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"lincolnian" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

Don't Worry About The Government

03:49 min | 8 months ago

"lincolnian" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

"Neither is Amy Conybeare and It's a huge stark contrast between John Roberts. WHO's a pretty smart Guy Sam. Alito who's an evil genius? Neal. Gorsuch who's actually a really really smart guy this by saying these people are smart people. It's not I agree with them. But like these are smart people with credible resumes who are like legitimate jurists you have to agree with everything they say I don't. But they have a level of credibility that Brett Cavanaugh an Emmy Coney Barrett simply do not. Break Cavanaugh was a guy. who was a partisan hack amy conybeare it got. A. Padded Stat of three years on a bench starting during the trump term just so they could warmer up enough to try to make this not look completely illegitimate which does. Have hasn't ever tried a case thing is incredible to me. She's got nothing. Jurist, she's a lightweight she. She's an absolute lightweight and I'm saying that compared to her peers on the court in her own party. Like Brett Cavanaugh and amy conybeare combined are not the person in terms of qualifications as Neal gorsuch. It's just it's a vast disparity. That's the other reason why I favor reducing the court down to seven. Expanding the court doesn't solve the fact or doesn't solve the problem that Brad Kavanagh in Amy Conybeare have no business being on this court neal gorsuch like his arrival was illegitimate but like he's actually a supreme court level human being. Brett cavenaugh and amy conybeare or not. Oh, man I still get. So nausea to thinking about cavenaugh. he's a, he's a bad guy. Is there anything else we should hit here before bouts anything else on your mind anything else? So many things on my mind like, why do you? Why do you have a have a whole rally in Nebraska in the middle of fields where people have walked three miles to their car and? Why is Why is Texas not requiring masks of the pulling places and then they are but they're not but they are but they're not, why is I don't know. What is happening to Martinsburg. Where he just and Jack from twitter like they just look completely crazy people in their. Interviews today with Congress. I. Don't know there's lots of things on my mind that's going to do it for this episode of don't worry about the government. My name is Christopher Brennan. You can find me at C. H. R. I s. n. v. e. m. v. are. The shows twitter account is at Dwa TGI homepage. Don't worry. Dot. TV on I tunes on Stitcher on spotify Lizzy Juke working people find you. You can find what is left of my mental state at L. I. N. D. S. A. Y. Underscores Zero, zero, seven on twitter. that's Lindsey underscored double o seven because I'm a secret agent apparently. Just, trying to get through. The. Times. Yeah. Yes that's me. Don't worry about the government is a listener supported podcasts. That means you a buck show is all we ask Kate for a buck show guess what you get you get all the background music to don't worry about the government you get bonus episodes. But now we're as star releasing these zoom call. So if you WANNA watch this show on video, there is a way to do that and that is by no longer. Being a free cider and actually supporting the show.

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"lincolnian" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

Don't Worry About The Government

07:51 min | 8 months ago

"lincolnian" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

"You need to have that diffused across a enough people so like it does actually require a group lift but I also worry that if you had the group get too big, then essentially the Republicans are GonNa, come in there and go like. Football, now, we need to have our football team and they're gonNA have their football team play football. That's kind of what I'm wondering about in terms of term limits I support term limits in theory, and then I always panic when I start seeing. The ramifications of some of them because then you are able to predict when that that justice is going to be forced to retire so. Does that not politicize that seat even more. Because if I know that in twenty, twenty four. You. Know Justice Roberts is forced to step down. Her Ray for me now but it once again puts it back I mean it. You should have end up with that problem regardless right like we're we're stuck in that problem these seats or political anyways. Yeah. There's always just a mystery that we trump has gotten three by the sheer. Mitch McConnell. there's nothing to say that he should have and just the fact that you know. We lost our BG and an Justice Kennedy decided to retire. Whatever that was about. So we can only speculate we can only speculate there. You don't want father's love their sons though that's a real trend of this election. Yeah. Fathers and sons the sins of the fathers is really the theme here isn't Sohn's. Okay. So you've told me how to remove them. What was your second point after how how you remove a justice was so you just pass a law. I mean you know know what was your second point besides expanding the court like how to expand the court you? Oh so then you'd move the confirmation process to the House of Representatives. So the representatives. What is in the constitution that stops that from happening now? Is there any warning? Me Thou actually I think it just says Congress oppose I don't even necessarily know how is it in the hands of the Senate right now Let me check I. Want said that's the judiciary. Article Three section one I can read this for the class here if everyone one, please do yeah three section one. Constitutional Law. The Judicial Power of the United States shall be vested in one Supreme Court Indian such inferior courts as the Congress may from time to time, Ordain and establish. So this opens it up to Congress. So literally could be the Senate or it could be the representatives strictures constitutional interpretation. So then then it would go back to the judiciary act of seventeen eighty nine where it was established that that'd be done by the Senate but like also remember that back in those days, the Senate was appointed everyone in the Senate was not voted on directly that they were all done by appointment so I if we want to say that people have a voice in this. The only way for the people to have that voice is for this to be in the House of Representatives or for it to your respect the popular vote, and then then the minority like if you wanted to go that route but. So anyway. So if there's reading article three section one, hi I'll read it with a little more fire, the judicial power of the United. States. She'll be bested in one Supreme Court and in such inferior courts as the Congress may from time to Time Ordain and establish the judges. Both of the supreme and inferior courts show hold their offices during good behavior and shall, at stated times receive for their services. A compensation would shall not be diminished during their continuance of office. That's it. That's the whole ballgame. And you say that the. The judiciary act of seventeen eighty nine mentions the senate. Yes, especially. Yeah and then since then Congress has been defining how many justices, how many circuit courts all the contours of the court system are determined by Congress? So you're talking about changing. I'm talking about changing. Yeah. Yeah. In terms of constitutionality of someone, told you any of this stuff unconstitutional it that's just simply bunk. Honestly I probably You could probably. Leave it up to Congress if both houses. Had to approve the person I honestly wouldn't mind that at all. I might make things more difficult but. At least you'd have. You'd literally have Congress I would be fine with that. No. Okay. Here's the thing I. Don't have a problem with it being hard to. Get a justice under the supreme, court. Of all the things that were bad about Merrick Garland. The fact that there are such roablocks obstruct someone in theory that conceptual theory for making onto the Supreme Court I actually don't have a problem with that. The the issue with Maher, Garland is. Why the Republicans are doing that and to what end they were doing that. Yeah, and if you think about it. There is no were a whole country that just loves her checks and balances that's been put into our heads since grade school where it's in the textbook and Highlighted Inc, you know but there is no check on the Senate being. the only people who can approve. This judge. No and you get a breakdown in the process. I mean, even to that point, you kind of goes against what the founders are thinking about with the interplay between the House and the Senate with the Senate being the cooling plate or whatever. Like whereas the house in that, we're where the people in that and I think that does matter when we're talking about the judges so I just wanted toss it out there i. think it's important because like clearly the Republicans have a lot of strategy in the coming years that's going to be driven through the court up to and including what they're trying to do right now with the election on the they're gonNA have a chance at all of winning this election, they're going to be doing it through the court system. I know when that's what scares me. because. I don't know why don't we have good enough nerds on our side when it comes to like. The fine. The fine. Details of the. I'm just saying there's people out there who who manipulate you know Mitch McConnell is very good at manipulating the rules of the Senate. Where's Chuck Schumer's guy to help him figure out what he can be doing as the my the minority ruler to gum up the works or and if he has that person, why isn't he listening to that person? I just never understood sitting back and doing nothing when your opponent does so much. It's creating a black hole. In. It's annoying it's completely asymmetric warfare i. mean you just don't want to do I. Don't know I don't know I'm not a constitutional law scholar surprise surprise here. The difference is, I, see a project that needs to be undertaken and I'm passionate about the project and I actually tried to like lay chain to advance the ball in that project. Bread Kavanagh is not a good jurist..

