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"two constitutions" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:55 min | Last month

"two constitutions" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Our number two Constitution Day I wish more people would give well. I wish they'd pay attention because we're in some trouble in this country. And those that are throwing the Constitution as we talked about in the first hour of the bus like a bunch of these students in the University of Florida, saying that it's for which white men that started. It doesn't represent people of color and and you know, there needs to be proper pronouns. They them the I mean the stupidity. But the teachers have taught this to them. Where do you think they learned it? Do you think just one day they said Oh, you know what? I'm gonna start reading about the Constitution. No teachers indoctrinate Sadly. This is why there's rallies going on everywhere. This is why it's a good time to segue into the rallies that are not only going on here in Las Vegas as we speak. But we'll be going on tomorrow and even the rally in D C tomorrow. We're going to talk a lot about that here in this next segment, of course at the bottom of the hour and got Joey Gilbert running for governor. He's joining us and he's going to weigh in. On some of what's going on with the mandates and how our individual liberties and freedoms are really at stake. Right now. It's crucial more than ever. But right now and let me just pull this up, so I make sure I give you the right info. So right now, Freedom of choice. LV is having their rally their protests peaceful protest at ST Rose Sienna Hospital. Okay, just got some video sent to me, and there's a ton of people out there. They got out there at 4 30. And I believe they're still there. They're getting ready to wind out and bounce. But Uh, you know, freedom, freedom of choice self. He's doing a great job of getting the message out. And, you know, helping people helping Vegas helping Nevada helping the country. Understand that there is, in fact, freedom of choice and the Constitution of Ford's this to you. It's funny that we're talking about this on Constitution Day. Now The reason freedom of choice LV was out there is they were out there supporting health care workers who needs your help and support because they are being forced to choose their job or the vaccine mandate. And in a free America. This is not the way things are supposed to go down. But I want to also remind you that tomorrow there will be also a rally slash protest. Uh, March. That is tomorrow. That is the 18th 18th of September. 4 45 pm Meet a group of Patriots. It's the world Wide march for freedom, no mandates. Make sure you go out there tomorrow at 4 45. PM at 3200 Los Vegas Boulevard Suite 600 front of Saks Fifth Avenue. This march is going to be about no mask, no mandates all about freedom. And there will be hundreds and hundreds of people marching the strip and I want to make sure that you go out there and lend your support as wealth. Vegas isn't playing around. Nevada is not playing around. Other cities in the country are not playing around. And tomorrow there's going to be a big rally. Thousands, uh, in attendance in terms of what's being expected in Washington, D C. And and and so tomorrow. They're calling it a right wing rally. Of course. You know what they want to paint this as some type of fringe group. But the reason for this rally tomorrow is in reference to the January six capital riot and how well some of our people that love freedom are being treated. Okay, so this rally is planned by Look ahead. America, There are non profit. That is led by former Trump campaign staffer Matt Brainard. So it's all done legally, the permits, everything is in order. There's going to be a tremendous crowd in the thousands, and, uh, you know, the The, uh The basic premise here is Oh, we're going to have another riot. There's going to be another insurrection. This is what they're trying to make you believe, but no, it is people that are coming together, saying, Look, we've got a problem here and um, were being treated unfairly. Ashley Babbitt was treated unfairly. Those that are still being held without bail are being treated unfairly. But yet those that burn building down burn buildings down that were black lives matter. Protesters have been let out. With no charges. I mean, Bernie precincts down police precincts. Looting stores. Nothing says looting of best buy and walking out with the 70 inch flat screen like, you know, trying to honor George Floyd, right? But you know what? This is the world we live in. And yeah, that Constitution allows it for the stupid fools in Florida. These kids that are there to get a higher education at University of Florida. They don't know crap. They're the ones that got to participation trophies that I've been warning everybody about. But here's what's happening. Here's what's going down. This is what I want to talk about for a moment before Joey Gilbert joins us at the bottom of the hour. You know, Like I said, the rally is going on here in Vegas tonight, just wrapping up tonight and then tomorrow, But the D. C is going to be a big thousands and thousands of people there and this is important because U. S officials are warning Get this of potential violence. Even though they don't see any specific, incredible plot. They had to throw that in there for the legalese aspect of it, But they've got fencing everywhere. So fencing has been all put back up into Washington, D C. Looks like we're living in a banana republic because they are just Well, they're they're basically stating. Brace yourself. Violence will happen. There will be violence. So, of course, National Guard troops have been dispersed there to curtail any violence that can happen. Now my concern is this. How do we know that there's not going to be plants there? We're talking. Thousands of people will be there. How do we know we're not going to have antifa plants there again? Black lives matter Plants again that are pretending masquerading to be. Trump supporters are Maga supporters or just free loving liberty Patriots. How do we know Because if you're going to try to get me to believe Then on January 6th. We didn't have plants there to make basically try to make 75 million people that voted for Donald Trump in November of 2020 try to make us all look like we're insurrectionist and we're right wing fringe groups and we're the biggest threat to the country that we are, in essence domestic terrorists. We're domestic extremists. We're the biggest threat. No, I think the big threat is well, this administration who by the way it has admitted and killing 10 civilians, including seven Children in Kabul in a drone strike that went bad because we've got a dumb ass for president, and we got to even bigger, dumb ass in General Milley. But that's okay. Right. Biden's the Democrats. Okay, 10 people were killed. Can't give him a quick apology. Seven kids, not not a big deal..

