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Idaho Supreme Court won't block strict abortion bans
"An AP analysis of the Kansas abortion amendment vote finds a Supreme Court's decision overturning roe versus wade may have altered the dynamics of this year's midterm elections Last week voters in traditionally conservative Kansas rejected a ballot measure that would have allowed state lawmakers to tighten restrictions on abortion The margins against at nearly 20 percentage points stunned abortion opponents and gave hope to abortion rights activists in other states and Associated Press analysis found there was a high turnout among Democrats and independent voters who were galvanized to defeat the ballot measure about as many voters turned out as for the general election and about twice as many as during the previous 2018 midterms In 99 of a 105 counties support for the measure was more than ten percentage points lower when
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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
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
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
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
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.
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?
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?
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
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.
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.
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.
"z. waded" 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.
"z. waded" 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.
"z. waded" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
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"z. waded" 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.
"z. waded" Discussed on Fresh Air
"This is fresh air. I'm terry gross. The supreme court's recent ruling allowing texas antiabortion law to go into effect has implications for the future of abortion law enforcement and the future of the supreme court. My guest ian mill. Heuser has been writing about that decision. The courts voting rights decisions the increasing use of the shadow docket and the courts. Larger move 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 a largely very 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 correspondent 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. Eric l clay of the. Us court of appeals for the sixth circuit. ian millhauser. Welcome to fresh air. It's good to be here. thank you so much. Let's start with the basics about the new supreme court ruling on that texas restrictive abortion law. Can you summarize the basics of this law to refresh everybody's memory before we delve into a deeper. So this is a law. That's effectively a a ban on abortions after the sixth week of pregnancy which is very very early but most people aren't even aware that they are pregnant into until long after that on and this is also the most aggressive antiabortion law that has taken effect in the united states since roe v. Wade in one thousand. Nine hundred. seventy three on sewer talking about a generational shift potentially in how the supreme court is looking at abortion. I think that this order probably for shadows a decision in a case that the court is expected to hear probably this winter that could overrule roe v. Wade altogether certainly is going to take a very deep cut into abortion rights and it's the product of years of work. I mean you you have to give antiabortion advocates credit here. They've spent many decades working for this moment. They elected president trump who promised to appoint judge justices. Who had overruled. Lovie wade at it. Looks like we are now on the cost of a supreme court decision doing just that because the makeup of the supreme court has changed so much so this law outlaws abortion after six weeks and it says that no official can enforce the law. It's only citizens who can do that. So basically.
"z. waded" Discussed on AP News
"Wade decision, the Supreme Court in Mexico's declared it unconstitutional to punish abortion. Mexico's Supreme Court unanimously annulled several provisions of the law from Coahuila state, which sits on the Texas border that had made abortion a criminal act. That decision establishes a historic precedent. And the head of the court says it obligates all of the country's judges to rule the same way in similar cases or they'd be violating the constitution. Most of Mexico's 32 states penalize abortion in the heavily Roman Catholic country. This decision comes one week after Texas banned all abortions. Medical professionals could detect cardiac activity in the fetus. I'm Jackie Quinn. I'm Mike Rossi, a reporting a CIA veteran expects Al Qaeda to rebuild within Afghanistan. Michael Morell, who was the CIA analyst who briefed President George W. Bush on September 11 2000 and one said Tuesday he is convinced the Taliban will invite Al Qaeda to rebuild in Afghanistan. Moral who twice served as acting CIA director spoke at an online forum sponsored by the U. S attorney's office for the Eastern District of Virginia. It was one of a series of panels this week to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Moral twice served as acting CIA director and he briefed President Barack Obama on the intelligence that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden, he said. There's no doubt in his mind. The Taliban will give safe haven to Al Qaeda, and he believes Al Qaeda's intention will be to build capability so they can attack us here at home. Mike Rossia Washington The first country to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender is El Salvador, It was a bumpy rollout. The digital wallet Chievo used for transactions was not functioning. Government has promised to install 200 Chievo automatic tellers.
