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"18 63" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"18 63" Discussed on KGO 810

"From 18 63 for 21st century leaders and their lessons in all directions. We now come to a conversation. And a meeting of the minds between James Longstreet, the Corps commander, veteran corps commander of they're All veterans of West Point and that the Mexican war And Robert E. Lee, And the question is on the second day, having not overrun the union forces on the first day through the night. The union has arrived and Created what is called a fishhook from Gettysburg South along Cemetery Ridge, Too little and big and little round top. James Longstreet comes forward with an idea that The the battle does not have to be decided by a frontal assault. It can be decided by maneuver. Jeff Longstreet speech to Lee is convincing here in the 21st century. Would it have been convincing in the 19th century to avoid battle? Place yourself between the enemies the enemy and the capital and make them attack? You? Would that have made sense in those days? I think it would, Because if you look back, particularly at Fredericksburg, Confederate, it down, they were most successful went on. They were on the defense and the Yankees were attacking them so clearly based on technology and maneuver and mobility, and the number of things it seems like the defense has a certain number of advantages. So when Longstreet meet with Lee, Of course, Lee suggests that we're going to attack them. If they're at that place. That's what he would say Longstreet replies. Generally, if they're still there tomorrow, they want you to attack them at that place. At least still persist the next morning course you'll issues orders for that particular attack. So this massive conjecture again that if they had followed all streets advice Gainsbourg would have been one day battle in a Confederate victory. But the more decisive battle would've been later as the Confederates try to maneuver south of the Union Army head down towards Washington, the Yankees would have to follow him. Find a good piece of terrain, occupy it and then let the Yankees attack them. Well, in some ways that sounds persuasive. Don't forget one of the problems that Robert E. Lee had was. Jeff Stewart is absent. Jeff Stewart. His kids cavalry is missing and they've been off on a long raid. Have lost contact with the main body and to conduct the maneuver. I would argue that Longstreet was recommending Ali was gonna need their cavalry to screaming advance screened the flank of the army so they won't be attacked while in motion. Identify the proper routes, the bridges and etcetera that they could use and not having that cavalry. There really made the maneuver that long. She was recommending to swing around and try to threaten Washington difficult, if not impossible. The accusation against Long Street is that he gets the slows and does not launch his attack too late in the day, But this is I believe in illustration of a commander, a boss, a leader who does not get a buy in from his subordinates. How does it work, Jeff? Well, I think that's very true. How it works is about eight o'clock in the morning. The second day, Robert E. Lee will head down seminary Ridge. You'll encounter Pete Longstreet and he'll say Okay, Here's what I want you to do. I want you to take your core. I want you to maneuver down. On the southern end of the battlefield, and I want to want you to attack the life left lank of the Union Army and hopefully we'll roll them up. Well, he then goes off Lee and he says, I want you to get in moving as soon as possible. He then goes off and goes around the northern in the battlefield to confer directly with Richard. You and cracks give him a bit more direction than he had on the afternoon of day one. Leo return about noon tree loss, she says, Well, you know, I'm still waiting for some of my forces to arrive and I don't want to go into battle with one boot off actual quote, but he actually gets underway. As they begin moving down the red line. They realized they could be seen by union forces on cemetery Ridge. And so they were literally turn around March all the way back up to the start point march a little bit farther west and then come around. To get in a position for the attack. So the attack there was and Lee's mind supposed to occur at around noon that day, doesn't begin until about five o'clock in the afternoon. As you pointed out a few moments ago, John Throughout the day, more and more union forces are arriving. This is what we call the military parlance, meeting engagement as forces continue to arrive and as they arrived that fishhook It continues to extend farther and farther South pole only to the point where we have union forces now on little round top at the very, very southern end about Union alone, they concern now is on the union side, and now we move over to a decision that is in in many ways, insubordination. Man by the name of Vincent. Um, A strong Vincent is commanding a brigade. And he's given an order to read to pass to his commander to reinforce the left flank. Little little little round top in big round top. And he cannot find his commander. He's been ordered to march into long streets, combat and something called the Peach Orchard or the wheat field. However, he decides on his own that since he couldn't Secure the left flank of the of the battlefield for the union. He's going to do with himself. Jeff, This is an extraordinary moment. He has no permission from his commanders. He takes it entirely upon himself. And as you mentioned if he hadn't been killed in the combat, he might have been court martial. It's very possible. I mean, this is all created in part because of another union General Corps commander. They have Dan Sickles, who is the only non West Point Corps commander on either side. Extraordinary figure in his own right. He's a union general because he's a politician and Abraham Lincoln Had realized one way to keep the Democrats in the war was make some Democrats, generals and sickles was one who got the nod as a general officer circles. Third corps arrives on the southern end of the line..

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"18 63" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"18 63" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Is the name of the Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the river teams in London. Oh, for crying out loud. It's got two names. I got a mind like a stuck. I got a mind like a steel trap. Uh oh, For goodness sake. Uh, I think it has a Pepsi on it. I'm not sure got to we got you don't need to make it back. That's because the big forest well opened in Times Square this morning. It's got two names inside the Millennium Wheel or the London eye. That's what most people know. In the London eye. Who became president 100 years after George Washington, and thus he was called the Centennial president. He was 23rd president between 18 89 and 18 93. Holy cow. Yeah, Not easy. I know. Uh, yeah, let's uh let's go with Thomas Jefferson to like the back of interactivity. Jesus. That would be it Was Cardinal O'Connor. Cardinal O'Connor getting in there? That's right. Benjamin Harrison, number three part of a state that seceded from the United States in 18 61. It succeeded to form what state in 18 63. So it's a seated in 18 61 and then seceded to form. What state in 18 63. No taxes correct. Back of West Virginia. There are currently six living first ladies of the United States. Rosalynn Carter. Jill Biden. Michelle Obama. We have Jill Biden twice. Yes, only five. Uh, And what to other women. Give me one of the two. I'll make it easy. Wanted the two living first ladies. Uh, come on. Well, you got President Bush. President Bush's wife. Okay. Okay. Well, you know her name. The second one. Listen, just go with come on the obvious one. Come on, she went for president She lost, she lost to Trump. Oh, Hillary, There you go, Laura. It's our bushes. Bush. Laura Bush is 40 threes. Or, of course, yes. Yeah, And these. Finally, the little Rocky, The C S s Virginia was the first steam powered, ironclad warship built by the Confederate States Navy. And was constructed using the original lower hull and engines of what Union Navy scuffed steam frigate. Scuttled, scuttled steam frigate. I'm saying that was either the monitor or the Merrimack well with the second one. Never, man. Yeah. Alright,.

