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Rush Limbaugh May 12, 2020

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

02:33 min | 5 months ago

Rush Limbaugh May 12, 2020

"Hillsdale college is using this time as an opportunity to share their learning with you with free online video courses, nothing keeps you more engaged than learning Everyday Hillsdale College has twenty five different series available online on demand in every one of them comes as a college level course that focuses on one subject or another from the newest course on the history of the country, the original course constitution one one. You'll be surprised at how well placed and enjoyable. Every one of these courses are professors. Teach them employing great production values, and they're free now. The newest course from Hillsdale online called the great American story, a land of hope this course shares the. The stories of individual successes in America, the land of opportunity for years Hillsdale has been producing online video college level courses, and they wanNA teach beyond campus. They love teaching. They love learning register online seconds no strings attached for this all free rush for Hillsdale DOT COM, the website Washington state, one of the first US areas hit by the corona virus, still dealing with the fallout over the weekend, fifteen hundred people gathered at the state, capital and Olympia to protest stay at home orders which remain in place. A bunch of these protesters apparently picked up some tactics in the left on facebook. They posted the names, emails and phone numbers of snitching. Who had contacted the state to tattle on businesses that? In spite of the stay home orders to groups are behind the social media effort to out. The SNITCH is one group is reopened Washington state. The other group is the Washington state three percenters named after the three percent of colonists who supposedly resisted British rule during the revolutionary war. They posted a spreadsheet identifying those who. The government with this message you. WanNa snitch on your neighbor. Don't expect to hide behind your computer screen. Leftist activist of use this tactic for years on people. They published the names of conservative political donors. They've even threatened. The jobs of people who contribute to ballot initiatives. It'll like, but now all of a sudden political outing has liberals outraged. How dare these right wing? Protesters snitch on their stitches? It's just deplorable. It's beyond the Pale it's amazing how things can change on a dime?

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Rush Limbaugh May 13, 2020

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

02:29 min | 5 months ago

Rush Limbaugh May 13, 2020

"Hillsdale college is using this time as an opportunity to share their learning with you with free online video courses, nothing keeps you more engaged than learning Everyday Hillsdale College has twenty five different series available online on demand in every one of them comes as a college level course that focuses on one subject or another from the newest course on the history of the country, the original course constitution one. Oh One, you'll be surprised at how well placed and enjoyable. Every one of these courses are professors. Teach them employing great production values, and they're free now. The newest course from Hillsdale online called the. The Great American story, a land of hope this course shares the stories of individual successes in America the land of opportunity for years Hillsdale has been producing online video college level courses, and they wanNA teach beyond campus. They love teaching. They love learning register online seconds. No strings attached for this all free rush for Hillsdale DOT COM. The website to prevent hoarding some stores in the US are limiting how much customers can purchase in terms of meet some Wendy's restaurants out of hamburgers. For example, some meat packing plants have briefly shut down because a bunch of workers were infected with the corona virus. Now, you've no doubt heard that president trump has used the defense production act to order meat processing plants to stay open to protect the food supplied well. There's more news about the meat that you eat or should I say there is news about the meat that you might not be eating. Meat buyers in China have greatly stepped up the amount of meat that they're buying from America the reason. China's own supply of pigs being decimated by disease so to try calm to willing to pay premium prices to import meat smithfield foods. A Chinese owned company operating in the US is shipping off more meat to China so as Tyson foods, meanwhile, meat producers in America are warning grocery stores to be prepared for some disruptions by the end of May. They say there might not be enough meat to meet the US demand. So you get. China is all about putting China. I which is why you should breathe a sigh of relief that we have a president who puts America first competition. Anybody see how that works.

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Rush Limbaugh Jul 15, 2020

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

02:34 min | 2 months ago

Rush Limbaugh Jul 15, 2020

"Hillsdale. College is using this time as an opportunity to share their learning with you with free online video courses, nothing keeps you more engaged than learning Everyday Hillsdale College has twenty five different series available online on demand in every one of them comes as a college level course that focuses on one subject or another from the newest course on the history of the country, the original course constitution one one. You'll be surprised at how well placed and enjoyable. Every one of these courses are professors. Teach them employing great production values, and they're free now the. The newest course from Hillsdale online called the great American story, a land of hope this course shares the stories of individual successes in America. The land of opportunity for years Hillsdale has been producing online video college level courses, and they wanNA teach beyond campus. They love teaching. They love learning register online seconds. No strings attached for this all free rush for Hillsdale DOT COM, the website class Saturday to police officers in mcallen Texas responded to a domestic dispute call both the officers were ambushed and murdered by the suspect who then took his own life. One of the slain officers is mailed Chavez leaves an eighteen year old daughter Savannah Chavez. She posted an emotional tribute to Redan on social media, praising him as a hero who died doing the job he loved. She said that words could not describe her pain. She wrote that she would miss her dad very much, but she was glad that he was at peace. She closed with the words, blue lives matter, and within minutes the ugliness of social media reared. It's hateful head. The grieving eighteen year old was attacked as a racist for saying blue lives matter. She was told her father had a choice in becoming a cop as if that justified is murdered. Murdered two things I the left wants to send social workers instead of police to domestic disturbances like this. Well, that's not gonNA end well second, the American left these heartless liberals will not even respect the feelings of a teenage girl, who just lost her father, vile, bitter, politically inspired hatreds, all that counts in their World Savannah, Chavez grief doesn't matter them at all, and there's probably only ten or twelve of them. That's the thing about this making themselves. Look like tens of thousands you know. The truth is no lives of any color. Really these people and they shouldn't matter to us because they're not entities who are they? We don't even know screw.

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Rush Limbaugh Jun 15, 2020

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

02:36 min | 3 months ago

Rush Limbaugh Jun 15, 2020

"Hillsdale. College is using this time as an opportunity to share their learning with you with free online video courses, nothing keeps you more engaged than learning Everyday Hillsdale College has twenty five different series available online on demand in every one of them comes as a college level course that focuses on one subject or another from the newest course on the history of the country, the original course constitution one one. You'll be surprised at how well placed and enjoyable. Every one of these courses are professors. Teach them employing great production values, and they're free now the newest. Newest course from Hillsdale online called the great American story, a land of hope. This course shares the stories of individual successes in America. The land of opportunity for years Hillsdale has been producing online video college level courses, and they WANNA. Teach beyond campus. They love teaching. They love learning register online seconds no strings attached for this all free rush for Hillsdale. Dot Com, the website judging merely my credentials, a lot of people would say that Elizabeth Bartlett is at the pinnacle. She's a law professor at Harvard. She's a faculty director of Harvard Child. Advocacy program professor. Professor Martha decided to weigh in on the corona virus in an article for Harvard magazine. She's worried about children being home schooled by parents and forced to be in lockdown with their parents all day. Every day Professor Bartlett says the question is whether parents should have all of that access all of that authoritarian control over their children. The professor says that in her view that kind of control is dangerous. It's dangerous to put powerful people in charge of the powerless. It's dangerous to give those powerful people to parents total authority over the powerless people there chrome. Chrome crunchers, so you parents out there. You're much too dangerous for your own children to be left with you during this crisis. Because your dictator like attitudes, you got too much power of too much unchallenged authority over your poor powerless kids makes you dangerous more dangerous than the corona virus or other virus. This anti parent driven was not written for the onion or some satirical publication. This and Harvard magazine. So what's more dangerous for America Corona virus with parents, staying at home and her kids or an esteemed credential Harvard professor child, but this is incredible.

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Rush Limbaugh Jul 29, 2020

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

02:35 min | 2 months ago

Rush Limbaugh Jul 29, 2020

"Hillsdale. College serves for purposes learning character faith and freedom education and faith thrive in freedom and freedom requires people who are educated people of good character. Hillsdale college has been providing the education needed to preserve free government for one hundred, seventy, five years. It continues to provide that education today not only to the fifteen hundred undergrads and graduate students on campus but nationwide to hillsdale creates and provides free online courses as well as supporting group of Keva, twelve charter schools. Hillsdale's articles of association date back to eighteen, forty four, they commit the college to preserving the blessings of civil and religious liberty through the provision of sound learning. The learning includes the constitutional laws of nature is described the declaration and America's Great Heritage of Liberty Hillsdale's motto pursuing truth and defending liberties eighteen, forty four, find out all about it at rush for Hillsdale Dot Com. Well, this was inevitable now comes corona virus legal blowback in Massachusetts property owners are fed up, they are suing the state and the Massachusetts Executive Office of. Housing and economic development. The issue is the eviction moratorium that was put in place during the lockdown to permit tenants to stay in their rental properties. Even if they haven't paid rent Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker just extended the eviction moratorium until the middle of October, a lawyer for the landlords explains one of his clients nurse is owed twenty thousand dollars in back, rent a nurse. Is. Now, experiencing serious financial difficulties because the government did not give her moratorium on paying her financial obligations. The lawsuit was filed in Federal Court. It accuses the state violating landlords right to just compensation for what amounts to the unlawful taking of their property, violating their right to the legal process and unconstitutionally impairing their lease agreements. You can bet there could be a slew. Of lawsuits like this across the nation, not just some landlords but from thousands of business owners going bust because power-hungry governors of liberal states want to keep everything shut down to damage president trump these blue state autocrats believe they are invincible and unaccountable, and we're about to find out whether or not. They are right as usual trial lawyers right in the middle of the mess.

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USA Shooting Partners with Hillsdale College: Gun Talk Radio | 10.13.19 C

