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"13 colonies" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:45 min | 11 months ago

"13 colonies" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Are now emojis that show men being pregnant. Like dudes with moustache is and beards and sideburns and stuff. Being pregnant. It's not possible. I mean, why would someone do that? There's like seven people. What? I just can't that need this Emoji? You know what I mean? We'll wait. Wait a second. But men cannot be pregnant, right? I mean, we know that. But there are women who are living their lives as men and calling themselves men who are who can be and have been and continue to get pregnant. That's the key as they're calling themselves, right. They're not actually men, right? So that's having a man pregnant Emoji. Is no different than having a Superman emoji. It doesn't exist. What is design? Well, I guess it's what you try to download it ever emojis are on. I guess it's a new available emotionally is not on a specific social media. I don't know. I don't know where it is. It's probably going to be everywhere. At some point. You know what the problem is, and they're all different skin tones to like they made sure to capture all the possible. You know, melon and levels they have run on the day of running out of ideas. It's not that it's that our culture is lost. We're just were just falling into a pit of crazy. Yeah, there used to be a point when when the product would come out or whatever they would say, Okay. Here's the market for this, and we believe this will be profitable and will be good because a B and C will buy this product. Whatever it is. Who is the consumer? Of the pregnant man Emoji, right? I mean, this is that's why I said, it's like seven people will will use this. It's so pandering and dump It's just ridiculous. Um, have you noticed by the way to speaking of crazy and how lost our culture Is that the American flag which which member got sold out right after 9 11? Remember, it's like, always been a symbol of a united States of America of unity. Sure, Um, now more and more often you start hearing people talk about it as though it is a symbol of either trump and only trump or of hatred. It's actually being criticized and looked at unfavorably now by way, too many Americans and we've talked about BLM a lot on today's show because of their reaction and their statement about Cuba. But there's a chapter of BLM in Utah that has openly called the American flag, a symbol of hatred used by dumb racist. That's what they say. And so we've got a tiktok er, who is expressing Similar views. She is a black woman who clearly Doesn't like the flag. Take a Listen. I'm at the point of this country that, like all this Fourth of July decorations doesn't sit well with me because we're at a point where the American flag on any piece of anything hanging from your house on your shirt for your car on a sticker on your car, Whatever. It looks racist like the fact that it was the symbol of like the protests against Mass. And it was a symbol fair. All lives matter and blue lives matter. It's like it. Just it screams racist to me. It screams colonizer. It screams. I don't season my food. You know what I'm saying? So Um I don't want to celebrate for the Johnny more for the dye is officially canceled. I'm tired of seeing the 13 colonies flags everywhere in California when we're not 1/13 Colony Also for the July is overrated Fireworks and thanks for coming to my sit down. So I love that she Thanks, people at the end. Thanks for coming to my take time. Just I've just spewed vile hate for the entire country. Thank you, though. I mean, she lives in a country where she's able to do that, because it is one of the it is the greatest country on earth. And this is what people like her forget is where would you rather go? Why do you think it is that people are clamoring to come here? What other country do people clamor to get to in the same way? They tried to come to the United States and look, it's incredibly fine and wonderful to say with government. I'd do it all the time. These things are wrong. These are the things that should be fixed, Abyan. See, here's what we need to do. Nobody's saying that. But what we're saying is with these people. It's an inherent hate for our country for our people For what we stand for. It's just It's really a staggering, staggering amount of vile and venom for a place that gives you opportunity and has for since its inception. Unlike any other country, and I've really come to believe it's it's a couple of different things one. Some people are just inherently miserable. You know him. I know him, and they want other people to share in their misery. What's out, saying Misery loves company, so they're projecting their own. Um, their own, uh, problems their own issues onto other people. The other thing is and we've talked about this before the Internet gives irrelevant, talentless people, a voice and an opportunity to be heard. These are people who offer nothing. They're not in it to better anyone's existence. Yet they have do did access to the social media platforms, the same ability to become seen or heard, or whatever as regular people, So they try to out extreme Yeah, others they try to out shock, others, and this is a great way because they know there's a lot of venomous, vile, miserable people like them who will be drawn to this. Well, that's true. And to your point of trying to out shock. Uh, we've also got a tick tock from someone who decided to rewrite the famous Lee Greenwood song that you typically here at Pro America patriotic rallies. Listen to this. I'm not proud to be American. Where no one is really free. And we do forget the people who died. Because we killed so many, um I don't want to stand and up next to you. It's time to take and me..

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"13 colonies" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:37 min | 11 months ago