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"18 63" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"18 63" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"4%. If you asked a school age, and I mean somebody who's let's say, you know, junior high high school age Why? Why did we have our first? Why did America fight its first foreign war? I can almost guarantee that less than 1%. I'm talking about kids that you know, do all their homework and R squared away. Less than 1% of them would be able to tell you we fought our first foreign war because of the enslavement of Americans by North African Berber Muslim pirates. Very few people know that. Why did we go to the shores of Tripoli? And there's a whole conversation here about the hundreds of years of what was effectively the white slave trade by North African states, which I bring this off of people say that's not they went as far as Iceland and Ireland, grabbing slaves off the coast and then selling them into slavery for I mean, we can talk about all over the world. Slavery practices. So we're going to every single person bucks already cut you off. But every single person in their history has slavery in their history, every single one of them And yet we focus on the 80 years from 17 83 to 18 63 when slavery was was legal in the United States, as if it's the sum total of slavery around the world. What you got for us We're going to come back in a sec here and we want to hear from you about. Are you feeling like you should be more patriotic these days in response to the anti patriotism? I think we should use that term clay, anti patriotism. The left. Make sure you go to the website clan buck dot com for stories that were posting and please help us beat those Khamis at NPR with our podcast. The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton show dime slots on loan from Rush late Travis and Buck Sexton on the E I B Network news radio 600 Kogo. Like you. I've heard about relief factor. It's been on TV and radio for years. I never really thought about it until my dad who's 73 years old and avid golfer, and I know he struggles a lot with pain, like millions of Americans started taking it. Okay. He's dealing with aging exercise, and just the ordinary effects of daily living and relief factor is a game changer forum developed by doctors based on scientific research relief.

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"18 63" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"18 63" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Almost word for word, almost just straight out of the Declaration of Independence. That's where he's getting that. It was Lincoln's favorite founding document. He went back to it. Again and again. The Declaration of July 4th 17 76 on his way to To Washington before the sworn in when he was traveling from Springfield, Illinois, to Washington. The com president. He stopped off in Philadelphia and gave an address it, uh, Independence Hall, where he told the crowd, he said. I'm just filled with deep emotion standing here in this place, and he said, I've never had a feeling politically. That did not spring from the sentiments embodied in the Declaration of Independence. That was his. It was his touchdown. His moral, uh, touched and politically speaking. But that, um That speech, the Gettysburg Address in 18 63, where he goes immediately, he refers back to the generation of independence. The Gettysburg Address may well be the greatest speech ever given on on American soil. Um, but he, um Lincoln in that speech does tell you a lot about his his view of America. Because in that speech, Lincoln is trying to Tell a very, very war weary northern people. Why they've got to go on fighting this awful awful war and, uh, He Lincoln? No. Several things when he gives that speech on that day, Uh, he knows that the United States is still a very young country less than 100 years old at the time. And he knows that this great experiments In freedom and self rule and democracy. The founders launched Is still unproven and think tested in a very, very hard way with the Civil War, and Lincoln knows that the eyes of the world wrong this country waiting To see what's going to happen with this war, and Lincoln knows that. Throughout the vast majority of history. The vast majority of people who have ever lived on this earth had lived without Much freedom. Very little or no freedom. Uh, they had lived under the thumb of kings or emperors, or, you know, tyrants of some sort. Many have been in bondage themselves. Some historians estimate that as late as like that around 1800 Three quarters of the world's population was living in bondage of some kind. They were there slaves or indentured servants or serfs or forced labor. Of some kind. So the world had not known much freedom and the world has been waiting. You know, for centuries for a place like this conceived in liberty and dedicated to these propositions, remember the United States? Was the first nation in history founded on the idea that people should be free and should be free to govern themselves. Um and so the world is watching to see what's going to happen and Lincoln As much as many many people did at the time believed that if That war was lost if the government failed if the union fractured That great experiment and freedom. Democracy was going to be snuffed out that the content with might very likely go the way of your if you would end up With a continent covered by several smaller countries, maybe Republics in name only, but governed by kings or their equivalent. And this This experiment in self rule would be, uh, severely threatened, if not stuff snuffed out, and it would be a severe blow to the hopes of freedom. For people around the world. That's why, at the very end of that speech, the Gettysburg address, Lincoln says they have to keep fighting on the government of the people by the people for the people. Shall not perish from the earth. He doesn't say from this country. He says from the earth. As he knew exactly what was at stake. As he said at another stage, you know that, he said. America is the last best hope of Earth. I said, That's what he, uh, was fighting for, and that's what he fought for to his dying breath. And it all went back to 17 76 and and the founding. What I find what I found to be. I'm now going to speak personally What I found to be so. Well, interesting is almost It's not a deep enough word. What I found to be so important to me. Is that Yeah. I have, uh, I have often felt that when elected officials take an oath of office to, uh Protect and defend the constitution from all enemies, domestic and foreign. Whatever That phrase is I have always felt that, uh, the oath should be to the declaration of Independence. The Constitution was an architectural plan. It did not. It was not replete with principles as the declaration was. There is no person on Earth who could not Take allegiance wholeheartedly to the declaration. It is harder to take allegiance to the Constitution because it is not a statement of principle. It is a practical political writing designed. It's It's like the architectural plans for a house. There's nothing. There's nothing beautiful in the plans, uh, carrying it out. So is the beauty and there's no principles so I immediately understood. Uh Lincoln's feelings towards the declaration in comparison to the Constitution, it was It was a moving moment for me when I understood that I often have felt that if I were around During the ratification process, I would have been Opposed to the ratification strangely enough, but the concept But the declaration Well, I understood Lincoln. His view now. Lincoln. Um Is that There's a lot in the news these days through anything from the 16 19 project to, uh, the woke the so called woke point of view that we were founded as a slave nation. The whole motivation of founding the country was for slavery, and since Um, it has been expressed that Lincoln freed the slaves. That phrase is, of course, John. Simplistic. Lincoln didn't quite free the slaves. That was done by constitutional amendment. So help us understand? Um uh, the role in history of the Emancipation Proclamation. What was it? What did it accomplish? What were the circumstances and help us understand Wolf fully? Whether or not Lincoln did actually. Quote free the slaves. Put that in historical context for us if you would Sure, I kind of like to use the term he helped lead the effort. To free the slaves because they are. Of course, many, many people involved, including many slaves themselves, including a lot of abolition is like the great order. Frederick Douglass. Lot of people on Capitol Hill, uh, like Charles Sumner and others who were pushing for a long time..

