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"aaron burr" Discussed on Onward and Other Directions
"That was Aaron Burr Meister. Call him trail. To pass. And. There's a lot of planes landing right now. We're on the river. I'm sure you can hear the plane noise. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. People saying good luck and see you next week. Also, there's a plane landing about, I don't know, 20 feet away from me. The dogs don't seem to care. It's really weird to see so many people when you're mushing, and I'm guessing, I'm guessing that there's a person walking down the river and the dogs wanted to go over to her. My dog thought you were calling them. My dark side you were calling them. Yeah. It's so weird. Yeah, unfortunately, I don't know how COVID friendly. These gatherings are mostly seems like it's kind of like individual families and they're far apart from each other, but I definitely think this is one fear that holding the I get a rod kind of incurred. Anyway, I feel kind of silly. And that I didn't hear Erin calling trail. He gave me some really good advice about nutrition. But anyway, when you call trail, the other person is supposed to be supposed to stop and pull over. Which I did as soon as I realized what was going on. I thought it was somebody else yelling because we were kind of in so much commotion there. It's a really hot day. It's finally starting to cool off a little bit, but when we left it was in the high 20s and the sun was just beating down and these guys have not really been running in that kind of a temperature. We did do a run the last one we did ended up in the 20s, but I mean, that's just not been our norm. So I feel like they're moving just a little bit slower. I also made the mistake of. The head kind of a bigger meal before we took off, which I didn't intend for them to have. And they probably should have just had like a broth. So we did our first snack stop and they were like, oh good. Thank you. Oh, all right. I told it's all about fun. Thank you. Thank you. There's a lot of kids. And when I tell them thank you about half of them say, you're welcome. Yeah, you should thank me. That's pretty funny. Anyway, these guys are moving slow, but it's hard because notoriously, this first leg, you really want to go fast. So maybe it's kind of a blessing in disguise that it's a little hotter and these guys don't really want to move as fast because ideally we're going between 8 and 9 miles on this first leg. Average. And that's exactly where we are. In fact, we're actually on the high side of that a little bit. When I check on my GPS to see our speed, we keep being kind of above 9, which is a little faster than I want to go. So I have to keep slowing them down. Everybody else..
"aaron burr" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And you know, I love Francis Tavern. I've been there many times. It's very, very historical. George Washington farewell to the troops the week that Aaron Burr And Alexander Hamilton had there do they had a reunion of Revolutionary War troops, and Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton met they? They went to it at Francis Tavern, and that way, then that week and they had the big big duel at it. We hawking, so it'll be terrible if this place closes now, just to Cuomo I mentioned earlier the again the 1.4% of Infections come from restaurants and that 74% come from individual households, which makes no sense whatsoever to close it. And in the same press conference, he acknowledges that that his that the science doesn't back up his decisions. He actually in the same press conference, take a listen Where are the new cases coming from right? You want to know what's generating the new cases? So you know where you can stop them. The troubling information in this is 74% of the new cases are coming from household gathering something ruling spread in many ways. You can understand what happened. You closed bar's closed restaurant. Talk faster is you close stadiums? You closed mass gatherings. Where do people go? They go home. Come to my house. We'll go over to Robert Tallis Friends family compound that by the holiday season Which is a natural come to my house. How much my family, my friends and you know we'll be safe. That is what is driving these in other words, they don't meet. They can't.
It's the Little Things
"For want of a nail, the shoe was lost for want of a shoe. The horse was lost for want of a horse. The rider was lost for want of a writer the message was lost for want of the message the battle was lost for want of a battle, the kingdom was lost. Small things can have reverberating effects on history both good and bad. In fourteen fifty three, the great walled city of Constantinople fell it had withstood sieges for eleven hundred years. It had held off fire from the then state of the art cannons for weeks. The Byzantine said even Ford soldiers trying to tunnel under the wall autumn Turks were finally able to overrun the great city because someone left the door open. One of the many gates in the fourteen miles of wall had been left open during the night and the Ottomans flooded in. Killing Constantine the eleventh in the battle and bringing an end to the eastern Roman Empire. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. It was a freezing Christmas night in Trenton. New Jersey during the revolutionary war. The English Colonel Johann Gottlieb Rall. Commander. Of a mercenary infantry regiment of fourteen hundred has seen soldiers from Germany sat down to a good supper and an evening of entertainment. He and his men were celebrating their recent victories over George Washington's volunteer army, and of course, the Christmas holiday. Safe from the bitter cold and the pelting sleet inside a wealthy merchants home that they had commandeered. They relaxed safe in the assumption that no one in their right mind would possibly try to cross the Delaware River at night in a blinding winter storm. Someone challenged role to a game of chess, and before long he was deep in tactics and strategy. There was a knock at the door. And exhausted young. Messenger boy came in bearing a note from loyalist farmer. It's important to remember that about a third of colonists still consider themselves to be British and didn't want the revolution. Raw paid the boy little notice took the note and put it in his coat pocket without opening it. That pocketed piece of paper would cost him and the war effort nearly. Two hours earlier and ten miles away. Washington's men had begun being ferried across the icy Delaware. River. It took over ten hours to get all twenty four hundred men over to the New Jersey side. The conditions were so adverse five men froze to death. Then began the arduous march to Trenton in the dark. The plan had been to attack the town from all sides before dawn, but the troops didn't arrive until eight am. During the attack which lasted only an hour forty of the German. Henson's were killed and the remaining thousand surrendered. Colonel was mortally wounded. When his body was found the unopened note warning of Washington's crossing was still in his pocket. If role had read it, he would surely have had his gross of professional soldiers prepared. He allowed his pride and the weather to lull him into thinking his enemy was not a threat. Had he won the battle he may well have killed George Washington James Madison James Monroe John Marshall Aaron Burr and Andrew. Hamilton The. Second, most common premise in alternate history circles behind what if Germany won World War Two is what if the south one the American civil war? Two pieces of paper dropped in a farmer's field almost brought that about. Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Whose statue in the middle of my hometown of Richmond, Virginia has recently been given the historical context. It's so sorely needed. In the form of tons of. Graffiti. Issued Special Order one ninety one during the Maryland campaign before the Battle of Antietam. In the order lead divided his army, delineating the routes and roads to be taken and the timing for the units to reconvene. Adjutant Robert H Chilton penned copies of the letter endorsed them in Lee's name. Staff. Officers distributed the copies to various confederate generals. General Thomas Stonewall Jackson in turn copied the document for one of his subordinates, major general, D H Hill who was to exercise independent command as the rearguard. A Union soldier Corporal Barton W Mitchell of the twenty seven. Th Indiana volunteers found two pieces of paper bundled with three cigars as he marched across a farm in Maryland an area recently vacated by Hill and his men after they had camped there. The order provided the Union army with valuable information, concerning the army of Northern Virginia's movements and campaign plans. Upon receiving lease lost order. Major General George McClellan leading the Union army of the Potomac proclaimed. Here is a piece of paper with which if I cannot whip Bob Ely, I will be willing to go home. He immediately moved his army in hopes of foiling lease battle plans. When Lee heard a copy of special order one, ninety, one was missing he. He knew his scattered army was vulnerable and rushed to reunite his units Antietam Creek near Sharp's Berg. Lee's troops arrived tired hungry and many were sick. The Battle of Antietam, would go down as the bloodiest battle of the American civil war with casualties recorded as twenty, three, thousand dead wounded, which was usually as good as dead or unaccounted for over the course of the half day battle. That's nearly two thousand soldiers in our one every two seconds. When night fell both sides ceased fire together, their dead and wounded. The next day Lee began the painstaking job of moving his ravage troops back Virginia. Here, some scholars argue another solitary decision had far reaching consequences. Despite having the advantage. McClellan. Allowed Lee to retreat without resistance. From his point of view, he'd accomplished his mission by forcing Lee's troops from Maryland and preventing confederate win on union soil. President, Lincoln however thought McClellan missed a great opportunity to potentially end the war three years earlier than it ultimately would.
"aaron burr" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Lead Alexander Hamilton. My name is Alexander Hamilton. And there's a 1,000,000 things I haven't done. But just wait. Just wait. Of course, Every Hamilton has to have an Aaron Burr. That would be great. 17. 76 New York City part of meat. Are you Aaron Burr, Sir? That depends. Who's asking? Oh, shirt, sir. I'm Alexander Hamilton. I'm at your service. Sir. I have been looking for you getting nervous, sir. I heard your name at Princeton. I was seeking an accelerated course of study when I got sort out of sorts with a buddy of yours. I mean, you punched him. It's a blur, sir. He handles the financials. You punched the bursar? Yes. I want to do what you did graduate in two. Then join the revolution. He looked at me like I was stupid and that stupid So why don't you do it? How did you graduate so fast? It was my parent's dying wish before they passed urine. Of course I'm a north of which there was a war that we could prove that we're worth more than anyone bargained for. Can I buy you a drink? That would be nice while we're talking. Let me offer you some free advice. Took less. What Smile more really Beware moms and dads, though, if you want to play this for your kids, it's on YouTube. So keep an.