"13 colonies" Discussed on KGO 810

"So you got two more and then you win. All right. You ready? Sherry? What determines the order of cabinet members and the presidential line of succession. Does the president get to create their succession? The Cabinet members decide their seniority in the current president's Cabinet, or the age of the department that they represent what determines the order of Cabinet members in the presidential line of succession. The third one. I don't know which one Let me read them again. The incoming president creates it. The Cabinet members decide the seniority in their current president's Cabinet or the age of the department. They represent. The seniority. No, I'm sorry. Oh, so close, But you know what? We're going to stay. You can stay in the us. Don't worry about it. Or San Jose just can't leave San Jose. Okay, then we're gonna have to come get you. All right. Thank you, Sherry. All right, Um, Nick in San Jose. Nick, you act You attended a citizenship class with your mom. No with my grandmother. I was just sixth grade. I believe, and she didn't speak English very well and she had to take the classes and I would go with her. And I distinctly remember this question because I happen to have taught us history in high school. Two high school students, and they asked Her and the class about the whiskey rebellion. You know, this is when, uh, Washington and I believe brought out troops to enforce the tax. Look at you, man. Well, here we go. Let's ask the questions that we have a lot of time. Well, what determines the order of Cabinet members in the presidential line of succession it does the president created Does the Cabinet members they decide Or is it the seniority in the current president's Cabinet or the age of the apartment that they represent? Age of the department. Bingo. You got it. One more and and it's winter Winter kitchen dinner and you get to I'll make you head of the KGO interior depart our image, Immigration and Naturalization Department. Okay, this is too good. Okay. Goodbye Shot, which was not one of the original 13 colonies, Massachusetts, South Carolina, Georgia or Maine. Was not an original 13 colonies Maine, Massachusetts, South Carolina, Georgia. Maine, Massachusetts or what or South Carolina or Georgia, which was not one of the original 13 gallery Calories colonies. South Carolina. No, I'm so sorry. Um, but that was a great story, though. I mean, you know, I'll let you stay in the country. Okay for that story alone, All right. That was awesome. John and San Matteo. I mean, this is the last one for you. Tell me Tell me one of those states. That was not, um, one of the original 13 colonies. Maine, Massachusetts, Georgia, South Carolina. Give it to me. I think it has to be Georgia. Oh, Karen, do you know? Did you know? Did you look it up, Karen? Because I got the answers. I didn't look it up now. So tell me, which one is it you had to Maynard, Massachusetts. Let's see. It was mean. Thanks. Very good. I you can stay because can I be Can ideas are I want to be as are you going to be as are yours? Ours are Karen cars. Could you pass that citizenship test? This is you know, Think about this. Next time somebody starts talking about you can't speak the language. Maybe you should leave. Yeah. Alright. I'm chip this kid. Hmm. Listen to that sizzle. That's the sound of America's most trusted, affordable and high quality meat from good ranchers. Good ranchers dot.

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"13 colonies" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"13 colonies" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Anywhere. Anytime is the U. S Declaration of Independence, a document by which the 13 original colonies declared their grievances against King George of Great Britain, and they had a lot and then spelled out the fact that reconciliation was no longer an option. The 13 colonies We're out of there. Now. Do these words ring a bell? When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for people to advance from that subordination in which they have hitherto remained. Okay. How about these words? We hold these crews to be sacred and undeniable that all men are created equal and independent that from that equal creation, they'd arrived rights inherent and inalienable among which are the preservation of life. And liberty and the pursuit of happiness that those words seem sort of familiar there from Thomas Jefferson's rough draft of the Declaration of Independence. Actually, Jefferson wasn't the first choice to write the declaration. John Adams was. But Adam's insisted Jefferson do it because Jefferson was a better writer and second because Adam's admitted he was so obnoxious that if he wrote it Congress was just picking apart as it was. The Continental Congress spent two days tearing apart Jefferson's draft and then throwing out a quarter of his words That left Jefferson to complain that they had mangled his work. It's worth remembering that we think of the founding fathers as these wise old men at the time, John Adams was an old geezer of 41. Jefferson was 33 Heck, another member of the committee to write a declaration of independence. Robert Livingston checked in at the ripe old age of 29. These were wise men, okay, but wise long before they were old. And how did we arrive at the date for our independence? The first shots were fired 15 months before at Lexington and Concord. Jefferson wrote that first draft in June of 17 76. Congress voted independence July 2nd but didn't get around to signing it till August. So July 4th close enough for government work..

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"13 colonies" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

05:14 min | 11 months ago

"13 colonies" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Troops. I taught American government at local colleges for 15 years. One of the questions I asked during the first day of class was Why do we celebrate the Fourth of July? In 15 years? I had one student who knew the answer, and he was 40 years old. Oh, some came up with a true statement. It's Independence Day. And it is but what happened on that day and what year? As I hope most of you know it was on July 4th 17 76 that the Continental Congress passed the Declaration of Independence. First some background, the Revolutionary War rose from growing tensions between residents of Great Britain's 13, North American colonies and the colonial government, which represented the British crowd. Skirmishes between British troops in colonial militiamen in Lexington and Concord. In April, 17 75 kicked off the armed conflict, and by the following summer, the rebels were waging a full scale war for their independence. The battle of Bunker Hill was fought on June 17 17 75 during the siege of Boston in the first stage of the Revolutionary War. The battle is named after Bunker Hill in Charleston, Massachusetts. Which was peripherally involved in the battle. It was the original object of both Colonial and British troops. The majority the con plant that took place on an adjacent hill, which later became known as Breed's hill. France entered the revolution on the side of the columnist in 17 78, turning what had been a civil war into an international war. After French assistance helped our army forced the British surrender at Yorktown, Virginia in 17 81. We effectively won our independence, though fighting would still go on for a couple more years. Okay, back to the declaration. We weren't really a nation in 17 76, though We did have some of the elements of one like a continental Congress, and they created an army in the June of the year before. It consisted of 10 companies of riflemen. Bypassing the declaration of independence. They declared war on the most powerful nation in the world. Great Britain and Britain had a well trained and equipped army here and a navy on our coast. And there was no precedent for this. Nothing like this had ever been done before in history. Here are the first two sentences of the second paragraph of the declaration quote. We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights governments are instituted among men deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, end quote. The first draft of the declaration included the abolishment of slavery, but the southern colonies they weren't states yet objected. Remember that we were declaring war on England. We needed all the support available, so they deferred to the southerners to keep him on the team. Note that our rights come not from the state, but from our creator. God. If the state didn't give them to you, then the state can't take him away as England was doing and governments derive their powers from the consent of the governed. This put the responsibility for the effectiveness of any government on the people being governed, were supposed to watch over our various levels of government, see what they're doing and hold him responsible. That was the vision. All of the colonies were represented in Philadelphia to consider the delicate case for independence and to change the course of the war. In all, there were 56 representatives from the 13 colonies. 14 represented the New England colonies. 21 represented the middle colonies and 21 represented the southern colonies. The largest number nine came from Pennsylvania. Most of the signers were American born, though eight were foreign born. The age of the signers ranged from 26 Edward Rutledge to 70 Benjamin Franklin, but the majority of the signers were in their thirties or forties. More than half the signers were lawyers and the others were planters, merchants and shippers. Together they mutually pledged quote to each other. Our lives, our fortunes and our sacred honor, end quote. They're mostly men of means, who had much to lose if the war was lost. None of the signers died at the hands of the British and one third of them served as militia officers during the war. Four of the signers were taken captive during the war, and nearly all of them were poorer at the end of the war that at the beginning No matter what each of these men did after July, 17 76, the actual signing of the Declaration of Independence, which began around August, 2nd ensure them instant immortality. Congress created the articles of confederation to create our nation. Under these articles for the federal government had little power. They had to ask the states for funds and for militia to fight the British It wasn't easy. But with the help of the French government, who was frequently fighting the British and Europe, we won After the war Congress meant to amend the articles of confederation but ended up tossing them out and created our current constitution. It became effective on June 21st 17 88 creating our constitutional republic, not a democracy. We'll be discussing that with Richard Thompson a bit later in the show. And those are my comments for today. This is Colonel Danny Gillam. You're listening to front lines of freedom, and now we get to.

