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"mcclay." Discussed on WGN Radio
"Wilfred mcclay, he teaches history at hillsdale college, and he is the author of land of hope and invitation to the great American story, young readers edition from encounter books. So imagine that a book aimed at teaching young people about American history, which does not try to slander the country. Here's the call from Sharon and crane, Missouri, good evening. Good evening, Jim and good evening professor. Hi, Sharon. Hello, sir. I am so glad to hear that someone is directing American history towards young people. I'm 75, but I still remember a book that I read when I was an elementary school. And it was called Johnny tremain, and it was a young boy. It was a newberry prize winner. Yeah. And it was a young boy who was caught up in the American Revolution and worked with some of the Patriots. And it was that book has stuck with me. My whole life, I periodically go back and reread it because it was that good a book. And I wish more people would direct their writing towards young people about the history of this country because it is so rich and I'm afraid the children of today know nothing. About that richness. That's this country. Yes. I agree with everything you said and I'm happy to have your praise for this project and I could say is I hope it inspires others to do the same and do even better than I have. But we've got to get the ball rolling. It's so wonderful to hear somebody mentioned Johnny tremain. I'm a little I'm a little bit younger than you. But I sure remember it. And what I remember and I was cleaning out my mother's basement a number of years ago after she passed away. And I found my old copy of John and tremaine. And just sort of sat down on the floor and started reading it. And you know what struck me? Yes, it was a newbery winner. Back when that meant something. And it's very complex. It gives you a sense of the tension between the Patriots and the loyalists in Boston where it was sad where Johnny was a sort of work for his he was an apprentice. I don't remember a lot of the details. I'd probably get it wrong. But it gives you a sense of the turbulence and as you would say, not to diversity of the setting. It's not it's historical fiction, but it's not Pablo. It's a really gripping interesting book full of believable characters that will grab a young person's fancy. And we need more of that. We need historical fiction. We need historical facts, historical nonfiction that be captures the imagination. It can't just be a matter of mathematics and graphs or an endless tirade against the deficiencies of the American past, which are real, but you also want to say compared to what? Compared to what? And there's a big question that you pose very first words of chapter one, but where to begin, how far back do we go? So how far back did you go? Well, I did go back to, I mean, I didn't go back to the Big Bang. Fortunately, apparently, you know, the web telescope is apparently uncovering things that may undermine The Big Bang Theory. So I'm glad I didn't begin with the Big Bang. But I did begin with the bearing bearing the straits across the Bering straits. By the asiatic peoples that we think were the first inhabitants of the west, what we now call the western hemisphere and I talked about that. And I don't talk a lot about the pre Columbus period. Because I think let me tell you something else about the book, what I tried to do is to think, what do young people need from learn about in order to be consistent in order to understand their country, feel a connection to its past, sufficient to enable them to be effective, conscientious, discerning, critical when necessary, citizens, so I don't think an account of what little we know about the pre Columbian civilizations, most of which did not cease to exist. By the time Columbus arrived, that's really an important element. Isn't it worth knowing? Say anything like that. But I do try to pair the book down to what I thought was essential. Yeah, and also which things are actually well chronicled. One thing I've noticed about history, for example. In 1607, some British settlers landed at Jamestown in 1620, the pilgrims landed, and then we held our revolution in 1776. It seems to me that most history books blow through a 150 years, which were the years in which this country learned how to govern itself since there was no way for the British to nitpick as there were no satellites, there were no translucent jetliners or anything like that. It seems to be, okay, there was one thing. Okay, and we had the Salem witch trials. Okay, then the 1776. For example, let's say the 1920s, for example, World War I ended and there was a pandemic and your great grandparents danced to Charleston and then there was a great depression. I mean, there are certain periods of history which apparently never attracted at least the interest of the people who wrote my history books because I didn't learn much about those eras until years later. Anyway, a card wanted to know about what was in the 1920s in the book and we're coming up on a break that doesn't move here, so we'll come back and we'll pick up at that point in the book land of hope by a professor Wilfred mcclay, this is Westwood one. Finding the right person for the job isn't easy. Just ask someone who hired a drama coach to be an IT guy. Yeah, I'm having trouble logging in. I'm not buying it, say it again, this time with feeling. I can't log in? Come
"mcclay." Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"Her book branded. You my guest today. A gal mcclay adele. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much. Jv it's just a real pleasure to be talking to you in your community today. Well you know i. I love where you live. London is an amazing place. And i also studied at cambridge university when i was sixteen years old in the summer and i punted on the camera. I'm got to say whether the best punter but i did not fall in So i that's my claim to fame from punting But that was my formal introduction of u. adele. How would you describe yourself in your own words in my own words well. My motto is alive passionate and extraordinary and business in life. And i try and lead from the front in relation to that. You know. life is never perfect But if we day. I jump out of bed. I'd like to come alive on siddeley passionate about everything i do and business in life and you know. I think that all of us want to be a little bit extraordinary. So i worked out. What extraordinary means for me. And i'm doing some things that personally extraordinary. So why don't we start there. What does extraordinary. Need to adele well for me. It means living a life of no regrets. I've met so many people particularly older people who look back on their lives actually remain people. Ninety to one hundred twenty goes away. Oh yeah totally totally. And they look back and they do. I wish i did this. I wish i did that. You know my father-in-law was a message situation when he was Incapacitated due to ill health and there was so many regrets and it was about that time. I thought you know i never want to be like that so i started sinking about. What are the things that i want to do. And be into and experience in my life. So that when. I'm one hundred and one having worked in busily at the end you know i tell. This is very interesting that you would see one hundred one Because just a few days ago. I had a very close friend die. Which of course threw me off for a few days right because even though you know what's coming because she was in hospice it doesn't change the fact you have a loss that's and when i was thinking about it i came up with i. I'm on this really getting super clean. Totally reversing diabetes right now and i said yet one hundred one sounds like a good age tyson. I think i'd like to do one hundred one I've already planned folks. It's a while away but you might wanna be in this mastermind. I'm just going to go ahead and promote it right now When i'm eighty. I've decided to do a big masterminding otemachi picchi. Oh i haven't been there. I saw wanted to go there ya. I'll be with you so it's a wild off folks but you know you you wanna put down your thousand dollar deposit. you know..
"mcclay." Discussed on Marketing Secrets
"Are everybody. Who has an awesome. I am hitting home from the office today and there's actually a really cool mastermind group that i'm part of that meets once a year and they have not met in like almost two years now because the whole cova thing and i mean right now and i'm not gonna be there is breaking my heart but i got a message from my friend alison prince. Who was there. And she said you been being quoted they three or four times said what are people saying about me. My ears are burning. Told me telling him. And she said that someone quoted and she read the quote which was basically The last year the event which is whatever. You're good at just turned that in software. And i want you context. Because this group is some of the best personal development Gurus in the world Literally the who's who you would know. Probably ninety five percents names and most of them have courses. They've got products. They got podcasts at youtube. Sounds they got all these things but teaching their stuff and all of them have bigger reached bigger falling bigger. Lispier everything than i do. But the reality is i think for the most part. I make more money than almost all not all this couple are a couple of. I'm gaining on but as a whole pre- potentially i make more money than most of them and when they're talking about last time i was like israel brilliant. You have these ideas you these things but you're selling of course and of course it's good but man if you can turn that course into into software would change everything and they all that work for me and i think you have to understand that my art there aren't as personal development. My art was Is not was my heart. Is building funnels. So for years i did courses teach you how to build funnels how lame out and how to write copy. How it wasn't until we turned our knowledge into software that my businesses went from good to like insane right and you think about funnel scripts right. We top people copy for decades and nobody wants to buy copywriting so he turned it into software and boom final scriptures. The tacoma x. award winner Funnel startup building funnels and how to do it in the strategy. The limbs wasn't it software that blew up of arts garrett white recently garrett white if you know he did live events for men came out to wake up warrior and he would take on the beach and he'd beat them up and he would make them tough and tournament a man and his amazing right He did that for five or six years doing events every single month and then Now he's stopped those shut him down and now he's turning what he does and software where you log himself where you do the thing you read the thing you read the message you listen to the app you check thing off and you're doing the things and it's transitioning it from information to information Blended into software and so for you guys. Think about that because In fact let me step back when i what am i very first mentors lawyers. No this is. Dan kennedy and bill. Glaser where my my first. Two big mentors in In their company magnetic marketing they have a newsletter where they sell access to the month newsletter right and one thing that that Bill used to always talk to me about is like you have to have any kind of continuity to build in pain a disconnect meeting. It's hard for somebody to leave right. And he said the biggest problem and their business was there was no pain and disconnect people are buying the newsletter which was great and it was great recur recurring income stream. But if something happened right the credit card failed there. Some bills happen their business. Whatever first thing that goes info right the this has been helpful. But i don't have to have this membership. I don't. I don't have to have this This newsletter and have to have these things. If i don't you know for whatever reason so they will the camps really quickly and very easily because there's no pain disconnect whereas click funneled right now when someone gets an account click on their site. They're fun on there. You know things are happening in their thing. They have their email. They've got things happening. You know if these ship needs. Get hard things happen. The last thing they're gonna cut is click funnels because the pain of disconnect is so high. They they stopped paying their click funnels. Their business falls apart right I remember in the continuity business when we do membership sites and stuff people go three or four or five months stop paying and trying to get into pay things like that was quick loans is opposite right south paying sites. Go down it within five minutes. They're calling us like. Oh here's my credit card. Let me update it right. It just shifts thing because the pain of disconnect so high and so the prom traditionally with information products or coaching or things. Like that is that. There's no disconnect right people have it they can cancel it and it's it's simple to do because there's no pain disconnect but as soon as you take your your course right and you turned into software. Nelson's logging in. They're going into filling out. Things are taking notes. They've got things are building up by now. All these things are they're they're stored in the spot there to cancel they lose all this information right and so how do you turn your hatred and your knowledge the things you're good at into software. I was thinking about that. We've done it A couple times this year One of them recently in the sites not live yet. it may be live by. Is here this but If you go to brain dump dot com You'll we have a process that we used to brain dump and get the ideas that our head. We todd it to people. I showed him how in trello actually people how to do in different ways to do. Google docs and like this. How he bring up ideas to read a book or credit course do different things like that and it was good. You know some people paid for most people wouldn't because it's like why would i pay you to show me how to bring them ideas and so we took this idea. The skill set this knowledge. We have we turned in software and software. Now allows you to bring up stuff. And what's cool about is number one and makes the process so much simpler so much easier I can give people. They can do it very fast for easily. Which is exciting. It's number one. Number two is now. A pain disconnect. If you spend a week or a month or your brain dumping your ideas into our software you want to cancel because if you knew you lose all the stuff you've bring up right you lose all your notes share ideas you're all disappears with you. And so the pain districts very very high whereas if you bought a training course. Let's say you're paying thirty bucks a month to go through my course and how to bring it is like after month number one day i just listen to it or i don't need any more whatever's easy to cancel whereas software. Now you're part of it you're probably gonna use it forever right and so just what you thinking to those things right. How do you take what you know internal software when you do that. You're increase your valuations. You company will be worth more Increase your stick rates. Your stick will be longer you know increase happiness. People feel like you know. The increased perceived value like software feels more expensive than courses in about a million other things. So anyway i thought it was cool because they quoted me today to the national meeting. And i wanted to share with you guys. Since i'm not able to hang out with my friends who were super cool and literally like these people that are changing the world. And i can't be there with them. Which is too bad but at least i'm doing something cool here as well so anyway i don't wanna complain about not being there I did back for a very important. Very very cool reason so No stress but hopefully it helps you guys Without said i'm home. Mcclay of my kids Which is one reason why i was able to go Emma go have some fun with them. So appreciate you guys. Thanks so much for listening and Go figure out your in your ideas into actual software talking russell again in real quick. I just opened up a texting community. Which means you can text me your questions and right now. I'm spending anywhere between ten and thirty minutes every single day answering questions through text messages to people who are on the podcast and so i wanted you to stop everything. You're doing. Pull your phone out and actually text me a message k. And the phone number. You text is two. Oh eight two three one. Three seven nine seven once again. It's two eight two three one three seven nine seven when you text me. Just say hello and then what's going to happen to my phone and then they'll send you back a message where you can add. Meet your phone and then we are having conversations on top of that through this texting communities would be giving out free swag giving away a free copy of my book Let you know about book signings about times. I'm coming to your local area and a whole bunch more. Just wanna make sure you were on this list on top of that every single day. I'm sending out. My favorite quotes frameworks. And things you can get for free only through by texting platform so when you need it right now. Play your phone and text me at area code. Two eight two three one three seven nine seven one more time. That's two eight two three one. Three seven nine seven. I can't wait to hear from you right now..
