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"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:43 min | 3 months ago

"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on KTOK

"I'm joined now by Ken Paulson, founder of one for all director of the free Speech Centre, Middle Tennessee State University and former editor in chief of U S A. Today, Ken Thanks for spending some time with us and let's start With an overview of the First Amendment. Most people have a general idea of what's included, but there could be some aspects of it they for gotten or didn't even realize were included in the amendment. Absolutely. In fact, surveys show that only 2% of Americans can tell you right now you call him on the phone and ask him what his first Amendment contain on Ly 2% actually, no. Ah, full third of Americans. I don't know. But it doesn't don't know any of the freedoms can't name a single freedom and we live in a nation which, oddly enough, almost every American Can, uh, can recite the pledge of allegiance and for that matter, lead characters on game of Thrones, But we don't know the five freedoms of the First Amendment. We have to remember that way. Back in 17 91 Americans were inventing their own government, essentially on the run, and with 17 18 I know our constitution. But the first generation consider Hey, we're not going to give the government all this power presidency judiciary. Ah legislative branch called Congress Unless you give us some guarantees, So if you promise These promises, if you if you won't search a property if you won't put soldiers in our home during Ah, during peacetime, if you if you allow us to bear arms and above all else, these are most important. We want to worship the god of our choice. Say whatever we want, right? Whatever we want, petition the government for change and assemble together in the town square. Ah, without being shot. No more boss, the Masters. That combination of five freezes the First Amendment, freedom of speech, press, religion, petition and assembly together, give us free expression in this country. And actually, those are the most potent guarantees freedom of expression anywhere in the history of the world, even today, and that leads right into my next question about why Dis amendment was so revolutionary such a game changer the world had never seen something like this before. Correct. Absolutely, you know, we have to remember the most of our country's roots come from countries in which there was either royalty or or some other restrictive form of government. Onda notion that people are born free was actually something that didn't really emerge until several centuries ago. And so the notion that the government would say You know what we have the power and we're going to share it. In fact, you are the power. The power of the people would drive the future of America. And then they built in this fascinating commitment, which was going to make this a more perfect union. We're going to get better. We're involved. And that's been a secret of America because even though our first generation of leaders did not free the slaves We use the power of those five freedoms protest ng to eventually abolish slavery, even though they didn't have the wisdom to give women a full protestation society suffrage. The suffrage movement use the First Amendment to ensure the women had had a vote and a voice. That's been a miracle of America. Those five freedoms allow us the fixed thing. Make things better take a stand for change and make a positive difference. So what are some of the most common misconceptions about freedom of speech? I would think the single most, uh This understood thing about freedom of speech. Is that the first time I'm not only protects us against our government, so the government can't limit what you say. But your employer can the people you associate with can criticize you. There's nothing about the first Amendment that allows you to say things without any social consequence. And and people you know, sort of will say outrageous things or say papal things. Or, Ah, racially insensitive things and it's free speech. Sure you have the right. The government can't stop you from saying something. That's troubling the people around you. That doesn't mean those folks can't take action can ostracised. You can't turn their back on you. That free speech is just a license. But just because, he said, it doesn't mean it's a good thing to say. I'm joined by Ken Paulson, founder of one for all director of the Free Speech Centre of Middle Tennessee State University and former editor in chief of U S A. Today Just following up on that point, talk a little bit about the power of the businesses have To take action against an employee based on something they say. We've certainly seen that recently. People speaking out and offering up their opinion, but then losing their job because of it. Absolutely. We don't have first member writes in a in a workplace. And if you don't believe that I suggest you try to march on your boss tomorrow morning, and I think what happened? The truth is that The only things that protect us from getting fired any day for any reason our protective categories. So you're if they fire you because of your age or your disability or because you're a woman or because you're a member of a minority? All of those things? If that's the reason they fired you, you Khun appeal and filed suit in court, but otherwise Most Americans. If you're 30 year old, non minori male, and they don't like the look of your tie, they can fire you. There's no protection for that. Of course, there are union rules. Some people have contracts. But most Americans are vulnerable to being fired any day Just because Cars. That's it, Andi. So when somebody post something online, that is hi, Randers in the news stories all say that so and so worked at Allstate Insurance. They can fire him. Because he's caused period. They just can fire you have to have a reason. But they would want to fire this person because they embarrassed the company. Associate ID. Ah, ah respected company with racism or sexism. You go overnight. It's that's the way it works in the First Amendment is not gonna help you in any way. What would be an example of the government going too far and crossing a line that potentially puts some form of freedom of speech at risk? Well? In terms of freedom of speech. I think the area that that has AH were most of the litigation occurs right now is actually in public schools. If a student Um if a student wants to wear a T shirt with a political message or want to have a car parked in the parking lot that has like a rebel flag in the back of it. Can a school will limit that behavior. Similarly, we see college campuses. And the good news is if you are these all the time, but they will create what they call a free speech is all a specific place where students want to express their opinion, they have to go. These are areas that are more likely to be to be AH, problematic. Government Clement speech by large so much of this has been litigated. You know, government knows better than to go in and try to muzzle someone standing on a street corner, expressing their opinions. We don't see blatant infringement on free in the speech. Now what we do see increasingly are limits on particularly on assembly, and we've seen that around the country for a couple of months. Now, there are times when the government are intrudes on pretty much Beach press religion in particular, but completely expanded simply..

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"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