"z. waded" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"And i've dedicated my life to scarring that we have a lab and Bosnia europe at a university with. Phd's in microbiome running all kinds of crazy tests to see what we can do. And we're discovering things all the time and these little guys are pretty amazing. That's beautiful and it's even more beautiful to knows that a you know person who is in the business of creating things such that is that actually has a lab is doing testing in constant experimentation and research as opposed to you know of as you said the mass marketing of a lot of those things. People are just kind of really only in its for an easy financial gain or whatever may be without a lot of research in a lot of all. The money's in marketing. You know it's It's wonderful that you do with that intention of integrity like that. Well it's it's part of our dharma and so if your inner spiritual pathway in that's here modus operandi which it is for both myself and my co-founder in our executive team actually or all on that same path we're seeing business of as an expression of our dharma so we want to be very mindful of of what we're doing and how we're doing it because we don't wanna incur any consequences to it so for example We pick the lanes that we think that we can be of service to mankind to And we also offer hundred percent. Money-back guarantees with all our products. Because if somebody took something and it didn't work out whether it was a fault of ours or wasn't the right product for them then taking not have no harm no foul and most oftentimes. We are able to help people and when we can we're happily. Hey no. thanks for giving us a try. We're just refund their money in wishing the best and direct them to maybe an expert or other company that might be able to offer insight to help sell their challenges man those very refreshing to hear in the in the just the general sort of western business climate right now..
"z. waded" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"You supplement a probiotic. How does it actually translate to what's already in your system and then make changes going forward so just to clarify a probiotic in an enzyme are two things. different things. Probiotics actually produce a certain amount of enzymes in antioxidants in a variety of things Probiotics An enzymes are the only thing that do metabolic chemical work inside the body probiotics in particular We live in a symbiotic relationship with. If we didn't have probiotics we'd be dead and they're anywheres from two hundred to five hundred strains inside the guts of modern people. Although they've studied some remote tribes in various cultures found hundreds and hundreds of moore's of species now each one of these species performs various functions in they will eat various types of food and they work symbiotically with their nervous system for example. Some probiotics I think ninety five percent of your neurotransmitters for serotonin are actually produced in the digestive track just to give you an example. So if you're deficient in various types of probiotics you might find that. You suffer from lack of connectedness or feel-good happy neuro chemicals There are some probiotics which like some that are involved. Heavily in the bolstering of your immune system in fighting pathogens there are other ones which are in charge of converting. What's the remaining aspects of your food. When it gets the intestinal track to the building blocks or energy units of the body and then there's bad back bacteria which were most familiar with the bad bacteria which causes dysfunction will will consume foods and produce neuro-toxins or disease states or things like that and so throughout history. We would access probiotics naturally with the food that we eat. So the probiotics are concordant with various types of vegetables will be on the vegetables. Other the probiotics that are in with various types of meat serve fruits or any other thing that grains whatever you consume we actually consume them but when we got into cooking everything..
"z. waded" 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.
"z. waded" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"I think arnold's awareness of body disciplined in how that could impact him in other careers became one of the most successful goal achievers in the modern era dominating in four different categories which each one would be a lifetime accomplishment for most people. So we're talking about some very profound insights that can be gained like everything else. You can be lost as well inside of the externalisation but if you truly get the inner world. I think there's a there's a tremendous amount of growth and learning inside of anybody disciplined but for me. That just happened to be bodybuilding. Yeah that's interesting. So how do you reconcile or if you have ever considered this before. But then i think about sometimes the pursuit of a inner life practice and A rather deep spiritual discipline with also a focus on physical wellness and a bit past that physical fitness because ultimately you know depending on which way you go down which one of those road on further say you go into the inner route further. The one of the early instructions or guidances From any of the sutures really will will suggest that you don't need to really focus on the body that much in the sense of anything other than something. Simple like walking meditation or whatever it really limiting food in basically i mean basically they all say to disregard the body pretty much that it's sort of a useless thing How that's to keep it in. A function of the mind stays powerful clear but not to go any further from that. And then obviously if you're spending time exercising more than necessary for cardiovascular health or something like that and then if you multiply that into something like bodybuilding one could think that you're really getting into you body infatuation and further delusion and stuff like that. I'm just curious how to see all that in fitted altogether at well. I think what happens when we're translating Eastern manuscripts certainly there's something lost in translation and there's something also lost in conceptualization that i think.