"aaron burr" Discussed on The Deconstruction Workers
"Mean and this is the crux of the argument of the play in many ways for me is Aaron Burr the whole first act of the show is the one who is reserved and cautious doesn't want to do anything and. Is Willing to waive a stir up doesn't to show the pot and Alexander Hamilton shoving his life through everyone's. Just? steamrollering everything in his way, completely impetuous, and then in the final moments of the play. It's Aaron Burr who acts all impetuously, and it's Hamilton is like. Maybe we should stop and talk about. It was too late. He's already been shot which I think is. Right. It's such an interesting reversal. Hamilton pushes bird to the point where burr has to be Hamilton and then realizes he's not as good at being Hamilton. Hamilton is yes, yes very much, so ends up in this really tragic mistake. It's very nightmare before Christmas very nightmare before Christmas. You know. Very Jacks Kellington I don't know if I got this from you, but the nightmare before Christmas the ultimate cultural appropriation. I've talked about that in class before I. Should you know in in full disclosure Marley? Marl has been my student several times in the past and we've talked about this often about how if you really want to understand what cultural misappropriation is, watch the nightmare before. Christmas! That's what Jack Skeletons doing. He's completely culturally misappropriating, and it ends in tragedy as it literally always does actual flames and a graveyard symbolism is not exactly subtle. Aaron Burr is to Alexander Hamilton as Jack's Kellington is to Santa Claus exactly. Where it's I'm finally going to start acting like you and get the stuff that I want and it ends up with Amilton. Dying doesn't get to be the president. Yeah, he doesn't even really get to be vice president because Jefferson shut them out then he killing Alexander Hamilton, which really wrecks the rest of his life. You know there's this interesting historical CODA in that Aaron. BURR ends up marrying a woman named Elisa and then. She gets divorced from him and she hires Alexander Hamilton Junior to represent her in court, and so Alexander Hamilton junior gets to take all of Aaron burr stuff, give it to Elisa and then Aaron Bird dies at the end of the trial. Just histories amazing yeah..
Hamilton's Choreographer Explains The Secret Messages In Its Dance Moves
"Many people nationwide have been waiting for Hamilton to hit Disney plus with the hit Broadway musical, fittingly arriving right before Independence Day, and when the country could really use an uplifting and patriotic story about resilience. Lin Manuel Miranda has obviously been celebrated and deservedly so for his wide ranging contributions to the musical. There's a lot of other creative minds at upbringing choreographer. Andy Plankton Beulah. WanNa Tony for his work on it so when you're watching Hamilton. Pay Close attention to the movements of both Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr. Every gesture is designed to highlight the personalities or foreshadow the story Hamilton was a free thinker while Burr was rigid. That's why Andy explains to playbill quote. Every movement Aaron makes is linear while everything with Hamilton is circular. If either characters falling into his cycle of fate, they turn to the left, and if they're resisting fate, they turn to the right fascinating
"aaron burr" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Air. I'm Terry Gross. My guest, Lin Manuel Miranda created the hip hop musical Hamilton, the Broadway phenomenon about the founding fathers. He wrote the book, music and lyrics and start as Alexander Hamilton in the original production. If you haven't been able to see it on stage or were hoping to see it again, starting this Friday, July 3rd, you can see a filmed version of the original Broadway production shot in June 2016. Will be streaming on Disney. Plus, the film was supposed to be released in theaters in October 2021 but it was pushed up because of their pandemic. After all, who knows when theaters willfully reopen? And we all need good things to watch. Now, Hamilton set records for ticket sales. It just passed a $1,000,000,000 in global revenue. It went 11 Tony's a Pulitzer Prize for drama and the cast recording when a Grammy Miranda's first musical in the heights has been adapted into a film. But because of the pandemic, its release has been postponed. Miranda is in the process of directing his first film, an adaptation of Tick Tick Boom, the first musical by Jonathan Larson, who became posthumously famous for his musical rent. Production was halted on that because of the pandemic. A documentary about the improv music group that Miranda, co founded in 2005. Freestyle Love Supreme will start streaming on Hu Lu July 17th. Let's start with a song from the original cast recording of Hamilton. The song is the room where it happens, and it appears to have inspired the title of John Bolton's new memoir, The Room where it happened. In which Bolton lays out all the reasons beyond Ukraine, like Trump should have been impeached. Here's Leslie Odom Jr is Aaron Burr and Lin Manuel Miranda as Alexander Hamilton..
"aaron burr" Discussed on AP News
"Jefferson Renee Elise Goldsberry as Angelica Schuyler and Leslie Odom junior as Aaron Burr the film the version is directed by the show's director Tommy Kael who said we're thrilled for fans of the show ended new audiences across the world to experience what it was like on stage and in the audience the groundbreaking biographical hip hop show about the life of treasury secretary Alexander Hamilton is one eleven Tony awards and made numerous Taurus a Minnesota medical board has reprimanded the doctor who prescribed pain medication for prince but put it in another person's name in the months before Princeton actress Shannen Doherty has a message for fans revealing she's battling a recurrence of breast cancer that's progress to to stage for calling it a bitter pill to swallow she first revealed she had breast cancer twenty fifteen it charted her battle with the disease and its remission on social media stories that one reason she came forward is to get ahead of any rumors she says her health conditions could come out in court because she's doing insurance companies State Farm after her California home was damaged in a fire in twenty eighteen Jordy who's forty eight said I'd rather people who work for me I want to be real and authentic she's been working on the reboot of Beverly hills at nine OO to one OO and kept the diagnosis mostly secret saying quote people with stage four can work to our life doesn't and the minute we get that diagnosis we still have some living to do I'm in the choir president trump is delivering his third state of the union address pride is restored and for all of these reasons I say to the people of our great country and to the members of Congress this state of our union is stronger than ever before however has drawn boos from Democrats including this line here those who want to take away your health care take away your doctor and abolish private insurance entirely one hundred and thirty two lawmakers in this room have endorsed legislation.