07:41 min | 3 months ago

"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"To get things started. I'm joined now by Ken Paulson, founder of one for all director of the free Speech Centre, Middle Tennessee State University and former editor in chief of U S. A. Today can thanks for spending some time with us and let's start. With an overview of the First Amendment. Most people have a general idea of what's included, but there could be some aspects of it they for gotten or didn't even realize were included in the amendment. Absolutely. In fact, surveys show that only 2% of Americans can tell you right now you call him on the phone and ask him. What is First Amendment contained on Ly, 2% actually know, a full third of Americans. I don't know. Doesn't don't know any of the freedoms can't name a single freedom and we live in a nation which, oddly enough, almost every American Can, uh, can recite the pledge of allegiance and for that matter, the lead characters on game of Thrones, But we don't know the five freedoms of the First Amendment. We have to remember that way back in 17 91. Americans were inventing their own government, essentially on the run, and with 17 18. I know our constitution. But the first generation consider Hey, we're not going to give the government all this hour President the judiciary legislative branch called Congress unless you give us some guarantees, So if you promise These promises if you if you won't search your property if you won't put soldiers in our home during Ah, during peacetime, if you if you allow us to bear arms and above all else, these are most important. We want to worship the god of our choice. Say whatever we want, right? Whatever we want, petition the government for change and assemble together in the town square. Without being shot. No more box the Masters. That combination of five freezes the First Amendment, freedom of speech, press, religion, petition and assembly together, give us free expression in this country. And actually, those are the most potent guarantees freedom of expression anywhere in the history of the world, even today, and that leads right into my next question about why this amendment was so revolutionary such a game changer. The world had never seen something like this before. Correct. Absolutely, You know, we have to remember that most of our country's roots come from countries in which there was either royalty or or some other restrictive form of government. Onda notion that people are born free was actually something that didn't really emerge until several centuries ago. And so the notion that the government would say You know what we have the power and we're going to share. In fact, you are the power, but the power of the people would drive the future of America. And then they built in this fascinating commitment, which was going to make this a more perfect union. We're going to get better when evolve. And that's been the secret of America because even though our first generation of leaders did not treat the slaves We use the power of those five freedoms protest ng to eventually abolish slavery. Even though they didn't have the wisdom to give women a full participation society suffrage. The suffrage movement use the First Amendment to ensure that women had had a vote and a voice. That's been a miracle of America. Those five freedoms allow us the fixed thing. Make things better take a stand for change and make a positive difference. So what are some of the most common misconceptions about freedom of speech? I would think the single most Misunderstood thing about freedom of speech. Is that the first time I'm not only protects us against our government? The government can't lend of what you say. But your employer can the people you associate with can criticize you. There's nothing about the first Amendment that allows you to say things. Without any social consequences. And and people, you know, Sort of will say outrageous things or say hateful things. Or, ah, racially insensitive things and say three speech. Sure you have the right to government can't stop you from saying something. That's troubling the people around you. That doesn't mean those folks can't take action can ostracised. You can't turn their back on you. That free speech is just a license. But just because, he said, it doesn't mean it's a good thing. I'm joined by Ken Paulson, founder of one for all director of the Free Speech Centre of Middle Tennessee State University and former editor in chief of U S A. Today Just following up on that point, talk a little bit about the power of the businesses have To take action against an employee based on something they say. We've certainly seen that recently. People speaking out and offering up their opinion, but then losing their job because of it. Absolutely. We don't have first member writes in a in a workplace. And if you don't believe that I suggest you try to march on your boss tomorrow morning and see what happened. Of the truth is that the only things that protect us from getting fired any day for any reason. I protected categories. So you're if they fire you because of your age or your disability or because you're a woman or because you're a member of a minority? All of those things If that's the reason I fired you You can appeal and filed suit in court, but otherwise Most Americans. If you're a 30 year old nonminority male, and they don't like the look of your tie, they can fire you. There's no protection for that. Of course, there are union rule. Some people have contracts, but most Americans Are vulnerable to being fired any day just because because that's it. And so when somebody post something online that is higher and urging the news stories all say that Don't so worked at Allstate Insurance. I'll stake and fire him because he's caused period. They just can fire. You have to have a reason. But they would want to fire this person because they embarrassed the company. Associate ID. Ah, respected company with racism or sexism. You could go overnight. It That's the way it works in the First Amendment is not gonna help you in any way. What would be an example of the government going too far and crossing a line that potentially put some form of freedom of speech at risk? Well? In terms of freedom of speech. I think the area that that has AH, were mostly litigation occurs right now is actually in public schools. If a student Um if a student wants to wear a T shirt with a political message, or wants to have a car parked in the parking lot That has like a rebel flag in the back of it. Can a school limit that behavior? Similarly, we see college campuses. And the good news is if you are these all the time, but they will create what they call a free speech is all a specific place where students want to express their opinions. They have to go. Um these are areas that are more likely to be Um, to be. Ah, problematic. Government limits speech by liars. So much of this has been litigated. You know, government knows better than to go in and try and muzzle someone standing. On a street corner, expressing their opinions. We don't seem blatant infringement on free in the speech. Now what we do see increasingly are limits on particularly on assembly, and we've seen that around the country for a couple of months now. There are times when the government are intrudes on primo speech, press religion in particular, but slightly expanded simply..

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"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

