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Fresh update on "wade " discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:40 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wade " discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

"High 70s. Look for a little cooler error on the way Saturday and even the possibility of some morning rain showers, but otherwise drying out later in the day and we'll wind up with more sunshine on Sunday in a high about 80 and slowly creeping up to near 90° by the middle of next week. Seattle 78 now Tacoma 81 ever at 75 and in downtown Bellevue 81° at 6 25. Well, there's concern that the changing abortion landscape in this country post roe V wade is going to cause further strain on blood donations. The story from Greg hirsch, doctor Kirsten alcorn is co chief medical officer at bloodworks northwest, and she tells me they're braced for more pregnancy related complications among women coming here from other states. Either dude to non medical S pen out of the horse and where they end up with complications that require blood transfusion as a supportive treatment or where other pregnancy related care is not attended to people end up with bleeding issues. She says at this time they don't know the exact impact of all this, but it comes at a time that blood supplies remain alarmingly low, especially for a positive red blood cells. Those represent about 40% of the population, bottom line, the doctor says they're going to need more blood donations. Greg Herschel, northwest news radio. As students go back to school, they're also headed back to athletics during the hottest part of the year. Doctor Richard so, with Cleveland clinic, says heat illness is usually the result of overexertion in hot, humid weather. It can cause fatigue, muscle cramping, or heat stroke, which can be deadly. He recommends drinking plenty of fluids to stay hydrated, even the night before hitting the field. Heat exhaustion may include headache, vomiting, dizziness, or fainting, if these symptoms show lower their body temperature as soon as possible. You put ice over their larger arteries and blood vessels, you put ice in their groins ice in the armpits and hose them down. Encourages athletes to take breaks and listen to their body if they seem confused or have slurred speech, seek medical help right away. That's from como forest Tyra majors. And the Food and Drug Administration is recommending people testing themselves for COVID at home take a second test within 48 hours because at home tests are less likely to detect the virus than PCR tests. The FDA made that recommendation to rule out false negatives. The FDA notes at home tests are authorized for repeat use, and it adds people should use multiple tests over two to three days, especially if they don't have symptoms. Our northwest news time 6 27, right back with headlines from around the world an ABC

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Indiana becomes 1st state to approve abortion ban post Roe

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 d ago

Indiana becomes 1st state to approve abortion ban post Roe

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting Indiana becomes the first state to approve an abortion ban post role Indiana has become the first state to pass new legislation severely restricting access to abortions since the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in June that overturned drove the wade The Indiana legislature approved the near total abortion ban Friday and Republican governor Eric holcomb then signed the bill The legislation does allow some exceptions including in cases of rape incest and to protect the life and physical health of the mother After the Supreme Court ruling that removed constitutional protections for abortion Indiana was one of the first Republican run state legislatures to debate tighter abortion laws I'm Mike Gracia

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Fresh update on "wade " discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

02:15 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wade " discussed on All Things Considered

"From the lemelson foundation. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm wanna summers in Washington. And I'm Elsa Qing in Culver City, California. A prosecutor in Madison county Nebraska has charged a woman with helping her daughter abort a pregnancy illegally. And some of the evidence against her was handed over to police by Facebook, and Pierre law enforcement correspondent Martin costy has been following the story and joins us now hi, Martin. Hi, Elsa. Wait, so is this the first abortion prosecution after the overturning of roe V wade back in June? Well, some have framed it that way, but it's a little murkier than that. What happened is that in April, the police in the town of Norfolk, Nebraska, investigated two women, Jessica Burgess, 41 years old, and her daughter, Celeste Burgess, was 17 at the time. The investigative them for mishandling human remains, police say a fetus that Celeste said was stillborn was illegally disposed of that it was burned then buried, and the women were initially charged for that in June. But then police got a warrant to see the women's private Facebook messages, and they say those show that this was not a miscarriage that, in fact, Jessica had helped her daughter get pills to perform an illegal abortion. Okay, but why would this alleged abortion be illegal if it happened before roe V wade was overturned? I don't get that. Well, police say the pregnancy was 23 weeks along, Nebraska law bans abortion after 20 weeks. Now that wouldn't have been enforceable under roe V wade. Now it would be, but legal experts doubt it could be enforced for an abortion done weeks before the Supreme Court's ruling. Even justice Brett Kavanaugh said so in his concurring opinion, so you're right that these felony abortion charges may not very well hold up in court. Okay, well, let's turn to these Facebook messages. I understand please got them with a warrant, right? While investigating, as you say, the mishandling of human remains, how exactly do these messages lead to these illegal abortion charges? Well, these are very private conversations between a mother and a daughter, they're a pretty Frank. They talk about when to take the pills, Celeste writes. I will finally be able to wear jeans. We should say that we tried to reach the burgesses and their lawyers by phone today without success. But the two women have pleaded not guilty. And how is Facebook explaining why they gave police these private messages? Well, they wouldn't talk to us about this. And talk about this on the record. They rarely do in cases like this, but their parent company meta put out a statement. And it says police gave them quote valid legal warrants, and they say the warrants did not mention abortion. But what they don't say is whether they would have handled this any differently if they had known it was an abortion investigation. I talked about this with Andrew Crocker. He's a senior staff attorney with the electronic frontier foundation. And he says, if a warrant is legal, a tech company like Facebook is going to comply. Every day across the country, police get access to private messages, and this is an extremely routine part of everyday criminal investigations. I think a lot of people are waking up to it because of the far ranging nature of how we expect abortion investigations are going to go. And it's going to touch people's lives many more people's lives in a way that maybe they hadn't thought about in the past. Okay, well, maybe this is routine, but what do you think Martin, do you have any sense of whether companies like meta are going to be feeling a lot of public pressure not to cooperate with abortion investigations? Well, these data companies have a long-standing policy of complying with warrants that are valid in the jurisdictions that they're coming from. And even Andrew Crocker at the EFF says it's probably not a great idea if they're going to start picking and choosing which kinds of criminal investigations they're willing to cooperate with. What he would like to see, though, is that companies like meta might be willing to start keeping less information about people on hand so it's not available when law enforcement comes calling. And of course, people do have the option of shifting their conversations to other platforms like signal or telegram where everything is encrypted end to end, and that company doesn't have couldn't hand over your messages even if it wanted to. That is an option. All right, that is NPR law enforcement correspondent Martin Costa, thank you, Martin. You're welcome

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Gov. Ron DeSantis Suspends State Attorney Andrew Warren

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:45 min | Last week

Gov. Ron DeSantis Suspends State Attorney Andrew Warren

"Announcing that he is suspending a woke George Soros endorsed state prosecutor. Take a listen. The constitution of Florida has vested the veto power in the governor, not an individual state attorney. And so when you flagrantly violate your oath of office, when you make yourself above the law, you have violated your duty. You have neglected your duty and you are displaying a lack of confidence to be able to reform those duties. And so today we are suspending state attorney Andrew Warren effective in media. And I say good for you, governor, there is so much great content and sound bites coming out of that press conference. This was absolutely phenomenal. This is how you do it, folks. This is how Republicans win the day. You see, so many Republican governors, and we've got one here in Tennessee. His name is Bill Lee. And he won't do something like that. He'd never go after the state prosecutors who refused to enforce the law. And by the way, that's what Andrew Warren is accused of doing. Andrew Warren went out there and announced that he doesn't care what the Supreme Court decided about roe V wade that they would not be prosecuting any abortion cases in Tampa Florida. He was literally going out in front of the cameras and daring the governor to do something. And guess what? Ron DeSantis has the man parts to back it up. Ron DeSantis got out there and he's been doing this from day one.

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Fresh "Wade   " from Morning Edition

Morning Edition

01:07 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh "Wade " from Morning Edition

"Me how to get my name on your 30 thought I need to ask somebody to get the letter she'll be locked my rocking at The Rock in Newark come tomorrow right now 74, make sure you grab that umbrella this morning if you're heading outside, it's raining. Sky showers and thunderstorms through early afternoon, it'll turn sunny and 86. At 7 45. I wanna go do all I gotta work on that at the end of the episode I stuck with me. I hope Whatever.. This is morning edition from NPR news, I'm Leila folded. And I'm a Martinez. When roe V wade was overturned, Wisconsin used a state law from 1849 to ban nearly all abortions. In neighboring Illinois, abortion rights are protected. Now, Planned Parenthood staffers in both states have teamed up to support patients who want an abortion no matter which state they call home. From member station WBZ in Chicago, Kristen shoresh reports. Natalie hartwig is a nurse midwife in Wisconsin at Planned Parenthood. When roe V wade fell, her clinic stopped performing abortions. Now about two days a week, her wig drives at least two hours from her home in Madison across the border into Illinois. She leaves as early as 5 30 in the morning. Her son still in bed. To get to the Planned Parenthood clinic in Waukegan. It's a suburb in far northern Illinois. Luckily, it's summer. For now, he can sleep in. Making the truck to Illinois allows her to care for abortion patients. She can't do this at home. In Waukegan, she works in the recovery room, monitoring patients and taking their vitals. And she got her license in Illinois and is trained to provide medication abortion. Even as a nurse with an advanced degree, she wasn't allowed to do this in Wisconsin, when abortion was still legal. She can treat these patients virtually through telehealth visits from anywhere in Illinois. This was really just what I was always supposed to do and there's nothing that's going to keep me from helping our patients. The Joaquin clinic is Planned Parenthood of Illinois busiest for out of state abortion patients. There's been a burst of people from Wisconsin in particular. Within a month of row overturning, there was a tenfold increase in patients from Wisconsin, traveling to all Planned Parenthood clinics in Illinois. What used to be 35 patients a month? Jump to 350. And that doesn't include Wisconsin residents who received abortions with other providers. Planned Parenthood of Illinois prepared for this moment. They opened this clinic in Waukegan two years ago. It's about a 20 minute drive from the Wisconsin border. They knew that if roe fell, Wisconsin would largely strip away access to abortion. Inside the clinic, there are usual exam tables and ultrasound machines. There are also signs of what this space used to be, a big bank on a busy retail strip. The assistant manager as we're a figueroa took me on a tour. He points out hints of the past, like the shiny vault in the break room. Can't get inside of it. I really wish we could, but it's really cool to just have here. More than a dozen staffers with Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, commute to Waukegan. Some a few times a week, some a few days a month. Doctor Kathy king is the organization's medical director. She said, well, her staff is dedicated to providing these services. It comes at a cost. It is a burden on our clinicians and nurses and medical assistants who have young children at home. It sounds great. Sure, we'll all just travel down to walk Keegan, but the logistics of that in the sacrifice of doing that on just people's day to today lives takes a toll. Still, she says the sacrifice has helped with staff from Wisconsin. The Waukegan clinic has doubled the number of abortion appointments available, and they're still ramping up. This could be a model for other states where abortion has been further restricted. Within a month after Rafael, dozens of clinics closed, as 11 states across the Midwest and the south implemented bands. That's according to the gut mocker institute, which supports abortion rights and tracks the issue. That's love providers looking for work, while clinics in places like Illinois need help to care for a surge of out of state patients. For NPR news, I'm Kristen shore and Chicago. This story is a collaboration

