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"jackson lincoln" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:31 min | 8 months ago

"jackson lincoln" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Fifty five forty three tickets go on sale to the general public FY I at ten AM this morning already seven thirty five thanks let's get an update on traffic on the five his bill Jackson Lincoln Park on three eighty east Bernard F. M. thirteen eighty five rank is reported day and Dallas for tollway looks like the trouble continues southbound past rock hill park way with the rank of the way on the tollway cell phone at six thirty five an accident is having to the delays now through Addison in garland on I. thirty eastbound at Zion role the crash blocks the right lane along with the on and off ramps and on I. thirty westbound at First Avenue heading into downtown was stole temporarily blacks that left lane was founded I thirty five E. everything was cleared away as far as the big rack is concerned so that's still slow still recovering all the way through a downtown canyon every lake worth one ninety nine Jacksboro highway now closed westbound you're Confederate Park Road that's due to a crash and that's a separate accident for the one of the eastbound side I'm told that on the eastbound side a one ninety nine they've been able to get that rank activity move over to the right shoulder with KLIF traffic on the fives I build Jackson you have a triple a members get a twenty percent discount so save big on batteries brake pads and more quality parts helpful people that's number know how and we're just waiting at the hardware stores exclusions may apply may not offers some within the thirty ninety I'm meteorologist brand Barton we see some spotty showers south there was this morning on radar but otherwise cloudy and cool up here today with a high near fifty two this afternoon winds out of north five.

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"jackson lincoln" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

09:22 min | 1 year ago

"jackson lincoln" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Your standard in my standard. Together was not gonna spend a draft pick on a kicker upon her. Right. But I got burned by a flame. And now there's a flame over there again. I know I'm smart enough not to get burned by that flame. Again. You don't want them saying by experience, I'm maybe going to and. And and I don't know if that's a bad way. You use commonsense. Don't put your hand in the fire. I mean, you know, you don't necessarily need to be burned. Again, you could burn because you picked the wrong. Free agent kicker. You may go out and draft the wrong kicker in in the trafficked, you know, so look again, if you find a guy that you want to draft and have at it. Yeah. Where where so you're saying a fourth rounder is you two guys go to the Pro Bowl, and we're all close this year from the forefront say, no. But I was saying if you were guarantee me like the fake game. I know it's not a reality. It's not based on me. I'm just saying that if you guaranteed me, the fourth round pick would be Greg's airline or of his career I before, but we're not in that. That's that's that's a silly conversation. I know, but that's what we do. We do that all the time. But that's not. That's not a hypothetical that is beyond the silliness that we normally engage it. We'll get to the good the bad the dirty, but we've got too much of a good kicker fight going on Jackson Lincoln park here on ESPN one thousand eight Jack. Guys. I just wanted to say I always feel like the kicker in the NFL is really undervalued. This is he's a guy who team is gonna have a chance to score for you every you know, every single game on top of that. How many big games in history have come down to one guy's leg? In the playoffs. I mean, our whole season came down to one guys like every year. It happens to one team every year. It really does. And I mean, how about how many I mean you look at the patriots. They have a Super Bowl because of the kicker to areas too. Because of a kicker period. I really think it's an undervalue two Super Bowls because of the kicker period. I don't I what I'm saying. Is they have two Super Bowls because they're kicker is good. If they had a bad kicker. There's no way they went. They didn't have a good quarterback in a good coach wouldn't even be in the Super Bowl. So I mean, come on. Let's no. But I know what checks argument are you minutes as well. But you can't undervalue all of the other stuff. Oh, no. No. No. You're right. You're right. Like, Joe said to me in this goes to the caller's point and Joe's arguing the opposite Selvi and the ideal scenario you should rely on kickers less. I don't know about you. But I feel goes more touchdowns not the other way around of course. But but even with Bill ballot check even with Tom Brady Super Bowls in playoff games have still come down to Vinnie -tarian Gostkowski like. It's inevitable. Like, we could all preach. Oh shouldn't matter. Think about in this postseason the value of their line making the kicks that he made against New Orleans. The yes, it was a blown call. But if it wasn't still for line, they wouldn't have been in position to win and others, and this this year, of course, they're valuable players the trend analytics dictating the trend is is that the kickers less valuable because they're telling you you better off going for two, right? Yes. And you're probably better off going for it on fourth down. Right. But even with the increase analytics of that a sixty yard field goal, which once was thought of a once in a lifetime thing should now. Be makeable. By a good kicker, like sixty should not be like, hey, we've only got twenty seconds to get down to the other teams thirty eight or whatever it's going to be you know, let's think about that. If the weapon of a good kicker helps and this to their lines fifty seven yarder to win it. If you go back, I don't even know five ten years. There's probably a lot of coaches who. I don't care how good your kicker was you wouldn't even feel comfortable attempting that fifty seven yarder in overtime against the saints. Because if he misses you're saying the saints up in such good field position. But with zero line McVay trust him enough because he's seen it enough times that he's like, you know, what let's take our shot to win this game and ended I mean like he could've punched in that situation. And I don't think a lot of people. It wouldn't have been a crazy outcome. Hadn't McVeigh decided to punt and trying to pin the saints back. You're right. The saints got burned earlier when will lutts Mr. fifty yards. So think about that the confidence of having that in your kicker as well as you, look, I'm not are. You into kicker is not important, otherwise you would just throw the the these square toll on Steve McMichael, your defensive tackles, let him go out and do it. That's not the argument, isn't that your kicker is an important player. It's what are you willing to? What are you willing to commit to that player? Listen, if you want to draft to kick her I like, I said, I wouldn't stop my feet and run up and down and pull my hair. I'm just a my preference would be I'm going into my environment. Looking to find that guy in in free agency or pulled him off of somebody's practice squad or off somebody's waiver wire in terms of needs to where would you guys ranked the kicker position for the bears? Running back is probably number one. Right. See I don't know because running back a. Better running back would be nice. But I think a kicker is a bigger priority. I don't agree. I think the like if you get who touches a raw. Orion. A running back like Kareem hunt is going to touch the football twenty five times in a game. I mean, there's no doubt in my world that that position me too. I'm more important position to me. They're more important. But what they have right now, I think is more serviceable than what what they're going to be trotting out right now. And then you gotta figure does Amos come back. If not then you need to safety you always could use corners. But luck kickers up there. I'm not gonna argue like I'm not arguing with you either. Like, I I'm trying to vocally sort sort this all out. But no, I mean, look, this is a matter of preference. There's no right answer. Here. If you are I have Robbie gold is willing to is willing to come to your team at three. So you're telling me had Cody parkey been because this is all we ever said, we said it when they signed him you spent nine million dollars guaranteed on a kicker. It wasn't just that. It was Cody. Parkey? Like Gostkowski or gold who had their track record. That's why. This was going to be as fourteen decent year. Get ninety percent Miami. But still his track record wasn't exactly the battery. Call it differently that every one of us sat here in bristle at the concept of pain, any kicker nine million dollars guaranteed. Not. Well, no, I'm with Sylvie. I was more on the fence of because he didn't have a big leg. I don't care. How accurate you're accurate? You are in this day and age I want my kicker to at least be able to attempt to fifty five to sixty hours. Then I would say it sounds like you guys would be you guys would be interested in signing Robbie gold because they can fit him. Right. Right. And that's what we gotta ask. Some of our personnel. Guys would pay nine million dollars to the kicker position this year. Be more feasible than drafting one with the fifth sixth or seventh round pick like what's what's more advisable to do? Well, you're getting you're risking less cash. But there's no track record with this college kicker true. So me personally, I'd rather spend money to me would be a better decision. If you're going gonna give me two choices. I'm going to draft a kicker in the fourth round or I'm gonna pay Robbie gold. I'd pay Robbie gold. That's what I would. Okay. For a more convincing Robbie's going to do the job better than the kicker, and I'll find a way to make the cash work. What about this? What if I can offer? You can have Kareem hunt set aside, the baggage but a player like Kareem hunt stability for a decent price like say five million dollars. And you draft the kicker in the fifth round. Or would you have Ravi gold for what you have to spend on him and draft a running back in a fifth round either one you'll take either. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, we've seen the running back then pay off. Yeah. I think running backs more important than the kicker. I do me me too. Yeah. The running a running back like Kareem hunt is a more important player than than the kicker. All right. Back to the bears loss. Their defense gave them fourteen points in the second half one on a drive that they couldn't get off the field on their offense scored one offense. Kicker kicked three field goals in an extra point. He missed the last one I get it and he'll be replaced butts. Someone else tweeted pedal, Donald's mistake was as big as anybody. Yeah. So I mean, but still you gotta be able to make a forty three fourths, and that's why he'll be replaced for. Sure. Three one two three three two three seven seven six. Let's get into the good the bad the dirty good..