08:01 min | 3 months ago

"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Resulting from the corona virus pandemic and steps you can take to minimize frustration and anxiety. To get things started. I'm joined now by Ken Paulson, founder of one for all director of the free Speech Centre, Middle Tennessee State University and former editor in chief of U S A. Today Ken Thanks for spending some time with us and let's start With an overview of the First Amendment. Most people have a general idea of what's included, but there could be some aspects of it they for gotten or didn't even realize were included in the amendment. Absolutely. In fact, surveys show that only 2% of Americans can tell you right now you call him on the phone and asked them. What is First Amendment contain on Ly 2% actually, no. Ah, full third of Americans. I don't know. Doesn't don't know any of the freedoms can't name a single freedom and we live in a nation which, oddly enough, almost every American Can. Ah ah can recite the pledge of allegiance and for that matter lead characters on game of Thrones, But we don't know the five freedoms of the First Amendment. We have to remember that way. Back in 17 91 Americans were inventing their own government, essentially on the run, and with 17 89 around our Constitution. But the first generation consider Hey, we're not going to get the government all this power presidency Judiciary legislative branch called Congress unless you give us some guarantees. So if you promise These promises, if you if you won't search a property if you won't put soldiers in our home during Ah, during peacetime, if you if you allow us to bear arms and above all else, these are most important. We want to worship the god of our choice. Say whatever we want, right? Whatever we want, petition the government for change and assemble together in the town square. Without being shot. No more boss the Masters. That combination of five freezes the First Amendment, freedom of speech, press, religion, petition and assembly together, give us free expression in this country. And actually, those of the most potent guarantees freedom of expression anywhere in the history of the world, even today, and that leads right into my next question about why Dis amendment was so revolutionary such a game changer the world had never seen something like this before. Correct. Absolutely, you know, we have to remember the most of our country's roots come from countries in which there was either royalty or or some other restrictive form of government. Onda notion that people are born free was actually something that didn't really emerge until several centuries ago. And so the notion that a government would say you know what we have the power and we're going to share. In fact, you are the power that the power of the people would drive the future of America. And I'm a built in this fascinating commitment, which was going to make this a more perfect union. We're going to get better when evolve. And that's been the secret of America because even though the first generation of leaders did not free the slaves We use the power of those five freedoms protest ng to eventually abolish slavery. Even though they didn't have the wisdom to give women a full participation society suffrage. The suffrage movement use the First Amendment to ensure the women had had a vote and a voice. That's been a miracle of America. Those five freedoms allow us to fix things, make things better take a stand for change and make a positive difference. So what are some of the most common misconceptions about freedom of speech? I would think the single most Ah This understood thing about freedom of speech is that the first time having only protects us against our government? So the government can't lend of what you say. But your employer can the people you associate with can criticize you. There's nothing About the first Amendment that allows you to say things without any social consequences. And and people you know, Sort of will say outrageous things or say hateful things or, ah, racially insensitive things and it's free speech. Sure you have the right government can't stop you from saying something. That's troubling the people around you. That doesn't mean those folks can't take action can ostracised. You can't turn their back on you. That free speech is just a license. But just because, he said, it doesn't mean it is a good thing to say. I'm joined by Ken Paulson, founder of one for all director of the Free Speech Centre of Middle Tennessee State University and former editor in chief of U. S. A. Today Just following up on that point, talk a little bit about the power of the businesses have to take action against an employee based on something they say. We've certainly seen that recently, People speaking out and offering up their opinion, but then losing their job because of it. Absolutely. We don't have first member writes in a in a workplace. And if you don't believe that, I suggest you try to march on your boss tomorrow morning and see what happened. Uh, the truth is that The only things that protect us from getting fired any day for any reason our protective categories. So you're if they fire you because of your age or your disability or because you're a woman or because you're a member of a minority? All of those things? If that's the reason I fired you, you Khun appeal and filed suit in court, but otherwise Most Americans. If you're 30 year old, non minori male, and they don't like the look of your tie, they can fire you. There's no protection for that. Of course, there are union rules. Some people have contracts with most Americans are vulnerable to being fired any day Just because Because that's it. And so when somebody post something online, that is hi Randers in the news stories all say that so and so worked at Allstate Insurance. I'll stay can fire him. Because he's caused period. They just can fire. They don't have to have a reason. But they would want to fire this person because they embarrassed the company. Associate ID Ah, respected company with racism or sexism. You could go overnight. It's that's the way it works in the First Amendment is not going to help you in any way. What would be an example of the government going too far and crossing a line that potentially puts some form of freedom of speech at risk? Well? In terms of freedom of speech. I think the area that that has, uh we're mostly litigation occurred right now is actually in public schools. If a student Um if a student wants to wear a T shirt with a political message, or wants to have a car parked in the parking lot That has like a rebel flag in the back of it. Can a school limit that behavior? Similarly, we see college campuses. And the good news is if you are these all the time, but they will create what they call a free speech is all a specific place where students want to express their opinion, they have to go. These are areas that are more likely to be to be AH, problematic or government clinic speech by large so much of this has been litigated. You know, government knows better than to go in and try to muzzle someone standing on a street corner expressing their opinions. We don't see blatant infringement on free in the speech. Now what we do see increasingly Our limits perfectly on assembly, and we've seen that around the country for a couple of months. Now, there are times when the government intrudes on Primo Beach press religion in particular, but completely expanded simply. I'm joined by Ken Paulson, founder of one for all director of the Free speech Center at Middle Tennessee State University and former editor in chief of the U. S. A. Today Let's talk about protest.

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"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:38 min | 3 months ago

"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Center at Middle Tennessee State University and former editor in chief of U S. A. Today can thanks so much for taking some time to chat with us again this evening, and last time you were on when we talked about the First Amendment, and you explained it. Some people hit me up, and they didn't realise all that was included in the First Amendment. So let's start there with an overview of the First Amendment. Absolutely. In fact, surveys show that only 2% of Americans can tell you right now you call him on the phone and ask him what his first Amendment contained on Ly 2% actually, no. Ah, full third of Americans. I don't know. But it doesn't don't know any of the freedoms can't name a single freedom and we live in a nation which, oddly enough, almost every American Can, uh, can recite the pledge of allegiance and for that matter, lead characters on game of Thrones, But we don't know the five freedoms of the First Amendment. We have to remember that way back in 17 91. Americans were inventing your own government, essentially on the run, and with 17 89 around our constitution. But the first generation consider Hey, we're not going to give the government all this power presidents, the judiciary legislative branch called Congress unless you give us some Garrity So if you promise These promises, if you if you won't search our property if you won't put soldiers in our home during Ah, during peacetime, if you if you allow us to bear arms and above all else, these are most important wouldn't wanna worship the god of our choice. Say whatever we want, right? Whatever we want, petition the government for change and assemble together in the town square. Ah, without being shot. No more boss, the Masters. That combination of five reasons. The First Amendment, freedom of speech, press, religion, petition and assembly together, give us free expression in this country. And actually, those of the most potent guarantees freedom of expression anywhere in the history of the world, even today, and that leads right into my next question about why this amendment was so revolutionary such a game changer. The world had never seen something like this before. Correct. Absolutely, you know, we have to remember the most of our country's roots come from countries in which there was either royalty or or some other restrictive form of government. Onda notion that people are born free was actually something that didn't really emerge until several centuries ago. And so the notion that a government would say you know what we have the power and We're going to share. In fact, you are the power. But the power of the people would drive the future of America. And then they built in this fascinating commitment, which was going to make this a more perfect union. We're going to get better. We're never evolve. And that's been a secret of America because even though the first generation of leaders did not free the slaves We use the power of those five freedoms protest ng to eventually abolish slavery. Even though they didn't have the wisdom to give women a full participation society suffrage. The suffrage movement use the First Amendment to ensure that woman had had a vote and a voice. That's been a miracle of America. Those five freedoms allow us to fix thing. Make things better take a stand for change and make a positive difference. So what are some of the most common misconceptions about freedom of speech? I would think the single most Ah Misunderstood thing about freedom of speech. Is that the first time I'm not only protects us against our government? The government can't limit what you say. But your employer can the people you associate with can criticize you. There's nothing about the first Amendment that allows you to say things without any social consequences. And and people, you know, Sort of will say outrageous things or say hateful things. Or, ah, racially insensitive things and say three speech. Sure you have the right. The government can't stop you from saying something. That's troubling to people around you. That doesn't mean those folks can't take action can ostracised you can't turn your back on your free speech is just a license. But just because, he said, it doesn't mean it's a good thing. I'm joined by Ken Paulson, founder of one for all director of the Free Speech Centre of Middle Tennessee State University and former editor in chief of U. S. A. Today Just following up on that point, talk a little bit about the power of the businesses have to take action against an employee based on something they say. We've certainly seen that recently, People speaking out and offering up their opinion, but then losing their job because of it. Absolutely. We don't have first member writes in a in a workplace. And if you don't believe that I suggest you try to march on your boss tomorrow morning. What happened? Of the truth is that the only things that protect us from getting fired any day for any reason are protected categories. So you're if they fire you because of your age or your disability or because you're a woman or because you're a member of a minority? All of those things. If that's the reason I fired you, you Khun appeal and filed suit in court, but otherwise Most Americans. If you're 30 year old nonminority male, and they don't like the look of your tie, they can fire you. There's no protection for that. Of course, there are union rules. Some people have contracts. But most Americans are vulnerable to being fired any day Just because Because that's it..