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Danielle D'Souza Gill Joins Her Dad to Talk About Abortion

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:05 min | Last week

Danielle D'Souza Gill Joins Her Dad to Talk About Abortion

"A big development in Kansas, which some people who have focused solely on the election primaries have not emphasized. But there was a referendum in Kansas, the point of the referendum was to modify a provision in the Kansas state constitution that would return the abortion issue to the legislature. And this was up before the people of Kansas and they voted the amendment down, which is to say they voted to keep the constitution as it is, and you might say, protect abortion rights, abortion rights, so called in Kansas. Now, Kansas is a moderately conservative state, and so the left is celebrating this. Wow, the abortion issue has so much political traction for us. It's going to help us to promote our promote Democrats in the midterms. So I kind of wanted to get your take on what's happened in Kansas and what is this a message to the pro life movement to gear up? It is because the left is going to stoop to any level to do any kind of disinformation campaign to really scare people into thinking that things are much worse than they are in reality, Kansas is a conservative state. There are solidly pro life state. And even in Kansas, there are only actually have in the whole state a couple abortion clinics. And of course, that is a couple too many clinics, but in reality that this state they're saying is becoming this Mecca of abortion now. People around another states can come to Kansas for abortion, but we're really talking about really just very few people who I think are these very radical pro abortion advocates. And they were the ones who turned up who really got other people to show up by, I think, scaring them. And they're thinking that perhaps the laws were different than they were. And I think the pro life side probably thought, oh, you know, roe V wade's overturned. So we're good to go now and we can just rely on the states to be conservative and pro life that they will pass the laws we want, but the other side really showed up and unfortunately our side didn't.

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Fresh update on "wade " discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

01:07 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wade " discussed on Morning Edition

"Morning edition from NPR news. I'm Leila folded. And I'm a Martinez. When roe V wade was overturned, Wisconsin used a state law from 1849 to ban nearly all abortions. In neighboring Illinois, abortion rights are protected. Now, Planned Parenthood staffers in both states have teamed up to support patients who want an abortion no matter which state they call home. From member station WBZ in Chicago, Kristen shoresh reports. Natalie hartwig is a nurse midwife in Wisconsin at Planned Parenthood. When roe V wade fell, her clinic stopped performing abortions. Now about two days a week, her week drives at least two hours from her home in Madison, across the border into Illinois. She leaves as early as 5 30 in the morning. Her son still in bed. To get to the Planned Parenthood clinic in Waukegan. It's a suburb in far northern Illinois. Luckily, it's summer. For now, he can sleep in. Making the truck to Illinois allows her to care for abortion patients. She can't do this at home. In Waukegan, she works in the recovery room, monitoring patients and taking their vitals. And she got her license in Illinois and is trained to provide medication abortion. Even as a nurse with an advanced degree, she wasn't allowed to do this in Wisconsin, when abortion was still legal. She can treat these patients virtually through telehealth visits from anywhere in Illinois. This was really just what I was always supposed to do and there's nothing that's going to keep me from helping our patients. The Joaquin clinic is Planned Parenthood of Illinois busiest for Odyssey abortion patients. There's been a burst of people from Wisconsin in particular. Within a month of row overturning, there was a tenfold increase in patients from Wisconsin, traveling to all Planned Parenthood clinics in Illinois. What used to be 35 patients a month? Jump to 350. And that doesn't include Wisconsin residents who received abortions with other providers. Planned Parenthood of Illinois prepared for this moment. They opened this clinic in Waukegan two years ago. It's about a 20 minute drive from the Wisconsin border. They knew that if ro fell, Wisconsin would largely strip away access to abortion. Inside the clinic, there are usual exam tables and ultrasound machines. There are also signs of what this space used to be, a big bank on a busy retail strip. The assistant manager as we're a figueroa took me on a tour. He points out hints of the past, like the shiny vault in the break room. Can't get inside of it. I really wish we could, but it's really cool to just have here. More than a dozen staffers with Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, commute to Waukegan. Some a few times a week, some a few days a month. Doctor Kathy king is the organization's medical director. She said, well, her staff is dedicated to providing these services. It comes at a cost. It is a burden on our clinicians and nurses and medical assistants who have young children at home. It sounds great. Sure, we'll all just travel down to walk Keegan. But the logistics of that and the sacrifice of doing that on just people's day to today lives takes a toll. Still, she says the sacrifice has helped with staff from Wisconsin. The wake and clinic has doubled the number of abortion appointments available, and they're still ramping up. This could be a model for other states where abortion has been further restricted. Within a month after Rafael, dozens of clinics closed, as 11 states across the Midwest and the south implemented bands. That's according to the gut mocker institute, which supports abortion rights and tracks the issue. That's love providers looking for work, while clinics in places like Illinois need help to care for

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Kansas's Abortion Swing Does Not Mean a National Win for Democrats

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:10 min | Last week

Kansas's Abortion Swing Does Not Mean a National Win for Democrats

"As New York Times reports, consider far western Kansas, a rural region along the Colorado border that overwhelmingly votes Republican. In Hamilton county, which voted 81% for Trump in 2020, less than 56%, chose the anti abortion position on Tuesday. In greenlee county, which voted more than 85% for Trump, only about 60% chose the anti abortion position. The worst wing areas that swung left, cities and suburbs, there were some people who showed up, turnout was pretty high. It is also true, however, that the turnout being this high was for a single issue. Not necessarily for a presidential election or for a gubernatorial election. So a lot of people voted on this particular referendum who did not vote in the democratic primaries, for example. And so you could see something very similar happen. Let's say the Democrats try to stack state ballots with abortion referenda in an attempt to get people out to the ballot box. Well, it's quite possible. We'll split their ticket and they vote in favor of the things the Democrats are proposing if people agree with what voters just didn't in Kansas. And then at the same time, they don't vote for the actual Democrats. The notion that this is going to provide some sort of inflection point for Democrats going forward, I think is wrong and I think it's even more wrong because the federal Democrats feel the necessity to get out over their skis on this thing. And what this did, what the overturn of roe versus wade did, is it relegated this back to the states? Well, we just saw as a state like Kansas. Sort of unpredictably decided that it was further left on the issue of abortion than people thought it was. How exactly is that a, how exactly does that mean that role being overturned was a massive problem for the states? Obviously it is not. Now Kansas is actually getting to decide for itself. What it wishes to do on abortion, which is called federalism. But Joe Biden is trying to ref federalize the issue. He's trying to take it up again, re centralize the issue, which I think is actually not going to be particularly the popular. And the reason I think that's not going to be particular popular is because, again, people in Kansas may be worried about what happens to them in Kansas. But why exactly do you think that that's going to motivate them to vote on federal abortion legislation that applies to people in Alabama? What makes you think that everybody wants this to be a national issue predominantly when the Supreme Court is very unlikely to allow it to become a national issue in the first place.

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Are The Republicans Going To Blow 2022?

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:55 min | Last week

Are The Republicans Going To Blow 2022?

"We have a bunch of results from Republican primaries across the country. And what they are showing is sort of a mixed record of candidate selection from Republicans. This is not been a major surprise given the fact that Republicans very often nominate candidates in what are supposed to be wave years who are kind of sketch. You remember this in 2010. There were a bunch of Republican candidates in what should have been lean our races who seemed out of the box and then ended up losing very winnable races, Republicans have an unfortunate tendency in primaries to select the people who they think are the most passionate. The most potentially game changing. And then those people go on to lose the general election. The famously William F. Buckley suggested that the art of politics when it comes to primary voting is to select the rightmost candidate who can win and very often Republican voters forget that last part of the sentence who can win and they just select the rightmost candidate and understandable mistake. This is complicated by cross currents from president Trump because so much of American politics has now become a litmus test on loyalty. And so when president Trump attacks a candidate, very often, people resonate to the candidate, the Trump endorses, even if the candidate that Trump endorses isn't exactly a person who is likely to win a general election simply because they feel the person that Trump is ripping on is not sufficiently loyal to the cause. There are all these varying sort of eddies in American politics. And what this is amounting to is Republicans blowing the chance perhaps to actually win back the Senate or win a broader majority in the House of Representatives. Yesterday Nate silver is 5 38 switched its projection to forecast for the first time that Democrats will actually keep the United States Senate. That is a direct result of candidate selection by Republicans in primaries ranging from places like Georgia to places like Pennsylvania. Nate silver wrote on Twitter. It seems clear. There's something happening here and move into our Democrats in recent polls isn't just statistical noise. He says that something is probably in part or indeed mostly jobs, meaning the Supreme Court decision to overrule roe versus wade, but there are quite a few factors that will come to look better for Democrats over the past few weeks, including their legislative agenda.

