8 Burst results for "Jamila mill"

"jamila mill" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

02:44 min | 3 months ago

"jamila mill" Discussed on Good Life Project

"My guest today. Jamila mill was a household name in the uk for years hosting shows on t. four bc one before launching into the spotlight in the us plane to hani on the acclaimed tv. Show the good place and then hosting. Tbs late night game show. The misery index judging reality competition show legendary an along the way she has been incredibly intentional about leveraging her notoriety for social good launching the advocacy platform. I way and the podcast of the same name. And she's on quest really bring together an amplify the voices of change makers and promote equity and dignity and for her. It's also personal. Growing up the daughter of indian and pakistani parents. She was often bullied and experience. May tougher after being diagnosed with a condition that affects her body's connective tissue and often causes chronic pain and through her teens she endured even more trauma became anorexic and then at a car accident that caused a spinal injury that would profoundly change her relationship with her body and finding her way eventually into the world of tv and radio in the uk. She headed to the us at first to right but found herself in front of the camera performing on set with her childhood. Heroes on network tv but it was her decision to speak truth to power and become an advocate for equality inclusivity and self determination that has really become the center of who jamila is and how she shows up in the world a place she describes as being post. Shame so excited to share this best of conversation with you and before we dive into it. I also want to take a moment to share some super exciting news. So my new book sparked is now available for preorder. This is really the culmination of more than two decades of work getting to the heart of what makes us come alive in work and life. It'll help you understand. Maybe in a way that you never truly have been able to see or embrace those deeper drivers for work that fill with meaning and joy and excitement and purpose and probably equally important it reveals. What work empties. Your soul takes. the greatest. emotional toll requires the greatest recovery and equips. You don't understand on an entirely different level. How to better re imagine and reinvent this next season of work in life to chewy maybe for the first time ever come more fully alive and there are some super cool immediate bonuses when you reorder so go check out the link in our show notes to grab your copy of a sparked from your favorite bookseller today. Okay onto our conversation on jonathan fields and this is good life. Project.

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"jamila mill" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

02:29 min | 3 months ago

"jamila mill" Discussed on Good Life Project

"My guest today. Jamila mill was a household name in the uk for years hosting shows on t. four bc one before launching into the spotlight in the us plane to hani on the acclaimed tv. Show the good place and then hosting. Tbs late night game show. The misery index judging reality competition show legendary an along the way she has been incredibly intentional about leveraging her notoriety for social good launching the advocacy platform. I way and the podcast of the same name. And she's on quest really bring together an amplify the voices of change makers and promote equity and dignity and for her. It's also personal. Growing up the daughter of indian and pakistani parents. She was often bullied and experience. May tougher after being diagnosed with a condition that affects her body's connective tissue and often causes chronic pain and through her teens she endured even more trauma became anorexic and then at a car accident that caused a spinal injury that would profoundly change her relationship with her body and finding her way eventually into the world of tv and radio in the uk. She headed to the us at first to right but found herself in front of the camera performing on set with her childhood. Heroes on network tv but it was her decision to speak truth to power and become an advocate for equality inclusivity and self determination that has really become the center of who jamila is and how she shows up in the world a place she describes as being post. Shame so excited to share this best of conversation with you and before we dive into it. I also want to take a moment to share some super exciting news. So my new book sparked is now available for preorder. This is really the culmination of more than two decades of work getting to the heart of what makes us come alive in work and life. It'll help you understand. Maybe in a way that you never truly have been able to see or embrace those deeper drivers for work that fill with meaning and joy and excitement and purpose and probably equally important it reveals. What work empties. Your soul takes. the greatest. emotional toll requires the greatest recovery and equips. You don't understand on an entirely different level. How to better re imagine and reinvent this next season of work in life to chewy maybe for the first time ever come more fully alive and there are some super cool immediate bonuses when you reorder so go check out the link in our show notes to.