Gun Talk

43:54 min | 1 year ago

USA Shooting Partners with Hillsdale College: Gun Talk Radio | 10.13.19 C

"With maximum features and versatility find out more at CRIMSON TRACE DOT com. Welcome good Tom Gresham's where there's crimson trace now offers a line of tactical oriented products including open and close reflex sights battle sites and a robust line of rifles scopes purpose built has a great chance as Vincent Vincent Hancock and others who are in this mix right now right exactly Midi and basically it's our role really prepare athletes for world and Olympic competition so you are the United States world that a lot of people don't even know exist yes that's correct actually we have as we speak we have two of our teams arm of the Olympic style shooting the Olympics as a as far as getting the athletes ready you know getting them out so things are shaping up real well for the Olympic Games in Tokyo we have twenty quotas spots security at this moment and now we're going through Bob Gambardella he is the CEO of USA shooting. Bob Thank you for joining us good afternoon how are you I am great and in our world are para team is at the World Championships in Sydney Australia and received three more quotas for the Paralympic Games the governing body of International Olympic Sport and where one of the forty nine MGB's as they call it under the purview of the United States Olympic and Paralympic obviously one of the big stories coming up is Kim Rhody he's already won six medals at six different Olympic Games. What are the chances that she goes shooting Olympics come to mind of course but there's a whole lot more than that and join me right now to talk about that and so much more is by for in there is an I've called it before this Byzantine system of getting slots for the Olympics and our athletes have to go out and shoot in these World Cup matches around kind of the selection by name of our athletes for Tokyo so yeah it's sort of quite a process and then it takes a long time to get through all these selection are shotgun actually at the final World Cup final and we did rather well we have Kim coming home with three medals gold silver and bronze judge it does so I have to win the slots quota slots and then you the selection of the individual shooters the athletes who are going to be going okay well you can never count came out and you know you put her in this situation and she'll find a way to win so we're very confident you know if you want to join us if there's a gun you wanna tell me about that you bought are something that you've been taking out to the range or maybe the stories about him biting somebody to go shooting with you we do about this is being involved in Olympic sport all my life I've been involved would USA VOLLEYBALL USA Taekwondo I worked at the US Olympic Committee of those as well again eight six six talk gun in Israel Pleasure to talk you know there are a lot of different aspects to shooting and of course like minded organizations such as Hillsdale we were up there about two weeks ago we brought a thirteen of our contingent both athletes and staff and all right I just saw I don't know if you even want to talk about this but you saw this release it's very interesting? USA Shooting in Hillsdale College doing this new partnership what is that class well cup or whatever chase me wow in fact I love that it's shooting program at a university because to me got the self defense side of it we have the second side of it we've got that cool guns and gear stuff but why does it get I don't think doesn't get as much attention as it should is international really had a great time in terms of being able to get out on the range shoot with their their leadership their trustees and their donors and our team I guess first of all let's do this when somebody says really USA shooting what is that how do you explain it to them while we're basically a national which included Kim and Vinnie Hancock and others and we just had a great time I really mending together so we think it's as I say I think it's a marriage-made-in-heaven to to get the donations that they're looking for we see ourselves as being they're using and and you know hand in hand with them and I've I've seen a whole bunch of different things but I'm telling you this is something that is very exciting for us to create a partnership with a with a existence there they are they are moving very aggressively when we got to that range where they're currently at it was just incredible to see the the the different the infrastructure they have already put out in their current range and then what are the proposed in improvements so we think as a kind of a partner with them college H- for those who don't know has already has a shooting program to have of course I've not been there you've been there as described to me as world-class shooting facility already mm as we move down next couple years we think that we could bring World Cup competitions to hill especially I think in I foremost shotgun and they have a grand plan in terms of pistol and rifle centers also so I think within time as they continue wins and how do we didn't give those kids those young aspiring athletes you know more opportunities through junior Olympics you know so and so forth one of the things that worked I'm a bad thing has to do with guns goes bang or maybe even twain certainly if it goes clang you like shooting steel eight six six talk guns Olympics how would a youngster in could be even like preteen but certainly young teams start on that path well you know first and foremost their facilities in partnering with them just a great it's just a great infrastructure altogether and it has everything that we would need to be able to run a world of opportunities for kids nationwide excellent all right let's fast forward to the Tokyo Olympics obviously the Olympics get great television coverage the specialty sport shops in town and we work very closely with them and they have just a good group of of instructors I'm S- throughout an athlete's development and so in part we see working with Hillsdale a great mechanism to create a seamless pipeline warden warms my heart that whole thing so that is terrific. ESPN question here if you have a young shooter how to shoot a pistol was amazing you know these things we live for but anyway I think as I mentioned I think it's junior clubs and then how we then start to make connection young kids that they can get into the into the pipeline and little funny story I'll answer your question really quick but we had the NSF here in June and hundred thousand people coming through our doors visitors each year and so we're trying to now take that and tell a story and this is where ourselves and Hillsdale create that backdrop that's really going to be appealing to get it get it more TV time and Bob In the Group at the ISF have been looking at lots of changes AH FOR US here at the USA Shooting Center here in Colorado Springs we have a very robust junior club that is run by Chris Crab who's one of the very young shooter or even parents who said you know my son and my daughter really likes shooting and I wonder if there's a pathway I mean very idea of going to the in the US the coverage of the shooting sports which is actually people have no idea it is a very large part it's one of the major events we're cognizant of not only in shooting but I think in Olympic sport is we got to create you know was we say the pipeline is the lifeline so we have to have really robust program the track and field and and what happened in some at some point they cut off into other sports it's an amazing spectacle and I think that I know there are leadership in SF in addition to our youth program that we have here we believe it or not Tom We have of course we're on the Olympic training center rounds we have over the one of gentlemen bought Mitchell who used to be the CEO at USA shooting many years ago working towards that end trying to how we can as we continue to look towards the and obviously I know you know this but with television convert coverage comes awareness in with awareness you get more youngsters and we were under one tent several other countries and all of our three disciplines of shotgun rifle pistol with together as one team to me that was more one example down there we have about one hundred and five acres of land that we lease from Fort Carson Great Facility we had junior Olympics this summer the Second Amendment and I think we really have a lot of great stories that we can tell the hundred thousand people that come through our doors a year offers along with the Olympic pistol shooters it was a total clash of cultures but boy everybody had a good time they sure did it's great family and I you know I I use shotgun about a hundred and eighty people from the industry and they brought him over for Olympic experience in this great to see this little young kids teaching these guys are in the industry when the US military's elite units and law enforcement agencies across the globe demanded innovation and reliability Abra keep us posted on the developments of what's going on because it's an important story I love what we have some great shooters we have some great athletes and successes what happened for Tokyo but I think that there's a lot of good plans in the in the works for you know Paris and of course La In twenty twenty eight which is really Kinda the hallmark for us they didn't settle they chose six-hour when world champion professional shooters demanded precision accuracy they didn't settle they chose six hour so it's no surprise more and more civilian gun owners are refusing to settle for anything less they're choosing sigsauer firearms ammunition electro optics suppressors look you know in terms more of a twenty first century model so I know that working on that and we're looking forward to see what what would come up it may not entering the pipeline so once again go back to feeding this pipeline yes Yay it's it is it is incredible and I think that you know like take for instance just can't win that stuff well visit gun talk dot com slash win to enter the legal everywhere giveaway presented God i Tim 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from the coverage here yeah I think and and that goes for some other sports also but you always see the swimming we always see the something like but it's it's incredible we take we take we took that to the that same concept of when we're at the Panama Panamerican Games in Lima Peru whether it's a local competition a day at the range or even the hon of a lifetime setting the standard in aftermarket triggers tim knee is now producing more than one hundred the US join us to protect our sporting heritage and our way of life outdoors to join or for more information on how you can help go to US sportsman dot org seventy models of triggers for Bolt Action Rifles shotguns a are rivals end semiautomatic rifles proudly made in the USA since nineteen forty seven six find your new trigger at Tim knee triggers dot com the US sportsman dot for more than seventy years. Timmy triggers has been enhancing the shooter's experience there's one of which is you know uniforms you know in terms like rifle shoot is we all have kind of each country has the same color and it's really a little bit more professionalized Bob Hi this is Ryan Gresh with gun talk have you ever heard about a gun giveaway but thought I live in a state where I guns and Training Sig Sauer never settle L. for herself and that's why she has issued more than fifteen thousand conceal carry permits in her county she says in Her County Portent winning the twenty medals that we one in Lima it was fantastic so we have a lot of great things going on yeah just Fab- is Bob thank you so much for sharing this uh I don't have a deputy sheriff to signed every senior Olympic junior Olympic Nationals everybody came together as one family it was heartwarming to see that you know we all share citizen in the county to protect them so it is a personal responsibility I love Fresno County Sheriff Mark Why you signed up and find out more you bet at USA shooting Dot Org all right now we are open lines what have you been shooting off state okay so that that was really the regulation so it went long story short it went before the second circuit and then Ah for more information people can just go to USA shooting Dot Org it's obviously yeah located in Colorado Springs I remember several years ago I was there when we put together the action pistol three and a half years jail okay well basically so basically it was limited to only people leaving New York City to go out and George what else do we need to know about this thanks for taking my call it's really difficult for people outside of New York City to understand personal protection is good 'cause I love it all right let's go to George he's from shooters in New York with some news New York state and New York City changed their law in the case of New York state in regulation in the case of New York City is pretty simple I don't think they'll treatment of basically the chief beliefs who said well we don't know what these people are GonNa do if they leave New York City with their handguns you won't let us know and come on back Okay Tom we will and grand this has been great to be able to spend some time with you but we're here we can do whatever we can do for the gun commutes Britt saying she doesn't have sheriff protect everybody so it's up to each person each person's personal responsibility to protect himself home and every single location then they they you shouldn't be allowed to to do that so back in two thousand and L. Change it but the problem was when the second circuit upheld New York city's rule they did so basically only own the written St the other so we must control them you took the words right out of my mouth you've got to remember half paranoid these people are I it's the all we don't know who these people are so we're going to clamp heavy restrictions upon them because we don't trust him in other words they are not us they are ars I know we're the only state that has that kind of situation so a New York City because of its size was able to change their laws come back on tell you about the twenty calories and why I like them and also one of the shortcomings that some kind of running into those eight six six talk but George I appreciate you keeping us up today with that this this case has the potential for being massively huge is that that's redundant Chile has the potential for reaching out further than just guns I guess it's kind of thing that isn't it it's a big deal this is the case it's going before the Supreme Court oral arguments to be heard on December two the thing is as I'm starting to read more about this it you can go to Scotus blog think dot com and other places this act wants us to this New York lawsuit case that I've been talking about is making its way back just go to the Supreme Court they're going to hear oral arguments on December two happened was people were carrying concealed and ignoring the restrictions when they got caught they couldn't get arrested they could just throw their license so near you just a little history back in two thousand and two that used to issue concealed carry permits to people in New York City and but with restrictions Oh that our regulations won't stand up to a court challenge therefore we're going to stop the prosecution of this man who he said well we're going to crack down so we're going to eliminate the concealed carry for everybody except rich people famous people people on them and the justification of that was we wanna go to arrange and because it was a premise permit you weren't allowed to so in two thousand and two say we'll give you apprentice permit but you can go to arrange within New York City so they tell people okay you can't go out of New York City well they couldn't go out actually we know that this will never withstand scrutiny in court and so we can't let this lawsuit go or in this case disband the ATF mindset about every other day it occurs to me the other days not so much highlighted regulations can understand it federal regulations they're not laws they were passed by Congress they're just regulations made by New York City they don't know exactly what you're doing with your guns and especially with your hand guns and where you are every single day every single mom we can't actually keep pursuing it because it looks like they're actually mounting a good defense and it could shutdown this regulation I am of the manufacturing guns and they said but we don't actually want the precedent because we basically we know that the law is bad and Kratz but they have the potential to send you to prison for decades a regulation that nobody voted on in this case. ATF said the precedent fact there was a case I think ATF just dropped a case against a guy and CNN actually reported on it it was really interesting states and cities do they restrict rights and then when it gets challenged goes right up to the edge and they want to change the law they back out Oh yeah no no no nothing to see here avoiding did or people who raps to the Pistol License Department of which like three or four thousand guys went to jail for that I say and that was well documented they went to jail the stuff that goes on here number one near estate has premise permit generally allows you to have a gun in your home you can't take it to the ranger any place like this New York City into New York state because it was a premise permit and as soon as you cross the city London you no longer had a a handgun license so you get to spend L. A. it's it's amazing thing that's been going on there those of us and you're right those of us who don't live there don't quite have a handle on and it's hard to imagine the corruption in what's going on talk about the shooting there's reloading and hunting and self defense you'd like to join us it's of course it's free here to pay six six talk gun forgot I was going to tell you about it's Kinda weird kind of weird sometimes I don't know where I'm going with this I eight six six talk one or two but maybe a dozen or more hugely oppressive gun control laws that are going to go through there with Nary a speed bump on everything we know what's going on here it is just that close and there's a ton of money you have to be right now being and I was actually enrichment during the march there during lobby day which we were able to forestall at least temporarily da here at my local range and Last Saturday I shot my first two gun match which was just a blast I mean I had such a good time and bartered with political commercials Oh yeah they're all over the place and you know the interestingly though an awfully have this November close in this upcoming election and if the DEMOC I'm starting to say this but look if the Democrats get control you're going to have not I was with us out of Northern Virginia One I'm glad you called because I wanted to talk about that situation in Virginia anyway so you have the floor Sir hey calm again to do all the things because this is as you say it's right now you have a slim majority Republicans if that flips we know the government will reality Click Click still it oh he is Cacolo basically said Virginia will be completely unrecognizable state if the Democrats take control so we'd better get out there and vote on November fifth and really make our voices heard because it's I mean we have a slim majority in both chambers I think one or two seat majority but very slim Republicans we'll be no stopping it Virginia and if you're in Virginia yet to vote if you have friends in Virginia you don't live there you need to call them or contact them you need to go face tax free talk she said come back later I said I'm listening to Tom Gresham's gun talk right down the perfume before she opened the door to my office looking Mike a Million Bucks I'm a native New Yorker I moved to Virginia back in twenty seventeen and I'll tell you it's been such a breath of fresh air I've been able to you know I've I've been participating in ID on their Virginia is on the verge is going to sound weird to people the Virginia on the verge of becoming New York or California and it is that in good group and they really are a model that other states state gun rights groups auto take a look at yeah thanks Tom I know Arizona the second second amendment rally coming up right around the corner in DC which I plan on definitely I already told my wife don't count on me for that Saturday 'cause I'll be in DC but it all right back with you eight six six talk gun people are calling in right now bad analogy but it's like listening to a reformed smoker because you can say I have been where it's horrible and you need to and by the way congratulations smart move on becoming a member of the Virginia Virginia Citizens Defense League be CDL that is such an effective. I we gotta get out there I know that's national but I think it's still you know it it it still might have an effect on the local politics in Virginia have to imagine so pillow the the new legislature takes but you know we we're in a fight of our lives and there was an article in The Washington Post on October tenth that at this is really about Liberty Matt it's it's about freedom you know you have when I listen to you it's a maybe aw I don't know I want to say something here I you're not overstating it in fact I don't think it's possible to overstate what's you know born and raised in New York I was a Democrat once I was deep into union representation and all this you know the big bad greedy corporations and Arizona well yeah this is a national fight man and if you believe in liberty to me this is more about liberty than it is about I mean that's obviously about firearms but it really does the you know the Constitution doesn't apply up there so it's like I it's it's though you have moved to a free part of the country isn't it I came in I know you're you know I try to look at it like I compete against myself but I can't afford from the bottom and I'm fine with that 'cause I'm just all too happy to be able to do this because New York Stan I got out but if you're not in there you don't understand how it is I mean that's kind of what I'm hearing your voice one well Tommy not wrong I was raised it has a sister league out there it's called the AC Dino Arizona Citizens Defense League and I subscribe to them also I actually pay for a membership even though I don't it it really does feel that way but I'll tell you we are we are in the fight of our lives here in Virginia so I'm a member of the E. CDL make any sense well congratulations WanNa thank you for letting me talk about Virginia yes Virginia is huge and if you are a when I realized is that this is America man it's the land of milk and honey you can get out there no one is tying you to a desk or to a poll you know the things the right way swore citizenship that's a different topic but you know and I realized I said Hey you do whatever you want in this country and then it's like the lightbulb went off and it it was just refreshing to me to be able to read you know to think for myself and two but being from New York folks are kind of indoctrinated to think that world is at your fingertips here and my parents came here in the sixties because they want their from South America but they wanted a better life they came legally didn't hop offense to get here shooter gun owner Hunter I'm I you know it used to be I would say vote for the person who is good on gun rights now you have to vote for the Republican I wish it were it that way but that's what it is because if the Democrats get control there it will become Virginia Birthplace of presidents we've come a California or New York style state eight six six talk gun way you kinda depend on on the state for things but I don't know yeah you're you're told if that's gone away and if you don't think about it critically that's what you and perhaps more than any other organization ducks unlimited is working to ensure that our confidence wetlands not only survive dried kills ammunition the power of performance your firearm and enjoy the industry's only guaranteed forever satisfaction policy to stay up to date with the latest and best deals from Braunau's techs B. 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Rush Limbaugh Jun 18, 2020

