific choice. He was my first choice. And of course, by Kevin was my second. But they're all good originalists. And if there is a another appointment Sebastian Donald Trump will go down as the man who remade because the tuition and the supreme court, and I think that's probably got a burn never Trumpers and his liberal opponents more than anything else. Well, I think at that point. I said that never Trump movement is dead. But at that point, not even the never Trumpers couldn't can deny that. But what about the left? I see no recognition that that behavior with Justice Cavanaugh was over the top was trae. How could it get even worse if we get a third nominee for the president? Yes. And and you mentioned mackerel, snapper. They have accused nominate of being unacceptable because of membership in the knights of Columbus. A sturdy organization of orthodox Catholics. Extends back a hundred years is primarily Lehman that band together. Do good works. They were originally part of the effort to combat anti-catholicism in the name of the Ku Klux Klan, and now Senator Harris from California and one other senators name is escaping me. Well, come on the harassing Kamala. Harris. Yeah. She's the number one. I think find might be the other saying it's inappropriate for someone to join their knights of Columbus. It's just because they have probably because because a Catholic is pro-life. That's the logic. Correct. That's it. Now, does that doesn't mean does that mean that you can only be a job if you are pro death, apparently, so and you can't be a practicing Catholic? And so that is a violation of article six of the constitution, which says there shall be no religious test for office. You know, I supported Mitt Romney quite vocally in two thousand twelve against the people who were opposed to the church of Jesus Christ latter-day saints having a president. And I said I article six says we don't do that here you Europe from England. And you know that England was riven by civil war over religion. We never want to go there. But, but isn't it, isn't it even more? It's not just freedom of religion. It's freedom of association. Yes. The idea that I'm not allowed to be a member of a Catholic organization that does charity work because I may be appointed to the federal bench shortly. That's in contravention of the constitution freedom of association. It is. And it's also appalling and shameful, and it is something for which every democrat who Dianne Feinstein said of Amy Coney Barrett when she was nominated the doctrine lives in you, deeply that's a smear. Right. That's that's a a an assertion that your religious beliefs will impair your judicial temperament, and it's a smear it. It's not something. I would put up with for a professional from the left. I once went to the defensive or when Shimransky is probably the most liberal man in America on the law because they were trying to Naima job based on his ideology at the California Irvine, and I just think we have to realize that that's unacceptable among American so we can debate. And I hope we defeat route the left that holding it against people for what they believe. Religiously. That's just not what we do. But not only is it on sound in terms of the law. But it's also logically fallacious because if say, you're you're an atheist. Well, that's an ideological choices much. It is to be a Catholic. Is it not? Absolutely. And you would import your secular humanism, right? Into your as Oliver Wendell Holmes imported his progressivism in Woodrow Wilson's, progressivism into their jurisprudence, and John dewey's, progressivism anyone who studied no excellent history in America knows that the left is a secular absolutist quick. And God bless them. They can be in a secular app. That's what we have the first amendment for. But they can't turn around and say, we can't believe what we believe. But they do. And they can believe whatever they wish. Yes. Absolutely. Right. You are listening to Hugh Hewitt. My fellow my colleague here. The Salem radio network who has the morning show. He's.

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"don willett" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