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Biden to sign executive order to protect travel for abortion

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

Biden to sign executive order to protect travel for abortion

"President Biden today will take a step aimed in part at protecting women traveling between states to get an abortion It's another in a series of executive actions the Biden administration's taken since the Supreme Court's roe V wade decision The president will sign an order letting states that have not banned abortion to apply for specific Medicare waivers that would effectively help them treat women from out of state as the president launches a federal task force on access to reproductive care many Democrats and abortion advocacy groups are pushing for more including declaration of a public health emergency on abortion White House officials have said that would not accomplish much Sagar Meghani Washington

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 Kansas voters resoundingly protect their access to abortion

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Kansas voters resoundingly protect their access to abortion

"Kansas voters want to protect their access to abortion Kansas voters have rejected a ballot measure that would have allowed the Republican controlled legislature to tighten restrictions on abortion or ban it altogether Tuesday's referendum was the first test of voter sentiment after the U.S. Supreme Court in June overturned roe V wade in a statement president Joe Biden says this vote makes clear what we know The majority of Americans agree that women should have access to abortion and should have the right to make their own healthcare decisions The anti abortion group Susan B. Anthony pro life America says the vote is a huge disappointment and it calls on anti abortion candidates to go on the offensive

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Kansas voters uphold state abortion rights, CBS News projects

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Kansas voters uphold state abortion rights, CBS News projects

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting Kansas voters protect abortion rights and block a path to an outright ban In the first test of U.S. voter sediment on abortion rights since the Supreme Court overturned roe V wade in June voters in Kansas protected the right to an abortion in the sunflower state Borders rejected a measure that would have allowed the Republican controlled Kansas legislature to tighten abortion restrictions or ban it outright In Michigan Thank you thank you Thank you Donald Trump endorsed conservative commentator Tudor Dixon won the Republican primary for Michigan governor That sets up a November general election showdown with democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer In Missouri trudy bush Valentine beat ten candidates in the democratic U.S. Senate primary but she'll be the underdog against Republican attorney general Eric Schmidt in November in

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US sues Idaho over abortion law, citing medical emergencies

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

US sues Idaho over abortion law, citing medical emergencies

"The Justice Department's taking its first major action in response to some states enacting restrictive abortion laws after the Supreme Court overturned roe V wade Today the Justice Department filed a lawsuit against the state of Idaho Attorney general Merrick Garland says federal law requires that anyone coming to a medical facility for emergency care get necessary treatment In abortion if needed Idaho's law would make it a criminal offense for doctors to provide the emergency medical treatment that federal law requires The high courts row decision is likely to lead to abortion bans in roughly half the states Garland says his department will keep working to protect reproductive freedom Washington

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Bipartisan compromise bill would restore abortion rights

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Bipartisan compromise bill would restore abortion rights

"I Mike rossia reporting there's a bipartisan compromise bill in the Senate that would restore abortion rights Four senators have introduced bipartisan legislation to restore abortion access following the Supreme Court decision to overturn roe V wade The legislation was introduced by Democrats Tim kaine of Virginia and kyrsten sinema of Arizona and Republican senator Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska The legislation would prohibit most state regulations that prevent abortion access before fetal viability State restrictions would be permitted as long as the mother's life is protected The bill is not expected to pass and it's unlikely to even be brought to a vote But backers say the legislation is intended to signal to state legislatures and the public that a majority of the U.S. Senate supports codifying roe Mike Gracia Washington

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Rabbi Jonathan Cahn and Eric Discuss Trump's Effect on Roe v. Wade

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | Last week

Rabbi Jonathan Cahn and Eric Discuss Trump's Effect on Roe v. Wade

"Welcome back, we're talking to rabbi Jonathan Khan, author of many books, including the harbinger, the harbinger two, son of harbinger, just kidding. No. Harbinger meets avenue Costello meet harbinger, the film is called the harbingers of things to come. It's available at Salem now, dot com, all kinds of other stuff in here. When you talk about the jubilee of abortion, which we just covered, you were relating that to the Supreme Court overturning roe V wade, and there's no question that is utterly historic. I mean, it's a monumental thing that something which was a bad law, not just because abortion is evil, but the law itself was bad. It was a high handed overreach by the judiciary to legislate something. It has no business being found in the constitution. It's just complete nonsense. But to have that actually overturned in our lifetimes, thanks to Donald Trump, who appointed three originalists to the Supreme Court. Yes. Yeah, a few things. One is, and remember we once talked about a thing called the paradigm. I think that I'm just going to say one thing about that. I won't go, yeah. What's one of your books? Yeah. Yeah. And one of the things about Donald Trump is I saw that he's following with America. He kept following this pattern of jehu jehu was the wild guide. And he comes up while the nation's falling away from God. But the one thing that one thing that jehu does, which is if he only did that, it would be enough. Is he opposes the worship of bail, which is the offering of child sacrifice. So the thing is that so jehu actually causes the temple of bail to fall. Donald Trump, as you said, he's the one who appointed the three Supreme Court Justices and by that act he caused roe versus way to fall.

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Greg Gutfeld and Charlie Discuss the Hilarious Babylon Bee

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:15 min | Last week

Greg Gutfeld and Charlie Discuss the Hilarious Babylon Bee

"For the day. And again, this is why the Babylon bee is so unbelievably brilliant. Because. You can not decipher between the Babylon bee headline and what's happening in The New York Times, I'm just waiting for the fema press release. Hurricane incoming, no need to be urgent. Yes. You're a KKK member. Yes, no rush, no rush. You may die, but you know, you'll be an antiracist. Yes, exactly. I hate the Babylon bee for reasons that they might be funnier than me. And that is a problem. But you know what's interesting going back to the left, what's happening to the left. As the Babylon B gets funny or in funnier, what's less funny, the onion. The onion actually did, they actually now kind of do serious stuff, and I'm like, what happened? And it's like, you know, some things just you just can't joke about. Even the onion, like the roe V wade thing, and we can't even joke about that. You know, and so then they just trash somebody, whatever. Meanwhile, the Babylon bee is, has flipped the script. You know, now the onion is dean wormer, their animal House, and they're really sweet, smart people. I mean, who would have thought that a Christian website is funnier than all the cool atheists?

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Poll: Democrats Lead by 4% in Midterm Races

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:31 min | Last week

Poll: Democrats Lead by 4% in Midterm Races

"Democrats are leading in the midterm race with a 4% edge over the GOP on the generic congressional ballot. This is a Suffolk university USA Today poll. 44% should if the election were held today, they would vote for a Democrat, only 40% said they'd vote for a Republican a 16% remain undecided. So maybe that's the key if you believe this poll. But I just want to ask you, simple question. Do you honestly believe that more Americans are upset about roe V wade? Being overturned? Then being able to pay the bills, you know, we fall into a trap with polls. And the trap is this. If a poll confirms what we hope for or what we think, we like the poll. If it doesn't, we don't like the poll. And I don't want to fall into that trap. I'm just going to ask you the smartest audience in America. Here in the relief factor dot com studios as we kick things off for a Friday, July 29th. Do you honestly think that this poll is correct that more Americans are concerned about abortion? Than they are, the economy, their bank account, their 401k, filling up the gas tank, going to the grocery store. Being able to buy a house pay rent?

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Mike Pence Lays out Freedom Agenda: Secure the Sanctity of Life

Mark Levin

01:45 min | 2 weeks ago

Mike Pence Lays out Freedom Agenda: Secure the Sanctity of Life

"Go We begin our freedom agenda with a focus on American culture Now why is that Well the late Andrew breitbart often said politics is downstream From culture If we allow the radical left to continue dumping toxic waste into the headwaters of our culture Our politics will get more poisonous than ever You're the American people are proud of our culture They believe it's worth protecting for future generations As Americans we believe in those timeless ideals of life and liberty and the pursuit of happiness So where we begin with the freedom agenda is a very simple commitment to secure the sanctity of life at the center of American law once again Stand before you today with a grateful heart That after nearly 50 years of lives of incalculable value lost to our nation 50 years of heartbreak 50 years of praying and fasting and working and volunteering and caring Last month at long last with the support of three Supreme Court Justices appointed during the Trump Pence administration we sent roe versus wade to the ash heap of history where it belongs Now you'll notice that Pence is not in any respect running away From his service under Donald Trump

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How John Rawls' 'Veil of Ignorance' Can Be Applied to Abortion

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:45 min | 2 weeks ago

How John Rawls' 'Veil of Ignorance' Can Be Applied to Abortion

"The philosopher John Rawls is believed to be one of the most influential philosophers of the 20th century. Now there are some people who would say he was the most influential. He was certainly not the greatest philosopher of the century. I think you'd have to say that that was Martin heidegger. The German thinker who was at least for a time infatuated by the Nazis, but nevertheless, whose philosophical reputation is in the league of the great 19th century philosophers like Nietzsche and schopenhauer and then the 18th century philosophers like Kant and others. Now Rawls, however, was a political philosopher. And he's most famous for his book called a theory of justice, published in 1971. I'm telling you all this because Rawls name was recently invoked by a law professor. In the context of the Supreme Court decision this is the Dobbs decision overturning roe versus wade. And he has a really a bardone writing quote, Rawls wrote that the Supreme Court was the quote exemplar of public reason end quote. How sad it is to see how wrong he was. So according to bardon, the Rawls, who always believed that morality is not merely a function of instinct, but is a function of reason. We can reason our way to a sound conclusion.