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

02:28 min | 3 months ago

Rush Limbaugh Jun 18, 2020

"Hillsdale college is using this time as an opportunity to share their learning with you with free online video courses, nothing keeps you more engaged than learning Everyday Hillsdale College has twenty five different series available online on demand in every one of them comes as a college level course that focuses on one subject or another from the newest course on the history of the country, the original course constitution one one. You'll be surprised at how well placed and enjoyable. Every one of these courses are professors. Teach them employing great production values, and they're free now. The newest course from Hillsdale online called the great American story a land. Land of hope. This course shares the stories of individual successes in America. The land of opportunity for years Hillsdale has been producing online video college level courses, and they wanNA teach beyond campus. They love teaching. They love learning register online seconds. No strings attached for this all free rush for Hillsdale DOT, com the website in two thousand and five a bunch of community activists Berkeley California tried to force the local school board to change the name Jefferson Elementary School. Berkeley was radical Wacko leftist back then, but the idea getting rid of the name Jefferson. Elementary was just too extreme even for the liberal school board back then. Now, how times have changed last week, the Berkeley Unified School, District Board approved a resolution in support, black lives matter, and as a result of the unanimous vote. Jefferson elementary will get its name changed. Thomas Jefferson is out of there and a school named for George Washington Washington elementary will also get its name changed. Now never mind the George Washington was. The father of our country will let America the Revolutionary War that changed the world for the cause of liberty and freedom, never mind. That Washington did what few would do. He gave up power. They wanted to make him king. He said No. Never mind the Thomas Jefferson's role in writing the declaration of independence, his service as our first secretary of state or his own historic presidency, both these guys were slaveholders and that. Is enough reason to stamp out their names? Our history means nothing to leftist. The only thing that matters to them is erasing it. Don't know that they really can't.

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Rush Limbaugh Jun 12, 2020

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

02:35 min | 3 months ago

Rush Limbaugh Jun 12, 2020

"Hillsdale college is using this time as an opportunity to share their learning with you with free online video courses. Nothing keeps you more engaged than learning. Everyday, Hillsdale College has twenty five different series available online on demand in every one of them comes as a college level course that focuses on one subject or another from the newest course on the history of the country, the original course constitution, one. Oh One, you'll be surprised at how well placed and enjoyable. Every one of these courses are professors. Teach them employing great production values, and they're free now. The newest course from Hillsdale online called the great American story a land of hope. This course shares the stories of individual successes. Successes in America the land of opportunity for years, Hillsdale has been producing online video college level courses, and they wanNA teach beyond campus. They love teaching. They love learning register online seconds. No strings attached for this all free rush for Hillsdale DOT COM. The website, the legal aid, society and other liberal activist groups have been demanding that convicted criminals with health problems, or who happened to be older be released, be set free to protect them from the corona virus, so while law abiding citizens are made a lockdown. Liberal officials have been freeing the bad guys from lockup New York City released over fourteen hundred inmates many from rikers island over concerns. The virus was sweeping through the jails. On Sunday The New York Post reported that at least fifty of the release criminals have been rearrested for new crimes, and then some of these rearrested crooks were released again to protect them. New York's idiotic Mayor Bill. De blasio address the issue at a press conference on Monday, and downplayed it. He said only a small number of those released it committed new crimes. He promised the city would buckle down on the released criminals and would supervise them tightly in the future. What would drowns? How's it going to find him? De Blasio said. It's unconscionable just on a human level that the criminals over shown mercy return to a life of crime almost immediately. It's unconscionable shocking to the. He can't believe it. Mayor if these criminals you're talking about had a conscience. They wouldn't be criminals in the first place. It's a simple concept unless your brains been taken over by virulent unconscionable liberalism which. We know it has which is the big problem. We're so screwed. That's it is anyway.

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Rush Limbaugh Jul 07, 2020

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

02:27 min | 3 months ago

Rush Limbaugh Jul 07, 2020

"Hillsdale college is using this time as an opportunity to share their learning with you with free online video courses. Nothing keeps you more engaged than learning everyday. Hillsdale College has twenty five different series available online on demand in every one of them comes as a college level course that focuses on one subject or another from the newest course on the history of the country, the original course constitution one. One one, you'll be surprised at how well placed and enjoyable. Every one of these courses are professors. Teach them employing great production values, and they're free now. The newest course from Hillsdale online called the great American story. A land of hope this course shares the stories of individual successes in America, the land of opportunity for years. Hillsdale has been producing online video college level courses, and they WANNA teach. Teach beyond campus. They love teaching. They love learning register online seconds. No strings attached for this all free rush for Hillsdale DOT com the website. This was the celebration. They've always really wanted over the July fourth weekend. The American left showed us who they really are, and what they believe just outside the White House on what's now called black lives matter. Plaza Agitators stomped on and burned big American. American flag they chanted one two three four slavery, genocide and war, five, six, seven eight. America was never great. The flag organizers are part of an outfit calling themselves. The Revolutionary Communist Party and other events American hating left wing radicals called for president, trump and vice president pence to be removed from office in multiple cities. The day was marked by murder and mayhem, including mobs pulling down statues. I really hope that what's been on display. These past weeks has answered any questions. You might have harbored as to who the American left is what they think of the country and what they want, first and foremost, these are not people you can debate compromise with love America. They don't want our nation to thrive and prosper. They want to destroy yet and you. When they say America was never great. That's exactly what they believe. Now left wins in November. It should be obvious to anyone who loves this country that we will be in deep Doo Doo deep trouble.

