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"imprimis" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"imprimis" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"You want you can get Imprimis sent to monthly and the old fashioned snail mail way all they'll tell dialogue that been conducting and twenty thirteen are available for Q. for Hillsdale dot com you can contribute to the prospering of Hillsdale and the Hillsdale charter schools everywhere and Hillsdale dot EDU along with Dr aren't today we have Dr Kenneth Calvert because he is an expert on Alexander and we are beginning the great leaders series great men and women who are bent his because it's a great story to do in an election year because leadership matters Dr Calvert if you would give us the short introduction Alexander and positive you will on the consequences of his having spent two years being tutored by Amanda Larry Arndt says authored the greatest book ever the ethics Aristotle right Alexander as stark earned it mentioned was raised under his father's rule to second and his father made sure that his son was not only trained in military pursuits also was well educated he had a number of tutors three or four tutors and among them of course was there startled with whom Alexander studied from the age of thirteen to about sixteen so for about two years he studied with their style which is something amazing and remarkable time it's it's it's hard to tell in the material that we have of Plutarch an Arian a number of sources you know how much Alexander learned from her style but I think just one example is that Alexander when he last in his invasion of Persia this is not just a military expedition but he took botanist C. took historians use of policies work hold on your screen scholars with them it was like a traveling Hillsdale college frankly he took her with him eastward into the Persian empire to study everything that they were about to come across as well as to write about it right about the epic struggle that was about to take place Dr R. long let me ask you to reflect just wrote what do you think it means for a great warrior leader statesman to be educated by a philosopher on the order of Aristotle well action Victor Hansen was written a book in which he argues that you know Sherman and Patton and at the Milan this that they were great in part because they were so well educated and they have already in particular philosophy and that he he so I think what it is to be you know if you sit down and there are subtle with Aristotle you're sitting down with one of the three people who revolutionized human thought right I mean among the mortals who did it finish Jesus program talk about him but what did they do they they do the simple thing they adopted the habit of trying to find out what things are in their essence and in their order and hierarchy not things of the Greeks things of the Persians but what are saying you know universal philosophy what is the thing and so when when Alexander heads east he has an equipment that the person's never fully got right which is whatever is right whatever we're going to do that's right but for some tribunal that transcends you know our laws and our way and he was you know Alexander was adaptable he adopted some of the Persian systems of rule because the Greeks have never ruled anything like the Persian empire and you know he he wouldn't call him the great statesman and establishing a working empire he didn't live long enough to do that and it didn't work very well for a long time and it never worked very well as a whole but but he he brought this idea with him and that is also the idea that can made it that Dr Calvert made at the beginning of this that that's the idea that also conquered Rome and so it to to the west the Romans and to the east Alexander brought Greek philosophy to the world when we come back we're going in addition to fill up and how Macedonia relates to the Peloponnesian War and how this all got started Dr Kenneth Calvert is gonna lay it all out for you the basics which may inspire you to particular.

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"imprimis" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