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"lincolnian" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

Don't Worry About The Government

06:30 min | 8 months ago

"lincolnian" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

"Seven is a good number it's still respects. The way. The balance of the court was about a decade ago, which was a little bit right of center however was seven justices and the ability to replace stuff. The court can change a little bit faster with the times and also now Brett cavenaugh and amy conybeare. Gone. You remove them. I also think other changes here. The confirmation process needs to be moved from the Senate, which is not representative at all and so like when Mitch McConnell and now the Democrats make this really weird argument that we need to let the people have a voice. If that was gonNA, you know mean anything at all one you would listen to the popular vote. So like two thousand sixteen who won the popular vote or you listen to the actual people's House. In Congress, which is the House of Representatives right now, you're listening to the patricians house and the Senate is never going to be representative of the demography of the country. It's only by accident right now it's like sort of close. Or we'll. Be. Pretty close but. This should be done by the House of. Representatives. So think it's another big change. I. Think the court system, another thing that was established and the judiciary act of seventeen, eighty nine is that. The court system can be defined by Congress. who were at the map is the map is doing for a change. It hasn't been changed in a long time and I think we need to add circuit courts and then we also need to end lifetime appointments and reduce it down to one twenty year term. So that is my big fix Emma history lesson and my lecture about. Let, people tell you that this is not constitutional. This is core packing and most importantly fixing the courts does not necessarily require adding more just as you could also remove them. There are lots of ways to I. Don't want to use the phrase skin the cat because I'm a friend of all all felines but there are lots of different ways to get on this horse. Good Job Chris. You have done a great book report and I, I love your summary of mice and men. No You made some really good points. Here's my question. So okay because I didn't do the research that you did and I will not because like I said, I'm just trying to get through. The day. Let alone the next week. For one thing you say remove. Amy Kohn conybeare and Brick Kevin how but does that mean? Who points at them and says those those two in particular we? They're gone we're phasing out the seats based on recent. See I on first off. So is that something where the Congress the Senate in particular would have to convene Congress passed a law and the courts can't protect it. All they can do is interpret constitutionality and article three section one. Word has nothing achieve? Justice. Yeah There is the Republicans. Don't have a great defense here. They'd be looking at subsequent congresses and what I'm making here is an originalist arguments. Cry I. Am now an originalist and that makes me have a certain happen and respectability that I've long commanded but have been denied. Okay. So you are proposing a law. That's what you're saying. Yes. I'm saying I'm sitting here wondering what the mechanism is. It's Just keep just. Ask Bill. So I'm just do I would totally support this bill. I think I on the other side of the spectrum where I think we should have like fifty nine judges. And we should have like a massive supreme court. Let's chop it up. Why do you think more judges would lead to more lucidity and clarity. I think it would move things faster because you can flip those. Those seats, quicker I think people are going to go in and out quicker, which is gonNA keep a like a law of averages kind of thing going on I like circuit court level. I. Don't know that I liked it at the Supreme Court. No, it's not sexy. It's not cool I. Like the avengers squad up there at the top or just the nine, just chilling with their robes on making the decisions but I do like the idea of there being some sort of representative of the population size and so the last time. It got to nine apparently when we were like thirty, two million. I don't know I could be making that fact up. But I think that's the stat that I saw was that we have thirty two million people. When they made it nine justices and if we made it representative of the population size or something like that, like we do the representatives and even the Senate in some ways It would be interesting that. You would have. That Would have a major diversity of opinion, and it would probably still come down to the margins but I don't think that that is a bad thing. If there more opinions I, I don't know. I'm not. I'm not saying it's a great idea I'm saying it's something I would be down for if someone. I think it's an interesting subject of discussion and debate I don't know that there's like a clear right answer. But I'm a big FAN OF A. Judge's thing that's fine with me to. Look I want to get the court de-politicized I want to have a mechanism that ensures that turnover is happening at a more steady rate that's with the time. So that's why you have the twenty year terms but then also the seven judges means you're actually moving the dynamics of the court along and bigger ways every time you turn over judges but you're also voiding another problem that I see which is that national justice is too big for any one person like you would never want to leave all the nations laws interpretations up to John Roberts or really anyone. Even Sonia Sotomayor I, like her I'm bagging soda or but it's it's bigger than any one person and I think in order to have legitimacy that Abroa- spectrum of people think is legitimate.