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Rush Limbaugh Jul 10, 2020

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

02:30 min | 2 months ago

Rush Limbaugh Jul 10, 2020

"Hillsdale college is using this time as an opportunity to share their learning with you with free online video courses, nothing keeps you more engaged than learning. Everyday Hillsdale College has twenty five different series available online on demand in every one of them comes as a college level course that focuses on one subject or another from the newest course on the history of the country, the original course constitution one one. You'll be surprised at how well placed and enjoyable. Enjoyable. Every one of these courses are professors. Teach them employing great production values, and they're free now. The newest course from Hillsdale online called the great American story. A land of hope this course shares the stories of individual successes in America. The land of opportunity for years Hillsdale has been producing online video college level courses, and they wanNA teach beyond campus. They love teaching. They love learning register online seconds. No strings attached for this all free rush. Rush for Hillsdale DOT COM. The website a ten saga, thankfully come to a close. That's how long the little sisters of the poor nuns have been fighting OBAMACARE's mandate to provide contraception in their healthcare plans and goes against their Catholic faith so finally a Wednesday the Supreme Court upheld president. Trump's executive order, exempting the nuns from Obama's mandate for one hundred fifty years, little sisters of the poor nuns have run home serving elderly people in Poverty Democrats who? Who passed obamacare refused to acknowledge. That is a religious order. The little sisters could not be forced to provide services that violate their religious beliefs, writing the majority opinion Justice Clarence Thomas said the trump administration had the authority to provide exceptions for religious and conscientious objections he said the statute in plain language allowed the administration to make religious and moral exemptions. Now this decision. It wasn't even close. It was seven two only the leftist justices GINSBURG They're mad at the courts zeal to secure religious rights to the NTH degree, but they're really mad at the First Amendment which states that Congress cannot make laws that infringe on religious freedoms. The right thing was done here even though it took ten years. It's clear to anybody who respects the constitution that Obama never had the power to impose this mandate in the first place.

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Rush Limbaugh Jul 20, 2020

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

02:32 min | 2 months ago

Rush Limbaugh Jul 20, 2020

"Hillsdale college serves for purposes learning character, faith and freedom, education and faith thrive in freedom, and freedom requires people who are educated people of good character Hillsdale college has been providing the education needed to preserve free government for one hundred seventy five years. It continues to provide that education today only to the fifteen hundred undergrads and graduate students on campus, but nationwide to hillsdale creates and provides free online courses as well as supporting group of Keva twelve charter schools, Hillsdale's articles of association date back eighteen, forty four, they commit the college to preserving the blessings of civil and religious liberty through the provision of sound learning. The learning includes the constitutional laws of nature is described the declaration and America's Great Heritage of Liberty, Hillsdale's motto, pursuing truth and defending liberties eighteen, forty four. Find out all about it at rush for Hillsdale Dot Com in two thousand eighteen Florida voters approved a state constitutional amendment to restore convicted felons right to vote once they complete their sentence now that wording is important. The amendment allows felons to have their voting rights restored once. They complete the sentence. Liberals immediately tried to pull a fast one. They claim that even felons who had not satisfied. The terms of their sentence were included in the new amendment for example, if the Fella had to pay fines or restitution to the victims as part of their sentence, but didn't pay. Liberals argued that that didn't matter. Why, because it's racist to demand criminals pay fines or restitution keeps felons from voting because they are poor, so the Florida state legislature went to work. They passed a law, clearly, stating felons had to complete their sentence in. In full including paying fines and restitution as required before they're voting, privileges would be restored. The liberal sued them and last Thursday. They lost the Supreme Court ruled. That Florida can compel felons to finish their sentence in full before voting privileges restored, and the liberals are outraged as usual. They were counting on the criminal vote to put them over the top in the November elections. Felons are one of the Democrats, most important voting blocs hillary desperately needed him the criminals, and now they're frozen out at least in Florida. Good riddance!

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Rush Limbaugh Jun 08, 2020

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

02:35 min | 4 months ago

Rush Limbaugh Jun 08, 2020

"Hillsdale college creates a campus environment that inspires students to want to learn. It's a big deal. Great professors there have a passion for the subject matter of had and how it fits into our world. Hillsdale focuses on four core principles, learning character, faith and freedom. They have defined Hillsdale's mission. Since eighteen forty four hillsdale understands America's founders did that. A proper education is essential to preserving. Preserving a free country, young people need to learn about America's great heritage of Liberty how the government works and the importance of the constitution. They must develop the skills to become useful citizens now many learning institutions at every level come up short in this regard, which is why Hillsdale reaches beyond the campus, there are free online video courses and the newest efforts in providing classic. Classic Education But the K. through twelve charter schools coast to coast all help to fill the gap. You can learn from Hillsdale to start at rush for Hillsdale DOT COM on March Seventeenth Nevada's Democrat Governor Cecil lack ordered all non essential businesses to shut down to stop the spread of the virus, Las Vegas was hit hard hotels, casinos, and the lifeblood of that town have. have been shut down for almost three months now by April. Almost thirty percent of the city's workforce was unemployed. That's highest of any state and worse than during the Great Depression by May business. Owners elected Las Vegas officials were begging, pleading with their Democrat governor to open the place up like so many Democrat governors. The answer was no finally eighty days later. Closings are now. And finally open again and the Casinos WanNa make customers feel safe coming back to base, so they got temperature checks for people entering the resorts touch. Let's check INS, and even sanitized dice and cards along with the ever-present face facemasks, but it remains to be seen. All of that is going to bring people back. Here's what needs to be answered was the shutdown of Nevada's economy and America's really necessary. Did it help stop the virus from spreading so far? The answer coming from study after study is no in far too many cases, Democrat governors were willing to gamble with people's jobs, their prosperity and lives, and it was the people themselves. Sadly, who lost they always do and Democrats dates.

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Rush Limbaugh Jul 22, 2020

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

02:34 min | 2 months ago

Rush Limbaugh Jul 22, 2020

"Hillsdale. College serves for purposes learning character, faith and freedom, education and faith thrive in freedom, and freedom requires people who are educated people of good character. Hillsdale college has been providing the education needed to preserve free government for one hundred seventy five years. It continues to provide that education today only to the fifteen hundred undergrads and graduate students on campus, but nationwide to hillsdale creates and provides free online courses as well as supporting group of Keva. Twelve charter schools Hillsdale's articles of association date back eighteen, forty four, they commit the college to preserving the blessings of civil and religious liberty through the provision of sound learning. The learning includes the constitutional laws of nature is described the declaration and America's Great Heritage of Liberty. Hillsdale's motto pursuing truth and defending liberties eighteen, forty four. Find out all about it at rush for Hillsdale DOT COM on Tuesday longtime village voice editor cots posted an online piece. Dear America five better places to target the next time you go rioting now this. This guy says it is readers need a better strategy. Don't torch the autozone. Don't torture local bar. Use them instead. He said rioters auto attack five places that make America, not great I to get back at the NRA caught, says that his readers on a torch, the local gun shop instead of burning down restaurants next says the University of Phoenix should be. Be targeted because they supposedly fool kids who have no business going to college to get worthless degrees. Getting buried in debt, then comes wells. Fargo the nation's fourth largest bank symbol of unequal justice, according to Mr Cots rioters should take revenge next up. Rioters ought to find the nearest Amazon warehouse and burnt down. Jeff. Bezos and his buddies are guilty of weaponising. weaponising technology against their own workers, they come close to recreating a plantation economy and last, but not least Kat, says A. J. P.. Morgan should be attacked since they're the biggest American Bank and Criminal Enterprise. Now he may pretend us all joke, but it isn't. This is what's inside these twisted, deranged liberal minds, and it's now on American streets. It's serious stuff.

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Rush Limbaugh Jul 21, 2020

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

02:35 min | 2 months ago

Rush Limbaugh Jul 21, 2020

"Hillsdale college serves for purposes learning character, faith and freedom, education and faith thrive in freedom, and freedom requires people who are educated people of good character. Hillsdale college has been providing the education needed to preserve free government for one hundred seventy five years. It continues to provide that education today only to the fifteen hundred undergrads and graduate students on campus, but nationwide to hillsdale creates and provides free online courses as well as supporting group of Keva twelve charter schools Hillsdale's articles of association date back eighteen, forty four, they commit the college to preserving the blessings of civil and religious liberty through the provision of sound learning. The learning includes the constitutional laws of nature is described the declaration and America's Great Heritage of Liberty. Hillsdale's motto, pursuing truth and defending liberties eighteen, forty four find out all about it at rush for Hillsdale Dot Com. You might remember the New York Times Magazine reporter at responsible for that sixteen nineteen project, said America's only foundation is four hundred years of slavery well, she's got a new project. Project, it's called it. The twenty twenty riot project Nicole. Hannah Jones interviewed by CBS. News, about the mayhem unfolding Democrat cities, and she told everybody to be really careful with our language. She said that although it's disturbing to see property, being destroyed and stolen, we ought to remember. These are just things. She said that it isn't moral to describe smashing and looting as violence destroying property, which can. Can Be. Replaced is not violence. She said Nicole Hannah. Jones did not acknowledge the people who have been killed during all this torching and destroying and looting and pillaging and ransacking, nor did she mourn the businesses that have died or are going to die. First business owners were forced by their blue state governors and mayors to shut down for months because of the corona virus now the violent. Violent riots destroyed their life's work in dreams, and their vandalized businesses and stolen things won't just be magically replaced their dead so excuse US Ms New York Times magazine. If we think it's far more than merely disturbing that this is happening, while elected Democrat officials sit on their hands and literally do nothing to stop, and in fact, some of them even applaud and encourage more of it.

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Rush Limbaugh Jul 23, 2020

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

02:35 min | 2 months ago

Rush Limbaugh Jul 23, 2020

"Hillsdale college serves for purposes learning character, faith and freedom, education and faith thrive in freedom, and freedom requires people who are educated people of good character. Hillsdale college has been providing the education needed to preserve free government for one hundred seventy five years. It continues to provide that education today only to the fifteen hundred undergrads and graduate students on campus, but nationwide to hillsdale creates and provides free online courses as well as supporting group of Keva twelve charter schools Hillsdale's articles of association date back eighteen, forty four, they commit the college to preserving the blessings of civil and religious liberty through the provision of sound learning. The learning includes the constitutional laws of nature is described the declaration and America's Great Heritage of Liberty Hillsdale's motto, pursuing truth and defending liberties eighteen, forty four. Find out all about it at rush for Hillsdale Dot Com last week Speaker Nancy Pelosi continued her pander campaign to show solidarity with rioters vandalizing statues in blue cities throughout America. She called for all confederate statues to be removed from the capitol grounds. Now California Democrat Barbara Lee teamed up with Mississippi. Democrat Bernie Thompson on a house bill to banish. Confederacy back to their original states within one hundred and twenty days, new, Jersey, Democrat Cory Spartacus Booker introduced a Senate bill seeking to do the same thing now these Democrats are trying to erase the history of their own party. The confederate statues come from states then controlled by Democrats. It's the Democrat Party that gave America the confederacy dot K. K. K. State sponsored segregation and Jim Crow, but one of these confederate statues should get a new home up north now standing in statuary hall. Hall is the likeness of Your Ryan. Milton rose lawyer who was fiercely loyal to the confederacy in eighteen, sixty, five in little. Rock Arkansas you're Ri- arose founded the Rose Law firm many Clinton administration notables work there at the Rose Law firm including Hillary herself now instead of sending all your Ryan collect donations some warehouse. His white stone statue ought to be centered acquaintance estate in Chappaqua and sit dead center right there on the front lawn as a constant reminder of Democrat history.