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Joe Moreno: You Can't Just Invent Stuff in the Constitution

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Joe Moreno: You Can't Just Invent Stuff in the Constitution

"Joe, the very people, as you point out, who are elected to make the laws are like throwing up their hands and going, oh my gosh, I don't want to do my job. No, no, you handle it, you handle it, and you're right, that's been the consistent theme from the court. Hey, we have a role. The executive has a role, but ladies and gentlemen, this is your role. Yeah. I mean, and to say, and some of the hyperbole. I mean, calling the court fascist and calling it judicial activism. It's raw exercise of judicial authority. Guess what? Roe V wade was a raw exercise of judicial authority. You had 5 judges in robes effectively making a decision that for 50 years took an issue that's very, very important to millions of Americans out of the hands of the legislatures at every level. And so basically you can't touch this because we say it's in the constitution. Well, guess what, 50 years later, finally, you have a majority saying, you know what? It's not in the constitution, no matter how hard you want it to be. There are ways to put that sort of thing in the constitution. It's called an amendment, right? But not the case here. So regardless of your personal views on abortion and jobs and row, I mean, what this is is a consistent ideology to say, again, we're looking at the law and the constitution as it was written. And if you want to change it, you can't just invent stuff. You can't just weed things out of it. You have to do the hard work, pass a law at the state level, pass a law to federal level, pass a constitutional amendment. Those are all things that happen all the time. That's it. That's how you have to do these things. You can't expect a court to do it for you.

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Democrats Are Willing to Sacrifice the Constitution for Their Agenda

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:44 min | 2 weeks ago

Democrats Are Willing to Sacrifice the Constitution for Their Agenda

"Going to play a clip here from representative Sicily, who is actually the sponsor of this assault weapon, man. He's very blunt. He used a strong language, but he had just flat out says, I don't care about your constitutional argument. Take a listen. So spam me the. About constitutional rights. The gentleman. No, I will not. And I'm not going to yield for my entire 5 minutes so don't ask again. Wow. I mean, is there any doubt? I mean, Democrats are willing to sacrifice the constitutional amendments that we have. If they don't fit their political agenda, this is the problem that we've had all along, especially with this court in this past cycle in particular, this past month, when you had court rulings in the school choice case up in Maine, you had it in the school prayer or the prayer case with a coach Kennedy case. You had it in the gun case out of New York. And you had it, of course, in the Hobbes decision out of Mississippi, in which you roe versus wade was overturned. Now, this is just a recurring theme when they don't like what is happening. The jobs in case and others here, when they don't like what is happening, they just tend to blame the court. They blame the interpretation. They don't like the amendments. You know, the court is now an activist court because it doesn't fit their agenda. Now when it was an activist court implementing roe V wade when it was an activist court, you know, defining the separation, this wall of separation in the defining of the free expression and the establishment clause in the First Amendment, they didn't know have any problem with that. But when it's done fit their agenda, they don't like it.

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House Passes Bill to Protect Same-Sex Marriage

The Officer Tatum Show

01:05 min | 3 weeks ago

House Passes Bill to Protect Same-Sex Marriage

"A vote to codify same sex marriage in federal law split House Republicans on Tuesday with roughly a third of the GOP conference voting with Democrats in favor of the risk opposing. So what they want to do, and the House passed legislation repealing the defense. Let me see, okay, so it's 22 67 to one 57 vote. The House passed legislation repealing the defense of marriage act and enshrining protection for gay marriage into federal law. So let me just explain what this means. I'm sure 99.9% of y'all know exactly what this means. Let me just explain. Just like roe V wade was not settled law. It's not a law. And the same thing with the defense of marriage act is an act is not a law. And they want to eliminate the act and they want to implement a law. it's federally protected. I believe I'm rehearsing it correctly.

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"wade  " Discussed on Fertile Ground

Fertile Ground

03:01 min | Last month

"wade " Discussed on Fertile Ground

"You have absolutely no idea about when I go through. So I think that that's, you know, that is definitely a huge point for me. And I just feel like, at this point, yo, like, you guys have really, really got to take a step back and look at what you're judgment does. Right? So that's kind of where I stand on it. And I feel like, again, it goes back to the support. We need to continue to support each other. We need to continue to value women. To place them in a specific place where they understand where we understand as women that we are a priceless commodity. We need to protect our women, especially, you know, I'm a black woman, living in the minority community, and within the collective and I'll tell you right now that I don't believe, you know, especially black women, but black women are protected. You know, we haven't been protected in my opinion ever. And it's not just by the world. It's within our own communities as well. So, you know, there is opportunity there for us to continue to do that. So we're going to take a quick break. When we come right back, we will talk a little bit more about this issue and what you can do to help let your voice be heard. So stay tuned. We'll be right back. Undisputed fact of the day, roe versus wade was overturned. What you gonna do

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"wade  " Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

05:44 min | Last month

"wade " Discussed on Today, Explained

"Is 120 days into the pregnancy. Is that a very old law or is that something new that is grounded in what science tells us about viability? Oh, it's very old. It goes back to the very first interpretations of the Quran by religious scholars. Wow. So yeah. And I want to say something about the word law. In our English speaking western mind, when we say the word law, we think about state law. Yeah. What I'm describing here is a different type of law. It is the rules by which Muslims live our lives. That in a Sharia perspective is a part of the overall rule of law and a Muslim society. There's another type of law that is not based on scriptural interpretation, but it is what the state or the ruler does. And that has a very different mission and purpose. And traditionally, the purpose of state law is to serve the public good. And so that is what those laws are that the state is imposing on everyone is a very different question than what does scripture tell a Muslim to do in their life. So there's a very strong distinction in Muslim minds, at least classically speaking, that whatever you decide to do based on your own, which school of thought you decide to follow in your own personal life, that is not directly translate to what the state should be doing for everyone else. Yes, and your op-ed doesn't just suggest that abortion bans run counter to Islam, but also to other Christian viewpoints. Talk about how roe being overturned in a sense privileges certain types of Christianity over others. Well, to the extent that these laws are a reflection of or in agreement with one particular Christian view on when life begins, that is an enshrinement of that moral view in two state law. And if it is enshrined in such a way that is a ban on certain types of abortions, that other religions would allow, then that's an infringement on those followers of those religions practicing, fully practicing their religion. So when you take the most restrictive view of when abortion is allowed and in trying it into state law, then anybody who follows a different moral view about abortion is no longer able to fully live their lives according to their own spiritual guidance. It's worth noting that the Supreme Court never argued that life begins at conception. It leaves things up to the states. How do you see the Supreme Court siding with the Christian right if the Supreme Court deliberately didn't address the question? I don't make the argument that the Supreme Court per se was siding with the Christian right. What it does is it opens the door for the Christian right or any extremist more perspective that is able to Garner a majority in the state legislatures to then impose a particular religious view on the rest of us. So all the Supreme Court did was open the door to this being decided by democratic processes. And a very proudly said that that's what it was doing. So I think that all Americans should be concerned when this is left to majoritarian politics. But what's so interesting to me and again, this comes down to how the words minority and majority apply is a majority of Americans did not want roe versus wade overturned. And the majority of Americans, they have nuanced views about abortion. It was a Christian minority that pushed for this and got what they wanted. Talk a little bit about that. So theoretically, that would mean if you leave it to the democratic processes, then the majority will then say, let's keep it legal and it should be fine. My concern is that that's not likely to happen. So what happens is you have a very activist community using religion or religious arguments to gin up a population to vote for this that will not actually be reflective of the population's desires. And we've seen that happen in all kinds of elections where the people elected don't actually have the full popular vote, but yet they end up because of the way that our politics works, they end up in power. So when you have the power of the state imposing a particular minority view of abortion on the rest of us, that should be concerning to everybody, but it's particularly concerning to me as a Muslim who knows that laws are often made that harm Muslims because we are not either taken into account or that we have misunderstandings about what Islam is all about. So the laws are written to restrict us and our practices because our practices are misunderstood. As a constitutional scholar, what do you think this decision means about the separation of church and state? I think it's concerning because if laws are being motivated by a particular religious belief about life, then we could end up with emerging of those two in a way that we haven't seen before. Let's imagine a religious view that's not dominant in America, but what if it was able to Garner majority in a particular area. So let's say a majority Hindu population or a Jane population that believes that there is reincarnation or that all life is sacred including animal life should not be killed if they were to be able to pass a law that would make it illegal to slaughter cattle for hamburgers or even kill insects in the most conservative views of jainism as I understand that would feel like a real infringement on a lot of Americans who don't believe that those things are killing a life. And so to me, that is if we could take our time to think through that thought experiment, I think it helps us to understand.

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"wade  " Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

01:36 min | Last month

"wade " Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

"And the balance that existed is for Congress to restore the protections of roe V wade as federal law. Aaron, the president is saying, this is now on Congress that Congress needs to codify the protections that roe V wade had for the right to an abortion. But the problem is they don't have the numbers in Congress to do that. They've tried to do that in recent weeks after that draft decision had leaked, but it wasn't doable. So the president today was saying that Americans now need to get out, make their voices heard and in November and in subsequent elections, need to elect more lawmakers who will do just that. Not even just at the federal level, but do it at the state level as well in order to try and restore those protections that roe had made the law of the land. And it wasn't just abortion that he said was at stake. No, the president back when that draft decision had been leaked in early May had expressed significant concerns about what this would mean for a variety of rights that Americans now take for granted, and he reiterated that again today. He said row recognize the right to privacy that this is ingrained in the fabric of this country right now. That Americans have the ability to make the best decisions for their own health in terms of birth control. Also, the ability to decide who you want to marry. And he explicitly called out justice clarence Thomas, who, in his writing on this decision, called for the reconsideration of marriage equality and the right to contraception, President Biden says this is extreme and says it is a dangerous path that this Supreme Court is taking the nation.