"aaron burr" Discussed on AP News
"Jefferson Renee Elise Goldsberry as Angelica Schuyler and Leslie Odom junior as Aaron Burr the film the version is directed by the show's director Tommy Kael who said we're thrilled for fans of the show and new audiences across the world to experience what it was like on stage and in the audience the groundbreaking biographical hip hop show about the life of treasury secretary Alexander Hamilton is one eleven Tony awards and made numerous Taurus I definitely to the corona virus has been reported in Hong Kong A. P.'s at Charles de Ledesma reports the news comes as hospital workers there continue to strike home call hospitals have caught services as medical workers strike for a second day to the mall on the border with mainland China be shut completely the wall of a virus the schools his first death in the semi autonomous territory the patient who died was a man who had traveled to to hand the mainland city at the center of the outbreak before being hospitalized in Hong Kong well the two of Hong Kong's land and sea crossings with the mainland will close at midnight of the more than two thousand hospital workers went on strike on Monday I'm Charles de Ledesma the dragons were dancing in the Chinese community of when a sorry set that celebrated the spring festival marking the arrival of the Chinese New Year celebrations mark the year of the rat according to the Chinese zodiac hundreds of people came out to celebrate the occasion where dancing dragons paraded through the crowd and Chinese and Argentine singers and entertainers perform for the audience attracted by Argentina's open immigration policy many Chinese citizens migrated to point a sorry shortly after World War two in search of a better life estimates put the number of Chinese Argentines at more than one hundred twenty thousand the event's organizer pointed out that due to a virus outbreak in China state in the union I'm to McGuire than AP news minute in the house.
"aaron burr" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"It's pretty horse here. So he planned permanent army and start a war with Spain by ceasing. Parts of their holdings in either Mexico or both hang on folks wait until twenty twenty planning as yeah but Evidence was brought to Thomas Jefferson. I really hate this. Thank you for the conspiracy to hey Aaron fucking up publicly proclaimed that burs guilty of treason which which is a hanging offense. A reward is offered and borough was eventually captured in rural Alabama and placed on trial in Virginia with chief justice. John Marshall Presiding now now Jefferson was subpoenaed to testify and he refused which bolster the precedents of executive privilege. BURR is acquitted not once but twice because he's white. Johnson works acquitted twice. He jokes bail to Europe in the jumping bail. If you're acquitted yes okay well. Because he was there still charges urges against against him right and putting on trial again giant records so he goes to Europe. He tries getting support for his book. Spain plan again. They're just not like Spain reserve duty. I don't WANNA go under under spraying somebody. Spain campaign from Europe breath but then he returns to he he returns to New York in eighteen twelve in disguise. Move on I just wearing glasses in. He came my name is my.
"aaron burr" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Rated eventually eventually through some nepotism in the back through some nepotism bird became part of George Wash General George Washington to staff but he left the staff after two weeks to return to the battlefield. Because that's where the action was and the glory was to make a name. I suppose you in the world but was not an exceptional soldier shot. He was terrible. Aw and he'll love getting a one on one one on one you got it. He got his head to him in seventeen. Seventy eight at the battle of monmouth my mouth my moose and due to feeling healthy failing health he resigned from the continental army and went back to studying law. He got married illegitimate children bla-bla-bla Park of course right it he and his boss would have a lot in common that way uh-huh so he becomes involved in politics and New York working to get Thomas. Jefferson elected to the presidency. So he's kind of canvassing so in seventeen ninety nine burn burn found the Bank of the Manhattan Company which gave rise to the rivalry between him and Alexander. Hamilton whom she she would later. So so. Here's here's a deal. Federalist Pretty Much Brand New York and Hamilton owned the Bank of of New York. But here's what bird did. Burr approached both rose and Hamilton asking for funds to start a water company and and at the eleventh hour cheesy application. They use over rival bank. No water company was three and so in addition to create so in addition to creating competition though Berger used the bank to fund promote democratic Republican politics our the basically used federal money so essentially through the founding of the first pack. Kicks the Hamiltons father in law or his position in the government. He wins that election so this brings us to the election. Landing his plane. Here all all right so you re election Jefferson and Burr tied each seventy votes. Burr remained quiet publicly. But he refuses EPA side and see the victory to Jefferson right so they said he had campaigned for Jefferson Campaign for Jefferson but now the tide is a great sports Jefferson against Adams now against him say Ling- Allah Confused Hanging Chads. We got a reality show. Rumor going rumor going around that. Ah Okay birth being quiet about this. But he's also kind of quietly behind the scenes trying to get people he's talking to the Federal Republicans applicants trying to get them to vote for him but no solid evidence ever came to light on this at least not at the time so historians historians of tended to give Berg benefit of the doubt. Saying it's just a rumor milling but in two thousand eleven. A letter was found that proved beyond doubt that the borough was trying to orchestrate stealing the election from Jefferson right. They found these letters like. Hey how are we gonna Selection Aaron and so the election was decided in the House of Representatives. With ten state delegations going for Jefferson or voting for to making no choice so the to independence independence thanks to Alexander. Hamilton Burr lost and Jefferson became president and verb became vice president. And because of what bird did Jefferson never trusted Aaron Burr us even though even though he operated as has a stellar president of the Senate Senate especially in the Marbury versus physician episode on at some point so because of this Berhane Hamilton Jefferson runs again. Jackson runs again. Eighty four. Burr is not on the ticket so bird run for governor of New York and he ends up losing to virtual nobody due to smear campaign against him by Alexander Hamilton handled. These guys are like fuck. I fucking juicer. Countries an episode on smear smear campaign. Their political rhetoric is not being.