"mcclay." Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"We need to form a for groups that are Built around the issue of restraining stanton overstraining the growth of government. There's there any there aren't any groups out there even well. Maybe the nra. But i'd be there aren't very many groups that are really just committed who Being against the growth of government against the growth of spending Their tax payer union. A few of these things But the we need more of that. We made more of the resistance to the idea that everything is better when government has its fingers because government. Back to your question charlie gut. Now doesn't it doesn't mean congress. It doesn't mean anything constitutional. It means these regulatory agency that are that are basically invulnerable there forever and they they know it. They know congressman coming out with the department of labor is here forever. That's right well. There was a joke at. Irs and fda and the sec everywhere they said. Oh yeah this trump guy's gonna shake it up but this buildings in a stand after four years and that was repeated. Is that idea that the institutions remain so to kind of summarize all this we started our first episode that everyone should go back and listen to the forming of the nation than the forming of the constitution the statesmanship of lincoln and now kind of this constitutional crisis that we are in the kind of summarize all this together as we talk about the story of america. I think one thing you can agree dr mcclay. The story is not over yet. it's still being written. Which is what's so exciting. You and i talked about the first episode about the importance of a story. That story has not yet been completed. And i pray. We're advocating on this program and turning point. usa a revival of the constitution closing. Dr mcclay make make that case of why we need to get back to where our country was really intended to be and that kind of idea of reviving the constitution which i will say to our listeners. There is more interest about that than there was thirty years ago. What i've been told that there is this for newt to get back to our roots. Just tell about that. Yeah well. I mean look. I think that one is. It's often said. Washington said this in his first inaugural events in america is an experiment. It's an experiment and ordered liberty. Where an experiment in the idea that a nation can govern itself that it need not be ruled over by kings or other oil or for that matter administrative bureaucracies that that we can rule ourselves. I think this is just another integration and other turn of the wheel that same test. Can we rule ourselves. Can we be so self governing day. We need to have people telling us What size sodas we can drink. What size cars. We can drive What what are what are habits and mores should be with. Our views should be Whether what things we are allowed to hate and what things were allowed to love You know this. It's it's really that that that fundamental but it and You know they the missing son state. He's sort of a nice guy in people on the right kind of like him because he he has this notion than we don't use Pity you know. Tyrannical tech this. We nudge people his a battle. Yeah well chris in There's a term very closely new.
Are Scientists Really Worried About Climate Change?
"Scientists. I don't know how many real scientists if people in your audience now but The scientists. I know who deal with climate. They don't think the scientists settled. They really don't. They're afraid to say much of anything because they get stomped on if they don't toe the line and they don't get government grants which aren't the life of modern science getting money from the government. You know eisenhower warned against this in his spare well-dressed having this happen exactly what has happened so sciences thoroughly politicized but a lot of people. I know when you get them down in the soundproof room. Where they they will big exciting. We really don't we really can't justify the kinds of apocalyptic pronouncements that are made even by the un and other such organizations let alone your local crazy so We expertise is caving in on itself. Is it's a what glenn reynolds of instant fame. The already trained the k. Through twelve implosion. But the all the professions are imploding at partly because they don't place around ranks that that was one of the practices back in one hundred years or so ago. When this whole expert knowledge things started to take all the experts. They were credential daily but they also police up. They had this thing called peer review.
‘We the People’: Should We Consult Experts?
"Should consult experts. We should but we don't get the call the tune ultimately the people decide. That's what we the people is about a way the risks and And we don't as much as possible. We have the freedom to do the wrong thing. That's what free bits could premium is not. This is only the freedom to do the right thing that experts approved i think very fundamental issue out our society. Yeah and part of the issue. Is that the kind of The empowerment of the expert class ends up being tyrannical by nature. Because if you question for example found she right now he will it. He will argue from authority. And say no. I i run nih. I know more than you do. And so by definition it chokes. It out this disagree with me. Used to disagree with science writing. He said that And you know. I i think one of the things that will be so much better and found sheet to be fair. It times has done about. This is to be modest to say you know. We're not really sure what the hell is going on and And a few times he has said that It's declarative statement. Was mass are not necessarily know and no uncertain terms when he first took that line and then now master the be all and end are depending on what day of the week it is and whether you're democrats or republicans having a party whatever. Martha's video argument. There's an inconsistency that. I think a lot of his undermines the kind of respect for expertise that we ought to have. We ought to be people who have devoted their lives to studying. Immunology or one of these other vary recognized fields. They deserve to be listen to what were than the guy at the other. End of the bar goes fifth beer on tap and not on top.
"mcclay." Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"He was using pauses in all the right moments to to to really land point and what i love about. That story is that obama didn't go and Fine you know to the wilderness to find his talent. He didn't practice for ten thousand hours. He worked backward to figure out what was working in a different field and incorporated into his own approach. And that's the goal of reverse engineering is to figure out what's working whether it's your field or someone else's so you can identify the ingredients that may be worth incorporating into your next attempt. Well that's really fussing of this story. I hadn't heard that before but it makes total sense because as a lecturer as you say he's bomb was probably speaking from Almost algorithm mcclay just referencing the set of of memorized ideas that he was presenting. And that is as you said. It's it's the least effective way to connect with anybody in the most effective way is to do it like a preacher you know and so blending those two of having actual you know in as you said you were. Preachers are often. The rapid repetition in a lot of times was interesting is that they're not even really saying much you know there's sort of just it's more of a kind of a tonal musical inflection of energy and force in just sprinkle in a few little Pity sound bites. You know to really get get people on track. But it's fascinating. To think of combining those two skill sets and it makes a lot of sense of wild bomb was able to capture that amazing or tori skill. That he has. it's interesting here hear about pastures. I think there are a lot of other folks who also are essentially reciting a song. We don't hear it as a song. They're saying words but the tones are formulaic. And i was listening last night to tucker carlson. Who's on fox news. And he does this really well. He's i think is the most popular host on fox news at the moment. And if you listen to him you just take out the words. He's singing you a song and zong that enchants you into following his argument and regardless of whether or not you agree with his stances. It's really interesting that you know. You can't argue. He's very effective. And i it's almost like obama and tucker carlson what they have in common is. They're both basically using these techniques that persuade us To follow their arguments and it's not happening on a conscious level. They're using techniques that they've identified in other fields and are incorporating into their approach. The that makes so much sense actually did. I've spent a lot of time in the past..