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Rush Limbaugh Jun 19, 2020

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

02:34 min | 3 months ago

Rush Limbaugh Jun 19, 2020

"Hillsdale college is using this time as an opportunity to share their learning with you with free online video courses. Nothing keeps you more engaged than learning everyday. Hillsdale College has twenty five different series available online on demand in every one of them comes as a college level course that focuses on one subject or another from the newest course on the history of the country. The original course constitution one. Oh One, you'll be surprised at how well placed and enjoyable. Every one of these courses are professors. Teach them employing great production values, and they're free now. The newest course from Hillsdale online called the great American story. A land of hope. This course shares the stories. Stories of individual successes, in America the land of opportunity for years, Hillsdale has been producing online video college level courses, and they wanNA teach beyond campus. They love teaching love learning register online seconds. No strings attached for this all free rush for Hillsdale. Dot Com the website. You know it's not just Seattle. Berkeley New York and other Blue American cities this insanity that we see around us has spread to cities around the world in Liverpool England protesters vandalized street signs for Penny Lane the vandals blacked out the famous street name and spray painted racist lane all because of unproven speculation that the street was named for James Penny an eighteenth century slave merchant Steve. Mayor of Liverpool says that there isn't one shred of evidence that the street was named for the slave. Trader doesn't matter. The mob has ruled so I guess that we can expect that next. These history racing race warriors will come after the Beatles for daring to write an iconic song about their childhood memories of life in Liverpool, it was called Penny Lane, Paul Georgia John. Ringo anybody who collaborated with them probably will be denounced for writing a song about a street that maybe possibly might have been named for somebody in a slave trade. Three hundred years ago, you know these these crazed leftists don't give a rat's rear ended about evidence or history else. The UK protest mobs are also demanding that statues of Winston Churchill, and even Mahatma Gandhi come down nothing and nobody is immune from the blind rage of the mob. These leftists beyond nuts there truly flirting with insanity. Do not let them suck you into it folks.

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Rush Limbaugh Jul 17, 2020

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

02:34 min | 2 months ago

Rush Limbaugh Jul 17, 2020

"Hillsdale college is using this time as an opportunity to share their learning with you with free online video courses. Nothing keeps you more engaged than learning everyday hillsdale. College has twenty five different series available online on demand in every one of them comes as a college level course that focuses on one subject or another from the newest course on the history of the country, the original course constitution one one. You'll be surprised at how well placed and enjoyable. Every one of these courses are professors. Teach them employing great production values, and they're free now. Now the newest course from Hillsdale online called the great American story, a land of hope this course shares the stories of individual successes. In America the land of opportunity for years Hillsdale has been producing online video college level courses, and they wanNA teach beyond campus. They love teaching. They love learning register online seconds no strings attached for this all free rush for Hillsdale Dot Com the website Portland Oregon has been the scene of violent protests for almost two straight months this week and anti capitalist group calling themselves. The Pacific Northwest Youth Liberation Front set. Set up a so-called autonomous zone like the leftist crazies Seattle did a few weeks ago and nobody with any sense wants to risk their lives to go. Downtown businesses in Portland suffered over twenty three million dollars in damages and counting these vicious violent hate filled anti American protesters are also attacking federal buildings not to protect this federal property the department. Homeland Security deployed federal agents to Portland that has caused the mayor of Portland Ted Wheeler go ballistic. They are wheeler is blaming the federal agents for bringing violence to Portland streets all they've done is. Is defend themselves when attacked by these worthless shreds of human debris, anarchist's mayor, wheeler is demanding that federal agents either stay inside their federal buildings are get the hell out of town. This nutjob mayor also ordered federal agents to clean graffiti off these buildings graffiti that was put there by the violent anti-american anti-capitalist rioters that wheeler has allowed to control his city Mayor Wheeler in Portland. Like Mayor de Blasio New York is an object idiot, it is amazing. There are any businesses at all left in either city. For how long will there be?

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Rush Limbaugh Jun 11, 2020

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

02:35 min | 4 months ago

Rush Limbaugh Jun 11, 2020

"Hillsdale college is using this time as an opportunity to share their learning with you with free online video courses. Nothing keeps you more engaged than learning everyday. Hillsdale College has twenty five different series available online on demand in every one of them comes as a college level course that focuses on one subject or another from the newest course on the history of the country, the original course constitution one one. You'll be surprised at how well placed and enjoyable. Every one of these courses are professors. Teach them employing great production values, and they're free now the newest course from Hillsdale online called. Called the great American story, a land of hope this course shares the stories of individual successes in America the land of opportunity for years. Hillsdale has been producing online video college level courses, and they wanNA teach beyond campus. They love teaching. They love learning register online seconds no strings attached for this all free rush for Hillsdale DOT, com, the website, one of the biggest in a lot of ways, losers in two thousand eighteen Stacey Abrams. She wanted to be governor of Georgia, she was endorsed by big celebrities including the Oprah. Money poured into her campaign. She was supposed to win. But she lost, and then she played the victim card. She went around complaining. Only reason she lost was due to voter suppression. Well Stacey Abrams the loser now raising her hand, she wants to be Biden's running mate, so she'll say anything to get old glance Lancer way. She's telling. The World Biden's charming gregarious nece is not fake because he genuinely loves people. Another woman raising her hand is Foca Hottest Senator Elizabeth Warren went on a little watched cable show to announce that she wants to be. Be Joe's number one gal. She says that she had old. Joe Both want the same things for America. which is a laugh because she slammed Biden about everything before she dropped out other other Babes of the women raising their hands include. Governor Gretchen Whitmer who's over the top lockdown. Michigan's meant to show. WHAT AN IRON FIST! She has. Kamla, Harrison Amy Klobuchar also. Waving Joe Hoping to be noticed maybe for the first time in his life. Joe Biden is true. Ladies Man. The only question is. Will, he remember any of their names by the time he has to choose one.