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"jackson lincoln" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"jackson lincoln" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Democrat. Yes. Yes. Yes. I even had someone that I know state of Mississippi one time we was driving through the city, and she looked at me and said they always gotta put that confederate flag up there. Well in Jackson Mississippi. The complex. Home would be a bad black building. In Jackson Mississippi. Yeah. You couldn't do that. Couldn't couldn't go in a restaurant in this big house. Yes. Yes. Testing a flat. Oh, yeah. Yeah. The party, she most likely votes. Fag belongs to the Democratic Party. Zach this history. Shows. The disconnect of just commonsense rationale if you hate to confederate flag, but yet you support in the party doesn't that present you a cause for pause for the thinking say what's wrong with this picture? Every year you go down the Cobo hall by against the Bush. Yes, yes. The N double ACP has big bands Thomas days fighting for freedom freedom, but they want acknowledge you killing people all no black people who are allies part of the Boston trade. Listen decline could have never gotten away with killing sixteen million black folks in the last forty some odd years declamatory never gotten away with matter of fact, FBI reports, and I said black Madonna another place I've gotten this figure they say the clan is found for five thousand murders of black. I mean in any given year since Roe versus Wade. Did you have at least four hundred thousand black babies that emerged in abortion? But yet most black passes in Detroit will tell their members to vote for the party that celebrates abortion. Exact there's a disconnect. And there's there's a intellectual deficit here that causes the wonder. Were they better off when they didn't go to these indoctrination centers, then you know, what was news and brotherly when you down there protested. Allo too. Yeah. You wouldn't talk. They ran away from you. Literally. Why does the media run away from black genocide they are co conspirators would that's the resolution to the black problem? And you don't you don't hear Jesse Jackson or Al shocking to any of them. Connecting the dots is just like the bishops coach got up and made a big speech at a democratic convention about. We don't believe in abortion. Then turn right around said we're going to vote for Barack Hussein Obama who is pro abortion killing. There is an intellectual deficit here. Republican. The information. I do know that a number of preachers. Go to this N double ACP fight for freedom. Yeah. You see autumn. Jackson, Lincoln's have the features that will come over and talk to you. Role. Glance over and there now I've had a few that know me, you know. Hey, Paseo while they going in there to worship the donkey. But no, no. And hey, let me say in all the sixteen seventeen years. I've been on this broadcast. Not one major church has sent the national black pro-life a thousand dollar check. Now bet you they send a Democratic Party. Well, yes. Thousand dollar checks. That's why one day, and I'd say this is serious as a heart attack that one day these individuals go have to stand before the great God of the universe and give an account for this travesty and Obama nation that perpetrated by supporting that which is so against the kingdom of this one one or two more or then right back to the phone. I never miss your show. God bless you. Keep up the good work. And this is. K, and this is from Rochester dear revenue because of to both you and mill we listened to your show on Saturday and Sunday and your inspiration. And we love you both keep up the good work. And this is an MD. And this is from Taylor brother leaves. I am so grateful for the best of your program Joshua's trail and the round table. And that includes you to Lee. Milt and commentary others that guests from time to time including the women every fifth Saturday. I miss a fifth sad. If I I never miss this Saturday if I can't help. So God bless you. And as we said, we're in the midst of this ambitious fundraiser, and we're trying to get a minimum of seventy thousand dollars..

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"jackson lincoln" Discussed on Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry and Lindsie Chrisley

Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry and Lindsie Chrisley

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"jackson lincoln" Discussed on Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry and Lindsie Chrisley