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"lincolnian" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

Don't Worry About The Government

08:45 min | 8 months ago

"lincolnian" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

"This is broader than just the progressive democratic electorate generally believes the Lincoln project was way way way better at muring that back and the establishment Right. down. MSNBC, and who they were worn a book on their morning programs and other high profile shows was way more comfortable with that I. Mean do think about how much of a fixture Wilson was everything from Rachel? Maddow. Show to morning Joe, he got every single thing on MSNBC. So if you're watching that Democrats watch MSNBC. You're seeing the Lincoln project guys and you Kinda like them. Kind of say stuff. You like that recall Wilson, kind of funny yeah. I mean. I get it. I? It's hard I. think especially if you if you're someone like me who's in Texas, my entire life. So I've been surrounded by Republicans, my entire life and essentially thought I was Republican for a large portion of my life because that's what you are your default. Your default Republican in Texas. You just you kinda missed his calm conversations about like pam these fucking nuts, right. This is this is it's also keyed up and over dramatic and exhausting, and there's conspiracy theory groped thrown in now and people are tired and in lockdown where nothing's making sense and they don't have any money and all these people suck and you're just like you just. Oh man at least there's some people on the other side of that casino that it's bullshit to. You know there's a I hadn't even thought about that. There's a regionality thing here too. So the crooked guys and law that leftist podcast they all come from the coast. Largely, the New York and northeast area but maybe California too. I was born in the northeast but I have lived in the South West and the south for two thirds of my life at this point. There's just a very different speed at which we talk about things and think about things. I mean you know right down to guns pistols like the idea of having a pistol if you were out in rural Texas or you're out in rural Arizona or whatever people just have a gun. It's There's just a different way of thinking about some of the stuff that the conversations are different the word choices or difference. It's Y'all instead of US guys. Right down to simple stuff like that. This is why I've been so persistent in my support of the. Democratic Party investing in Texas specifically. because. I. Think it is not only the largest state that you could use electoral literally but I think that we are purplish enough especially nowadays where. If you invested here and actually made the like reached out to the politics more here. You would get a hell of a lot of independence and weak Republicans to back you because. We just need Some investment were always looked over this giant state and you've written us off because for Texas and you just don't want to. Okay cool. It's Kinda like how they've written off the entire south. If you keep writing off the entire south because of the civil war you're just you're you're. Really. Even further in, you have to start making investments in the places that you can't win because it will be worth it because the next generation. is they're they're literally turning eighteen as we speak and they're not hardcore Republican unless you leave them alone unless you abandon them. At. The only people that I know in that sort of age range range that have any sort of republican leanings. Are really disconnected political. Dudes you know they're in their twenties just want to work on their trucks. They don't have a huge investment in that. You can get people like that if you start. Having these conversations and even those guys you know they're not. Super, they don't hate people they. There's there's like wiggle room with some of these some of these people in terms of the really extreme stuff. I think having a campaign in Texas. Would help Democrats refined and expanded their national messaging you need to start. Let's Fly over states and things like that. Study Ann Richards Study Willie Nelson. There are democratic figures Jim hightower. There are democratic figures in the state that are case studies and you can figure out how message. I think we've. Kinda like the coastal elites thing. I'm thinking you know the south coast. Could be people forget about that to Houston off gotta you gotTa. Entire Gulf coast. We don't want to go down to Houston, but he's Entire Gulf coast you could invest in and I know that this look. I'm not here to say that civil war. Didn't go the way it should. Even, if you think that's what. We want what's happening. No I'm teasing. But you know I think there's still a lot I. See it every day on twitter I saw today of just someone completely spitting on the idea of Texas turning blue this election I'm like it's not about if he wins if Biden Winds Texas, it's about if you can lift up the entire state and get more Democrats in some of these offices by having his name at the top and you supporting him and you get the engagement up, you're GONNA have you might have a blue Texas House and that's to give. Make redistricting. In the next election huge like you're going to get three more districts. maybe we should have the house be blue for that because that'll be important. Yeah. Instead of like being straight lean red if it's a lean red battleground state that actually has down ballot implications, those votes are coming from somewhere. So for example, in my home district here, my representative is calling allred. He is a first term. Democratic congressman so that demographic needle move is enough to get Cohen allred into the House of Representatives displace a Republican. Member of the House and now collins up for reelection again, this time shout out to. Get Him. Yes I'm just GonNa talk about I. Think this is really it's simple to understand here I just want to finish this thought like why did this happen in Texas? So if you go back to the recession in two, thousand, eight, Obama takes office, the country starts to recover but one state is recovering faster than all the rest. Texas and this guy this governor Rick Perry. Kind of people like him that I had a little thing going here. Rick Perry was touting this thing called the Texas miracle and what was the Texas miracle the Texas miracle was that Texas had very low state income tax and very low corporate taxes and it was very attractive to businesses that were downsizing. Presume impre- The work at home era, and they were not trying to get rid of the office places. At this point, they're just trying to find a way to make a cheaper office and so what they're able to do is come out to Texas get a lot more real estate way lower taxes way lower income taxes and slowly but surely from the East Coast and the West Coast income, all these people. From California and New York in Virginia and Florida, and they move into Texas and guess what they don't just magically convert to being Republican when they moved to Texas would they bring in? Is All of their values and their sensibilities and they arrived at Texas? They're like Holy Shit I thought this is going to be like king of the hill, but it's like a thousand times worse. It's nowhere near as fun. We're all going to be like Hey Hill I. Wish. And then they decide that they want to vote and they do and then skip ahead here you arrive at the point where Texas is picking people like Ted Cruz on the Republican side. That's kind of a whole different thing about the Republicans need to drift rightward in primaries. But after picking Ted Cruz Bell rourke almost bumps the guy off in amid responsible for half of the good things that happened in Texas that election because of the down ballot support just having his aim at the top of the ticket had..