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"two constitutions" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

02:52 min | 4 months ago

"two constitutions" Discussed on Haunted Places

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"two constitutions" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:12 min | 8 months ago

"two constitutions" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome back to the show. We're speaking with Charles Cussler. He's the editor of the Claremont Review of Books, which, by the way is periodical. You should subscribe to if you don't already. Author of Crisis of the two Constitutions that rise decline in recovery of American greatness and Charles before the break. This. The two constitutions, the living Constitution of the left, and the theory journal Constitution of conservatives. Originalists. Um and how you go. You move the country back towards originalism against the backdrop where the left argues for all sorts of economic rights that are not enshrined in the Constitution because they can't exist equally among everybody simultaneously. They A day They confirmed entitlement and impose a responsibility. Another's And with somebody conservative sort of unwilling to take up the argument against making housing, education, health care, basic income a constitutional right. Yes, it's a real dilemma. I think because we've been fighting the good fight, especially in the courts. I mean, we have appointed a lot of conservative justices to the court over the last, say 30 to 50 years, But I think what we've learned is the courts can't do it themselves. They can't sort of reverse the metaphysics of right. That the left has taken in this new direction, which you rightly and very smartly indicate is a is an endless campaign to alleviate all needs. And spiritually problems by creating rights to things which can then be distributed by governments, and it can be played off one group against another in a in a way that is very favorable to the growth liberal government because divide and conquer has always been government strategy. And if you can organize the whole country into different claimant groups, you know of my income by race by gender. They're coming up with amazing who place to do this. The point is always the same, really, which is to play. The group's off against each other and to prevent individuals from governing themselves through the constitutional mechanisms through democracy, as we have known it for more than 200 years, But you can see in the recent, you know, sort of circumstances. Of the election that increasingly, liberals and conservatives have two different ideas even of what it is to have an election. Conservatives understand that votes are individual. And so it's not a It's not a minor thing to be able to ascertain that the person who represented themselves as the voter really is a voter. That person was there and you know, and in the voting booth. And Mark is Ballon, whoever he wanted to mark his ballot, But from the liberal point of view, it really isn't individuals anymore who are voting? It's groups. There are blocks of votes by socioeconomic class by race and gender and other things. And it doesn't really matter so much that we are sure this is the individual. This is the black individual whose name appears. Let us say on the ballot form. It's more important that the black vote be effective. And therefore be counted. And some of these niceties of registration and so forth may have to get out of the way liberals now think in order to make block voting group voting even more effective in our politics, and what we have is a disagreement about what an election is. Who is Sovereign. Who is the voter here? And a disagreement like that The courts are not going to be able to. Ah, just I'm afraid and it Z. It's going to take politics and some very serious politics. Try to come come to grips with an issue of that magnitude. I mean, how How concerned are you about the identity? Eri in politics you're talking about This poison that in the creation of you know, in addition to a never ending Syriza's of new rights, also a never ending series of new protected classes where your rights are constricted in deference to They're reputed interest in and not being subjected to discrimination as they define it. Right. How? Well how? How earlier? I mean, there are also net subtractions from rights. Yes, it these are the new the new rights, the liberal rights the status, right? Come at a cost. There's no such thing as a free lunch or free, right. And as you rightly said, I mean, there are subtractions from free speech from free assembly from all sorts of traditional rites from property rights, eh? So how does this not devolved into a hop scene? State of nature might makes right society. Warlord ocracy. It has a tendency to do that. I mean, the their answer to your question is that's not going to happen because liberals are going to be in charge? And they know how to do things. They know how to manage systems. You know, they have experts for this. They're the ones we've been anybody else. I mean, there's really no good guarantee. Looking forward. I mean, what? What I see is a lot of political conflict to come. Well won't know. No way around it. Well, I mean, if you're advising, can you know you are one? But if you're advising conservative intellectuals if you're advising conservative office holders What are the arguments that are key to be taken up that the intellectual battles that are key to be taken up? So there's some focus of resource is for highest best return? Well, I think we need a lot more focused than we have had that's for sure, but I think we weigh in rediscovering the conflict between the constitutions. That's a kind of liberating moment because you realize what you you are fighting for. When you realize what is the opposition to to what you're fighting for here and so the notion of individual rights Of therefore of government that is limited. Eyes that operates, um, indirectly and through federalism and through, um, separation of powers and these things, which are in a certain sense, um, as old as the hills. But in another sense very much alive and waiting to be rediscovered in our politics. But if you look at I mean, I think it Z harrowing T look at Modern university because that's the one part of American society that the Liberals have basically run for almost 100 years, and they like they went, they run it in a kind of, you know, semi totalitarian way. In which they Dole out free speech rights and assembly rights and all kinds of things to poor freshman and sophomores who don't know any better. And they rule it. Um In a in a authoritarians way that they are quite happy with and what I what I see happening is basically Um modern American progressives had learned how to run from the university, and now they want to run the.

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"two constitutions" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:38 min | 8 months ago

"two constitutions" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome back to the dam Prop show question we've been grappling with over the last many weeks is effectively can a free society exist with Sort of cultural no go zone, spaced on one's particular views political views. A. Perhaps even more fundamental question is can America existed in a free society if we as a nation are living Under two different constitutions or framework for what we think. Founding principles. The framework as I mentioned to different frameworks of our nation of this representative republic. This experiment in Small D democracy. Can we exist as a free society and with that sort of dynamic Help us answer that question. We're pleased to be joined by Charles Cussler, editor of the Claremont Review of Books and author of Crisis of the Two Constitutions, the Rise, Decline and Recovery of American Greatness. Charles. Thanks for joining us appreciate it. Well, it's a pleasure to be here, Dan. Thanks for the invitation. Yeah, And so the two constitutions that we're operating under described those for us. Well, it's um you know, it's a bad thing to have one country and to constitutions because you're in. You're in a kind of cold. Civil war situation, and I think that's sort of where we are right now. The two constitutions I'm talking about are the original constitution as amended the Constitution of individual rights On DCA incentive, the govern and limited government and all that we associate with that federalism and bicameral ism all these great civics ideas that go back to the original Constitution and the Declaration of Independence. And that's one of America's constitutions. The other one, which is much younger, but it's now over 100 years old is really the Liberals, Constitution or the progressive. Constitution and that is what they like to call the living constitution. We hear this term whenever a Supreme Court justice is going to be confirmed yours up for confirmation. That liberal like Justice Sotomayor or whomever is very, um, skeptical in a way about the the hidebound time bound constitution of your But it is very gung ho about the Constitution of today and the day after tomorrow, and that constitution, the living Constitution is the Liberals. Vehicle, basically for transforming America and they they've been pretty successful at it, and it is the term itself. Living Constitution implies. At the old Constitution. The real one so to speak, is dead. Or at least that it's on life support. It's it's used a sort of Ah, A talisman Rhetorical talisman. I'm doing this under color of the Constitution. Give it gravitas when really the leftist forever finding and new and exciting pin numbers and emanations by which to Expand or contract with the black Letter of the Constitution says Yes, that's right. I mean, for a long time. For a couple of the first couple of generations of modern liberalism or progressivism. They did talk about the convergence. You know that the old Constitution and their new constitution would grow together. And eventually they would be indistinguishable from one another. But they gave up that slow motion argument in the 19 sixties and then again in the 19 nineties after the end of the Cold War. And they sort of pulled out all the stops. And they have a very impatient Politics Now, as you know, they can hardly wait to discover a new right. On to apply it. Aunt to limit the power of the elected parts of government. That's really the bread and butter of American progressivism now for quite a long time well, and that's where I want to go when we come back, because so the new rights they're inventing that imposed responsibilities on others the right to an education the right to housing the right to health care. And the enshrined writes the God given rights as memorialized in the bill of Rights that they're constricting like, Oh, I don't know. Freedom of speech on D, how you rediscover how we get to the Constitution as it was. Originally conceived in this environment, where many on the right don't really want to make arguments against the notion that education, health care housing Gear, a certain income level are indeed right, Moral. Charles Cussler editor. The Claremont Review Books, author of Crisis of the Two Constitutions. The Rise Decline in Recovery of American Greatness will be right back. The more you listen no more. You know, this'll just the damn profit shop. What do Barack Obama, Joe Biden and Donald Trump all have in common? They all attended private schools chosen by their parents. Do you believe that all family should have school choice just like they did. On average taxpayers spent $15,424 per student on K through 12 public education. 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"two constitutions" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