09:07 min | 2 years ago

"imprimis" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"You standing by patiently time welcome back down the road you want to talk about the Imprimis article yes their own thank you very much it's up in regard to the two constitutions hang on a sec before we can do this let me let me just go real quick thumbnail sketch anybody it's just dialing in I was talking about this the beginning of the program I stuck this up on my Facebook page last other was last Friday talked about it briefly last week this is one of them there Hillsdale college speeches really take the speaker the guest speaker and they take exit take excerpts from their speeches in parliament Imprimis this Imprimis from Christopher Caldwell is about we are now functioning in this country under two distinct constitutions I read this on my hair stood straight up I never thought of it like that but we are so go ahead Tom okay well thank you with their own the the roots of our partisan divide is the title that he quit on his right speech and I've worked with young people millennials employs people of all ages and I just wonder where does this socialism come from they think that health care is a right of passage were very young people on yeah yeah no no Hey women when it went with the I ask you what capacity did you work with young people and what is your teacher a business owner and I'm on the edge of professor okay you're not you're not a Mexican coyote bring kids cross burns and like the top part time in okay go ahead okay what is your teacher because so anyway are you Bob always thought about these kinds of things for for decades the hand when we read the news we listen to the news we watch the news there's a lot of its act court cases that come up and I always go back to what the constitution state the original constitution not as interpreted by five thousand pages of prior cases and when I was a bad student in a parochial school the nuns on with punish me all the time and it's not was I had to write the constitution so you're might be in third grade you have to sit down and write things down so I haven't had that kind of punishment for a few decades but what I've done is I I learned a lot of things in doing that so I thought it was pretty good punishment well let's go let's go too far here's the thing about the constitution if with that you've got very quickly out of that piece by a Christopher Caldwell is that our constitution isn't being followed anymore we only know that because what you just reference five thousand pages that's called case precedent we're not going back to is is constitutionally limited we're going back to what this judge say before that judge before that judge all B. S. but the constitutional Caldwell points out comes out of the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four and when you read that your hair stand straight up that didn't give anybody any guarantees of equal treatment that that favored races and ethnicities over other races and ethnicities and who comes out of the bottom and that did you figure that one out I have the answer you know what well you will be the key to Caldwell tells who came out on the bottom of that yeah I just yeah yeah who is it and that's if the Republicans it's white and all its white robe males it's euro centric delight crystal Christian males yeah but but here's a here's what I want to say the these cases come up what we need is certainly in place now but it's not in its not well enough installed and that is a very conservative Supreme Court that what I mean by that is I want them to interpret the constitution in its sleep at home in our bed talk to their wives you Trussell trust and you trust any of the current justices to do that the only one I do is is Clarence Thomas he but maybe we haven't seen enough of Roberts shot a legal but not not I'm I mean now listen if you have an idea cabinet but Roberts yeah we rate up he's K. Roberts is a a David Souter in the wings yeah we seem to much of Roberts yeah and he also but what we have to do is have a digital algorithm what's that well as an employer when I wanted to fill a position I would put an ad in in one of those websites and it people will go on that website and just hit a man can go to our about page and it would the usual filling in of questions and then upload their resume and get cut to cut to the chase make a point okay what I'm saying is in Los there should be a digital algorithm so that the lower courts have to answer these questions for example I'm not yeah I'm about well no I can help you with that deep in which I get it does this by the way was the case made by Patrick Colbeck senator Patrick call he was saying that any decision that's made regardless of what it is where comes from it has to do with legislation you go through the tech points of what part of the constitution this is sanctioned under you don't just go by somebody's feelings Bella me ask you something before we go here I get your point across but we want to be constitutionally lake we're not we're not anchored to the constitution anymore at all you say you're a business owner former I sold I was gonna ask you what hello Trevor doesn't win the most important I'm worried that this is what we decide it comes out of range in this segment of Grand River in Farmington that's that's ridiculous skews me we are southeast Michigan's conservative flamethrower people from this area go to that area to spend money they also list not tune in and a simple radio so not only does matter you're a grander but a but you're retired you're out of your soul to use your dog there in California opened krone bottles of the pair right you made so much money right current I don't think it was my show your point is well taken good call thank you yeah we are no longer tethered to anchored to the constitution as the forefathers wrote it and it we haven't for a long time long time Woodrow Wilson saw to that digging into the history and you'll understand exactly what we're talking about almost time again this break back to a reference to real quick better call because all over this and it was wonderful I mean he's the only real conservative center in the Michigan state Senate and the state of Michigan Senate and his whole thing was we we need a a B. if you will know you here's here's column a or column B. okay here's what somebody wants to do a column a is the constitution column B. is what you wanna do how does that reconcile with what the constitution says what the constitution says is constitutional said Hancock constitution is a proscription on government saying you can't can't do that not a constitution as you have a god given right to do this it doesn't matter what somebody thinks that there's no phony baloney welfare clause as interpreted now there's no phony baloney interpretation of what is freedom of religion what isn't given the way is interpreted now let it happen now the morning close to the end and at our last caller Tigers he's giving us a way to maybe solve that but good luck I mean we already know that that's been argued that's been argued Thomas but argued folks I mean it the there's no way to solve this at this point and two persons like some type of a herculean task I mean it's just it's crazy that the way that we have gone toward the socialist constitutional interpretation of our constitution given the legislators whims that's exactly what the Civil Rights Act was known to say this the first thing people say oh you're saying there should be no civil rights action hero was going on since before I do I was there and I was cognisant old enough to know what was going on that's not the argument the argument is is that you don't ever ever ever make anything more constitutional more just for anybody by giving somebody preferential treatment and that's exactly what the Civil Rights Act did I go back to my initial contention that we need no more than the first ten amendments there should have an eleventh one I'll give you that we should love it should have been the and I and I already gave the word from a couple myself on pack I've got another but it should be that the you know no American citizen shall be discriminated against with regard to anything to do with being treated fairly under the law you know I think I've been without my cell phone and I'm gonna I'm gonna read it the way I read it a road to some my pals of mine.

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"imprimis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"imprimis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And about Jim Acosta you got to give credit where credit is due that's what I do column as I see so we got a lot left in a short period of time I hope you'll be right back I will talk radio six eighty WCBS you've heard me talk about the four pillars of education at Hillsdale college now these four pillars or purposes learning character faith and freedom have defined hills does mission since eighteen forty four I like to focus on the first pillar learning Hillsdale understands America's founders did that a proper education is essential to preserving free government among other things young people must be taught about America's great heritage of liberty they must be taught about how government works and the importance of the constitution and they must develop the skills to become useful citizens and the virtues required for self government because so many high schools colleges and universities fall short in these areas today he also has expanded its mission nationwide for example through its free online courses it's free monthly speech digest Imprimis and the classical K. through twelve charter schools it's helping to found because the coast discover how you and your children can learn from Hillsdale college to go to Lovin friend Hillsdale dot com.