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"lincolnian" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"lincolnian" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"You know. This is a children's book. In which the main protagonist uses them pronouns. And I feel like that's a big deal and it's going to be something that will make parents and kids possibly talk about pronouns How intentional was that with? The book was really intentional. So much over the last couple of years I have had before I came out. Non Binary and you know how that conversation publicly. I have been asked about it so much. About what my pronouns whereby kids and adults alike and I talk a lot about over the top. About kind of what? My Dad is experience with me as a kid about gender. And it wasn't welcoming or you know calm and is adults you know. My Dad has come around so much. And he's so support and he's an incredible dad but in the early nineties there was no warm or welcoming place to talk about that and I think I realized that it was so important for people to be able to talk about it because even in terms of being binary which when I look back at myself my entire life there really is. No other category better describes my experience or who? I am as a person as non binary I mean I. Am you know so thoroughly male and female in different aspects and my life and my nature in just in so many ways? But I didn't even know that that was a choice. And you know it feels like it's probably a bit easier to have the conversation about pronouns with the kid when it's coming through a children's book that your parents reading to you at night as opposed to school or in a classroom or in a more formal setting. This seems like the kind of entry point into talking about these things that can feel comfortable for folks. Yeah and in a way. That isn't it's like it's not preachy. It's not scary. It's not like it's just people who are non binary and people who have used day them pronouns have existed for hundreds of years and call places around the world so it just doesn't need to be like a controversial concept or topic and what better way to talk about that then through a rhythmic gymnast obsessed Guinea go besides pronouns. There are some other subtle ways. The book is nodding to non binary identity. We are seeing peanut Dress in a way. That really defies gender. Were seen peanuts parents. Help make their clothes like it's not just the pronouns. The whole book is embracing this. I think yeah. The families really supportive There's really no. I guess when I say like Preachy. It's like it's not. It's really not hitting anyone. It just is it is and it's fun and it's beautiful and the heels of fears to keep survivors the rigors of fierce Guinea pig. You love to see it. It was always like read like Chunky kitten heel when I was like eight. You know it seems like he wrote the kids book that you would've loved to read as a kid. I recall from your memoir. You're a boy who was really into gymnastics really into figure skating. At what point did you say yeah? Let's write this book. It was in the middle of writing over the top okay and I needed like a little bit of Lime Sorbet if you will like. I was just so stressed in just working so much in writing so much I was like I wanted to just do something fun in talking about religion ethics in Lincolnian pigs. Style Fun yes totally. This book is also a lesson for parents in not just for kids peanuts parents in this book as we mentioned earlier. They support their kid. No questions asked. There's not a conversation about them having to come to terms with this. There's not a moment where they have to be lectured. They just support in this idea of just letting your kids be who they are letting your kids be kids and supporting them. It's funny we've been talking to a ton of parents who were having to home school. Their children right now because schools are out because the cove Ed and the biggest thing I've heard from all these parents is. I wanted to have a schedule and the structure of this that and do it this way and do it that way in a few days and we just realized the kids are going to be who they are. Let's just let them be who they are like. This is really a moment. I think right now where all of us parents especially are seeing that by people got to be who they are and like what you resist what you flows and for the resistance that I encountered in in my childhood is what caused so much of my trauma and the way that you come up in the world though resistance that your parents gave you that your educators at your peers. Give you for being who you are. That will stick with you forever. And it's at some point it becomes on you once you become an adult to heal that trauma and for you to sell suit that trauma and for you to kind of go back to your inner child and work through as an adult because no one else is going to do that. Work for you totally. But let's give kids the chance to not have to go through all of that. Let's let's give people love and acceptance and support s and make this world a little bit better of a place idea. Let's raise some peanuts ask. Pino wants to deal. Yes time for another break when we come back we talk more social distancing and ww PD. What would peanut do B. R. B. Support for this podcast comes from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation helping NPR advanced journalistic excellence in the digital age? Pay.

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"lincolnian" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"lincolnian" Discussed on The Filmcast

"But I understand what you're saying. It's it definitely doesn't compare favorably. Right. So area we're used as something to your point. It feels very much like it's I don't wanna say it's a misunderstanding of what horror is clearly these guys know what they're doing. But it's I mean, the other thing too is comparing something like this to anything by Jordan Peele. Is also kind of unfair because Jordan kills brand of horror is entirely different. But there is a need to understand like this has this has been a discourse within the last few months, especially where people are, you know, writing articles, what is elevated horror are we looking at a new generation of elevated for of elevated horror. I somebody had tweeted a little while ago, something that I quote tweeted that also went viral that was saying these four movies saved horror, and it was the witch hereditary us and get out, and it's like a horror never needed to be saved. It's just always been multifaceted and very different and representing a broad spectrum of human, emotion empathy and the human experience, and we don't always see all of it because people right horror off a lot. And I think this film could have been a lot more. But I feel like perhaps somewhere on the back end. Maybe producers got their hands in there. A bit too much in thought no horror supposed to be this do this as opposed to recognizing that you can make. A horrific film and make a horror movie that's horrific that doesn't necessarily, you know, have the girl. Running up the stairs. When she should be going out the front door adhering to those tropes. I see what you're talking about in terms of tropes. No. Yeah. Certainly, by the way, this movie is harder to stomach after her to Terry. Which feels like it did a very similar concept. Like the crux of what hereditary is about in Lincolnian grief that that movie explorers is so it is so extreme it is. So like in a doesn't in a way that honestly kind of shook me to my core because it came out of nowhere. We didn't really expect it that movies a month later trip like grief in pre parents losing a child. It's it's a shame. I think it's even more of a shame that this movie came out because it is kind of the same thing. Hereditary feels more pet cemetery than this movie. Yeah. Actually, I totally agree with you. Yeah. I mean, I haven't seen the original pet cemetery or read the book, but I definitely think that this movie pet cemetery of the new one, and I assume the book, and the film the other film are intended to be like a metaphor about grief. And and I don't think it did a particularly good job lending that metaphor. Unfortunately, like, I I don't buy it. And we can talk a little bit more about why that's the case in spoilers which will start talking about right now. Now, the sheep, Tennessee. It's coming would Jubail fought. Because coach they're not going to see this come. You're not really looking. I have been positive over. How it works? You don't really work it out. Diamond elliott. Won't be. Let's talk about spoilers for pets in Metairie. And I mean, I think so before we get into the spoilers. There's been some controversy online about the fact that apparently they changed which child was killed right in the big deal. Right. So in the new film. It's the daughter that is killed right? And apparently in the originally it was not the daughter..

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"lincolnian" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

