Skip to comments.The Tony O'Snow Show - Friday, March 17, 2005
Posted on 03/17/2006 5:43:12 AM PST by dinasour
Tony Snow is back and better than ever!
You can find out more information about the line-up, stream Tony's show, find local radio stations as well as other fun stuff off his website.
CLICK HERE and follow the "Listen Live" link to stream the show which runs from 9 AM est to noon.
moongriffon.com streams the show every day from 3:00 to 6:00 PM (EDT).
WKRC airs Tonys show on the web from 9-12 EST. Another way to hear Tonys show is by streaming it at 7pm CST on klif.com
You can also listen to Tony on WGTX live, in color and on time
A more comprehensive list of streaming servers is available here.
XM Channel 168 also airs the show for satellite radio subscribers.
Also Tony is back on Sirius channel 145
To call the show and talk to Tony dial: 1.866.408.SNOW
And there's more!
Here's the deal: For those fans who would like to ask for a photo-- please send an email request to Tony at email@example.com (please note in the subject line of the email "For Tony") and provide your home mailing (not email) address. Tony will send you a real, actual, signed photo -- not stuff that people have to download. Please pass it on.By the way, if you miss anything, the show is streamed again immediately after the three hours. Please feel free to add thread narrative about what is aired on the show as a group effort is helpful to get more of the content posted and is much appreciated by those reading the thread later. If youd like on or off the Tony Snow Show ping list, please post a request. All requests happily honored.
"Woof" is used in broadcasting to say "stop," "that's enough" or to mark a specific point in time -- which is what is done in this case. "Tony's show starts in 3 minutes: WOOF!" Means in 3 minutes from-- NOW!
I said, " ... it's an error in logic, on several levels, to point to In Re: Sealed case and say 'that stands for the proposition that the NSA Terrorist Surveillance Program is Constitutional.'"
First, In re: Sealed Case wasn't on the issue of what constitutes the extent of permissible wiretapping - it never got to a 4th amendment analysis. Second, we don't know what sort of "probable cause" (shorthand for finding a connection to foreign attachment) is present in the NSA Terrorist Surveillance Program. It's not possible to draw a reasoned opinion on constitutionality until a fact pattern is presented. Third, the cases that In re: Sealed Case relies on, primarily Truong and Keith, a) involved judicial oversight and b) resulted in some evidence being tossed for failure to meet 4th amendment requirements.
Dial: (202) 638-4322 when Tony plays Irish music and you can compete with the rest of us trying to win a Vermont Teddy-bear! [You have to be the 17th caller.]
the same place it mentions that we should pay taxes for bridges in Alaska....
Nowhere, but you knew that.
It's almost 11AM ET...think it's late enough to slip some Bailey's into the coffee yet?
You may wish to check with Mark Levin.
Or even Byron York! They're both capable of reaching and defending their personal opinions without any help or hinderance from me.
I love this place, we have experts on just about any issue under the sun.
I am type B and the MIL is a universal donor and a proud member of the gallon club :-)
for [phantom] bridges in Alaska....
oh! so you DO KNOW where that is in the Constitution???
I'm sorry you lost a friend and my thoughts are w you.
I understand your reluctance to get married too quickly - -I've been there myself before. There were also 1 or 2 guys I probably 'should' have married and didn't. While it's easy to do, especially if we care about someone, we can't blame ourselves for the choices and path others take. You seem like a very caring and compassionate person, so I certainly understand your sadness in your friend's unhappiness.
I also sometimes get a little down on myself for things I 'should' have done, but, I've tried to look at it as right or wrong, I made the best choice for me at the time, with the information I had as well as my feelings and situation in life at the time (job, family, etc.).
I look back now, and, at times wish I were married, but, I also have to look at it, while the grass often seems to be greener on the other side, it could have been a really bad marriage, regardless how hard I tried. And, perhaps, more importantly, I think while I make my own choices, God also has a plan for me, and, these guys and my marriage to one of them, was not in the 'greater plan'. Maybe one of these days the 'plan' will change and the man of my dreams will come along. In the interim, knowing full well that I've made some mistakes along the way, I've tried to learn from those mistakes; and, I try to be happy with what I have and what I've done. I try to think about what I can do, and not what I should have done (not always easy).
Prayers up to you and your friend.
I don't recall the exact saying, but, it's something to the effect of: God answers all our prayers, we just don't always know they're really being answered at the time.
This caller is SO WRONG about comparing Pelosi to Linus VanPelt...THAT Linus is precocious and smart, not to mention reverent of Christ. VERY unlike Pelosi!!
The normal rules of decorum etc, don't apply on St. Paddy's Day. Sip away and enjoy!
Section 2 - Civilian Power over Military, Cabinet, Pardon Power, Appointments
The President shall be Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States, and of the Militia of the several States, when called into the actual Service of the United States; he may require the Opinion, in writing, of the principal Officer in each of the executive Departments, upon any subject relating to the Duties of their respective Offices, and he shall have Power to Grant Reprieves and Pardons for Offenses against the United States, except in Cases of Impeachment. [snipped remaining 2 paragraphs]
In fact, there is some argument that the FISA court is UNConstitutional because it limits the war power of the President.
I choose to believe the Attorney General and the Constitution, and not the Court, and certainly not any buffoon in Congress.
I heard that! I nearly did too...the slimy slug image was a good one!
THAT was so funny!
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