10:14 min | 1 year ago

"two constitutions" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A moderator today, Bishop Larry Gators. I am so very excited in my staff and I are just so very excited, very honored to be a part of the number one Radio station, not just here in America, but around the world. W ar 17 a M Network, The Voice of New York, which will also we also ever so blessed to be a part of the I Heart radio network in the I Heart Meteor group here in New York City, New York now for the past two weeks. New Yorkers. We have been talking about the topic concerning not just the Biden crime family, Okay, but also you and I have been talking about the origins ofthe the Democratic Party on the left. And the current world that we now live in. As we've been talking to you guys in teaching you for the past two weeks concerning the world as we know it. Now I want to give you a comet in university lesson here today through our global spiritual revolution broadcast. Concerning the this great revolution that is now taking place here in America called the Cube movement. Now, a lot of you have been given. Ah ah lot of misconceptions and a lot of lies concerning the queue movement. I believe the queue movement is of God. And allow me to explain that here and through the topic that we're going to be talking to you for the next 20 to 25 minutes. That is the history and the origins ofthe the queue movement again. The history and the origins of the Q movement now From a historical origination All foundation, the queue movement actually began. On the first of April in the year of 18 60. And one that one maybe asking themselves. What Bishop? Why are you teaching us concerning the Cube movement two days before the presidential election. Glad you asked. The calls. When President Donald J. Trump was elected nearly four years ago, it resurrected a movement of great Patriots, Okay. And cue personnel like myself on, so I want to give you a historical perspective for the next 20 minutes concerning the history. And the origins of the Q movement. So on the first of April in 18 63 major generals under President Abraham Lincoln Including an additional 22 generals of the North had designed a American Patriotic Organization, not a secret society, but a organization that would protect the American sovereignty off the first constitution. If you remember correctly beloved. Two weeks ago, the bishop was teaching you concerning on the origins of two constitutions. You and I are operating under the second constitution. The first constitution came through on the active 17 76 and ratify three times thereafter In 17 81 87 in 89. Which constituted the greatest nation on the face of the Earth that is the United States for America. To become a Christian constitutional republic. We were never designed by God Patriots to be a democratic nation. So we are a Christian constitutional republic built upon the word of God through on the vision of the founding fathers. So then the first constitution is the Constitution that is the off antic document. Actually revealing the mind of God through this revolution, call the United States for America, which has given birth to one of the greatest American revolutionary movements in American history here in the Western Hemisphere, and that is the cue movement. But some years later in through the act of 18 71. A catastrophic change happened in our nation. What you had a group of international bankers. An international elite, such as the Rob Childs, The Oppenheimer's The Warburg's. Those who went on to their generations went on to create the Federal Reserve system. During the month of December in 1913 off of the coast of the state of Georgia on Jackal Island. So then getting back to the second constant to Shin Of 18 71. It was put upon the United States of America undue pressure. From both the international bankers through the Rothschilds. In concert with the global Vatican system through Pope pious the night Now I am not castigating my Catholic brothers, a sister's throughout New York City. European honest stationed throughout the world. My Simon here today as you are, and I are about to enter. Into the most critical the most important election of our lifetime. This coming Tuesday on the third of November. But I wanted to lay a historical foundation in this during this global when I call Master class tonight, okay concerning the history in the origins of the Q movement. So the second constitution through the act of 18 71, with pressure by both the raw Challenge Dynasty out of Britain. In concert with the Vatican order through Pope. Pious the knife put undue pressure upon President Ulysses S. Grant in 18 71. To remove the contents of the first constitution. Of 17 76 that was later ratified in 17 81 87 in 89. That now calls the United States to go from the United States for America. To the United States of America. As a corporation via the act of 18 71. Sold in on the first of April in 18 60. 25 generals, led by three generals who had design the origination of what we called the Q movement today. Major General George McKellen. Major General Henry W. Halleck. A major general Winfield Scott. Along with an additional 22 northern generals created it, not a secret society. But an American patriotic movement called cute Now, why would these great generals Whose responsibility was not only to protect President Abraham Lincoln. But also to protect the sovereignty off the first constitution. And 17 76. Now, if you examine rabbinical theology, the letter Q is a letter which means light source Capita. L i g H T. In other words, cue the very premise and revelatory any sight of Q. It represents exposing the darkness through the light. Or taking the darkness, bringing it into the light there by the light, exposing the darkness. Now to you Biblical students. You and I know that we have 66 books in the word of the Lord that you and I called the Bible which comes from the Greek word Billy off, which means the book The word of God. But originally going back to the 3 25 80 conference in icing Turkey, it was Constantine and Pope Sylvester. Who had subtract it. Approximate 20 books from the original cannon. Many years later during the year of 16 66 through the same Vatican order, with the help off their military industrial complex, called the Joshua Secret Society. Took out an additional 25 books. So another words, the president, word of God is missing. What we call a 45 degree angle ofthe gods thinking So 45 books had been was extracted by the Vatican. Now I am not castigating. My brother's Assis is my assignment here. For the next 10 to 15 minutes is to lay a proper foundation concerning.