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"jamila mill" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

05:33 min | 4 months ago

"jamila mill" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"A sense of shame. Jimmy i like like justin negotiating. The i'm gonna have to fly on a plane that doesn't have like a business class option. I after figure this out in a foreign language. Flying around in france was so scary. And i just go to this place of shame and know that the people who are dealing with me are going to be like off you awful fat person and like i would like to see myself and more people do better advocates for themselves to in those situations with doctors with airlines with all of the situations that are scary. Be able to advocate for ourselves. Not from a place of shame from a place of having need and it needs to be like any other customer like any other paying customers have a need. I need that need only human being with dignity. And it's like it's always weird when i see not fat. People have to make a parallel asks and they're able to do it without the same sort of like overwhelming shame. And i'm like. Maybe i need to learn to be more of that guy. Yeah i think maybe everyone does. And i think that's what the future is going to have to look like. You know something that you said to me. When we spoke over the phone was icon. Expect the well to do more for me than i do for myself. I have to do the work. And i think about sobriety beautiful an important sentiment to end this on. It's frustrating but it is tiring like it is tiring. Yeah but also it's worth it and the the wonderful thing about being middle aged is that you have seen the world get better. I've seen the worlds change and like be less shit headed about so many things in that affecting me affects people that i love. I'm continuing that work requires more change. I think there is a way that Like so many americans have been taught to think of our country's journey as an inexorable journey towards greater freedom and that's not true it has been work. It has been work and work with a lot of setbacks along the way and it doesn't just happen. It takes people putting themselves at risk hundred percent the guy before i lose you May i ask you what are you weigh. I weigh one book. I wrote a book. It's called my life as a goddess available wherever books are sold. And i'm proud of it and that is definitely a significant aspect of the mass that i have on this planet I wear my relationship with my niece of put line to and she puts a lot into and gives me back so much I weigh the truly weightless time of being on stage. Like i love. i have getting to perform. Stand up comedy is such a lovely thing and then i get to do it so frequently with so many amazing people in front of so many amazing audiences is a significant aspects of who i am and what i am on this planet in relationship to gravity love best. Thank you so much for coming on and having such a meaningful for me about so many different incredibly personal things i do and i have i get your in person. Sometimes because it's been like six years time. Thank you so much for having. I really appreciate it. Thank you so much for listening to this week's episode with jamila mill is produced and research by myself. Tomato djamil erin finnegan and kimmy gregory. It is edited by andrew jackson and the beautiful music. You're hearing now is made by my boyfriend's james blake if you haven't already please rate review and subscribe to the show. It's a great way to show your support. We also have a bonus series exclusively on stitcher premium austria. Anything check out. You can get a free month to stitch premium by going to dot com slash premium and using the promo code. I weigh lastly over. I would love to hear from you and share way at the end of this cost. You can leave us a voicemail at one eight one eight six six zero five five four three or email us. What you way at iway cast at gmail.com and now we would love to pass the mic to one fabulous listeners. Mara i weigh the love of my two. Your nieces admire knee so much a question highway my relationship with my family. I weigh my journey into womanhood as a transgender woman. I weigh my close friends who are chosen family. I weigh my ability to create great art. And i weigh my spirituality and the love of art..

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"jamila mill" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

03:34 min | 4 months ago

"jamila mill" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"Feel like so many of us wheel that way so yes i wanna weigh myself through how my friends see me or if i went through how my friends see me today. Do it right. I'm yeah there's no right way or wrongly. I won't ask you go into the specifics and then brag although i love it when women drag i. It's truly i. It's my religion women breaking if you ever get to a point where you can love yourself as much sure friends. Please come onto my podcast again. And for an entire hour i would fucking it. Would only you just brag and fucking brag even the way you spoke about your body image like in your special was just so like i love that. We talked about having bodies more but the other way around. Where you slimmer than you are or whatever but like the the the matter of fact and confident way in which you talk about the way that you look or how you carry yourself for like different periods of life where you've wayne and things and you will find with a and that's changed over time. Of course you know like because of time an asian. I've changed as a human. And i'm just settled am settled and but you know Yeah whatever. I've like changes human overtime. So you're junkers change in your perspective changes and we should all be allowed to do that. I used to be more self deprecating about my weight. Well i'm glad. I'm glad that you're not and like i said when you feel ready. Come on and brag we know but thank you. It's been such a pleasure every she to you right after this so good bye. Thank you so much for listening to this week's episode with jamila mill is produced and research by myself. Djamil erin finnegan and kimmy gregory. It is edited by andrew khasan and the beautiful music. You are hearing now is made by my boyfriend's james blake if you haven't already please rate review and subscribe to the show. It's a great way to show your support. We also have a bonus series exclusively on stitcher premium austria. Anything check out. You can get a free month. The stitch premium by going stitcher dot com slash premium and using the promo code. Iway lastly over. I would love to hear from you and showy way at the end of this cost you can leave us a voicemail at one eight one eight six six zero five five four three or email us what you weigh at iway focused at g mail dot com and now we would love to pass the mic to one. Oh fabulous listeners. I'd like to say. I way as everyone would say their families their friends their to my intelligence my love for movies might offer dancing my love of four languages. I love learning languages obsessed with learning as many as possible by way my humor. I think i'm funny i wear. I weigh my creativity away. My love for travel and i love my way and i. I love my way. I weigh A love for connecting with other people. And yeah all right. That's it really think. You love your podcast..