"And you don't even know them. Yeah. That's pretty much. I mean, even like I've been in relationships where it's not just like life things. But it's like, okay. We, you know, we've had like a mutual friend. I or we've cheating we get through it. And now all of a sudden, we're in a good place, and we're going through this, and we're going through that and we get through all Abol shit. You know, what I mean like we get through anything that can throw at us. And now it's or going to end it, and you're going to be with someone else that'd be happy. And I don't know maybe it's a selfish thing. Maybe it's because I have low self esteem. I don't really know to be honest. It's it's so hard. But I hope that. Whoever asked this question. I hope that this was able to help you and other people who are listening not that we have the right answers. But at least you don't have to feel alone because we've been there agreed for sure. I didn't want to say that the topic about chores tons of people responded and a lot of people said different things. But a lot of people said. A lot of the same things. So I was very interested and the response. But also, the fact that other people collectively have been able to figure it out, and we couldn't. Okay. Well, what did they now I'm interested? So. I'm just gonna read one response. But this was kind of across the board. Having raised three boys. I found that one of the best methods were to tear the chores. So for example, Jackson Lincoln might make their bed for free, and then maybe empty all the trash cans in the home for payment. The first horror is something that he should be doing. And the other is not something he would need to do when he is attained, but is still a huge help to you. I always made need to chores free and liked to do chores for payment this way, you can make the chores for payment harder as they get older like actually taking the trash out. And so on hope this helps thanks and Mary Christmas. I love that me too. Because you're teaching them what they need to do in life. Whether they like it or not, and they need to know. Okay. When the trust is full. It's time to take it out, but you can get paid to do it right now. And then it would be one of those things where that would eventually you. They would know that they have to take the trash out, and they wouldn't get paid. But as they're younger, they would get the payment. I love that. I think that's a great idea. So I really thought that that was great advice. And thank you all for sending messages. They all were equally. Great. And we appreciate it. And I'm definitely going to implement the tier system in my home. Just witching gears parenting. I wanted to talk about this funny article that I saw over the weekend. And I could not wait a podcast just so that I could talk about it because I literally was dying laughing. This was the headline. Florida men. You already know Florida like Florida has a crazy people. One disguised in a bull costume a bull. Yes. Allegedly tried to burn down ex-boyfriends home with spaghetti sauce. This is real. They must have been on them basalt s-. This is real. So to Florida men are accused of breaking into their ex-boyfriends home. Using Ragu sauce to try to burn down. They burned something down using Ragu sauce. First of all Ragas. Not good first of all, no Raghu, but you are busted. So they were arrested for breaking into the home and stealing several items, which was a flat screen TV a window AC unit and vacuum and the victim. Call nine one one.

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"jackson lincoln" Discussed on Laces Out

Laces Out

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"jackson lincoln" Discussed on Laces Out

"But it's I don't think it's the same robbery though. I think it's people try to build it up. You know, but I don't think the two defense's and this the the state of what we were allowed to get away with two compared to what you can do. Now, it just different games. Steelers Bengals is almost bigger at this. Hatred because. Yeah. But the Steelers win every single time. Yeah. But Baltimore used to have at least three or four volunteer Burford on on that side of the ball. We had it. We had are kind of assholes tooth. I mean Heinz word, I mean, pretty much decapitated read any chance he got a chance. So they'll those guys don't exist. No more. So the robberies kind of wash melding of the rumors swirling around John Harba. About that. These in trouble this jobs in jeopardy. Really? Yeah. I'm not surprised. I mean. They gotta they haven't done anything. I mean, he's a great coach. You love him. I think he's I is always one of those situations with stuff like this the NO sometimes the grassings greener on the other side who you gonna get this better than John harbach coachie team. I'm curious. What do you think that I think that you got a young young quarterback Jackson Lincoln weaken from Riley Riley, if they're evens you'd look to produce offense like Lincoln Riley to you know, kind of groom Lamar Jackson getting rid John Harvard? Crazy, I there are no of the only the hottest coaching name would be Josh mcdaniels. And what franchise gonna trust Josh mcdaniels to go through that whole process over the patriots? Exactly. But when he just left the cult of the alter, and you know, he kind of is the air. It's the pats who's going to trust with that. So there aren't any big name. Dave tob special teams coach from the air and said he'll come out for only Cleveland doubt. That though I think you'll give him not Baltimore. Chad. To get Lamar Jackson and get Pittsburgh. We're donning. Lamar Jackson the future. I'm this kid quarterback. Yeah. I if John Hummer hit the open market, he'd be the hottest commodity I mean, gesture. just you're just changed for the say let you unless you're the patriots. And again, not you're saying patriots not him is like the best every single year. They're they're decent. Very good. Every like there are team. I look at this their team. I worry about their one of the few this Baltimore. Okay. The patriots Baltimore's like they're going to be a problem in the place. We'll I think we'll beat them, but they play tough their physique play phone booth football. They're they're good. They're good solid fundamental team. I mean, the they they had beat the year. You know, that we the last supper we want to the trick play and bell. Check went to his bag of tricks. And like basically with that play where he had the linemen like split out. That's that was like this cheating and now everyone, but. What are you going better? Their wanna if I for me their top five franchises last ten fifteen years. Why would he get rid of that Kennedy do coaches ever fall on deaf ears after a while unless you've had it crazy? Check. That's like a Harbaugh special. That's what everyone says John does like John Jim excuse, Jim, my guy Michigan. Everyone says he's so good. Good. Good in the knee. Eventually will tune you out because he just wears you down as people says day Portland does it's like he's just tune them out. I mean, do you do? No. I mean fifteen years I have a long ten year old. True. All right. I I know bragged at all you gotta get out soon Willie. So go into some of our topics. We'll start with the Sunday dummy presented by potbellies yourself. Now, I was in pot belly on Monday grabbing cheese steak, and let me tell you something people are super passionate about their cheese steaks, just fill everywhere. People get so passionate about those cheese steaks. You're the pro wiz or no whiz. Whole thing. Got started earlier this month when potbelly put a cheat when potbelly put a cheese steak with wiz and privilege. She steak on the menu. And if you go to the pot belly Twitter right now, there's a clear divide on the issue. You should hear some of these tweets, Joe, fist Boyce as replace my blood with cheddar cheese whiz. Matt Crotts wrote prevalent, by the way, some people are saying that I say the word privilege weird..

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"jackson lincoln" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