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American Whiner  Episode 96

PodcastDetroit.com

55:12 min | 1 year ago

American Whiner Episode 96

"You're listening to the podcast detroit visit w._w._w. Dot i'd passed detroit dot com before information. Oh hi there what the fuck how you event then a minute. My name is alex. <hes> welcome to american winer. It's wednesday night at podcast detroit dot com how the fuck because everybody doing. It's great to be back. My feet are healed my healed. They're kind of ugly on top but i got some new sporran on him. I've been neo sporting the shit out of him for the past week and i can walk around around now without <hes> without excruciating pain so i will never take walking for granted again <hes> joining me tonight. <hes> my guests joining yes from saint clair shores <hes> good friend of mine a husband of a another podcast guest mr jim crow who was on last <hes> fall <hes> <hes> charlotte crawl also known as shar shar charlotte how you doing. I'm dan how are you. I'm good. You're actually were feeling a little bit under the weather <hes> <hes> today but but you said it's starting to pass like the storm just went over that just went over us. Yes yes it is and i'm glad you're feeder dealings. Thanks thank you yeah. You were up there when i when that happened you were there for that whole stupidly sunbird myself everybody if you listen to the last last episode you'll know that i'd sunburn the shit outta my feet and i <hes> they're doing better now though so yeah it's <hes> it's good to be back back up on my my feet literally but you're actually dr charlotte crawl i should i should mention and you are a dentist. You're the you're the dentists that i go to. I've been gone for <hes> since january and so that's where we're going to talk about tonight's dentistry which is a subject that <hes> you know you know about from the time when you're a kid and <hes> i i don't know much about it. I don't know much about the profession. I don't know much about the practice itself and it seems quite interesting. It's an it's interesting to me that it is an entirely separate practice. You got doctors who work on your whole body but the people who work on your mouth and your teeth. That is the sole focus of dentistry. There's the entire practice dedicated solely to your mouth and so that that is very interesting and we're gonna get into all that with <hes> dr crawl here but i'm i'm going to start off by asking the same question i asked everybody in. That question is where you're born. I was born in jackson tennessee. You were born in tennessee really quick one of the things i love about this. I've known you for several years now and i love doing these interviews because i find out things about my friends that i i i. I never knew i never knew that you were born in tennessee where whereas tennessee where in tennessee where you're born whereas a jackson jackson <hes> i believe granted i there's only four in there i moved from there when i was one and a half but i believe in like it's a hammer if it's west of nashville or it's if it might be by memphis actually <hes> but it's it's a little tiny little town. My dad was in <hes> his medical school residency when my sister and i were born so that's where i was born okay and then <hes> tell me about your childhood you didn't you didn't live in tennessee move to michigan. Did you guys move around a little bit. No we moved around a bit. <hes> we moved from tennessee to <hes> a little town in nebraska called <hes> franklin and then from there we moved to another little town in nebraska co broken bow and that's very much <hes> <hes> kindergarten and then from there moved to pennsylvania <hes> about an hour outside of philly and then alimentary school in pennsylvania like crazy one through four and then moved to michigan and you did you get where where in in michigan did you go so we went to hill which is kind of by the ohio indiana border <hes> and and my dad took a job there as a retailer just and small town hospital very small town. <hes> people know hillsdale college. Sometimes they're quite famous for a few things but <hes> that's that's where we moved to and then <hes> yeah. That's went to school so that was middle school on you better you. You bet a michigan resident yep middle school on. I've been in michigan okay. <hes> i consider michigan home yeah well. You're a year younger than me. Okay so that's you know that's. That's the majority of your life right there. That was must have been interested as a kid though to move around. Did you think at the time you're like you know. I've already lived in three different states. This isn't gonna last. I wasn't one hundred percent sure when we moved here. 'cause we'd never looked longer than four years in in a single air in place so a little bit like oh. Maybe we'll move again. I hated moving. I mean what kid does what could likes moving and leaving all their friends and having to make new through that that reset yeah. I only did it once that i mean i i was born in columbus ohio. Columbus is my tennessee because i don't remember columbus at all but i remember moving in birmingham detroit and try to south lyon was the big so it was like troy established myself i had friends and then all of a sudden it was like he didn't even they gotta start all over again. This is this is ridiculous. <hes> that was pennsylvania michigan for me. I remember balling on the sidewalk not wanting to get in the car to leave. What was your impression of michigan compared to the other places voices he'd been but i like a lot of people who don't know the state of michigan. I thought where the hell michigan. I don't even know where that is. No i don't think about michigan. I didn't know people thought that there are definitely people that think that because i didn't tell him to michigan i had no clue what it was about but the first impression i have michigan was kind of terrifying because when we came to look for houses my whole family came my parents brought all us to look for houses and we came through <hes> canada and because we wanted to see niagara falls we came through canada that way came through onto the tunnel into detroit and there was a demonstration going on and they were like fifty thousand people down there and they were like banging on our windows. We could hardly ooh and my dad was like okay just lay on the ground on the ground. It's okay kids. This is just detroit. This isn't michigan. This is just detroit impression person of michigan and like oh. My god doesn't terrify but then you know when we actually got to where we moved. The small town that was part was fine but that was my the first impression of michigan was being our car big product by demonstrators tree. What the hell was the protest for. I've no idea i was like a sunday too. You know i have no clue what was happening. I was you know nine. That happens by don't really i don't have a whole lot of recollect additional being freaked out well. That is if my first impression in michigan had been. I don't know how we came into missing about. It wasn't through the emerged from this tunnel that goes under a river into a crowd of people people banging on your windows. You know i'm surprised that doesn't happen more often for people who i'm surprised. It's not more people's first impression in michigan but you know once we got here. You know i got a lot more. I could see a lot more of the state to help beautiful plate but actually is yeah <hes> so <hes> you mentioned your dad was a radiologist. Could you tell us about your parent's careers and what they did so my dad's radiologist that was that what started as he went into the military right out of high school he got drafted into military at seventeen <hes> and he he then served his time active duty for four years and then when he got out of active duty he stayed in the military <hes> used to g._i. Bill <hes> <hes> to go to college so he was an older couch student <hes> and he met my mom because she was a college professor so bit of a scandal there but he he was older. I mean he was twenty two when he met my mom and she was thirty three so my dad then decided you know what i'm going to go to medical school so like medical school in nebraska and then <hes> which is from and then <hes> decided you know. I'm just going to be a family medicine. You know medicine doctor sure so he went did a residency in medicine started working realized he did not like it. He didn't really like working with that variety of people in a small town they could just come to your house. Knock on the door and find you so he decided he was going to be reality. If that's really what his bong term goal was he was trained as a rad tech radiology algae technician in the military so his long term goal was to be radiologist but he didn't think he could get in right out of medical school into residency program so that was kind of his dexter and then my mom was a chemist on just got a masters about chemistry and <hes> she taught teacher she taught <hes> in louisiana public schools the first year they were integrated <hes> back in the sixties <hes> and she taught high school and college various points in her career. <hes> <hes> adventure kind of she stayed home off with us kids <hes> and so she's she's retired now but my dad's about to retire actually two next month <hes> but yeah that's kind of my parents career pads so very science oriented. That's that's very storied there and that was very interesting the way that they met and and like your dad's slow but steady career path like he played the long game on that one you know he wanted to be in a radio that he made some stops along the way yeah yeah definitely and i'm not sure that was you know i don't know if he even knew that if that was going to be his as ed to plan i think it was just getting through school and getting into a residency program. It's hard enough and and then back and doing another residency 'cause residency. His first residency was three years. I think it was four so i mean he spent a long time finding school. Tell me about what kind of a student you were. There's a actually before we get into that. Forget forget that question going back to the childhood stuff. We'll stay on anti-family bit. You are <hes> a twin if a twin sister and then i know you have one older brother and i feel like you might have another one too. I can't remember <hes>. I think that's right yeah. I knew it was. I've met i've met one is the younger brother is a chiropractor and i've met him and then i knew you had you had at least one more but you have of several more so i could you just tell us about your siblings including a twin sister hip so my oldest brother is almost thank two years older than my sister and i <hes> <hes> and he lives in louisiana <hes> he's lived with us through periods of time <hes> but he lives in louisiana no and then my second brother is <hes> lives in nebraska still. That's where he went to college so he stayed. He got married and they have a son. My nephew fourteen going to be a freshman this year yeah which i can't believe <hes> and then my next oldest brother is the chiropractor and he lives in hillsdale so <hes> and then eh twin sister lives in royal oak and she is trained in the donna hi john <hes> however she's taking a bit of time to stay home with her son was sixteen months and tell me about your childhood growing up because that's really interesting family dynamics your your brother was nineteen. You were born yeah. What's what what was your childhood like so. He was on around a ton <hes> growing up. I don't have any memories of him until he came to live with us. Tournai with <hes> maybe pete i wanna say so soon soon before the two michigan he came to live with he'd had them rough time <hes> and move back home <hes> so i don't have any early memories of him <hes> i have some of my earliest memories are of the next oldest brother like fourteen. When i was born <hes> i remember him like living in the basement in nebraska and then him leaving college i remember all of that and then he was i was seven when he got married so we were flowers in his wedding and and all that and then the next oldest brother is only three and a half years older than my sister and i so we we're the ones who really grew up together. <hes> i have lots of memories of my sister. I can't give up on him but because we were the annoying. Little sisters like everybody has <hes> plus. You're the youngest to and your babies and for girls <hes>. I mean you re always into his. I've just always remember him his friends row your older brothers. Were they more like it sounds like they're almost like what was that like having a brother that old like you said you didn't you didn't uncle i was going to say it's like an uncle yeah but were they just kind of like these mysterious figures. You know like you said you didn't know you didn't really have any memories of the one until you were eight. I mean you're a fully formed person at that point <hes> and i mean when he started living with you guys. Was it a kind of like wow this is the guy this is. The guy that they've talked talked about you know and this is what he's actually liked. This is incredible right yeah. It's kind of like that. It's like having two alkyl figures sort of who are your brothers <hes> you you know and we're a blended family. Those are my the mildest brothers my two oldest brothers from my first marriage so that did that didn't really play into it at all <hes> <hes> i just because they were so much older. They were more like uncle figures <hes> but yeah. It's kind of odd that i don't really have any memories of him. When i was real little then you know now my parents captured on video mom video <hes> and looking back at it but i have no actual memories of him until he was you know until i was eight so but the other brother like i said i have some very early memories of him but then once we moved from nebraska i it became <hes> i only saw him. Maybe twice a year <hes> so dat whole relationship has been kind of long distance really <hes> so that was just a bit of dynamic there that it will different and i feel like that happens though in families where the generations are all spread out it happened to my mom's family <hes> there are six of them and they you know the oldest was eighteen when the youngest was born so eight you know it just there's a big spread and that happens a lot in those families where they you know. There's a different dynamic with discipline. That's literally a different generation but he's a different location than you. Did you find different generation. Did you find that you had <hes> that. That gave us sort of an advantage to see these this. There's this huge gap between you and your brothers and it was actually pretty evenly spaced <hes> and <hes> did did you just watching them. Did you find that that kinda gave you like some some sort of like a life trajectory inspiration or advice i would say probably <hes> just the fact that they were already adult when i was growing up and seeing them as the larger than life people <hes>. I think that probably had some sort of shaping on my <hes> path. I just remember like people thinking. My brother was giant guy 'cause he is. He's like six foot seven. He played football as senior. High school is very broad the older he's just a big guy so i can remember him thinking you know i remember people their reaction to him as thinking. He's like this larger than life person do you have there is <hes> mold what happened a little bit. The reason i asked is because i'm the oldest of four and i was talking about youngest youngest brother who's got his own thing going on and <hes> he was telling me like yeah you know it was it was nice to be able to watch you and the other two siblings so you know it was like okay. I'm not gonna make that mistake. You know i'm not gonna do not gonna do this. Again was definitely a lot of that too. I mean yeah. There was definitely a lot the thing that and some of it. I was too little to understand at the time wrote <hes> but i looking back on it. I'm like oh yeah. I guess that was something that influenced glenn thinks it's something not to do and really the brother who school system age. He had more of a factor in that i think because it was like you know we all went to college and part of that is because he was there. <hes> and i think that had a lot to do with it because he was a senior in my freshman so you know i feel he like his pass affected me a little bit more than the older just because they were so much older <hes>. I feel like that was more of the case <hes>. What kind of a student were you growing up. I didn't know there was always a pretty good student. I can remember struggling a bit which eating when i was really little my sister and i had just turned five but birthdays actually tomorrow it'll be birthday just turned thank you and we had just turned five right before school. We'll start laker forcible started. My mom started kind of young but she knew we were probably catch up and we were going to really tall our age so she didn't wanna hold just back <hes> so i had a little bit of