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"18 63" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"18 63" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Not perish from the Earth Battle of Gettysburg. July 1st 2nd 3rd and 4th back in 18 63. When Lincoln finished his two minutes he sat down. He thought he was a failure. Here's Shelby Foote, these civil War historian, he felt that he had failed that it was a poor speech that people didn't like. It was so brief less than two minutes. He felt that he had failed. Lehman, his friend Ward Lehmans was sitting next to him on the stand. When he sat down. It was just a sprinkling with flour, and he said Lehmann speech won't scour. That's what you say about a plow in the prairies when the mud doesn't come off it. A Chicago newspaper. No fan of Abraham Lincoln said. This the cheek of every American must tingle with shame, as he reads the silly, flat dish watery utterances. The man who has to be pointed out to intelligent foreigners as the president of the United States. Chicago Times. It's interesting now that the declaration dependence and the Gettysburg address are considered to be two of the masterpieces the western canon Well, C SPAN has put out another presidential poll, as they normally do around the July 4th holiday rankings. Historians, not a poll of the American people, but a number of historians, including our next guest. They rank the American president. So first to last, and, uh, I believe Lincoln is still number one as he should be. I wonder if our Immediate former president has bumped James Buchanan, who for quite a while, has been ranked dead last. Trump may be very popular with the Megaworld, but he's distinctly unpopular with historians. We'll get an update next here on WLS. Mayor Lightfoot defends the city's response to violent crime News is next but first WLS Weather Channel forecast clear Skies Department Cloudy skies tonight below 59 Tomorrow semi a high of 91 Sunday Partly cloudy skies highs.

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"18 63" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"18 63" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Get 14 syllables once written out, But you realize that When you pronounce it, it's Fanshawe. Anyway. Dalzell was a Cooper in the 18 forties. That means he made barrels. He's a barrel maker. And he was said to have made a rear drive bicycle in 18 45 based off of MacMillan's design, though again this is undocumented. Now his son would go on to donate. One of Dolezal's bikes to the Glasgow Transport Museum. But that happened several years later in 18 63. A French design changed the way people got around on these two wheeled vehicles. Another entry into the philosophy category. This design had pedals mounted to the hub of the front wheel. So there's no chain drive or anything like that. The pedals were literally attached to the wheel hub peddling would drive the front wheel and provide the power needed to move forward. There's a bit of a challenge to operate, and on top of that most models were made of unyielding materials and had steel wheels or ironclad wheels. So if you were to ride one of those on, say, a couple Stone Street, you'd be in for pretty rough ride. As a result, those sort of vehicles gained a nickname Bone shakers. Some large cities began to build special indoor riding academies were well to do philosophy. Donors could come together and ride without worrying about shaking themselves to pieces. That was right around this time that the word bicycle began to enter the common lexicon, slowly replacing philosophy. And other names for two wheeled human powered vehicles. I've got a lot more to say about the evolution of bicycles, but first, let's take a quick break to thank our sponsor. Progressive motorcycle presents Road wisdom from the motor motorcycles,.