14:16 min | 1 year ago

"jackson lincoln" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Is hosted by the Heritage Foundation. Next. We'll hear from Edward Whelan, president of the ethics and public policy center. Thank you very much. It's great to be here. Thank you general Meese for that and lighting introduction. Thank you. Roger always you as my friend and sometimes a sparring partner nemesis. But. I'll begin by noting that Roger has I think conceded that debate. Date has tried to shift it to a very different topic. I'm nonetheless going to address the basic question was presented here that is the proposition that I'm contesting congress and the president are required to obey the supreme court's interpretations of the constitutional required to obey now against an opposition that Roger, isn't bracing. He's saying no, it's a cultural norm. I think we may have a lot of agreement that we're gonna explore later. But there are there are a lot of people I in this legal culture who profess uncritically the position that the supreme court express, Erin teach on law school faculties, and the the myth of judicial supremacy pervades, our legal culture. So this required to obey suggests that there's a legal obligation that isn't merely a question of respectful consideration of the supreme court has had to say or differences unusual rule or even. Rule of prudence it treats the supreme court as though it is our government's supreme leader. Treats, the adjective supreme I as it doesn't merely modify core. Not nearly the supreme entity NFL judiciary. But somehow supreme overall if government likewise, again, the proposition, we are debating refers. Not too judgments or rulings of the court that has the respect that they are owned, but interpretations of the constitution as as once the court has said that the commerce clause, for example, should be interpreted as is. And what could be Philip rented that everyone else. Congress president have to embrace that. I'm not surprised that that that the Roger does not accept this position. But again, lots of folks out there doing it for that reason I'd like to run through why I think it is basically clearly wrong. Abraham lincoln. I think it'll be surprised that this question is still up for debate. It was one hundred and sixty autumn's ago that he and Stephen Douglas had their famous debates and the campaign for the Senate seat from Illinois. And one big part of that debate was exactly what how the dread Scott ruling should be treated should sugar regarded recall that entrench Scott the court had to basic rulings. I it ruled that free blacks could never be citizens of this country and therefore dread, Scott. Hadn't satisfied the jurisdictional requirement for his lawsuit in federal court because we're not diversity of citizenship. It it ruled further that congress had no authority to bar slavery in the federal. Territories. That was a ruling in early eighteen fifty seven and Douglas came right out. And basically said that quote here whoever resists the final decision of the highest judicial tribunal aims a deadly blow to our whole Republican system of government, resists he met questions criticizes disagrees with whoever does that. L Lincoln and his first inaugural in a in a passage that general Meese read set forth a proposition. I think is quite correct. I'm gonna read it again to emphasize it, the canvas citizen must confess that if the policy of the government upon vital questions affecting the whole people is to be irrevocably fixed by decisions of the supreme court. The instant they're made an ordinary litigation between parties and personal actions that people have ceased to be their own rulers having to that extent practically resigned their government is the hands of that eminent tribunal went on to contest Douglas, again, nor is there an nor is there any assault upon the court or the judges. So this is not an attack on the courts. This is upholding basic constitutional principles departmental ISM. The the independent authority other president obligation of the president. And I remember congress in fulfilling their oaths uphold the constitution to determine what the constitution means questions. We'll get into about just how. One goes about doing that responsibly. But for for president purposes, occupy myself, the proposition Lincoln correctly understood that he had an independent obligation to do so consistent with his. Understanding Lincoln proceeded to defy the interpretations of federal law that the supreme court had offered its dread. Scott ruling he for example, issued passports and patents to free blacks that you can't administration had said, no, we're going to buy what the supreme court said blacks camp free blacks capi, citizens, therefore, no passports, no, no patents for free blacks can Lincoln's administration reverse that he also signed into law bars on slavery and the federal territories can direct defiance of of of the holding of drought sky to that in the district of Columbia masturbation. Act April sixteen eighteen sixty two and it's slavery in this district. Did that? Two months later, an act that barred slavery and all federal territories then existing and to be acquired. Now I'd like to. Explore the distinction between judicial review and judicial supremacy because I think it's the basic confusion between these two concepts that fueled a lot of the altar ready. Acceptance of the method judicial supremacy judicial review is the rather odd term that we lawyers lawyers use to refer to the power of courts to review the classic analogy of statutes that they're asked to apply and to decline to apply statutes, they deemed to be on constitutional judicial review rests on the supremacy of the constitution over ordinary statutes on the doctrine of constitutional supremacy. You can see this in Hamilton's federalist seventy eight. Where Hamilton explains that a class itution is in fact, and must be regarded by the judges as a fundamental law. Notice must be regarded by the judges the constitution constrains with judges can do Edward Whelan ethics and public policy center for belongs to them to just aspertain. That's meaning as well as a meaning of any particular act proceeding legislative body, and if there should happen to be an irreconcilable variance between the two that which has a superior obligation and validity. Of course to be preferred that is the constitution is supreme over ordinary law. He goes on to explain that. This does not reflect the content of judicial supremacy, nor does this conclusion by any means he says supposed superiority of the judicial to the legislative power it only supposes that the power that people is superior to both. And that we're the will the legislature declared statutes stands in opposition to that of the people. Declared in the constitution that judges to be governed by the ladder rather than the former again, a judge's ought to be governed. This is a C span radio programming from Thursday. Judicial supremacy halls of the constitution means whatever five justices say that it means and that all other governmental actors are obligate to accept that. There is a deep irreconcilable incompatibility between the concept of constitutional supremacy from which judicial review flows and the concept of judicial supremacy. So where did this method judicial surpremacy arise from as Roger has indicated a Cooper versus Aaron is the very first time the court articulated this myth and in doing so it's spelled out a pseudo history that you think we'll get someone a fucking grade and a high school history cars, here's what I had to say. And eighteen hundred three chief Justice Marshall speaking for a unanimous court. Referring to the constitution has a fundamental on paramount law the nation August so far declared in Marburg Marburg versus Madison that is emphatically. The province duty of the judicial department to say what the law is. Okay. That's all correct. So far. Of course, it strips out the very context may this statement, which is simply to say because the courts must determine with a lot is they have to give supremacy to the constitution over ordinary ordinary laws this declared this decision he goes on declare the basic principle that the federal judiciary is supreme. And exposition of the law of the constitution is not one word in Margaret's Madison that supports that claim. And he goes on that principle has ever since ever since eighteen oh three been respected by this country by this court and the country as a permanent and indispensable feature of our constitutional system. Never mind. Jefferson Jackson Lincoln never mind Lincoln standing up at red sky somehow. This has always been respect as a as a permanent and indispensable feature. This. Same meth is reinforced by common locations miss locations. I think all of us can can fall subject to it's routine to refer to supreme court decisions as the law of the land. The supreme court has spoken. It's the law of the land or the constitution says that the constitution and laws pursuant to it and treaties made under the authority of the United States are the supreme law land. It does not say that's the supreme court's interpretations of the constitution are and the idea that supreme court's mistaken interpretations of the constitution. It saying the constitution means axe when the constitution means why that should be the loftland is is I think uncertainty. We also tend to say things like, oh, the court struck down out outlaw as though the the court rules a lot disappears from from the statute books as law. Professor Jonathan Mitchell has put up there is no Rhett. Of erasure. There's no power of the courts to go in and erase these laws from the books, and indeed you'll see that somebody's laws that have that have been ruled unenforceable by the supreme court remain on the books and are very open to spring back into enforceability. If and when the supreme court were to reverse its position, we see this in the famous legal tender cases from the eighteen seventies. In in eighteen seventy itself and Hepburn versus griswald the court ruled that the legal tender act of eighteen sixty two allowed to pay debts with US notes could not constitutionally be applied to contracts made before its enactment. Just one year later the court the court, reversed course, and how that could be applied to contracts made before its enactment. Well, how could it have reverse course, if the law that it was ruling on had been erased from the statute books? In the meantime, it wasn't obviously. Now again, I'm glad to hear. I'm not surprised. I'm glad to hear that. Roger does not embrace what he calls the absolutist version of the of the proposition here and magic if imagine anyone who did. What this would mean, for example, that if even if you thought that say the courts commerce, clauses stations and worker villa Bernard Gonzales v rates for wrongly decided, somehow, I it would be incumbent upon members of congress never to urge that a Bill be defeated because it's beyond. A proper view of Congress's commerce clause power. Those of you that doesn't comport with Wickford fell burn likewise with respect to to annotate. I supposed to be illegitimate for for a member to to even vote with with. What's what's such a view in his mind? Likewise on kilo takings case, you can go on and on. Again, I think this this proposition of judicial supremacy is not one that can be maintained seriously. By by any person. And indeed we see invoked selectively to protect rulings that that people favor. What I love to have a rule of of judicial supremacy that said the court or supreme on those rulings. I like and not on those that I don't. And everyone tends to. In practice. Adopt a position like that. You have to take the better with a sweep. And so it'd be plenty of decisions that we all are most of us like that we have to recognize that. You know might well be vulnerable to good faith challenge. The complexity here really comes in. When we try to explore just what this strong, presumption, our social norm that Roger raised really means how strong should it be house one go about contesting it? And I think the very existence of this myth of judicial supremacy makes it difficult for us to really for our culture, at least to really explore that question in a serious matter..