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"two constitutions" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"two constitutions" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Yeah, he's not going to send you a w to believe that for a single second. I mean, I think that the whole Russia collusion thing was just a big fever dream. This is the left in the media. They just can't get over it. Even now, they like me. They can't admit that they're all a bunch of conspiracy theorists when it comes to this stuff that they don't care about truth or anything like it, But It doesn't matter. We should. Still president should be open with people about where their income comes from period when I good, bad, indifferent, Alright, I wantto sort of tie in something, Don Lemon said. To something. Two things. That thesis cream court did. There were big victories for religious freedom this week. And of course, this set off many people on the left is being Oh, my God, We're becoming a theocracy. This is horrible. And it comes, I think, fundamentally, from a misunderstanding of religion in this don lemon clip. Really crystallizes that. So let's hear cut four. Go ahead gays in the discussion, But here's the thing. Jesus Christ! If you believe in if you if that's what you believe in Jesus Christ Admittedly was not perfect when he was here on this earth. So why are we deifying the founders of this country, many of whom own slaves and in the Constitution, the original one they didn't want. They put slavery in there that that slavery should should be abolished because it was the way the King one and then the Congress said no way. Putting aside Don lemon's historical ignorance going down just from listening to that. Derek and I didn't realize we had a second constitution. We'll go into this one. For a while. Not like Let's Let's get rid of it. Thinking approved. It's gonna run it by George Avery allowed. You weren't an idiot. Don't I can't even say it on air. Just what? Wow, That's you know, I was aware of the business about Jesus Christ. Not being admittedly not being perfect. The sermon amounts that look, everybody. I'm not perfect. But witnesses in right this is obviously that is Longstanding Christian doctrine back to the very, very beginning of the church back when ST Paul was sending letters around, and there was no Bible. There was no such thing in the Bible for the 1st 300 years of Christianity, and everyone agrees. Well, okay. There was a controversy over it, but it was settled, right we had, okay. Yes, Perfect. God, perfect man. That was the settlement. Everybody. Everybody ultimately agreed on that. And that's what all Christians today believe. So the idea that Jesus was admittedly imperfecta is ridiculous. But, you know, I mean, if you Christians believe that, that that would be ridiculous, but the business about the second constitution. Did the U. K did not. England did not evolve slavery for another What? Almost 40 years after our independence, there were slaves in the colonies. They were slaved in England. There was, you know, in fact when Britain abolished slavery They did not abolish it in their colonies right away. Big maintained it for a time, but they probated within England and great Britain, right so You know this Isis? I don't understand how people this stupid who just makes stuff off end up with their own shows. I mean, I think it's because they're that stupid, You know, because all you really want is a plug and play. You put it in the teleprompter, and it comes out of their mouth in a convincing way, and that's literally it. That's all you need to be. On television these days. It's Yeah, it's just It's so profoundly stupid. I don't know. I don't understand letter is that first of all the idea that there was some difference on slavery between England and the colonies. At that point, it's simply just incorrect. But then the idea that Yeah, there was a first draft of the Constitution that said that there was going to be no slavery and that look the founders. I think kind of understood. This is something that We're going to have to tolerate for the sake of the union. We can either exist or not. We can either exist and tolerate slavery for awhile, or we can not exist. Those are your two choices. And it was something that people I think, understood. I mean, there were there would have been some exceptions, especially southern signers of the of the of the documents. That this country is going to work to the extent that we kind of gradually let this get phased out, and that's the way the entire world was headed at that point Great Britain. Wasn't very yet hadn't reached their Brazil hadn't reached there yet. Turkey hadn't reached there yet. But most other civilized countries, either slavery was already abolished, or it was on its way out and I just I can't I could tell you're flustered by how stupid that comment wasn't you've not heard it before. You just heard the Jesus part. But the rest of the whole thing is just incredibly stupid. And I didn't mean to set your brain aflutter right as we ran out of time, David, But I sense there's an op ed about Don lemon's historical ignorance in the offing. So at least, least you got that going for you, David for dough. So the Washington Examiner Thanks for adjusting your schedule with us have a great week. We'll talk next week. Thanks. You're talking. Imagine Thie. Imagine the ability and losing the ability to hear someone say I love you with the ability to hear a compliment about just hearing the birds chirp your favorite song or conversations with old friends or that conversation with David for Closing. Your hearing takes its toll on you physically, emotionally and socially. If this kind of suffering sounds familiar, no matter what your age, call Audiology Associates for 10944 31 100 Dr Melissa said..