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"13 colonies" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

07:24 min | 11 months ago

"13 colonies" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"About the things that truly matter in life. And, of course, the afterlife. I encourage you to be bold and brave. And go to that phone with your theology, question or life situation question anywhere. In the U. S of a go ahead and dial 800. 5201534 That's 805 201534. I bet you've heard the phrase there ain't no such thing as a free lunch. This. Famous phrase. You probably hear it all the time. Popped up and became popular and American literature from around the late 18 hundreds. On into the early 19 hundreds. And it derived its meaning. From the the Special free lunch. That was offered with your drink it many saloons in the U. S. So if you can imagine these so called free lunches would sometimes be they could be Kind of rudimentary and in style, or they could be very elaborate, and sometimes they were quite elaborate, and we're typically much more. Expensive than the cost of just one drink. So the saloon keeper was kind of banking on the customer and not only buying a second or maybe even a third drink. Balancing things out a little bit, but also building return. Customers give a little up front and you can get a little later. It builds this kind of Goodwill. At least it appeared that way. But ultimately with more drinks and more frequency to the Salone, that really a saloonkeeper was making much of the money back. These types of so called free offers still exist today in one form or another, but Make no mistake. There is nothing In life that is truly free. Everything. Everything worthwhile comes at a price. You may not always be the one paying, but I assure you, someone is always making the payment. We'll explain how this all ties in 4th July coming up, But I want you to think about maybe that time in your life where Where you were growing up. And All of a sudden you became of age. To where your parents started expecting you to pay for things. Oh, I'll give you a moment to to remember such a horrific concept. But there is there is a time where maybe you get to an age where your parents think. Well, you can. We go out somewhere or something like that You can pay for your meal, and maybe it's later maybe you're even out of the house at that point. My producer. Neil and I were talking about this very, very concept, and he says he remembers quite distinctly That moment when his father looked up at him and said, uh, Um, bore put his money out for his meal when they were out and Expected producer Neil to pay his Part of the tab. And How wonderfully shocking that is. In life, but also reminds you That nothing is free. That there's a There's a time and a point where everyone makes a payment for on things or somebody's making payments for things and unfortunately and some may say that today it's particularly bad. These days, but The importance is to appreciate it and to know that nothing comes without any price. And the fourth of July, which of course, commemorates the declaration of Independence. Creation. The signing This moment this opportunity To be free or to focus on a new ideas. And enjoy the freedoms there in It's important to remember that all you have today. Everything is because someone was willing to sacrifice or to make a payment for it. It didn't come cheaply. It certainly did not come. Free. Over 230 years ago. Group of people made Huge sacrifices. And thought so that the 13 colonies could give birth to the United States. That is something that you should never forget. You should always have that in the front of your mind that the things that you enjoy today came at a price. Like everything. That idea of no free lunch points back to You know that points back more to like marketing schemes or the idea of somebody trying to lure you in. But really, it's If done properly, It's a balance of things. We want to show you that we are a place to enjoy, or that you can come and eat and drink or do what have you play games? Often you you'll hear about Las Vegas or casinos offering, you know cheaper rooms, free rooms, things like that. Not just a marketing ploy want to get you in knowing that you'll experience more? But in life it's much when when you say free lunch, it's much more than just those types of marketing ploys. It's about About understanding that the way the system works the entire system the entire planet. Works is that Good things come from hard work. From dedication, perseverance. Righteousness, honesty. And that those are the tools of payment. It's not always just money. But the tools of payment that make everything run and I'm sure you're doing things in life. That helps Others as well. So the things that you're focused on you may think. Well, I'm just doing x Y and Z And how is this helping, but someone else is benefiting from your work from your efforts. From all that you do. If you forget the fact That someone made A payment the payment many payments. In your life, you'll forget its importance and its value. As you celebrate the Fourth.