11:25 min | 2 years ago

"lincolnian" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Nine FM and AM six thirty Washington's mall, W M A L or Washington comes to talk show. So President Trump basically has been left with very few legal options on the border federal courts ruling over and over and over again that everything that he does apparently illegal. They're all local courts district courts in California ruling that apparently everything is legal all of the rulings conflict with each other. Joining us on the line to discuss what exactly are the legal options that should be on the table is Josh hammer. He's editor at large of the daily wire. He's also the in-house counsel at first liberty institute, Texas based religious liberty legal defense for Josh. Thanks so much for joining the Ben Shapiro show. It's good to be with you back. So Josh, let's start with this. There's a federal judge that just ruled that the president could not actually deport people to Mexico where they would await asylum hearings in the United States. This is just the latest federal judge to go above and beyond what the law actually suggests if you had a chance to take a look at all the various conflicting federal rulings that have come out about immigration in the last couple of years. Yeah. No. I it really is total melts from factors that kind of build one against the other and just make it so much worse. So our modern story begins last may and June. When the Trump administration started, it's not Collins policy at the border, and what happened then was talking about this fluoride bent decree from nineteen Ninety-seven. And it's happening why they nineteen ninety five fifteen year old Salvadoran immigrant named Jenny Florez initiated litigation ACLU and some other left-wing organized down to time in supreme court in nineteen ninety three with ultimate remand mandated back to trial court, and then nineteen ninety seven is consent decree that been talked around the news so much over the past year, or so basically said that if you are an unaccompanied alien minor who seeking asylum at our border, you have to be released within twenty days, and what happened is actually twenty fifteen during the Obama administration. The US court kills ninety Sergei which. Diction there over California, which issued a consent decree basis interpreted floor as to apply to nachos unaccompanied alien minor children, but also to company daily minor children. So basically what the Trump administration if you've been around like Laura as that kind of separate question. And if we assume that they're bound by Florez, then they'll let the Trump administration with essentially two options they could catch and release. They could basically release everyone into being here at the country, which is what the Obama administration is doing and math, and they're standing interior, and as we've seen the news all older place the last two years and ended up committing violent crimes or you have to separate them and the ministrations basically reaction today, December months after the administration, July petition the corporate venture district, California to amend floor, isn't he denied it? But invest for December administration down it's weighed in Mexico Kalsi. And it's basically just said we are not gonna keep you in the US. You have to say. Mexico while we adjudicate your silent gearing and the whole point of policy Ben way to not separate the child is supposed to humanitarian policy is better for the interior of the country as well, obviously, do that humanitarian policy to keep the parent and a child together. So that actually is what yesterday judge Richard Seaborg district John California just overturn. So there's warning to the Trump administration at every turn here from immigration enforcement perspectives. I can only imagine how frustrating it the administration's deal with Jesse. Let's talk for a second about the SoHo binary policy that President Trump apparently is considering apparently they they are trying to promulgate regulation that would allow parents who crossed the border illegally with their children to me. They're opt to keep their children with them or for family separation doesn't that run afoul of Flora's? Meaning even with the parents permission. You're not allowed to keep the kids in custody. Correct. That's correct. It's kind of a another question whether floors even correctly interpreted immigration nationality. Acts by four is what it stands for the night. Then a consent decree is that accompanied million children have to be released within twenty days. So you're correct that is the same level. So with all of this said, I mean, this does raise some serious questions not just about immigration, but also about the nature of these district courts being able to create nationwide injunctions in the first place know, obviously, the Obama administration used to ignore some of these nationwide injunctions on for example, Jacka what exactly should president from doing here? Can you explain for folks the difference between judicial review, which is the idea that that the courts to look at laws in light of the constitution. And what you've from judicial supremacy. Yeah. For sure. So so whether employers binding, it kind of is baked into this question initial review versus visual supremacy. So judicial review, which is what Margaret knife established would every person lives, and you know, the famous class that he may or may not be getting in middle school high school establish issue review. Judicial review means is that an article three federal court budget issues power of which the very first clause of Article V. The constitution speaks allows the court the power to determine whether or not eight statute added apply to the need Michigan to the lawsuit. If constitutionally permissible, so it eventually just allow the courts to adjudicate certificates issue will remedy to specific name party to that case supremacy, which the court really denied adopt until bring obscure tape in nineteen fifty eight called Cooper VR and enter the problem. Admission that the judiciary's prognostications that what the constitution means don't just apply to individual party to the lawsuit. But actually also bind the other two political branches executive branch and congress and the courts not faded until nineteen fifty eight with a pretty naked power grab at the time. I ABRAHAM LINCOLN famously in his first inaugural address spoke vehemently against this. He was speaking against even Douglas debate. Even Douglas took will be called Digital's apprentices today at the binding nature of the morally, abhorrent dread. Stockholding Lincoln said I will try to drag guy himself and no one else. So we pass for Lincolnian principles present in the Trump administration were to take an anti dishes apprentice stand they would be in my opinion, well within the right to say that Flora's consent decree only applies to Jenny Flores who if my dad is now forty nine years old and completely eight operatives according to any of this. So what does that what what options? Does the Trump administration have left? I keep hearing about how the Trump administration is cruel inhumane and terrible in every way, obviously comics on late night are having all sorts of fun with Christian Nielsen there suggesting that she is going to be known for putting kids in cages, even though that was a policy that started really under Barack Obama. And as you mentioned in regards to the non circuit court of appeals ruling with regard to the floor a settlement. So with with all of that said does from actually have any options left here in the absence of congressional action. Probably the easiest solution. Congress can overrule floor any time it wants to separate question as to whether floor is actually even still relevance. Judge Andrew Hannon of the southern district of Texas pretty conservative judge ruled against Nevada administration on top of quite beneficially set an opinion twenty thirteen twenty fourteen around Dan that floor is that she was only intended to last five years. That's the minority opinion. I'm not sure where the Trump administration DOJ comes out on this. I maybe themselves down. So that's not a good option. Congress us leading to get rid of floors is the or or or just taking that into supplying the wind Coney notion, basically saying you're just not going to abide by that. Because of an applied anyone other than Jenny Florida's those are two of the most straightforward solutions by I I wrote the daily wire, Dan, I thought that Trump's fully shut down the US Mexico border actually had seen legitimate benefits. I mean, they're there as potentially economically ruinous. If you apply. Imports of trade. But if you apply just to integration, you allow commerce flow in through reports, you know, millennials we can all get her off the cod does and be happy. But if you apply just immigration, I think there's something to be said for that. Because it's all stems from the total incompetence of next government. They're the ones who are allowing these cartels and trafficking rings and these tower band. March on through unimpeded. So I'm a big proponent of applying leverage on the Mexican been right now, they're allowing these cartels eventually havoc on our border. So that's one good option as well. But congress amending and ideally, eliminate floors would be the most straightforward can leverage. Can we actually apply in the Mexican government? Given the fact that we've had multiple Mexican administrations. None of them have been able to shut down the border willing to shut down the border, a huge number of these administrations have been in bed with the drug cartels. What exactly can the United States do to apply pressure? What would that pressure? Look like. So. Yeah. So it's, you know, contradiction to I just said, I mean, it's possible that you might have to apply economically, and that would be bad for the US. It would be bad for Mexico. But I I don't know perhaps I've done a one eighty I'm a free trade guy, obviously. And I know you are too bad. I mean, I I've always being in college. I know what free trade looks like it's matter of macroeconomic theory. It's a it's a big Crato efficient all parties improved from these mutually beneficial transactions. I, but I guess I'd kinda come around a little bit and term ministration to the wreck of tariffs, then retired toward policy just to co worker. The government to essentially take an action Trump is doing very much with the Chinese government right now, they're in the midst of negoti industry deal, whereas actual properties the marquee issue. So I guess I'm not opposed to lease a credible threat. If from his table issuing with regards to convert auditory, tout tariffs or even shutting down ports of entry trade. I really hope it would not get stuff like that. Actually. Would be economically quite harmful. But another option as well, and our friend Daniel Horowitz is rain about this is USA department needs to label the leading Mexican cartels who are engaged. A lot is trafficking and oftentimes actually in bed with Hezbollah and other transnational terrorist organizations as well. We need to label them SEO's foreign terrorist organization, and that that will allow fault for all sorts of other legal options as far as saying going after the end the transaction. I I'm not even opposed to kind of going back to what at the beginning of the twentieth century with millions of pasta. We're knowing the banana wars kind of like the US Mexico border wars around the one the border. I it kind of makes sense to me that if we're going to be deployed military all over the world, you might as well, you know, potentially potentially deploy them if need be where these murderous transnational cartels are literally within if our border. Josh, thanks so much for joining us. Josh Hamburg's editor at large of the daily wire, you can check out all of his work there. You can also follow him on Twitter at Josh hammer. Go check them out right now. Josh, thanks so much for your time. Thanks, much rain coming up in just a second. We're going to talk about the measles outbreak in New York City, and what to be done about it. I admit it. You think cybercrime is something that happens to other people? You may think no one wants your data or that. Hackers. Can't grab your passwords or credit card. 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"lincolnian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"lincolnian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On Friday. The restaurant had just gotten power back and was preparing to reopen. Rich. Hey, I'm Ari. Pleasure. Rich south goes ninety year old mother Verne was inside sitting in a booth drinking a Cup of tea and looking at the workers buzzing around her we'll build any better. Like, we are now saying, yeah. The carpets. I there's a lot going on here. What's happening right now. Carpet from the smoking. Yes. The rock store has become a kind of community center. It's one of the few buildings still standing around here even on Friday with the place still closed bikers came by for a visit Keanu Reeves passed through for the last month. Emergency workers neighbors have been coming by for coffee. Rich won't let anybody pay. It seemed really tough around thanksgiving time if you will. Sorry. I'm this tough talk about. People obviously lost all their homes and things like that. They sat out earned had thanksgiving dinner. While everybody just brought whatever they had the guy across the street cooked, a huge Turkey and things like that. And and people didn't know where to go or what they were going to do for thanksgiving. But fortunately, we were able to light some battery operated lanterns, and then celebrate thanksgiving after the fire was a gathering place for firefighters to they knew that if they had information they needed to share with the community. People could come by the rock store and spread the word. Brian Knutson is an engineer with a local fire department. He's forty one and says even the oldest guys hadn't seen a fire like this one the fire front was fourteen miles wide and traveling seventy miles an hour. I'm sure you're has spending with memories of what last month has been like, can you describe one moment that you will never forget. It's hard to narrow it down at one moment to be honest with you. I think that everyone sees it on TV. But when you're when you're in it. And it's ten o'clock in the morning, and it's feels like night because the sky's dark surreal moment. You also live in this community that has now experienced a lot of loss. And what's that like layered on top of the extraordinary hours that you've been working in energy that you've been putting out my home aside? It's hard to see the community the way that it is. You know, it's always hard to talk to someone that's lost their house because I personally I always feel let down unlike I wish we could have done more for them. His home has smoked damage, but it's still standing one of the people who lost everything seventy six year old Gary Jones, he's lived on the ridge above the rock store for decades with a fat cigar in his mouth. He gets into a pickup truck that's been blistered by fire all in here. We drive up to see what's left of his place the morning, he tried to evacuate got trapped behind the big metal gate at his property line. The gate was locked. It was on fire. And I couldn't push it forward. Because in the hill there. The gate. So I called my wife and say goodbye and ask pray warming. Lincolnian society card after about ten minutes. He.