"aaron burr" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Back up a little bit back on and use. It doesn't make me throw out uh-huh Sonian Museum of African American History News Okay so much right next. It's you walk Out of doors of the african-american Museum you're at the The Washington on. It was on the other hand going up. Yeah Congress when they went to the absolutely amazing. And here's how it works because it's the largest library in the world you can't just go there and take a book off the shelf. They have people working all these sections of books. So you go to this area to study and you go into their computer systems. I want this book and thirty minutes later. Somebody arrives arrives with a car with that book off at your desk really quite cool off the books and you can tell you sir. We don't touch the books until it gets to you and say hey I'm GonNa come back tomorrow to continue. They say what's your last name is more. Okay take it around on the corner and you can put the books in in this bay over here. And they'll stay there for two weeks so you can you keep having the boats brought to you can just go and grab the book. Really Nice Organizational System Interesting Congress work. It's really cool off stories. I could tell you about there. But that's where the research for this episode. It came from mostly which is pretty cool so kind of give you some background. I got a backup for years though. John Adams won the election of a seventeen ninety six against chance to his opponent. Thomas Jefferson right and compile so Alexander Hamilton. Hamilton is trying to get a guy by the name of Charles Coates Worth Pinkney elected someone. He thought that he could control if he became president like he could go so so like Putin GonNa get this guy. Take me a new president but Hamilton would kind of be the guy behind the scenes controlling. That's what he was hoping for but the the New England. federalists figure things out. I think that this this kind of thing was going on and so they they all voted for Jefferson. Hamilton's trying to be sneaky and because of this though because all these donations it didn't work out at all and John Adams eats out this small win against Thomas. Jefferson and so prior to the ratification of the Twelfth Amendment votes for President and Vice President were listed on separate ballots so although John Adams ran as Jefferson's main opponent in the General Election Jefferson in came in second so we probably shouldn't have enemies actually ruled. Yeah so I think that's that's true somebody. Somebody assume that it would be okay because it took until the twelfth amendment change. But here's here's your address because president seventeen ninety six but for the four years that he was president he was mired in controversy. There was animosity between the two major parties which for the federalists and the Democratic Republicans to time the unpopular Jay treaty was just kind of following him around as well in the passage of the repressive alien and sedition snacks. You don't want the Jay Treaty was facilitated ten years of peaceful trade between the United States and Britain but pissed off the French Revolution. Aleutian right. You Wayne your training with any bitterly divided Americans this. Why a loving historian because people will the America's the most divided? It's ever been the most of your history a war real pretty the divided down quoted President. Who who who shall not be named says no president has ever been treated worse than I have like like Kennedy was shot in the head shot in the face but either way I'm Jay treaties ladies who got peaceful trade trade but it's pissing off the French bitterly divided Americans so much so that parties that didn't exist in certain states dates popped up in every single one of the state so you had pro-treaty federalists and Anti Treaty Democratic Republicans in every single state now instead of just having a red a blue state? You had pretty much divided in writing. Also the alien and sedition acts that really just kind of ended Adams predecessor presidency. He was not gonNA win again. So if you don't know what those were. It was four different acts the naturalization act so that extended you. I had to have five years to live in the United States the citizen and extended it to fourteen years. The Alien Act allowed the president to the poor any resident alien considered quote unquote dangerous to peace and safety. The Irish the Alien Enemies Act authorized. The deportation of residence get their home. Country was at war with America. So you might not be a danger but oh country. We're at war with you. So you're out now. Now Adams never actually deported. Anybody never sign the divorce deportation of citizens but that was yeah but then the worst part of it wasn't sedition X.. which was allowed the government to punish those found guilty of quote unquote printing writing or speaking scandalous or malicious way against government of the United States unquote again the freedom of speech? Yeah I pretty much out. It's actually considered one of the most grievous assaults on in constitutional rights in American history. Imagine thing then lead all. We're talking between seventeen so so when the election eighteen hundred comes around John Adams who is a therapist and his running mate. Charles Pinkney found themselves. Losing sight of that election and Thomas Jefferson who was a democratic Republican and Aaron Burr easily won the election. The only problem was Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr tied in the Electoral College. Seventy three votes and since the Twelfth Amendment wasn't a thing yet Jefferson Burr tied for the presidency. But here's the deal again so eh. Everybody knew that it was expected that Jefferson would become president nobody foresaw Burr tying language Jefferson. Everybody assumed Jackson's going to be president that so we wanted to be president. Nobody's amber amber can be the vice president but burr argued. Well People Volkan favor and he wouldn't step aside to let Jefferson become president under the constitution. The tie that it's going to go to the House of Representatives still and he's from the House of Representatives is still under federal control at that point right and so they were gonna they going to decide the question but okay so in order to understand this go you need to understand amber so let's give a little history ehrenberg ehrenberg junior junior by the way. Yeah Aaron Burgee died..