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"jackson lincoln" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"jackson lincoln" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Ruckle in two zero five two conic place. Well, most people that knew him once statues about him people carry Truman may people look at the Harry Truman is near great president Harry Truman worshiped him FDR came out and said the more I study, Andrew Jackson, the more. I love Andrew Jackson Tae Roosevelt said there was one military genius in the war of eighteen twelve. And it was Andrew Jackson Lincoln studied him used a lot of his excerpts from his speeches from Jackson speeches and Ronald Reagan, also loved him. Now, this democrat this is the founder of the Democratic Party. But I don't pretend to be the ultimate biographer of Jackson or any great figure any and I never will be. I just want to and my goal. And my my books is to focus on a lightly reported lightly influence, part of America's history that I think had played a major role, and I like to underline it and bring you forward and just show you why it mattered. That's why when George Washington. Wins the revolutionary war. Everyone focuses on Yorktown or the battle of New York or or Benedict Arnold's capture. Well, that's one thing. But what I want a zoo is highlight aspiring next Thomas Jefferson, the Tripoli pirates? I didn't bring up to Thomas Jefferson in the declaration of independence. I didn't bring up Thomas Jefferson's years in France. I didn't bring up Thomas Jefferson and secretary of state vice president or the presidency. Where's post-presidency university of Virginia? Those are great things in great topics by feel like they were done. But I wanted to find out what one into him taking on fours. Mc nations, not the people of these countries. But these pirates these terrorists who used the Crandon and corrupted it, and why Jefferson thought it was so important to use force not really known for a guy to use force used his brain didn't wanna fight in the revolution. But man, did he use force there? So with Andrew Jackson the miracle of New Orleans. I wanted to find out how the war of eighteen twelve turned around and everybody pointed me to Andrew Jackson originally. I was thinking about the battle of Baltimore. But after a while I thought that the battle of New Orleans would be better because it was such a decisive win so many military experts say it was unacceptable unfathomable and not predictable. So I was just saying to myself. Let's see if I could bring this forward. I liked it. Even when they told me that he didn't have to win and didn't have to fight it. And then we find out. He absolutely have to fight. He was had to fight it. No question. And if he didn't fight it. We would have lost New Orleans at least temporarily and not being able to grow as a country past the Mississippi. Now this weekend. I'm going to be going to New Orleans on Sunday On Saturday. I'm going to be in Baton Rouge on Friday. I'm going to be in Saint Louis in Baton Rouge. The great American lecture. Go to Brian Kilmeade dot com. That's in the afternoon on Sunday. At one o'clock. I'm going to be at octave..

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"jackson lincoln" Discussed on We The People

We The People

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"jackson lincoln" Discussed on We The People

"But I've seen a lot of this in California where I live for very long time, but we know one of the responses to the Trump administration was California taking on a more potent role in our ticketing policy at the state level in areas like environmental law and reproductive rights were thought the federal government was moving in a different direction from what the California populace would have wanted. So I think that's going to be an area where you see lots of progressive states getting involved. I do think sort of shift to embracing some of these areas that I think for a long time have been viewed as sort of captured by the right means that what we really do need is sort of a set of first principles that are not ideological, but rather a sort of mutual principles about the role of states on Wednesdays. Intervene and we haven't really had them. I don't think we have the now, even as progressive leaders have grabbed grappled with the question of better lives ahead, advanced questions federalism insofar as the other branches taking on a more robust role so that the court is no longer quite so weighty in these particular controversial issues. I think that's a terrific aspiration. But right now, I think political, the political agenda ac- of both the federal branches, the political branches of the federal government are at all time lows like many people don't trust either congress or the executive. So the idea that somehow the decisions made in both of those branches will be viewed as more legitimate than what could be done at different quarter somehow beyond the political process, I think is unlikely. And then I think that leaves us with state governments. I think we've seen a lot of really interesting activism at the state level in both in both the progressive, the conservative groups to d. With state legislators and to advance interests across state executives in agencies. And to me, it seems like that's an area that could be incredibly generative over the next few years on. I think I'm a little disenchanted and disillusioned with the prospect of a lot of this coming from the federal branches. Gen. We're hearing this renewed interest from both liberals and conservatives about federalism in the states. I misstated the name of Jephson's superb book. It's fifty one imperfect solutions and recommended to all we, the people listeners, Jen. I wanna ask you more broadly about the theory called departmental ISM, some on the left and the right arguing for a return to the theory that professor Keith wittington defines as the notion that each branch department of the government has an equal an independent authority to interpret the constitution and Whittington notes that this has been embraced by presidents from Jefferson to Jackson Lincoln Roosevelt to Reagan all insisting on the idea that the supreme court is not the sole interpreter of the constitution and rejecting the idea of judicial supremacy. Can you describe departmental ISM what its consequences would be and whether you find it in any way appealing. Well, I think you know that there could be perhaps a narrow view of departmental ISM as well as broader abuse of departmental ISM. I mean, I think if it's view just in in its most simplest form, as you know, the idea that all actors and every branch of the government take a note to the constitution and have to abide by it that that, of course, would be a principal that would be very good. And you know, we want to assume that congress when it's legislating is is, is putting its own mind to work to try to figure out what it's doing is constitutional the president as well..