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"13 colonies" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:26 min | 11 months ago

"13 colonies" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"You mentioned the word Constitution A number of times we often as Christians talk about the art and science of biblical interpretation. Is there an art and a science to interpreting the Constitution properly and are there different perspectives? Some people are originalists. Other people think the Constitution is a living document. Talk about that a little bit. Yeah, There's different schools of thought on that the view that I'm sure most of your listeners have heard about over the past couple of weeks is called originalism, which is a view that associated with the late Justice Antonin Scalia and Justice Abby Coney Barrett, and it's the view that we should interpret the Constitution. As it was originally understood. A lot of people misunderstand this. They think that it's the views of original intent. And in fact, Scalia himself did not like the term original intent was his thinking was, It's not what the authors or founders intended. It's what the words meant so to give an example imagine When the 14th amendment was passed, where it says that once life, liberty or property cannot be taken without due process of law, And then there's another part that says that the government has an obligation to enforce the law. Equally, it's sometimes called the Equal protection clause. Now imagine that there were some people are included. There were people who wrote who are involved with the 14th amendment, who thought that Equal protection clause permitted racial segregation. And so their intent was that it not be extended or thought to make racial segregation Legal well, it took almost 100 years. But in 1954, the Supreme Court said that precisely What it means that is, people should be treated with equal protection under the law. And even though there were clearly people that wrote the 14th amendment, who were segregationists would have been segregationists. It doesn't matter. What the words mean not what people intended them to me, right or what? They speculated how they'd be applied in the future. So I think I'm not example. I use with my students in class. Imagine you're asked by your boss. Let's say your partner in a law firm and you're asked by two senior partner too. Sharing search committee for a new hire, E and the boss comes in, he said. I want you to hire the best person. Oh, and by the way my son is applying. So when he says in his mind the best person His intense is that you hire his son. Well, it turns out, Let's say you don't hire his son because it turns out he's not really the best person. So it's what the words Meant at the time. Not what was in the head of The people who authored The 14th amendment, and this is not to say that there are going to be disagreements among originalist. There are to be sure. Now some of the other views there's a view that associated with Some more liberal justices, which is the new that it's sometimes called The Living Constitution view, a term coined by the late Justice Brennan. And it's the view that the Constitution so that has to change with the Times and What's unusual about that new? I think a problem with that view is that It tends to buy into this understanding that history is always getting better or progressing. So to give you an example from Justice Brennan's reasoning in a couple of cases involving Death penalty. He argued that the Eighth Amendment, which prohibits cruel and unusual punishment, he says, well Today. We recognize the death penalty is being cruel and unusual. So therefore The death penalty is unconstitutional mouth Justice, Leah has pointed out or pointed out in several writings. The Constitution itself Presupposes the death penalty. It says that the government can't take life, liberty or property without due process of law. Well, if you can take life with due process and clearly The death penalty is accepted and the other problem with Brennan's view. Is that He's imagining that somehow we're going to become a more gentler and kinder culture as time develops, but If let's say would become a more barbaric culture and Somebody says, Well, I don't think cruel and unusual should exclude, you know, torturing people because after all, you know we're progressing and we believe tortures good now. So Scalia's point is that we have to look at what was meant by cruel and unusual when that was passed at the end of the 18th century, because It may not be the case that Justice Brennan's future where we become less barbaric is in fact going to be the case. Better that we tighten Heather The meaning of that amendment to what was intended at the time, if, in fact we want to change it. We have an amendment process to do that. You've been studying politics for many, many years, you have an encyclopedic knowledge of the Constitution. Talk for just a moment about the brilliance. Of our Constitution. I don't want to put in the same class as the Bible. But the more I studied the Bible, the more enamored I am with the word of God. And I suppose someone that studies the Constitution as you have. Has an elevated appreciation for just how grand document this really is. Well, yeah, There's a lot of reasons to appreciate and sort of stand in awe of our Constitution, and one is that it's the longest standing. I mean, it's remarkable. You think of other nations throughout the world. Western nations who have had Over the past. More than 200 years, a variety of different types of governments. Right. They've gone from monarchies to liberal democracy. The same right? I mean, we've amended it, but I think the brilliance behind it is this now I think this is what the founders were facing. When they created the Constitution instead, 1976 we fought the Revolutionary War and we had something called the articles of Confederation, which was a kind of New set of rules for the 13 states that were once colonies. The problem, though, was that Nobody was really sure whether we were really one country. Or were there 13 countries right? And so they were just all sorts of problems concerning currency contracts and Created a constitutional convention where they convened the Constitution Adventure, which they hammered all these things out, So there were two things that the founders were concerned about one concerns that they wanted to have Something that was a united Collection of political entities, which we call states that had a kind of a certain level of independence. On the other hand, though, they wanted to have a strong enough central government. That would not become tyrannical, like the government that they just fought a war against the United Kingdom and Solo. They were deeply influenced by thinkers like French writer Monos. Q. John Locke. They were very well versed in classical learning thinkers like Plato and Aristotle. They were obviously formed by their Christian inheritance. Some writers effect. I had a student a couple years ago who was going to write a dissertation on the influence of the Christian view of original sin on the American founder effect, they're sort of skepticism of political power was not just the result of your experience. It was also a result of their theological beliefs about Human fallibility and frailty and original sin. All these factors are in play, so they come up with a constitution that has three pronged federal government that allows states to have their own governments. But not everyone's totally satisfied with this. There were people at the American founding called the Anti Federalists and the anti Federalists. They weren't satisfied with the articles of confederation either, but they were really skeptical of having a strong federal government decide. Are we gonna go through the same thing again here that we went through with Britain? So that's how we get the bill of rights. The bill of rights is essentially A compromise between the federalists. People like James Madison and others and the anti federalist until the build rights were put in as a limitation on federal power. So, for example, in terms of what the states can do, so this is why we have strong Prohibitions against things like self incrimination limits on freedom of speech, very strong language about religious, liberty and religious establishment. In fact, in the First Amendment, where it says that Congress I'm not establish Religion. That's a limitation on Congress. Six of the original 13 colonies actually did have established churches. And so what? The original understanding of the First Amendment was that there could be no federal Church and that the federal government cannot interfere with states that wanted to have established churches if they wanted to. Now, the last state gets rid of its established church in 18, 32. And then eventually, in the 20th century, the Supreme Court starts applying The first Amendment to the state, and that's a whole nother story for about the history of the Constitution..