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"18 63" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"18 63" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Was specifically about Galveston, Texas. The union troops went to Galveston on June 19th 18 65 and realized that Texas had not released all their slaves. And informed the slaves that they were free. They were already free everywhere else. But in Galveston specifically, and maybe across all of Texas, they were still slow to to release their slaves. The Democrats in Texas that were holding slaves did not tell them they were free. The Emancipation Proclamation actually took effect on January 1st 18 63. That's the document. That's the proclamation that Abraham Lincoln made that freed the slaves of the seceded states or those states that were that were that were separating from the union. He said. That's it. They're free. As of January 1st 18 63. The assumption was that the slaves in the north already we're free. Although I'm sure there's an argument to be made. There were still some most were free men. June. 19th was not a specific holiday federally because it was about what happened in Galveston, Texas. I want to talk about freeing the slaves and saying This is the day we should commemorate it. It should be January 1st. That's the 1963 that the emancipate the Emancipation Proclamation went into effect. It was written sometime in 62, but in January on January 1st 18 63 is when it took effect. The idea that we somehow have Slave free day or something or free the slaves Day is just not true. It was the day you call it informed the slaves Dave, you want They're already free, but we weren't told they were And they had to be forcibly freed by the union soldiers. The Republican soldiers who came down and told the Democrat evil Democrats who were enslaving people that they couldn't enslave them anymore. So why would we take a day and celebrate that thing that happened on that day? When we already have a day that is Independence Day on July 4th if nothing else, the last slaves that were still being held by the evil Democrats in the South were freed on June 19th so they can now enjoy July 4th with the rest of us. So what We needed a specific day for that. He's a little bit nutty. There was also a financial reason why making Juneteenth a federal holiday didn't make sense. It's going to cost $600 million now to give people that day off $600 million of taxpayers money. So why does Congress care? Or why does Biden care? And then when Biden signs it as a national holiday, he says something about the stain on our history and the horrible this and we still to this day have to fix that. I don't know what you're talking about. Nobody is oppressed today. Nobody. We, by law have equal opportunity in this country. Yet for some reason, something that we litigated 150 years ago slavery keeps on being brought up by the party that enslaved everybody. The Democrats they keep on bringing it up. And if you're a member of Congress, and you dared not agree with Juneteenth, you're somehow evil and you like slavery, which is bogus. You're actually Commemorating the day Democrats were forced to no longer enslave free people. And I might add this As we see. People continue to bring up slavery and continue to live in the past and continue to try to separate us by race and change our culture. Let me remind you that their slavery today in much of Africa Today you're born into slavery in Africa. Nobody says a word because it's Africans enslaving Africans. You can't blame the white man I guess and their slavery in America today, the sex slave trade is real. It's happening across our border border. That's more porous now because of Harris and because of Biden yet for some reason, a bunch of this this old white guy In the White House. In the same party that were the racist. Historically a guy who I conduct Ament, his racism specifically, Joe Biden was talking about the stain and the this and that, as if somehow there are people still trying to bring back slavery in America, and it's just plain stupid. It's stupid. It's an American. It doesn't make sense. You want to commemorate June June 19th do so. And maybe you can talk to your state about doing it to make it. A federal holiday is actually re educating people and what it never was. There are Children who believe June 19th is the day that the slaves were freed. It's not I think that's the day the civil War ended its not That's just not true. You want to have a a full emancipation day. Find out the letter of the day the end of the war was signed. Maybe talk about that date, Juneteenth. This is something you people made up. It was only about Galveston and was it was only about Texas. It wasn't about freedom. It was about The people who are still enslaving the slaves who knew they were free. They should have been charged with crimes. It's not a national holiday. And then our reaction in this country is that we have to keep on getting up this this anti white hysteria, this white supremacy hysteria this depression hysteria that doesn't exist through critical race theory. The 16 19 project Juneteenth. We're just going to keep on doing it until what? We have violence in the streets every day everywhere. It's crazy to me. There are people listening right now who think I'm somehow our raise it? Because I dared come out and tell you the truth about June 19th that you probably didn't know. 88941 Paige's 889417247. Joe PAGs dot com are coming right back. Stay here. This is the joke. Exhale today..

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"18 63" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"18 63" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"It, You know, slavery, the original Sin America's original sin. You can learn from that and also recognize that there's a lot more to be done. The president used the the moment to talk about other things that are on his agenda. He talked about what he called the assault on voting rights. You've seen restrictive voting. Law that have affected the very community that this holiday is supposed to recognize that is happening all across the country. So the president talked about that in the need to pass the voting rights bills that are in Congress right now, But we also saw some sweet moments there. Yesterday you had activists. They're like 94 year old or police. She's a woman from forth Worth, Texas. She's been mourning this for a long time. She's been marching for this. In fact, it several years ago, she marched from Texas all the way to the nation's capital, calling for the federal holiday and now she's finally seeing it in her lifetime and 94 years old, So there was some tender moments. But there was also a moment where everyone in the room recognize the gravity and how important this holiday is through a lot of people and then to America as well. The president called it Something that will go down as one of the greatest honors of his presidency. Yeah, I think there's been a lot of education happening over the last year and a half in the country. People learning for the first time about the Tulsa race massacre people learning what Juneteenth is and and still to this day. We talk about June teeth, and I know for some folks they just found out about Juneteenth last year, But for even today, when we talk about Juneteenth, there's still confusion on what this day actually marks. It's not the David slavery and is the day the last slaves found out they were actually free. Right? And that was two years after the Emancipation Proclamation. So the A massive emancipation proclamation was signed in 18 63. It wasn't until 18 65 that you know, the last slaves in Galveston, Texas, finally learned that Oh, wait, we we've been freed. They didn't know 2.5. Years later, after the Emancipation Proclamation, they didn't know that they had been Before they were actually officially free. So this is a very important moment in American history and the president yesterday, signing that legislation, recognizing that it is part of our history and needs to be celebrated as a federal holiday. Just touching on again. The calls to action because with most holidays is a day for something a day for reflection for our troops today for, you know, learning about something, you know. So the call for action is maybe teaching our Children the history of of what Juneteenth is all about. Definitely, And that's what the president and the vice president kept talking about it yesterday that we need to be able to teach the history you know, to the to the kids of the country, even adults. A lot of adults don't know about this and so that it's really, really important. But again, 14 Republicans in the House voted against this partly because they said that you know this is just a ploy by Democrats to try to teach what you're calling critical race theory in this country, or they also objected to The fact that it's being called a national day of independence, and they said it would be confused with July 4th celebrations. But a lot of African Americans believe you know. In 17 76. When America got independence from the British. It wasn't you know, a freedom for everyone in this country. It wasn't until 18 65 that African Americans actually felt that freedom. So, uh, you know, the debate continues, but it is officially a federal holiday. All right. A B CS Faith Booby. It's been great talking with you this week. Likewise have a great weekend. You too, Thank you. And you heard faith talking about Juneteenth and President Biden, saying it's important to acknowledge a Juneteenth as a reminder of how far the country has come and how far we still have to go. Juneteenth represents not only the commemoration of the end of slavery in America more than 150 years ago, but the ongoing work to have to bring true equity. And racism, justice and to American society. Right and signed the bill for the Juneteenth National Independence Day at the White House yesterday. It will be observed today and the actual holiday is tomorrow. Now, when we come back, we're going to take a look at some of your more top stories that we have out of the K F I newsroom also going to be talking with ABC s Aaron Carter ski about The Supreme Court's decision to uphold all aspects of the affordable care act, also known as Obamacare. That was a big story that happened yesterday. So check in with and greater skipper right now, let's see. We have traffic..