"mcclay." Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
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"mcclay." Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Him. You know the idea that there could be property in man that you could actually have property in. Human budge was abhorrent repugnant simply incompatible with the fundamental principles declaration of independence and the and the foundational bags of the constitution constitutional now even though the constitution contains provisions that protects. So the debate to me. The interesting part of this may or may not reflect south down. I think it does but It was interesting. Part comes over the debate about popular sovereign. And if i may back up for a minute you one of the things that happened with I mentioned i think in passing one of our earlier amputations that the it was really the mexican war that made a civil war not inevitable but very likely because it inevitably reopened the slavery question which had been saddled after madame speaking but the missouri compromise. What were you going to do with all this land you the country more or less doubled in size blue. What are you going to do with all this land. All these save holders. It'll brought their slaves with them missouri and kansas than the rasta. You would when those territory became states. Would they be slave states for free state And so the question had to be debated again and again and again. I won't lead you through. The whole mass of the kansas nebraska act and the other things except what ended up happening is that the even the settlement of the missouri. Compromise fail and was ruled unconstitutional. I was partly grad scott. This is to That that that the the issue was out there. In the time of the lincoln. Douglas debate they were both running for the senate from illinois. League have been out of politics for a long time and a very successful aren't making a lot of money but he was goaded back into politics because this because he felt as if the kansas brass acted the country was just being ranked and he felt call to to get back in the fray so he ran for senate lost douglas. Douglas was one of the most prominent democrats the country so he he ran a good campaign. Kept it close and was instantly the front runner for the republican nomination. Eighteen sixty so that was the context of these debates. This was like a prelude to the presidential race two years later and the On the issue of what to do later the territories and comes up and doubtless has this great idea which actually his superficially kind of appealing popular sovereign let. The people decide ecorse. What that meant is in states where slaveholders really wanted to vail they all piled in with their slaves and and trying to bring the population of go level where it when when there was a territorial election. They would win. And larry on the other side. And you'll have kansas break into violence. Conflict bloody cans over this It was again another blaze likely. Thirty eight lyceum address moment ran the country seem to be kind of at least in that place falling apart and so i was just. I'll let the people decide. That sounds good. Doesn't it sounds very merrick. But what lincoln in ends up. Evoking is the idea that there you can't. There are certain kinds of fundamental. 'bout that even the people acting in the sovereign capacity can't overrule in one of them is the fundamental big that the human lie So angry is.
"mcclay." Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Ended up in fact in a speech. That has the provocative title what to the slave is your fourth of july And it's full of really corresponding devastating. it divestments. More diamonds of of an american tolerance. Leave your but in the end in divorces the constitution in the lowest calls glorious a glorious darken. So that's a biggie. For me you know frederick douglass born. That's a that's a. That's already i balanced to respect them lincoln. I think persuaded the hit a fractious relationship. Doug was audited was going fast enough. That's right there's there's there's a great story of frederick douglass who comes to the white house to visit with abraham lincoln and no one can believe a black man would be waiting in line to go to the white house. And they they the alert president lincoln. That frederick douglass is there and almost immediately. He calls for douglas to come and at every turn even in the white house. People were trying to stop him to go see lincoln. Because i couldn't believe that black men would be invited. And as soon as abraham lincoln saab frederick douglass he said Frederick my friend come on in and just made every silent. The great story Y- i wanna ask you about One part of lincoln's life that was rediscovered by the great harry jaffa. Which is the lincoln douglas debates. And i want everyone understand that. A harry jaffa was learning under. Leo strauss in new york city and harry jaffa went to a used bookstore and kind of stumbled upon the original transcript of the lincoln. Douglas debates and no one had ever really done scholarship meaningful scholarship of this moment of history. Until harry. jaffa. There'd be some people that wrote about it. But what jaffa realized and he discovered was that this was really the ancient debate of what is justice. And abraham lincoln was very concerned about that sort of question of what is a human being. What is the correct way. We should build a government you talk about. How abraham lincoln either willingly or knowingly or unknowingly was participating in really a new founding of the united states. A you can make an argument. He refounded our country. Yes and that's an argument has been bathed by my people both favorable and unfavorable till i get. That's the thing that's the one thing that the calhoun nights and jaffa cat rian is that lincoln change the country. Yes and gary wills is another. Who sort of picked up that. The argument From his teeth speaker. Douglas dare and yeah it no. It's it's some. I think i'm not gonna i'm not gonna go into what my position is on that unless you want me to behind jaffa jaffa was And you know. I'm not as well acquainted with jeff. I actually knew strauss slightly. While i while i was student. John's college when he was collared residents there and i had the honor of show furring a couple of power because a campus buddy had that campus job. He a couple of times. He slipped.
"mcclay." Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Necessary. Know by the right means by the correct me by the the the Legally sanctioned me. that's another reason. We need to remember lincoln. We'd lionize it. But what did he do. He was a guy who went by the book for the most part. Now you'll get southerners. Who was they bad. He he suspended writs of habeas corpus. And that kind of thing. We can have a discussion about about whether that's also a word power of the present. But but for the most part he tried to do things constitutional because he it felt if you didn't preserve the constitution you just through the constitution away There'd be no getting back there'd be no you'd have to go through all sorts of hell to try probably unsuccessfully to reestablish but because we included in the constitution the power to amend it it wasn't mandible and was correctable to be brought in line with what he believed was the founding inside of the declaration of independence. That's something else that people are back lot. And then i won't take it up here but it's it's A is consistent with his thinking and one of the thing. And then. I'll let you get a word in edgewise darling. You're you're very kind of your convince frederick douglass. The great aback abolitionist. Billy may arguably the most power speak. Maybe somebody will say our bigger saying when he he was. He emancipated himself really Taught him out. There being became quite learning great orange. Her originally was with the faction of abolitionist that the constitution was a pact with the devil and was not had no moral authority Lincoln among others turned him around him and he.
"mcclay." Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show
"This is year one. All he had to do was not mess. Everything up get us outta covy. Get the shots outlet. The economy comeback. But when you look at every decision that's been made from the absolute recklessness and lawlessness at the us mexico border and affirmative decision by the biden. T asked her make it. So and remember. When was the borders are that all disappeared and signed by the primary. Where is she is smart enough to not out of the liar. Stay away from the political blast radius as much as you can hear because she knows. I mean the border issue for her. A few months back was a disaster. She just ended up getting a politically tainted by it at some level and now with with afghanistan. She's hoping nobody remembers that in april. She was leaking out there on marui involved in the afghan withdrawal plans because she knows that this administration is embattled. And let's remember ford administration mcclay. You gave all those numbers which is a powerful. Everybody one more for that. But there's something else here. But this is an administration that has ninety nine hundred ninety to ninety five percent of corporate media in its pocket doing its bidding propping it up for tending like when joe goes wandering into the petunias. Because he's confused outside the white house. It's no big deal and we still have. People regretting their votes third. I wanna i want to hammer this home one more time because we've talked about how so. Many people are committed to their side of the political equation that they won't look at the data..
"mcclay." Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Slaves. There were free on slaves in kentucky. We're not free because kentucky had never joined the confederacy and so on. So why did he do with that. Why he did it that way. Because he was he would have been great to say contemporary politicians. Say i declare that all saints are free and But lincoln wasn't going to do that because it would be way beyond his constitutional powers what he couldn't do in in his reading of the constitution and not everyone agrees this but he could do as a commander in chief to free slaves as military attack. Yes measure so he could free. Those states like those areas in a state of rebellion and would inouye endanger the constituted. He was looking ahead. Always saying i want to come out of this war with the same constitution. We went into it. I don't want it to trash. The constitution in order to win the war and then turn have had no structure authority to appeal to. And we're going to get rid of slavery. Let's do it the right way. We passed an amendment to the constitute yet. And we're gonna talk about lincoln in our next conversation and just kinda of rail. I assume questions about lincoln because some of his detractors say There's there's two. There's two schools of thought on lincoln today that he didn't act decisively enough soon enough in his cooper union speech or he just what he was trying too much focus on process and i think those people are full of it and the other ones. You gotta get elected minor. You have to political power to use political power right. The other school of thought is that he was a tyrant suspended habeas corpus and all that. But we are going to talk about that on the next episode harley hillsdale dot com. Everybody picked up a copy of the book itself. A land of hope go buy it and teach your children the proper story of america and so it really is a great great textbook dr mcclay. I'm loving this series. And i wish we had. This is too much as somebody used to say. More fun than than even being on be allowed to nine. Thank you so much there. You go thanks. Thanks so much for listening everybody emails. Your thoughts freedom. At charlie kirk dot com and please consider supporting our program charlie kirk dot com slash support. Thanks.
"mcclay." Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"It it in internalizes in channels all of these conflicts into something that in the end we believe as productive of the greater good. I think one thing that's constitution may be faulted for is it doesn't it doesn't talk enough about civic virtue. Some people would fall for that. I don't because i think the state constitutions at that time were considered to be the real seedbeds of training citizens virtue so it you know they were very you know people talk about how god is mentioned in the constitution. Well that that that is not a sign that the founders were all atheists hardly it was a sign that they thought religion and things like establishment of which That was the responsibility to stay. That was not any of their business. And even the first amendment which was part of the original constitution. The bell writes It's really about just about national church. It forbids a national church. The states went right on having a state established that was currently constituted. So in the way for me too excited here. So that notion that that the constitution autumn inculcating virtue. I think is maybe maybe a little overblown. But there's something to it. It's not just the collision force just the same as in a courtroom. You expect the defense attorney about bigger expect. You expect the prosecutor to be vigorous but it doesn't mean they get right the lie or cheese or a withhold evidence or they are officers of the court which means they have a loyalty to the process and we Sometimes lose sight of that. There's some veneration. The constitution is absolutely essential if the constitution is going to work. And i don't see. I think we have a whole lot of that. We're not bringing up young people to battery at the constitution. That's for sure g. Talk more about the story of the constitutional convention. How a team to be the drama around it about the importance of story. This is one of the best. The greatest stories in american history. That really hasn't been told. I would love to see. Some martin scorsese type. Do a real you know movie on this talk about it. It's it's it's a. It's a really beautiful moment. In american history well i have this assemblage of great great people You have out All of the conflicting or many of the conflicting interests in the country represented including southern planters. Who were not yet. As addicted to slave labor as they will become but even so very resistant to the idea of abolishing slavery at the time of the founding adoption of the constitution. That's one of the things we look back at. We just say why they have done that. Then but you know what one of the things that the front of the framers had taken to account was a if you didn't bring the whole wagon train whiz you If some states dropped out so we're not gonna do this. The the national enterprise would very likely have failed. We would've fallen apart. It would have been to a kind of mycosis assorted direction. And and then they would have been pray for european powers to come in england or others to come back in and pluck up as with the civil war so with the period after the revolution the critical period away had to be found to hold it all together and You know many of the Framework honestly believe slavery was on. Its way out. It was instituted. What could last of course then came the adventure of the cotton. Gin calvin those things can help. Yes yeah but but the convention you're right it's a wonderful story and there is a there are a couple of. There's some good books about it. We we much what we know about. What actually happened because it wasn't secret in a hot philadelphia's summer it can get pretty hot philadelphia especially when you have the windows closed so that nobody can overhear he but madison james madison. Who is often thought of as the architect of the constitution to copious notes. And so we know a lot and it's pretty accurate. I mean as far as we can tell what little we get from. Other sources corroborates Madison's testimony and yeah there are all kinds of ideas out there and the drama. I would be wonderful to have a talented patriotic. Hollywood director. If i let me. That's a contradiction in terms. But i know that's offense but now the scene spielberg movie about lincoln is very good for you. The option of the thirteenth amendment. That lincoln and this is something that i think we turn lincoln into this sort of plastic peres state. He was shrewd shrewd auditions and dealmaker. And you can see all that that move. I recommend but but there's nothing wrong with We think of as a dirty thing. And that's it's important that we not regard politics as intrinsically low. Art is the art of getting people who are not on the same page to cooperate with one another and politicians other people who talk to one another In lieu of the people who can't talk to one another and that's always been true in a representative democracy. It's especially true so yet just the the the the process. It's such an intricate story of but the process by which these different proposals coalesce The proponents of the respective plants. The new jersey plan. The virginia plan Come to champion their view of how How.