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"13 colonies" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:09 min | 11 months ago

"13 colonies" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"They declared war on the most powerful nation in the world. Great Britain and Britain had a well trained and equipped army here and a navy on our coast. And there was no precedent for this. Nothing like this had ever been done before in history. Here are the first two sentences of the second paragraph of the declaration quote. We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights governments are instituted among men deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, end quote. The first draft of the declaration included the abolishment of slavery, but the southern colonies they weren't states yet objected. Remember that we were declaring war on England. We needed all the support available, so they deferred to the southerners to keep them on the team. Note that our rights come not from the state, but from our creator. God. If the state didn't give them to you, then the state can't take him away as England was doing and governments derive their powers from the consent of the governed. This put the responsibility for the effectiveness of any government on the people being governed, were supposed to watch over our various levels of government, see what they're doing and hold him responsible. That was the vision. All of the colonies were represented in Philadelphia to consider the delicate case for independence and to change the course of the war. In all, there were 56 representatives from the 13 colonies. 14 represented the New England colonies. 21 represented the middle colonies and 21 represented the southern colonies. The largest number nine came from Pennsylvania. Most of the signers were American born, though eight were foreign born. The age of the signers ranged from 26 Edward Rutledge to 70 Benjamin Franklin, but the majority of the signers were in their thirties or forties. More than half the signers were lawyers and the others were planters, merchants and shippers. Together they mutually pledged quote to each other. Our lives, our fortunes and our sacred honor, end quote. They're mostly men of means, who had much to lose if the war was lost. None of the signers died at the hands of the British and one third of them served as militia officers during the war. Four of the signers were taken captive during the war, and nearly all of them were poorer at the end of the war that at the beginning No matter what each of these men did after July, 17 76, the actual signing of the Declaration of Independence, which began around August, 2nd ensure them instant immortality. Congress created the articles of confederation to create our nation. Under these articles for the federal government had little power. They had to ask the states for funds and for militia to fight the British It wasn't easy. But with the help of the French government, who was frequently fighting the British and Europe, we won After the war Congress meant to amend the articles of confederation but ended up tossing them out and created our current constitution. It became effective on June 21st 17 88 creating our constitutional republic, not a democracy..

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"13 colonies" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

11:33 min | 11 months ago

"13 colonies" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Again. Yes. On July 4th 17 76. The 13 colonies claimed their independence from England. An event which eventually led to the formation of the United States each year on the fourth of July, also known as Independence Day, America celebrates this historic Event. Uh, Convent and Continental Congress and Flood Olivia Philadelphia in summer of 17 76. In a June 7th. Session. In the Pennsylvania State House. Later Independence whole. Richard Henry Lee of Virginia presented a resolution which It which the famous word, a result. That these United colonies are And of right Out. Should be free and independent states. That they are absorbed from all alliance to British Crown. And that all political connection between them and the state of Great Britain is and out to be totally dissolved. Uh, you are shot at time it independence, the her really otra America. So, uh huh. Yuma have a barista. Uh, ultra, killing them Solid. Paul Bachmann. Maria Allah. Ha! Not little thumb man. 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"13 colonies" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:01 min | 11 months ago

"13 colonies" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"7 50 on K l i f Dave has another day off. Hopefully he'll be able to return tomorrow. Scott Sideways filling in very nicely. Thank you for joining us this morning to be here. Let's talk about what's going on in Silverton, Colorado because they have stopped saying the pledge of Allegiance there at town. Meetings and the reasoning I think is really dumb. And this comes from the mayor who spoke to the Durango Herald newspaper over there. Silverton, Colorado, he said, due to direct and indirect threats, inappropriate comments in and out of public meetings and the general divisiveness this is creating in our community. We will not be doing the pledge of allegiance during town or Silverton board or trustee meetings. So the mayor just decided this. There was no official vote. Just a mayoral order that was in place just basically upset that a lot of people were complaining. People were actually taking up time in public meetings to say, Get rid of the pledge. The mayor Shane Furman said. Alright, cool. We'll get rid of it. But nine people, including two board members, recited the pledge during a recent meeting and he was not pleased. Well, saying they were out of order, and he warned they would be forced to leave if there were any further disruptions. So they're gonna get kicked out of their own meeting for saying the plan and the right to free speech to be able to say the pledge. Yeah. I can't imagine why they would actually if they kick out nine members. Do they have quorum? Can they actually vote on things? I'm pretty sure they've got the leverage in this situation and members in a total of nine people. So there are people I guess who are in The audience. I just don't understand why We are making such a big deal about a set of words you know, and like, I I can't remember the last time I said the Pledge of Allegiance. If I had to say it somewhere, I would do it. I don't care. I feel like there's bigger things to complain about. Bigger fish to fry. Well, it's like singing the national anthem. There's so much criticism and debate about symbolism. And, yeah, this represents it. The country we live in today doesn't represent me. Therefore, I don't think we should say the pledge of allegiance at a silver tin. We're talking about Silverton, a town of 550 people, right? It's in the mountain. We're not talking about a lot of people here know. But I would I would imagine they have better things to discuss, then. The Pledge of Allegiance. I'm sure they have cows got out. And then there's this Grammy Award winning singer Macy Gray. Says. We need a new flag. She probably doesn't like the pledge of Allegiance either. But she says we need a new flag. One that represents the way we are now. Because the one that we have celebrates divisiveness and hate. Okay. If if we still had the Confederate flag as the United States flag she'd have. She'd have a iron issue. I could get it. I'm like, Okay, that's the flat and I again I don't have much problem with it, but I'm have no feelings towards it. So whatever you feel how you want to feel There is nothing other than the symbolism. We just talked about the pledge. What is wrong with with, uh with 50 stars? Well, she wants 52 stars. Why? Because she wants the Washington D C and Puerto Rico to be represented, even though they're not states. She thinks they should be states so she wants them well. Then she should run for Congress or Senate and then make that our platform and if she gets elected, then push something through the Senate. So she's worked with an artist now to create a new flag, which she believes represents all the people of the United States. Okay, this flag, which I'm looking at, It's not too different. The red White stripes 13 stripes representing the original 13 colonies, and then you've got The blue and white stars in a triangular almost like arrow fashion, pointing to the right where you have 52 stars and then on the left. This is where it's weird. You've got a hand holding a candle. But like you pointed this out, you know what it looks like to me. It's like like you said, you're at a journey concert and you have your lighter. I'm back in the day..