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"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:28 min | 5 months ago

"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Good afternoon it is three o'clock I'd be able to further with your top stories their job in the Minneapolis police officers seen kneeling on George Floyd's neck until we can breed has been arrested and Evan county attorney Mike Freeman have been charged with third degree murder we are in the process of continuing to review the evidence there may be subsequent charges later meanwhile a CNN crew was arrested in Minneapolis while conducting a live television report on rioters angered over the death of George Floyd the news crew was released after about an hour Minnesota's democratic governor Tim Walz addressed the issue while speaking to reporters I am deeply apologetic that this happened I understand that the community would believe if this were targeted I have as I told Jeff Zucker president of CNN I don't care at this point what the circumstance was why they got arrested it is wrong it is unacceptable we needed to correct it in other news coronavirus shutdowns across the U. S. brought the nation's economy to a near total freeze state cast amount says the federal government released consumer spending data for the month of April that showed just how deep the impact was there was a thirteen point six percent drop in consumer spending in April according to the bureau of economic analysis that equates to one point eight trillion dollars it was the largest month to month decline since the B. E. A. began tracking the data in nineteen fifty nine it followed a six point nine percent drop in the month of March your home there is a new order requiring all Tennessee nursing home residents and staff be tested for covert nineteen by June thirtieth governor Lee in the unified command say failure to comply will be considered a serious deficiency which could result in loss of license and fines they say it's necessary with people living in long term care facilities making up nearly forty percent of all covert nineteen related deaths in Tennessee meanwhile a code nineteen task force is recommending changes to campus life at middle Tennessee state university this fall one of the recommendations is to end the fall semester at thanksgiving all finals will be taken remotely are now summer classes will continue remotely but a phased in return to work plan starts June sixteenth for faculty and staff can weaver W. T. N. news that's the latest news brought you by duck duck go traffic and weather next what with all the overtime our appliances have been taking on these last.

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"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

02:03 min | 7 months ago

"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"And I'm the coach and let's see it's two thousand twelve at school. I'm Um just kept it. Local as opposed to eastern Michigan. Somebody correct correct as what? Are you trying to meddle? I found out. Who Middle Tennessee State University was because of NCAA like oh seven or something like that. Like that's how I discovered some. Yeah that's how I discovered some of these smaller schools and it was before man. I'm trying to remember if it was before you had a football team or not like I remember. Just one day looking at somebody. I'm like Oh my God like I used to play with. That team is a joke so long ago. I wonder how many people have played with my school as a joke because they just do the random like sift through once you reach. I don't know if you guys have done this with people that your friends that you played with or whatever but once you reach a certain level and you guys like on equal playing fields more or less. You don't pick like the great schools like you don't pick on highest state or something like that because you see it and you're like that's annoying so you do the thing where you you just hold it down and it scrolling really fast and like you know three which stop and then you have to is. Yeah I wonder how many pigs my school the same way discover like Oh my God then of course when you pick one of those schools you immediately just start going through like after the first series like. Oh my God like this. School is all like it's time to start scouring the depth chart and see what kind of like punt returner has a speed of ninety five and like a strength of sixty that I could just plug in as a quarterback straight up. It's time to run the ball like John. You option tied. Oh God that's why like Ncaa better than that. And because of the option like good at running the option album terrible at it I was always the best option. Really you just have to. You know exactly the right time.

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"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"And Anthony O Neil Ramsey personalities and bestseller. But there's four or five things you can do if you want to avoid debt, and you're going to college, and you don't have any or don't have much money. Okay. The biggest thing number one thing by far, and it really trumps all the others is college choice. Where he chooses to go to school will affect his finances for the rest of his life. And it is if you don't have a lot of money choosing to go to super expensive school is straight up stupid because there's no ROI on it. There's no proof that wear you go to school causes you to be successful. There's not any research that says that there's a lot of snobs that believe it, but it doesn't really turn out that way out here in the real world. So going to an end state state school in state tuition is usually your best bet pricewise if he can get scholarships or something that's fine. I don't care where he goes. I'm not against those other schools, it you just can't afford to pay fifty or sixty thousand dollars a year when he can go in your state for ten thousand dollars a year. And so you pick, and that's that's how much difference there is it's it's bizarre. How expensive some of these places are? So college selection is number one in a sub subcategory of that is it doesn't hurt anything to do the first year or even two at the local community college for two thousand dollars a year and get your basics out of the way. You wanna do careful planning and make sure they are going to transfer to your to your field of study. And to you the university that you intend to go to, but I went to Mt. SU university the middle Tennessee State university, my first year of college and I transferred the inverse of Tennessee for the following three years back in those days. Mt issue was one third the cost, and I stayed at home and drove back and forth..

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"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"Now, some of that was a lot of that was I think his temperament and the persona had had to do with it too though. All right. Finally, Bruce remember last week. Somebody a road in asking is it middle Tennessee or middle Tennessee State, and I kind of have jokingly said like maybe there s ideal right in. Well, he didn't but one of the other schools from conference USA did Jordan step. Yes, idea North Texas whose Email whose name shows up in my inbox pretty much every day during football season. Hey stew in Bruce. Hope you're well. Just listened to your lace up. So the won't wants pass Longwood. I know about the appropriate terminology for middle Tennessee, I have attached when he attached document. That's an official document from CompUSA to answer the question. If you're talking about the university it has middle Tennessee State university. If you're referring to the football program, it's middle Tennessee with abbreviations for stat abbreviations. Mt or Mt. Issue is definitely confusing, but we refer to them on schedules in stories on graphics as middle Tennessee, and I've never had my counterparts in Murphy's borough. Ask us to switch that up. So good. We have resolved it middle Tennessee in our world there middle Tennessee in academia, they are middle Tennessee State university. Can we get an answer on Bucharest's? That one we could probably do are you ready for March madness, my friend by the time we come back on this podcast next week brackets will be out March madness and Becky little of enough. It's the most wonderful time of the year. I will admit I've watched less college basketball this year than at any point since I became a sports fan. But I'm still looking forward to the tournament. And I'm not so our audience is not listening to us for college basketball. No, we will not kneel not shower. You would I don't do bracket Taj anymore. I think when I did we would occasionally I would occasionally pop up on here. And then a couple of weeks I'll be hitting the road for spring football. I know you will as well. So it'll be cool to get out there and see some teams and be able to report some actual firsthand nuggets. Here back on the podcast for it's to what's the mail bag address. You tell me my let's see if you forgot you want to see if I forgotten the mailbag I address it's the audible pod at gmaiLcom. Good ones. Do. Okay. We'll see you next time. If you haven't done so already please subscribed. The audible on apple podcast Google play. Spotify. Wherever you get your podcast, leave us a five star review while you're at it. It helps get the word out. Thanks to trader Joe's being are presenting sponsor, our producer is Nick think our theme song is dangerous by Kevin in the octave. You can download their music on I tunes. Spotify. Follow me stew at S. L Mandel on