"z. waded" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"The time is now let's go. Let's go get deep into the body and mind weaving together into beautiful braid of natural sourcing with the great and wise. Weighed like my understanding of where your whole story kind of kicks off is really around a spiritual awakening you head at age. Fifteen could you just share with me what that was and what caused why think the spiritual awakening was really much later than that. I had a circumstantial situation. When i was fifteen that my parents moved to of wilderness situation five miles to my nearest neighbor. My sister got diagnosed with cancer. And then i. She gave me a bodybuilding magazine and as she was going the medical model before she died. Four years later. I started working out in trying to fall these patterns. That arnold schwarzenegger was talking about to build performance. My first gotcha waking didn't happen till twenty two. What was it about moving to that scenario. That was challenging for you. Yeah cool well number one. I was isolated. There's no internet back in those days or things like that So i spend a lotta time but myself was an hour fifteen minutes to get to the road. Our school bus ride to school. Our back fifteen minutes to get up to my where we were living in this lodge in the woods So you got to know what quiet was what silence was and you became a kind of Head a lot of time to reflect where you weren't being stimulated and so that's a very different world than people grow up today with over-stimulation and so that kind of led me to a contemplative lifestyle. From when i was a teenager which was unusual and then also Having picked up bodybuilding. At that time i spent a lot of time. You know cultivating mindfulness around physical discipline. So i had the time the space in the circumstances that allowed me to kind of dive deep in those worlds. Yeah that's really fascinating man. So what were some of the implications. You had of of reflections in that time. Did you like re aware that being kai contemplating the inner self at that point was actually you know there was so much information and legacy around those type of paths or was it something that you just sort sort of naturally became aware of no. I wasn't really tuned into what was going. I think it was too young to really comprehend. But i was reading Education of a body. Builder by arnold schwarzenegger at the time. People will house at keys like that. Where's the checkout there..
"z. waded" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"Hey what's going on my friends. Welcome to the russell. I'm corey allen. You are you and i am really glad and grateful to be speaking with you today. How are you doing well and.
"z. waded" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Here's Kevin Dean. Great Drive coming up the South after a much lighter, The unusual delay in North Santa See drove, Then we've had the last couple of mornings anyway. With an hour and 15 minutes. That's easy compared to the 567 hours. We have the last few days. Good drive coming in from the East County nor counties Accident free half hour drive now coming in from outside all the way down through Delmar on the south side of the aisle five. 45 minutes and from to make it all the way down through Escondido. No trouble's coming in for the East County, either. It's all good news this time around. Coco's next real time Traffic update. 10 Minutes Way It's seven o'clock. Right now. Downtown. It looks like we are mostly cloudy and 74 degrees and sticky Togo News time is 6 51. We have news about your money was selling it is brought to you by reborn cabinets dot com. Hey there, Sully. Apple, says Doc split, leading to a shake up. Yeah. Jones in the Dow Jones is up, said Dad Jones's dead 30 stocks. Ducks waded based upon price, and how much is it? And the Dow Jones historically has been the most traded and biggest, who asked to kind of represent in how we are. I am so sorry, Sully and we have got a hot mess of Ah, communication. Dylan, Don't shoot the messenger, sir. I know it's just we'll get him back. Let's go to sports Extra. 13 60, Fox Sports update from my Kosta. Started off in baseball. The Padres were off last night. They welcome Seattle and Ipek Oh, this evening Chris Paddock will go up against Marco Gonzalez. First pitch is set for 6 10 on your home. The Padres in town, Fox Sports San Diego N. Ba Lakers down the Trailblazers last night 1 35 1 15 in Game four to take a commanding three games to one lead over Portland in their playoff, Siri's LeBron James 30 points in the wind. Game five is tomorrow night. The maps and clippers are knotted at two games apiece is they get set for Game five of their Siri's this evening NFL NEWS the NFL's regarding its weekend, Koven 19 testing problems as an incredibly rare event, according to chief medical officer Allen Sills. League identified 77 false positives. Among 11 teams on Saturday and Sunday, the result of contamination in the New Jersey lab I might cost with. X 13 60, Fox Sports San Diego All right. Thank you very much. Mike Kogo dears. Time is 6 53 and It's a birthday today, you just fulfilled the first rule of law enforcement. Make sure when your shift is over, you go home alive. That is not the best line for him from that movie, though not even close. Sean Connery He's 90 Sean Connery turns 90 today. He rose to fame, of course, is Bond, James Bond. Scottish actor Wonderland Scottish factory made his big screen debut in 1957. His breakthrough role came when he took over the part of Bond in 62. Connery was knighted by Queen Elizabeth and Edinburgh, Scotland. July 5th 2000. One of my favorite actors, and it's so funny. He plays a Spaniard in a movie with a Scottish accent, and it's just It's fabulous Highlander. I love that movie. I know it's cheesy. I still love it. It can be only one A Japanese architect. Is bringing transparent public toilets to parks. While that is exciting, Shigeru Ban's says there are two things people want to know before entering the restroom. Whether it's occupied and whether it's clean. Okay. I