"mcclay." Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Everybody welcome to episode of the kirk. Show back with us today despite all the storms and all of mother nature's best attempt to thwart. Today is dr mcclay. Dr mcclay welcome back to our continued dialogue about the great american story. The land of hope. Thank you charlie. It's really great to be with you. So we got some wonderful response and lots of questions and people have been really looking forward to this particular topic about the constitution and what you call the genius of the constitution You don't really hear that language as much anymore. Instead we kind of hear about the flaws of the constitution or the bigotry of the constitution is some academics would say talk to us about why. The constitution was truly a stroke of genius. Well it was It it was very much conceived a particular historical moment and that part of it's really interesting but it had a larger vision. That was part of that. you know. He's very rare. The when people are involved in politics at their booth thinking about addressing the moment and thinking about something that's going to last permanently Although you know some of the framers even george washington didn't really expect it. The last that long were eating be radically revised. I think all of them would be surprised at two hundred thirty four years later still there. It is with some amendments and alterations but fundamentally the structure that they envision am the longest lasting constitution in the world. So obviously there's something that you something right if you last that long. And turbulent world and i think the the genius of is this one of the ways that compromise sometimes produces a better result than with either side wanted. I think the case of the house to tuition because it expanded the scope of the natural government But not too much Just the rhine about well enshrining protections against the abuse of power Some of which you know we we've lost or danger of losing. I mean three and a half trillion dollars. Budget voted on yesterday or today. I kind of moral fai. They would be horrified. I'm mortified but we won't get into Events current events you know that the protections of the constitution are not absolute nothing. Nothing in life is foolproof because the world is full of fools and in the constitution has failed. You know failed in the civil war you could say but Did it fail asserted. We fail it. That's really the question. I think what the constitution does it. It starts with a very realistic view of human nature. Mean your view of human nature really is the bottom of everything and if you have a a at the wrong kind of conception of human nature you're the government that comes out of it is going to be an effective and likely prone to be prone to to tyranny simply because those who make an apple say we just need to turn the screws a little harder to get things away on it when you're going against the grain of human nature. They understood that we are motivated by interests some by even by greed or or Pity but but the by our itself is the pursuit of ourself. It instead of trying to out our that or badger us into an idea virtue that would cause us to renounce her interest in sensible system in which interest is given. Its place is held in check by the other people pursuing their interests and so the all the symptoms like an equilibrium When it's working properly and it's slow and something frustrates allowing people frustrated. Woodrow wilson we. Were just talking about the slowness of government. But if you're interested in protecting liberty You don't wanna be hasty. You don't want to declare every bump in the road to be an emergency that requires you to suspend the laws and spend another trillion dollars And so the constitution. I think is made for a- people who have that kind of patients have that kind of realism. Are we selling people has. That's again a current events question but It was It was the product of this scored. I group people even people who don't especially like the constitution when they studied the framers. Say wow these guys. In average of forty five years old. I'd leave a very on. The most part came up with such a profound talk about it. But i don't know whether you want me to talk about this. I should little bit about the circumstances. really was a product of very special circumstances. You know we have a revolution And we talk. You and i talked about that last time that that was in large. Measure revel I call it revolution of self rule. It the revelation to two on the commerce part to retain their rights as englishmen which oddly enough man they had rebel against dangling. Which was they always taking those rights away. Yes and during during the revolution. We fought the revolution under the articles of confederation. That was a charter. The national government and just the name confederation suggests this is a loose alliance going back to the declaration of independence. It concludes by declaring that the the british colony is our free and independent states. Which is great you know. But what does that mean. In terms of the kind of government that will are the independent. does that need the rhode island's its own country or was there some sort of national structure invasion and if so what and it was very important to them to keep the degree of separateness in autonomy in the states so That was the problem in the in. The articles were A good solution for their would because They bested most power in the states. The president was very. We're really really just pre presiding figure. the states ran things you had w nanomoles vote.
Was George Washington Egotistical? Historian Wilfred McClay Weighs In
"Now. Can you talk about how. Washington is sometimes portrayed by modern historians being egotistical person. Because he didn't wanna over even want to preside over the constitutional convention us kind of waffling on that right. Some people say that's because of his ego. I don't think that's right. I think it's because he didn't want to put his name behind something. That could have been destructive. You talk about that. How washington almost didn't actually agree to it. Yeah no he look. He he came. He came out of retirement Several times He he wanted nothing more at the conclusion of revolution than to go back his beautiful estate about bourbon. And and hang out there You know And having urged that peace and quiet but he he felt strongly that He the the country he owed in a dubious country he. He was very formed by sort of ideals of classical notions of virtue. Robin like cincinnati. The farmer who turned who does his duty in the blau or k. Tau andy elder. Well there was a wonderful play by. Joe savannah's About cape though. I think it's actually called. Keiko and that washington apparently saw numerous times and had shown to his head and performances put on for his troops numerous times at these critical points when morale was was going through the floor. And it's so that that was his notion he He could certainly have become king if he had wanted to. And the car do that. Is that the behavior in kansas. I don't think
"mcclay." Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"And there were some of the patriots. John dickinson of philip of pennsylvania. Who would not sign the declaration of independence Even though he was he was just as angry as everybody else wants because he feared. What's gonna happen if we are. An independent will be able to kind of handle things. Will we be able to raise. An army will be you know we've taken for granted certain things come with being part of the empire so it took a lot of guts for people. These smart guys who knew what they were getting into the plans. Their you know their sacred honor to this audacious act of separation But i think it was a desire to have liberty to be free to not have a in essentially foreign power which is what the british and become to them. They had come to think of themselves as american. That's an interesting thing through this process which we'd seventeen sixty three and seventeen seventy six for so. We became americans. We stopped being. It was columnists living in america and in our own minds. That's that's the hearts and minds. John r were changed than he says. That was a real american. Lose is coming to think of ourselves as merican does not just the extension of england so dr mcclay. There's a lot of people that debate. What our birthday is as a nation. And i always find it interesting that we consider our birthday to be the day that we signed a separation document not the day we won the war not the day that we ratified the constitution in seventeen eighty seven or that. We had the bill of rights become the law the land in seventeen ninety one. Why is it important. And what is the argument to say that our birthday was the day that we sign the document in july of seventeen. Seventy six well and you know it could be also july second because that was the day that we actually passed the resolution. By but they lie. Fourth was named the document the declaration was ratified and was was promulgated. I think i you know. I think that it's actually the other things are not i. I would have any trouble dismissing those arguments. But the second is fourth. That's a that's an interesting call. Par jefferson was doing and what the founders were doing with the declaration. They were declaring. It was a it was as i liked to say to my students as this was a press. Release to the world. Here's what we're doing and this is why we're doing and so you get this. The long train of abuses are spelled out in rather vivid prose. A nobody a lot of people don't read it ain't nobody but a lot of people in the preamble would be the famous words of the jefferson about are being created equal and so on but It really it really is an effort to save to the world. This here we are. This is what we're doing this why we're doing it. And there's a grandeur about that state it's is a it's not just a fob like divorce decree it's it's not against something is for some. We've come of age. You know it at the beginning of talks about in the course of human events that comes at time when you're when people should separate from another people you know and it's almost we've really sure th- really almost a child that's were beyond the parent. It's time to be on. it's so i think insists sentence even at the outset that we were doing something of that was more important than just our own welfare. It makes the fourth of july the right day because in fact we we now know that we were. We were doing something that was dramatically transform reduce in history of the world. They're never been anything like the nation that came out of the american revolution. Never been a republic of that sites. Come forward and committed itself to the principles of south rule of republicans self rule so he was mantis and The declaration of the rights in declaration of independence at didn't have to be there but it was being. I think that's again part of the grand. Your documents seized the moment and made something much bigger out of it. So i favour now. Can i comment on one thing. You mentioned that the constitution. I've always felt the constitution gets changed in our national. We do constitution day. But most people can't tell you what it is. They know when the fourth of july is because they thought that july september seventeen. And there've been efforts to canonize aid. And i i hope some of these are beginning to bear fruit but it doesn't have the possess the fourth of july have. I wish people did. According more respect us. It seems to me you know. There are many nations on this planet to have independence day. There are not many there are not any there about any can celebrate having a constitution that's lasted over two hundred thirty years. Is god willing still going strong. I don't know it's constantly being battered. And that's an element of our history is the the constitution has has been challenged every day of the week. So it's not new. I think we have some real obstacles to restoration the constitution as originally understood. But at least it's their enlist. We have it as the president. Look too so. I believe we should celebrate it more. I'm all for a much or high octane. Constitution day that what we have now so so may have both and also december of seventeen ninety one on the bill of rights got ratified as well. That's pretty significant as well. Yeah yeah it is it is. It is and for a lot of people bill price when they say the constitution. They're actually talking about the bill of rights they don't they're not really talking about the separation of powers we right you know. They shouldn't be but they aren't is it's it's versus amendment second amendment. You're talking to and and thank god for those things. Because for george mason who has yes. Yes and james madison. Who will you. Jimmy considered the architect of the constitution. He didn't really want bill of rights and there was a good argument. That if you start enumerating some rights. What about the ones you didn't mention. Does that mean those aren't rights. That's the ninth. So yeah yeah. So that's that's the ninth and tenth amendment. So they're gone those maybe sunday. We'll we'll give them respect. They're due but yeah it's it's i. It's thank the saint. George mason banks that thanks to thank the famous his. They were the ones who really pushed for at one of the last of that history is that a lot of conflicts in this country. We don't you don't have winner-takes-all the winner has to give something loser and sometimes with the part that the loser gives as being the best part. So that's something to really this polarized time and and i i really pretty polarized myself along with dive. But but it's important to remember that that we've had You know contrary to what the president said the other day we have had. We've had worse times then. Now we civil war for example and a we've had worse times even since for but we have had we have in our souls A kind of genius for political accommodation that the constitution is really the embodiment. And so i i think Protection of the constitution is from me. One of the most important pests they had. And it's really something that charlie i mean. I think you and your organization are finding that it's a it's a it shouldn't be a cause just for one side of the the moment it seems to be And so be it. It's the constitution in and we we have to have it. we have to keep it amen. So the glass and ask you. It might be a little unusual but it's about history and how we view history. I know we talked about this earlier. But it seems as if This idea of german historicism of looking at history as a constant unfolding towards inevitable utopia perfection kinda dominates the way we teach history. How aware were you when you develop this. That those kinds of influences are there. Can you help me. I'm just personally curious. Yeah oh yeah yeah..
