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Tom Tradup: First-Time CPAC Visitor Shares Concerns in Canada

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:43 sec | Last week

Tom Tradup: First-Time CPAC Visitor Shares Concerns in Canada

"I just had breakfast this morning with a guy sat down with me at my table for you mind if I sit here and completely sit down. His name is Brent Larson. He lives in Oklahoma, but he's originally from Canada and he had a T-shirt that said fight communism. Okay, tell me your story. And he said, you know, because of the truckers strike and the way that in Canada, if you were to say on the radio, that marriage is between one man and one woman, you can get arrested. I mean, he said Canada is really becoming more and more like a communist state and he emigrated to America and he's here at cpac. It's the first time and I think that's the spirit here in Dallas. There really got people pumped up.

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Hamlin holds off Busch in OT in wild Coca-Cola 600

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Hamlin holds off Busch in OT in wild Coca-Cola 600

"By the time the checkered flag flew at Charlotte Motor Speedway they'd been through two overtimes and 619 and a half miles and pole sitter Denny Hamlin had found his way back to the front for his first win in the Coca-Cola 600 It's a big one I mean it's one of the three majors we got in our sport and it's one that I hadn't won and to be part of the Koch family for as long as I have and to finally win is awesome Hamlin took the lead at the end of the first overtime when he was able to avoid a multi car wreck that took out the leaders Chase Briscoe brought out the first overtime spinning with tulips to go and regulation while battling for the lead with Kyle Larson Kyle Busch finished second to Hamlin Brett McMillan Concord North

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Kurt Busch takes Jordan Brand to victory lane at Kansas

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Kurt Busch takes Jordan Brand to victory lane at Kansas

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Ross Chastain steals victory at Talladega Superspeedway

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Ross Chastain steals victory at Talladega Superspeedway

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Bowman edges Larson in OT to win NASCAR race at Las Vegas

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Bowman edges Larson in OT to win NASCAR race at Las Vegas

"The last two over time lapse a side by side do between Hendrick teammates Alex Bowman and Kyle Larson won by Bowman by about two car lengths I was either going to sticker it wasn't so glad that its stock in I think he must got loose outside of me and kind of watch at the race track and we're able to get it there so definitely nerve wracking but that's what we get paid to do those two got to the front for overtime by gambling on two tire stops what a caution came out with two laps to go that caution ended what had been I've nearly twenty lap battle between Gibbs teammates Kyle Busch and Martin Truex junior for Bowman it's his first win at Las Vegas and seventh career win Brett McMillan Las Vegas

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Larson holds off Dillon, Suarez for NASCAR win at Fontana

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

Larson holds off Dillon, Suarez for NASCAR win at Fontana

"Defending NASCAR Cup series champion collars and was back to his winning ways at auto club speedway in California as he powered to the front of the field late in the race and held off numerous challenges for the lead one that even resulted in him causing his teammate chase Elliott hit the outside wall and fall back into the field I had around so I went to peel off and as soon as I peeled off my spotter John outside outside outside and I had no clue he was even coming Larson led a total of four times on the day for twenty eight laps in his win locks him into NASCAR playoffs to defend his title following Larson to the checkered flag in second was Austin Dillon who overcame an early pit road speeding penalty to pick up his best finish since two thousand and twenty rounding out the top three was Erik Jones I'm Jerry Jordan

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Donald Trump, Ivanka and Don Jr. Must Testify in Letitia James' Probe

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:11 min | 6 months ago

Donald Trump, Ivanka and Don Jr. Must Testify in Letitia James' Probe

"The New York attorney general has gotten court authority to depose former president Trump, Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump Jr.. Now the last two will be matter of fact. There's not that it's hell. The accountants withdrew their bank statements. If you think that the Trump kids or the president looked at the bank statements, okay, you can believe that. There's no evidence of that. I'm not sure what the book show, I don't know if they're cooked. I don't know if they borrowed money against fake assets. I don't know any of that stuff. Neither do you. All I know is I could prep Don Junior. I could prep Ivanka to do a deposition. I'm not even good at that, but I could do it. I could be the greatest lawyer in the world. I could be federal judge dick Leon, really one of the better litigators I ever saw work. I could be, I could be dick Hauser, but you'd have to get him off the golf course. And he doesn't do that anymore. Basically, at a restaurant, at home or in a golf course. And I get the best lawyer in the world. I get Stephen Larson in LA. That's the guy I'm calling whenever I get in trouble. And say, you've got to do depo prep with former president Trump.

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Joe Biden: Every Major City Should Follow New York City's Lead

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 6 months ago

Joe Biden: Every Major City Should Follow New York City's Lead

"By the way Joe Biden just spoke without a teleprompter in New York City It's gotten bad folks Joe Biden said that Americans every city should try to be like New York City Dude you can't let the guy speak without a teleprompter Come on They should know this by now If you look at the crime stats in New York City have you looked at how bad it is in New York City right now It's not good It's like off the charts The crime so bad he had to go to New York and meet with the mayor about how bad crime actually is He's like man New York's great You guys should all be doing this In New York New York is just fabulous We share I should strive to be more like New York Really New York We want to help every major city unquote follow New York's lead In New York City crime is up 38% Shootings are up 32% Transit crime is up 75% And Graham Larson is up 91% And Joe Biden says we want to help every major city follow New York's lead

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Girlfriend: Daunte Wright was 'just gasping' after shooting