agree with that. The see through glass walls fog up when the door locks. Hopefully it also Max is an art piece looks like a lit up lantern at night to Parks will be home to the first transparent Terl. It's this month with Mohr. On the way. I'm I'm gonna hard know this one. We just have to know that I mean to see through and bathrooms Just don't go. Yeah, That's not a big big no, for me. Nope. It hard £150 tortoise to escape to Tennessee home has been returned after 74 days on the lam slowly managing to make it less than a mile away. During his daring that's helping me during his air quote. Get away, the owner says the Africans soul kata tortoise named Solomon crawled away from his enclosure more than two months ago and was discovered just in eighth of a mile away from home last. What is that two blocks? He made it two blocks. That is me a man in a sudden return Solomon to his owners, and they said they would pay the rescuers a reward for returning there. Tort wass Tortuga. Uh all right, um Hey, You know what I heard of a smuggled Pomeranian. It's not a drink. No inspectors at L. A X intercepted eight tiny Pomeranian puppies were smuggled to the U. S from Russia to Russian citizens stopped Sunday after arriving from Moscow. They initially declared they were bringing four dogs along for a vacation in Mexico. Officials determine the animals. Paperwork was fraudulent. Inspectors then discovered for other puppies hidden in an abandoned carryon bag left by the travellers in the inspection area. Oh, come on, man Pair admitted they were trying to smuggle the dogs in with the intent of delivering them to waiting clients. Both travelers were returned to Russia. Along with the dogs. So that's not good. Why we could see more businesses re open very soon, and we've had an update on the Laura you know, churning up toward Texas and.
"z. waded" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"But Hey waded through a busy broadcast weekends the show were just like likes to say so what a what where we going on a Friday we had one of the more unique truck hijackings have ever seen which three weeks ago what even the most ridiculous thing ever when it maybe maybe we'll call it a month a month ago if I told you the story about how somebody tried to steal a truckload of toilet paper that would've been in the dumb criminal section of the show would it not and yet here we are we are like god that's a guy who was reads the news I thought it was strange to so maybe after day I know was just talking about toilet paper to forty toilet paper within their family after their sister up in New York this I thought I remember the conversation advantage people looking at me I don't appreciate the accusation yeah and well it's tonight can I lay out the evidence for everybody it might be today possibly when I get done laying out the evidence let the let the audience as select one whose family has a history of hoarding toilet paper I E. his sister went to target about two packed it was one for my mom given that she's seventy one old York yeah yeah yeah that was the story we heard the story okay as the cover story yet with the audiences heard the story secondly has a personal history of hijacking all sorts of trucks of household goods and indoor foods Rahman cabbage one time for no explicable inexplicable really as we do we do we have chicken wings barbecuing trusted of chicken wings yeah an entire for a slushy truck freezy truck today I know that's completely different we've gone over this numerous times the ice cream truck was not it was a nice controller was from Poughkeepsie it was a giant colorful truck with the plane take here is a freezie tree which we went over the one the first radio stations I worked at B. ninety four Poughkeepsie yeah the mascot there ever anybody from Poughkeepsie will tell you the mascot is tapping the Poughkeepsie penguin cat and I became so famous down here right yes he gifted me the the duggars old bread truck with the penguin on it unfortunately a person a place in my backyard and people can look at it for evidence yeah well I hate to see that yeah that inexplicably happens right as the officials are closing in yeah structure fire which apparently started in several points of the trucks simultaneously do not accelerate personally I believe the Chinese well hold on because the Chinese that may in turn blame you at a later date yeah I know if you saw this New York times essentially running a piece yesterday where they are they talked they talked to the Chinese government and the Chinese government's very concerned because they were so successful in a hand in solving all of those problems which they still apply that's for multiple high level government officials may have originated with our military planting that they were so successful in solving it now they're sitting there and they're looking at Europe and specifically the United States and the bumbling fools over there they're very concerned that the western western countries I. E. us will in fact because this pandemic to invade Chinese shores so we're gonna give it to them just due to the Arbor the bumbling nature of our response I wish I might be code for you're not rounding up large swaths of your citizenry and executing them I'm not sure exactly what they mean by that but the New York times is happy to carry their water in an article yesterday saying that they're very concerned this the whole thing where this is become the cause du jour the you know you always look for where is the political ideological dot dividing line and because every story has one and generally it'll be an easy to discern point because we do have political powers that are going if we're going to use something ad for political advantage you have to have something that's incredibly easy to explain but also for your your idiot followers to point out very easily and and and lose their minds over or if you're lucky enough to have the media on your side the media to at every turn make the point and I'm I'm telling you it is absolutely ball it was so bonkers yesterday that on MSNBC former Obama