"mcclay." Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Account now all the things that that we are prone to do and and makes a good result out of it. That's so beautifully. Said so. I i wanna ask. I think it's a great transition as you mentioned. Cicero the idea of the west i. I came across the idea that the west was bad. When i was speaking at stanford university in someone said western civilization is one of colonialism and oppression misogyny and homophobia. What are you talking about. So dr mcclay. What is the west. Is it just a place on. The map is it. What ideas and the floor is yours. Well go back a long way because if you go back to antiquity there was always this notion you see it in the idea of the elision fields and the you know the garden of eden and of there being a place in the west you know in the land with the sunsets and in europe especially this idea where There there were fields of redemption. That it was it was like a a a new eden news. I am face. The cuban race would be redeemed and that was one of the things that drew explorers west of not the only thing but it was definitely part of their Their interested in the west and the first colonizing efforts kind of Map themselves onto that on the template An idea the west is the land of redemption. So you see in the in the puritans for example the seventeenth century in all the Not the earliest. But the next earliest settlers They thought of the new world isn't as land where they pure church purifying of the corruptions that it suffered Could be re reestablished and pure form of worship and a more virtuous way of living be established and. That's what they tried to do in god. Help us boston. Utopian everett seven gently veil but american. History has ruled that the that's why why would wait meanings of being a land of hope. People have come here always with the idea that you are not condemned to be to live your life entirely in the conditions. Were born into your condemned to that. That's not your ticket is not stamped at birth You can make something everything. Make something of yourself. And the land of hope is a brace where those possibilities there not not certainties. Hope is full of kinds of failures and disappointments as any enterprising society. It's you know best business will tell you with this kind of a saying. It's silicon valley that you know the only way you really develop food. Failure failure is not a bad word of on some of these people. I think that's a great self dalia. Don't like but. I like that and idea that things were okay. You try something else. We're an experimental people in that way. and we. We don't believe that we should be condemned to the conditions of our birds. And that's a big difference between us and the old world that so many of our immigrate immigrants throughout our history come from and so as the west continued to develop and grow. Can you give us some background of the thinkers and the ideas that laid the framework for this land of hope. It should we go all the way. Back to socrates plato aristotle. What are the ideas of the natural law and we're reason inc and the idea of self evident truths because it seems as if that's a missing component times when we teach history young people well you know the founders where we are founders such extraordinary man and they basically i think the average age is like forty five something like that. They're very young to be so wise and one of the things that they've devised reds socrates prado cicero all that stuff and they were. They were marinated in the classics but they also would read the most up to date. You know they'd read. John locke monta slade. Read russo machiavelli. The john adams it was quite taken with. He hated him but he's pretty could talk about south talking about So they were they were they. Were well read. I would not intellectuals because if an intellectual is somebody who sort of studies ideas in order to just feed on ideals and spew out or words that was not them they fed on ideas as a blueprint for action so they were always looking at the constitutions of republics in renaissance italy. Eight with abuse towards. What does this tell me about. What republic and be wet. What the requirements to be republic. What the vulnerabilities of republic how we can create a public place with people rule and don't have king with the people. Where can we find blueprint for. So they looked everywhere and a someone like jefferson was very influenced by the ideas of the alignment. Which would include block. I and others And there were english. A wig writers who were radical in opposing the monarchy. That they were. They were influenced by I i would also add. I think it's very important. If this wasn't an influence with jefferson was with most of the religion it it was as the colonial and revolutionary hero was a very religious decide. It was kind of protestantism that was Was not it embraced. A lot of different denominations definitely promised catholicism was a very very marginal influence at the time of the founding but they saw they felt. This is what surprises like back as they did not think the any conflict between science and religion. They they saw enlightenment and revivalism or religious being going hand in hand so the revolution was defended on secular grounds on religious grounds of the And both reprinted both sets of influences. I think back to your actual question about the influences of different thinkers. I think the idea of christianity the notion of human equality under god the The the idea that the freedom of the will the The notion that that the of the improve ability of the human condition by our own efforts all of these have secular and religious roots. It's fascinating they did not see a conflict. There by and large jefferson was not very warmly disposed. I admit that but But he favoured freedom of religion not the abolition. So i counted brother in that and almost everything jeff stood for in that line has endured so in the great american story again. It's charlie f. o. r. hillsdale dot com or. You could dive deep into these ideas and also find other courses as well that i have I've taken. I took dr arnn introduction aristotle which was awesome and the introduction the constitution class and also the his the introduction of western philosophy is really a phenomenal course. And i tell people that if you dedicate time to this no different than you dedicate time running on a treadmill. You will understand what's happening in the world better and he'll such a phenomenal job with that. So i want to ask you about the genesis of the american revolution The great awakening happened before that. dr arnn would point to. I seventeen sixty six. The end of the french indian war as kind of the beginning of the rumblings of the american revolution. The american revolution was obviously significant worldwide. We count seventeen seventy six as our birthday. Can you talk about what was happening. Leading up to the american revolution in the context of and this is a great example. Charlie of how you have to tell this story because if you don't do it that way it's just not gonna work. It's not gonna make understand that anything. Look the french and indian. War was an instance in which the the a conflict it.
"mcclay." Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show
"And the right to worship and the right to go to church and the right to property the cdc right now is infringing upon due process when it comes to your property because it is unconstitutional. What they are doing with his fiction. Moratorium mcclay the way that we get to a point where enough americans are either advocates for this or compliance enough that they don't even put up the beginnings of a fight is in part through the caricature of those who don't agree. And that's what you've seen all along your. I've talked to people that i know. Honestly i've talked to some leftist about this. How one of my great frustrations was whenever we tried to address in the especially in the early days of this what we had known what we had learned from a long long period of post nineteen eighteen influenza pandemics and infections and just medical global medical community action all around the world and trying to have honest conversations about it. It was your cova denied. You walk grandma almost like a holocaust. You're a co vid denier. Say hold on. A second masks are not something that we have used in mass population for a hundred years despite the various panics over sars over and flus that have come and gone. You want grandma to die and your a science denier and you really saw..
"mcclay." Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show
"To the high heavens over trump for for years and then when he actually got an office he hasn't dismantled trump told us last week he hasn't done any way with any of the tariffs he has it in any way so far actually changed anything now. I think we need to be tougher on china than we already are. And but this is interesting because if you go back maybe what we need in this country in order to actually have a sense of spirit and unity is an enemy right. Because if you think about when america for most of our lives for you and i who were young when we were the most united when did we. When did it happen it happened. We were going toe to toe with with the soviet union and it happened post nine eleven for a relatively small stretch of time. When people we had a direct enemy mcclay enemy we have enemy knows right. Oh no no no. You're thinking about it. Like a reasonable america it well yeah actual enemy that the democrat left has are white male. Well that's true that's way are actually the enemies of society. Now we are the reason this is why you hear all about the white nationalist uprising and overthrow and the insurrectional this the in orwellian terms right the the country so to speak that we've always been at war with in this case. The the group of people are white male republicans if this would be a perfect society of for three dogmatic leftist. If you and me and many many of the folks with us right now hanging out with us did not exist or just cave bent the knee and dino started posting their pronouns everywhere then country would be perfect. God forbid if i ever start posting my pronouns. let me say this to buck. I do think that what has happened is the left is in cahoots with china. Right china has got us all fighting inside of this country with each other all day. And i just keep making it clear. Because i want people to crystallize this. Meanwhile china's punch us in the back of the head every single day all day long and we are not even turning and throwing a punch hardly back at them because we're so idiotically focused on throwing punches at each other. It's a failure. Buck what you got for me. Well first of all megan. Kelly will be joining us in the next hour with both of us we got. We thought it was this hour. It's actually next hour. Yeah so we'll meghan will be at the top of the next hour. We're talking about the The wo- kness critical race theory. Espn's kerfuffle we both like that where we've been using word all these all these things that'd the next hour we'll come back in now with and a few moments here with why the left is clearly. They're nervous about trump and trump is and there are efforts to tear him down before he can really get a full head of steam with all things maga. So we'll come to that in a moment but you know. My family has all these old photographs and my parents used to have those those books you know with the like the cellophane you put the photos in there. And we've got great stuff from when i'm a kid. We even have some old. vhs tapes. Because my dad was that dad at the school plays and a sporting events for my two brothers. My little sister. And i and some family Family reunion stuff. We have over. How do you. I don't have a vhs player anymore and also how do. I make sure that those photographs don't get lost or easily shared and i can enjoy them forever well. My family uses legacy box. Legacy box is so straightforward. It's an effortless way to have your outdated media digitally preserved on a modern format and right. Now they're offering forty percent off so you can ensure your memories are safe for generations. Here's all you do. You pack the stuff you want in a box. That legacy box will send you you. Send it into them. Their team digitises everything by hand. Your old photos your old. Vhs tapes all that and then you can text that photo from thirty years. You can text your wedding photo to your grandkids on your phone. It's amazing once you do this. You realize it's the way to enjoy your memories with your family right now. Legacy box is offering forty percent off. So your family can celebrate meaningful moments at a fraction of the normal price. big visit legacybox dot com slash. Buck that's legacybox dot com slash buck to get started today legacybox.