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"wade  " Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

The Poker Coaching Podcast

05:22 min | 4 months ago

"wade " Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

"About to happen, I guess. Prepare yourself for the savages. The worst game of truth or dare. Now this is actually an interrogation. That's what we got you here for, you know? About all the bad plays we've ever seen you make. This is the time. There's a lot of we have your we have your tax information and so we're gonna go in depth. You know, cash is don't equal wins. Exactly. He's already, he's already coming out with the asterisks. That's awesome. He's prepared me well for this. All right, everybody, thank you guys for being here. The monthly asked me anything, Tristan wade, long time, crusher in the game. Tournaments, cash games, one of the players they can do a little bit of both has been very successful. Over the years, so we're glad to have him here today. If anyone in the chat has any questions, don't be shy. We didn't get many in the forum, but yeah, you guys are here. Let's ask them some questions. They don't necessarily have to be poker related. You know, let's find, let's get into the mind of this sicko here. And see what we can learn. But yeah, we think everybody for being here, toe as well. And yeah, we'll get this started. So we'll give it a second. If you do have a question, go ahead and there's a feature below where you can just raise your hand. Invite you on stage. And if you guys don't have a question. Yeah, it's a fun little feature where they can just request to come up and speak. And then, you know, come up, get the mic and a lot of pressure up the stage. They call themselves they invite themselves up if they want to. That's a fun part, you know? So don't be shy out there. I have a few questions. Any questions you guys got? Yeah, whatever you guys got for me. I appreciate Sean. If you've got questions, that's cool too if people want to ask me hands or anything. It's all good. Pressing question. I haven't seen you. I don't think since topgolf, how are you doing? I'm good. I'm good. Thanks for asking. Yeah, I'm just moseying away. And yeah. Looking for a house out here. So that's my biggest venture right now. Oh, it's a tough buying market right now. Yeah, I know. I'm not sure it's the best time. We were looking for a while. We gave up and decided to rent. So we're moving, actually, starting packing yesterday. Day before. Okay. I might find myself in that same road, so I hear you. I just gonna rent today..

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"wade  " Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

08:25 min | 11 months ago

"wade " Discussed on BrainStuff

"Of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff lauren. Bogo bomb here nearly fifty years ago the. Us supreme court made one of its most controversial rulings with its landmark decision in roe v wade. The ruling declared that states criminalizing. Abortion violates a woman's right to due process meaning a woman has the right to choose whether to terminate a pregnancy with limited government restrictions. Until that point. Nearly all fifty states outlawed abortion except in cases to save a woman's life or health or in situations such as rape incest or fetal anomaly in the years since that landmark decision state legislators have made numerous attempts to chip away at abortion rights through ballot measures and legislative moves and together have passed more than one thousand three hundred restrictions on abortion. Dozens more are currently making their way through state legislatures but the president set by roe. V wade and its progeny case planned parenthood v. casey remain intact however a mississippi case set to be reviewed. This fall by the supreme court holds the potential to shake the very foundation. Upon which these cases stand the aftershocks. Of which will either strengthen or reshape the future of abortion rights in america it began on january twenty second of nineteen seventy-three when by vote of seven to to. The supreme court legalized abortion in the us. Under roe v wade. The court's judgment was based on the decision that a woman's right to terminate a pregnancy fell under the freedom of personal choice and family matters protected by the fourteenth amendment to the us constitution. The case created the trimester system. Which says states cannot impose any restrictions on women choosing to terminate their pregnancies during the first trimester. Though it does allow some government limits in the second trimester states can restrict or ban abortions in the last trimester once the fetus becomes able to live outside the womb however roe v wade also established that in the final trimester. A woman could obtain an abortion if doctors certified that is necessary to save the life or health of the woman in nineteen ninety two. The supreme court made another landmark decision in planned parenthood v. Casey in that case the court upheld a woman's constitutional right to have an abortion established by row but also applied the undue burden standard for abortion restrictions establishing that no laws should be too burdensome or restrictive of one's fundamental rights. There have been numerous challenges to roe. And casey through the years that the supreme court has struck down including a ban after six weeks in north dakota and ban after twelve weeks in arkansas. The court also struck down two thousand sixteen texas law that impeded clinics abilities to perform abortions earlier this year however texas lawmakers found a way to get around the supreme court at least for now at midnight on september. First of twenty twenty one. The nation's strictest abortion law went into effect in the state known as the fetal heartbeat bill or sp eight the law bans abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. That is six weeks after a person's last menstrual cycle which is before most people know they're pregnant and far earlier than legally provided by roe v. Wade what makes texas's law different from others is that it's enforceable only through private civil action. Essentially that means that the law empowers citizens to sue abortion providers or anyone who helps another person get an abortion or even intends to assist someone after a so called fetal heartbeat has been detected a which the bill defines as cardiac activity or the steady and repetitive rhythmic contraction of the fetal heart within the station sack. Although biologically the hardest we know it has not developed by six weeks so it's not really a heartbeat but rather the just coordinating effects of a small group of cardiac cells. The person suing does not have to be connected to the person considering the abortion or to a provider or even live in the state of texas if the accuser wins their case the person or entity being sued would have to pay the accuser or accusers. At least ten thousand dollars as well as costs for attorney's fees according to the law an independent abortion provider in texas called whole women's health then challenged the law in an emergency application to the supreme court on the grounds at the six week ban was unconstitutional. The supreme court remained mute on the subject until hours before the law went into effect. Issuing an unsigned opinion consisting of a single long paragraph that stated the abortion providers failed to make their case. Though chief justice. John roberts who was appointed by republican president. George w bush and left leaning justices steven briar elena. Kagan 'em sonia. Sotomayor dissented a for the article. This episode is based on. How stuff works. Spoke with stephanie lindquist. A foundation professor of law and political science at arizona state university and the recognized expert on the supreme court and she explained that the texas law was able to skirt a supreme court review at this juncture quote because it relies on private actors to enforce the law as opposed to state officials. And no one yet has enforced. It accords are very reluctant to resolve cases that have not yet reached a concrete dispute however the us department of justice has a different source of standing. She explains on september ninth of twenty twenty one. The department of justice sued texas on behalf of us citizens on the grounds that texas's abortion law is a violation of federal law attorney. General merrick garland said during a news conference quote. The act is clearly unconstitutional under longstanding. Supreme court precedent the justice department filed the lawsuit in the western district of texas and seeks permanent injunction. But the case will likely eventually make its way to the supreme court when roh went into effect in nineteen seventy three the majority of the court comprised republican appointed justices. Even justice harry blackmun. Who wrote the roe. V wade opinion had been appointed by republican president richard nixon. Since then linquist said the ideological orientation toward abortion has changed. The republican party is now firmly entrenched as the party that opposes abortion before president. Donald trump took office in two thousand seventeen. He vowed to appoint justices to the supreme court to overturn roe. V wade justice anthony. Kennedy's retirement in two thousand eighteen and ruth bader ginsburg's death in september twenty twenty allowed trump to do so with conservative pittsburgh. Cavanaugh and amy coney baratz the supreme court now has a six to three conservative majority with all six having taken hostile positions against abortion at one point or another since roe was decided. Legislators in conservative states have pressed to impose additional restrictions on abortion. But linquist says they now see a window of opportunity with the personnel changes at the supreme court quote a with the majority of justices being catholic and most of them being appointed by republican presidents. The assumption is that now is the time strike while the iron is hot. Legislation can finally get the supreme court. Where roh could be challenged and struck down another such opportunity to entice the supreme court to revisit roe. V wade presented itself in dobbs v jackson women's health organization. This case stems from a law passed by the mississippi legislature in two thousand eighteen that banned abortions after the fifteen th week of pregnancy jackson women's health organization the only licensed abortion provider in mississippi challenged the law's constitutionality after a us district court and the us district court of appeals for the fifth circuit sided with the clinic. Mississippi took the case to the supreme court on may seventeenth of thousand twenty one. The supreme court announced it would review the case. This fall the outcome of which could impact the precedents set by.

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"wade  " Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"wade " Discussed on Fresh Air

"Republican candidates have been telling me for as long as i can remember that they want to overrule roe v. Wade they want to appoint justices who will overrule roe. V wade on. There are six justices on the supreme court right now who have said in their own writings in one form or another that that they disagree with current abortion press president some of them said explicitly. They want to overrule roe. V wade but there are six justices who have said in their precedents that they think that cases like and casey were wrongly decided. And i believe that you know i believe donald trump when. He told me that his justices would vote to overrule roe v wade. I believe the justices who've been saying in dissenting opinions for many years that they would overrule roe v wade. I believe that when justice barrett signed a letter while she was still a law professor attacking abortion rights. And you know and saying that you she she should work to get rid of abortions that she was telling the truth. You know the only thing that i'm doing here and again like i could be surprised. I shouldn't speak with absolute certainty. But i am taking them at their word. My guest is ian mill heiser. Who covers the supreme court for. Vox this afternoon. After we recorded the interview the justice department announced it's filing a lawsuit to challenge texas's restrictive abortion law. We'll hear more of my interview with ian millhauser after a break. I'm terry gross. And this is fresh air. Let's get back to my interview with ian mill. Heiser who has been writing about the recent supreme court order allowing restrictive texas abortion law to go into effect. He's also been writing about the courts. Voting rights decisions the increasing use of the shadow docket and the courts. Larger moved to the right in his new book. The agenda how a republican supreme court is reshaping america. He writes that while congress has become increasingly polarized and dysfunctional. The supreme court has become the locus of policy making in the us and the policies are largely conservative. Three of the six conservative justices were appointed by president. Trump millhauser says some of the courts least understood and most arcane decisions are fundamentally reshaping our nation. He's a senior for. Vox where he focuses on the supreme court the constitution and threats to liberal democracy in the us. Millhauser is a lawyer and clerked for judge of the. Us court of appeals for the sixth circuit. So if the supreme court either.