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"lincolnian" Discussed on Startup Financial News

Startup Financial News

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"lincolnian" Discussed on Startup Financial News

"Competition to get that funding, which is not the case right now. So the point I'm trying to make is that I've wanted explain to our audience, right? How they can use a skill, the coding skills specifically, why what you doing some portent. To put themselves in an optimal position to be successful when the star bubble bursts. And so here's the way I'm looking at it. Okay. What you demeanor teachings people call. You're helping them see a whole nother aspect of life. You know what you're doing. It's bigger than that. We had a discussion today on what's going to happen, and our audience knows this if they've listened to any of the last three episodes. But our audience knows that will, we've said is that when miss start a puzzle bursts, what's going to happen is these nice cushy startup jobs that are funded by fake VC. Money are gonna disappear. So the jobs that will be available are going to be that much more competitive to get mix that in with the fact that new brought this up tonight at eight high and robotics are going to be taking away a lot of the traditional economy jobs, truck driver back office, work clerking work for seen law startups. Now they're using to get rid of even legal work. So a lot of these jobs that have existed will not exist when this bubble bursts. So people what they're going to need is their jobs, the coding, too. Pro-am those robots as Rohan that and tell me that's not what two clues, right? You're setting them up for success? Absolutely. In the code in ABC's the future and you know, we don't want about it or even understand how or commission economy works, which is going to be left behind by magnitudes, especially, you know, you've got certainly leap in the industry. People in Llamas can work. Second convert. These folks are literally working on plugging in a computer. You're burning Google. The new rule Lincolnian Llamas is working on it and we'll have a few announcements soon about it. You know, the disparity between an average human union plug into the cloud is gonna be so massive that if you don't know the ABC's, you'll you'll be lucky, haunting the dust at our cities. Communities are going to become technology desert's, right? So this is an opportunity to learn the stuff early to really be a part of this new wave you on the slowly have to be a coder even. But as long as you know, the ABC's of it so that you can participate in some fast. Of this economy. That's what you've got to do right now. And I mean, say it would. I mean, what I've wanted, I guess do what I'm hoping for is that we dress a subset of our audience, which is one. We don't speak to directly quite often. We know that the existing, they made a big part of our audience, but it's not the start founder. It's the star of employees, starving playing some interesting they've said, look, we think that what you're saying with the star bubble's gonna happen. We don't know when, but we're trying to our best to prepare for it and they're worried because you know, when layoffs come around companies like Snapchat, a lot of times I go marketing department. A lot of times I go back office work. So these these individuals who were very talented, Mets base, you are very talented in that space are now competing for fewer and fewer jobs because that's the last coming from snow. Right, right. I mean, do you think that understanding. Right. A coating language from negotiating standpoint is going to help them when it comes time that this bubble correction they may be out of John. Is that going to help them to, you know, I guess, build themselves up after that, and I hate to do this. I, I hate to. I'm so sorry to bring it on time when we're we spent the last week. I mean, really focusing on the start a bubble. It's very unfortunate that this is kind of where we are, but we just want our audience to be prepared for what the future is going to be. And I know that you're doing nephew students. I think absolutely meet me seen firsthand hill. We've had students who prolong time being unemployed or underemployed. You know, we, we had a writer just because that person had coded on their resume and ticket from us. They were able to secure a big internship at a big financial firm. Awesome. Just because of that because how many writers have coded on the resume..