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"13 colonies" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:02 min | 11 months ago

"13 colonies" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"If, and we want to be better than they were right. Isn't our whole society doesn't want to. We try to evolve to be better people. Correct. I mean, That's what we try to do. And I think that sometimes living In a Um Having to totally Adhere to something that was written 250 years ago. Let's just be honest. It's not realistic that every word written no matter how smart that person was. Works in the society we have today. They didn't know we were going to be in Hawaii and Alaska. We're going to be part of America, right? Did they know Hell? They didn't even know that you were going to be how far outside of the 13 colonies you were going to be, they didn't know. It just changes and that's you know, and and that's all I'm getting at. And I think that a lot of our fights Politically. Are are based on those who are steeped in tradition. And those who want to evolve and move forward based on on relic principles, right, But you can still have the principal and apply the principle. In my opinion in a realistic way. That that that goes hand in hand with how we live today as a society, you know, we weren't jumping on planes and going all over the world and and you know, and I know you know, and I know immigration is different today. Everything is different today. And to think that they knew. Listen, I'm not short changing our forefathers. They were freaking brilliant people. Brilliant people. Well, there's a reason why we're I mean, the fact that That they were smart enough to avoid. A a mob rule, basically, by having a democracy and a republic at the same time, it turned us into a democratic Republican having the the electoral college and having the filibuster and having the House representative in the Senate. Yeah, obviously, they they were extremely intelligent..

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"13 colonies" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

04:52 min | 11 months ago

"13 colonies" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"In a couple of more weeks will be celebrating another holiday, but enjoy it while you can. They might take this one back. Okay, So the July 4th thing you know, somebody pointed out to the black people. That if you celebrate July 4th, you're celebrating a day when you still weren't free, According to Juneteenth, That's the day you were free. Yeah, that's not accurate, either, but that's a lie. That's not true. No, none of it's true. It's just what the Don't know the media, I guess. And then the Democrats think looks good. It's all for show. A lot of slaves were freed after the Revolutionary War up north. So yeah, I would say that. America. Becoming a country did signal the end of slavery. Certainly the beginning of the end of slave it was the beginning of the end, and nobody gets any credit for all the progress we've made. Since then, All they do is want to look back and blame slavery came to America because of two important groups of powerful people. One of them were the European Kings, England, Spain, Right, But the other were the African Kings. Kidney. Well, it's true you're going to get us some trouble. Well, how do you think the the European slave traders got those slaves out of Africa? I'm surprised he didn't cut that part out of the roots. You know, the last time they ran routes for some anniversary or something they actually showed the part. Where there were people in Africa. Yep. Africans, uh, hunting down other Africans and selling them to the white boys on the boat. Well, that was part of the look. It's historically are supposed to be accurate anymore. We're supposed to make it all feel good and make it look like it was Trump's fault. History is imperfect, right? Yeah, it's Trump's fault. Yeah, you know, look, we Obviously, black people in America were dealt a shorthand they add. They had hard times in the past, as did the native Americans, right? But let's not forget once upon a time a very long time ago, before the Europeans came here, the native Americans were all at war with each other, and some of them were peaceful farmers and some of them were cannibals sacrificed each other on an altar. I mean, the world history is not perfect guys. Uh, African kings played just a bigger which is why it's so confusing to me that some people will fly the pan African flag to symbol black rights in America. You're flying a flag that represents a continent. Where the Kings and Queens and tribal leaders actually sold your people into slavery. Why would you do that? It's all about the look. You're not supposed to know any history. History now was more like trivia questions. Mm. The real history is written by CNN and in the New York Times or post or daily news. Whatever they got, they got him a headline. One of them New York papers this morning. I saw it on the national news, the headline in his bigger a fault. They call it yes, as they could fit on the paper. It's just Three little words, and it said. Let them loot. Just let them loose. Let them loot. And that was the news. That's the news. Well, how is that news? I don't know. I don't know, because it's all about opinion these days, not news. They're stepping on our toes, man. We're supposed to be a bad opinion. Rude, rude. Well, while we're talking about racism in June 10th, I guess we ought to talk about old Senator Sheldon White House. Don't like where this is going already. Is that how you say his name? Or is it wit House White House? I don't know this guy. He's a Democrat. He's a senator in the federal government. We're not talking about a state senator. He's one of them begins. Big deal for more, Uh, Rhode Island, right? I know. I know. I know. They actually get a senator Rhode Island is smaller than the city that we're in right now. I don't understand why that still exists as a state. I mean, can't they just stretch out the state to the west of it? And go all the way across. Well, so they shortened one state to carve out Rhode Island. Some people on the left think that the Dakotas shouldn't get to be two states. What's their big or or Wyoming and Montana should be one state. Okay, fine. But if you think that that surely you'd agree that Rhode Island and Delaware shouldn't get to be states, right? I know. Back in history. Rhode Island was important back in the 13 colonies in near blah, bitty blah. But now yeah, people are changing stuff. That's something I've changed. Rhode Island is old as you just said, And so there's a lot of old money there. People who have generational wealth. So here's old Senator Sheldon from he's a Democrat, obviously from Rhode Island and big supporter of the Black Lives matter movement, somebody that spends a lot of time talking about systemic racism. Here. He is being interviewed about why he and his wife are the biggest financial contributors to a whites only private beach club. Oh, boy, okay. Back in. 2017.