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"18 63" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"18 63" Discussed on AP News

"Biden for his signature Juneteenth commemorates when the last enslaved African Americans learned they were free Confederate soldiers surrendered in April 18 65, But word didn't reach a last enslaved black people until June, 19th. When union soldiers arrived in Galveston, Texas, President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. September 18 62. It went into effect in January. 1st 18 63. President Biden. Russia's Vladimir Putin both say their summit was positive and straightforward. AP Sagar Madani has more. The president says his goal was to deliver. His message is face to face that he wants to cooperate with Moscow, where possible and will respond to Russian aggression were needed. I did what I came to do, the two men agreed to send their ambassadors back to their posts and on a plan to replace a nuclear treaty. In other areas, though they remain far apart Ukraine human rights and cybersecurity through an interpreter, Putin denied involvement in cyber attacks on the US Whether the state organs Russia had to do with that we are encountering the same threats. The president says. U. S intelligence points to Russia and warned Putin of consequences if attacks continue The last thing he wants now As the Cold War the economy is rebounding faster than expected from the coronavirus pandemic. The Federal Reserve is now considering ending its lower interest rates. Here's the apes Ben Thomas. The Fed has kept its benchmark interest rate near zero since March of last year, while also buying $120 billion a month in treasury and mortgage bonds to try to hold down longer term rates and encouraged borrowing and spending. That's helped fuel the economic rebound. But it's also coincided with rising inflation over the past couple months. This is a P news The Justice Department drops a trump era lawsuit. The Trump Administration sued last year to block the release of John Bolton's book, the Room where it happened, and to recover copies that had already been distributed, saying it contained classified information. The book painted a Behind the scenes unflattering account to former President Trump's foreign policy dealings with China and Ukraine, alleging he made requests for political assistance from leaders of both countries. The Biden administrations filed a document Federal court, dismissing the lawsuit against Bolton, whose lawyers say a grand jury investigation into the book's publication also has been dropped. Jackie Quinn Washington The NFL with the backing of the Players association, is loosening coronavirus restrictions for fully vaccinated players. Unvaccinated players must continue to get daily testing where masks practice physical distancing and won't be allowed to eat meals with their teammates. I'm Tim Maguire, AP News I might grow CIA report Vaccination efforts have turned into a slog as an infectious covid 19 variant spreads Federal health authorities are warning of the rise of the delta variant of Covid 19, in particular in pockets of the United States with low vaccination rates. During a call for governors on Monday, CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky said the delta variant has increased from 2.7% of all cases in the US and may to 9.7% this month. According to details provided by the Washington governor's Office. The Missouri Health Departments Covid 19 Dashboard showed 206 people hospitalized with the virus in southwestern Missouri Wednesday. That's nearly double the 111 hospitalizations in that region At the start of May. In Texas, the rolling Average of newly confirmed infections has roughly doubled since May 31st two nearly 2000 this week I Mike Rossio, the U. S government has ended to trump era policies that made it harder for immigrants. To qualify for asylum. There's a new policy for judges announced by Attorney General Merrick Garland, saying they should drop previous rules that made it tougher for immigrants facing domestic or gang violence to be granted asylum in the United States and immigration attorney in Washington, D. C said that he recently represented a family from El Salvador. The husband was killed and gang members started coming after his Children. But still, the immigration judge denied that claim. Under the Trump rules, the lawyer says. Even with the changes, it will still be hard to win asylum cases. A key architect of some of Trump's immigration policies. Jean Hamilton says he thinks the Biden announcement will lead to more asylum claims being based on crime, and he says that's not a reason for the humanitarian protection. Jackie Quinn, Washington Biden and Putin meet. I'm Tim Maguire with an A P news minute. President. Biden says his meeting in Geneva with Russian President Vladimir Putin was shorter than expected, but they were able to get a lot of work done. Kind of. After two hours there. We looked at each other, like Okay? But next, Biden says he's not going to walk away from the plight of two Americans in prison in Russia president saying he raised the issue during the meeting. Georgia Election Monitor spent most of a week from before the November 3rd election through the ballot counting process. Watching election workers and officials in Fulton County home to Atlanta, the largest county in the state, Carter Jones tells the AP No one ever afforded me from going into any back rooms or anything I did not see as has been accused anybody printing ballots suffered. Of the pristine bubbles to perfect whatever that means. It's all you know. The fiction can be found. Jones says The election was badly managed and sloppy, but there was no fraud. I'm Tim Maguire. AP.