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"lincolnian" Discussed on Startup Financial News

Startup Financial News

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"lincolnian" Discussed on Startup Financial News

"Competition to get that funding, which is not the case right now. So the point I'm trying to make is that I've wanted explain to our audience, right? How they can use a skill, the coding skills specifically, why what you doing some portent. To put themselves in an optimal position to be successful when the star bubble bursts. And so here's the way I'm looking at it. Okay. What you demeanor teachings people call. You're helping them see a whole nother aspect of life. You know what you're doing. It's bigger than that. We had a discussion today on what's going to happen, and our audience knows this if they've listened to any of the last three episodes. But our audience knows that will, we've said is that when miss start a puzzle bursts, what's going to happen is these nice cushy startup jobs that are funded by fake VC. Money are gonna disappear. So the jobs that will be available are going to be that much more competitive to get mix that in with the fact that new brought this up tonight at eight high and robotics are going to be taking away a lot of the traditional economy jobs, truck driver back office, work clerking work for seen law startups. Now they're using to get rid of even legal work. So a lot of these jobs that have existed will not exist when this bubble bursts. So people what they're going to need is their jobs, the coding, too. Pro-am those robots as Rohan that and tell me that's not what two clues, right? You're setting them up for success? Absolutely. In the code in ABC's the future and you know, we don't want about it or even understand how or commission economy works, which is going to be left behind by magnitudes, especially, you know, you've got certainly leap in the industry. People in Llamas can work. Second convert. These folks are literally working on plugging in a computer. You're burning Google. The new rule Lincolnian Llamas is working on it and we'll have a few announcements soon about it. You know, the disparity between an average human union plug into the cloud is gonna be so massive that if you don't know the ABC's, you'll you'll be lucky, haunting the dust at our cities. Communities are going to become technology desert's, right? So this is an opportunity to learn the stuff early to really be a part of this new wave you on the slowly have to be a coder even. But as long as you know, the ABC's of it so that you can participate in some fast. Of this economy. That's what you've got to do right now. And I mean, say it would. I mean, what I've wanted, I guess do what I'm hoping for is that we dress a subset of our audience, which is one. We don't speak to directly quite often. We know that the existing, they made a big part of our audience, but it's not the start founder. It's the star of employees, starving playing some interesting they've said, look, we think that what you're saying with the star bubble's gonna happen. We don't know when, but we're trying to our best to prepare for it and they're worried because you know, when layoffs come around companies like Snapchat, a lot of times I go marketing department. A lot of times I go back office work. So these these individuals who were very talented, Mets base, you are very talented in that space are now competing for fewer and fewer jobs because that's the last coming from snow. Right, right. I mean, do you think that understanding. Right..

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"lincolnian" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"lincolnian" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"At five five tremors and i think there's a tremors tv show from that mistake there's a true oh yeah the writer misty amazon it was on an early sifi network iso that is correct that is correct michael gross came back to that he was like i'll keep making a trooper oaths grocery an idiot three will yeah he's ready to go he actually played pay lay really uh i was not a failure there was their there there was kind of like they're they're young guns happen young wants to happen and hollywood was like so they need we will make america wants young cowboys right and then there was like that abc show which was like wild outlaws or some shit that was horrible lincolnian not feeling that at all new america's old cowboys that's what we want that's what he what thank you an unforgiving came along yet to put i dunno of young guns came before after unforgiven gas station tv that you're you want it don't let anyway unforgiven is a leader will later post young guns and young sure uh you know what my favorite western is sleepless in seattle it's also my favorite christmas move and my favorites new rickie joined earnings chad it's the milk kinnear that's okay little milky baby little milky little milk tv set it to my dj little built ebay arts lech hotline can i mentioned by the way that like i don't i don't mean a little milky baby looking for my beard proper.

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"lincolnian" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"lincolnian" Discussed on WJR 760

"Dressing layers national weather service caster kevin ikea duluth minnesota says it's not a good data step outside hanoi a wind chills as low as uh minus 48 of grand rapids minnesota's so far this morning uh couple of other a locations in the minus forty range as well so far today police in troy and upstate new york have arrested two people in connection with the murder of two women and two children on tuesday the two are to be arraigned today police in long beach california city still don't know the motive for a shooting at a law firm yesterday afternoon police spokesman brad johnson says one employee shot another dead than likely killed himself a thirty employee was wounded greece shot to death led the diseases lincolnian a suspect what appears at mosley selfinflicted puerto rico's government admits that more than three months after hurricane morita struck not 45 five percent of people in the american island still have not had their electricity restored just fifty five percent of the nearly one point five million customers have power one of the us territories 78 cities remains entirely without power hollywood had one of the worst summers in a decade and a worst labor day weekend in twenty years experts are blaming net lakes as well as bad movies and rising ticket prices there were lots of big flops this year including the mummy baywatch of the dark tower i'm christopher cruise seven sixty wjr news our meadow land ramon wjr news time ten out to currently it's 15 degrees a man has now been charged with robbing a postal carrier it happened at evergreen and belt and streets in detroit a neighbor witnessed the robbery i has seen the guy's thin and next to the male trick in are seeing a mailman with his hands the the witness says the robber ran past her and dropped the phone he had just stolen from the mail carrier she tells channel seven news she's got a good look at the suspect when the police came i gave before this case because somebody need to catch and could you have an innocent person all he goal was doing his job the thief was also captured on a nearby surveillance camera after sharing that picture postal inspectors say a tip came in identifying the.