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"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"Experience. So we sent her the organic waste list from both restaurants and all the chefs had conversations with her. And then she sent back all of the different things that we could do with all of our waste came into the restaurant in. Literally trained us how to process in us twenty pounds of us citrus. What can we do with that? And it's amazing like we now take all of our spent wine and converted into vinegar. We have six car boys going now a vinegar and trying to use everything that we can to the thing. I really love about that is again pasteurization, right? You can go and buy beautiful vinegars. They're all pasteurized. They're not raw. They don't really have the level of a CDC acid and health properties in them that these that real vinegar does and that one thing it changed the way we do everything in our restaurants, simply by learning how to make vinegar so that has been such a rewarding experience seeing all of my cooks and everyone front of house and back of house completely engaged in that process. Now, unlike those smell help funky this is you know, and like really getting into the way that things are in. Should be not being freaked out by something a little bit Brown on a piece of on an apple eat it. Anyway, I'm pointing to my teenager, and and just really trying to get back to the, smells and sights and sounds that used to be acceptable to us as human beings with food. It's hard to do in a restaurant because everybody wants everything to be perfect. So we're hoping we can move things in that direction and eat that goes back to what you said roots? Yeah, I mean, pickling and fermentation what's you know, older than that in. The most exciting Butterball being in this industry is how diverse the industry is. I mean, you meet people you talk to people from. From all over the world. And and that's something which we're very excited at more feminine given the team that we have we make it a point that they are these constant conversations where we are talking about. How can we go back to things that will being done, and which were effective, and it is it's constant RND? And I think it makes people so excited because the conversation starts so that is something we'd definitely have been doing and be it fulmination chilly in in our brewery. We have partnered with empty SEO, and we are going to be a part of the fomentation program who did you partner with empty SU middle Tennessee State university. So so it's exciting that we are having these conversations and then coming up with things, and there are a lot of things would just own work. Absolutely. I mean, there's a lot of things which a really really funky, and they really don't work. But that's fine. We tried it. And then we just go ahead. And move on a head and in terms of technology. Again, we want to use technology to to help optimize what we are doing. Not to go ahead and reduce the number of people who are working or to to make sure that you know, two or three positions are gone. Absolutely not. We just we want people who are working. You know, this industry is notorious for long ours. Absolutely. We love it. But we want people to have a fuller life in oh, give as much time to work as to family as to yourself and technology will help us doing that. So those are a couple of things that we're doing over here at more. That's a great thing you bring up, you know, embracing technology, but making sure the technology doesn't make all these jobs disappear, which we definitely don't want to do. I was some of you probably heard me tell the story on the radio show, but I was at a finance conference three years ago, and it was seventy five people in the room, and there were five women in the room. And it was me. Erin McKenna from baby cakes a lot of you know, her and three other people, and they were talking about taxes and lobbying and how fast can we replace people with ipads that was the conversation. And I just remember thinking if the numbers were flipped, and it was seventy women and five guys in that room. We would not be talking about how fast we could replace people with ipads..

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"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