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 8 months ago

Girlfriend: Daunte Wright was 'just gasping' after shooting

"Testimony testimony continues continues at at the the trial trial of of former former Brooklyn Brooklyn center center police police officer officer Kim Kim potter potter jurors jurors heard heard from from Dante Dante right right passenger passenger police police and and first first responders responders as as prosecutors prosecutors built built a a case case that that other other officers officers were were left left in in the the dark dark slowing slowing the the medical medical response response Elena Elena Albert Albert Peyton Peyton testified testified she'd she'd only only been been dating dating Dante Dante right right for for a a few few weeks weeks when when she she witnessed witnessed his his shooting shooting she she was was badly badly injured injured in in the the subsequent subsequent car car crash crash the the service service test test call call has has if if you you Brooklyn Brooklyn center center officer officer Allen Allen sell sell those those that that told told prosecutor prosecutor Joshua Joshua Larson Larson he he saw saw rice rice vehicle vehicle drive drive away away and and crashed crashed into into another another car car I I took took my my hand hand and and I'm I'm pointed pointed out out the the vehicle vehicle over over eight eight and and a a half half minutes minutes passed passed between between the the time time of of the the crash crash and and when when right right was was pulled pulled from from the the vehicle vehicle did did you you have have any any information information on on this this and and offers offers officer officer involved involved shooting shooting no no Sir Sir in in cross cross examination examination defense defense attorney attorney Earl Earl gray gray asked asked questions questions about about the the tinted tinted windows windows the the accelerating accelerating vehicle vehicle and and the the efforts efforts of of officers officers to to save save right right thirty thirty five five correct correct yes yes Sir Sir I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Larson wraps up comeback season with 1st NASCAR title

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Larson wraps up comeback season with 1st NASCAR title

"Kyle Larson went into the NASCAR season finale at Phoenix Raceway with nine wins on the season and knowing if he was going to be champion he'd likely have to do it one more time he did crediting his pit crew for giving him the second passed a stop of the year Larson left pit road in first place with twenty three laps to go my pit crew I've got all the belief in the world of them do they proved all season long that they were consistent and consistently fast so we have such a great team and their their massive part of it and they were the you know the reason why we we won tonight he held off a hard charging a race in the championship runner up Martin Truex junior who made several attempts to pass but couldn't pull them off for Larson he joins Tony Stewart and becoming only the second driver to win five races in the NASCAR playoffs Jerry Jordan Avondale Arizona

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Bowman wins as tension builds ahead of NASCAR title race

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 10 months ago

Bowman wins as tension builds ahead of NASCAR title race

"Alex Bowman celebrated in Martinsville's victory lane while three others advance to the championship for having a shot at the title in Phoenix Denny Hamlin Martin Truex junior and chase Elliott joined Kyle Larson who locked himself in two weeks ago Bowman's win with his fourth of the season and his first at Martinsville in twelve tries which we're going to Phoenix obviously with a chance to win a championship and has been painful to kind of go through the playoffs where they've banned but it's awesome at least you know start to end the year on a on a strong note the final four features two drivers each from Hendrick motor sports and Joe Gibbs racing Stever **** Martinsville Virginia

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Kyle Larson wins on 17th anniversary of Hendrick plane crash

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Kyle Larson wins on 17th anniversary of Hendrick plane crash

"Kyle Larson won his third straight NASCAR Cup series race in a four hundred mile test at Kansas Larson captured his ninth race of the season and with two races left on the schedule has a chance to become the first with double digit victories on the Cup circuit since Jimmy Johnson in two thousand seven Larson led a total of one hundred thirty laps on the day and this season has led the most laps in a season since the Cup schedule expanded twenty years ago Greg Echlin Kansas city Kansas

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Larson wins at Texas for 1st spot in NASCAR's championship 4

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 10 months ago

Larson wins at Texas for 1st spot in NASCAR's championship 4

"The years windows driver left nothing to chance by clinching a spot in the championship finals with a dominant performance in Texas Kyle Larson led two hundred and fifty for the three hundred and thirty four laps it wouldn't his eighth race of the year the wind didn't come as easily though was the lap count appears as he had to survive three restarts in the final sixty laps to get the win Larson also won the all star race at Texas earlier this year William Byron finished second Christopher bell was third Brett McMillan fort worth

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Larson wins Charlotte as Elliott and Harvick continue feud

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 11 months ago

Larson wins Charlotte as Elliott and Harvick continue feud

"This is the kind of day championships are made up Kyle Larson's team change dot two batteries and replaced an alternator belt during the race and he still was able to pick up his seventh win of the year I didn't expect to win this we had a good greens like cycle and and you know jump a lot of people there how to get restart lined up towards the front Larson took the lead on a restart with eight laps left and held off Tyler Reddick for his first win on the wrongful it also gives them a sweep of the Charlotte races this season there was also some pay back drama Kevin Harvick put the chase Elliott to deliver on a promise from a month ago at Bristol Brett McMillan Concord North Carolina

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Hamlin holds off Elliott, takes first NASCAR win in Vegas

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

Hamlin holds off Elliott, takes first NASCAR win in Vegas

"If you're going to take a gamble Las Vegas is the perfect place to do it but you should understand as Kyle Larson found out the gambles don't all pay out his fuel mileage gamble backfired and then handed him his first win at Las Vegas motor speedway we've just done a great job working on this racetrack in getting a lot better for me over the course of my career after fourteen years of not really being not that good here so Chris and the team the whole facts terror teams has been a great great great ride with them and obviously just had another trip for the character of the case and I will get to go and worry about the next round Hammond ended up leading ninety eight of the last one hundred and fifteen laps and held off a late charge by chase Elliott for his forty sixth career win Brett McMillan Las Vegas

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Larson Wins at Bristol While Harvick and Elliott Feud

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 11 months ago

Larson Wins at Bristol While Harvick and Elliott Feud

"The night race at Bristol delivered again a pass for the lead with three laps to go once a visible contact after the race was throwing of equipment Kyle Larson chase down and pass Kevin Harvick with three laps to go and held him off for his sixth win of the year and first at Bristol the Larson may have had some help holding off Harvick thanks to his teammate chase Elliott and that led to Harvick's post race confrontation with Elliott which led to a pushing match and Harvick throwing his gloves and Elliott they had to be separated redneck Millen Bristol Tennessee

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NASCAR Playoff Pulse: Analyzing the Field After Richmond