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"jackson lincoln" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"jackson lincoln" Discussed on The NFL Show

"And the fact they came in with no new ideas with no wrinkles with just, I mean, if you were to sketch out what the problems on this Cowboys team would look like, if you just had a pen and paper on September first, it's exactly what they look like on October, seventh. And that's I think the most disappointing part of the entire tenure, what one hundred percent. And I feel like the hires this off season are going to be interesting because the choices that teams would typically make are not that teams will probably make this like this spring because the chiefs offense coordinator probably isn't ready to be a head coach. The Rams don't have one. So cherry picking like really good assistance on really good teams may not be the answer, but I just don't understand why some of these teams aren't just going to look at what's happening in college and say, why the fuck nut you just wrote about how the gap. Never been smaller. Just go down and get somebody that does interesting stuff and figure it out. Higher Lincoln Riley Riley, more money than the state of Oklahoma and all the Oklahoma boosters could possibly afford Lincoln Riley and the Lincoln Riley clones. I don't know about because I don't know college football just go get all of those. They can just team might the Cowboys strata buying Jackson, Lincoln Riley and a team like the Texans should find a Lincoln Riley clone. Exactly. I, it just feels like if people are saying, I mean it's been. I tweeted something about McVay last week and everyone was like, well, are there really that many brilliant play callers in the NFL? Maybe not, but they exist somewhere. So just go out and get somebody that's going to be interesting at the very least because if you're not interesting right now, if you aren't devising an offense, it's creative and conducive to your players and success. You're done there too many good ones for these teams to look like. They look right now. We're going to see such a die. I actually ever prediction. We're going to see some of the worst coaches we've ever seen over the next two years because there will be guys like Lincoln Riley who are incredibly incredibly good, who will have massive amounts of success at the NFL level. Right? And then they're just going to start hiring random like college, offensive coordinators and stuff, and they're not going to be Lincoln Riley in the same way. There's a million like imitation McVeigh's in imitation, Kyle Shannon's coming down Chuck. Yeah. Imitation, Bella shacks, there's going to be a bunch of imitation, Lincoln Riley's and they're all going to be thirty two years old and they're going to be massive disasters, and it's going to be really funny. Lincoln Riley is going to be a massive success, and then we're gonna have a bunch of guys who go one and thirty one over two years. Massive disasters are okay. If they're interesting disasters. Oh hell. Yeah, you wanna start not funny. All right. That's all we got as always guys. Thank you so much for listening to the show on the ringer podcast network. We've back, thanks guys. Today show is brought to you by fan. I'm Silva excited to be playing on fan deal this football season because over fan till you get the excitement of researching and building your team each week regardless of outcome. Plus they have tons of ways to play like the gridiron pick 'em contest where you just pick winners, no spreads. Then ten thousand is split amongst the top pickers trust me. If you're not a fantasy expert than was cleared with the place to play and new users get a five dollar bonus when they make the first deposit. So come play with me at fan, duel dot com. Slash the ringer that's fan, duel dot com. Slash the ringer.

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"jackson lincoln" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