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"imprimis" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"imprimis" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Do you think? Or did you think that Imprimis was on grass day? I mean for a horse for turf sprint that go to his knees. And then run down a well-meant was award horse stretch that was one I just still think about as I can't tell you. How impressed? I was with environments rates. You know, what I love about Imprimis the most? The next time. He runs his new jockey because they gave Pokka sixty days ago free. Great. And the fact that he won were pox. That was the one thing I didn't like with him. 'cause I'm not I'm not a popular guy at all. And when he went to his knees. The first thing out of my mouth was frigging pock. Okay, gang it. And then in the fact that he won that race. Was it just blew me away. But anyway, I wanted to this week, you know, as far as like, you said that there'd be hard to believe it just two weeks away. It's gonna be great. I think you'll probably get you know. You know, some of the better odds you've seen in a while on top horses into their be. I mean, I don't I get I figured we were gonna get some calls on this tonight. And I'm of glad we did because I'd like to hear everybody's opinion, including yours and Ed. So who do you think is going to be the favorite? Okay. You're gonna be four to one. Okay. I mean, I'll give you my top five. And I think it's gonna be Omaha beach. It's going to be four to one. And then I think the Baffert threesome are going to be the next three. And then I think it's going to be maximum security fifth choice. I know you're a talent you probably get Honeywell, right? Fifteen to one on. I hope you're right. I opened right because I'll be honest with you save game winner. I want nothing to do with the other two baffled orces nothing to do with them. And. Maybe a little Omaha beach. But that's I really I don't want. I don't want. No problem. Roadster none zero. And let me ask you this as someone for me who lakes roadster why don't eat. Why do you want nothing to do with him? He renting doors are in a mile and a quarter last time. Game. What are essentially rent a Mona quarter? I want I want nothing and let me tell you this. People could say what they wanna say about how impressive all Mahal beach was I don't believe that number one number two for Mike Smith take off of roadster to ride Omaha beach because I don't think anybody was bald over by you you bowled over by Omaha beach..

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"imprimis" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"imprimis" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Obviously, the only time you have it came close to a sprint. I I wouldn't be surprised if more ice picked up the pieces and blue this exact up at a big price. I'm taking to exact game winner over Noah contested Morris. That's how I think game one. There's a lead pipe cinch. In the grade one Santa needed every tomorrow afternoon at the great race place. We'll wrap it up with the big cap race number ten. Six hundred thousand on the line mile and a quarter a look Baffert's Forty-five. He's got McKinsey going ten panels. Yeah. Mackenzie certainly should be able to get the distance. He's giving one pound to his main competitor gift box. But I don't know if there's really. A lot of difference between those two MacKenzie has been relatively sensational. I would say. Other than the the ill-fated idea to run him in the Breeders Cup. Classic. Off second start off a layoff. I just thought that was a stupid place to run them. His records. Really good. I mean, he's a very nice horse. So I'm a I'm a McKinsey fan. I'm gonna put McKinsey on top gift box. I really don't like anybody else. I never thought these words ever possibly come out of my mouth. I want all I can get on gift box on amount. A quarter of Kim tomorrow. I just don't think he wants to go to for a lot of words wanna go too far. I think use the last one in the world that I would think wants to go to five always thought this distance from the -tations, I don't think amount of quarter against any bunch and gift boxes. Really turned it around. I'm gonna try gift box tomorrow in race ten the grade. One Santa Anita handicap all thirteen races are in the books time now for the mayor abets best that it is the naira beds. Best bet. Away. I'm gonna go to the bluegrass, and I'm gonna take signalman. Band shot a hundred point bluegrass. I am going to do something. I don't want to narrowly like to do. I am. I am going to go to a turf sprint. I don't really like to put all my eggs in that bedroom. That's my biggest biggest chink in my handicapping Lama is turf sprints. But Imprimis man, I am just so impressed with this horse. I think he'll he works out his trip because he has his speed. He's nearly perfect on the turf seabed Kripa too. I think Imprimis is going to win race number seven great to Shakur town. He is my naira.

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"imprimis" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:54 min | 3 years ago