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"18 63" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"18 63" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"San Antonio's first news with Charlie Parker Charity. McCurdy has the rest of the week off Margo Moreno in the 24 hour news center alongside Mr T Producer extraordinaire on this Bunker Hill Day. Remember in eighth grade history teacher telling me at one time you can never know too much history. And over the years I have come to believe him, 100%. I just wish I had been paying attention and had listened to him then because I put history off for a long, long time. Today's Bunker Hill Day. We marked the 239th anniversary of the battle of Bunker Hill, which did not take place on Bunker Hill. That is where the Americans were eventually driven. To buy the Brits. The battle was part of the siege of Boston during the American Revolutionary War. On June 16th 17 75 Colonel William Prescott about 1200 soldiers began to build a fort on Breed's hill. Just south of Bunker Hill on the Charlestown Peninsula. Despite the name of the battle has mentioned it was actually fought entirely on breed's hill early the next morning this day, June 17th British Navy ship Spotting the fort attack, the Americans conquered the peninsula but suffered twice the number of casualties as the Americans did. It's unclear when this day was first observed. As a holiday in the United States, But records show that it dates back to as far as 18 63. And now on the Sunday before or on June 17th every year..

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"18 63" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"18 63" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Alexey Navalny made it clear to President Putin. Will continue to raise Issues of fundamental human rights. Putin claimed in a separate news conference and of only willingly violated the law. The two did agreed to begin talks on cyber security and arms control. They also agreed to send their ambassadors back to their respective capitals. By a vote of 415 to 14. The house has agreed to make Juneteenth of federal holiday. Juneteenth commemorates the day when the last enslaved African Americans learned that they were free, which happened 2.5 years after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed in 18 63. June, 19th would become the 12th federal holiday and be known as Juneteenth National Independence Day. Tanya J. Powers. Fox News measure was already passed in the Senate and extends to President Biden for his signature. A man who authorities say deliberately drove into a crowd of protesters in Minneapolis is facing more charges. Hennepin County Attorney Michael Freeman says Nicholas crowds Being charged with murder. He was at least partially drunk. He drove up to the barricades on Lake Street. He decided that he was going to go over them. And accelerated rather than break that led to the death of one the depth of the demonstrated. Freeman said There is no evidence of a hate crime, but said second degree intentional murder is a more substantial charge, and he felt he needed to make a statement. America is listening to Fox News. 93 wi PC Mobile News on the level on the go, Will he be tried as adults? I'm Ron Connie. Here's what's trending this hour.

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"18 63" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"18 63" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Were misrepresentations about what I wanted to communicate. I did what I came to do, and the President press Putin about the jailing of opposition leader Alexei Navalny made it clear to President Putin and will continue to raise Issues of fundamental human rights. Putin claimed in a separate news conference and of only willingly violated the law. The two did agree to begin talks on cyber security and arms control. They also agreed to send their ambassadors back to their respective capitals. By a vote of 415 to 14. The house has agreed to make Juneteenth of federal holiday. Juneteenth commemorates the day when the last enslaved African Americans learned that they were free, which happened 2.5 years after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed in 18 63. June, 19th would become the 12th federal holiday and be known as Juneteenth National Independence Day. Tanya J. Powers measure was already passed in the Senate and extends to President Biden for his signature. A man who authorities say deliberately drove into a crowd of protesters in Minneapolis is facing more charges. Hennepin County Attorney Michael Freeman says Nicholas crowds Being charged with murder. He was at least partially drunk. He drove up to the barricades on Lake Street. He decided that he was going to go over them. And accelerated rather than break that led to the death of one of the demonstrators. Freeman said there is no evidence of a hate crime, but said second degree intentional murder is a more substantial charge, and he felt he needed to make a statement. America is.

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"18 63" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"18 63" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Two photo op with very little small talk before their big meeting foxes Lauren Blanchard is in Geneva. President Biden has called President Putin a worthy adversary. The two men are expected to come cover a number of topics. Particularly cybersecurity, election interference and human rights abuses. Lawmakers back home Bipartisanly want President Biden to push back on recent ransomware and cyber attacks allegedly by Russian based groups, Republican Congressman Michael McCaul tells the Fox News rundown podcast. The president must threatened retaliation. That's all that Putin understands. He's a KGB officer. Until they see their consequences. Bad behavior is going to continue before the president left the country. He walked away from talks with Republicans on infrastructure, but other Democrats did work out a compromise with some GOP lawmakers. Senate Majority Leader, though, isn't impressed, so it won't be enough on climate. It won't be enough on revenues. It won't be enough on some of the human infrastructure like paid leave and childcare production. We could move forward on a Democratic plan through a process bypassing Republican opposition. There is one issue both sides agree on Fox's time to J Powers has details live. The Senate has unanimously passed a bill that would make Juneteenth of federal holiday and now it heads to the house, where it's also expected to pass before going to press. And Biden's desk for his signature. Juneteenth commemorates the day when the last enslaved African Americans learned that they were free, which happened 2.5 years after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed in 18 63. June, 19th would become the 12th federal holiday and be known as Juneteenth National Independence Day. They've covid cases and deaths have slowed lately, but the total number of people in the US who died Just top 600,000..