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"wade  " Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"wade " Discussed on Fresh Air

"The court is kind of unconstitutional. So we're going to not allow us law to stamp the absolutely. They could have done that the your they could've you know like just suggested they could have said we did. Sue a state official. Who enforces the law. You sued a state judge. But yes i mean the ultimate point here is exactly what you said. This law was drafted in order to frustrate judicial review. It was drafted in order to prevent anyone from being able to suit a block. It and that's a really frightening prospect. I mean imagine if the texas governor had passed a law saying that anyone who criticizes me can be me. The texas governor can be sued obvious violation of the first amendment. I can't imagine a court would tolerate a law like that. So i think at least part of the story here. Is that the reason why. The supreme court was willing to tolerate this weird rube goldberg method of getting around the way that courts normally function is. Because there's now majority on the supreme court that opposes abortion rights. And they wanted to see this antiabortion law go into effect. So what would a challenge to this restrictive. Texas law look like who could challenge it. Under what circumstances so the way that things work now. After the supreme court's order is that someone has to wait until after they are sued and then once they are sued under the law. They can then go to court as the defendant and say your honor my defense to this lawless. That it's unconstitutional It's not lawful to ban abortion under roe v. Wade therefore this lawsuit should be thrown out there several problems to that approach. I mean one is like i said i think there's a very high likelihood that the supreme court is about to overrule roe v wade and if that happens. That defense doesn't work anymore. The other problem with it is that this law authorizes any person except for texas employees literally any person you don't have to be a texan. You don't have to be in any you don't have to know the person you're subic. Any person can sue an abortion provider. And so if someone violates the law in order to set up a test case where they can then go to court and say your honor. This laws unconstitutional. You should throw this lawsuit out. The probably not going to be sued one time they might be sued by thousands or tens of thousands of people. Because again anyone can file a lawsuit and to defend against those lawsuits. You need hire lawyers. Lawyers are expensive. You need to go to every single court in which you are sued and that could be courts all throughout taxes and that's extraordinarily expensive. The mere prospect of having to defend against this law could wind bankrupting and abortion clinic. So the person being sued has to pay a lot in court fees. Meanwhile the person suing them might get ten thousand dollars for their effort. So it's yeah Yeah exactly like the i mean. The person who is bringing the lawsuit will have some fees presumably will hire their own lawyer. You know they have to file a filing fee. It's not like you can bring a lawsuit for free. But the person being sued might be sued thousands of times you know there might be seven thousand lawsuits against them..

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"wade  " Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"wade " Discussed on Opening Arguments

"So that case was then appealed all the way up to the supreme court and in the circuit the sur petition raised three questions. But the supreme court granted cert on just one and that question is defined as quote whether all pre viability prohibitions on elective abortions are unconstitutional and of quote. That means do you overrule planned. Parenthood versus casey summarizing the quote central holding of route k so the supreme court has before it it is not yet calendar for oral argument. But it has been fully briefed. It is on the fall. Twenty twenty one docket. It will probably get hurt in november december of this year. They have before it the case. That case real be used next year to overturn roe. V wade and now the howler monkey majority writing to overturn roe. V wade is going to be able to pile on and go. Yeah add by the way like you know lots of laws restricting pre viability abortions at been in effect for six months and we seem to be fine. so you know it is diabolical. What this court has done and if you find someone defending this decision. They are an ideolog motivated by their hatred for abortion and not they are not you you need not take their legal opinions seriously know lolly strikes off strikes here it could could. Here's my question for. Could this be then now. I understand this bizarre ruling a little better. Maybe we give slight credit to that. Npr headline is the idea. May be that like okay. Using this one weird trick. It hasn't been joined. But the minute a person like an actual human stops another human from getting an abortion. Then will we see another case and then it'll be like well. You don't have that same reasoning so now you do have to enjoy that. So why don't i talk about what. S sb does okay. Because i think that'll help that question. Yeah well i mean. It's it's we're sort of dancing around that pinscher because i think i think the answer to that is that procedurally. No that's not going to help but it's a really good point. So let's let's talk about. Sba is not along bell but it is a disaster it begins with This is section one seven one point two zero one the tax code it defines fetal heartbeat as cardiac activity or the steady and repetitive rhythmic contraction of the fetal heart by the way not a medical term within the justice national sack That is the medical term. That is that lack voitey thing you see on a on an on an ultrasound. Fetal heart just means a tube that is pumping blood through the sack sexy two or three mandates that before performing any abortion doctors have to search for that fetal heartbeat section two. Oh four says if they find it. They may not perform abortion section two. Oh five gives the exception and you will notice. I have said singular. That exception is for a medical emergency. Medical emergency not defined in the statute but very clearly does not include exceptions for rape incest. Yeah almost certain to miscarry severe trauma to the fetus severe trauma to the pregnant person. Nope none of that And by the way it also amends. I if you're wondering how how deep the cruelty goes it. Amends section to forty five point zero one one of the texas health and safety code that requires doctors who perform abortions to provide a monthly report of all the abortions that they that they provide and detail eleven separate things and one of them is subsection ten whether the abortion was performed or induced because of a medical emergency and any medical condition of the pregnant woman again. That's the language of the statute that required the abortion so in other words and failure inaccuracies on your monthly reporting requirements are themselves. That's a misdemeanor. But are themselves criminal and you'll get fined for it right so creates an entire new bureaucratic mess of okay. We're going to allow medical emergency. But the doctor has to certify under penalty of perjury. That it really is. They have to describe what it is. They have to put it in these monthly reports. Right like if you're thinking oh abortion clinics will just stay open and you know. We'll do the paperwork. No they will not i. If i represented an abortion clinic in texas my advice would be shut down. And i believe that. That's what is going to happen to every abortion provider in the state of texas k. But for the sake of protests for the sake of pure young not hundred service. I'm not telling planned parenthood to close their doors. I'm saying if you're asking me. What is your your legal exposure as an abortion clinic in continuing to operate in texas. The answer is it's off the charts reasons that i'm going back to discredit k. Two of five. That's the sole exception to six ads. Just in case Because the people who wrote this were lawyers even though they were evil lawyers Says now by the way. Just because we're saying you can't have an abortion after fetal heartbeat quote nothing in this statute is intended to confer a right to an abortion before feed right. Yeah yeah they want to look like they did. They're not too happy with six weeks. They want to restrict this all the way back to conception they want to get rid of abortifacient drugs they want to get to get rid of every bit of progress that we have made in the twenty first century in the twentieth century towards reproductive health freedom and this codifies section to sex. By the way we're gonna come back and we're going to take away. You know this heartbeat thing is just you know that's just so we could run commercials like it doesn't have anything to do with our view of the law so that's two. Oh six two zero seven. This is the part that got them past neal gorsuch that was enough of a fig-leaf to get gorsuch and cavenaugh to say. Hey this differ. 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"wade  " Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"wade " Discussed on Opening Arguments