"imprimis" Discussed on WJR 760

"Hey, Richard the whole issue of marijuana takes on a different. Meaning when Carmela Harris proposes legalizing it nationally. Yeah. I just happened to get this the other day. I get it from Hillsdale College Imprimis their publication that they put out, and generally it reviews, the speech of a of a noted expert who has been on campus, recently and talk to the to the students. They're Alex Berenson was one of the last speak. He's from Yale is now a journalist and writer, it's been an investigative reporter for the New York Times. And he's got a new book out. I'll give you the title at a moment. It'll give it away. If I tell you right now, it's about marijuana. His wife is a senior psychiatrist and she was talking about the patients three hundred patients at a treatment center. That's in. I think a prison in New York. And the three hundred patients are killers and arsonists. I'm sorry. This is the mid Hudson forensic psychiatric institute. So it's not really a prison, but the mid Hudson has three hundred patients who are killers and arsonists at least one is a cannibal. Most have been diagnosed with psychotic disorders like schizophrenia that provoked them to violence against family members or strangers. A couple of years ago. Mr. Berenson's, wife, Jackie. I was telling him about a patient and in passing she said something like, of course, he'd been smoking pot his whole life, and he responded, of course. And she said, yes, they all smoke and he asked so marijuana causes schizophrenia. I was surprised to say the least his wife said rather than I know what I'm talking about. Unlike you, she said there have been lots of big studies about this. You should read them. So he did. And he comes back with what these studies show and these studies show a definitive link that he's not written about it is book. Tell your children. The truth about marijuana, mental illness and violence. We've gotta get him on to talk about what he's found here because we're going to see it the statewide here in Michigan. And now we have a presidential candidate who stands right up and says, yeah, let's just legalize a nationwide. I wonder she's aware of these studies. We shall see. If you will remember what she said in that cut that I had in the news. There was another part of what she said. Let me get it for you. Here's here's what she says. There are two parts to what she is proposing. Here. It is. Now that being said, and this is not a a, but it is an an and we need to research, which is one of the reasons we need to legalize it. We need to move it on the schedule. So that we can research the impact of weed on based on a developing brain seem to say one legalize marijuana nationally and to then studying it. Legalize it. And then studied. Yeah. That's that's like pass the Bill and then read it. Right. What a great idea been studies done legalize it. And then study at well, Mr. Barrington. Sure seems to think so he's he's found some. So they they do seem to be ready readily available. All right. We'll follow it up as time goes on. Let's get back to our phones in in Rochester. Gary you're on the Frank Beckmann show. Good morning. Hi, Frank first time. Hello. Yeah. Your first time caller. Yes. All right. Welcome. Other noticing a lot of info recently in the news about the reduction in tax refunds to me. That seems like a totally bonus issue because it isn't the refund that's important. That's how much money you have left in your pocket after taxes. It's how much you're actually paying in taxes. So if you're paying less during the year, and and you don't get a refund you've already in essence gotten the refund haven't you? That seems like to me the case. Sees us on NBC and then the local news, and then, unfortunately, the esteemed Mr. the taster just reported on your news about reduction and refunds so let me let me let me just stand up for dick. He he just reports the news he doesn't sit and analyze it and drop pinions about it. And give us his opinions. I agree. He's a great a great person. But. It seems like there's some concentrated effort out there too. Get rid of the tax cuts or disparages them. And nobody's looking at the real issue. And that's how much money you have in your pocket to take home. How much you got refunded. Yeah. I hear you. All right. Hey, listen. I appreciate the call. And I can't wait till my taxes and see if I wound up spending more or less than last year. We shall see. Thank you for the call. We'll get back to more of your phone calls. Eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven it is the Frank Beckmann show closing out this morning open. You know that almost every car on the road.

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"imprimis" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