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"18 63" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"18 63" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"European Union leaders, their British counterparts and European businesses hopeful that final ratification of the post Brexit trade deal will open a new positive era of cooperation. Despite the many divisive topics remaining between the former partners. European lawmakers have by a wide margin ratified the agreement, insuring that free trade will continue between the two sides without tariffs. And quotas. An American warship fired warning shots when vessels of Iran's paramilitary Revolutionary Guard came too close to a patrol in the Persian Gulf. The Navy is released black and white footage of the encounter that took place Monday night in international waters of the northern reaches of the Persian Gulf. Innit lights can be seen in the distance. What appears to be a single gunshot can be heard with a trace around racing across the top of the water. Iran is not acknowledged that incident. News and analysis at town hall dot com. There should be another holiday on the calendar in Hawaii, Hawaii, House and Senate have passed legislation designating June 19th as a day to commemorate the end of slavery in the United States. If Hawaii Governor David E. Gay signs the bill Hawaii would become the 49th state to recognize Juneteenth that would leave South Dakota as the only state that doesn't recognize the day is either a state holiday or a day of observance. Although the Emancipation Proclamation freed slaves in the south in 18 63. It wasn't enforced in many places until after the end of the Civil war. Two years later. It was on June 19th that the last enslaved black people learned of the Confederacy surrender When union soldiers reached the Galveston, Texas, I might grow CIA marking his 1st 100 days in office. President Biden will use his first joint address to Congress tonight to pitch another 1.8. Trillion dollars in federal spending more on these stories, the town hall dot com Masks for family check. Garden cleanup Check Scheduled back pain visit done. We've all adapted to a new way of.

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Will Smith, Antoine Fuqua Won’t Shoot ‘Emancipation’ in Georgia

Morning Becomes Eclectic

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Will Smith, Antoine Fuqua Won’t Shoot ‘Emancipation’ in Georgia

"The film Emancipation, starring Will Smith will move production out of Georgia in response to that state's recently enacted voting restrictions. NPR's Bob Mondello has details. After weeks of talks between filmmakers and Georgia officials director Antoine Fuqua and actor Will Smith issued a statement. We cannot in good conscience, it reads provide economic support to a government that enacts regressive voting laws that are designed to restrict voter access. The film Emancipation bought by Apple after a bidding war is based on the story of an escaped slave who was whipped so severely When a photo of his scars was published in 18 63. It shocked the world public figures in Georgia, including Stacey Abrams had argued against moving Hollywood productions from the state. But the optics for this film struck the filmmakers as untenable.

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"18 63" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:48 min | 2 years ago

"18 63" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"New Year's day in 18 63. Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. When you put pen to paper, the president said. I quote If my name ever goes down into history, it will be for this act. My whole soul is in it. My whole soul was in it. Today. Miss January day. My whole soul is in this Bringing America together uniting our people united in our nation, and I ask every American had joined me in this cause. Now he went on from that to talk about, Uh, Dr King speaking on the very same all beyond the diocese, which, of course, was not populated with people today. But instead with American flags, he immediately then recognized Kamila Harris as the first Woman and first African American First Asian American to be elected to the vice presidency. I'm going to mention she was sworn in by Sonia Sotomayor, Our native New Yorker on the U. S Supreme Court on first Latina on the U. S Supreme Court. And then finally is you've talked about Alison with Brian. He specifically addressed white supremacy. And I could not either find which President first used that phrase, But it has never been used in an inaugural address on previous presidents have just ignored it s O. You know, Previous presidents have dog whistled to it, including his immediate predecessor. But in this address, Biden was the first to look the issue squarely in the eye. And Brian and Alison and listeners again. That is what I believe we have to do as a country. If we're going to acknowledge the true history of this nation, make reparations and move forward, Jamie, stay with us and take some calls with us for the rest of the hour. Yeah. Sure. J in Somerset County. You're on w N Y C. Hi, j. Hi. How are you? I'm calling you. I want to say I think the third inauguration. No, Ralph, So this is a tradition for me. But as I respect, I want to respect with all of you. Um you know, I feel exhausted basically coming out, not four years. I go back five years because of the whole campaign that Trump went through. Andre. I think a lot of my friends also feel exhausted from all of this right and just to reflect. How will we look at these four years? Five years and Contact of history, right? Because was it. Social media? Was it that the eight years and this is my opinion? Eight years of Obama being in the office? You know, an African American in the office. Was that so bad and hurtful to these White supremacists that all of this came out and the trump tap into that, But did he know about this? Did he do his homework prior to running And when you look back at history, I wonder how People. My kids watched it this morning with me how they will look at it. And my daughter who's in ninth grade, said This'll is really interesting that I see color up there. And contrast that with what Compaq? Where was all majority white male, um and just white this administration is bringing in Lots of different ethnicity. This is what America is right. So did we take a break for four years is a streak going to say America kind of took a break and said, Let's respect Let's see where we are who we are. And where do we go from here? Would this guy go away quietly? Will he like I just read that he wants to create a Patriot party or something like that? Well, he's still tap into that racism. Will he still Go back to the well and look for these people to support this third party, if you will, right. Where will we go from here? Because I feel like you know, somebody wrote that car horn was blaring for four years. Nobody wanted to turn it off. It was annoying to us. Then we get used to that. And where do we go from here And you know, I really like what Joe Biden said Wright and his inauguration that you just played. Dad, is this our soul that we're searching for? I don't know. So I just wanted to say that and good to be with you guys all the questions. Thank you. Let's go right to our next caller. Doug. Yeah. Oyster Bay, N W N Y. C had duck. Do we have dug in Oyster Bay? There you're on. Oh, Oh, hi. Um I love the show, Brian. Thank you Have me on, um One thing I just wanted to make a point of when I called in today was I'm hoping that With the help of his beautiful bride, Joe will bring education back to the forefront. Of our nation's psyche. Um, hopefully makes him changes that will Create a foundation for young people in the future that you know we learned from history. Remember history and commit ourselves to not repeat it. Live after January. 6th one of my first thought, Woz. In Spain right now they had a fascist government and their choice after overthrowing the government was to bury it and forget it and say We don't own this. We don't want to teach this. This wasn't us and unfortunately There's a modern fascist party that is really resonating with young Spaniard these days because they don't They didn't learn. The horrific downsides of fascism, and I was hoping that Jill Biden will be sort of a figure head the lead a Revitalization of our education system that we don't fall to the same fate because that would be horrifying in my jail by then. Yeah. Do you know Jamie if if she's planning to play a role in education policy, she is an educator, right? Yes, she is I there was the whole ridiculous debate about whether we should call her Dr Biden. I, Because that is where were her doctor comes from a PhD in education. I, um, do not know what her plans are. She has been very clear that she plans to continue. Her work and life as a professional woman on not to allow herself to be completely subsumed by her role as first lady, and she was not as second lady. Derailed from her professional life, But that doesn't mean she can't have a policy agenda on I completely agree with the collar. You know our founder John Adams, and I mentioned Abigail Adams before I'll mention her again. His wife, They were among the nation's first great champions of organized education, and, in fact, John Adams wrote an essay. That advocated for the inclusion of, uh, amendment that would require education as a right for every citizen, and obviously that never passed. Massachusetts has it, but it's not a part of our Republican form of government, but I certainly think we need to get back to that. It's part of What is failing us currently in our in our systemic structure, and I think when Joe Biden was campaigning, he would often say to there's going to be an educator in the White House. There's going to be someone who actually understands education, so I wouldn't be surprised if Dr Joe Biden was involved with all of that..