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"two constitutions" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"two constitutions" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"Or it has roots that are so deep that you can't. You don't even know where it began or something like that. And the guy for pessimism. He's very very unafraid of invoking the original slavery is as the cause of things. Razz, lobbying conservatives really try to downplay the I want to make. It seemed like it was just You know a tough job, right? He does not do that. He's he's surprisingly very frank about yeah, and not only that you know he's also. An originalist claiming to interpret the Constitution as it was originally understood now when most white conservatives say that what they mean is the constitution as it was adapted adopted in seventeen, eighty nine. and which was a a slaveholders, constitution and Thomas first of all says that and admits that he's quite frank about that. It was a slaveholders constitution, but the other thing that commerce does is that he also says that the Constitution was fundamentally altered. We created a second constitution with the civil war and reconstruction with the passage of the thirteenth fourteenth and fifteenth amendments that in other words. Words the battle over slavery and emancipation, the black freedom struggle, the nineteenth century, fundamentally altered the Constitution a very different kind of constitution, and there are very few white conservatives who would make such a claim and so it's really interesting with Thomas is that for instance if you look at his second amendment, opinions on the right to bear arms, they are kind of history lessons in the centrality of. Black violence and white violence, the centrality of of people who were enslaved and then people who were free get control over arms and armaments. And he is in fact, he he. To things that are sort of interesting. It might be interesting to your listeners. First of all he quotes extensively from Herbert APP tekkers book on the history of slave revolts. Now for those of you who don't know her at decker was a member of the Communist. Party and he was one of the pioneering scholars he got this from. The Boys one of the pioneering white scholars on the history of slavery volts. Volts and how important they were, you know most white scholars tended to really downplay. Ignore this stuff and there he is in Clarence Thomas footnotes about the centrality of black revolt, armed revolt against the White Masters So that's one thing that's interesting, but the second thing in this came out in a case I don't know a year ago two years ago. where he's talking about the black codes. which were used to be back reconstruction? And He's against citing liberally from Eric Phone. Irs Work on Reconstruction Eric Founders, the great historian of reconstruction, still alive and with us. And I mentioned this phone, or I sent him an email about this, and he said Yeah, you know He's had a correspondence with Clarence Thomas Clarence Thomas is. Like no really knows his kind of civil war reconstruction history So you know that's a long winded answer to your question. In point about that, you know. The history of slavery is very important, and the battle over slavery is really really important. Thomas and informs a lot of his jurisprudence. Even on things the seem to have nothing to do with it, so his campaign finance jurisprudence will make mention of the fact and talk about the fact that kind. Pam Finance Law was written by a Ben Tillman pitchfork Ben who was a white supremacist who led programs against a black people in South Carolina and he talks about this. You know so.

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"two constitutions" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

Champagne Sharks

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"two constitutions" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"I did not know that about. Him, at all and I'm looking anything but afro-pessimism. Yeah, no I mean you know I i. didn't in the end get into this in the book. But I was reading quite a bit of the afro-pessimists, letter, literature when I was writing this and I had originally intended to engage more with that in just decided not to and and but I found an awful lot of stuff in in Wilkerson. In in Clarence Thomas. And you know this idea. This kind of the untolerable of anti-black blackness. That racism is this kind of thing that exists. I think Thomas Clarence Thomas at one point says you know it has. I can't remember the exact quote has no roots. And by that you know. or it has roots that are so deep that you can't. You don't even know where it began or something like that. And the guy for pessimism, he's very very unafraid of invoking the original slavery is as the cause of things whereas lobbying conservatives really try to downplay the WanNa make. It seemed like it was just You know a tough job, right? He does not do that. He's he's surprisingly very frank about yeah, and not only that you know he's also. An originalist claiming to interpret the Constitution as it was originally understood now when most white conservatives say that what they mean is the constitution as it was adapted adopted in seventeen, eighty nine. and which was a a slaveholders, constitution and Thomas. first of all says that and admits that he's quite frank about that. It was a slaveholders constitution, but the other thing that commerce does is that he also says that the Constitution was fundamentally altered. We created a second constitution with the civil war and reconstruction with the passage of the thirteenth fourteenth and fifteenth amendments that in other words the. The battle over slavery and emancipation, the black freedom struggle, the nineteenth century, fundamentally altered the Constitution, made it a very different kind of constitution, and there are very few white conservatives who would make such a claim and so it's really interesting with Thomas. Is that for instance? If you look at his second amendment, opinions on the right to bear arms, they are kind of history lessons in the centrality of. Black violence and white violence, the centrality of of people who were enslaved and then people who were free get control over arms and armaments. And he is in fact, he he. To things that are sort of interesting, it might be interesting to your listeners. First of all, he quotes extensively from Herbert APP tekkers book on the history of slave revolts. Now for those of you who don't know her at decker was a member of the Communist Party and he was one of the pioneering scholars he got this from the boys one of the pioneering white scholars on the history of slave revolts. Revolts and how important they were, you know most white scholars tended to really downplay. Ignore this stuff and there he is in Clarence Thomas footnotes about the centrality of black revolt, armed revolt against the White Masters So that's one thing that's interesting, but the second thing in this came out in a case. I don't know a year ago two years ago. where he's talking about the black codes. Which? Used to be back reconstruction. And he's against citing liberally from Eric Phone irs work on Reconstruction Eric founders the great historian of reconstruction, still alive and with us..

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"two constitutions" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"two constitutions" Discussed on WTOP

"The window behind the Jersey wall or if you flipped over the Jersey wall police and fire rescue headed out that way sixty six west bound before twenty eight Centerville beyond that no further issues west now out through I. Hey mark and continuing to points west and **** your county I just dealing with that rain and some wind out there so just be careful sixty six east bound okay for now from Haymarket to the beltway inside about ways to rise and no incidents reported as of late no issues on the George Washington parkway in either direction and both I. ninety five and I three ninety five for now without issue Aldon aspirin Belmont ridge road northbound last check remain blocked at Ashburton farm parkway for the crash clean up southbound side you were getting by just watched her police direction if you're north bound headed toward the intersection over the district's serious crash involving a pedestrian remains under investigation closing Alabama Avenue in both directions just north of Suitland parkway also watch for police direction they were redirecting it through the side streets over on Capitol Hill there's also some police activity some closures over there these activities centered on the intersection second street and D. street but additional closures in that area including the intersection at second constitution in northeast over by the hills will please be extra careful if you're driving in that area keep your vehicle road ready with jiffy lube signature service oil change tire rotation and more let's break service without appointment at participating locations Richard WTOP traffic let's get the latest on the storms are moving through the area here's NBC four Samara Theodore all right the good news is that the severe thunderstorm warning that was issued for parts of prince William and.