How Bandon Dunes revolutionized golf
"There aren't many golf courses in the world that are better than Bandon dunes but bannon's lasting legacy isn't as a golf course it doesn't idea. That north. America can have true links golf and even better that it can have remote golf courses that can turn into bucket lists destinations. Plenty of course have followed in. BANDON footsteps like cabot links to Nova Scotia or sand Bali and Wisconsin. It's a movement. But it sure didn't start that way. I'm to chair on today's drop zone. Here's how one course in nowhere Oregon turned into an entire movement all by accident. The story of Bandon, Dunes begins with David McLay Kidd A. Scottish. Twenty six year old who had dreamt of becoming a golf course architect but had no concrete path to making that happen. So back in nineteen ninety, four I was twenty six years old and working for the. Detail in Scotland My father was a the golf courses manager and I was working for the development division of. Detail effectively. And I was hating all the Gulf Bar and I was a wannabe golf course architect type I'd done a couple little things but nothing really of any note. And Mike Kaiser Have Franko Rick Summers who's the current owner of PGA Goldman? Zine And Mike said to rick SARS I've got this piece of land on the Oregon coast a WanNa build on authentic Scottish Irish links experience who you guys she'd higher I'm thinking of hiring you know told Vase Your Jack Nicklaus or Pete Dye or a Rick said will you should hire a Scottish golf course architect if you want something authentic in a Mike Chuckled and said, I, would but the old died one hundred years ago. At this point, it wasn't just mcclay kid who was an unknown the Golf World Mike Kaiser was to. He'd made his money by bringing a fresh mindset to the greeting card business decades before need proven to be a smart businessman. But. That doesn't guarantee any success as a wannabe course developer. As an outsider is first instinct might have been a hire a big name architect someone from the establishment to give his project credibility. But maybe he had it in the back of his mind that fellow outsider would be a more proper fit. So he invites David McLay kidd the remote site on the Oregon coast to check things out. and. So I arrived on the state. With my dad. So holding my hand and we will the sixteen hundred acres I remember. Mike Mike is wasn't there. I'd never ma'am yet. He's a caretaker shorty who even then in the seventeenth was our chaperone for the week. So David and his father walked the property with his caretaker shorty Dow and they're thinking themselves. What if you're doesn't know any better? What if he might hire a no name? But shorty keeps asking mcclay kids, business card and eventually he gives them one. In short, he pulls out a stack of cards. He's recently collected mcclay. Kid realizes that every major golf course architect has walked the same site and I realized that might Kaiser was pretty astute and he was he was looking at every possible option as an architect to do this. This set something off in mcclay kid if he's going to be an underdog, well, he may as well act like one. At that point I think I go a little a fire in my Bailey probably because I realized that this guy was never going to hire me I have anything to show I there was no way I was twenty six. So he's going to hire some big name but Hale I'm not going to leave here with my gender my chest I'm gonNA leave with my hailed high. So I went to the local drugstore I bought a dozen sheets of poster board and a few marker pains and I rule what would now be considered a powerpoint presentation. I did it on poster boards with a Marker Pens And Mike Kaiser flew in a few days later in his private jet with some of the executives from Cambridge sports and some of his buddies and I laid. half a dozen or dot com you remember no posterboards that told Mike Kaiser this rich guy from Chicago with a great piece of land, what it would take to build. A true authentic links course in America, and I did so with kind a little chip on my shoulder because I figured with my relatively limited knowledge of Link School Golf in America that there was nothing authentic I was told Pebble beach was a links course doesn't look like it to me I. I was told you know the latest Gulf course by whichever. PGA Pro you WanNa pick a that was in the mountains of southern California was a links course was the farthest thing from the truth. So when I painted I a scenario to Mike Kaiser I said, Hey, if you really want to build a true links course in America years, what it takes and I had a half a dozen points and there were absolutely critical. Such as. You can't have golf carts. There's no golf carts in the British isles, you walk. There's no fancy clubhouse I on the ocean. That's where you put the best green. The clubhouse is back in a corner. The base land is Gulf. The fairways aren't flat. They're pitching in tumbling. There aren't any lakes. There's no babbling streams. There's no car pass. The grasses we use these old style firm grasses van may even have told him there's no arrogation. Can't quite remember what if I said none on a of the bunkers aren't these or MIBA Cloverleaf shapes there these pulp bunkers. Are there to punish the bowl not to Be Up on the week. And as I went through this explanation of links Gulf. Mike had a wry smile on his face and in his. Cohorts laughed openly I load at the ridiculousness of such thought in the sophisticated Gulf market of the United States. I assume that when my father and I left the very next day, we would never hear from Mike Kaiser Regain are crazy Scottish ideas of goal in America were just that while. American. Goal for would traits all the way to the southern. Shores to play golf in the wind and rain and walk and find themselves in eight. Pulp on Kerr surrounded by facie grasses and pitching fear waste were not a single flat lies available such a scenario could never ever work.
Tantra for High Performance with Victoria Redbard
"As I mentioned in the introduction will be talking about entre for high performance and my pronouncing that correctly Victoria is tawny tra-. Yeah. I like the way act and you sound with your accent. Very. Cool. We're GonNa Fun Conversation Today and I WanNa Know What this New Paradigm leadership looks like. So break it down for us. What does that mean the New Paradigm leadership and what does it look like? It's the kind of a change in the economy know it's like A. With, things have been in this overpowered I'm it's. Like building fair and kind of creating from that place stress on I think that this new pattern is coming through is just like this place of abundance in giving and Really. Comes in where we are in this place of like the love with ourselves and connection to to every pot about like no pot of us get left behind and when we create from that place like awareness that flow site from the expansion of a renewed like organic state is so much that can. Change the way that you know everything that the ripple effect on from there is huge. Do want to really dive into this mentality about abundance versus scarcity because let's be honest. You know twenty thirty years ago. There is some reason as some understanding why people had this scarcity mindset we all like lived in these small towns spread out across the world and it was like well, Hey, if like I opened a car dealership next to the other car dealership like. Like if I sell a car that means he or she's not selling your car like this mindset of scarcity was pretty prevalent in the world, and then of course, the Internet came in changed everything. Now, we just have this opportunity for abundance because there's so many pieces of Pie. In fact, you know there's like all this abundant pieces of the pie for everybody in every niche and that's why I. Love talking to people who are really carved out these specific cool niches in their life and they're able to have an abundance mindset around that. So I really love the world the we've evolved into and I. Want to dive more into this as we kind of have this conversation. But let's go to get into how tantric practices can actually change the way you lead your company like how can we apply? Your expertise in tantric practices for fire nation leading their businesses entrepreneurs love that that she something that I'm really exploring right now I feel like the the major pace of Light Hal i. do things a little differently is like really by trusting in like the energy of Aeros United States like these energy in our body it's like this life force energy is always there and I feel like we get to have a choice with it and I think most the time when people think about our energy like there's like a fear of it you know it's like arousal it's Yet it's kind of like this overriding energy and I think that when we start to gain mosque with, it actually allows us to kind of build on that plane abundance that we just spoke. Oh, so it's likely coming back to that baseline of life thought we come from sex we come from this vibration that is a much deeper than the polarity that that is built around. And often even the way that most people having sex in the world right now is from this place of like not wanting to feel their emotions and wanting to just jump like away from any kind of feeling to do the job. And I feel that. This is really about you know building from. mcclay solves. expansive energy I think one of the reasons why people are so fearful of their Kenji because it is expensive in if we think about like. Times that we felt contracted triggered or. Via and we make decisions in our business from that place. It always kind of leads to like a string on effect of war things going wrong in the business more problems to kind of do with because we've made these decisions were placed feel or as I feel like when we come into this bicycle arousal this kind of. Energy that's actually naturally pumping body and we're not leaving any mess behind. It's someone's like we get into this state so. In the big difference in May when people masturbate pleasure and they kind of just rushing with disco to get little Gaza. Pushing possible without of their emotional body to. His goal so they can have a stress relief. On. The other side of that is when we actually like slowly build the energy in the body and allow the parts of is that have been behind that day possible is it might be vulnerable must. Micro survival scarcity that she kinda come back to ourselves really like a rise from that play when people go into that kind of orgasmic state from the is this You know it's like I would connect into that dot oneness feeling that. Feeling of unity with everything and they're not operating that place of scarcity competition or any of those places, and that locked the non-effective that flows that comes into. Everyday life into your business is huge and he started light bring that every single moment of my life in the way that I describe I'm seth pleasure is to conduct like be with the body in in every moment rather than actually just like going into my body and I'm going to have an orgasm I'm GonNa Pleasure I'm GonNa have arousal right now it's like as she would've out of my body want to be with me. And so it's one of listening to the body and I feel like we saw to do that in a business. Then when not going to be stuck in these making decisions from fear spies or you know thinking like we need to compete against others, we kinda going to be disconnected your essence and entrust for that and You know trust that we're actually really supported moving from that place. I think that's rijn if like everybody was was making business decisions from that kind of expansive flow state when I'm influence, I have the experience like now all my decisions Econo- the right decision is a con. 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Pop Music's Past Is Crowding Out Its Present