12:09 min | 3 years ago

"don willett" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"This is the news and talk of Texas eight twenty WBZ AP. other ways that the world could end and some of them are literally possible. Forty eight hours is a splendid new novel. It's published by forge books, and it's about a potential extinction level event, which is based on what could actually happen, and again, although we did not have the the the one two punch the Bill outlines in the book forty eight hours where we did have the one half of it the coronal mass ejection in eighteen fifty nine. There was no internet no television, no earth satellites, but we did have that brand new little invention called the telegraph and that plus even railroad tracks. They were severely affected. And of course, it didn't tear apart our our society as it could today now as we take a call for you a Bill I'm curious your thoughts about just how much we could do. I mean, if you had access to all kinds of of food and water and stuff as in these continuity of government sites, and it was sufficiently underground would people theoretically be able to withstand such a one two punch from the sun. Most certainly not one hundred percent. Most certainly not even ninety percent, buddy. Small percentage would survive. Everybody should be prepared. I mean going back to when you and our first talking about EMP one second after ten years ago. Everybody should have at least a month's worth of supplies on hand. It get them through storms. Whether you're in downtown Washington DC are up here in the mountains of Carolina. If the nuclear issue bothers, you doesn't take all that much to at least create some kind of shelter for yourself. I'm not talking about the comic war pangs of the fifties. But you can make a protective spotting our house pretty quick in order to survive something to survive a CPA events. Boy, be nice to live near that cave in Springfield, Missouri. And have somebody let me yeah. Which is again a fair part of of the book forty eight hours. It is about certainly the sun's capabilities. It is also very much about human capabilities, and our concepts of what is the proper role in terms of of survival. Let's talk to Ted who calls in from Jamestown New York on the Jim Bohannon show with William forced him, the author of forty eight hours. Good evening. Ted. Hi. Percents. Stand to your how you spell your name because I intend to get your book. Yeah. I'll spell it for you. William force. John F O R S T C H E N as in Oscar Romeo Sierra Tango, Charlie hotel, echo, November forced chin. Okay. All righty. Go ahead. Thank you. You mentioned satellites going around the sun. I was wondering because the sun is just a great big follow gas. What it amounts to what what you consider your surface? And how close would they actually get? How close could you put a satellite to the son of to wear obviously, it would have to be protected, but but solid material can only be protected up to a certain level. You get too close to the sun. Everything literally becomes plasma. I mean, it just it's destroyed. So how you I guess within the the orbit of mercury I suppose, and and but on mercury I think lead would would be liquid. So how close can you get? Yeah. Yeah, I'm going to have to. That's a good question. I don't have the answer. So I'm gonna make sure by the next interview. I do. We launched a unit last year. I agree. Well, be wrong. I think the closest fly by is gonna be the twin somewhere between five to eight million miles away. Really that that's amazing Lee close. Now, the earth is ninety three million miles away and Venus is like about sixty seven. I think million miles away. Mercury though that that's really close. I mean, I'm amazed that we could build something that that closer that would be destroyed. But I mean, you're not holding you the the precise. Distance. But but suffice it to say we get pretty close. And also because of the gravitational effect. That will be coming the fastest manmade objects. All of this. I believe will be traveling is something like two hundred thousand miles an hour as whips around the sun. Straight towards the sun that gravitational pull is going to keep accelerating. You. And they're going to be skimming around the edge of it and the United survives and they'll do another pass. Fair enough. What does the ice surface? There's not a service you could stand on because first of all you'd be Apor is really is just one massive Thermo nuclear explosion. That's out there. We by the way, we looked up. The latest real prob- will get within three point eight three million miles of the sun. Wow. Wow. And you know, these flares themselves reach out further the mad, don't they? If that satellite was in the wrong place at the wrong time. It would be extremely gone. Anything else? Video for the last seconds. Yeah. Really? Great. Real good show for that last shot. Anything anything else dead? Echoed his Reebok? Wow. Yeah. I. That's that's credibly close. Yeah. Cheese. Right. I mean, of course, he's right. But it is one. Large nuclear. It's a giant continuously running hydrogen bomb that is that is exactly what the sun is. You're quite correct. Ted. Thank you for your call one eight six six five O, JIMBO one eight six six five zero five four six two six. We've got pretty good technology for keeping an eye on the sun. And what if we discovered that? In fact, the son was about to unleash a one two punch which could theoretically wipe out life on earth. Is we go to the next call here? You indicated that that we have some indication that we might have had some mass extinctions earlier from such an event is that right Bill. Yeah. Nothing. Conclusively proven that when I first shifted into writing the book on CD, it was triggered by reading an article here is that there might have been a limited mass die off around fourteen thousand years ago because why was it probably the massive Don Willett bama's and everything else. They're all gone. Mean we'll say we haunted them out. Now, it seemed like they want extinct in some areas. Almost all at once. Then another article I read that said that all of humanity as one common mother and father. Dating back about two hundred thousand years, and which there was also period of a die off. So did a few people survive and repopulate. We don't know. All right. Let's talk to Mike in Columbus. Ohio on the Jim Bohannon show. Good evening. Mike. Good evening, two things. Number one. The old cars with the points. Like, what Cuba has the older cars surviving are able to survive in EMP attack versus the new Saul state, computer or right, exactly? Okay. Number two. I was reading thoroughly about the EMP attack country of Israel as worked eighteen years surviving EMP attack. They said they were attack with EMP attack by their neighbors that they could sustain themselves after four to six days, they could recover because they're electrical grid and all kinds of stuff is not protected foreign EMP attack. And they said they would be down for about four six days where I country that is unprepared would be down for over a year. And and and you think about us over a year without even basic transportation. We have we supported population of close to three hundred thirty million people only because of that transportation and communication network and in the book one second after well, suffice it to say that the vast majority of us are dead in a year. Yeah. They said. Relation with die. Yeah. Exactly. Gentleman raises a very good point because Israel. Part of the big problem recovering. From an EMT is spare parts only about fifteen percent of our electrical grid is manufactured here in the United States. The rest of it parts from overseas. Israel for years has been carefully stockpiling crucial components that if a eunuch it's blown out they just disconnected and slapping new one and they're back up and running again. So there is a major issue. Many of the components of our electrical grid require a one the two year lead to get a replacement and that would be too late. I we're gonna come back and take a look at at our response to the EMP warning. And what we can do about what the sun might do to us. I would just a very quick story. As we go to the break true story back when the the evil empire fell and all of a sudden, the east German air force became a part of the German air force that is to say, the west German force, all of a sudden. And of course, the US big a NATO ally got access to the latest Russian fighters. And of course, we eagerly poured over them, and we found welded. They're they're pretty good fighters. There was one thing that confused the daylights out of people these fighter jets used tube technology. It was as if transistors and solid state had never been admitted. Now, these were modern tubes. These were what would have been invented. If we'd never had. Transistors or solid state. And finally, somebody figured out these planes wouldn't drop out of the sky if there was an EMT attack. The Russians had that back. When the Berlin Wall fell back in a moment. Rates may apply. When did it become ok for men to be Lazier softer fatter? We.