Garage Pass National Show

01:16 min | 1 year ago

NASCAR Playoff Pulse: Analyzing the Field After Richmond

"Opening up the nascar cup series season with three wins in the opening. Twelve races martin. True ex junior went through a long dry spell when the weather warmed up. Well he's got his mojo back again. Winning the playoff race at richmond ending his summer slump a lot of tough lock and auto crashes and got caught in the rain a few times and some crazy things happen too so i felt like we brought goodspeed all summer. We had good cars for the most part other concrete tracks. Really kinda whipped us. But you never know how things are gonna go to x. Now joins teammate denny. Hamlin is around one winner. Who's locked up a spot in round two. Also clinching on points. Kyle larson trying to be one of the other nine drivers who are going to move on chase. Elliott is currently ranked seventh and fortunate to finish fourth at richmond following a problem pitstop when the reigning champ thought he had slid through his pit box so i just kind of took it upon myself to back up. Tj already hit the right side. Jack and at that point. I should know not to but obviously i wouldn't have broke the jack if i knew it was going to break the jack so i just didn't want to stop over the line. I thought that was just gonna make problems even worse so try to be cautious. Ended up hurting us. Worse after problems. At both darlington and richmond. Alex bowman is currently tied on the cutoff line. With kurt

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Denny Hamlin Wins Southern 500 to Open NASCAR Cup Playoffs

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Denny Hamlin Wins Southern 500 to Open NASCAR Cup Playoffs

"The first of ten NASCAR playoff races saw Danny Hamlin hold off a hard charging Kyle Larson to grab the checkered flag at Darlington Raceway one of these playoffs together was no room for error and you now to fund your ticket to the next round we get to go out there and focus on getting to the second round which I think is probably the most dangerous Larson made a valiant effort on the final lap bumping Hamlin's rear bumper and then as if he was playing a video game banged his car off the wall trying to make the pass seven of the sixteen playoff drivers had issues including Kyle Busch and chase Elliott who suffered wrecked race cars Ross Chastain finished third followed by Martin Truex junior and Kevin Harvick Steve Richards Darlington South Carolina

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"  larson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

03:28 min | 1 year ago

" larson" Discussed on WDRC

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"  larson" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

What Difference Does It Make

05:14 min | 1 year ago

" larson" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

"Was also a singer. Billy did you ever see his photography. I think it was like large women. I think was what i bought the book. He was so cool. I mean he's kind of a role model for me For a bunch of reasons one of them is that if he wanted to do something and it was going to ruffle feathers or break boundaries and paradigm. He just went ahead and did it. That book got him in huge trouble. As as you may remember if you were into it at the time because he was photographing women in settings clothings that are traditionally reserved for man within the traditional jewish religion and he got in huge trouble with that a couple of philanthropic organizations kicked him out or at least you know stopped having him sponsor them and still are stuff like that and he just went ahead and did it anyway. Because it's it's the art that he wanted to make. I also love how he several times. He was able to reinvent himself from scratch. And i told him that when i was talking to him and i remember he said well well i have to. I find it's it's just necessary in life you have to. You can't avoid it. You have to reinvent yourself at least three or four times. it's there's no avoid. That was really good wisdom to receive from someone that i really benefited from hearing. Someone say that yes. It sounds a lot like you how to reinvent myself. Yeah that i wanted to. That's for sure so when you do go on a tour. Is this like you do a package to you. Know like is it all like eighties and nineties bands. Get together or is it. How does information society to were. We've done a lot of shows a lot of a lot of other eighties axe recently With a bunch of times and the book of love think was it may not work for minimum. Pats remember we did a few shows with the cutting crew and wang chung but only parts of each of them and they were playing together and they they were trying to come up with. What would be the name for this combination of wang chung in the cutting crew and of course the one i want them to use was the wang cutting. But you know as funny as that sounds. They didn't go for it and I remember they eventually settled on but we did a few shows with them a lot of other bands like that but when we go to brazil it's pretty much just us. Yeah okay. Wow yeah like these package tours. Sometimes you you get like three or four songs to play at that usually how it work. That's more like a track show We don't do so many of those anymore. There've been a few free style reunion events in york city over the last ten years or so Where it's more like that. We do one or three songs but for the most part where either doing full concerts when it's just us or when we do the the package things it's between six and ten you were on tommy boy. Which did you feel like you fit in or no. We didn't That was the whole story quest. Is that why you don't fit in. How cool that's it. You didn't want to be like oh queen latifah digital underground. I mean it didn't matter whether we wanted to be. There was no way we would have known how to sit in with that crowd. Was there a bidding war it all back in the day like or was it. Tommy boy wanted to sign. You know we got one offer and we're gonna them. Yeah yeah and then we got lucky. That tommy boy Happened to become acquired warner brothers so we ended up being a warner brothers. Act because timing with time realized that especially was was going to be danced singles and that pop music album. That wasn't really contained within the freestyle. Genre was not something they knew how to handle so they kept the part of the businesses involved putting out the singles and they gave the album promotion to warner brothers and put it on their reprise label q. Screeches current larson harland we. I was using my middle name for a long long long time as my last name got married. My wife and i both changed to larson's i changed back. And she changed larsen so we just wanted to injure names together so we should call you. Kurt larson that. Guess if you want to don't call you late for dinner. Yeah no common. Kurt valentine i dropped that okay came up with an highschool on really embarrassed r. Tolkien thing i'm gonna go bye. Thank you so much. Take care okay. So we got a little bit about The music industry a little bit about the video game industry. We heard all about it. From kurt larson a little bit about leonard. Nimoy demori as well. Who doesn't want to hear good leonard moisture but thanks to railroad in rabi publicity for hooking us up. Begged occurred larson from information society. The album is called odd fellows and it is out. Of course please check us out on social media and subscribe to our youtube channel. You can find some stuff on there that you may not here in the podcast. So on youtube we are. What difference does it make. Podcast and just subscribe any joy. I will do just that. What difference does it make is a proud member of the pantheon. Podcast family tilburg fibers days. Business all over now..