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"jamila mill" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:42 min | 6 months ago

"jamila mill" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Superhuman sort foam physical feet and yet. So we don't really know the extent of their backstory or any of that kind of stuff Typical marvel secrecy stuff but Rene least goldsberry from hamilton. Ginger saga from kidding. Tim roth and mark ruffalo show as well. So yeah just want to let people know it. Casey missed the this news. The sort of exciting at jamila djamil was really really great in the good place. That was where i sort of became aware of her for the first time A chris any thoughts on this. I know like i said we don't have like to meet details to go on here but Any just general feelings about jamila mill or a or she hulk. Yeah it's hard to say. How jamila mill will Act in this a show. Because the places i think her first acting role she was a a tv host presenter for the majority of her career and she is only just started to like enter into the acting industry properly after the good place and she talked about how the good place was kind of her acting workshop with ted danson kristen bell helping her a lot. So i yeah. It's hard for me to separate her from her. The good place character because that's the only carry ever seen her as also the only character that she's probably ebbing ever played so Yeah basically what i'm saying is i don't know if i'm interested. I think actually brad wrote an explainer piece about the titania character that she's gonna be playing going very extreme detail about the comics backstory. And all that kind of stuff. So if you're curious and interested about that. I will link to brad in the show. You can check that out all right..

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"jamila mill" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout

Parenting Roundabout

15:52 min | 2 years ago

"jamila mill" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout

"Talk about something other than parenting for a change. So this week we continued our good place and West Wing watches but first dancing with the stars Halloween night so site where the hair and makeup people get to go even more a crazy than I used to on a regular Monday night so yes I do. I do enjoy that part of quite a bit to what what they do. Yeah I liked a lot of the dances. I yeah with the judges scoring comments as usual. Okay everybody made some mistakes so that they have an excuse not to give tins so fine. Okay I thought James and Emma's dance was fantastic. I really liked it all the ants. The maybe we're a little bit often timing a few times but the drama of it was so well enacted and the concept up w was so nice and you know that was probably my favorite of the night but I thought everybody. Did you know well enough. According to their ability I thought some of the scores were high. I thought some of the scores were low so typical. Oh mine dancing with the stars but it does. It really seemed to me that the theme of the night was you know. Get rid of Sean night That they you know everybody else got high scores. He got low scores and they especially in the judges commentary to the Second Group Dance they were them dissing him yes she was in. You know talking about how you know. Lindsay is counting him through stuff loudly. Which yes she is but you know what I see the other female pros mouths moving? When they're they're dancing he's not the only one that has somebody counting forum? So it's you know personally Yeah I mean he's you know he's definitely the worst dancer they are and I would not mind if he went home on any given week. But there's there's other people I wouldn't mind if they went home on any given week and you know who I don't care if I see another dance from or not so. Yeah while I was us you know it got down at the end to Kate and yes Romo and I had I had liked Kerama just fine but and it was down to the two of them I was like oh now now please case I I'm GonNa give carry on the benefit of the doubt that she picked Kerama just to make some drama. Because AH I don't I don't think there's any basis for that you know he's been consistently low scored and not a judge's favourite Ann cates been inconsistently liked. So when I don't quite see a big turn in his abilities although he got great scores on Halloween night because almost everybody nobody upgrade scores media right and to be honest cates tonight. It was not my favorite l.. Agree so that's too bad but I'm glad that that didn't result in having to be sent home. Yes for generally enjoy watching her. She's so much fun. I do very very much too and I enjoy watching Pasha and len enjoys watching Pasha so pretty clear who was gonna get his vote so thankfully fully but you know if you just couldn't relax enjoy it as two hours of entertainment other has pretty entertaining. Yes I agree. Fear into all the drama of it maybe not so entertaining the The thing that honestly that I like least just about Sean. Hanging on week after week is that it makes all the of commentary groups. I follow for this the chat groups and host and all that it makes she just miserable because it's all just. This is just like bobby balanced. So when it's like that I feel like I wanted to fend bobby his lung on just not GonNa. I'm just going to check out but that's played harder. Always been part of the fun of it for me is raining everybody else's comments and now it's just all sourness so well. Just it's. It's a bummer. That for me. It's more since I'm not as into chat rooms Up The following allies in for me is just taking taking up somebody else's spot. Yeah I guess but that's the part that bums me. Yeah in as much as it's it's a game. It's really not somebody else's spot it's whoever spot. Yeah blaze that part of the game. The best and analytic Lindsey. So Oh yes I do. And she's earning her money that girl. Jeez but you know it's easy for me to say this until somebody we are really liked gets knocked off so there's three or four people who still yes. They're still robot they seem. Do we doing well too so you know we'll see. I'm I'm willing to just relax and be entertained by it whatever happens. I'm hoping to do that. Yeah and like you said the you know this all these Halloween months were very entertaining at work and really largely very well done. And you know it's it's fun when it's a big production even though it's faffing about it's still it's it's fun to watch your time. Yes it is and you know. The team dances. Were Fun to see them all working together. It was interesting always in the past as far ars as long as I've been watching the team dances of included something for each couple to to have a little featured bit And they didn't do it this time instead this time. They did a bit. Where all the the stars dance together right which was kind of fun as kind of a nice change although I like it the other way too? Oh so I wonder if that was like the apparently deliberate change. Well Yeah and Kate really held her own being the only female all star in her group so she had to be sort of compared to write Lindsey and Whitney Jenna some who are in addition to being all pros are all extremely tiny tiny. And it's not like kate is the hulk but she's less tiny so she she really stuck out to some degree but she did fine. I enjoy her a finder a very enjoyable presence presence and she seems very positive and she seems to be so appreciative of her pro aunt. Yeah I do Kinda wish. The teams had gotten divided up a little more evenly. Engender right but right then you wouldn't have had that yeah situation so yeah I don't know why wound up that way but 'cause terry it was all random here that was that was speaking of entertainment that is I think part part of it but I don't know could yes good luck to all of them and Did you vote even though you were. I debut relate. You did good. Good value voted before I watched anything Because I was out end anyway be driving. You know at the the last minute so I guess I did take care of the voting before a good I came home ill fund vote before I see the dances anyway. 