10:15 min | 3 years ago

"imprimis" Discussed on WJR 760

"Anything is possible. I'm your host, Jack Rasul, and we're with in my opinion, a modern day, Charles Krauthammer, Dr Larry Arnn, doctor tell us about Hillsdale College. Well, it's you know, it's a. It's small. Close liberal arts college, it's liberal arts and the old fashioned sense half. The curriculum is same for every student. That means the football players and the guys who go to the top five law, schools and grad schools. They're all studying the same thing half the time that means there's no easy way through here. It also means that the faculty works in cooperation because everybody each of the major departments that have a core course to teach. They get every student and one of the delightful things that happens in college. Is you have a conversation among everybody in every class and other faculty members and other books and other students come up all the time. So it it turns it into a thing where where it's a college. I remember that word means partnership it preceded by argument and evidence and proof. That's how colleges work. So you've gotta be able to argue what you think and. We like to say the one agreement we never make around here is to disagree because if we disagree somebody's wrong, and we've got to try to get to the bottom it, but alas we do disagree a lot around here. But not not about the activity of the college the mission and purpose of the college. That's the one thing we all really do have to agree about I to do our work properly together. And we do agree about that here. And that's because we have an honor code that requires students to say, so and faculty members and staff members when they're hydrate make a commentary on that eighteen forty four document that I love so we sort of lay the ground our cooperation and competition at the beginning. And that means we don't fight much and not about ends around here. Although we argue just about everything you can imagine. So it's a college is well known across the country. There are millions of people who. Attend Hillsdale College, many millions, and we get visitors out the bazooka now, and we have online courses and. Been more than two million people enroll in those and all of that is just a radiation from this close. You know, excellent elite activity that goes on here. And that's so that's sort of what it is. It's very local as you say it's in the middle of nowhere. But it's also very national 'cause we just go all over the country and our students come from all fifty states. Speaking of national speaking of millions of people forty this is the forty eighth year of Imprimis. So twelve months a year three point nine million of us get this little pamphlet in the mail. Tell us about Imprimis started. Glad you said the number because they wouldn't have been able to recall it, but that was started back in the seventies early seventies. And it had a mailing list of under fifteen hundreds and the idea behind it in primus is Latin expression that means in the first place and. And the idea was that we would just send out something of note that reflects the disposition of the college in some way, and it's speech digest. So it's people who've come and give speeches for Hillsdale College. And there are as you say only twelve year, but I think we may host hundred people year to give speeches so most don't get in. And it's a very big now. So people would like to it's a free. You don't give us any money. We never give your name anybody else. We could make a killing selling list now. But we've never done that. And. Every year. Some important person comes with a brilliant idea and charts out for us. How much we could make if we would sell our mailing list to other people, and we always send them away disappointed. So it's like that. And it's it's not commercial in its nature in in general, if you get Imprimis, or if you come to a college event, you'll discover that nobody asks you for money, lots of people give money to Hillsdale College, but they're volunteers and they give their own generosity and not ours. So it it's it's like that. And it's good. And it's been of course, some really extremely important people in it over the years, you know, Ronald Reagan, and Margaret Thatcher and Clarence Thomas, and, you know, the many great people and then lots of serious scholars. Talking about something of note in public life today. If you wanna learn more, WWW dot hills, Dale dot EDU, Larry speaking of never asking for money. In the hundred and seventy five year history of Hillsdale College. It's never received one dollar from any federal state or local government. Why? Well, that's an interesting story. I mean, first of all for most of our history that wasn't the question. Right. Federal government didn't do that. And if you look at the list of things that are in article one section eight of the constitution education is not among them. Although education was extremely important to the founders, and they gave it a huge gift in one thirty sixth of the western land, which they gave to state which I thought were the proper authorities to regulate and fund education do use endowments for education each township. So the point is the question never arose until about nineteen sixty after the Sputnik and have been many changes of opinion that have led to massive changes in our government since then. That they wanted to get involved. And so they use the launching of Sputnik is a reason to start giving aid colleges and the aid that came was I mostly there's lots of grants that you could apply for and that's what we've never done. We've never had a grant from the government for about fifteen years twenty years. We did let students participate in the federal student aid. Because those things were originally founded and promoted as aide to the student, and and so then the student take it and spend it wherever the student wanted. But that changed in the Carter administration, and they took the view that if you receive this aid through the students, you were subject to the full panoply of federal regulation. And so we refused, and we have a lawsuit and it too. Ten years and eventually got to the supreme court of the United States where I like to say, we fell only five votes short. We lost nine to nothing, and you know, just five more, and we would have been there. But and I'm not myself. I wasn't here then, but I I'm not unhappy about that. Because our reaction to that was now all student loans, everything there's just no money, but comes into this college from any government agency at any level, and that's good. Because the, you know, first of all the for example, the title for is where the student financial aid is and to become eligible for title for you have to sign a document that commits you to obey several hundred pages of complex rules that change all the time. And we don't have any equivalent to that here. We don't have several hundred pages of rules of any kind the the students student rules at Hillsdale College number exactly seventeen in number and they take up just over a page paper. And we believe that human beings are better governed by goals than by rules. And so, you know, you don't you don't make a lot of things. Illegal you. Adopt a goal and then pursue it together. Well, that's the way the government the United States we used to work and works in the constitution extensively where the constitution is still the model. But we and we had no idea back in the day 'cause you know. I happen to read a lot of the history of the college. I really love the early history of the college because it's glorious, but the modern history is very interesting to and often glorious, and when that first became offered, you know, like, how do you decide that you won't let a student who wants to come to you who's got a grant from the government bring it to you. Well, we decided to do that. And then and then there was emotion on our board of trustees by the richest man on the board in nineteen sixty seven he had a task force three people on it. And they came back and reported that we had to start seeking direct grants from the federal government or else we were going to go broke. And that was the wealthiest man on the famous Michigan name that I will not say here, and there's an eleven single space pages of minutes of that meeting in our record. And then they voted sixteen to three not to do it. And then the then president of the college the tent Jay Donald Phillips said a prayer for the future of the college. So that's the kind of an inspiring thing. And it was a very principle thing to do. And that's and those were made 'cause you know, it looks different today because we're used to it. And it's very unusual. And so we've had you know, sixty years to get accustomed to this and figure it out. But in the beginning, this is just a new problem, and they were thinking it through while they went we're talking to that deliri- iron. When we come back. We're going to ask them about.