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"don willett" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"don willett" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Have the bragging rights for the first baby. Born in two thousand nineteen Isabela sheets was born at UC health Memorial Hospital at twelve four on Tuesday. A hospital says she weighed five pounds and three ounces and FYI. In case. You're interested babies born on. January. I in twenty nineteen will be graduating school class of twenty thirty seven. They'll also be able to vote for their first president in twenty forty the nearly one hundred and thirty year old Littleton fire department has now officially merged with the south metro fire district. Interim Littleton fire chief Jeff Tasker says it's bittersweet as Littleton firefighters have developed their own culture within that department. But it's better to so we're going to go to a more sustainable, fire department, bigger brotherhood sisterhood. Fire officials Mark the event with a ceremony at the former home of the Littleton fire station. South metro fire is now the second largest fire district in the state serving more than a half a million people. And finally, a real estate investor turned priest has donated nearly a million dollars to fund a new endowment facility position. At these theology department, the Colorado state university, it looks like retired. Don retired Don Willett soul two pieces of property that he bought before he became a priest to donate to the university. Your next update at two thirty. Thirty. I'm Roger Hudson. Newsradio eight fifty KOA and ninety four one FM. You'll roads across the metro looking like a beautiful work of art to right now with I twenty five I seventy I two to five and two seventy one in wide open for you the boulder turnpike flowing delightfully. Well, your I seventy drive through the mountains without any major delays and off highway federal Wadsworth Sheridan and sixth all in excellent order daily things that might slow you down right now is construction on I seventy between Quebec and central park boulevard and construction on I twenty five northbound just south of two seventy up near Thornton. You'll CBS four weather today. A cold dry and sunny day, high near forty two overnight low of sixteen current temperatures ten I'm victim, Chon KOA NewsRadio. Colorado's news, traffic and weather station. From ABC news, Tech Trends. A high tech shark detection system is being tested off the coast of California using what looks like a standard bully placed in the water, a company called smart marine systems is able to create a virtue. Eloise net in the water. You can't say.

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Texas special election: the race to replace Blake Farenthold (for a few months

The Car Pro Show

02:53 min | 3 years ago

Texas special election: the race to replace Blake Farenthold (for a few months

"To the polls to elect a new president tomorrow governor abbot announcing yesterday the race to elect a replacement for state representative larry gonzalez brown drop is going to be in november on the november ballot gonzalez announcing an early retirement last week voters around corpus are going back to the polls today for a special election to replace former u s congressman blake farren hold nine candidates are vying to fill the remainder of congressman blake farren holes former seat he resigned in april amid sexual harassment allegations and an ongoing ethics investigation among the candidates one libertarian to independence three democrats including party nominee eric hogan and three republicans including party nominee michael cloud today's election is separate from the november election the winner of which takes over the seat for a full two year term after that jeff monosso fox news a texas judge in kaufman county native is under consideration for an appointment to the us supreme court don willett service on the fifth us circuit court of appeals and previously served on the texas prima court will it is on a list of twenty five names from which president trump says hills elected nominee to replace us supreme court justice anthony kennedy who retires this july thirty first rachel estrada newsradio seven forty ktar h president trump says he will announce his nominee to replace justice kennedy a week from monday on july ninth three days before he meets with russian president vladimir putin in helsinki supreme court justice john roberts was on c span talking about justice kennedy's career he was an extraordinary man an extraordinary jurist he was deeply committed to collegiality and civil discourse he taught that by example very widely read very thoughtful justice kennedy announced last week that he's retiring at the end of july it appears the president got punked in a phone call made by a comedian who gained notoriety with a satellite radio show abc news has details a comedian former sidekick to howard stern stuttering john melendez claims that he actually convinced the white house to have the president return a phone call to him he was claiming to be senator bob menendez the two apparently talked about immigration at the president's supreme court pick and an alabama puppy is captured the nation's heart it took thirty hours but firefighters cave rescue crews and plumbers working together saved a seven week old death puppy in alabama toffee the puppy fell into a narrow crevice thursday behind a house and dropped fifty feet the team of volunteers lowering net snares and food to retrieve the puppy volunteers erupted in cheers when toffee was pulled to safety around midnight saturday huntsville television station drew thousands of followers.

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