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How important is the second amendment? Is there reasonable gun control that second amendment proponents will like? A discussion on the second amendment Pt 2

Use Your Words

Release Date: 12/13/2019

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Both Aaron and Josh recently had birthdays, and as they have gotten older have started to reflect on things as they have changed. We tell Aaron what his birthday surprise was supposed to be and how he ruined it.  Aaron then goes on to talk about how he is feeling like an old man now that he is a quarter of a century old.  After this revelation that is a quarter of a century old, Paul prods them for what they have learned growing older and how their expectations have been with getting older versus reality.

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Recently the code used to model the spread of Corona Virus was released to the public after it was called into question the accuracy of the code.  Upon analysis by various people, it quickly came to the attention that there were issues with the code.  Let's take a look at some of these things that are wrong with it.   https://www.useyourwords.cc

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Can you be opinionated, Christian, and loving all at the same time? show art Can you be opinionated, Christian, and loving all at the same time?

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Paul recently did a Monday episode and said he could no longer, in good faith, be a milk toast fence sitter.  This lead him to probe the other guys for their thoughts on if a person can claim to be Christian and at the same time hold a view that is considered by society to be "controversial" and remain true to their beliefs and love everyone else as they are commanded to in the Bible.  This turns into a discussion on authenticity and why people that have ever shifting opinions to fit in with the rest of society are not trusted - and what this means in the long run for being able to...

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It is an interesting time in the world.  In response to Covid-19 there has been multiple new ways of life thrown at us over a short amount of time.  But what gets under my skin is when people create new laws/procedures and then immediately turn around do exactly the opposite of what they instructed others to do.  Paul talks about that this week in the Monday (released on Friday) episode of Use Your Words.   Website: Twitter: Email: uywords@gmail.com

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Is Dissent From The Majority Allowed With Corona? show art Is Dissent From The Majority Allowed With Corona?

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Paul asks the question if it is allowable and/or appropriate to allow for dissent during a global crises.  Is interpreting the data (without spreading fake news which could cause harm to health) something that should even be allowed during a time when data is changing almost daily?  What happens to content that was banned at one point and then proven to be right later?  Who should be the controller of what is and isn't allowed in public discourse?  And is it better if fake news is left on the same platforms as the truth for light to be used as a disinfectant?

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Josh tells us what he is learning about being a father show art Josh tells us what he is learning about being a father

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Josh is now a married man.  Due to Covid he and enforcer pushed their wedding forward and turned it into a quarantine wedding with just a couple people present.  While this is a new thing for him - he is learning not only to be a husband but now is learning what it is like to take care of a pet.  Paul prods and asks questions about this and of course (Paul being Paul) leads it down a spiritual track taking what Aaron and Josh were thinking was just a quick catchup conversation into a serious bend.   Follow our website at: Check out our Monday episodes for shorter, but...

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Read and hear more about other topics, including mental health awareness month over at our website Check out: πŸΌπŸ‘‰ This video is an updated video from Paul on his thoughts about mental health awareness month. Mental health awareness month is something I am not only passionate about but knowledgeable about due to my own history with mental health. 2020 is a very different mental health awareness month in that it is being done in the time of Corona and it therefore takes on a slightly different look then it has in past years. Listen to my thoughts - and let me know your thoughts on the...

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Joe Biden was recently accused of sexual assault by Tara Reed. Within the past few years Brett Kavanaugh was accused as well by Blasey Ford of sexual assault when he was undergoing the process to be confirmed to the supreme court.  This week the guys talk about the difference in how the media and lawmakers approached each of the accusations.  

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During this time of Covid - there is a never ending supply of negative news around the world.  But Aaron wanted to talk about the good he is seeing through Unity both locally and globally.  So this week we talk about Unity we are seeing in the time of Covid and what it looks like, why it's good, and why it's helpful.

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How do you celebrate Earth Day?  The guys talk about how they approach earth day now a days as well as their approach to the environment. How do you approach earth day?

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Presented today is part two of a discussion that we had regarding the second amendment.  We were joined by a friend of ours to discuss the various proposed and currently implemented gun control laws in the United States.  Josh wanted to discuss this and ends up being slightly surprising with what he was willing to go along with gun control.