"aaron burr" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Smallpox all right backs so John Brown. Who would lead the raid on Harper's ferry and whose execution would help ignite the American civil war is born in the year eighteen hundred Washington? DC is established as the capital of the United States of America. There wasn't in the room when it happened. I never worried happening. John Adams becomes the first. US President to live in the executive mansion in which would later be renamed the White House the United States to the US Library of Congress is founded on April twenty fourth eighteen hundred with a five thousand Rosendahl allocation and America. Six books in America is about to participate in its first truly contested election. which would would come to be known as the revolution of eighteen hundred? which is what? We're what we're going to be talking about today but we Ryan Real quick you library of Congress on story about this. This is where I did the research for this episode. That's why wasn't able to be here when we did the anniversary since I was in. DC At the Library of Congress so the Library of Congress is on Capitol Hill and directly across from the US Capitol building something. I didn't know I didn't know that you've very loud Capitol Hill. Actually Capitol Hill is literally on a hill here program. Well okay so I'm GonNa dare dare you. Here's why as a historian I mean as a historic but if you have a Arro- of churches in small towns any time there was a settlement. They would call that piety hill on a hill right. So that's why I was thinking. Oh Capitol Hill. It's just a name but they had a bike share program and I was like I'm going to bike from the Museum of African American history up to in Congress which is on Capitol Hill and I am. I am hoping I got off. The bike walked it. I was like I'm good. I can get back on our.
"aaron burr" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"A man who have ever said. This took off season. uh-huh midnight excursion to my old house to freedom after the rhubarb plants. I haven't a yard. You're more than welcome. I'm GonNa have to clear that with Tony before. He just steel plant RHUBARB RHUBARB SALOONS. They ran out of names. Like fuck. Fuck I don't know. Strawberry Rhubarb is what most people have. They all have rhubarb. Yeah it is a pies at the hardest thing that you had in your mouth. It's like going craft. Yeah I know all right. So she said we're GONNA be talking about Aaron burr today and inside Berries. The word converted learning history. There was always there. Was that famous note commercial where the guy was eating peanut butter for a million dollars. Who Shot Alexander Hamilton? Oruro and he had like Aaron Burr pictures all his long.
"aaron burr" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The last on with the Continental Army and became one of George Washington's BFF's pretty quick by seventeen eighty nine he was a founding father putting together the nation's monetary policy no slouch himself Aaron Burr came from a well to do political family from New Jersey but got on Hamilton's bad side when he defeated elephants father in law in the seventeen nineties Senate race Hamilton just wouldn't stop talking smack about Burke eight nine and then be Spurgeon his name and reputation every chance he got people were believing the trash talk though especially those in power and that was costing burn elections eventually Berg got sick of it all and looking to restore his reputation challenge Hamilton to an affair of honor so they got the guns that their paces and to quote the song Aaron Burr was that damn fool that shot Alexander Hamilton on this day in eighteen oh four I was absolutely fascinated with I do on a generator I read like three books on it what's not not quite so fascinating is getting stuck in traffic and here in the valley Chevy dealers traffic centers any Solomon well you're not gonna get stuck on the loop one oh one at least not right now but you will have some slowing go it is busy in some areas we want to one east found between sixty Seventh Avenue and fifty ninth Avenue you're going to pick up the pace but you gotta slow back down between Seventh Avenue to past seven street and then again from state route fifty one it's basically an often on busy ride to sixty fourth street do you do santan freeway that is slow west bound between Cooper and almost school road and you've got a lease on that you will do you read bound freeway westbound between McClintock and previous to that I get a protein state route fifty one this report is brought to you by moon valley nurseries get your tires get your trees ready before the summer monsoon hits call six SO two eight one four.