09:10 min | 2 years ago

"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Make sure that you are taking us with you wherever you go. I love it being able to have it with you. Eight five five two one two four CBS is the number. Sometimes winning is losing what I'll explain Gary and rocky top Tennessee joins us next that Gary is rocky top Tennessee, actually, a place. Yeah. Actually, you know, we were afraid to Knoxville's rocky topic. I know that I know that there's actually a town close to Knoxville they changed his name to rocky top. So there. Basil. Rocky top. Yeah. Here's a couple of questions about these meals. Bogies? First of all, we love you here. Lock it out, by the way. Thank you, buddy. All these names released ridiculous sponsors, do they still them for NASCAR. That's my first question that could be you know, what it might be. I don't know where the sponsors come from. And I look it's great. If people wanna play bowls just don't tell me that there any good their lousy game. These are lousy teams playing in lousy gates. But the college football writers, they try so desperately to convince you 'cause they're dying for content. They're like, oh, these games are great look at this football. It's so great to have football. It's like it's like watching peewee football. It's terrible. Hey, here's the second question. Now. Let's go, let's suppose, you're the middle linebacker for middle Tennessee State university and the highlight of your sports career, your sports five fifty right about someday to your grandchildren is that you got the pain Dunkin donuts buy one get one free bowl, and you may to tackles during that both your view as a human have you had the human being failed in life. If that's a no, no, no. You know, what you are at that point? Thanks for your call, buddy. And we love you. We love rocky top to hear your know what you are at that point is your Al Bundy. You're Al Bundy. And if you didn't watch married with children, you know, the fabulous Ed O'Neill, your Al Bundy at that point. If the highlight of your sports career is I had a four tackle game in the point Setia bowl, by the way points Setia. Poinsettias? Anthony, what are those red flowers at Christmas? I can tell you John. What is it there a sign of love their poinsettias, though? Oh, I don't know the name. Well, I keep hearing points set. I'm not a big flower guy. You're not a big flower guided, by the way, if you have if if anyone you know has a cat. Or a dog don't get them appoint center because they are this is our poisonous really their poisonous. If they would if like if a if a cat went to town on a point city it could kill the cat. Now. I'm not telling people if you don't like cats to bring over point SETI and wipe out the cat. Yes. So don't miss the point and cats dogs, though, I will not get the person's name on the air because I love them. And I'm going to that I know of someone who spent like four thousand dollars to try to save their sweet seriously. And because they bought these flowers is that report Setia poisoning. And they spent like four thousand dollars to save the cat. And now you want the punchline of the story. I do it wasn't their cat. They were cat sitting all really. And they were trying to save the life of this cat that they were cat sitting. And it ended up with like a four thousand dollar realized cat is alive the cat's alive. So that's the great story. Okay. Anybody who thinks it's a bad story about like poisoning cats the cat's alive. Did they realize they poisoned the cat though? They realized that what it was from. But it was the cat sitters who poisoned the cat or with the cats that are now the cat sitters had poinsettias brought them over though. Now, they had them at their house and the cat was being sat at their place. Wow. Oh boy. Yeah. Not good. Now that good you don't want a four thousand dollar Bill Christmas. Now. Now, you don't really wanted someone else's. Own cat. But for someone like you said, you're just really dumb. I think I have I I'm not sure, but I may have waited for the for the cats expire, I may have I'm not saying that I would have. But I may have sometimes losing is winning. And it's the situation I'm in as a fan today. I saw my team win the Super Bowl last year. Some really happy. In fact, it's this year was this calendar year. It just seems like it was twenty five years ago. But. Sometimes winning is losing. And not winning meaningless games. Today. Like my eagles play the Rams. There's no reason to win this game. And there's no reason to win next week's game against Houston. For the Atlanta Falcons three games to go horrendous season for the falcons playing playing absolutely terrible football playing the Arizona Cardinals today in a home game. Then honestly, if you put two falcons tickets underneath your windshield, wipers this morning outside Mercedes Benz stadium. You're gonna come back later and there's going to be four. Nobody wants to watch the falcons play the Arizona Cardinals. Now if my kid was misbehaving in school. I might take her down. There maker just watch four quarters of it. That'll teacher start acting right behavior. There's no reason for the falcons, why are you? Why would you even want to win? Why would you want to win another game? Now, I promise you professional athletes are tanking. Whenever I hear about tanking in the NFL. It's preposterous. Tanking in the NBA is a different animal because of the fact that the manipulation the actual manipulation of a coach with five guys on the court what they can do. In the NFL. You're not getting a bunch of guys to throw a game or do something like that. That's not happening. You get too many guys with pride too many guys that want to win and they're worried about where the next paychecks come from because they only get sixteen games to show what they're about. So it's going to be a bit of an issue for them. They're they're gonna they're gonna be trying. They're going gonna be trying really hard. And if you are a fan of the eagles fan of the falcons there are other teams in the same boat. Sometimes you win by losing. And yes, this is going to be one of the deepest defensive drafts in the history of the NFL, and I believe by the time February and March comes around people will be telling you this is the deepest defensive draft. They've ever seen. Do you want to be waiting for other people to make their move before you make your move or you cosmetically trying to win games in a season? That's already lost. Genn birds of prey like the eagles the falcons you stunk this year. Do you really what are you really really wanting to win? Is that what you wanna do? You really want to be down the draft board more. See you got to wait. And you got to watch other people make their choices. Or maybe do you wanna pick from the four best defensive players available or do you want to pick from the two of the remaining for best defensive players available saying it always goes in order that the guy taken I is the best. But wow. Meaningless games, try to Padua record the care about that. Or not. You're trying to win championships. That's what it's about for an NFL franchise. Think of what helps you get to that goal faster? And if you're smart, you know, what I just said that losing sometimes is winning Elissa roses with us. Eliza. I won't apologize. My finger button pushing sometimes gets a little haywire. So glad to have you. Glad to have your board this morning. Thanks so much. I'm excited to be here. And a Sunday ahead. You I heard you got up at two thirty eight dead and two thirty Anthony, what's how do you get up? Get up. How do you get up to do this show? I woke up today I woke up at two o'clock today. So I wake up at four thirty five is I'm pretty close to the studios. That's that's a little bit different to be on the quick elicit. You're gonna find out that the JK show doesn't require that kind of preparation. You're gonna fuck you're gonna find out is I heard you went to bed at three thirty yesterday. So and I'm only a ten minute Uber from. But like give myself time to wake up in my surroundings and be able to type in c thinks me longer than others. Okay. If these guys in any way act out of line just want to remind you that you just reach out to me, and I will take care of them. Because these are like sons to me with McCain Anthony and dad will take the behind the woodshed if they are not total gentlemen at all times and everything. So just so, you know, you're under my complete protection light work on the show, and I will make sure that I push all the right buttons. So welcome aboard illicit glad to have you with us. Thank you. All right. We're gonna have a fun day today. And I will keep the phone lines open for you at eight five five two one two four CBS. So you can get your thoughts in because I want to hear from eight five five two one two four CBS Amy Trask from that other pregame show on CBS sports network tops and NFL analyst joins us coming our way next one of my favorites. It's the Jackie Keisha. CBS sports radio. Here's a Lissa rose..