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"imprimis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"imprimis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Character has been the pursuit of Hillsdale College since eighteen forty four Hillsdale College forges character and elevates civic discourse both on-campus and nationwide to find out how you can take their free online courses or receive a complimentary subscription to Imprimis a monthly speech digest visit hillsdale freedom dot com. That's hillsdale freedom dot com. The following is not an actor, but a real life story from trinity debt management. My story begins with debt a lot of debt credit card debt, and I heard a commercial for trinity. I gave them a call. If you're in debt, and you need help call trinity at one eight hundred nine nine six nine seven six when I first called. I was a little embarrassed and kind of a shame, and I looked at the numbers, and I saw how quickly that astronomical debt that was in my life would go away. Trinity will consolidate your accounts into one easy to manage monthly payment, reduce your interest and possibly improve your credit score. You'll save thousands. What I would tell other people please pick up the phone and call trinity. Just let them put together a program and see how affordable and easy. It is to pay off your debt. Call trinity at one eight hundred nine nine six nine seven six that's one eight hundred nine nine sixty nine seventy six. I needed new blinds. I knew I could save a ton of money. If I put them in myself, but I was nervous about measuring. Right. And then installing them that's why I went to blinds dot com. I heard their ads on the radio how they're the number one online retailer of custom window coverings. But I still had to install them. So I.

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"imprimis" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"imprimis" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Character has been the pursuit of Hillsdale College since eighteen forty four Hillsdale College forges character and elevates civic discourse both on-campus and nationwide to find out how you can take their free online courses or receive a complimentary subscription to Imprimis a monthly speech digest visit hillsdale freedom dot com. That's hillsdale freedom dot com. Hi, this Rasmussen a best hot real dot com. You've heard about our Solaire infrared grills at best hot grill dot com. But did you know we also make the best gas logs for your fireplace? You've probably seen Rasmussen gas logs and fireballs on TV and in the movies. We've got sizes to fit all fireplaces styles to fit every decor. And we even do custom designs for large and unusual. Fireplaces widing these logs as easy as pushing a button realistic. Rasmussen gas logs, look, great, even when the fire is off for regions prone to power outages. Gas logs are an excellent source of emergency heat with no electricity required. We've been making them since the fifties. So you can buy a Rasmussen gas log with confidence. So go to best hot grill dot com to find the products, you need to keep you warm inside and outside of your home while eating great grilled food. Learn more at best hot grill dot com. That's best hot grill dot com. Best. Grill dot com. The following is not an actor that a real life story from trinity debt management. My husband and I wanted to buy a new car, and we don't have very good credit rating. So the Bank recommended trinity..

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"imprimis" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"imprimis" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Character has been the pursuit of Hillsdale College since eighteen forty four Hillsdale College forges character and elevates civic discourse both on-campus and nationwide to find out how you can take their free online courses or receive a complimentary subscription to Imprimis a monthly speech digest visit hillsdale freedom dot com. That's hillsdale freedom dot com. Hi, this is Rasmussen of best hot grill dot com. You've heard about our Solaire infrared grills at best hot grill dot com. But did you know we also make the best gas logs for your fireplace? You've probably seen Rasmussen gas logs and fireballs on TV and in the movies. We've got sizes to fit all fireplaces styles the fit every day core. And we even do custom designs for large and unusual. Fireplaces widing these logs as easy as pushing a button realistic. Rasmussen gas logs, look, great, even when the fire is off for regions prone to power outages. Gas logs are an excellent source of emergency heat with no electricity required. We've been making them since the fifties. So you can buy Rasmussen gas log with confidence. So go to best hot girl dot com to find the products, you need to keep you warm inside and outside of your home while eating great grilled food. Learn more at best hot grill dot com. That's best hot grill dot com. Best. Hot grill dot com. The following is not an actor, but a real life story from trinity debt management. My story begins with debt a lot of debt credit card debt, and I heard a commercial for trinity. I gave them a call. If you're in debt, and you need help call trinity at one eight hundred nine nine six nine seven six when I first called. I was a little embarrassed and kind of a shame, and I looked at the numbers, and I.

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"imprimis" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"imprimis" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"College since eighteen forty four Hillsdale College forges character and elevates civic discourse both on-campus and nationwide to find out how you can take their free online courses or receive a complimentary subscription to Imprimis a monthly speech digest visit hillsdale freedom dot com. That's hillsdale freedom dot com. Hi, this is Rhett. Rasmussen of best hot grill dot com. You've heard about our Solaire infrared grills at best hot grill dot com. But did you know we also make the best gas logs for your fireplace? You've probably seen Rasmussen gas logs and fireballs on TV and in the movies. We've got sizes the fit all fireplaces styles to fit every day core. And we even do custom designs for large and unusual. Fireplaces lighting, these logs is as easy as pushing a button realistic Rasmusen gas logs, look, great, even when the fire is off for regions prone to power outages. Gas logs are an excellent source of emergency heat with no electricity required. We've been making them since the fifties. So you can buy a Rasmussen gas log with confidence. So go to best hot grill dot com to find the products, you need to keep you warm inside and outside of your home while eating great grilled food. Learn more at best hot grill dot com. That's best hot grill dot com. Best hot grill dot com. The following is not an actor, but a real life story from trinity debt management. My husband and I wanted to buy a new car, and we don't have very good credit rating. So the Bank recommended trinity. So we call them and the people were very nice. They told us the.