trouble with like reading and south but once i got that figured out that was fine like i i was always a really good student. <hes> things came pretty easy for me. I guess <hes> i have a semi. I would say my photographic memory. <hes> saana full photographic memory but like studying and stuff was i usually didn't have to do a ton of it monthly paid attention in class. I could recall facts and figures pretty really all pretty good dude. Did you do any like extracurricular. Activities not really <hes>. I did gymnastics until i was in high school and then i stopped because one i got you toll five eleven gymnasts or not that tall <hes> so i kept i kept injuring myself outgrowing outpa- like what i can do physically as first gravity is concerned. I just couldn't figure out how to make my boobs the way i need to so <hes> i had thought that the night did band and stuff growing up. I played <hes> but i didn't really do in high in school. I didn't really do sport thing. I went to a very small private school. I'll make twelve kids in my class. My sister and i were to the twelve so just they didn't have they did a lot of sports had a lot of sports. They always wanted to ask about volleyball but i'm not positive person when it comes to that <hes> force you're just not my thing and i'm often doubt the most coordinated person when it comes to sports and great hand eye coordination but i i am too like a basketball longtime too afraid of the ball like heading in any way you want to get back in the face by volleyball. It's funny though the things that you mentioned that you you sort of. Have you noticed your skills. Good hand eye coordination near photographic memory does all our good skills to have in any medical field. You know so it's it's interesting that the those were the things that you noticed your so. Let's move into dentistry then. When did you first get get interested in it so i was in seventh grade and my i was in girl scouts my sister and discuss my mom was our troop leader <hes> and he had this event called a girl to <hes> and it was an event put on by the girl scouts to kit girls involved interested in <hes> fields that had to do with math and find so they got all these professional women together <hes> they had <hes> veterenarian they'd have physicist and engineer. They had a biologist. They had an orthodontist dentist dr <hes> maybe a couple others that i'm forgetting right now. <hes> and they had like there was little sessions and you've got to pick thanks three or four sessions that you wanted to go to hear these women speak about their profession <hes> and i kind of on a whim went the dental one and it was the denison the orthodontist <hes> the two women <hes> did their presentation together and i just remember being sued or fascinated by what they were talking about so i'm not a squeamish person obviously for what i do <hes> but like they let us play with some of the orthodontic tools and they let us play with <hes> sealant material so feeling so these things that you put on teeth you flown to the groups of heat so that you don't get cavities them. I'm and let us do that on these little stake mounted teeth and i remember thinking wow this is really fun and then <hes> the women themselves they actually gave each other injections in front of us show that it actually doesn't hurt that given the proper way. It's not painful experience and all the other girls were like covering their is the campus this my right up front. They're like oh so cool. I love this so that is what kind of sparked the interest that whole thing that really sparked the interest and then throughout high school. I just kept thinking you know and this is what i wanna i do and this is what i wanna do and then went to college and i didn't really know that much about dentistry other than that little experience when i was in college i oh i did an internship. <hes> between my sophomore and junior years with my dentist from home <hes> and i spent an entire summer in their office are running about dentistry and about what a dentist actually does and how an office runs <hes> and that really solidified you know mike obviously interest in dentistry the fact that i did want to be that kind of prevented that is so interesting because and and nice too because so many people when they're twelve and they see i wanna do this that interest is not stay with them even and so that's so cool that it actually work and what's nice about dentistry to that's a profession that kids will say even younger than twelve will say like oh. I wanna be a dentist because they know what a dentist is. You're right and and so. You actually did that because i'd never. I never really knew that <hes> i. I know i've probably talked about about this with you but <hes> you know. I'd never really knew if that was if it went back that far for you so there wasn't any career path that you've ever considered though it was always like i think i'm gonna go at dentistry eight yes or no so when i asked college <hes> <hes> everybody was like you know what you're gonna major him and i didn't really know my parents. Growing up always told us major in whatever you want card bliss of if you want to continue on because you need to find something that you like just in case if you're applying for some sort of specialty the school you don't get in. You need to have a fallback of what could you possibly do so. I took that to heart <hes> i actually majored in geology in college so i was a freshman figuring out classes and i just said you know i always i always had a fascination with rocks when i've always constantly thinking at proctor and fossil's fossil's and things like that so i was like maybe i'll try geology class. I took an interest in geology class loved it so i declared my major. It was a geology major had a concentration in pre dental fine so i went to albion and <hes> they have a great pence per game so i majored jealousy i hit beaumont yachts classes calamari prerequisites for donald school too because that was still like my goal <hes> so it worked out for me that got in and that you know i do what i love to do but being geologist kind of my fallback so i didn't really have that as a career path but that was my my fallback if something hadn't worked out that is that is so hilarious they'll 'cause. I'm going to be a dentist but if that doesn't work i'll be i'll be a geologist. That's very different thing yeah yeah my interest you know early interest growing up with all its rock and geology so that was kind of a ticket will the the very first class i took in college that i hadn't colleges geology and that was one of the best professors and the best classes i took in all of college college it was it wasn't enough for me to go. I wanna be geologist but it was. I still remember things that i learned in that class. Potassium feld spar and all the rest of that <hes> <hes> the the very first thing people think that it's such an easy thing you know in the easy choice we had to have a science credit and a lot of people because they called it rocks jack. They think it's going to be super easy. They get no class and they it's not easy understanding so i don't even know what hey light. Is you know but <hes> yeah. I remember the professor came around the very first thing. He did some very first decolletage. He put he put <hes> what looked like a piece of gold in front of everyone and he went up to the firm. He's like i'll bet you that will never happen. Throughout the rest of your collegiate career. We're the professor comes around and puts a hunk of gold in front of you and of course it wasn't actual gold it was it was <hes> fool's gold <hes> but <hes> but here. I am talking talking about this. I mean that was in two thousand and four so their work yeah but anyway so back to the dentistry <hes> so oh you went to albion you said so. Tell me about the process of you know. You obviously didn't need to fall back on geology so what happened you just went in and immediately asserted excelling at it or if you were just like this is this is right. I college was fun. I i had any kind of a hard transition into albion the live on campus. You cannot commute <hes> you have to have special permission to commute so it's only half an hour from my house but i went. I just such a small school in high school that i have hard time like but the social aspect of everything learning how to be around you know i had five hundred kids in my class in college which you know people. I tell them that now like my god. I had more than that but for me. That was a lot of equal so i did have a little bit of hard time socially that first semester the one i made my group of friends and got into it like the academically i she was really d- but you know as you get farther long enough to do harder classes for your major but i also had to do all my so to in order to apply for donald ball and changed a little bit since i applied that was like can ten years ago while i was applying <hes> you have to take specific classes that donald will be different. There's some key classes. Does it pretty much. Everybody has to take you have to take <hes> you know a full year biology chemistry inorganic chemistry and organic chemistry. You're <hes> you have to take an english class. You have to take a math class <hes> and you also have to take like they recommend taking biochemistry histology physiology theology anatomy some of the other classes those recommended widening can take all the recommended classes necessarily biochemistry and <hes> pathology. I didn't get to take an enemy none of that so i was a. I don't think that disadvantage necessarily because academically. I was fine <hes> but my choon your year of college so after my junior college between junior and senior i was at oakland university taking physics fix i on that and i had to live there because it was point from my house so super boring. I class like two days a week and a lab one day week so i was i finished finish my homework pretty much right. As soon as i got back to my dorm i read a lot of books that summer <hes> read a lot of books watch movies but i figured out i was. I was also trying to study from might the eighteen th dental aptitude tests <hes> and i i was so freaked out and stressed out i call him. I'm crying one day and i said mom i think i take off one hundred but i can't just keep doing so and she was very sporty. She's like i was crying because i thought she'd be upset or mad or anything. I should know better. My parents are such lead people very supportive people <hes> but i i still after my senior year. <hes> i took a year off <hes> between college docile really and did that did that moment for you for you. Kinda come out of nowhere because it sounded like you were cruising along and doing okay and then all of a sudden bam no it it did it kinda hit me and i was coming from but i you know i had taken yeah i hadn't he would take my hat. I had i taken it one. I took it twice because i wanted to improve on a couple of things. It's not an easy test best <hes> so i had taken it once i studied take it again and i just i got this overwhelming sense of i need a break <hes> <hes> and so i that was kind of a defining moment a little bit because i was like i need a break. I can't just keep doing that so i didn't end up buying that. Pat brown that cycle and what did you do. I take my dat again and improved a little bit in areas that i wanted to improve <hes> and then i decided i haven't year we're gonna do so. I knew i had to apply during that era. I started the application process in the meantime. I i had my senior year of college. I went on a mission trip. <hes> with a group focal orcades two hundred and i tatra for a week after graduation and i absolutely fell in love with the people <hes> and just the experience that i had working working alongside hunter and trying to help trying to better their communities and <hes> i was working at hunter dentists and <hes> i was kind of watching what he did and they're like crazy fast that extraction special. Thank you <hes> in a work. You know very very poor country like that. That's they believe you and <hes> they're just been a military coup in the country in two thousand nine very unstable politically <hes> and it was very <hes> my mama's little hesitant for me to go but adult the whole i made the decision to go <hes> but i fell in love with it and i they offered me a golden brigade docker position. It's it's not pay condition. That was a nonprofit <hes> and it was just an experienced. They're going to pay for me to live in honduras for a couple of months and get <hes>. Tom kennedy one of their dental coordinators so yeah it was. It was an amazing experience. That must've solidified because i mean that was you were actually doing worked there. In a place that really needed it you know and people that really need it so that was kind of. You must have been if i don't like this now then. I'm not doing the right thing but if i do like it then this is i made the right choice right so it was a little bit difficult because applying for school and i had to go on interviews so oh i i remember gain email because they had called my mom. I think i had somebody i had to put another phone number on their cell phone work in honduras so i had to put like my mom number on at those sheets email like hey the interview <hes> and the internet there talked it was so slow you had to go to an internet cafe and it was spotty at best <hes> if the wind blew the wrong way it would knock evander that out <hes> so it was just a mere they can even communicate with anybody for that but i had the email all my stuff <hes> so so yeah but i found out i had any that way <hes> but it was it was a little tough doing all that but totally worth it so we're going to dental school cool university detroit mercy and i i had applied to five different schools also and they were my number one choice because <hes> of their clinical program i had been <hes> to them at uky on open houses and tours and stuff and i loved you've had such a more clinical experience meaning <hes> you really learned how to be a dentist and how to be that <hes> thank you have have doesn't teach people that <hes> but they have <hes> kind of a stronger focus on the research aspect and technological advances for dentistry and for me that was not going to be my focus. I knew that from the get go. I've wanted to be a good clinician. Get necessarily want to focus on like you know that portion of dentistry well so i mean how long was dental school in four years another four years so that you go through that what was that like was it. <hes> you know what i mean. Obviously there were challenges. Does you know it was the but you still you made it through it. Obviously <hes> <hes> just tell them. Tell me about there. Were a lot of challenging dental school but i made you know again had quarter befriends <hes> and dental school i had started with nine. The two kids we graduated. We picked up a couple of <hes> foreign students <hes> when someone comes in as a foreign dentist you know if they get a degree in dentistry in another country they they have to complete three years of dental school <hes> in the states to be over to practice in the united states <hes>. It's not like that medicine necessarily but it is in dentistry was picked up a couple of <hes> job security partly <hes> making sure that everybody's on plainfield so we're making sure sure that someone who's coming in from another country they not have had the same clinical experience as what someone who graduated here does so. It's it evens even playing field. Everybody's got three years yes so we picked up a couple extra. I think a graduate it's about ninety six and we were all really close like you go through that experience intense of a rigorous program <hes> you really get close with the people that you go through with <hes> and that's something that it's a unique experience all its own <hes> because you're you're not in my class did not have the take care each other down competitiveness because they didn't rank. They did do a rank system of like earth's two seconds over blah but those numbers were never ever posted. Your name was never attached to number <hes> they told you each semester you got little card in your mailbox at that rank wasn't class <hes> so we weren't like super competitive <hes> like some classes. Are you know like medical schools or whatever people tend to like tear each other down. We were never like that. <hes> we were very close low scruples people so it's kind of nice to have that because you know you're going to this kind of awful experience i mean it's rewarding but it's awful because you're having to you so much and very big risk <hes> but you know you you learned through it together so not to skip over over it or anything but <hes> just just for the sake of keeping this 'cause i got a bunch of the questions i do want to ask you specifically about the practice of dentistry. Tell me about <hes>. Did you get the job. I'm in rochester that you have now right out of school. No <hes> i actually kind of made stupid mistake right out of school i i didn't know i didn't think anybody who's going to