'cause I know who I want to stick around like unless it's it's difficult to think of anything that could happen. That would make me want to send my vote absolutely. Not you've take back them all. Yes especially this time since you can. You can give all your votes to a number of people you don't have to divide them exactly. Yeah so when when there was dividing to do then you sort of have to see everything in case somebody does really bad in this case. It's ten votes for you Maggie next week won't you. Yes we could dancing with the stars. That's right we shall continue watching all the people who every week say. That's it time. Time time on with the show. We'll be back. We'll be back so from Halloween night. We descend to the bad place. Place has over on the good place the show Michael and Jason went to the bad place to rescue askew Janet which they really accomplished very easily win. You asked me. I agree like I seen all the hits us. The demon exploded as a couple times. Boom there were just on their merry way. That is one of those things. It's it's like an absurd convenience like Roy that this happens to exist right. Oh I know. We'll have this weapon that they can't defend against or whatever happens to have been introduced in the previous episode but whatever I'm just as glad they're out yes me too and it was an enjoyable all episode with some funny parts and yes some a the on the podcast. Jamila Djamil on. She talked talked a lot about Tani on this episode. Because it was there was a lot of Tahani. Yes plot where she was trying to do more for and contribute more to the effort than throwing parties? It's all night dues. Throw hull teas. So that was is nice. I thought yeah. I wish there had been a clue earlier that she was having this great existential crisis about parties. I don't know maybe it happened when she was bonding with the gossip guy or whatever but it did seem kind of seemed to come a teensy bit out of the blue right like the demon ex. Exactly Yeah I mean the one thing about the demon explorer. Is that at least. That wasn't their plan. And Jason just happened to have it and so it could be a bit of a surprise is that way and of course Jason would be the one to gain control of an item that blew up so it's in character yes right in his bailiwick. Absolutely poor Chidi. Aw Chidi I get so so apparently it is possible to completely restore the memories. Man I know Michael had done that with eleanor before and now. He says he's done it two tawny to and then he has to Jason so theoretically wants. This experiment is over. They can just give Chidi back all his memories right true which sort of turns the the tragic Romance Snob down quite a bit Because right it can be undone. I did not think of that I did not either. You're quite right until you know Michael's just just randomly giving memories. Backed people right. I don't think that was regretted giving Jason right although Jason just forgot the law again so this is probably GonNa after Pete that a few times. Um but I'm glad they were. They were able to get in. I just I have such anxiety about this season. You know after I've watched everything's Okay I really enjoys like I'm we'll have to watch this season again when I know the end and then I think I will enjoy it a lot better but I'm just constantly waiting for bad things to happen that I'm not GonNa lie here. Uh Achidi I am Achidi. It's it's my inner Chidi is tweaked by all of this stuff. That's going on right so I was worried. The terrible things would happen to them in the bad place but yes they fairly snap only got over it and I guess immediately convinced Janet that they were the real guys. There was no oh Janet torture going on but of course You know even with magnets I guess Janet Spree Sharp and they answered the question of how the the fake good places being held together by Derek in sword of in APP. That's unfortunate. I do enjoy the the runner owner of Derek. Always holding glass of something is not is not a beverage this was scrabble tiles and spent all different all different things here season said so. So Jason Matt Zukas must have like Like a season contract because they seem to work into every episode whether he needs to be there or not I guess he kind of needed to be here for this one but they could just as well come up with some other uh-huh explanation right. Derrick Derrick is directing his way through the season Mindy is nowhere to be found. I know we really have not. I've seen her at all. She made herself scare over taken. Her you know her CDs in warmbier and gone off to some shack. Ex- someplace right but that's a little weird. They could've let her sort of enjoy life in the simulated good place. Yeah range taking over her territory. The way that is a weird problem of the season in that people just go missing. Were for no reason other than that. Clearly they weren't contracted for that episode while other people who one might expect to see in their company. Are there. Sure so I. That's a that's a problem. A little bit of a distraction but yeah but still you know at the end of every episode. I'm satisfied and you. You know wondering what on Earth they're going to do the following week right as Jamila Mill says now and we'll guess what the ending is. Yes yes that did not only with confidence and it's something I've thought about yet. What is it going to be? Just another layer of worry. Presumably something good. Yeah one one would hope Well that was something good on the podcast. That's right the end of show. We will hold out hope that nothing terrible happens between now and then and you're right. You're right to have observed. When I was worried that he might be imitating somebody there that Vicky? He's not that good of an actress. So Kudos to you all those times. That Ted Danson had to play Vicki playing Michael. It was quite expert. Clun yes so she would not have been able to pull it off so well shall we move on and unsticking of rewarding patients. Yeah how many soon after take for for Josh and Donna divinely smooch right this this episode is called the a cold but it might as well be called the kiss exact. That's all anyone wants to talk about the fact that Josh Donna Kiss like in the cold open yes you know patents since before the show even yes cold open. Yeah a golden one. Yes so that happened that happened and and then they sort of dance around him. Remember most of the spend the rest of the episode being mildly chagrined. Right but not regretful. Now cry no just sort of like well like I mean. I think Josh felt like..