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"  larson" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

What Difference Does It Make

03:56 min | 1 year ago

" larson" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

"Like piecemeal took my He started in two thousand fifteen in started like once in a while. Get the guys together and record something or send it back and forth. How did this album come together. Well we've been using the same method to make songs now since probably the mid to late os which is when paul feels like it and has an inspiration or has any spare time. He'll record tracks at his studio. He'll get them up to sort of a pre-production state and then he'll send it to me and either he does or doesn't already have ideas for lyrics melody to the extent that he doesn't i provide that and then i come in and sing the song when we get to a sort of critical mass and they to put out an album. They meaning paul and our manager than we go through the effort of doing it for a while. we tried only releasing singles. Because i'm way more into the sort of modern internet content than than they are. And i tried to convince the name of the game now is is no longer selling albums to make money. That's dead the name now is to maintain attention to benefit us. The most we need to maintain a sense that we're an ongoing concern. That is still doing stuff regularly. So that people have an incentive to pay attention and that that would behoove us a lot more than putting out an album every three to five years in between which no one would think about us at all so we released a couple of singles on that for five months schedule. But then you know the lure of putting an alabama man me too much and now putting on another happened to find with information society singer. Kurt larson we're gonna take a break and be merry go. She is a grammy nominated. Folksinger and songwriter. And she just read a book which is part memoir and part how to write a song. It's called saved by a song. The art and healing power of songwriting pleasurable. Read because we kind of learned about her life through her songs a love her most popular songs and even some songs that inspired her and she tied it into her life. She kind of walked us through the songwriting process. And what is needed to create a memorable song if the great lesson but also she has such an interesting story herself initially a restaurant tour and later in life. She made a left turn and became a songwriter paved by a song. The art and healing power of songwriting is available at your local bookstores. Yes we loved the indie bookstores. but we also love. I love audiobooks. So if you go to audible it's available there. It is highly recommended. That's mary go as save by song the art and healing power of songwriting and minds crash. Get it now all right so holly we just had some fun playing a new online game. We played this game nine truths. It's a game where you anonymously answer. True and false questions you can do it on your phone or your laptop. Setup is super easy takes less than a minute and then you guess how many of your group answer true and you score points based on how well you know your friends. It was fun to hear some of the stories. Like i had no idea that you could burp. On-command yeah well. Congratulations now there. You do know that like the game says there are nine questions. You're playing games and like. How long is this game. This is not monopoly. This nine questions true or false questions. Depending on the group you can pick different topics. I picked dinner party. There's nine truths for schools. Age appropriate for kids and teachers are family. We do these online games. I never heard of nine troops before but now that we've played it. I'm going to suggest that we go to nine truce game. Dot com backslash. W d d. I am and give it a go is for. What difference does it make log onto ninety s game. Dot com backslash wd..

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"  larson" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

02:37 min | 1 year ago

" larson" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"Beginning of the episode and as a refresher here are the truth and one lakh number one. Harriet tubman is first trip. Back south was to rescue her brother's number two. Harriet tubman was not known as moses to the slave catchers like we see in the movie number three. After harriet escaped her husband john remarried a woman named caroline. Did you find out which one is ally. let's count it backwards and start with number three. After harriet escaped her husband john remarried a woman named caroline. That is true. As we learned from dr larson heriot escaped in the fall of eighteen. Forty nine and she was devastated. When she returned a couple years later and found out that john had moved on and married a woman named caroline. That brings us to number two. Harriet tubman was not known as moses to the slave catchers like we see in the movie that is also true and by that being true. Of course what i mean is that harriet tubman was not known as moses to the slave catchers. In fact as dr larson pointed out slave catchers didn't even have any idea who she was at that means number three is the lie. Harriet tubman is first trip. Back south was to rescue her brothers. The movie had to change the time line around a little bit. But dr larson clarified the timeline. For us harry escaped in the fall of eighteen forty nine and her first rescue was in eighteen fifty. She didn't rescue her brothers until a few years later in eighteen fifty. Four that just about wraps up our time together today before we go. The last thing i like to do. Each episode is to share. How much time and effort into creating this episode. My hope in sharing this information is to go beyond just my podcast. But hopefully you'll start to appreciate all the podcasts that you listen to for free just a little bit more. Of course i only have these stats for my own show. So with that said today's episode took a total of forty one hours to create as i always do. I want to make it clear that only my time for this one episode in other words. That forty-one hours does not include my guest time researching the subject matter. We talked about. It also does not include the time it takes for me to do. Podcasts related things. That are not a part of this one episode. For example the time it takes to maintain the based on a true story website Social media email newsletter. And all those other little things outside creating a single podcast episode that are still required to make a show overall all those things take time to set up and maintain and cost money in that goes beyond the things that are associated with this one episode. But they are things that are required. Because if i didn't do those things there wouldn't be any episodes of based on a true story at all in a nutshell. This podcast may be free to listen to but it is not free to create..

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"  larson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:55 min | 1 year ago

" larson" Discussed on WDRC

"This is Lars Larson. Welcome back to the Lars Larson Show. It's a pleasure to be with you. You know, my dentist has reminded me for a couple of decades that You have to take good care of your teeth, and it's not just about your pretty smile. It's about making sure that you don't get things like heart disease, because that's one of the routes that some of that bacteria has to get inside your body. So I was kind of interested when I saw there's a medical study out there about a root for the covert 19 virus to get into your body. And it's because you don't take good care of your teeth. So I thought, Let's talk to the guy behind it. Dr. Sherman Malai, Um joins me now. Who's a dentist TVs written a study and I know it's like most scientific studies. It doesn't sound very penetrate herbal by the average person. The covert 19 pathway, a proposed aural vascular pulmonary root of SARS, cov to infection and the importance of oral health care measures. Doctor Welcome to the program and tell us about this is bad or aural hygiene, bad teeth, brushing one of the ways that people put themselves at greater risk. My Lord. Thanks for having me and I feel like this is such an important topic because it's something that no one even expected would even be possible that happen. So first of all. We think that we get cold it because it comes down our airway down our windpipe. Terrified trachea. You know that's not happening. What we're seeing is actually it's coming into our bloodstream first. Possibly so That's But the medical imaging is showing the CT scans are all showing is actually coming in down into the lungs in the area where the blood vessels are going into the lungs. This means Basically where the blood vessels come. They come from the mouth. So there's now we look at why you couldn't come from the mouth. We have a lot of saliva. That's where stars called the two.