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"13 colonies" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"13 colonies" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Of the original 13 colonies did. George Washington live. Delaware What's the official term used for someone who's equally skilled with both hands? Ambidextrous, which TV network airs new episodes of the Walking Dead on AMC. What female figure skater was the first American The land to triple axels in a single competition. Honey Hardy Lake Okeechobee is the largest lake in which Southern State I'm gonna go Florida. All right, answers or in time to go to the scoreboard and find out how you did with Jose. I knew that she was gonna be smoking hot by the time she was seven years old. That wrong road? Yeah, that is horrible. Melania's play that one correct today. Uh, okay. Graham, hold on to that last win on broad. Yeah. You got five. Correct. My brain was ambidextrous today. Graham's hands were full during this. So you know what? Give me a pass. All right. Men are terrible at multitasking. We're not very good. Let's go over the answers for everybody here somewhere else. There is fat Tuesday. That's also known as Mardi Gras. George Washington lived in Virginia. Oh, I knew that when you say yeah. And the term that that's used for somebody who's equally skilled with both hands is ambidextrous. The walking dead Ares new episodes on AMC had 10 seasons of that show so far. Female figure skater That was the first American to land to triple axels in a single competition was Tonya Harding. Oh, my God, If you haven't seen the movie I Tanya highly recommend. Yeah. Lake Okeechobee is the largest lake in Florida 730 square Miles. So Graham. I'm sorry. No cash today, but just for playing. You won a $25 jersey Mike's gift card and my favorite thing to get a jersey Mike's for wondering glad you asked. I like a nice foot long loaf of bread soaked overnight and vinegar. Yeah, and then in the morning, I wring it out like a wet towel. Eyeball it up into something that I like to call.

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"13 colonies" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"13 colonies" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"You probably was that one girl who always made me down so much only just everything on insecure. Oh, yeah. Today I trolled through this summer's How could I ever love someone? And I know you're perfect for this. No, I just can't imagine how you could be stopped. I guess that's your son. You said forever. Now I drive alone passed your street. My friend's tired few and hard shaman issue a kind of feel sorry for them Still never know you the way that I do yet today, I drove through the summer. Pictured. I was driving home to you. My perfect felt. This just can't imagine how you could be so I guess your dad what you brought in that. You said forever. No, I drive a long past your street. Justice. That can't last place She's got here last night. Cross boys. Oh, so you know. We want perfect, but I've never felt this way for No. One. I just can't match how you could be so okay, now they Oh, God gives you tell me what you wrote in that song about me. You said forever. Now I drive a little past your stream. You said forever. No, I drive alone passed your street. Right, which is four wins in a row today. What throw and we're gonna do it with a rematch. All right. Somebody is back after they beat you. And they want to rub your face in it grand from Lynwood. Rub away, Graham, get I'm doing it. I'm really concerned what you're doing right now. Grab Are you in public? Don't run too much. No. That makes it even worse. I think I don't know. I supported Graham. I'm by myself. All right? Don't worry. I grab everybody needs rubbing my hands together. Brooke. You're Yeah. You're disgusting. Between his name out of the gutter where we grow a lot coming at me. This Yes. Alright. We've officially flustered Brooke. So this is good, Graham. I got flustered. No. Yeah, she does this all the time. All right, You know the game's played Grammy have 30 seconds to answer as many questions as possible. If you don't know when just a passive to be broke out right to win. You ready? Here we go. Your time starts now. Today's fat Tuesday also known as what President's Day in which of the original 13 colonies. Did George Washington live? Ah! Matches. What's the official term used for someone who's equally skilled with both hands? Ambidextrous on which TV network airs new episode new episodes of the walking Dead. Uh, cap what.

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"13 colonies" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"13 colonies" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"So bill barr after. He's done his his job which is to stall which is to keep everything going to not to say. I didn't see any widespread for. But i didn't really say that but it didn't really see now. He gets to step down before christmas. Good for him he gets to. It's the ride off in his In what's the walmart. What's the thing. Fat people drive at walmart. Because they don't want to walk around. Whatever the scooter. See there's a scooter He rides off in his scooter. 'cause he's done his job. But people are so upset about mitch. Mcconnell mitch. mcconnell doesn't care mitch. Mcconnell used trump for what he did for his judges now that he's no longer useful and he remembers that this whole game was rigged so republicans make some gains deal. Get the presidency. Everybody gets rid of trump except for that. Small coalition of trump loyalist. Your jim jordan's and ron to scientists. I would even put christie norman that outside of that faction everybody else's ready get rid of trump. Everybody is ready to get back to business. Years usual which is getting black and brown people vaccinated as quickly as possible so they can control those populations and then filter it out to everybody else. Oh did i say that yeah. Did they pushing real hard to get and brown people vaccinated. I just don't ask yourself why. Especially when the there's reports that the vaccines gonna make people infertile. They all by that and then they wanna go balanced brown people in the middle east. There's too many. Peace deals not enough bombings. There's the there's too much happiness in the middle east we need. We got four years where the bombs and blood dispel. So they are ramping up to go. So it's very easy to see that the left and the right plotted together to get rid of trump but make it an georgia was an georgia was a snafu. I think kelly law was supposed to get booted produced supposed to say so. It looked like a natural progression just like an arizona to second colorado virginia..