"I mean i guess not out of nowhere but like you say broke late even for this supreme court i was surprised and and i'm about to explain it all right. So let's get this right to be opening arguments levels of clear here. The supreme court did not overturn roe. V wade because it did not issue a ruling on the merits. They did not rule on the merits of anything. This is what we call shadow docket. What they did was allow a blatantly unconstitutional law to go into effect before overturning roe v wade which is something they were probably going to do around april or may of next year and as far as i can tell and i spent the better part of the morning looking for counter examples. This is what happened. Today is literally unprecedented in the history of this country. So let me let me give you an example of how this never happens. And let's suppose it's nineteen sixty two. And i'm a poor person in prison. I did not have a lawyer appointed from the time the law the land was case called bets versus brady. Which said yeah. You know you get a court appointed lawyer if it's a capital case or if there are issues with competence sore in know certain extenuating circumstances but just because you're to portable afford a lawyer you don't get one. There was no right to court appointed counsel as mike teach at. Lowe's buy mind every time. Yeah so let's imagine then. I file a habeas petition to the supreme court. And i say yeah. I know betsy brady. But you're about to hear you've already got pending on your docket. Abs petition. From my buddy clarence gideon and you know you guys on the supreme court pretty. It's nineteen sixty two. You're pretty liberal bunch. Some pretty sure you're gonna ruling gideon's favor and you're going to overturn that betts v brady case You're gonna say that everybody gets a right to a lawyer. That's gonna freebie eventually so why not. Just let me out right right right and you know. What did they do. Give gideon v wade. Right right came out in nineteen sixty three and it was nine. Oh right like not. Controversial unanimous overturned. Betsy brady did exactly but yeah this hypothetical petition and by the way there were actual petitions and not to this hypothetical petition. The supreme court would that same super. Liberal supreme court would not have granted relief at that time right. They have granted anticipatory challenges. Still lie yet. They would've said maybe we'll change the law but until then we live in a country with the rule of law and the law says you're not entitled to it. Sorry this is going to be an episode for. We have covered almost every component of this on multiple previous episodes of the show. So episodes twenty. Seven and twenty eight are when we covered the planned parenthood versus casey decision. If you haven't listened to those if you came in like it stormy at stormy daniels maybe come back and listen to twenty seven twenty pretty good and the shadow docket late much later on obviously but the shadow docket with And recital right yup shadow docket. We talked about on episode five seven up. Yeah so all of the components here are things you can search the away website for it. We have covered an in depth. Even if only get this far. what they're doing. It's not just which is already bad enough. It's not just that they're obviously overturning roe. that's already bad. it's that the this is completely unprecedented. I'm so sick of republicans getting to feel like and call themselves. They're just calling balls and strikes balls and strikes they're just constitutional umpires over there and they're doing this a field goal in the middle of a baseball game. I'm not getting so let me break down exactly what happened. Because i think i can make this clear even to uncle frank exactly how radical this is so point number one. Texas passed a law. And we're going to talk about all the provisions of this has. Wow is it a doozy. It's sb eight. That bans abortion after six weeks. Guy point to existing constitutional law is super duper to the ends of the earth. Clear that you cannot do that. Yeah and i am going to quote from planned. Parenthood versus casey five zero five eight thirty three at eight forty five. To forty six quote we are led to conclude this the essential holding of roe. V wade should be retained and once again reaffirmed. It must be stated at the outset and with clarity. This is the supreme court talking that rose essential holding the holding. We reaffirm has three parts and again if you listen to our episodes. They're actually missed. They're actually changing roe. V wade a little bit here but nevertheless this is the law of the land. Good law right now. The central holding of roe v wade as reaffirmed by planned parenthood versus. Casey has three parts. I is a recognition of the right of the woman to choose to have an abortion before viability and obtain it without undue inference without undue interference from the state continuing just in case that's not clear enough before viability. The state's interests are not strong enough to support a prohibition of abortion or the imposition of a substantial obstacle to the woman's effective right to elect a procedure. So that's the law. The law says if it's pre viability you cannot ban abortion. The state's interest is not strong enough. Now if you've listened to the show you know. I don't think viability is a crate. Archea you know. I prefer the original restaurant. But doesn't matter what i think it matter did should matter what the law is right. So the law states cannot prohibit abortion before viability. Sp prohibits abortion before viability. Six weeks way way way before him here go. Oh god. States can't prohibit abortion at six weeks so what happened. what happened. Was what what i expected to happen. Whole women's health and abortion provider in texas. They went to a us district court. Judge ticket the in joint which happened. Because it's obvious because the reason. I said it's obviously in custody show. So then texas appealed to the fifth circuit and the fifth circuit as we have documented at great length hates abortion. It is stacked with antiabortion activists who have bent over backwards to misconstrue laws whenever it comes to upholding the conservative result of that law right and we talked about that at length. And the whole woman's health versus heller steph opinion so fifth circuit hates abortion and they reversed the district court. I wasn't surprised by that either. Then whole women's health appealed to the supreme court and the supreme court then did to fix i is. They did nothing they just sat on the application and let sba go into effect and then belatedly a day later at around midnight last night as of our recording midnight on wednesday they released an opinion that i will read to you in full because that opinion citations included is four hundred eleven words so two thirds of a page about the length that you might expect from a reasonably bright fifth graders book report and so when we explained the shadow docket episode five. But this is what we mean. We mean with no explanation with no analysis without committing to anything imprint. This opinion allowed a blatantly unconstitutional law to go into effect. So there is no discussion of the case. On the merits there was no analysis espy. Eight there is no analysis of row. It does not faked a row. It does not say to casey. It is just procedural but that procedural means that the texas law goes into effect until it is briefed. Argued litigated at the district. 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"wade  " Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"wade " Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"I think has range especially in front of an audience and in the ring is more exciting and more credible and more nimble against different variety of opponent. So there i'm throwing my interesting to say i. I am someone who likes. As a bigger proponent of one than the other right well. That's but that's exactly what i'm saying. I i really just noticed this recently. Like i just feel like when i watched rob gender really gets those organic booze. He's getting the audience is giving him the reception that he wants. And i feel like drew is getting unexcited. Response as the audience watches him. Beat up gender mahal or gender mahal's latkes And i think that that's the most you're going to ask for right now out of out of that. That's the story that you want told You know. I think ultimately this is a a good spot for gender for sure and this ends up being a stepping-stone where where you got a big bad guy for drew to beat and beats him. And everybody's happy and hopefully you'd move onto you move on to somebody else after summer slam so it's not. It doesn't start to feel stale. Aloha torch faithful. This is kelly wells host of wt talks and x t every thursday. You can hear me and.

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"wade  " Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"wade " Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"But yeah. I think it's been interesting. I think it should be a classic. I wish that they've had gotten a little bit more time on television to sell this story and bring up is what's next for them especially post roster shakeup. Are you trying to position edge to be a fresh challenger for bobby lashley are you gonna save edge for a rematch against like roman reigns at the rumble or something. That a little something to the undercard to speak at the rumble. Or are you going to reunite him with randy. Horton is you know. have have that pairing comeback. Because you know that sort of thing with randy and thing with edge that you could have some fun with post riddle being elevated by being with randy riddle rejuvenating randy's character to degree to which we'll get to that in a minute Sets positioning him to be a future mcintyre if drew becomes champion again or are you trying to build him up for whom for what top baby face what what is there for and if you think well there's more we need to do with edge and he's going to be in world title matches or top feuds and you know you put edge over but if you think you need to build up south because you've got this like six months victory for him in wrestlemainia. Then you have the seth over. I think it's sort of in that sense like the finish isn't based on where we are today but the available dates in the matches that they're having mind for each wrestler and the finish. Saturday might give us a window into who's in for a bigger push of edge is going to be. I don't say move down but sort of moved over to something like teaming with randy again just throwing that out. There is a random thing that they could do where it's not a wins and losses. Don't really matter anymore. Knows more about the dynamic between them whereas if you wanna push a challenger to lashley well you need to win. I mean he's got a pizza. Yeah unless you're continuing on with edge and set unless asian. Seth is actually. That's a good point because it really is large. If you're gonna do two or three matches between these guys right then finish. Saturday doesn't really matter if they have a rematch is as you said. Absolutely the saturdays doesn't necessarily the defining factor it's when the feud ends how they looked and how they've been positioned. Yep and i think he had the mind. The extreme rules is the next pay per view. An odd are you gotta have some like rematches with stipulations is what that pay per view is all about so i feel like out of all the matches on the show this one and maybe the united states championship match. Those are the ones that will scream at me as the tential rematch with step matches very much. We're about to go to another commercial break. Why are you listening to commercial breaks. Why deal with these interruptions when you can become a vip member support the weight. Keller pro wrestling podcasts. Wade keller progressing post shows the torch daily casts and the.

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"wade  " Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"wade " Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"And maybe john sina points out the fact that he was brought in to make roman look stronger but unfortunately for roman john's not done and maybe tell that story a little. I mean you know. Yeah i i think the Flirting with the with the non canon world Is definitely risky. I don't think. I don't think they've crossed any lines. I don't think that that anything they've done has been irreputable. Definitely see what you're saying in terms of Cohesiveness like in terms of a real cohesiveness of the story. Like explain this to me. Like i'm like i'm eight years old bike. Explain this to me. Like i haven't watched this before. And why. why is this happening and oso roman socks and it's like well now he used to. Oh i mean why. Didn't you say that so. Yeah i mean. I get it. I think there's more of the story to told. I almost felt watching this. I was like. I wish i got in this like two weeks ago and we could've yeah a jump off. Point could have expanded upon a lot of this. Because i think that this is a strong base coat but i think there's more nuance to go through with this story. Yeah i sometimes you can watch a movie. And you think that there was a ritual scriptwriting team and then some people revised it and then they fired all of them have brought someone else into say the script i like. I said i don't often ultimately matters. You know in terms of selling the bachelor. I i think this was anywhere near the potential but i had very very high hopes for rain. Zena going back and forth on the mike but to me. This felt like a lot of different. People contributed a lot of different ideas from a lot of perspectives. And it just kind of aspects of seena that felt like you have watched the product in a year or that he was still talking to a different roman reigns and they. Did you know even from the moment return. The announcers weren't going what happened to the old roman. This isn't the guy we once knew. Like answers really never said that. It's just been it's almost like a reset in a fresh start. Serious is head of the table and watches and then scenic comes in and does a promo talking about the failure. Roman reigns and how management's is protecting him. It's like three years ago. That was a story. But it's like not at all what that audience on friday nights is watch with last year. Not even close like. There's nobody protecting rains. There's no one as he said marketing. Those giant bars of soap. You've got for teeth you haven't you haven't been embarrassed. You've been protected. There's nothing in the canon of wb smackdown. That rains have been protected. So it felt like coming into greatest hits from two thousand seventeen or you know. Give or take a few years that or tina in the two thousands when everything was catered to the year net because they thought that would carry favor with vance. You don't want to quote have their intelligence insulted with a coherent storyline. They just want insider stuff referenced so again that night. I thought that part was disappointing. But i liked the one-two-three. I liked his demeanor. I like drains given back to seeing baby face like saying. I'm going to complement you. Someone beat beat. Beat somebody who's not who hasn't been beatdown verbally into nothing and it felt like a big match but they got friday. I'm really curious what they do. Friday to kind of bring this all home So what what do you think if you could have. Something happened on friday. Because you just said you wish you got more weeks of this and this is sort of a base coat. They only they only got one more day to paint one more night paint on friday. What what what do you think they're gonna do or would you like to see them. Do to really sell people on signing up for peacock and watching saturday night. I want it to be the last segment of the show on friday and i want it to be like chaos like to the point where it's almost uncomfortable like do. They know they're on tv. This is this is getting way too personal. You know. I want like john sina pointing out the rocks promo on his arm level of uncomfortable. Nece like you know the the like i want. Seen it out there to push roman in a real way like in in in a in a in a real life way. I want seen it get out there and throw some stuff at roman that maybe they didn't talk about before the promo and i want rome into hits back as hard as humanly possible verbally. Like i i want moments like okay. These guys are really sina is testing roman. To see of roman is really ready to be the top guy and roman is not looking for seen as approval anymore in a real life way like. That's what i want to feel going into this. And i wish we had for weeks like to do. I feel like we're getting short changed a little bit. Even though it seems like they gave them plenty of time. I just kind of wanted to have like you said this is the base coat and now let's have two three or four weeks of some back and forth not where we get sick of it but where like you said it. They like it. It'd be nice if they didn't know this week. Where would they were going to be in two weeks but they were excited about the promo journey and instead you know we're just days away now from the match right. Yeah right check out our new twenty twenty one torch vip podcast lineup including everything with rich fan hosted by wade..