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"imprimis" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"imprimis" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Character has been the pursuit of Hillsdale College since eighteen forty four Hillsdale College forges character and elevates civic discourse both on-campus and nationwide to find out how you can take their free online courses or receive a complimentary subscription to Imprimis a monthly speech digest visit hillsdale freedom dot com. That's hillsdale freedom dot com. Hi, this is Brett Rasmussen of best hot grill dot com. You heard about our Solaire infrared grills at best hot grill dot com. But did you know we also make the best gas logs for your fireplace? You've probably seen Rasmussen gas logs and fireballs on TV and in the movies. We've got sizes the fit all fireplaces styles to fit every day core. And we even do custom designs for large and unusual. Fireplaces widing these logs as easy as pushing a button realistic. Rasmussen gas logs, look, great, even when the fire is off for regions prone to power outages. Gas logs are an excellent source of emergency heat with no electricity required. We've been making them since the fifties. So you can buy a Rasmusen gas log with confidence. So go to best hot grill dot com to find the products, you need to keep you warm inside and outside of your home while eating great grilled food. Learn more at best hot grill dot com. That's best hot grill dot com. Best hot. Grill dot com. The following is not an actor that a real life story from trinity debt management. My story begins with debt a lot of debt credit card debt, and I heard a commercial for trinity. I give them a call. If you're in debt, and you.

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"imprimis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"imprimis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Still extremely fast extremely performance and via plug ins can also be extended to do things that perhaps Kong doesn't do out of the box in a service, mesh deployment. But you're right. The feature set of north south and the Fisher set of east-west is very similar and all the things we usually do in east-west or all the things we do in our. South will have to adopt in more and different patterns. So being able to rate limiting circuit breakers. Al checks being able to keep that late and down being able to observe what's happening within our systems. It's not a concern that's specific to one or another. It's a concern that both nurse out and east west will have to fix and therefore Kong is being used for that today. So is the service mesh model for Kong is it the model of deploying aside car to each of the services and then having a central control plane that the sidecars are communicating with you got it. So you're getting nine deploy Kong as a service mash by injecting Kong as a sidecar proxy to a Microsoft Office. But get spot from agnostic. So you can do that with Kuban Aries you can do that with a sidecar container. But you can also do that on any other platform that supports so conch supports fifteen different deployment methods. We support any. Containers Mazuz feared Decio as we support vanilla Docker. Of course, we support any cloud, Azure, Amazon Google, and we also support bare metal platforms. So basically with Kong, you could start a service mash that runs across Kuban Attis, but not limited to coober nineties, also Imprimis and on machines and any other cloud. So effectively it's a platform agnostic hybrid mash that you can deploy with calm when I've talked to people about service mesh performance is a really big concern. Because if you have for example, a service proxy, that's deployed is a sidecar to all your containers. And it's sitting next to your service in every service. Request is going through that sidecar. For example, if your service proxies written in Java, then even just a pause can really give you a serious performance penalty. And that that can be problematic. If this thing is is a bottleneck to every single service request, tell me about architect, dating the sidecar what you have built in the sidecar turns out that when we built our run time. So like we said engine X low and loo edge it we're able to achieve a great performance in most use cases, Asaba millisecond processing performance. So that same Runtime we've been running for traditionally pay gateway is also so lightweight and so fast that out of the box it support service mash, so that's why we were able to support one run time for both east west and north south. That's pretty cool. That sounds like a bet you were very happy to find that out. Well, it happen for a reason. I guess so I mean is there any is there any material? So what you're saying is basically the same software that is in the API gateway that has been accepting requests from the external internet and doing routing through the API gateway in a performance fashion. You can just retool you can just repurpose that in Assad car to be able to have services communicate with each other. Yeah. Not only that we can do that with a better performance than envoy, for example. Really? So tell me more about like how you think this market is going to unfold because I was guy go to these kube cons, the Cooper, Netease conferences, and there's if there's any water cooler, or like, you know, hot hot topic right now, it's sort of like, what's you know, who's gonna win the service mesh world or do you need a service mesh? So how do you think this world is going to unfold and how big of a market? Do you think there is for the service mesh? Usage, you know, Microsoft disease that are very hot topic right now, not everybody needs Microsoft disease. I mean, Microsoft sees that are harder to deploy harder to manage his anonymous significant premium that developers will have to deal with once the move to Microsoft sees. So it's a great architectural pattern. If we're talking about extremely large use cases that have to be hyper scaled in hyper optimized with micro services architecture. Now, are we talking about Microsoft uses the way, we make that Microsoft's architectural work is with service mesh service mash, it's not at the -nology service mashes a pattern, and so you can implement service mash by using a wide variety of technologies that are available to developers today..