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"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Make sure that you are taking us with you wherever you go. I love it being able to have it with you. Eight five five two one two four CBS is the number. Sometimes winning is losing what I'll explain Gary and rocky top Tennessee joins us next. Now. Gary is rocky top Tennessee, actually, a place. Yeah. Actually. Yeah. We were to Knoxville's rocky topic. I know that I know that there's actually a town close to Knoxville changes thing to rock your top. Wow. Basil rocky top. Yeah. Here's a here's a couple of questions about these meals boulder. First of all, we love you here. Lock you down by the way. Thank you, buddy. The ball. These are these ridiculous sponsors do they feel in for NASCAR. That's my first question that could be you know, what it might be. I don't know where the sponsors come from. I look it's great. If people wanna play bulls just don't tell me that there are any good their lousy games. Yeah. These are lousy teams playing in lousy gates, but the college football writers, they try so desperately to convince you 'cause they're dying for content. They're like, oh, these games have great look at this football. It's so great to have football. It's like it's like watching peewee football. It's terrible. Hey, here's the second question. Now, let's go let's suppose, you're the middle linebacker for middle Tennessee State university and the highlight of your sports career. You're fifty right about someday your grandchildren is playing Dunkin donuts buy one get one free, and you may to tackle during. Oh, then you're. Have you had the human being failed life? If that's a no, no, no. You know, what you are at that point? Thanks for your call, buddy. And we love you. We love rocky top to hear your know what you are at that point is your Al Bundy. You're Al Bundy. And if you didn't watch married with children, you know, at the fabulous that O'Neill your Al Bundy at that point. If the highlight of your sports career is I had a four tackle game in the point Setia bowl, by the way, poinsettias. Poinsettias? Anthony, what are those red flowers at Christmas? I can tell you John w what is it there a sign of love their poinsettias, though. Oh, I don't know the name. Well, I keep hearing points set. Not a big flower guy. You're not a big flower guided, by the way, if you have if you if anyone you know has a cat. Or a dog don't get them appoint center because they are this poinsettias are poisonous really their poisonous. If if like if a if a cat went to town on the point said, he could kill the cat. Now. I'm not telling people if you don't like cats to bring over point SETI wipe out the cat. Yes. So don't miss the point and cats dogs. No, I will not give the person's name on the air because I love them. And I'm going to that I know of someone who spent like four thousand dollars to try to save their weight seriously. Yes. Because they bought these flowers reports Setia poisoning. And they spent like four thousand dollars to save the cat. And now you want the punchline of the story. I do it wasn't their cat. They were cat sitting. Oh, really? And and they were trying to save the life of this cat that they were cat sitting. Ahead. It ended up with like a four thousand dollar pay. Real-life cat is alive the cat's alive. So that's the great story. Okay. Anybody who thinks it's a bad story about like poisoning cats the cat's alive. Did they realize they poisoned the cat though? They realized that what it was from. But it was the cat sitters who poisoned the cat. The cat sitter. No, the cat sitters had poinsettias. They brought them over though. Now, they had them at their house. All and the cat was being sat at their place. Wow. Oh boy. Yeah. Not good. Now that good you don't want a four thousand dollar Bill Christmas. Now. Now, you don't really wanted someone else's. Yeah. You know, what I own cat. But for someone. I you're just really dumb. I think I would've I I'm not sure, but I may have waited for the for the cat to expire. I may have I'm not saying that I wanted. But I may have I sometimes losing is winning. And it's the situation. I'm in this a fan today. I saw my team win a Super Bowl last year. So I'm really happy. In fact, it's this year was this calendar year. It just seems like it was twenty five years ago. But. Sometimes winning is losing. And not winning meaningless games. Today. Like my eagles play the Rams. There's no reason to win this game. And there's no reason to win next week's game against Houston for the Atlanta Falcons. Three games to go horrendous season for the falcons playing playing absolutely terrible football playing the Arizona Cardinals today in a home game. Then honestly, if you put two falcons tickets underneath your windshield, wipers this morning outside Mercedes Benz stadium. You're gonna come back later and there's going to be four. Nobody wants to watch the falcons play the Arizona Cardinals. Now if my kid was misbehaving in school. I might take her down there. Just watch four quarters of it. That'll teacher start acting right behavior. Like, there's no reason for the falcons. Why you why would you even wanna win? Why would you want to win another game? Now, I promise you professional athletes are tanking. Whenever I hear about tanking in the NFL. It's preposterous. Tanking in the NBA is a different animal because of the fact that the manipulation the actual manipulation of a coach with five guys on the court what they can do. In the NFL. You're not getting a bunch of guys to throw a game or something like that. That's not happening. You get too many guys with pry too, many guys that want to win and they're worried about where the next paychecks come from because they only get sixteen games to show what they're about. So it's going to be a bit of an issue for them. They're they're they're going to be trying. They're gonna be trying really hard. And if you are a fan of the eagles fan of the falcons there are other teams in the same boat. Sometimes you win by losing. And yes, this is going to be one of the deepest defensive drafts in the history of the NFL, and I believe by the time February and March comes around people will be telling you this is the deepest defensive draft. They've ever seen. Do you want to be waiting for other people to make their move before you make your move or you cosmetically trying to win games in a season? That's already lost. Birds of prey like the eagles the falcons you stunk this year. Do you really what are you really really wanting to win? Is that what you wanna do? You really wanna be down the board more. See you got to wait. And you got to watch other people make their choices. Or maybe do you want to pick from the four best defensive players available or do you want to pick from the two of the remaining for best defensive players available. That's always goes in order that the guy taken I is the best. But wow. Meaningless games. Do.

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"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Right now, you get in. You don't take anything for? Granted at home or anything else. You got a bear down. And that's a good football team. So we we've got a. Definitely we do. Learn from it make ourselves better football team. Yeah. That tough loss their game of the week. What is what is the golden road game of the week? Here are good friends with golden road brewing game of the week this weekend is what mclovin I think? I let you decide between these ones about the Cowboys visiting the colts Colt playoff hopes online. Maybe a dangerous team. Yes. Cowboys could win the division sneaky good the other options. Patriots steelers. Patriots Steelers Packers. Vikings Packers pair Packers bear. That's don't you find that interest in. I know the Packers are alive and let the dick foles narrative if something happened with the eagles witting that would be you don't seem to copy. Well, I I'm not it's not must see TV for me. It's put it that way. I would almost be more funny than they've Nick foles did it again. But I think the Cowboys Cl the colts. That's gotta be our game because it's an Indian. Napa lous. Yes. Because then the following week. Who do the Cowboys play? They got the giants in their last game of the or. Eagles. Again, our way. I'm not sure they got I thought they had the giants again. I don't know check that with the Cowboys. I'm always curious like the game you have. And then is there a bigger game the following week? Right. The giants and the season they'll in nears next week. Okay. But they can we are in a good spot. They let's say they they'll probably make and Seattle's got the forty Niners. Right. And then Kansas City comes to Tom right now. But going no action how man- how good will that be those those two quarterbacks that kinda showdown, by way of everything that's been said this week, Bobby Wagner sticking up for the uniforms also garnered a lot of attendant or oh my gosh. People were like you're defending that uniform. Well, he's a great defender. So he was trying. He didn't do a good job. He wasn't an all pro defender with those Seattle highlighter uniforms. You do have bowl games coming up. Don't we have a game tonight? Paulie? Yeah. North north coast, South Dakota state in the final four of the one delay slash FCF's. Layoffs the Jack rabbit against the bison bison. And then you've got some bowl games. I got let me see apps state. I think it's middle Tennessee State university in New Orleans. I have eastern Michigan Georgia Southern Arizona state, Fresno state to lane at six and six against Louisiana seven and six that's not good North Texas against Utah state now that one could be good that one's Saturday afternoon. I think so I might be tuned into that. There's a lot of good football coming up this weekend. We know a thing or two about beer, and we couldn't be happier to be affiliated partnering with golden road brewing. Dan, Patrick show. Our official beer founded back in twenty eleven LA's largest craft brewery that that's the goal. We wanna make them bigger than that finest quality craft beer available mango cart. We're serving the wolf pup session..

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"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Either i standard two cd set or a deluxe edition with a concert film called from his greek shows in two thousand twelve wow it looks like a pretty good if you like neil diamond i'm kinda warm fuzzy with them but i'm not he's not one of my favorites but he's certainly been a hitmaker announced earlier this year that he's going to be retiring be on the road i said quote i plan to remain active in writing recording another projects for a long time my thanks to my loyal and devoted audiences around the world this right has been so good so good so good thanks to you very smart you gotta give thanks and show appreciation for them that's brought to the party and so he was good and people appreciate what he did so he keeps go i think it'd be yeah you've got a lot to offer so that's his story now moving over to the charlie daniels side of the street is a guy who's been around for quite a long time still continues to perform for troops overseas contributes to various military organizations country music hall of fame member charlie daniels paying tribute to men and women in uniform various ways over his career his latest endeavor spotlights the appreciation he has eighty one years old performing at a veterans impact celebration in murfreesboro tennessee this week sold out fundraiser held a benefit middle tennessee state university charlie and his wife's veterans and military family.