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"  larson" Discussed on ART GAB

ART GAB

03:39 min | 1 year ago

" larson" Discussed on ART GAB

"I am ashton larson. In and special guest is kinda larson. Welcome kennard art gap. I thanks for having me. Kenner larson is an artist. Based in portland oregon with a primary focus on the impermanent holidays facific northwest landscape. Her work explores starkville. Ideas of the landscape in supports against around environmentalism as well as contemporary relationships with the natural world larson grew up in syndrome oregon. She received her. Mfa in paintin at university of wisconsin madison and has shown her work in venues in the united states in using larcenous has signal fire daria sisters oregon in new pacific studios masterton new zealand artists. In residence he is represented by gallery in portland oregon and teaches that pizzas in portland. State university welcome. Hi ashley has its.

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"  larson" Discussed on The Living Room with Joanna Weaver

The Living Room with Joanna Weaver

05:55 min | 1 year ago

" larson" Discussed on The Living Room with Joanna Weaver

"My friend twenty twenty was quite a year wasn't it. It's nothing like any of us plan but in today's episode. My friend susie. Larson reminds us that. It wasn't outside of god's plan he knew all about it. He knows everything we faced and he's been at work in everything that we've gone through and i really believe that today. He wants to give us new perspective to help us. E our current reality through his eyes so that we can live our lives according to his truth not by our feelings and definitely not by our fears. God wants to teach us how to prevail. Oh you guys. It is always my pleasure to have susie larson on the podcast. Suzy.

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"  larson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:50 min | 2 years ago

" larson" Discussed on WDRC

"On the large Larson show, which is, you know, conservative talk radio. What was that You were saying about my voice? It's loud. It's strong, and it's good. And I appreciate your support. Honestly, provocative talk. This is a very big Deal with Lars Larson. Larson. Don't sit yet. You don't like this. Here's yours, Larson. Welcome back. Lars Larson, Joe. It's a pleasure to be with you on this Tuesday night, some big decisions being made by American voters in various states around this country, including the attempted comeback. Jeff Sessions, who's running against Tommy Tuberville in Alabama will talk about that. In just a moment. The tragic death of George Floyd has brought out BLM is true colors. Are they all peaceful as the protesters claim to be, Ah, and as the mainstream media claims or not, travellers coming from other countries are required to quarantine Should states do the same for travelers traveling between states With only four months until the presidential election on the China virus still looming? What changes will America Face this November. By the way, Hillary Clinton says she's concerned that Donald Trump won't quietly accept. The result of one of the election is well. Hillary Clinton has not quietly accepted the result of the 2016 election, and it's been almost four years. Is she being a bit hypocritical there and take a moment to cast a vote in my Twitter poll, you'll find it to places At Lars Larson Show on Twitter, Of course and Lars Larson. Dotcom are great website where everything is free. The streaming the podcast. The author links all of that. The only thing that might cause you bucker to those great challenge coins made by a veterans group in Georgia, Our Twitter poll tonight If the schools cannot reopen this fall, should the resource is instead go to parents. To find.

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"  larson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:41 min | 2 years ago

" larson" Discussed on WDRC

"Larson show when all of this is over will you stop shaking hands all together I'm going to answer that one yes I think that we're going to have to change some social behavior that we engage in and add one gentleman right to me and say Lars it isn't shaking hands you don't get the disease for your hands I wrote back and I said don't be absurd we all know that the most common way to spread any disease is through to be clinical about it the mucous membranes on your body now we've most of us god mode I got a few of them but the most common ones where you get the disease your mouth your nose and your eyes and how does it get your mouth your nose in your eyes because the average person believe it or not you should test this sometime if you want a fun party trick test how many times you cut touch your face unconsciously the folks who actually study that kind of things they had several dozen times an hour twenty to thirty times an hour you touch your face without even realizing you touch your fingers to your cheeks are to your lips are to your nose or to your eyes you rub your eyes and how do you get it I know that when I take the show out on the road and I hope one day to go visit our new friends in Memphis Tennessee and our newest affiliate K. W. A. M. when I go out and I do what we call radio remote where I do the show from some location I'd rather not do it in a studio I'd rather do it at some locations may be in Memphis that when you do that I end up shaking hands routinely with hundreds of people and you understand that unless I just sit there like a an OCD and put hand sanitizer on my hands every time I shake hands invariably I'm gonna shake hands with twenty or thirty people and then if I don't clean my hands if I touch my face then I'm going to get whatever it is I've got my hands on my face and perhaps on my lips and maybe my nose and maybe my eyes as well and that's the most common way for disease to spread especially diseases like influenza so if I go out to a remote and I shake a lot of hands and I'm not absolutely diligent about washing my hands continuously yeah I'm not I'm not that afraid of the seasonal flu I get the shot every year but corona virus well I'm over sixty one I've got type two diabetes reasonably well managed but yeah I can get the disease and I could bring it home to my family as well to people who are immune compromised that's a bad idea as well so when this is all over will you stop shaking hands that's what Dr Anthony Fauci is suggested and of course he's been the go to guy for both the president and for the rest of the country when it comes to infectious disease along with Dr Debra birch and others any case you get into the.