"Will host Nate Wilcox and today we're joined by Simon Reynolds the author Retro Mania Pop Culture's addiction to its own past ask Simon Welcome. Thanks for having me on your podcast. It's a pleasure. This book made a big impression on me when it first came out and I'm looking forward to discussing it with you a decade after its publication or not quite a decade. I guess but Close now I can look back at the teens as well as the knots. But the fundamental argument every book which definitely jibed with. What I was feeling intuitively? was that in the beginning direction. You say I'm I'm what am imagining isn't a cataclysm. So much as a gradual wind down this is the white pop ends not with a bang but with a box set whose fourth disc never get around to plane and overprice a price ticket to the track by track. Re staging of the pixies pavement album. You play to death your first year at university if the pulse of now felt weaker with each passing year. That's because in the two thousands. The POP president became evermore crowded out by the past whether in the form of archive memories of yesteryear or retro. Rock leaching off ancient styles. So that's Kinda the thing we wanted to discuss is do you think that's still true I think everything that I write about in Richmond is still still going on Still a lot of reissuing as the festival lineups Overcrowded with people called legacy acts Either accident never a very old. Never stop playing Obama that re reunited because there is this sort of lucrative circuit now for reunion is There's a lot of younger bands who music is a kind of pastiche. Oh pick a mix of things will be all sides and beyond music as you know. TV reboot send and film franchise is based on you know quite old comic books. All beloved films from the seventies you know just endlessly get get anew the Prequel Aura. post-coup added to it So everytime I write about in the book is still going. It doesn't feel as oppressive to me. It feels like this quite a lot. More really contemporary sounding music and very digital sounding music. That feels two thousand and ten minutes. It's five so I wouldn't say I'm quite as gloomy as I was when I wrote the book but at the time writing the bogey felt we were inundated not by the past and it was this sense of. Yeah as I put it in the intro of being over the present been crowded out there. Were all these things competing for your attention and And a lot of emphasis sort of you know people dealing with these new online Al-Qods essentially repub kind of amateur amateur archives. Youtube is kind of amateur. Archive has very current. This minute kind of things in it as well but a lot of youtube content and was especially seemed to be the case in the early days of Youtube was old crap. You know that someone you know someone did a comp- you know someone's GonNa Compilation of beloved TV commercials from Nineteen Seventies UK. Kept some old pop shows as you know. Strange documentaries will never been shown since they were first ad in the in the seventies or eighties. So there it was always rich Israeli which is kind of rich as you could get lost in and That that's still going on but I feel I feel a bit more. I'm excited about music. At least I feel. There is me the fields current united feels like very now and this'll be a little bit past a ton this show airs but just yesterday. We had a controversy on twitter. Billy Irish Pretty young pop. Upswing are not knowing who van Halen was and boomer and Gen Xer van Halen fans just being a gas What did you make that you follow it out? Little Kerfluffle at all is funny on might sort of twitter feed and facebook. Everyone's like I haven't seen anyone like making fun of weather will like. Why should she know who are some of them are like old new wave? Like van Halen was shit anyway so I haven't seen anyone you know maybe moving different circles. I'm I was. I was surprised she had never heard jump. You know because that's on the radio still and it's like an old time American classic classic but Yeah why would she know. Who'd been having? I mean she probably heard and let me read the you know. The name has not stock forever reason. Yeah she's a completely different different generation. I think we probably will see tweet with someone. Says it's like someone in Van. HALEN's Day you know not knowing who Luke Benny Goodman or some sort of swing. Jazz was excise the time difference. You know that seems pretty on the money. Why would a seventeen year old when eighteen year old? Whatever she is now be aware of Finland Particularly didn't it didn't seem like You Know I. I haven't seen mcclay but I got the impression that she was kind of saying. That kind of amused self deprecating way. It wasn't like some got shallow. Shell like where you know So in quarter hour you know you say you're a musician get you've never heard of Eddie. Van Halen's legendary tap fret tapping pinged guitar technique. You know. She says she's the modern Vanhanen but she's from La I live in south South Pasadena and I think Bannon came from Pasadena. She sort of in the you know she's a modern. La Music making making music actually defunding with her brother. The van Halen had two brothers into nine and so she doing interesting new things that are very involved in the now. You know they they that success is is Is using the latest online media through a tick. Talking Elise ways kids find out things. My youngest kid is crazy into the EILLY. So you know it's it's a bright new tomorrow where Van Halen are a little footnote and wash you know. Why should they care? Yeah Yeah I took it as a good sign That your arguments not not that. I'm against your arguments with just that you worrying about in the book that the pass was right now the future and it seems like this current generation of kids who as a parent. It's it's interesting. They have such a different relationship with popular culture than we had as Gen xers a you are in Britain. I was in the states growing up but you know we were soaking and decades of reruns and old movies that were on. TV that we might have anywhere from three three to fifty channels. But still you're flipping through and you're going to see Humphrey Barton and you're gonNA see Benny Goodman. And you're going to see Frank Sinatra and kids today everything they Z.. Is Pretty much selected. And so I'm actually sort of worrying that the musical history is being lost for the new generation. But let's let's stick to the a book though and and how much different stories like for instance a often anecdotally through friends and seeing what their kids into you view is always about how a particular kid eleven ever is just crazy about the Beatles unknown and just just listen to the Beatles so I think it's all for them to discover I. I suspect what it is. Is this thing I write about in the book. kool-aid temporary where the chronology music is. All jumbled up and and on things that are very old that might pop into their world through whatever means sort of things that I'd presence and they don't necessarily have a sense of the chronology Iraq history when I was getting into music. It was a fairly simple chronology rock and roll the Beatles and the stones You Know Glam Rock Bowie Psychedelia before that and then punk and you could sort of understand is only three stages of history that you can get basic you know you can understand the paragraph Really and a few song examples but now the music history so sprawling and Dan things that have been left out of history of been readmitted you know like disco is very celebrated. Now is as an important era music and prog. Ross has been rehabilitated. Is No longer this thing that you know Pumpkin. You I've said was a complete waste land. I grew up with that idea. That was completely. You should go there. I think it's a much more complicated very sincere music history that you had to do a little bit of work if you won't understand it but people pick up on bits of music. Prep some fans will will She listened to Van Halen because of his whole this whole silly cophil full about
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Arizona, Bruce and Pamela Hughes discussed on Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes
"Trump and first lady Melania, Trump addressed several hundred family members and dignitaries in Shanksville Pennsylvania today. That's where forty passengers and crew were killed seventeen years ago today when United flight ninety three crashed during the nine eleven terror attacks,
'In the bull's-eye:' North Carolina orders evacuations as storm nears
"Top story. We're hearing from the family of this surprise teen at the center of an amber alert over the weekend. Police say fourteen year old Opry Gardner was reported missing from her home on Saturday and was with twenty one year old Jonathan Carson the pair were discovered yesterday in Nevada. Gardeners aunt sandy black tells ABC fifteen her niece had been speaking to Carson for at least a month, she shy until you get to know her. And then she opens up and she has your trust. He knew what to say. And he he bring washed her very hard,
Chaos descends as Senate hearing on Trump's high court nominee opens
"Chaotic started to the caviar hearing with protesters and Democrats demanding time to review documents. They were denied champion. I'd like reading. Before we proceed what is the rush? What are we trying to hide by not having the documents out front? The committee chair Chuck Grassley unable to even introducing nominee in the first few minutes of the hearing.
Sixteen ICU nurses nearing maternity leave at Banner Desert in Mesa
"Well one valley hospital is losing a bunch, of nurses, to maternity. Leave sixteen banner desert's ICU nurses are pregnant Rochelle Sherman is one of them and she. Says the supports been great it's not an easy job to be pregnant. In an ICU especially just nice people to talk to I. Think just to get that support. From each other standard desert says. Most of the women are do
Joseph Gill, Genoa Italy and Bob McClay discussed on Dave Ramsey
"Story the death toll from the collapse of a. Highway bridge in Genoa Italy has now risen. To twenty six people fifteen people have been injured Italy's, premier calls the collapses serious wound for
President Trump, Omarosa Manigault Newman and President discussed on Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes
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Kathleen Turner discusses Trump's 'gross' handshake
"A couple of weeks in the midterms this, November we're, lousy with campaign signs right now. We really could rename this the valley of the, sign some cities try to regulate campaign. Signs but freedom of speech usually wins out which, doesn't exactly Lead to freedom to see much, of anything else at some intersections over the last few days somebody or somebody's took action to face the signs of. Some candidates sneaking suspicion this has less to do with, trying to rid us of the signs and more of a wish to rid us of certain candidates someone chopped up Kelli ward sign so that it now reads serve war. US Senate but the piece of resistance I saw, was a modification of a sign for corporation commission candidate, Rodney Glassman he probably now feels a, little bit of a kinship with Kramer from Seinfeld Asni These. Don't belong to me I'm not the ass man I think there's been a mistake All right the twelve year old me, thinks this stuff's funny but the truth is if you're caught, the facing a campaign. Sign you could get more. Than just a few days. In jail a fine and probation Maybe a better punishment would be to force them to listen to a speech from the candidate who signed they, destroyed forty seven. Times at a role there's an incentive by the way ask man is not the worst case of campaign signed tomfoolery, I witnessed in Arizona politics that would have occurred back on July twenty first two thousand ten you see the night before the, rubber inflatable. Dam that used to, hold back the water and Tempe town lake failed and the lake, emptied as the sun rose on a muddy bottomed riverbed what his what Tempe, town lake is without any water political science for that year's midterm election could be seen dotting the. Landscape from. Shore to former shore and somehow I don't think, they were put there to reach scuba diving voters join Jim Sharpe, and Jamie west tomorrow morning at five for zone is morning, news on KTAR news It's five eleven it is a big day in, politics with primaries in four states and a high stakes special election in the buckeyes state tonight all eyes on the high stakes, special election. In Ohio's twelfth district, the race a dead heat in a deep red district President Trump, won this Stitcher in Ohio by eleven points just two years ago. Troy boulders? And come on up and he's throwing his arms around Republican Tori boulder send a two-term state Senator His opponent Thirty-one-year-old Democrats Danny O'Connor ABC's Tara Palmeri we've heard of people complaining about President Trump because. Of a lot of things well now there's. Something else being added to the list now he's being criticized for his handshake in a new interview with Volker actress Kathleen Turner calls Trump's. Handshake gross because he uses his index finger to rub the inside. Of your wrist she claims that Trump, is trying to do some. Kind of seductive intimacy move would the. Handshake Bob, McClay. KTAR news with so many wildfires burning right now in California resources are coming up short Amazonia firefighters are already there helping out. But now firefighters are being brought, in from as far away as, New Zealand, and Australia and active duty soldiers are being trained as firefighters Christians across China have seen their churches rated and their bibles, confiscated amid the eighth easiest ruling communist parties ambitious new effort to dictate, and in, some cases displace the practice A faith coming up on five thirteen and here's what we're working on Sapna indicate TR newsroom it's. A modern twist on the old loss dog poster KTAR's Taylor Kiner. Up has more on how miracle the, county's new partnership is working. To reunite lost pets and their owners Maricopa county's animal Karen controls new partnership with a group called finding Rover is using. Facial recognition software to help relocate pets Jose Santiago with. County animal care and control says the website is simple to use go onto the website finding. River dot, com you upload your pets photo you fill out the information concerning not only, you but your pet as well it's a free service, and the database does the rest. The database then pulls, all the pictures of animals in their system. With similar facial- facial features Santiago says they hope this will ease overcrowding in county shelters live from the newsroom Taylor interrupt KTAR news Hopefully lots more pets. Will be reunited with this all right let's check on your drive home now here's. The tour Dan valley Chevy dealers traffic center it looks like they're still about five freeway snags but all lanes are open that's the important news in this traffic report we've got some right times I'll touch on in a minute. For the east valley but for now southbound what a what Pima freeway at rain tree wreck off to the right southbound one zero one hour for you. You've got a wreck approaching McDowell also off right, and you've got. A crash on the, northbound two zero two red mountain freeway university on ramp. It is also off to, the right broken waterline restrictions along Scottsdale road this afternoon this is going to be in the area of Osborne just south of. Be prepared for restrictions there, and a twenty six minute ride, eastbound ten seventeen split, down to the two. Zero two Santan twenty five minutes on the sixty eastbound I ten east Ellsworth only an extra minute though..