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"two constitutions" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"two constitutions" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"To salvage the Iran nuclear deal on Monday the European union's new foreign affairs chief will travel to Iran to meet with leaders of the regime Iran has started rolling back its commitment to the deal as a result of rising tensions with the US those tensions have Japan making a rare military move a warship is on its way to the Middle East to ensure the safety of Japanese oil tankers sending warships to tense areas is a highly sensitive issue in Japan because its post World War two constitution limits the use of military force strictly who self defense that's boxes Paul Stevens there's always a party in Miami but later today the celebration reaches Super Bowl proportions it's expected to be cool and clear skies tonight at hard rock stadium for what is anticipated to be a heated battle pitting arguably the NFL's best offense against the best defense the Kansas City Chiefs back in the Super Bowl for the first time in five decades led by quarterback Patrick my homes and a standout receiving corps that enters on an eight game winning streak the same disco forty Niners trying for their first Super Bowl win in twenty five years bringing a high power defense led the front seven by rookie Nick Bosa achieves the Niners get thing started shortly after six thirty PM eastern you can catch it all on box in Miami ahead of Super Bowl fifty four Metropolitano fox news here's a question that comes up every February second will the groundhog see his shadow later this morning we'll find out when punctured twenty Phil emerges from his burrow in Pennsylvania legend has it that if the groundhog sees it shadow winter will continue for another six weeks the storm fax almanac is tracked Phil's prediction since eighteen eighty seven giving him an accuracy rate of only thirty nine percent even though people who take care of fill in the largest groundhog celebration in North America say he's always right that's boxes Jeff but also and in New York im camp who sell this is fox news.

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"two constitutions" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"two constitutions" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The Iran nuclear deal on Monday the European union's new foreign affairs chief will travel to Iran to meet with leaders of the regime Iran has started rolling back its commitment to the deal as a result of rising tensions with the US those tensions have Japan making a rare military moves a warship is on its way to the Middle East to ensure the safety of Japanese oil tankers sending warships to tense areas is a highly sensitive issue in Japan because its post World War two constitution limits the use of military force strictly who self defense that's boxes Paul Stevens there's always a party in Miami but later today the celebration reaches Super Bowl proportions it's expected to be cool and clear skies tonight at hard rock stadium for what is anticipated to be a heated battle pitting arguably the NFL's best offense against the best defense the Kansas City Chiefs back in the Super Bowl for the first time in five decades led by quarterback Patrick my homes and a standout receiving corps that enters on an eight game winning streak the same disco forty Niners trying for their first Superbowl win in twenty five years bringing a high power defense let the front seven by rookie Nick Bosa the chief the Niners get thing started shortly after six thirty PM eastern you can catch it all on fox in Miami ahead of Super Bowl fifty four man Apollo Tano fox news here's a question that comes up every February second will the groundhog see its shadow later this morning we'll find out when punctured twenty Phil emerges from his burrow in Pennsylvania legend has it that if the groundhog sees it shadow winter will continue for another six weeks the storm fax almanac is tracked Phil's prediction since eighteen eighty seven giving him an accuracy rate of only thirty nine percent even though people who take care of fill in the largest groundhog celebration in North America say he's always right that's boxes Jeff but also and in New York im.

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"two constitutions" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"two constitutions" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"This is the two hundred thirty second constitution day and we're talking about using that process with the reader done away constitutional attorney and we go to a call from Linda in the Champaign Illinois Linda thank you for joining us tonight and good evening and welcome to the program well thank you Jim and thank you to our guest and I just I said this before and incidentally this is my birthday and its constitution day and I'm kind of you in the car anyway but that's not why I called there have been amendments to the constitution that we managed to get past and I I I I feel like the the public were better informed of back then even in a way more than even they are now and I worry I think that people so many people are so well informed that. easily out these could could get by get past even three fourths of the states. that we'd be on some of us would be amazed at now of course is that we're not talking here about referenda we're talking in the most case I suppose redid away about of votes by the state legislature and and whatever else you may say about the legislature I think that they they are more or less aware of the issues of the day. yeah that's that's the more likely ratification procedure can be used one amendment for proposed at a convention of state but look I think Linda and by the way Happy Birthday Linda what an honor to share a birthday with the constitution that you're bringing up another point that I think is important for people to understand and that is that a convention of the state would not be system wide open gathering where the state ten people and they just go sit around and talk about how they might and then the constitution it start when two thirds of the state that thirty four state. half resolution through their state legislature applying to Congress to hold this convention for amendments on a particular topic the death the important point they have to agree from the beginning about what will be the agenda for the discussion an alternate proposal of constitutional amendment under the convention in St project application does resolution are are very clearly limited to amendment that would do three things impose fiscal restraint found Washington when that that power and jurisdiction of the federal government and that term limits for federal officials and frankly when I think through those I can't really think of any crazy amendment proposal that I think would come not under those limitations more to come will be back in just a moment I've been around a long time seen a lot of gadgets show up they're supposed to make.

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"two constitutions" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"two constitutions" Discussed on WTVN