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"imprimis" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"imprimis" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Character has been the pursuit of Hillsdale College since eighteen forty four Hillsdale College forges character and elevates civic discourse both on-campus and nationwide to find out how you can take their free online courses or receive a complimentary subscription to Imprimis a monthly speech digest visit hillsdale freedom dot com. That's hillsdale freedom dot com. Hi, this is Brett Rasmussen of best hot grill dot com. You've heard about our Solaire infrared grills at best hot grill dot com. But did you know we also make the best gas logs for your fireplace? You've probably seen Rasmussen gas logs and fireballs on TV and in the movies. We've got sizes the fit all fireplaces styles to fit every day core. And we even do custom designs for large and unusual. Fireplaces lighting, these logs is as easy as pushing a button realistic Rasmusen gas logs, look, great, even when the fire is off for regions prone to power outages. Gas logs are an excellent source of emergency heat with no electricity required. We've been making them since the fifties. So you can buy a Rasmusen gas log with confidence. So go to best hot grill dot com to find the products, you need to keep you warm inside and outside of your home while eating great grilled food. Learn more at best hot grill dot com. That's best hot grill dot com. Best hot grill dot com. The following is not an actor, but a real life story from trinity debt management. My husband and I wanted to buy a new car, and we don't have very good credit rating. So the Bank recommended trinity. So we call them and the people were very nice. They told us the best solution for our problems..

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"imprimis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"imprimis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I'm talking about four hundred and fifty million dollars with Nokia three hundred ninety five million with Microsoft and twenty nine point two billion dollar deal with apple the company is set to create fifty thousand new jobs right here in America, and Donald Trump himself even calls what they're doing the eighth wonder of the world, you've likely never even heard of it because this three dollar stock trades under a secret name, Alex. I got on stage in front of a packed crowd to talk about the secret stock, and you can see his free presentation at one stock retirement dot com. Don't wait on this week specter stock to make big national news in March go to one stock retirement dot com now Trina. One nation in all of human history was built on that bedrock. Ours. A Republic of the people by the people and for the people self-government requires freedom. Justice freedom requires an individual willingness to self-govern freedom has made America exceptional. But it can only last as long as you, and I seek the good as expressed by the laws of nature and nature's God. It can only last if you and I choose to act as people of character. Forging character has been the pursuit of Hillsdale College since eighteen forty four Hillsdale College forges character and elevates civic discourse both on-campus and nationwide to find out how you can take their free online courses or receive a complimentary subscription to Imprimis a monthly speech digest visit hillsdale freedom dot com. That's hillsdale freedom dot com..

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"imprimis" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"imprimis" Discussed on KTOK

"No, I better It remains committed offering its students the very best liberal arts education in the land swallows to extending its mission nationwide, which many outreach efforts on behalf of liberty. These include free online courses publication of it's free speech, digest Imprimis Kirby Center for constitutional studies and citizenship in Washington DC. It's Barney charter school initiative, which is helping to establish classical K through twelve charter schools nationwide. Pursuing truth and defending liberty since eighteen forty four. This.

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"imprimis" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"imprimis" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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French minister defends himself over violence of Macron aide

WBZ Afternoon News

02:12 min | 4 years ago

French minister defends himself over violence of Macron aide

"Visit to DC is a big deal and the, White House really needs to. Think it through I think we should be very judicious and who we invite. And place that Imprimis sure of acceptance on so I I would hope the president would keep, that in, mind if we're issuing invitations to foreign leader also, on Fox News New Jersey, democratic Senator, Bob Menendez says President Trump needs to be tougher on. Russia adding the. Possibility of a, Putin visit to the White House is hard. To imagine now we're going to give, him you know a red carpet treatment and then invite him to Washington to me, that's beyond comprehension national intelligence director Dan Coats has said. Without equivocation that Russia. Continues to pose a threat to the American electoral system French authorities have handed preliminary charges to one. Of president, Emmanuel Macron's top security aides after he was captured on video beating a protester in may the assault sparked the first, major political, crisis for. Macron since he, took office last year the video made public. By a local newspaper shows Alexandra Benalla wearing a police helmet at the May Day. Protests as he punches kicks and, tackles the, man he is not, a police officer the judge handed Benalla multiple charges including a. Violence interfering in. The exercise of public office and the unauthorized public display of official insignia for others were also charged Well the search for a missing boater who. Went overboard, and Lake, Michigan yesterday has turned into a recovery mission Johnson Torelli was participating in the Chicago yacht race to mackinac Saturday night when he fell overboard Nick Burien he's with the Chicago yacht club John was wearing a personal flotation device that is. Designed to automatically inflate when it comes in contact with the water the crew members have reported that the life that's did not inflate he says the crew. Through additional flotation devices into the. Water has been reported by the, crew is that he was seeing slipping under the water and unfortunately was not able to reach those devices Dave Packer ABC news WBZ news time for sixteen coming up in a few minutes we'll have the latest on the investigation into the duck boat that capsized and sank in.

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