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"lincolnian" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"lincolnian" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"In our important partners in the defence industrial base to be more specific you have young companies that take a high levels of risk hightechnology risk that are backed by vetere capitalist at understand that risk but when they find something that works in particular type of technology and then we want to bring it to scale rented apartments three million people uh the large organization world if you wanna bring it to scale this is where our industrial partners are absolutely vital the understand the process they have the relationships they know how to working on austere classified locations and so you know what we what we've seen from from my vantage point is the the most successful efforts are taking you know our best young companies emerging technologies and fusing them with our natural partners to say you let's let's let's bring the strengths of both together and we can do it in a time line that's much much faster i'm michael intrusion where these companies are trading i think that you know impart the surprise over the election caused a lot of upside in defence companies that that wasn't necessarily builtin said that so the sector as you pointed out is doing extremely well where do you see it heading over the next six to twelve months pe ratio sort of overall for the sector what the valuation is and where it we're goes or where kengo what looked everyone the room to bar jp morgan's funds and there was no but look at the the the sector's valued at uh you know talk like percentile of where it has been hyst historically on a relative basis um in so to see the multiple expand from here is is tough um but to see contract i think is unlikely as well because the cash profile the business is strong the budgets have turned the degree to how much they have turned is still in question but but we're headed up from here um in the end the returns are stable in so that's a very nice set up in in a relatively slow growth world in a very attractive industry so i i think that's um i think that that stable in the ec earnings growth drive stock performance from here michael lincolnian executive director of jp morgan i'd like to see the.

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"lincolnian" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"lincolnian" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Give the media salute on somalis endorsed ruined more and believe me that's all you're gonna hear about on the mainstream media tonight on the mainstream news is that why the president doesn't trust those women and how you age women yes but but he did it for a reason yeah well i find it interesting when i keep saying posts from really educated people that say oh i can't believe it's down to this from an accused person of sexual assault to a person who wants partial birth at birth abortion i mean what choice is there and i'm thinking what are you talking about the guys only accused not convicted of anything those women stories are correct i mean ludicrous and then it's up against a partial birth abortions supporter really and truly is there a question mark i mean come on come on alabama i know you guys can pull through in at least get roy more in there unless that let's hope that they can oh my gosh can you imagine another partial birth abortion supporter in that role while anyway it just makes me ill but the girl scouts topping people telling their kids not to hug their relatives that's pretty uh that i could not believe that article i'm sorry that was the most ridiculous statement for the girl scouts to come out and actually endorse the that to me is completely completely baffling i caller welcome to the show go right ahead so i recall mcdermott i gotta give me this uh experience i had nbc and i didn't back there over half year time and that is a very poor live lobbyists here advocate and i'm a lobbyist an advocate i've had to use the bathroom is ah office space you know i again and sit on a at the far end of the new poll you're like got players who he's pulled papers in oregon item oh yes ideas daily go ahead go ahead michelle lincolnian on the conversation on these so called hypocrite well so called perfect man upstairs but adventure i've takeushi because you can hear the party talked down there and there was a shocker for me to hear how these senators and these uh congressman talk yeah i can only imagine so when i when when i.

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"lincolnian" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"lincolnian" Discussed on Super Station 101

"She if you've got families in texas you'd fm is in florida and you want to help them make sure you guys they lucky and after the break up the get john sella from allstate u b e b m in lincolnian studio the other thing that what we want to be are we gonna get into initials they will talk about donald trump jr i'm actually had a meeting this week um behind closed doors go to too much on it but you know he did have a meeting donald trump is working with of nancy pelosi in the democrats because he wants to get the debt ceiling through so i thought that you know we started this week the other thing i wanna talk about later on his show michael bennett i know i love you may not know who he is so during the break you guys can look mobile he's a football player to pays for seattle i'm sam singh the seattle ceo and uh doing the what was going on in las vegas by the by the violent plymouth mayweather mcgrane would me where to fight uh he was at the one of the casinos and something broke out right and he was uh the police actually put a gun is here and according to what he said that the police that it was gonna blow his by keble hit off and you know it turned into the thing where he it was wrong guy so we're gonna get into that a little bit because a lot of people have had things to say about this incident now hearing there uh bars joy joe's night mill okay and sylvia we would think that when we talk about cops and we're talking about a black man we would think the color copiers white correct most of them were were in this case that wasn't the case so we don't talk about that and uh let's mix you we go to break your let's just say a prayer for the hurricane victims in texas and let's say a that arm decides to go ahead and do the moon moonwalk a hit on beg god to see and jose decided to go ahead as they are mukalla they came and i'm i'm going home because we don't need more catastrophe listed the dzaleka so here also states that why did he want to one point one it's thirty minutes after the.

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"lincolnian" Discussed on WJJB Tech News

WJJB Tech News

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"lincolnian" Discussed on WJJB Tech News

"Just it's i don't know if you've got to look at any of the pictures as far as what actually lincolnian signed yet mayor thoughts on it being minimalistic and howled there's literally there is no information in front of me it's all come out of the side a little bit where you can see you know your speed and if the information it would definitely take some getting used to because every car in a less what eighty ninety years ever masion is is right in front of you and the other that the case however it's definitely the future it makes complete sense to have a large tablet in front of like just in the middle ages that that makes sense that future updates because now you're going to have firm where updates and cars going in the future is not just i mean it's gonna be like our consoles and our phones if he's coming from where updates is going to be on thomas driving that's i one article readings and this one as the other two models do you have that features this is the first one that was designed with that in mind so i mean you go on a long drive aden's and now the single driving itself you can watch a movie you can do whatever the case in on whatever it is that you wildcard drives itself have not been in that situation yet would be nice but it's cool the concepts of it all of the ideas.

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"lincolnian" Discussed on Dear Hank and John

Dear Hank and John

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"lincolnian" Discussed on Dear Hank and John

"Urine isufi that goofy i don't think we've discovered that planet yet sat there is a planet named after goofing not a planet but some like some astronomical object now we always named just weird number combinations now series as a dog is it i think desert dog name series i think so i'm googling it i'm going through all the planet needs now like i mean people have definitely named their dogs like venus or neptune neptune's ahmed dogan either but this case i think to really stick it to your friends since you're gonna move away because of him right mercury yeah series is not a dog series was is the goddess of agriculture and grain crops for till the end motherleader relationships originally the central deity in rome's socalled plebiscite or avenue timetrial add so if you have got a real motherly dog now name it series stood i dunno i thought sears was dark serbareas maybe server as that's why we go gone yet so that's just what i wanted to say matthew gaydos do you have some news from afc wimbledon i do have some news from afc wimbledon is a good news it had decided to not go with the scores or the trades earning at that guy wanted to bring a little bit of a twist to use may have see wimbledon here so it has been a year since that magical night in lincolnian shire yet worded i'm probably pronouncing 100 percent correctly.

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