officials were called in right so they both were with the Baba correct they were both the official since only there to okay yeah yeah yeah I know I I thought that was the case it is was it sure yes so on a Katy tur shall they have the former head of the month under Obama the former head of FEMA and I believe he was the head of Florida's version of female when he was recruited by the Obama administration I can't I don't believe he was right after Michael brown but job yes so he was the guy so he's over there he's on Katy tur show he's on one side where where the hell does but here we go and then the other guy is there Andy Slavitt who do you remember him as the former head of the A. C. A. because that was such a stunning success so they're gonna go to Slavic Slavic to hack just just you know he's he's absent a partition monster absolute hack and he's so over the top in Seoul in yet incredibly invested in making this is political as possible that the former head of FEMA who by the way is kind of busy right now doing some consulting right the the because the one thing that you do and in in this is you you tap tap people who have experience in the stuff and so even though it is a Republican administration and they have their own head of FEMA and all the rest they're still picking the brain of people who held that post you might have some to offer and the one thing about this guy that this former head of FEMA Craig Fugate is he's not seen as a really partisan dude you know Florida is a very purple state and so as the guy who literally is in charge of dealing with disasters in a state that has a lot of disasters you got to be good at your job you can't be incredibly incredibly partition by the way I'm good I will get to the birthing I've had nine of you email me what do you do you think you think we don't have access to the internet calm down people holy crap so anyway so view gate is is a guy who just got to keep his head down does his job I haven't heard real criticism of Craig Fugate ever other than I guess people want to be extremely partisan just because those democratic administration hired the guy so if you get sitting there he's on one side of the panel this is this this partisan piece of crap Andy Slavitt son the others outside this panel and Slavitt is running this this canard that everyone who works in emergency management and remember a good portion of the people who work in emergency management under trump worked under Obama right those because there's they're just standard employees there people that are in there they're not political appointees use people doing their job and so slightly let Slavic speak first Fugate has had enough of this and he does the old pull the bike off walk out of their line or not we have masks we have a lot of these things guess where they are listed in the supply chain people are profiteering off of them or they're going to places where people are hoarding it now that happens in a crisis it's only because it's only by someone looking through the entire system and seeing where those needs are let me just pause Fugate is laying out a scenario that he and others wouldn't even consider when it came to Porter Rico when there was visual evidence of what he's describing happening because at this point at this point it's more than just the head of the agency you're essentially to using people who are in the chain you're accusing people who were and who were in the chain of custody of supplies the the clerks the people organizes you're accusing all of a lot of people there throw them all under the bus because you wanna make a political point about trump who by the way I'm sorry on the day to day basis is not checking boxes to figure out where all the mass are you can say stop hoarding them all in taxes will be in the new York right now what we build manufacturing capability and put them in Texas so what's your other guests is suggesting here is not helpful we need a great partnership things from people so it's hard to hear what he said is I don't have time to listen to bowl S. people and just he's out of a Katy tur space is fantastic Craig you wanna sit down responded this I guess practice last and if so a guy who was brought in as say the head of the ACA which was a hyper partisan position so this is a guy who's going to be a very they need an attack dog has decided he's going to take out his anger on this point at this point on I'd I'd and Obama appointee political appointee who was brought in to handle emergencies that's that's how insane some of these folks are getting here so yeah I was a pretty strange day yesterday just kind of watching the news as it was unfolding so we will we're gonna get into well as I mentioned we get into the the Richard birthing I'm there's there's really two stories there is what did he know when he knew it and how was he expressing that NPR was out as though they somehow there to seek a recording of Burr providing information that was not available to public that's not true which is the the information that Burr was talking about was readily available and ironically if you get an NPR story they even reference that it was published information and it was information that was published or re published I should say in press releases from CDC and FEMA I I've I would point out since you're talking about female of that being sad the question becomes how did Richard Burke convey as a public official the threat did you make it sound like this was inevitable or in in in private donor circles or versus how he it would just when speaking to the public conveyed that at that where the crisis was or did he have to different impressions that were left with his audience I E. public versus private donor circles which by the way is a fair question birds very powerful senator in in the committee that he chairs and the fact that he he has a higher profile than average Joe blow senator out there the other side of it is did he sell a bunch of stock we don't have an exact dollar amount but let's just say it's a lot more stock than I own probably a lot more stock even then Ross owns.