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"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"About this because my care but the middle tennessee state university we have a building named after nathan bedford forrest use the rotc building and this drives me crazy because i've got so many great students that are not say some of the black students and you know what the confederacy was trying to kill people in the army that they're in that's what it was it was about breaking down this system and people try to try to push off like farce being the grand dragon of the kkk you can't push that off but he was a great general yeah he was a great general if it weren't for him then they lost didn't they so what would you guys to do if you live in tennessee we gotta historical commission here in the state we actually voted him psu to change this fucking buildings name and they stop this your small government republicans in nashville stop the people of my campus from changing the name of something that destroys everything good about the american past and makes brilliant young people feel bad i'm the third great grandson of a confederate soldier all right the great thing about america is not having to be what you're fricking great grandfather was no this my grandfather was conscripted of the confederate army in january of eighteen sixty five by april eighteen sixty five they could not find him because he abandoned like thirty to fifty percent of the confederate army almost half the confederate army was through the civil war before it was over i think it's time we are too that they great place to leave it i want to end on a high note as we do i think it's really inspiring kid like hooper here who cares and his paying attention we saw stacey abrams yesterday in atlanta people came out and responded when they saw what trump is doing at the border you know i think a lot of us feel everyday like the rules of politics have been abandoned but not all of them and enough of the rules are still there that we can win it's inspiring to see how much people have donated over fifteen million dollars went to raises and just the week just just to to help them help people at the border and i think our great challenges how do we turn our anger but also our enthusiasm into votes and i think we can do it and we have to fight every day to do it you have to win the senate seat in tennessee i hope you know there's a lot of debate about whether or not we are going to what is it politically mean that these images are on television but forget the politics of it means we have to win because we have to send a message that this is not the country wannabe and agree with you when people say this is not who we are what we do is exactly who we are every time it's true for people and it's true for a country it is who we are but we have to change we are we have to change the people in power and we have to stop letting them pit working people against each other has been said we have to do whatever some whatever simone has told the dnc and the d triple c and any d organization to do they should just bucking do it all right whatever simone says go that is our show i wanna thank simone sanders lily honest dr benjamin sawyer private auditorium and the city of nashville thank you so much good

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"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"About this because my care but the middle tennessee state university we have a building named after nathan bedford forrest use the rotc building and this drives me crazy because i've got so many great students that are not say some of the black students and you know what the confederacy was trying to kill people in the army that they're in that's what it was it was about breaking down this system and people try to try to push off like farce being the grand dragon of the kkk you can't push that off but he was a great general yeah he was a great general if it weren't for him then they lost didn't they so what would you guys to do if you live in tennessee we gotta historical commission here in the state we actually voted him psu to change this fucking buildings name and they stop this your small government republicans in nashville stop the people of my campus from changing the name of something that destroys everything good about the american past and makes brilliant young people feel bad i'm the third great grandson of a confederate soldier all right the great thing about america is not having to be what you're fricking great grandfather was no this my grandfather was conscripted of the confederate army in january of eighteen sixty five by april eighteen sixty five they could not find him because he abandoned like thirty to fifty percent of the confederate army almost half the confederate army was through the civil war before it was over i think it's time we are too that they great place to leave it i want to end on a high note as we do i think it's really inspiring kid like hooper here who cares and his paying attention we saw stacey abrams yesterday in atlanta people came out and responded when they saw what trump is doing at the border you know i think a lot of us feel everyday like the rules of politics have been abandoned but not all of them and enough of the rules are still there that we can win it's inspiring to see how much people have donated over fifteen million dollars went to raises and just the week just just to to help them help people at the border and i think our great challenges how do we turn our anger but also our enthusiasm into votes and i think we can do it and we have to fight every day to do it you have to win the senate seat in tennessee i hope you know there's a lot of debate about whether or not we are going to what is it politically mean that these images are on television but forget the politics of it means we have to win because we have to send a message that this is not the country wannabe and agree with you when people say this is not who we are what we do is exactly who we are every time it's true for people and it's true for a country it is who we are but we have to change we are we have to change the people in power and we have to stop letting them pit working people against each other has been said we have to do whatever some whatever simone has told the dnc and the d triple c and any d organization to do they should just bucking do it all right whatever simone says go that is our show i wanna thank simone sanders lily honest dr benjamin sawyer private auditorium and the city of nashville thank you so much good

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"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on KKAT

"So all mcdermott order for those m a teach music criticism and i were at middle tennessee state university and on i was frustrated by how kids don't connect their language to how they talk about music or what music feels and i was getting my masters and i realize that can on a free internet writer there wasn't a lot of dot com and so most of the work i did for rolling stone and the la times musician and it's all lost and a lot of the writers that i came up with they're not holly george warren who published a lot of books and um their voices are going to be lost too so that's really how it happened and the fact them you can't believe the people that don't know who patty level it says are why she matters all of our forever's all over she's amazing below or will i think it's all miranda lamberto also like allott and carry under who to scream in our guts out and so annoying that put the the sfa can't his sort compelled to be negative not on a woman so oh my wife wants all tremendous the negative sorrow buster how do we lift you up for me how do we lift you up then but we're don't okay bomb fine i'm mumfort appanage though largest road to talk kamotho by the way all it gleason of butch go woman walked immortal line but really are some great outside asia about dolly parton carter cachin catch it must graves luxury player all time and of course lucinda and taylor swift we locker actually an emmy liu won the not some people are memo alive and low rental lyn follows paper song yeah onetonne loretta lynn malaria oh i had our on and then me was written years ago she sent male played for christmas but it came from her all pr burglar nashville not from the ranch no oh so we're we're all know but there goes on on msnbc or fox santa memorage clutter go sledgehammer broke of onto rude just trying to be funded or no the lunch looks times you can't should dover but that.

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"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"middle tennessee state university" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"A wealth of knowledge and skill to this position green earned eight the s degree from middle tennessee state university and an ms degree from tennessee tech and is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in education manchester police responded to a motor vehicle accident on thursday afternoon around two thirty at eleven o3 woodbury highway according to a report by officer daniel bray when he arrived on the scene the 1994 gmc truck was fully engulfed in flames manchester fire and rescue arrived extinguished the flames the report as on to say that paramedics came to the scene and confirmed that terry land bonn age 48 of shelly road manchester was deceased race states in his report that a witness said that the truck was headed west at a high rate of speed on the what very highway the witness went on to state that the vehicle never hid its brakes before striking a wall land sign up shortstop market and a mehta lake caught fire by standards attempt to extinguish the blaze but the fire continued to build the crash scene was cleared by round four thirty a flint little woman was arrested on drug charges by manchester police last week alicia suzette birds twenty nine of flint they'll was charged with manufacturing delivering possession of a controlled substance possession of scheduled to drugs possession of legend drugs without a prescription and illegal possession of a weapon on september twenty six manchester police officer devon day ford responded to a welfare check at speedway market on oak dr birch.

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