09:04 min | 2 years ago

"jackson lincoln" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Are almost up to trillion dollars from half a trillion dollars fifteen years ago. The government decided eight years ago. Nine years ago to. Get in the student lending. Business and no surprise, today serious delinquencies are over ten percent so it's a problem you, the average student loan as I understand it people graduating from college is around fifty to one hundred thousand dollars and it's causing. Kids to be crippled as they try. To, enter into the, workforce of because they've got to repay that loan and that's why you're seeing some growth interestingly in trade schools our kids are coming out. Of high school and going immediately, into some kind of trade school training, so that they can have a job they don't have. A college education but they've got a job for fifty two hundred. Thousand dollars paying them immediately without student debt and that's very attractive to a, number of students today You know I'm glad you bring that up because I like to ask everybody I see about their business so give you, a couple of. Quick examples the man who. Does our lawn he's given us heads up recently sunny I'm probably going to. Need to increase. My prices I haven't done that, for two or three years of because I can't find people to work for. Me right now they're they're being. Bid up the locksmith. Who came to our house. A couple of months, ago he told me he had not had an increase in his, prices since two thousand twelve but beginning this year he was finally able to increase his prices what are the greatest job opportunities. In America today there's two of them. And, there's a massive, shortage of people to drive trucks particularly long distance and then the other one is home construction you know people who can build houses so. That's where we're seeing wage pressures, rod seeing wage pressures any other segments, but particularly in those two that's interesting and and that's. A part of the immigration debate for immigrants coming in Who are willing to take on. Those jobs especially in construction homebuilding. Etc and lawn care and I, guess, for some they go but wait a minute those. Are taking jobs from Americans others say but but wait a minute that gives us the chance to continue to expand. Our, economy because they're working yeah I think this whole immigration policy question and discussion is is. In some ways very complex because I think your ladder point is one that generally is, true you think back to Katrina the hurricane that hit particularly New. Orleans President Bush brought in a lot of of? Immigrants who accepted lower wages but you look then and to today you know, we never saw. The increase in compensation and the job growth, in the, African American community in New. Orleans that arguably could have taken place, I, think that's that's, the yin and. Yang of this debate yes. You keep. Labor, costs down but the other side is some of the hardcore unemployed Remain on the. Government roles or are desperate for money and they need to steal and on this Labor, Day weekend it, probably, should. Be noted for. At least from my standpoint and doing, a lot of study. On this most people really want, to work, now there are the indolent poor who just won't work and they're on the streets because they're lazy whatever. But, they are the vast vast minority most people really really want to work they want to have some sense of self worth through their work and if we. Don't have jobs available to, them they can't work and that's what causes a lot of the people on in poverty Rick let me ask, you this question in layman's terms could, you explain, the whole tariff debate out there you know it's another complex topic and this is one that's fascinating because what Trump did was actually pulled. Plays out of the playbook of one of the leading Democrats. In, in the Senate Surat Brown, from Ohio he is right up there with Liz Lisbeth Warren in terms of voting the two thousand four he wrote a book that essentially said. Country needs to erect aggressive tariffs, because the systems on fair and he was speaking on behalf of the the the laborers in Ohio in. Particular and he's a democrat he. Is, a democrat and so what's interesting is that's indeed what Trump has done and so the vast, majority. Of Republicans I talked to, would say. Well that's not, the right thing to. Do but there's actually some hard core conservative economists who have said, the exact same thing that Sharad Brown did in, his book in. Two thousand four so we got to see how this plays out. Mountain. View is that this has a lot of historic. Context to it and I think coming out of? World War, Two you had the, Marshall plan in Europe you had the efforts particularly in Japan to resurrect their economy after the war and so for the next fifty or sixty years what you've had is Uncle. Sam playing the role of the rich uncle And constantly cutting deals to be. Able to prop up. Emerging economies and I think this is where Trump could prove. To be a transformational president a, truly transformational president like Jackson Lincoln in that he actually suffers the, historic recent context of the US is the rich, uncle and that we'll see how, that plays out but, over the next fifty. Or sixty years this could be a defining moment well how. Many of us are going to be alive fifty sixty years from, now, to be able to determine whether that's, true or not but it is, interesting that he's taken on so much of the economic genius out there and said no I really believe I'm. Right on this one and again I guess we'll. See how that plays out especially in the midterm elections let let's do, a shift now because I think a lot of, what we both believe about the economy. Rests through a faith and values perspective that's what this program's about this especially. Lived out in the family you as the family, goes I think so goes into Konami so goes a nation talk about Your views on that. I know, you've done a lot of work looking at, the book of proverbs in, the bible looking at specifically the relationship between a father and a son how important that is I I know you have feelings on this please. Share them well when I finished, the second book about banking in. Mid two thousand sixteen was, published I felt a prodding real, push I would think. From God But. It really pushed me to be thinking through something, that you actually sparked David at your son's David's wedding for some reason this this concept of. A thousand generations which you speak to so eloquent in Deuteronomy the seventh chapter to be specific and Deuteronomy five says that the curses of the. Father are passed onto the third and fourth generation, that as dad's behave it affects. Their kids for three or four generations but then interestingly turn around and in Deuteronomy says but the, grace and mercy of God through fathers. Can be extended to the south. Thousandth generation and that's my hope is that dads would be really godly dad's because I think, it affects generations for years and years to come an exodus. We see the same? Thing, with the ten commandments and so I've, embraced that wisdom. And, so I felt a a burden like a burden on my shoulders for not only, my children but their children to. A thousand generations and so What began as just research is like the books I've written about banking I don't write them for anybody. Other than I do research and then somebody wanted to publish it so I began doing this research. And it was probably forty percent of my time and then in July of last year it was full-time until April and it is. It is just a, daily devotional for my family to think through faith. As the bedrock to behavior and attitudes about thousand, generations to come will you know I was on the opportunity task force here in Charlotte has. Been three years trying to study upward mobility and there are several factors that influence the inability of the poor to move upwardly but one of. Them undeniably the comes from air every sociological research, expert who has democrat or Republican. Is the togetherness of the family when the family stays intact when there are mom and dad working, together for the health of the children. The children Have the greatest opportunity for being healthy there was one study done out, of the Brookings institute which is not exactly a conservative think tank in DC and they said you know, what if you just wait till you're married to have children and graduate from high. School the upward mobility rate is increased by ninety percent ninety nine zero percent so that's an extraordinary study that I want to talk about when we come back. The importance of family for Labor Day economy purposes I'm David Chadwick will be, right back Pat mccrory show maybe this is why private schools are expanded, at a rate? Much greater than the population in public schools is because the elected officials are given, them the middle finger because the elected officials on the school board voted. On by the people in Matthew's and therefore the Mecklenburg county. 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"jackson lincoln" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"jackson lincoln" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Of cottonwood jackson lincoln lyon murray nobles pipes don't counties as well as redwood and rock counties in southwestern part of the state he joins me this morning to talk about last week's flood damage good morning senator thank you for your time here on wctc oh how are you this morning very good thank you john for for calling appreciate being with you and and we've actually had a few days of sunshine that makes people feel a little better anyway at this point what what are you hearing about the amount of damage the extent of damage we understand roads washed out campgrounds flooded just a number of the problems in that area well that's true when you there are variety of issues that are out there i know some of our townships they have probably had road damage in three different rain occasions in june and early july some of our township estimates that we were hearing on last friday range from fifty five to one hundred thousand dollars per township in those areas that were most heavily affected what we also see is a lot of road damage shoulder damage to county and state roads out in the area as well and you get to lakes attack the dike system there's a series of three dykes that lead out to what they call keeley island and and the the third dyke at on friday when state officials were there i think they figured there was three foot of water over that yet at that point in time and then what we're also seeing in terms of a personal property damage is that we have a lot of basements in the city of tracy they figure seventy five percent of the basements had water and sewage backup into into those basements and yesterday actually midnight sunday morning the river quest des moines river crested at windham and now they're anticipating a few days actually in many areas of the join river in minnesota the flood stage has stayed there for four to five days and the issue with that of course is that you maintain this constant ground pressure and as a result they had had one basement crack already in the area close to the river and as their longer that that water level stay as up why the more of that type of problem you have occurring i know that while things have begun to dry out senator chatting with senator bill weber from the state senate district twenty two down there i know that as things continue to dry out the governor's headed back down to them today you will be kind of tethered to your desk in saint paul at a committee hearing meeting but you're getting reports from constituents i'm curious to know besides the damage the physical damage that is there this is kind of the high tourist season and i know so many of those camp areas in the townships around there depend on tourist dollars being spent this has got to be a pretty good economic setback as well well it is certainly in the late satanic area you know they have there's a there's a church camp quite frankly right now everyone from kellyanne had was evacuated the week of the fourth and there's just no way for people to get back there at this point in time and so they have you know their prime weeks of the season for the for the camp is basically gone at this point and and as a result you know even those campgrounds which may be our way from the flood waters and and what have you people people here of problems in the area that they don't come and and as a result they all they all achieve some some financial downturn as a result of of this event what are you hearing about how seriously agriculture's impacted down there you know the the actual floodwaters wires obviously the ground that's along the water courses wayne river etc you know there's flooding and and what have you but we have with the amount of rain that we've had in general we have a large amount of crop damage that's occurring the flood out spots are are obvious of course what standing water but you see many areas fields that due to the waterlog situation of.

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"jackson lincoln" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"jackson lincoln" Discussed on WCHS

"And should should pay us to patronize those restaurants but but they're in i got the numbers from gupta hoppy there have been ninety eight hepatitis cases here predominantly most of those are in kanawha county and they have about eight more cases that they're looking at and the thing with this is that seventy percent of these people have had to be hospitalized so that's a pretty high numbers there and other counties that have had them kabyle boone jackson lincoln wayne and wyoming they've had just single digit cases but the most have been in kanawha county in fact net yet one hundred six confirmed or suspected cases so what they're trying to do with this mass vaccination is just knock it down knock it down he says it'll be around for a while but this is the best way to knock this down is get the vaccine and it works pretty immediately and it even work backwards some it's really affective if you've been exposed you can you can have the vaccine after you've been exposed to helps you so so they really want they want people to get this these service workers to get the to get the vaccine to get the shot reading from the mayo clinic website hepatitis as a highly contagious liver infection caused by the hepatitis a virus virus is one of several types of hepatitis viruses that cause inflammation and affect your liver's ability to function you most likely.