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"  larson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

03:16 min | 2 years ago

" larson" Discussed on WDRC

"Welcome to the first amendment Friday on the Lars Larson show floors put in the driver's seat you talk about what you want to talk about government is the problem is off limits we American call eight six six eight six six your first amendment Friday with Lars Larsen the back of the Lars Larson show its first amendment Friday night favorite night of the week and if you want to jump into the best conversation and talk journalism you can do it right here at eight six six Hey Lars that's eight six six four three nine five two seven seven emails go to talk at Lars Larsen dot com that you might have thought that the race card can only be played under certain circumstances but now there's a race card for the coronavirus Democrats hoping for the twenty twenty presidential nomination seem to be competing over who could look more awful but later on this hour I'll talk to a man that says if they win big of the year in the election this November we could lose America as we know it and I don't think that's an exaggeration the Los Angeles county sheriff has bragged about letting illegal aliens out of custody fact he did it again just this week and we will talk about that as well all talk with an ice official about the consequences coming up in a moment I would like to see a cast a vote in our Twitter poll doesn't cost anything we just put it out because I like writing a question out of the news of the day our Twitter poll tonight should major American cities set up safe spaces so called to illegally use illegal narcotics the idea's been talked about it a whole bunch of big cities in America Seattle Washington is one of them north of me but Philadelphia is the one that finally got a federal judge to sign off on the idea and in case you're wondering I think it's a terrible idea I mean I almost think it's a contradiction in terms when you say should we set up a place where people can take an illegal substance heroin and do something illegal with it injected in your arms and we will call it a safe injection site even though everything about shooting heroin is inherently unsafe including the source of the heroin because while fast Eddie Rendell the former governor of Pennsylvania is behind part this proposal in Philadelphia and while a federal judge has signed off on its legality they're not going to produce supplied the drugs they will supply clean needles which is like saying so you can buy a product that was made somewhere else in the world could have been Afghanistan could've been Mexico you will melted down in a spoon you know add some water and make it into a substance that can be injected you'll then filtered through a cotton ball and then you're going to stick it in your arm and injected stuff into you but because you're using a clean needle it has to be safe no yeah sure that makes plenty of sense let me think about that for just a moment our Twitter poll should major American cities set up safe spaces to illegally using illegal narcotics absolutely positively not but.

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"  larson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:12 min | 2 years ago

" larson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The crises your and we've details several in the first half hour here on the mark Larson show in seven sixty talking breaking news by the way we're on Twitter at mark Larson radio in the arcade L. A. R. S. O. N. radio on Twitter on Facebook that mark Larson media and I personally select various jams for both channels that are very they have any of their channels if you will platforms that our children especially for you a little different in each one yeah I have your Instagram of mark Larson radio as well you're gonna find occasionally what I'm eating because he is that's what you do that's the extent of the social media about at the moment it multiple platform land at any rate all these crises happening and yeah we're told by some I like because you're Cortez and Greta doing Berg and you know that the other with the world's just going to implode under the climate change or not change the cooling the error warming there whatever in twelve years except for the cold air show not there's Jane Fonda again he got ahead of Jane Fonda mean did not endorsing her politics but you know she just keeps on going to she's there's no sign of where she is on the time line of life of she is formidable she is if he's wrong a lot issues but but then she's she's a Dynamo lawgiver then but now they I've heard this now from her and a couple of others that is not twelve years now it's ten years it's if we don't fix the climate by saying just the right treaty with a whole bunch of pinhead's it potentates important dates these leaders of the nation's largest sign something will magically fix it I was about moving money around of course if we don't do that we only have ten years left listen to this yeah subject near and dear to your heart and it should be near and dear to all of our hearts and sure who started these fire drill Fridays about climate change tell me what your objective is here well humankind is facing the greatest crisis that we've ever faced and there were all these young students that were sacrificing a lot working so hard okay hi I'm interested in okay and was full of joy by he's got a lot of time now with these young students and they're scared and and there and a lot of young people are even suffering from they're calling it extinction illness and I just felt I wasn't doing enough in the slightest were saying we have ten years and before it's going to go so far over the cliff that there's no turning back we'll just the environment and climate will unravel and there's nothing we can do and so I said okay I'm going to I'm famous I have a platform I'm going to move to DC I'm gonna put my body on the line and I'm going to do these things and in the process I'm going to learn a lot too when the young people have been with me all the way and it's incredible it's.

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"  larson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:31 min | 3 years ago

" larson" Discussed on WDRC

"Larson dot com. Today's privacy policies. Do not tell consumers the whole story. I'll tell you about a company that's a prime example of that coming up next. And I'm not sure whether he'll object to what they've been doing or not I myself am unlike on most other subjects I'm a bit Vivian about whether or not I like it or don't like it the controversial overturning of the Kentucky Derby race result caused quite a fi fuss in the racing world this last weekend. He agree with the outcome or day. Yes pun intended. Here's a conspiracy theory for you. When Donald Trump sees North Korea's cargo ship was it a standard patrol was the. US trying to send a message to Kim. The better get with the program or are talks are gonna stop. I'll talk to an expert about that later on a man who served in the military and knows his stuff and take a moment to cast vote. My Twitter poll at LARs Larson dot com at LARs Larson show, you find a brand new question on those two places are Twitter poll at LARs Larson show should the United States provide health care to illegal aliens said no to that with the caveat that if you encounter in some American city, a person has just been in a car wreck who's been shot is somehow in danger of losing his or her life. We save the person's life, regardless. Now that's been the law in the United States for a good long time. So you save someone's life. But Joe Biden is talking about giving Medicaid.