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"wade  " Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"wade " Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Course in the modern era We have now become Technology has now become so advanced that it's become a potential stimulation for our the cessation of the species. Right and we've also in some of it or certainly the the instigator of varying types of deficiencies with makes having a sound body in a sound mind possible. And so i go back. You know eight years ago. We got into rapid technical lies ation of the farming industry which over the last eight years have stripped out a lot of the natural ingredients in capacities nutrients inside our soil. It's devastated the the soils microbiome at the same as our own. The bacteria culture that which is with these pasteurization factory farming. The use of chemical is ation has really changed the food that we eat and it's accelerated deficiencies manera which have a variety of effects not to mention constant stimulation in Blue light movement away from our circadian rhythms electromagnetic pollution and so when we first looked at nutrition you know in the modern era. We started looking at well. What were the things that were preventing disease from happening. That's where the rda origination came from so you know so much protein to cause to fight berry berry so much vitamin c. so you don't get scurvy etc etc will now through individualization. We can actually look at specifics. Genetics and epigenetics and see which factors are influencing your absorption in utilization of various foods. Which foods that you actually do. Better with and which deficiencies are more likely to occur within you that will lead to an early. Demise are sickness or genetics is only the gun your epigenetics or your lifestyle influences pulls the trigger and so now because of the cost of this has come down we can get very specific on individuals in fact matinee writing a book on that so my own journey originated with will. What were the things that i needed to be healthy into help me. Perform longer and sustain extreme levels of training you know that that was the origination of my journey and then when i ran into digestive health issues after the mister universe contest in two thousand and three i realized there is a whole science to actually how we absorb in utilize transport the food that we eat and so had to rebuild digestive system which is not uncommon today with thirteen percent of the emergency hospital. Visits doing now. Gastrointestinal related illnesses a third of the us population suffering from digestive distress on any given day. Harvard saying that leaky gut is prominent in virtually everybody in the population of north america. So we so how. We absorb in utilize. Our food is just as much as the food we eat. And then the elements that were capable of absorbing as well as dietary choices and so that was where the emergence and then this took on another nature later on which is relevant to. This conversation is that we started to see that. When i worked with a consciousness coach in alignment with the hawkins scale of consciousness. In what we started to see people went up on the scale of consciousness. There were extreme demands on the nervous system and this is been outlined extensively in spiritual literature Whether was jesus sweating blood in the garden of Semi i guess it's called. I forget that word and then or you had the buddha who was going through excruciating pain excruciating pain if you read the historical aspects of various mystics will. Why is that. Well there's a massive increase in electrical current inside.

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"wade  " Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"wade " Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"The superstars that were built during the pandemic were not given the same Reaction that they might have had been built with fans meaning like kylo riley's rise to a main event star. He didn't get the reaction. That adam cole or john jiji adam cole. Gigan- and pete done where like i mean. Fans were losing their minds to see those three guys but carrying cross and kyle o'reilly became stars during the pandemic era. And i think that this isn't an annex t thing. I think this is across the board that you may find that stars that were built but not built by the fan. Aren't it's not going to be taken for granted by fans when they go back that like you guys told me to cheer for this guy so i will all those stars. I think you're gonna have to reprove themselves. Does that does that. Apply to recall gonzalez in la nights and what categories camera grimes in. That's a great question. No i think you know. I think people are showing love. Raquel gonzalez i think a little bit and i think that with raquel is a little bit different because i think people are aware of how great raquel gonzalez is now. But i do think that she's gonna have to prove her hype you know i think now. She's fine like like people saw her and we're like she should definitely be champion but now that she's champion it's like okay proved to me that i was right. That's what she's got. What with ellie. Night and cameron grimes. People were mad that l. knight won the million dollar championship. But that's okay. He's a bad guy. It's okay to be mad that he won But i think people are so in love with that story. You know the campaign grimes character People are just in love with the camera. Grimes character and i think all the steps leading to that ladder match were right and so i think once the ladder match arrived and people had gone on that ride with l. a. night with cameron grimes with teddy. Bic the ladder match was incredible. You know. I don't. I know i don't think that i think i think more applies to main event people. I don't think that because because la night is not in that sort of championship space. I don't think apply to him. Like i think i think swerve scott is in like a fantastic position because i think people like hit row. We're not asking them to all of a sudden except swerve as a main event player and the same thing by the way for escobar. I think the fact that he's i i think the cruiserweight championship work that he did speaks for itself. You know people love llegado by the way. I think they're going end up being good guys instant answer back in a in a big way and i think that he is on this pace. I personally think that escobar can be a good guy. Annex t world champion in not a lot of time check out our new twenty twenty one. Cw torch vip podcast lineup including everything with rich fan by wade keller. Where on weekends we get together and talk about everything and that includes our popular off the beaten path segment where either rich or i present each other. Something to watch that's off the beaten path and we dissect and analyze react to it. Sometimes it's weird. Sometimes it's nostalgic. Sometimes it's therapeutic. Sometimes it's just fucking something from the past. That would work today. That's not being done but we talk about W w e e w all the current events in professional wrestling also. It's a different format in a fresh podcast dynamic with rich me. Everything with rich fan is part of the new. Pw torture vip podcast lineup. Four annexed speed needs the fresh.

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"wade  " Discussed on Beers and Biceps Podcast With Wade Foster

Beers and Biceps Podcast With Wade Foster

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"wade " Discussed on Beers and Biceps Podcast With Wade Foster

"Like Spiderman of set that straight now. Counts is to go batman like he's a cool guy, but he's just the guy. the flashes he said she said I'll give you that argument society. Roy I'd like to run follow us around the world I hit someone something off in go this done. Then lastly, right three people dead or alive you want to invite round for a beer and a barbecue. Okay Wade WanNa go grady. From a distance I'd WanNa have Michael Jackson they`re Just like. See what he's a little bow. May Be Awesome. Some questions maybe with one of the room of this Guy Justice. I didn't even want to speak to him on. We've you're was about it just see what he's about. DISAG- postal present pasta Elliott live with it. and Michael Jordan. Not just about Mike goes, but from recently. To MJ's Michael Jackson a month from from what's in the last dance recently, com workout izzy an egotist. CONSP- yell might go to. Egotistical Prick or is he ready fucking coat? He's the second lead one. Would have the baby a big fan of. On. Policy Plus. Only GonNA quick fly by the way..

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"wade  " Discussed on Beers and Biceps Podcast With Wade Foster

Beers and Biceps Podcast With Wade Foster

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"wade " Discussed on Beers and Biceps Podcast With Wade Foster

"One and welcome to the business and biceps. I'm your host white foster and to begin with a WANNA give high fives around to everyone. Listening to making it to the podcast. This has been in the makings for about a year. Now and I'm happy that we finally have the bull loading so let me tell you real quick. This is all about this. Podcast is created for men who want to look great with it. Talks off a be that guy. Maybe in the changing rooms on weekends or at the beach that tons of people's heads right all the guy who wants to be the Hottest Dad. Picking up the kids from school right. This podcast is created for years. I work with thousands of clients who want to look great and have the rewards of looking great in fading right but they also want to enjoy Bay on the weekends and I go to a family barbecue and just relax and have a drink with friends and family members and enjoy the life not stress about it. This podcast is. It's a that is all possible. This podcast is for people who want to three things one how to get in Greg To how to not let fitness consume you? It doesn't have to be eat sleep train. Repeat you can have balance. Okay and I'm here to teach you that. And lastly number three how to have fun doing a cassette finish It's hoping I want you to enjoy it and look forward to go into the gym. Nick full training heart both have balanced. That's what this put costs about Biz biceps is old about. So I'm excited to have you hit and what we are committing to you is that we are going to be having episode dropping every week maybe even twice a week if you are lucky by went spill all the beans on that yet. You'RE GONNA have to listen later to find out the focus of this show will be regular Q. and A. Episode with my co host. Glad answering all your fitness questions. Round MUSCLE-BUILDING FAT LOSS. And all the stuff you need to get in great shape but also having alive to but more than that. We'll be having guests on round table discussions with friends of mine in the fitness industry leading experts in the world of FAT LOSS. Strength Gain Muscle building as well as talk level athletes with the focus on achieving amazing results. While still being able to have a baby makes we've got some amazing guests lined up with some incredibly funny and crazy off Jim's stories to go along with. Oh the life changing information you'll be getting so get ready to sit back. Relax open a bottle of your best a be ready to laugh and lift along with us. Sorry fool you do me a favor so you don't miss out on the amazing stuff we have coming up. Hit that subscribe button and white for the epic Beers and bites at podcast. Be LAUNCHED PACE. Got Who we just want to say. Thanks thanks for spending the last hour so hope you've learned something from from point a had fun. If you WANNA get more tips and tricks on how to look great in two shots off while still enjoying the is code were no then gun the Lincoln description and join my free facebook for up to date information dots. Appreciate you for being catching it stop..

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"wade  " Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"wade " Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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