"jamila mill" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"jamila mill" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Is the Ben Shapiro show. So you're hearing, a lot of hue and cry from the pro choice side today, but much of the human cry is based on bad logic. The Senate took up the Bill again on Tuesday after an earlier tempted abate, the measure last week descended into shouting and chaos tensions erupted, including some within the dominant Republican party over whether to include exceptions to the ban, in cases of rape, and incest, a Senate committee had amended the Bill to include those exceptions prompting a bitter dispute postponed consideration of the Bill for days, other state measures to restrict abortion rights have advanced in the south of midwest this year, inviting legal fights the governors of Georgia. Kentucky Mississippi and Ohio seinfield, heartbeat bills. Arkansas moved up the cutoff point for legal abortions to eighteen weeks of pregnancy from twenty weeks, by the way, it is insane that it is considered the quote unquote, reasonable position for legal abortions to remain until eighteen weeks of pregnancy. The Alabama measured goes further. In addition to the potential ninety nine year sentence for performing abortions. Doctors face the threat of a tenure from for tempting to perform one women who receive abortions would not be prosecuted. So do not believe the propaganda that is being put out there right now. Now, the, the problem with a lot of the pro choice advocates the problem for them is that they continue to make arguments that are truly truly morally egregious. So Jamila Djamil is an actress you've seen her on the good place. And she apparently had an abortion. And here's what she tweeted out. I had an abortion when I was young. It was the best decision. I have ever made. Well, you know, it would have been better decision as to not get pregnant in the first place, should it was the best decision I've ever made ever of all her life for best decision was killing her own unborn child, both for me. And for the baby, I didn't want and wasn't ready for emotionally psychologically financially in. So number one, she's acknowledging. It is a baby. Number two, she is saying that it was best for the baby to die naming a circumstance in which it is best for you to die. Like just say, let's just forget about everyone just you generally. What's the circumstance in which it is best for you to die? So you might be able to name some circumstances. Let's say that you are in agreeance horrific pain. And then you say that you want out of the pain. Maybe that's an argument. Let's in the of a terminal disease. Maybe that's an argument, but let's say they are perfectly healthy human being, and your, and your or you've been injured in a couple months. You'll be a perfectly healthy human being is the best solution for you today is best for you to die. This is a pretty astonishing statement, I can promise you, it was not the best thing for the baby to die. And she says, so many children will end up in foster homes, so many lives ruined. So very cruel, I promise you that a child and a foster home would still prefer to live than simply be chopped apart in the womb. So many lives ruined his life was ruined her baby who never got to live in the first place. It's pretty astonishing statement. She says she says this isn't any at all the foster homes. I'm off people who take in children in need of a family in a home, but of Georgia becomes inundated with children who are unwanted or unable to be cared for. It will be hard to find great fostering for them. All. Oh, so she's worried about the public burden on foster homes icy. That's obviously that means we should kill everyone in countries with lots of very, very poor people, where there are lots of street urchins running around on the streets. The best thing to do probably up and kill them probably. It's the best thing to do according to Jamila mill. That's an amazing statement. But unfortunately, that's sort of logic prevails. When it comes to the left and an abortion. The, the logic of the left on abortion is completely, and thoroughly unsympathetic to the very idea that there's a light in the womb that is biologically incorrect. There is human life in the womb, obviously. And that life does begin a conception. There is no other definition of human life. That makes any sort of logical sense when people say human life begins with brain activity. Okay. So if you have somebody who's in a coma, can you kill them know when they say human life begins at viability Wellman my kids in viable. Now if I left my three year old alone for half a day he would be dead because he's a crazy person because all three year olds are crazy. People certainly. This is true of newborn babies who cannot support themselves feed themselves, in are completely dependent on their parents to take care of them. And a lot of people who are dependent on caretakers when people say that the standard should be sentence. It will when you're asleep. You're not sentient does this mean that we can kill you, obviously not what people say what's different to baby is not sentient as a state of being. Yes for a temporary time. And then the baby is, when people try to make a distinction between Welton embryo order to feed us or whether it's a baby question is it a human life, or is it not that is the only category that actually matters here, that is the only category that matters, insofar as the quote unquote choice to perform an abortion, while people tend to do is they will pick hard cases. Now, the rule in, in law is what we used to in law school, used to describe it as hard cases make bad law. In other words, cases in which you are sympathetic to one side tend to make forbade general rules. And so what the left likes to do is pick hard cases. That's why they picked the rape in the incest, cases. That's why they like to pick cases of tastes babies, but hard cases, make bad law. In other words, the general principle, which that human life ought to be protected, and the government has a role in protecting human life is obviously true, one of the things that I found hilarious yesterday is advocates of abortion. Who as a counter argument to both the Georgia Bill and the Alabama Bill were saying, well, now, that you're declaring these, these fetuses human life. Why don't you force men to pay child support during pregnancy? And the answer is I'm with you, man. Do it. Absolutely. You're not couple Asian be able to take off. You should have to pay for that. Because the fact is that you created that you're responsible for all of that. So not only do I not have a problem with that. I'm on the side of that pro-life people have thought through the consequences of the of the actions, that they are taking pro choice, people by and large earliest the pro choice position by and large has not actually thought through the consequences of its own positions. It has just settled for what is convenient in terms of what they think people should live like they think that in order to facilitate that can means we should rule out of bounds all serious discussions about what constitutes human life, or at the very least what they do is they then demagogue the issue, they say things like okay well, let's say that you're in a room with a fertilized, embryo and. A five year old child and in the room is on fire, which one do you save? That's not the question. The question is, let's say that you're in a room with an embryo. Do you kill it? That is the question. Right. Is not. You have to choose between one life in another. We acknowledged that if the question is one life is in danger. And that life happens to be fully born and one life is not. That's why the even the Alabama law makes an exception for the life of the mother, but that does not obviate the question as whether human life ought to be protected coming up. We'll be joined by Representative Ed sets learn from the Georgia house.