"z. waded" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest
"Welcome to kids miss and mystery. Sign your host Kit crump. We've been talking about and researching psychics clairvoyance paranormal things with crystal balls and Ouija boards. Next week we start Wednesday with interviews with a psychic and clairvoyant and I thought since clairvoyance talk to spirits it only appropriate that today I provide you with a real ghost story. Let me tell you finding a real ghost story. It can be as simple as going to the library or bookstore but the ghost story. I'll read today. Came to me from an individual with what I can only call real life experience as you listen. Keep in mind that I'm reading. Someone else's encounter with the ghost mildly contribution to the tail is traditional editing. I found necessary. Otherwise the words make up. The story are all authors who assured me are all true and because she was simply writing about her encounter. There will be no title to the story. Here we go ellen. Richmond rides about her encounter with the ghost as follows. The room was small behind attached to a store that sold all things. What got the curtains were pulled shut on the only two windows but only partially blocked out the light in the middle of the room was around table and six chairs one was more like thrown or the medium would sit. We were instructed to hold hands. There were no candles know. Incense the room was bare. Except for the table and chairs. We were five childhood friends on the verge of college. We'd lost one. Recently Billy had drowned. We'd pooled our money and sought out Madam Hester. She reminded me of my grandmother and more the face. A thousand lives with no attempt to hide wrinkle. Silver Hair tied back tight. She spoke with smokers voice. We were instructed to remain silent until contact was made at which time each of us could ask one question beginning with me and moving clockwise. She made it clear we were to ask a single simple question. Batum Hester unlike a TV medium didn't chant or roller head from left to right and when she made contact she didn't nod the only indication of contact when she spoke. And it was billy's voice. We all exchange looks of amazement. What is Your Question Ellen? When Billy's voice spoke my name I felt lightheaded but managed to ask. What was your favorite form of transportation? Matama Hester was sitting. Ramrod-straight is fixed on the center of the table. I think I was holding my breath until billy answered my question my bicycle. That was it a two word answer. Jesse was next and ask if billy like math. We all knew that he hated math. This time his answer was a single syllable. No it had been decided by Jesse and his girlfriend Sarah who sat on his right that the three of us should establish that we were really speaking with billy. Nothing in this obituary or at his funeral would have provided information about his love for his bicycle. In eight of math. Sarah had always flirted with bill and I knew who question would make or break. The seance did you kiss me under the old weeping willow tree no can the answer under the Nolan Street Bridge. I leaned forward nodded at Sarah. Whose eyes were like saucers. I heard Tom take a deep breath. Give us a physical sign. As evidenced in connection has truly been made you could have heard a pin drop as we waited for a response than the room was filled with the sound of that. Stupid Bell. Billy. Used to ring when he wrote his bike wanted to get someone's attention. Mickey gave my hand squeeze his would be the last question but it would break Madam. Hesters rule his question would be a single requestion. Definitely not simple. We all miss you. Billy and we'll be leaving the area and the end of summer and would like to see you one last time to say goodbye. I could hear my heartbeat. My Eyes Burn with the request. I'd know billy since I was three. We were best friends. All of us were on a picnic on the riverbank when he decided to go for a swim my last memory of his broad shoulders back and Bright Red Trunks. Z. Waded into the water. His answer came as a shock. Meet me at my grave. Batum Hester raised her gaze from the center of the table. I hope all your questions were answered. She said I would have thought that his answer meet me at my grave would have been followed with at midnight but it was broad daylight. Four o'clock we all piled into the SUV. That Jesse's parents had given him the graduation. The town's only cemetery was located just past industrial district at the south end of town Jesse parked at the front. We climbed out and walked as one pass the older section of the cemetery to the Green Tree Lawn. That made up the newest portion. Billy simple headstone was located next to. The fence separated the older section from the newest when I saw him sitting on his headstone. I look left and right I was alone and realize that I'd kept walking but everyone else had stopped when they sign. I took a couple more steps until I was arm's length away. At that moment I realized my face wet with tears I reached out. I'll miss you but never forget. He raised a hand in extended his index finger. There couldn't have been more than an inch between fingers when billy vanished. An I fainted. That was eight years ago but I remember billy on his gravestone like yesterday. I'm currently er nurse and often work at night shift alone. Of course with the doctor on call. I've never had any other paranormal experiences. But carry a picture of billy many nights. When I'm alone I call out his name. There's never a response but I never feel lonely. Well this real ghost story was produced here at night. Owl Sound Studio and brought to you. By Book. Savvy studio loss launch press in the Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library or next Wednesday. 