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"  larson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:12 min | 3 years ago

" larson" Discussed on WDRC

"Larson. Welcome back to LARs Larson show pleasure to be with you on a first amendment Friday night tonight live from the Reagan Presidential library down here to attend attended dinner tonight of the national right to work legal foundation. And I've been getting my share phone calls about unions. Just you all understand. I've had some bad experiences with unions throughout my life. I didn't ask for him. They were forced on me. I'd get a job at show up. They'd say you're going to be joining the union, and I'd say what if I don't want to what if I want to make a choice about whether or not I joined the union, and they say, no, you don't have that choice. You have to join or you will be fired. And that is the rule in twenty three states twenty-seven states have right to work where if you go to work in a union shop, and you say I'd like to join the union or I don't want to join the union twenty-seven states. The majority of American states represent actually reflect your right to make that choice and the case of. Made while I'm not thrilled. With unions. The case I've always made for the unions being forced to work for your membership. Is that if you're in a state where they say you have to join you don't have any choice that union does not have to work very hard for you at all on the other hand, if the union has to work for you to join because you're in a right to work state, and it's up to you to decide whether you want to or not then they're gonna come to you. And they're going to say, we're going to do all kinds of things for you. Look at all the wonderful things we do for you. In other words, they have to sell you on the idea the same way any other group, and I use the NRA because it's handy. But there are meme there are groups that I'm a member of. And if I find some day that I say, this really isn't doing much for me right now, I'm paying these guys a certain amount of money every year, they send me a lot of advertising, but it really doesn't do something for me. I quit my membership in that group if the group wants to keep me as a member. They have to convince me that what they're doing. For me is worth the dollars that I pay to them that's a healthy relationship. Most of us have those kind of relationships with all kinds of people.

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"  larson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:46 min | 3 years ago

" larson" Discussed on WDRC

"Larson. Welcome back to the LARs Larson show a first amendment Friday. It's my favorite day of the week because we open up the phone lines and anybody who wants to send off concert do that. I've got a few things that I want to sound off on. Of course, we have the most reason development in the last couple of hours, the news that Jesse Smolen who faked to that hate crime turned out not to be a hate crime at all. But simply a guy who wanted a better paycheck and was willing to defame and disparage all the supporters of President Donald Trump to get it done. He got caught. And now he is facing sixteen felony charges. My prediction would be that his lawyers will go to work and try to figure out a way for him to play out on this one. But as far as I'm concerned, I hope Chicago throws the book at him for what he did faking a hate crime making it sound as though two masked men who came up shouting Maga slogans make America, great again slogans. So he identified them as Trump supporters. Had shouted anti black anti gay things at him had thrown bleach on him had put a noose around his neck and head otherwise abused him than it turned out that he had actually hired two of the fellow actors or other people from the staff of the television show is on because he was frustrated by the size of its paycheck. And I want to keep reminding people just see smell at was making one point eight million dollars a year. Let me translate that a hundred and fifty thousand dollars a month. Let's try it. Again, how about forty thousand dollars a week, and he wasn't happy with his paycheck. And he thought if you could only bring some sympathy to himself that he might actually get a bigger paycheck. That's a pretty craven kind of approach to life, isn't it? Anyway, if you want to jump into the conversation and talk journalism, it's right here every night. And all you have to do is dial in eight six six, hey, LARs, that's eight six six four three nine five to seven seven emails. Go to talk. At LARs Larson dot com our Twitter poll, and there's a brand new question. Every night has the democrat party become the anti Jewish party. That is the assessment of the president Donald J Trump who has a Jewish daughter and a Jewish son-in-law, Jared, Kushner, and avant could Trump he says, the Democrats are an anti Jewish party because of the vote that was taken by Democrats in the anti-hate resolution in which they thought to try to address the behavior of Ilhan, Omar. But they didn't want to call out by name even though everybody in the country understands the resolution was all about her. And maybe to some extent a Representative from Michigan who's been saying some similar things..

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"  larson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

03:40 min | 3 years ago

" larson" Discussed on WDRC

"On the LARs Larson show, which is used to serve talk radio is what was it. You were saying about my, wow that strong, and it's good. And I appreciate you support. Honestly, provocative talk of very big deal with. Don't sit yet. This. Here's LARs Larson. Guys. I look out into the crowd. I just wish that the families of gun violence in this city got this much attention because that's who really deserves the amount of attention that we're giving to this particular incident is the Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson speaking about the jussie smollet case which ended with last night's rest and today's indictment of jussie smollet. He has he's now been indicted relatively minor crimes in the great scheme of things disorderly conduct. Although it does carry a felony treatment. Which means that if he's convicted he could in theory spend up to three years in prison. Welcome to the LARs Larson show. Glad to be with you and glad to take your phone calls on this conspiracy theory Thursday night. We've also got a Twitter poll up, and I don't mind at all if you vote in that should just see small ED's faked hate crime send him to jail because you realize there's a very good chance here that if he decides to go the plea deal. This man who faked not only a threatening letter against himself. That was apparently created by him or some of his confederates the two Nigerian brothers that he enlisted in this fake set of crimes, but also he staged the well, he staged the physical attack that he claimed happen jussie smollet on the twenty ninth of January claiming that he he had been attacked that he'd been attacked as he was walking to a sandwich shop during a polar vortex. When it was about ten degrees outside in Chicago. And that he was attacked for all of sixty seconds the time when he wasn't on camera. Although apparently, he had planned that he would be on camera, and that he planned to draw sympathy to himself, and as identified by the Chicago police superintendent, man, whose voice you just heard a moment ago that he had planned to draw sympathy for himself because he didn't think he was making enough money. Well, we've looked up his net worth it said that he is at least a millionaire. He is thirty six years old. He's an actor on a popular television show and by all accounts, somebody in that position. Who is gay who is black? Who is good looking who is telegenic who is well-spoken? You can imagine the kind of career he might have enjoyed in America. I've a feeling that that career is all but over at this point, although these days nothing would surprise me the NFL decided to keep dealing with Colin Kaepernick and Nike decided to keep him on as an image to promote their products. So I wouldn't take a bet the jussie smollet will not appear in front of a camera. Again, I think it's going to happen, but he has done serious damage to himself. He's also done serious damage to all of those people who are legitimate victims of crimes that are inspired by their race, religion, national origin, physical disability sexual preference and all the rest. So I'm gonna ask you straight out should Jesse small heads. Faked hate crime, send him to jail. I think he needs to do some time behind bars my answer to that would be yes. And tonight's Twitter poll can be found at LARs Larson show on Twitter. Lars, Larson dot com website, everything there is free except the LARs Larson show challenge. Coincidence made made by and actually benefit a.