"aaron burr" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Hi, everybody. I'm CBS four meteorologist Michael Aaron Burr clear to partly cloudy skies on the way, Monday evening at Monday night with lows in the mid sixties. There can't be some patchy late night and morning fog, especially inland. Andre tuesday. Affront will slip through the area. Would it make? And a twenty percent chance for afternoon shower. Highs in the mid eighty s. Independent in thoughts and punk rock in life. It's the Chad Benson show. Party people. That's you thirty not. I check my messages last night. And I know that it's getting worse. And I haven't checked my messages because if you know me, you're not calling me right because I'm not going to answer your call unless I know there are certain people like, okay. My mother is never going to tax me. She's calling me usually means something horrific happened or my sister's gone off the rails again. And there's yet another child they're going to adopt like that's kind of a few people. I will answer relic fills calling British officials call me, it's usually because something's gone south. We need to sort it out. Check my man. I check my messages and for. A thirty nine messages. And they were all like, hey, don't go anywhere. Because if you listen to this message, you're gonna make a million dollars a second forever. And I'm like, what are you talk? Oh my God. It drives me nuts. And that's where we're headed. More and more in the coming years. It's going to get worse. And think about this think about over the next. Year, plus because of all of. The elections. At all of these measures and everything they're going to get through. You're going to be bombarded with calls, and you wanna make a billion dollars there. It is. How can you find an app that will absolutely make it? So nobody ever calls you again. Unless you put it on there. There's got to be an app out there somewhere. That's real. Because you always hear about these apps. Get. Yeah. We'll catch ninety nine percent. They don't catch. They get ninety nine percent. The first day. And then they don't get any after that. There's gotta be an app out there somewhere, so vaccinations. Very interesting. What Italy is trying to do. Parents in Italy must now present proof that children have been vaccinated if they want them to attend school or face the steep fine. The anti vaccination in Italy has led to the country. Having one of the lowest vaccination rates in Europe and one of the highest per capita rates of measles. Last year alone seven kids and adults died from the disease after easing the law requiring parents to vaccinate their kids the populist government has now decided to enforce it saying parents must present proof their children have been vaccinated. And one of the big things is when you allow people from all over the globe to come in and Italy's had just an absolute influx of people coming from war torn areas, you have this issue. You have absolutely had this issue. We're having an era, but we've got we've got two thousand people that are quarantined right now that have come from south of the border, and they've got mumps, and there's a big outbreak of mumps, and they're trying to figure out a way to do this. And I'm all about liberty and freedom. But the reality is is we're going to be having this debate further for this move forward because. When does your liberty and freedom start to encroach in my liberty and freedom, right? When does that happen? When does you not getting vaccinated put my kids at risk? When did you not getting vaccinated, put my great grandmother grandmother at risk or my cousin who's in the middle of of cancer treatments, or whatever it is? When does that start to to stop on my liberty and free, and that's an issue. I look if you don't wanna get your kids vaccinated. I got no problem with it. Right. But if the school says that you can't come here. I also have a problem with it because I get it. Here's a great story of just it makes you shake your head six year old boy playing cuts his head, right? Six days later. Mom and dad are like little Jimmy over there. Is is got lockjaw. He can barely breathe. And he's got involuntary muscle spasms. We need to seek help. He's got tetanus one doctor said, I never thought my life. I would ever see spend thirty years. Thirty years, according to the center for disease control prevention since it was last seen a pediatric tetanus thirty years. What did it cost? Well, let's talk about that. Fifty seven days in the hospital some of them in intensive care. Right. Some of them in intensive care. Big time. Then he had to go from there to another hospital where they started slowly. But surely. DJ stuff, and and and physical therapy and things of that nature that racked up a Bill of about eight hundred thousand dollars. Now, you say to yourself. Well, those parents learned the lesson right? So they're going to get shots. No, no. No. No, they're not they decided now, they're working to do it. They weren't gonna do it. They're not gonna get him shots. And you sit here and say, well, there you go. There you go some of the stuff he had to do. He had to be in a darkened room for weeks. He wore earplugs, no stimulation to avoid making a spasms worse. His pain was so bad. They said the doctors took care not to trigger him even with their voices. We had to whisper. But mom and dad have said, nah. Now, we don't want him to get whatever it is that we think he's going to get. What can you do? What can you do? I don't know. And here's my thing. And I and I've tried to talk with people's antibac- factor resistance. Is it only things like tetanus and measles mumps and all that stuff? Diaster somebody. What about flu shot? No. I won't get the flu shot. Now. I get I don't get the flu shot either. Because I'm fairly good health, and I work out. And it seems to always be a crapshoot, but little kids a lot of people. I understand why they do it. I don't if it was easier, and convenient I probably would. There's some years I have gotten the flu shot and some years I've gotten the flu got sick. But that's just happens to be coincidence. And it is what it is. But it's it's a weird thing. Like, well, the is a little bit different. I'm like, oh, it's just it's so it's so pick and choose for a lot of these people. It's so weird thing, and I don't care that you don't get your kid vaccinated. But at my kid doesn't play with your kid or the school where my kid goes to says, it's okay. The kids are not vaccinated. And then maybe I want to put my kids somewhere else. You can't bet you that. Sorry when your freedoms and liberties impede on other people's I'm all about people doing their own thing. Right. Until if long as it's not hurting somebody else starts to hurt other people. Then there's what we have a question that we have to ask ourselves three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three. At Chad Benson show is your Twitter, you can tweet at us. So last year the World Cup took place the World Cup the men's World Cup. It was great World Cup, by the way. France wanted to awesome game. Just amazing World Cup across the board. This year the women's World Cup is going to go on and the women the United States America is defending their championship. But they're not happy about the situation. They find themselves in currently women's.