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"13 colonies" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"13 colonies" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Group of people when you actually step back and think about five hundred and thirty eight people plus of plus the scotus right plus the scout is so it's five forty seven five forty seven five hundred forty seven people quote unquote governed three hundred and twenty five three hundred and thirty million people. That's a pretty tight knit group when you think about it and when you have such a tight knit group which is why And they're all kind of behold into the democracy to democracy instead which when the constitution was originally granted states states sent their senators a little. Bit more There were a little bit more accountable but neither here nor there. That's just a fantasy to talk like that right now because we have direct democracy of all these of every single position except you know i mean essentially it has direct democracy with the electoral college is giving vote as i ramble here but here in the bear. Breathe on the crusade channel. The last live radio station standing but was on always online and crusade channel dot com. And so what we're seeing with the scotus and with all these supposed allies. Bill barr included. Now that he's done his job just long enough after safe harbor quote unquote. after the electoral college. He can now bow. Because you damn well know listener if you had an attorney general worth their salt if you had an attorney general who actually believed in law and order would have been because you had at ten days yet to have ten days to let the states figure out there nonsense then the justice department come in guns blazing and figure out some stuff but the fact that bar stayed back also remember bar buried under biden story throughout the campaign. Hell the idiot call me. He stupidly talked about the hillary clinton email bill barr the republican quote unquote conservative attorney general. What should have been in office. If he was an officer in two thousand sixteen hillary clinton would have been frigging president because he would have buried it a roach. He would've buried that story. Komi just by the factor of him being a complete and total dumb ass revealed Wieners laptop hunters laptop. We're gonna bury. We're gonna bury it like john. Wick buried his guns in the first movie under concrete in a in a chest locked. Five times you ain't gonna find this thing until.

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"13 colonies" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"13 colonies" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"When you see the amount of fraud that takes place there. And i know i've seen the report that A judiciary the arizona judiciary has Subpoenaed dominion voting machines in arizona. So expect more of this fraud to be uncovered we have to take a step back and acknowledge that republicans were in on it. And i know you're saying do dir. Of course they were. But the more outlets like the daily wire which i don't know i don't know why you keep people keep giving your money to them the daily wire with the jet. It's not an indictment on jews. It's an indictment on a absolutely one hundred percent awful human. Being that ben shapiro is an that you people still give him money. of course. there's the the issue of knows and my walls catholics. Who work for him. But we're not gonna get into that right now but the daily wire. Yup joe biden won the electoral college com. President-elect now suckers speaker mitch mcconnell saying that we now have joe biden and kamala. La la have won the electoral college and style to time to welcome. And i think all along it starting and even dare i say dare i say as i say it anyway. All the way up to skoda's now my saying all this stuff they all got together in the bowels of the lincoln memorial which by the way if you ever knew because of the way the washington. Dc is a swamp The way was constructed underneath the lincoln memorial. of course. it's very ominous. But they had to build that because the shifting ground. I'm not saying the all met there under the lincoln memorial setup prayer to saint lincoln and then agreed to screw trump out of the office. I think it's more of their all sick of trump anyway both the left and the right because they want to get back to the four trillion dollars buffet bombing brown people and pretending that they care about babies lives and yes. All mcconnell has ever cared about is judges and he used trump to that end. He got his judges in there but now that the he has enough judges.

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"13 colonies" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"13 colonies" Discussed on 600 WREC

"They don't capture that The Lyndon Johnson needed 80% of Republicans in the House and Senate for the Civil Rights Act because Joe Biden's mentor, Robert, the former Klansman Bird was filibustering the Civil Rights Act. But the beauty of our framers and founders and there's no perfect country on earth is that they did build a system to right wrongs, correct injustices. And that system has worked effectively and we've made major strides. We have major strikes to still make thie narrative, though, is with Native Americans is is Very clear. Two pilgrims coming to the United States, not the United States at the time, the 13 colonies and that they wouldn't have survived the winner without the help of Native Americans. I believe that part of history is 100% true, and that there were conflicts and battles and, But the narrative you would learn in school is that it was always You know the settlers that we're always wrong and indigenous People were had their land robbed from them. Is that true? No. It is a chorus some truth to it. No, Let's let's start with your slavery point. And I write all about this and killing Lincoln. What about the hundreds of thousands of white young men? Who were killed and maimed. Trying to free the slaves. You have to really think about that. Right. These were 16 to 23 year olds. That was the Union Army. They were con scripted. They were drafted. They were fighting. They knew what they were fighting for it. It wasn't the tariff. And it wasn't state's rights. It was free the black man and they were willing to run into bullets. And have their legs amputated without anesthesia. In order to free the black man. Have you heard that? From Black lives matter Movement or CNN that it goes deeper Bill I got to take a quick break will come back more with Bill O'Reilly, the latest in his killing Siri's author of 15 number one best sellers. It's called Killing Crazy Horse. It's part of his historical killing Siri's Lincoln Kennedy. Jesus Patton. Reagan. Listen, one thing I always say is, I hate overpaying for anything. And you know what Money is freedom? I tell everybody that works for me. You had a bonus every year. Put it away. Money is freedom. It gives you an.

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