hire somebody fresh out of school so i started applying at corporate offices like great expression aspen dental those those those places redwood dental bright smile those are all corporate practices and they hired new grad all the time. They have a very high turnover rate and it was enticing. I think they had a really good salary <hes> he had been about that you could you know baked during the day so it was really enticing so i signed the contract. It opened an office by my house that point <hes> and i hated it from the gecko even before i started working with them i hate it so even before i started it looking at other jobs and actually turn in my resignation from there before i started working. How long were you there. I was only there for about two weeks but they had thanks day <hes> this yet ninety day notice before leaving but they actually let me go early and you went from there to rochester which is where you're at now uh-huh yup and tell me how you found the rochester job <hes> i apply for a bunch of jobs <hes> m._p._a. Publishes at j. f._d._a. Vish and now has a <hes> has a magazine that they put out <hes> and i look in the journal them down nation and i'm flipping through it and it has like classified ed people looking for dentists at this looking for positions so i started going through and marked off a whole bunch and i sent out resumes i got interviews with it's a couple of different places <hes> and actually called the phone interview i. She called her kids read some sporting event and i was at a bauge he shower bridal shower. I think so we talked on the phone for just a couple of minutes. You know that hey can i call you at another time but just want to let you know i like to resume and i wanna talk to laura so we had a second phone interview shoe in person interviews and she her and i got along great makiko. She's like i want to hear you and i told her everything though brian richard with trying to get out of my contract the other place that's okay. I will wait all the position. Just let me know so then. When i got released early from that contracts. She was so happy that i could start working right away <hes> but had i found it. It was just a win then. You've been there ever since so so a <hes>. Tell me about it though what's it. What's it like working. There was you're living the dream. Now you achieved your goal your dentist. I aw my boss. She's more like a mentor. I consider a mentor lost. <hes> she is fantastic. She's an amazing that this and she's helped me grow so much professionally and personally that i over so much <hes> and i love to work with <hes>. We've got a great team of <hes> hygienist us than assistant said staff and <hes> i. I wouldn't trade it for anything. That's been really good experience and what's it called so the listeners know <hes>. We dentistry spelled l. e. h. Though okay i'm gonna fire off some questions just about dentistry in your experience with it <hes> <hes> and we'll <hes> we'll see how many of these we can we can get through the first one is what what about dentistry surprised you when you actually started learning about and practicing it. Oh man just the multi things the amount of crazy stuff. I had no idea could happen that was pretty surprising <hes> just like in general <hes> and then people surprised me. I didn't think i would like it as much as i do. I love talking school and getting notre stories. That's probably it was the most surprising thing that i found. It didn't think i would like that as much as i do. <hes> what do you wish. Others knew about dentistry industry like just ran. Just the civilians will say my biggest thing that i wish people would stop saying oh. I'm probably putting your kid through school right now auto buying your next car dentistry can be expensive but we have a lot of debt when we come out of school and it's really what you're are paying for. Is we have a high overhead and offices. All the stuff that we use is like it's disposable that costs money <hes> so that's the biggest pet peeve is when people say that no don't really make that much money people so that's one thing i would wish people would now what's one thing people people should know about their teeth that they usually don't <hes> this one gave me a lot of trouble trying to come up with an answer for this one <hes> <hes> i guess the biggest thing that i want people to know is a lot of what happens to your teeth. Yes it. It has a lot to do with how you take care of them but a lot of it i would say about seventy percent of it is genetic so how your analysts formed and <hes> how what is the ph of your saliva like there's a lot of things that have to genetics so when someone says they have soft teeth they don't have software they have crappy bacteria that attacking their teeth <hes> that so that's kind of one thing that i wish people knew more about is you don't have really don't talkies you have crappy networks that have caused you to have that experience so this is one one instance where actually personal responsibility only goes so farts. You really are predisposed to certain things being you are saying that people don't have to brush their teeth. <hes> it's not that it's just that some. I've seen patients agents who come in. They have great homecare like their day of perfect homecare comfortably. There's a plaque keith but they get cavities almost every center and it it's that they have the bad bacteria that causes cavities and they can't control it. What's the biggest misconception exception about dentistry or that you have. I guess this kind of this might tie into the whole like you guys you. Don't make as much money as your stereo zere stereotype to make that that's the stereotypical one also we have. I mean we have a lot of patients. You know. No one likes coming to see us. I guess i'll just make a blanket could statement. Most people do not like to the dentist because as you're coming to see us other than just for cleaning something's wrong if a problem that needs to be fixed and we get what we do you is fear. People have a fear of coming to the dentist. If a fear of pain <hes> i have patients who would say they would rather give birth again and then have some of the things that we do. That's a pretty strong statement <hes> so i think one of the biggest misconceptions is you have to trust crash that we aren't there to her to help you. <hes> why is it so painful like what's the science behind that. Is it just because your mouth is so damn sensitive or why. Why is it so the nerves. Everything is very interconnected in my body enough. We all know that now <hes> they say two of the most this rule pains are toothache kidney stones so if you've ever had a kidney stone it is like it's extremely painful. I've never had myself but i know it's extremely painful having a toothache i have seen people come into my office in absolute tears because they're tooth is causing much pain. The nerves of your teeth are very sensitive so you know when someone says man they hit a nerve yeah that can happen <hes> which is why we have to numb people from what we do to make it more comfortable but it isn't because think about it. If you have a toothache you can't sleep. You can't eat everything is everything is difficult to breathe. It really impacts your life <hes> and it just it just has to do with the fact that your nerves in your mouth are just that that sensitive for for do you know why that that is up for on an evolutionary level like why we evolved to have such sensitive like why our mouths you know i you know i have not one hundred percent sure <hes> you know there have been there's evidence of dentistry back in the mummy's like four thousand five thousand years years ago. There's evidence of early dentistry in those people <hes> two thousand ten thousand years ago well. They king tut died of the two thousand. That's right do stuff so it's been kind of that whole thing but i don't know why are are are so sensitive. I guess because it's a way it's a measure of <hes> letting you know if there's infection in your body. You know sometimes you. Can't you know there's a lot of people that have cancer. I don't know it <hes> but to you know <hes> and it's like a warning sign. I think like kit the taking care of before it gets out of control. I think another reason it might be. That's your fuel intake you know and if you're going to put something in your mouth that can't eat that will there's that and if you put something in your mouth burns or tastes funny funny or bad you it's gonna kill you so that's probably got to do is to while your taste buds and stuff are so sensitive is to keep us from getting poisoned and <hes> that's that's that's all part of it in the burning thing <hes> and you know your teeth can feel extremely you know your tongue. Winging teeth can fill the breadth of a hair off. That's true think about how that whole they're all interconnected and you know if you bite down something really hard it send. Do you like a warning shot like hey don't do that. You know one one thing. I found absolutely fascinating. There's actually two things but the first thing is like you can. I learned this you can actually you're capable of biting your own fingers off but your brain won't let your mouth do that because of self preservation and the other thing. I just realized i just this ties into what we were just talking about the sensitivity like babies. I remember learning early on. That's why babies will feel things with their mouths. You notice like they wanna put everything in their mouth because that's that's one of the best ways to investigate things like what their toys non their little plastic rings and it's not just because they're teething because you know it's it's how how how does i think feel tactile function is not as good as they're about as at feeling the difference is a thing do you do you work on infants. Sir is a completely different thing no so there are a bunch of different specialties within dentistry but i'm a general dentist so i work on pretty much everybody pretty <hes> we generally start in kids around the age of three i reduced younger however they won't do anything when they're that little they oftentimes types of even let us get our instruments in their mouth <hes> so that's just kind of like looking to make sure they have their teeth to make sure things are coming in properly to make sure they don't have any offense decay if they do that little they have to see a pediatric dentist is somebody that only works on children but we see all ages all ages of the people this next question is kind of to to parted <hes>. I wanna talk about like tech advances in the first. I'll start with what sort of tech advances dances have sort of blown your mind since you've started practicing so you've been at it. You know you said you're in honduras around two thousand nine. That's a decade and things move fast when it comes to admit it medicine listen and technology so what's the biggest like leap that you've made there that we've made. I should say <hes> that you've you've seen since you've been practicing so they try to teach everything. You need to know to be dentist dental school but dental schools are behind on some of their technology so when i got out of school hello <hes> my office has sarah machine which is a machine that is the three d. printer basically mills crowns and i had been trained on that <hes> but the advances that happened between my training and getting out of school was crazy. <hes> i mean you can do so much now and just the the three d. imaging that's available now <hes> and you know three d. imaging with guided implant restorations <hes> there's just a lot a computer <hes> advances and even x-rays i mean i was trained on digital x rays in school but even from that i mean i can see so much more now on the experts that we use that i ever could before you know what the biggest jump for me was because i i'm old enough to remember this. I mean you are too. <hes> is the when they got. They traded out the sink for the suction hose that was the biggest thing was no more spitting in the sink. It was it was take this thing and you even get the hold. Hold it and then and then it just it's way cleaner so very very interesting. Nancy <hes> do ever work with those who are those are the where the suction tubes already in practice by the time you came along. Oh no suction today in practice a long time before i before it got out of school so yeah. No i never worked. I just remember them as a kid. Now i'll be this is gross. What's the in terms of like the future sure what what do you think is going to be the biggest the next big thing in terms of dentistry technology they have been trying. Thanks for a long time to put through a couple of things that i actually think may eventually happen. <hes> one is in this one. I don't know it will actually go all through or not but a vaccine for cavities there are specific bacteria that cause cavities and they've been trying forever to get it back seen together for that i i. I don't see that happening. I don't see that being a per priority. <hes> necessarily for the advancement of dentistry <hes> <hes> somebody other stuff it's laser dentistry has come a long way <hes> using a laser to cut teeth instead of a burr <hes> doc i think has is going to make a bigger push for that and then like i said just eating <hes> using the technology that we already already have and making the advancement eventually who knows they might be able to re-grow a tooth. I i don't know <hes> i think that's something that they have worked on with like using stem cells to go teeth and implant them <hes> as a replacement for people. I would think that would be really cool to have that what happened but i don't know again. I'm not sure if that's actually going to happen or not. Is there anything. Is there anything that you personally based on what you've seen. Would you like that. You'd like to see invented a silent panty. I'll go deaf eventually if i don't start earplugs <hes> just from the noise of our instruments yeah and you'd think that that that would be relatively easy thing to solve at this point. You know we can the three d. print. We're we're pretty close to being able to three d print teeth <hes> so i have sought keishing hate the southville thing they it's. It's an amplifier for their nerves. Just the noises that everything makes so i mean it's quieter soundless would be amazing total and and you'd get rid of that sort of pavlovian thing where people hear the noise and the feel pain exactly so <hes> at the top of the hour tell me about what do you got coming up in the future here like what's your you're just gonna continue to to do thing or do you have anything any plans. <hes> terms of your practice not any immediate plans <hes>. I think you know there's like i said there's always changes. There's always things happening but i'm pretty. I'm pretty happy where i'm at <hes>. I don't know what the future holds but i'd like to like to think that i'm i'm gonna right now. Well thanks so much for coming on this has been really interesting and and you and your husband are really good friends and <hes> and i'm really glad that i you're the first doctor you're not only. You're the first doctor i've had that's younger than me but you're also the first one that i knew prior and who's also a friend of mine so that's that was was having the whole dentist stereotype thing is so much easier when when i look when i can look up and i i know the person is working on my mouth. That's that's a big thing so so thanks for coming on <hes> and and <hes> you know i good we'll. We'll see i gotta say you. Jim invited me up north obviously for <hes> to to spend time at the beautiful cabinet you guys <hes> us up there on the peninsula and that was a blast <hes> i did get sunburned but that was my own damn fault <hes> and i i had a really good time <hes> so thanks thanks again for <hes> for inviting me to that so yeah. Let's see here. I'm gonna be back next week. <hes> day phillips the co founder of podcast detroit is gonna be joining me again. <hes> i've talked to him about a lot of things he was on back. In december of two thousand seventeen we talked about podcasts right. He was on with bob. The sales guy who's the other co founder podcast detroit and we talked about them and how they met and how podcast stir it was founded but we're talk to him about his life and the i._t. Work he does and probably some more podcast stuff. I was saying within the other week and i he's. It's such an interesting guy and he's so good talking. <hes> i was like man you need to come back on and just and just just talk so he said he would do that. That's what we'll do next wednesday. <hes> so i will be back then everybody else have a great weekend and <hes> this has been podcast for this has been american winer rather on podcast detroit dot com. Everybody had a great week.

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Rush Limbaugh Jul 27, 2020

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

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Rush Limbaugh Jul 27, 2020

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