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"jamila mill" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"jamila mill" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"So listen Alano now. Has a column over at CNN with will laser Wilson. I think his house pronounce all about why a sex freak is a great idea in the wake of Georgia's pro-life law. She says quote calling for a sex freak is way to protest for strictures on abortion. His powerful response. That is one description sure, it's been a mixed reaction. But it got the country talking about the GOP's undeniable war on women, and let's face it with so much going on every day in the news. Sometimes we need an extreme response to get national attention. So now that we have your attention, all reproductive rights are blatantly and systematically being stripped away before our very eyes abortion cares normal and times necessary medical procedure. I love it has at times necessary. So that would imply that there are many times when it is not necessary actually is just optional but anti-choice activist. She says it's not really chipped away at abortion rights and access for decades with the hope of overturning Roe v. Wade attempts to free women as second class citizens have become increasingly brazen. The new Bill allows a fetus counted in the census. And can be claimed as dependent Meinrad income taxes is also noting. This means that men are now duty-bound to actually pay child. Support Georgia is the fourth Sates pass one of these bills. The attacks on women and abortion rights, still stop there in Alabama. Lawmakers are scheduled to vote on a Bill that would ban nearly all abortions with a single exception cases involving serious health risks to the mother all of these bills of the same singular purpose to make it up to the supreme court. They want to take away all control pregnant people have over their own bodies. Well, I'm not really worried about your control of your body. More worried about the control that you want over the baby. So funny just a few minutes ago. A feminist tweeted something out about her own abortion because this has become a thing to proclaim your wonderful morality by tweeting out about your abortion. Her name is Jamila mill. And apparently, she is a feminist in progress. She tweeted out I had an abortion when I was young. It was the best decision. I've ever made both for me. And for the baby I didn't want and wasn't ready for emotionally, psychologically and financially. So many. Children will end up in foster homes, so many lives ruined. So very cruel. Yes. Clearly, the best alternative to a child ending up in a foster home to take it and kill. It makes perfect sense. To me this, of course, the same logic as just plain infanticide. But according to many unless it's a great idea. Well, when we come back, we'll get into wireless Milano is now calling for a sex strike, and how ridiculous this is. Plus, we'll get to a columnist for the Washington Post saying that Sarah Huckabee Sanders should.

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