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"Away we've had folks that have waded through the entire break for the name suggestion that that we are going to use for the new website that will attempt to put together sports fans who loves sports like minded sports fans who then would like to get involved with dating sick so you have do you have the I. we already registered does it not I don't want to miss out don't read America's I'm just paying for them now all right in the meantime Devon Castle Rock we thank you for your patience your care away her you deb I'm good how are you good okay so my ideal ticket for two or eighty ticket to give more to sports dating okay are you are you are spent I am so I'm a Packer fan now sorry at one point it was Johnson I'm an owner so it's a no brainer for me okay and of course I love the avalanche no Jackie's you name it and then the guy that was talking about athletes there's the spectators you can actually have that beat drop down menu and when you go on the site you choose yet athlete okay just a tent spectator or both and then they can go from there yeah that's a good idea are you are you married to yes I am okay is your husband a huge sports fan and would you guys mad to me was that part of the attraction now we're both Frank about there's not showing at all okay all right thank you so we got people not only give us names for the website but help you design the website with the drop down he up and doing it here in our body Benjamin all right said he'd help us Diddy he's smart guy yeah we also is somebody who we will not name from our station here that texted and said wait a minute the one on one sports dating dot com you're you're leaving out a huge demographic why all the yeah the same person said on the people who want to swing yeah with that that'll be another website that will be the war were on robin Denver joins us and Kaylee morning run Hey guys hi I just dropped the fish the fish and plenty of sports dot com doctor Ross the fish in yeah yeah plenty of fish plenty of sports dot com also were actually going after an existing website plenty of swelling not really just making your own but I know that got trucks fish but if you force dot com yeah all right thank you rob she was amazing what what is the how how long is we're we're given these some websites some some air time here but dropped the plenty of plenty of fish hello is that thing been around for a little while now this is the thing it's not like you would know what tender wise right now doesn't have to really necessary of sports in the title bumble and bumble you would know what that was either I've done it before the bumble and bumble though yeah yeah yesterday general Osman bounce Richard lasalle joins the KO a separate your thank god they do their work were great love love you shall love all of you guys to keep the money my thought along the line of work out the the thing in the world or the one in the game instead of for the love of the game for the love and the game and big yeah that's you know what well done for the love and the game dot com Missy even get that one by the way plenty of fish has been around since two thousand three what do you know I sometimes I do the show and a leader thinking whether what the hell I must live in a very sheltered life I watch sports I watch news I had no I've never heard of that website until today's been around sixteen years million active users as I would have to be a reason why you know that website don't you think like in the course of all I don't know sixteen hour days in the last sixteen years or whatever I heard of the website like one time now you've been very kind but you know yeah because I have friends who are on it but you don't have any friends on it and you're you're not single so there's no reason for you to now true what was the other one bumble and bumble bumble howls bumble bumble and bumble bumble and bumble bumble and bumble how long is that been around and to be fumbling bumble could be ability grant haven't found it yet okay were you back full ones one forty three and Ernie from Longmont calling KO a morning or any morning I guess doing good it is said to quick thoughts mile high social club but actually I was thinking if somehow you can work see you into it like see you this weekend and see it tonight hope so mild see works into an equation is haven't figured out the back and get this awful CS you people yeah they do they have to date to Ernie don't you know that a year shouldn't see grad so a little while all right through thank you already looking down on her knees nose is already although it's launched in two thousand fourteen it is called bumble not bumble and bumble it's so you didn't know they did not it was bumble bumble and bumble's a hair care but it is yes so bumble okay so is but is bobbled a rival website too was Ellen tender yes although the location based social and date the application that facilitates communication between interested users and heterosexual matches only female users can make the first contact with matched mail users so that's what I talked about that in a in a heterosexual matches yes right so the women have to reach out to you guys so that women have the first leg of the they have a and make the first move so the other one can men reach out is that is that is that the difference sounds like they've tried to differentiate themselves from somebody well I can tender you just get matched so you if you swipe right on someone and that same person swipes right on you then it connects you together and then you can start a conversation so you were on tender us it is that how you met your current girlfriend now there are you are you a patient because tender is such a it's it's different than bumble and plenty of fish it's sort of a hook up culture but I know people all net on ten there are there are stories but yes you know who actually was not low cost I did a piece on him last year tight end