Remains of unidentified boy found at squalid New Mexico compound
"Breaking news and traffic now It's thirty one I'm Becky Lynn here's our top national story this. Hour police made a tragic, discovery at a compound in northern New Mexico KTAR's Bob McClay is live in the news center with the details Becky the towels county, sheriff says the body of a boy has been founded a makeshift compound the police rated last week while looking for missing four year old boy an adult at that, compound Sarraj Bajaj is believed to have left Georgia. With his son Obdulio Ghani three other adults and eleven children were found living. In filthy conditions but Abdul. Ghani was not one of the kids the four adults have been arrested while the children. Were placed, in protective, custody it is not. Yet known if the remains found today are those of the missing child live in the news center Bob McClay. KTAR news a DC insider things President Trump will have the last, laugh if his star is removed from Hollywood's walk of fame ABC political analyst Alex, Castellanos tells zone is morning. News This is great news for, the president takes on the liberal Hollywood establishment it's only a, political plus, the West, Hollywood city council just. Voted to have his star removed it's now up to the city of Los Angeles and the Hollywood chamber of. Commerce to decide whether to move forward Planning to get out of. Town for the holidays don't book just yet Rick, Seaney with fair compared dot com tells Arizona's morning news that it's still a. Little bit early unless you plan to travel the Wednesday before and Sunday after thanksgiving, goes the two. Most expensive days into the busiest days. Of the year she can go ahead and or those tickets now because the only thing you're going to get better bad deal on those days senior suggests waiting another two to three weeks before shopping for Christmas time plane. Tickets new this afternoon Phoenix, police have. Arrested twenty year old if Faneuil as selimo for allegedly killing his girlfriend's. Brother according to court documents and selimo shot at the victim twenty four times on his parked. In his Jeep at a home near nineteenth avenue and union hills drive yesterday he's now facing first degree murder charges Time. To check traffic with Larry Lewis in the valley Chevy dealers, traffic center Becky Lynn we're starting to see delays on the two zero two red mountain westbound you're making your, way over towards. The mini stack watch out for that and. Ten westbound little sloth for you at, a downtown out towards the stack rescue freeway drive not too bad but you do have a crash ninety first avenue watch forum they're going to be north of road traffic brought to you by Christ's church of the valley the center of. Every business organization and church is a culture go find out what theirs looks like. Joined them at Christ Church of the valley unpack, the core beliefs that the Christian faith.
U.S. indicts Ukrainian hackers who stole millions of credit, debit card numbers
"McClay here's our. Top story three Ukrainian nationals are in custody for their alleged role in the hacking, campaign that stole personal information from customers of popular chain, restaurants so Ukrainian nationals were positioned in different countries working for the cybercrime. Group fin seven which targeted the computers. Have US businesses in the restaurant gaming and hospitality industries to, steal, fifteen, million customer credit. And debit cards this is good old fashioned organized crime the FBI's j. tab said the, hackers successfully, penetrated arby's, Chipotle red. Robin and other chains quit records. Said fin seven recruited the hackers by pretending to, be a, legitimate cybersecurity company Aaron Katersky ABC news New York it's a stunning number last year one thousand people died. In crashes on Arizona's roadways. Eight aunts Doug pacey says most of these debts were, preventable because driver behavior is behind ninety percent of the crashes people choose to drive, impaired they choose to speed. Or Drive recklessly they choose to drive distracted they, choose to not wear seat belt these are the major factors in crash. Bay this is the third straight year. That there is on a traffic deaths rose unbuckled drivers and, passengers, make, up almost a quarter of all traffic fatalities we're now hearing what it sounded like on board that arrow, Mexico flight, that crashed, on Jake. Off and Durango Mexico yesterday ABC's. Alec.
Bulk of families separated at U.S.-Mexico border remain apart
"Higher, which purchased your story and then buried it. Trump has denied the affair Cohen is under investigation in part over payments to silence. Women who's claims could have been damaging to Trump's candidacy Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York drivers in Missouri, ever covered the remaining bodies from a duck boat accident zuri state highway patrol sergeant Jason pace confirms divers found and pulled the remaining four bodies from the water bringing the total killed to seventeen while officials have not identified the dead. We do know they include children, elderly people and the driver of the duck boats. They were thirty one people on board including two crew members. The captain of the boat did survive Ryan burrow, ABC news. One person is dead after yesterday's explosion at an army depot in south central Pennsylvania to other employee's remain hospitalized in critical condition. Ten people are hurt in Iowa after twenty seven reported tornadoes ripped through the state demolishing homes and rupturing gas lines. The governor is expected to tour the damage today. More hearings are being held in. San Diego federal court on reuniting families. Who were separated at the border ahead of the hearing the. Federal government saying it his reunited only about fourteen, percent of. The migrant children ages five to seventeen who were separated from their families at the border according pose deadline to reunite one hundred. Percent is less than a week away ABC's Alec stone and a final goodbye to a fallen police officer in Weymouth. Massachusetts Michael Chesney was shot and killed on duty. Sunday you're listening to ABC news Arizona's news station news station KTAR on air ninety two three FM online at KTAR dot com and streaming live, on the KTAR news app. Your, breaking news and traffic now Geno two I'm Bob McClay here's our top story thanks..
Jeff Flake, Chris Coons propose resolution to back US over Russia
"Of an isolated evening storm expected another day of breezes with occasional gusty. Or twenty five miles an hour humidity drops starting Sunday but it's. Getting hotter, highs end, up between, one ten and one fifteen through early next week I'm ABC thirteen meteorologist Irish CEO at seven thirty two it's eighty five degrees in Avondale a Republican Senator from, Arizona has teamed up with the democrat. To try to force a vote to support the intelligence. Communities assessment that Russia did interfere in the 2016 election Republican Senator, Jeff flake democratic Senator. Chris coons will make the case. For their resolution that backs the intelligence. Communities assessment that Russia meddled in the two thousand sixteen. Election the resolution is non binding and also offers a port for the Justice Department's investigation. Into Russia's election interference the resolution. Was introduced after the president summit with Russian. President. Vladimir Putin but it's unclear if a vote on the. Resolution will actually happen, Arlette signs ABC news Capitol. Hill, a former advisor. To President Trump is weighing Being in x. homeland security advisor Tom Bossert says Americans need to be aware of cyber Madeline think it's time for the country to wake, up and realize that, we are in an ongoing low-intensity conflict with multiple nations in San Bossert says Russian meddling is. An attempt to create dischord any road faith, in US. Democratic institutions KTAR is education park. University is opening a campus in downtown Gilbert this fall it will offer a variety of undergraduate and graduate degrees including business education and healthcare Jeff Erlich with parking adversity says they have, a unique, way of. Offering classes we look at these hybrid classes where it might be that you come to class every third time and the other two. Times online groups the first semester starts in October park university already has two campuses in Arizona fewer, babies. Are being born in Arizona our state is half the largest drops in. Births than any other state in the past ten years down twenty. Percent from, one hundred, three thousand, in two thousand seven to just over eighty Eight thousand last year The recession families perceive that the resources needed to support having children was a little bit less secure university of. Arizona college. Of medicine Phoenix, Dr Michael Foley says the immigration, debate played a role delayed women of childbearing age from crossing over from Mexico and having. More and, more children another factor there's an improved sex education. Availability of birth control he says the lower birth rate could, cause a future problem and we're going to have less people help support our baby boomer population which are gonna require by national support from, the social security size and we're gonna have left people contributing to it, because the populations folly Bob McClay KTAR news, loose hospital in timpee no longer offers labor delivery or postpartum services saying they've seen a huge. Drop in baby care All right heads up if. You. Find yourself.