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U. S. House Of Representatives, Donald Trump Act Co. And Cayuga County Council discussed on 77 WABC Early News

77WABC Radio

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U. S. House Of Representatives, Donald Trump Act Co. And Cayuga County Council discussed on 77 WABC Early News

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Canal Metropolitan Police, Donald Trump And Trump discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

01:23 min | 1 d ago

Canal Metropolitan Police, Donald Trump And Trump discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

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"donald trump donald jones" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"donald trump donald jones" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"I don't know where to hell. He someone you don't say Oh and then finally gains crying out onto me. I'd slap the shit out of a negative. Just really somebody Rabbi's Donald Trump Donald Jones house. Make sure he doing okay if it had if like if the hat is on the door you know not to not boy by that Negga would not be seen H._B._O.. That's the original Pappas praise the Lord praise the Lord is welcome back to gain grown which a Ghia I'm here <hes> jade and we are back to talk about the scale that is adulting the good the bad the ugly has two trials. The twists turns the temptation and the tax liabilities of note in the Airolo at twenty nineteen. It costs money to be an adult these days big bucks. The government wants to thing okay center some money we don't she and I see and I don't we don't see eye to eye woo. She's and rice all right government anywhere. I am doing ok yet alive in the land of the living. We're graded grappling glad about it. I am you know working still on travel. <hes> in these woods hopefully making a difference in helping you know institutionally to understand the ways in which they are complicit yeah in maintaining systems and structures of inequity equity in our educational systems. You know work. I'm trying. I actually you know what we talked about negative last week so I'm gonNA stop right there. I am I am doing my best. I'm having some challenges but I'm grateful to be doing the best that I can in this moment. How are you bet a chickeny chickeny? Check yourself says I'm proud Gosh Booze show. I love it. I'm cool. I'm <hes> I'm <hes> getting adjusted to this self-employment life <hes> yeah well yeah. I keep changing up the making sure I don't say unemployment. It's self employment <hes> so you know just really like it's a lot of organizing and a lot of you know making sure. All your stuff is legit. I think I said it before you know I used to have me H._R.. Department and this and that but now I'm all of those things and <hes> <hes> while it's a bit overwhelming. It's a good thing is just making sure that I do things properly set myself up the success so show you right. I can't complain about it but it's summertime and I'm trying to enjoy the the three and a half weeks that we have of hopefully I'll get around to it before. It's all I know this. I was like I was about to ask I faced. I'm kidding I was like are you bet oh and then I saw the room and I was like Oh you're not I sorry oh shadows everybody. We opened up two more nights for Philly Chicago. We opened up a couple more tickets actually fulfilling because phillies sold out but we have a few literally just a few more tickets available in open so get those if you can for the first weekend of August Opus Dinner Party Saturday. I think it's the third in the fourth or the third and the fourth and then the seventeenth and the eighteenth we will be in Chicago. Oh and I'm super excited about this so shout out to everybody in. Thank you so much for everybody who bought tickets and thank you to everybody who expressed interest in. I'm sorry that we can open up no more tickets but that just means we gotta come back. Yes it. Does I mean go on and get your food. Eat your things. You won't be sorry at the Dope is dinner party. You heard it here first. Well we got. We got a couple of trash. Gosh a couple of trashes has no might say to get into so let's get clean up women in here to do her fuck. Fazlur sis come along McLean all right so we have have a little trash to get into <hes>. We're going to start off with something kinda heavy. I'm not sure if you've heard of sadie Roberts Joseph I have sadie a hair us. Unfortunately sadie Roberts Joseph was a an advocate <hes> she founded the odeal s Williams now and then African American Museum in Baton Rouge Louisiana <hes> she was an activist she hosted the June Eighteenth Festival festivities <hes> for the for the.

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"donald trump donald jones" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"donald trump donald jones" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"I'm surprised that there aren't more strict laws about that in the UK feel like y'all very strict about a lot of that. That definitely is a more of a kind of a a remote to protect people from. Freedom. Frisbee gonna stuff it is much more. Like doesn't pressure about. Comedy you're asking who would harm. So we're giving the example here. Yeah. I mean look at us now. Find the balance it makes this point like it's a huge pot of people's just general education. Right. Like before like before recently. It was pretty much people. Then then news from the news, which was like a very like heavily vetted and not not twenty four hour cycle thing, which Donald Trump Donald Jones snow now. You had thirty minutes a day to cram all the news. And now you have to feel like a twenty four hour. And. Full station lies and just throw some entertaining lies in that. Because people are gonna watch it such a hard thing to enforce that drawing those lines what even set those. We'll get taken down true. You don't. That's that's that's the problem. That's kind of like what we deal with in this country with the second amendment. It was a very important part of the formation of this country was being able to ourselves against the government, the framers of the constitutional couldn't and they said this themselves. I'm Jeff can't imagine. What future people are gonna be dealing with? They give us the ability to change all that stuff. I think the quote is that we can't be held to the. Intentions of our Barbara's, ancestors and. Totally butchering that quote paraphrase, but they can envision that we'd have automatic machine guns and access to hand grenades and things like that when they were making the constitution likewise with the first amendment, which is very very important to the country. I'd say more important than the second amendment because everyone believes in freedom of speech in the first amendment freedom of religion. And but who could envision that we would invent the internet even in my lifetime that where you would go from having highly scrutinized sources of media who reporting the government, they're like the watchdogs to now, suddenly there's just infinite amount of sources of information, the free like freedom of speech is now being twisted into get to propose something that is lie as truth, which is not what freedom of speech is for about. Freedom of speech is four in about being able to be given the ability to speak freely it to sit to to rationalize things that factually untrue. As being true. And there's there's two different things that I think that'd be doesn't need to be simple nation. But you're right. Like, how the hell do you even begin to do that? How long was between the amendments? How long was between the amendments? So they pass the Bill of rights, which the first ten amendments. And then the added amendments after that way started with amendments the constitution is a framework for how the government will work. Yeah. There's the first ten amendments of the Bill of rights. Time passed. So they kind of like patches the point point one at some point. They should just do it to point. There's ones in there that involve like slavery. There's ones that involve women's suffrage. The constitution was September of seventeen eighty seven and the Bill of rights was affective, December seventeen ninety one. So within four years that the first ten amendments couple of light. I'm on. Yeah. We've run the country. It's been good for four years. Clearly. They started that process in September of seventeen eighty nine. So it took two years to do. So they ratified the constitution two years later. They started the Bill of rights process than two years after that is when they decided on the Tim it's an interesting time line is supposed to be interesting to see event caused each amendment. Like, you must be in retaliation to specific thing that happened..

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