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"  larson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

07:36 min | 3 years ago

" larson" Discussed on WDRC

"Larson show. Glad to be with you and glad to take your phone calls and emails I'll get to those a bit later and naysayers always go to the head of the line. But when you take a look at our current congress or even a congress of four or five years ago, I wouldn't exactly call it seller. In fact, the two years before the Democrats took over you'd think I'd have really enjoyed the congress and its performance in the first two years of the trumps of the Trump presidency. No, I don't think they got much done. In fact, I think they worked their darndest to make sure they didn't get anything much done other than that great tax cut. That was good. And and a couple of other smaller things, but the big stuff Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell just couldn't be bothered. So I thought I talked to Clint Brown whose legal policy director at the Pacific legal foundation about what it would take to make our congress more functional, and if they can't be made functional Clint, we find a way to do away with them altogether. Welcome back, by the way. Thanks so much for having me on LARs, that's not a bad idea. So I wrote this up add to point out that this isn't the first shutdown and won't be the last until congress reclaimed their power over the unelected bureaucrats running the show. I I'd agree with you in fact, now they're trying to talk about how to make sure that funding goes on even when congress doesn't appropriate the money that sounds like a complete abdication of their responsibility, doesn't the constitution say that money. Can't be spent not one thin dime. A less the congress appropriates the money, and yet you've got folks from the left side of the aisle out there right now pushing a Bill to say we want to make sure that even when the congress doesn't act all the government agencies. Still get funded all those unelected unanswerable bureaucrats who have lifetime sinecures when federal employment get to keep their agencies funded even when the people's representatives haven't signed off on it. That ought to be one of those outrageous. Ideas anybody's ever heard of. I think it's pretty outrageous that takes away any incentive to negotiate on funding. And you know, the funding is only half of the problem. Congress is supposed to go through two steps before they do anything. So when congress wants to start a new program they're supposed to I half an authorizing Bill legal authority for that program. And then they fund separate piece of legislation an appropriations Bill, and that's what the shutdown. It's been about. The periodically. There's supposed to read you both. They're supposed to go back and reauthorize give legal authority for that program and redo the funding. So every year they try to redo the funding, but they have failed to redo the authority for programs Congressional Budget Office Congress's account found that there are four four hundred and ten. Expired authorizations the congress has continued to fund without even taking a second. Look is that constitutional. You know, I think it is constitutional that that could certainly be debated. I I mean, I guess I'm just asking, you know, Clinton, I'm not a lawyer. But if you say authorization of the program itself is required. So just so we know what to think for my audience, and for me to give me an example of one of the ah programs that has not been given the who's authorization has expired, but who's funding has continued. Is there one that comes to mind? Sure, the first one that comes to mind is the Federal Election Commission super important agency. You know, we we want our elections be honest. That's the bedrock of our Republic. Agreed. Haven't been reauthorized since nineteen eighty one has not said is there anything we need to do update. The FCC. Is there anything we need to need to do to reevaluate? It are there their waste at the FCC. They haven't taken even second Glenn since nineteen Eighty-one. It's outrageous. I wonder you know, I've got a thought it seems almost every political campaign ends up paying some FCC fines for one transgression or another. Some are serious. Some are not. But can you imagine if somebody had ever been fined by the FCC and took it to court on the theory that the agency doesn't have any any reason to exist? It has no authority to exist and contest the fine. Maybe even go out and deliberately in current FC FCC find failed to file the paperwork on a fifty dollars donation. And when they find you. You know, some minor amount of money say all right? We're going to go to court, and the court is gonna decide if the FCC even exists if it hasn't been reauthorized and tested that way it that's what it would take to get standing. I would think and and you could actually test it, and frankly, I wish they'd pass bills for programs that have a sunset in them saying, you know, after five or ten or fifteen years, whatever you decide to the appropriate time this agency goes out of existence unless you get a majority in both houses and the president's signature to sign off on it and take it around the other way say you are going to go out of existence unless we decide you need to stay in existence. What do you think of that? Bars. You know, that's actually a great idea. And what's funny is that's what they did these programs have a sunset provision, and yet congress continues to allow them to exist. They have that kind of sunset Parisian, and I guess the legal theory on it is that it congress gives money to congress must approve of that they must be saying. Okay. Now, you have the authority, but they're skipping half the process, they're not actually looking behind the curtain dang. Okay. What are you guys doing? You deserve this money. Are you are you wasteful? They're not examining this at all. That puts a lot of pressure on the federal budget. Actually, I wanted to tell your listeners that puts three hundred eighteen billion dollars worth of pressure on the federal budget because that's how much money they're spending that they haven't even taken a second look at these four hundred and ten programs cost three hundred eighteen billion with a B dollars. Okay. And and if I treat that the way everything else in DC is treated and extended over ten. Ten years that means we could save three trillion dollars. But just having all those agencies snap out of existence and say, you don't exist anymore. We're not giving any money because you're not authorized to exist. So therefore, and then if we decide there's one or two of them that we actually wanted to save 'cause they serve some some decent purpose. We say we're going to say that one and that one over there, and you actually force congress, frankly, if the congress has a constitutionally assigned responsibility, not just a thorny, but responsibility for oversight, and they failed to do oversight on these than the congress is in violation of the constitution. Are they not? Congress. They they love to violate account. They they don't take it into account any day of the week. I want you to see do you think, you know, a lawyer who would be willing to bring a case I've got because I'm willing to bet even if we don't have a current violator of the FCC and once you've tested it on them. Just see if the court will extend it to every other agency or or do we have to test them one by one? You know, speaking of lawyers the Pacific legal foundation where we're a law firm. I recently joined the Pacific condition, actually, I've been in congress as a senior advisor to senators for the last five years, and then I heard that. Pacific legal foundation was interested in shedding light on this issue until I immediately jumped on I mean, neither smart lawyers. They have a ton of wins in the core. Promoting liberty at the supreme court,.

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