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"18 63" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"18 63" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"In October of 18 63 2 ships departed Liverpool on their way to America, one of them, the Africa encountered horrible weather and reportedly sank as a result. The second ship called the city of Limerick wasn't doing much better either. They have been moving through rough seas and dark storms for nearly a week, and there didn't seem to be an end in sight. On board was a man named Mr Wilman, who was returning to the United States where his wife awaited him at home in Connecticut. Wilmot was sharing a state room with a friend, a man named Mr Tate. Two men slept on bunks in the room will not on the bottom and take up above. But for at least a few days, Wilmot had barely moved from his bed due to sea sickness from the choppy waves. One stormy night, though, will not was sleeping in his bunk when he had the most vivid dream. In it. He could see the door to the tiny state room slowly open and they're dressed in a white nightgown was his wife. It was a logical vision. He missed her terribly. And the growing anticipation of being reunited with her hadn't helped. Even if it was just a dream. It was good to see her again. When she stepped into the room will not noticed and nervous look on her face. She cast a worried glance in his direction but higher up as if she were looking at the bank or Tate slept. Then carefully she crept over to Wilmot's bed, stoop down low. And kissed him. A moment later, she stood back up slipped out of the room. The dream was over. The next morning, will not awoke to find Tate standing beside his bed, staring down at him with a frown. You're a pretty fellow, Tate said sarcastically to have a lady Come and visit you here. Wilmot was confused and asked his friend to explain himself. Hate went on to describe in incredible detail the visit of a woman in a white dressing gown who had approached the bunk and kissed woman. Naturally will not was stunned. It was exactly as he had dreamt it. That wasn't possible. Could two men have the same dream, let alone doing so inside the same room? This would be an amazing tale if it ended right there. There's actually more About a week after the shared dream, the steam ship docked in New York and will not caught a train north to Connecticut. His entire family had gathered to welcome him home. And it was probably a very happy occasion. But the moment he and his wife had a second alone, she surprised him with a very unusual question. Did you receive a visit from me? A week ago, she asked. Stunned, will not knotted, but also noted that it would have been impossible. How could she have boarded his ship and found him in his quarters? The answer was chilling. Apparently after hearing the news of the sinking of the Africa she had spent days suffering from deep anxiety, worried for the safety of her husband. One night about a week before his return, she found herself still awake into the night and was so overcome with fear that she imagined visiting her husband as he traveled. She described entering the room and how she could see Tate awake in his own bed, watching her as she looked around. She described the kiss the gentle caresses and then her silence exit. Then, as if to prove it had all really happened. She described every detail of the room right down to the structure of the bunks. The two men slept on. If the story of Mr and Mrs Wilmot is any indication, Love is a powerful, mysterious force that binds us to each other. Sometimes we love someone so deeply that we can't shake the feeling that they're right there with us. Even when they're far away. Perhaps. There's a good reason why.

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"18 63" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"18 63" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"June of 18 63 more stories that town hall dot com. Since the moment you were born, I've made 1000 wishes wishes for your future In a world that's changing fast for all of the things you may 1 Day view, do play and laugh. So do you win. And lose. Do you learn from your mistakes? Did so and challenge yourself to grow. Do not be afraid or make decisions based on fear. Do it all with confidence and with kindness and strengthen. Do call your mom. And ask her for advice on always do your best to remember that no matter what he is doing this way. Thank you. For what matters to me is that you should be doing and love you always Mom. Inspire kids to do at four h dot Warg. Do you want to send your child to a Christian school but are overwhelmed by the cost, then am 9 70. The answer's discount tuition program may be right for you. The discount Tuition program is away for parents to send their Children to a quality Christian school at half the cost of the annual tuition. We've partnered up with some of the leading schools in the New York New Jersey, metro area to help parents to reduce the costs and still have their Children receive a quality, faith based education. Here are just a few of the participating schools. Eastern Christian Elementary, Flushing Christian School Gateway Academy. You can see the full list of participating schools at a M 9 70. The answer dot com AM 9 70. The answer is also offering each school the opportunity to promote their school with a full radio advertising campaign. For more information on how you can send your Children to a Christian school at half the cost of the annual tuition or how you could get your school enrolled in the program. Go to am 9 70 the answer dot com or call to 128579630. That's 212857. 9630 AM is pre recorded. It's Hugh Hewitt. But am 9 70 the answer. Morning Glory America to you. And I hope you're getting ready for a wonderful conclusion to the year that you are climbing yourself for a.