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"jackson lincoln" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"jackson lincoln" Discussed on WCHS

"The national weather service remain in effect for almost every county the exceptions are those in the northern panhandle along with wetzel marian ima nagoya counties as counties not under winter weather advisories chris has the rapidly growing list of school closings and legs changing crazy over the last hours a listening closely if you're not on here or you're not where you think you should be you may be before your long and we'll continue to updated throughout the morning news let's go those that are close this morning those are boon brook cavell jackson lincoln logan marshall mingo ohio platinum rhone wayne wetzel words would county schools they are all closed today running on delay this morning barber calhoun clay doddridge's gilmer harrison lewis marian mason monica pleasant richie gaoler tyler and up county although schools are delaying and that's a list we have now shauna said there's probably going to change quite a bit in the next half hour 45 minutes so be sure and states into the morning news and will continue to update that list as the information is passed along the us coming up in a moment in our metro news background or a bill to make humidity and technical colleges free to west virginia students is now in a committee will talk about that and then college level recap of the mountaineers lost to kansas last night at home why light snow falling in wheeling it's 25 degrees.

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"jackson lincoln" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"jackson lincoln" Discussed on WTMA

"Would you seeking revenge after we declared war on them and if it wasn't for certain general at a certain time it was washington first in now what was this back woodsmen this orphan boy at thirteen who ends up becoming the majorgeneral well determined to get revenge on the british for wiping out his family essentially and who bled red white and blue to put together a battle plan which he never was trained to for two format to do that at that time he allowed us to expand westwood because the british fear democracy they feared the a thing cold election and they feared are we would never be invaded again after jackson pulled off this victory you know i am while we were trying to revoke yet i read this wonderful graf about how governor of claiborne of louisiana goes to jackson and says that the you know the the folks the big shots retire arkan about surrendering blah blah blah and jackson would hear any of it and he centrally said tell them there's no way we're going to surrender if i have to burn the city down and our move upstream in mississippi in choke off the british supplies but there's no way we're going to let them win this thing so that's pretty amazing by itself i want to connect dots brian to your point saving america i wanna go from george washington that that that that to andrew jackson dot that thought and then abraham lincoln abe lincoln had to say that a third time those three people washington jackson lincoln day held america together and allowed it to be the greatest country in the history of history's at fair it's fair larry and people are listening right now say wow you know jackson did this in washington at flavin you know uh lincoln was willing to cut a deal before total victory for the north they look at these people they see the flaws for some reason this generation i would do these people and i see their extraordinary who get statues and we read about him because of what they did in their time and jackson studied washington lincoln studied washington but most of only study jackson and you know i'd as doug we'd we'd have a special on television on fox news is coming out it's uh go to be andrew jackson hero into fire when every i'm leak was trying to make sense of what could do with the south when they seceded he looked back.

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"jackson lincoln" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"jackson lincoln" Discussed on WCHS

"The eleven three i'm jeff jenkins in the 965 fm and 580 wchs jess radio newsroom on his way to 88 today it'll end up partly sunny very warm and humid born accu weather coming up today the first day of school for several school districts in and around can are county including jackson lincoln and rome counties of course cannot county began earlier this week today is the first day of the school year of charleston catholic final preparations are underway wait today a putnam county where the school year will start tomorrow school superintendent john hudson we are up and ready and it started with a buck was to run and our students to rob a comoro hudson says he won't know for sure for a few weeks but it appears putnam county may see a bump in student enrollment this fall the charles demand charged in the february shooting death of a teenager on the city's these stand is scheduled to be in court later today for a pretrial hearing 62 your william podium faces the murder charge and the death of 15yearold genes means podium is currently scheduled to go on trial next week podiums attorney will seek a postponement of the trial in today's hearing september fifth these the trial date in connection with a couple of shooting deaths a case for murder this year and could all county fortytwo you'll bobby gene hall clint dented 38 you'll misty wrecker falling rock pleaded not guilty to endure arraignments this morning to charges in connection with death at a garrison avenue home back in february the next mayor of dunbar will be chosen to the council meeting next week there's an open sepa calls terry greenlee who was just reelected earlier this year took state job in ramir scott arnn it expects the vote next monday's council one three of them were running for murder informercial they obviously will of obviously will will vote for themselves leslie drop eight of the ten applicants for the job.

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"jackson lincoln" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"jackson lincoln" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The difference at jackson lincoln there's so much going on we are gonna russia country is gonna protest worn ongoing the cato what is actually going on real dependable information's you give you all know what's going on support learn was really fix going going going on it's going to change radio nine fifty w w cbs friday hawaii five t hottest romance everything third it will flows in cnet come to you head for the action stay for the male malebonding like hey thinking or hungry another treaty echo in there it's a match made in caveman had god bless that's really nice wifi cvs friday were stream it live or on demand wjr news time is four 28 time for traffic and weather together on the aid sponsored by sarah chevrolet in southfield in katherine new problem popping up we half of new problem we also have that big problem along westbound ninety six between middle belt and merriman the westbound ninety six service drive at middle belt is closed those on the freeway are getting through via the left lane and this one is just come into us westbound 94 before morass that's in the harbour woods area there's an accident there on the left shoulder and the left lane don't forget about that big weekend freeway closure the lodge freeway is closed both directions between i 75 in jefferson avenue for construction work that should be in effect until about five am tomorrow we'll watch that for you from.

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"jackson lincoln" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"jackson lincoln" Discussed on WCHS

"The source of the loud boom reported across raleigh county on thursday night the national weather service was among the agencies getting calls about a possible explosion with a bright flash of light again the source of that loud boom is not known he wave in west virginia continues this afternoon the heat and humidity could make it feel like temperature's are up above one hundred degrees in southwestern west virginia specially as where heated visory is from the national weather service will be in effect starting at noon as counties weighing caballe mason jackson lincoln putnam can all mingo logan and boom but chris it's really gonna feel high everywhere in west virginia i dunno i it's been pretty warm all week so i'm not sure what i'm going to notice all that much difference because almost daily air conditioner by shot six eleven on the morning news coming up over a background or where you're back to 2017 jambo of the hashtag for the national guard jamboree we'll hear from general heuer she's overseeing the operations of the military providing security and sports coming up in amman interbak than in college sports all still to come here on the morning news rationale parker were cloudy skies seventy three degrees mostly cloudy and 72 election huntington elkins cloudy and sixty nine bluefield morning clear skies sixty seven degrees of six twelve on the morning news here's the voice of charleston 580 accuweather forecast a heated visory ineffective early this evening it'll be warming humid clouds and sun shower thunderstorm high near eighty nine partly cloudy warm in human tonight low 73 on human tomorrow thunderstorms and a high ninety i'm accuweather's steve williams on the voice of charleston 580 wchs your severe weather station start your traditions at.

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