"Stand by them as kind of as a band of brothers to use that language all those great World War two movies which showed the platoons you know made up of the Italian reckons a Polish American you know the Mexican American and so forth where are living examples of in miniature of how moral grossing political life were understood to work in the past you for you find that you can work with people and larger and larger circles you expand yourself and again your circle of trust out word to from city to county to state to nation and there and that was the year that was regarded as a process that every generation would have to repeat because you're starting from human nature that is selfish and prefers a people that are more known and more trustworthy to others to strangers who who are neither liberalism and today political correctness today begins from the assumption of human perfection you know that they were to bridge the end process of a historical restive evolution and any preference for one's own is regarded as a regional sand as as a defect which must be obliterated and so there can't be any redemptions for that stand there can't be any absolution of for it it has to be it's unforgivable and it has to be stamped out in some ways and so the modern accusation of racism is essentially an accusation against human evil imperfections selfishness preferring your own and as such it is an endless indictment fastening fellow fascinating discussion I thought I hope you enjoyed it he really is quite remarkable very remarkable now let's move the Cup one in my discussion with the trolls Kessler professor Kessler go ahead Mr but is the only progress is trash the declaration and trash the constitution is this the battle we have today and how do they co exist these two different completely different ideas well we really America is in a very odd and perilous condition because in a way we have we are one country with two constitutions and one constitution is the original constitution as amended you might call it the conservatives constitution and the other constitution is what the liberals call the living constitution a phrase that Woodrow Wilson was among the first certainly two years and and as between the conservatives constitution the liberals constitution we are continually being whipsawed from one view of justice and won understanding what government is four to another very opposite ones but in the beginning up till the middle of save the twentieth century it was thought that the two constitutions could sort of co exist because they were gradually converging because the living constitution as the original progresses talked about it was an evolutionary product not a revolutionary one but one that would gradually over time grow up around and incorporates anything and the old constitution that was valuable and where they and so they didn't think that there was really a potential constitutions would ever come to a fight because they would grow together but then the sixties happened and instead of growing together the the liberals radicalized and the conservatives in reaction to them in their own way radicalize and instead of a a surrender of the old constitution you had a fight going on you had a cold civil war as Angela could rely on the Claremont review have called it and now the the contradictions between individual rights and group rights between a permanent frame of government and an ever changing frame of government that has you know which is in a permanent state of transformation as Barack Obama you know in five days away from the election he said you know we're we're approaching we're five days away from the fundamental fundamentally transforming the United States of America but that's what liberalism that's what the living constitution is all about it's it's nothing but transformation yep we had him as a guest absolutely brilliant we'll be right back van.

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"two constitutions" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"two constitutions" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"By them as a kind of as a band of brothers to use that language all those great World War two movies which showed the platoons you know made up of the Italian and the Polish American you know the Mexican American and so forth where are living examples of in miniature of how moral grossing political life were understood to work in the past you for you find that you can work with people and archer and larger circles you expand yourself and then your circle of trust out word Jew from city to county to states to our nation and there and that was the year that was regarded as a process that every generation would have to repeat because you're starting from human nature that is selfish and prefers the people that are more known and more trustworthy to others to strangers who who are neither liberalism and today political correctness today begins from the assumption of human perfection you know that they were the were the end process of a historical Grassley of evolution and any preference for one's own is regarded as a regional sand as a as a defect which must be obliterated and so there can't be any redemptions for that stand there can't be any absolution of for it it has to be it's unforgivable and it has to be stamped out in some ways and so the modern accusation of racism is essentially an accusation against human evil imperfections selfishness preferring your own and as such it is an endless indictment fastening fellow fascinating discussion I thought I hope you enjoyed it he really is quite remarkable very remarkable now let's move the Cup one in my discussion with the trolls counselor professor Kessler go ahead Mr bitters the only progress is trash the declaration and trash the constitution is this the battle we have today and how do they co exist these two different completely different ideas well we really America is in a very odd and perilous condition because in a way we have we are one country with two constitutions and one constitution is the original constitution as amended you might call it the conservatives constitution and the other constitution is what the liberals call the living constitution a phrase that Woodrow Wilson was among the first certainly two years and and as between the conservatives constitution and the liberals constitution we are continually being whipsawed from one view of justice and won understanding what government is four to another very opposite ones but in the beginning up until the middle of say the twentieth century it was thought that the two constitutions could sort of co exist because they were gradually converging because the living constitution as the original progresses talk about it wasn't evolutionary product not a revolutionary one but one that would gradually over time grow up around and incorporate anything in the old constitution that was valuable and where they and so they didn't think that there was really a the two constitutions would ever come to a fight because they would grow together but then the sixties happened and instead of growing together the liberals radicalize and the conservatives in reaction to them in their own way radicalized and instead of a a surrender of the old constitution you had a fight going on you had a cold civil war as Angela could rely on the Claremont review have called it and now the the contradictions between individual rights and group rights between a permanent frame of government and an ever changing frame of government that has you know which is in a permanent state of transformation as Barack Obama you know when five days away from the election he said you know we're we're approaching we're five days away from the fundamental fundamentally transforming the United States of America but that's what liberalism that's what the living constitution is all about it's it's nothing but a transformation yep clearly had him as a guest absolutely brilliant we'll be right back van.

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"two constitutions" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"two constitutions" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"By them as kind of as a band of brothers to use that language all those great World War two movies which showed the platoons you know made up of the Italian reckons a Polish American you know the Mexican American and so forth where are living examples of in miniature of how moral grossing political life were understood to work in the past you for you find that you can work with people in larger and larger circles you expand yourself and again your circle of trust out word to from city to county to state to nation and there and that was the year that was regarded as a process that every generation would have to repeat because you're starting from human nature that is selfish and prefers people that are more known and more trustworthy to others to strangers who who are neither liberalism and today political correctness today begins from the assumption of human perfection you know that they were to break the end process of a historical aggressive evolution and any preference for one's own is regarded as a regional sand as as a defect which must be obliterated and so there can't be any redemption for that stand there can't be any absolution of for it it has to be it's unforgivable and it has to be stamped out in some ways and so the modern accusation of racism is essentially an accusation against human evil imperfections selfishness preferring your own and as such it is an endless indictment fascinating fellow fascinating discussion I thought I hope you enjoyed it he really is quite remarkable very remarkable now let's move the Cup one in my discussion with Charles Kessler professor Kessler go ahead Mr bitters the only progress is trash the declaration and trash the constitution is this the battle we have today and how do they co exist these two different completely different ideas well we really America is in the very odd and perilous condition because in a way we have we are one country with two constitutions and one constitution is the original constitution as amended you might call it the conservatives constitution and the other constitution is what the liberals call the living constitution a phrase that Woodrow Wilson was among the first certainly two years and and as between the conservatives constitution and the liberals constitution we are continually being whipsawed from one view of justice and won understanding what government is four to another very opposite ones but in the beginning up till the middle of say the twentieth century it was thought that the two constitutions could sort of co exist because they were gradually converging because the living constitution as the original progresses talked about it wasn't evolutionary product not a revolutionary one but one that would gradually over time grow up around and incorporate anything and the old constitution that was valuable and where they please and so they didn't think that there was really a potential constitutions would ever come to a fight because they would grow together but then the sixties happened and is there a growing together the the liberals radicalized and the conservatives in reaction to them in their own way radicalized and instead of a a surrender of the old constitution you had a fight going on you had a cold civil war as Angela could rely on the Claremont review have called it and now the the contradictions between individual rights and group rights between a permanent frame of government and an ever changing frame of government that has you know which is in a permanent state of transformation as Barack Obama you know when five days away from the election he said you know we're we're approaching we're five days away from the fundamental fundamentally transforming the United States of America but that's what liberalism that's what the living constitution is all about it's it's nothing but transformation yep we had him as a guest absolutely brilliant we'll be right back.

