Your voice is very distinct, you have a great radio voice. I think it took Alex a second to realize it was you. If not I would had to call in a vouch for you!
When I would call into the show 3-4-5 years ago, and when I did the guest spots in '09, I was on a ground line hand-set which had a much wider audio range and less distortion. What threw Alex off is... now all I have is a 6 year old Samsung cell phone with a cheap hands free... a little tinny by comparison.
CJ, the "call taker" (screener) on Sunday there in Austin, is new and was having a bit of trouble with my name... I was the "JG" that Alex hesitated on when he was listing the callers he would be going to in the next segment... I 'magine one of the guys put it together and let Alex know it was me, or someone claiming to be me. ...(chuckle)... That was the first time I've talked to him in a year and a half... though I submit at least 1 article per month...
Anyway what I was hoping to say on the air was, that beginning at 7:04 of this FOX video
with a little coaxing from Chris Wallace, the "frightened turn-coat" Scalia dissembles the Second Amendment, aware that the average person has little if any idea what it actually says or what its real purpose is; let alone how to diagram and analyze Madison's well thought out Amendment.
Mr. Scalia should be reminded that when analyzing sentence structure and meaning by his various methods, including that of the 27 word 2nd Amendment, the laws of English Grammar are the absolute rule. By this rule, it will only allow at most, for government to set the standard to regulate
the militia toward the maintenance of a free state, not to regulate the Arms of the People... that would be an infringement which "...Shall not be..."
...Unambiguously, U.S. v Miller lays it out, below...
JTCoyoté"The right of civilians in a free society to possess "military-looking,"
or even actual military weapons, is essential if a monopoly of force
is not to reside in the hands of government, where modern history
shows the potential for far greater abuses and crimes exists than
are possible for any deranged individual." ~RKBA Summary excerpt;
per, Halbrook, LaPierre, Rice, Simkin & Zelman, (Aymette v. State, 21
Tenn. Reports 154 (1840), cited in U.S. v. Miller, 307 U.S. 174 (1939)