yeah him and his golf his wife met on tender so there is there are success stories yes okay Steve in Bennett welcome to show how are you Steve very good coach exactly how are you good how are you good just one my wife I love her very forty years the woman just cracks me up I came up with one for car cost she could never get a mystery drop the part your dog no I'm not but god Ralph dot com I actually kinda like the doctor yeah the real careful with that does she do yeah yeah all right yeah yeah your product that one out there see if they'll invest goodness goodness thank you Steve park off I'm not sure that'll work by the way bumble has twenty two million users and is valued at more than billion to the chart a billion dollars good for bubble you guys need to get in the game now so now now they're up to fifty five million user sorry bumble so do the chart are these websites to they charge the users the fee how does that how does that work as we sit here talk about our business plan on a radio station that goes a thirty eight states not martyrs thing we've ever done so great when you were on how long were you on tender you know the tender in our now I don't think my girlfriend would approve yes I was on it for probably I don't know couple months so were you charged now free it's a free website yep so how did the monitors the website would guess by selling ads would be my guess don't sell bumble is free I didn't have much success on into a mumble on tender I have plenty of us so you actually use tender I did a tender the the female has to swipe the mail now and you eat if you both swipe on each other then you're connected and you can talk so one of one what if the mail swipes on the female you can't talk now that's the that's the that's the whole thing is because you have guys going through where you just you know so right right right right right waiting for the match double swipe yeah okay I don't know but grinder is the gale a gay site for dating under yeah I mean it's like I don't know if they do everything but I know that I have a couple guys that I know who Andre drown grinder did you say heterosexuals research because okay I'm thinking no not a sexual okay so bowl is free to use but you can upgrade to a normal plus correct basically yeah bumble boost which includes three premium features the beeline which allows a user to see who has already like them that's offers which gives you a second shot at expired matches or the busy bee which adds an extension of twenty four additional hours to the match ours would be the touchdown for the ones that you want to hook up with right you could do the cat is hurting sales yet so you do first intend for those that you know you're going to think about wanting to hook up with you could do I don't see for those you wanna go back to bring back to the table maybe we could maybe we could and I won't name names but maybe we could designate you know various categories where you don't get you you then give or pay tribute to one of your favorite NFL stars might be an ambiguous enough here hope so where maybe if the date didn't work out you go to a I don't know holding call segment and that sort of wipes out ET gain that you would have made I don't know what name would come to mind in terms of that it should be able to check your location to in the cities you're in that Hey you know if you're if you're bright new one hook of somebody no no no no no give your in Chicago yeah and your Blackhawks fan and they're like Hey thing there's a match of black car why don't I didn't have to so you you're trying to save our website will put people together that are like Black Hawk fans because I think it's just hockey fans they could do about you depends on the city you're in right so you could be another sitting on a hook up with somebody your time will go on a national scale yeah I'm not just saying just be local yeah saying that has your location you know I could pick up that Hey you're you're a hockey fan why not hook up with another hockey fan in the area you're here yeah see the term hook up has for some people a negative connotation and so you will I think you will have some have a chance for a straight leg up what **** checking check with the college shaking college shacking wi fi did you check a plus sign we still shaking we've got shacking you know what I think I think it was the same term it just got changed all right on over fifteen years no but I I think you'll have some sort of more straight laced people that if you use the term hook up might shy away from using the website about meet up meet meet meet ME AT T. I didn't say N. B. A. thinking what I think that you can see it in your face you were thinking about me shouldn't be me just thinking about the show being over but you could do the sports fan thing for college sports like if you're on campus and write your balls like see you buffalo fans are you're both CS you ram fans and you're like you're eighteen years old and young king I all I love college football but if you're an eighteen year old you don't know eighteen year olds ever going to use the dating well they use bumble entail team you're all intend Appan tender what his heart full nowadays because people how hard is it to meet and eight if your eighteen year around eighteen year olds all the time because you're in high school damn millennials I know because they're lazy and they don't want to have to go talk to somebody as they are you are you tell me high school high school age kids who's not high school I think college is when they say I think you have to be eighteen all I don't know how many people in the university of all let's say Colorado forty thousand studia and you have trouble meeting maybe you're shy and you're not leaving your house then you but you love football and you want to go to the game you know.
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