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"two constitutions" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"two constitutions" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"It really is simple in so many ways, I think sometimes we over complicate things, and we're talking with my magnet, his new book, Clarence Thomas, and the loss constitution, you know, Myron to hear you talk about you know, what formed Clarence Thomas is world view and the principles. He held to. Not becoming a victim. And whether you're a black American Hispanic American minority somebody who is considered to be less than. That is the choice that stands before you. You know, what is it the nation of immigrants? All of us to make that choice. Petraeus and the fact that you have Clarence Thomas. And again, you know, we all you've made that Joyce that I've made that choice. You know, I was in college. To hear clearances Thomas the situation about being influenced by Black Panthers. I mean, there were activists. Spanich groups in that when I was in college that had some influence for a moment there and all the took was a little bit of remind rinse, you know, by my father, a World War Two bad to who raised nine kids to set me back on the path. And also the memories of some very strict nuns that raised me during my formative years. Experiences. Clarence thomas. It's kind of interesting. I mean, I I had a similar experience. And you know, I flirted with the left in college believe me. And but but what's so interesting is that? We have to think our way through this stuff. So okay for a while, we believe in this Logan's the left, and we think it all have turned into a conservative. I live up near Columbia University where I've lived for half a century. And I lived through all the sixties brouhaha, and I looked around at my neighbors, you know, entirely minority in the sixties past. And I said to myself has done my neighbors one I good and the answer is no in their condition. Worse. Exactly. And this is exactly the experience Clarence Thomas. Had he looked around. He was nine years civil rights official in the Reagan administration. He said is helping or is it hurt? Right. Exactly. Hurting. And by the way, he was an undergrad at Holy Cross and then Yale Law when affirmative action was getting underway graduated from Yale Law where he did. Well, and he says I couldn't get a job. Because now he was hard with the imputation of inferiority everybody thought. Oh, well, this is just the formative action higher. He said, so not only is affirmative action putting kids in out of their league institutions where they they're going to fail and get resentful where they would have succeeded. They just been left to go to college where near home all the kids who succeed are going to be looked at like, what are you doing here, you, you know, you can't be a real judge. You know, think of you know, it's it's terrible. All the consequences are terrible terrible consequence. You know, one of the things I keep thinking about the bitterness of the Clarence Thomas. Hearings. And we were all reminded of it to ring some bread capital earnings. Right. Where like, you know, a force ical replay of the Thomas hearings. And what is that all about? I mean, it was that the left is trying to hold on for dear life to this magical rites creating institution. They happen. This court, and I came to realize thinking about Clarence Thomas that one of the reasons we have such bitterness in America. Now is that I mean, we really have kind of a crisis of legitimacy right now with Jerry Nadler up they're saying that Bill bar is criminal. You know? So we we have we have two constitutions now guys like you and me. In the framers constitution of seventeen eighty seven and the Bill of rights in the in the few years after that. And that's what Clarence Thomas is older. But the other half of America believes in the living constitution, which is Woodrow Wilson said would evolve into our winning fashioned by judicial to grease and which FDR went further and set up. This all these administrative agencies that make laws like a legislature carry them out like an executive and to do to Kate and punish infractions of them like a legislator..

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"two constitutions" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"two constitutions" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Ever dream of collaborating with and we pursue it every day. You know, I'm involved with politics. This. I have the audacity to believe that guitar players qualify as we the people. So I raise constitutional hell with my elected employees, reminding them that they are not the elected officials. I'm the electing elected employees. Now, get the damn work. Busy everyday living the dream. I love it. I absolutely love it. Now. I've got to go off the beaten path because you said something that made me think wait a second did twenty year old. Ted Nugent think all this was going to happen. No, the twenty year old kid Newton was you know, one with his guitar and pursuing life liberty and the pursuit of female happiness. Which by the way, I think it's important to note important question beaten path. My life is not off the beaten path and not just the road less traveled to venture is unrolled non traveled. So I've always been grossly outrageously wonderfully effervescent uninhibited in my pursuit of American soundtrack. Bo Diddley Chuck Berry Little Richard James Brown at my side twenty four seven, but the twenty year old Ted Newton. I remember I floundered out of the American anti education system. I was clueless two constitutions and Bill of rights and declaration of independence and the time death March or anything else that went on history that literally formulated this experiment in self government. And how we the people have an absolute, moral, spiritual, intellectual obligation to remain engaged. So even though the twenty year old Ted Nugent was creating the ultimate American dream soundtrack. I was clueless as to my responsibilities as an American, but I have caught up with that. The most important thing is that my drummer degrade chasing heartlessly. Detroit's or maybe it was Greg Smith, the world's greatest bass player, we're rehearsing for the tour, and they said, you know, if the twenty year old Ted Nugent showed up you would kick his. I'd like to think that my love and patriotism, and creating for independence, and my individualism in my God, given individual rights as guaranteed by the constitution. The Bill rates those drive. My passion. Every day. And it's more fiery than ever kind of like yours. Joe Newsweek, and the and the tour is the music made me do it again. You gotta go and get everything Ted does at Ted Nugent on all the social media Instagram is at at Ted Nugent official. I believe so make sure you go there and check it out. Ted Nugent dot com. Read his columns get his music, if he's in town, make sure you go and see, you know, the reason why I ask is because in my career, and you've watched it for twenty years now when you've actually been a great help to me in my career people have looked me in the face and said, that's not gonna work. You're not gonna make it has it did anybody ever tell Ted Nugent that thirty forty fifty years.

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