"aaron burr" Discussed on KGO 810
"This is the few Alexander Hamilton Aaron Burr, however, we're now at the end of the revolutionary war in the beginning of the period of rebuilding and there's no feud because they're both trained as young attorneys, they work in Albany together, and they must have met. But now, they're in New York. This is the early the late seventy the mid seventeen eighty s and I have a note written down from John Sedgwick's book general arrest us route rights, these are the two greatest men in the state. They were both attorneys, and John you make wonderful distinctions between them will go back and forth now because they know each other they're living well within easy walking distance Berle likes to live extremely well. He likes to spend money on a great deal. He is very impecunious at the same time. He he loves to buy things. How did this make him? A better of attorney. What was his reputation as an attorney in early New York. Well, there was a very sharp distinction made between them even though as route says that they were the two greatest lawyers in the in the city if not in the whole country, but they went about it in an entirely different ways. Hamilton would talk to death. He was a man of principle himself, and he wanted to allusively eight the principles of the case of the issues behind it because he was always looking through laws that a country creates itself and through precedent that decides how things are to be conducted in the future. And so that he was constantly digging and digging to get to the essence of things no matter how long it took. Or how many words that talk Burke couldn't care about any of that to him? A case was just a case. And he wanted to resolve the case as quickly and as successfully as he possibly could. And as route said that the that he would take birth four hours to say something that. Hamilton will take four hours to do would take. Birth thirty minutes to handle he just cut right to it. And he used a few choice words to do that. But was earning ten thousand dollars a year. This is very early in the in the Republic, this makes him one of the wealthiest attorneys. I can imagine for many decades, and yet he spends it always always in debt. Do we did he keep accounts of what he spent it on? Or did it did some of the Justice appear John? Well, one of the things that the most famous thing that he spent it on was Richmond hill, and that that's you know, it's deeply ironic did that that'd be the purchase that he would make considering that's where he got booted out from the from when it was Washington's headquarters, and again, this is one of the mysteries of bur burden ever says, well, I bought that place because that's the place of the greatest ignominy that I ever faced and therefore I want to undo it and and buy it and show Washington. What I made of you never said that, but you can imagine that that was part of the appeal of. Buying a place like that. And that this was a a house that ultimately became owned by John Jacob Astor, and before it was the property of the vice president when the government was in New York when to so Adams, John Adams was was in residence there before him, but it was a grand place, and that he, you know, not only had to fill it with the finest antiques would be brought in from wherever and but also you had grounds he had beautiful fruit trees in gardens, and it was very elaborate Eddie was extremely expensive. And he would always be putting on dinner parties for twelve or fifteen or twenty for people grandees from across the ocean or Allie. I was flabbergasted to see the entertained tally. Rab telegram was a great friend of Hamilton's. These guys got around and Joseph Brant that the note the famous in mohawk Indian he was at the table one night. And then, you know, we'll get onto this I suppose, but he's daughter Theodose show at just at thirteen with the one to stand in for Burr one night when he couldn't manage one of these dinners because he was in Washington. And so that he thirteen she was sitting at the head of the table with twenty of the most important people in the western hemisphere were gathered around her we need to plunge into the politics of the early Republic. But a a note here of the kind of reading these two men due to contrast John makes a note that Burr is a narrow reader who enjoys philosophical tracts, which is Hamilton enjoy. What's his idol reading, John? Well, there there's some question about what books he actually carried with him. It cleared that he was interested in economic economics tracks he was interested in philosophy. He was interested in the history of the Roman Republic, he read widely with an always with an eye to one particular thing, which was how can we get the American economy going once we have a government now that was very far seeing because this was often he would do this at Valley Forge and the depths of the war when it didn't look like there was necessarily going to be a country. Let alone a country that he was going to have an economy. Let alone in the Konami that he could build into one of the great powers of the world. He did all of those things, and he had he had that my in mind as he was reading the tech. He is called upon Hamilton to help construct a success because the articles of the confederate federation are not seen as possible. And they don't work the states are keeping their own money. There's no sharing the country has an enormous amount of debt. And Hamilton is one of those people that gathers at Annapolis to begin the process that we know is the constitutional convention beginning in seventeen eighty seven Hamilton is a young man, he's an attorney, but he's called upon as a writer, and I take John again. And again, they see Hamilton as having the best words among them better than Jefferson or was this a rivalry between them. Well, Jefferson couldn't speak in public that. That's the thing about Jefferson. Jefferson was tongue-tied Jefferson was obviously a smooth writer. I mean extraordinary is really the power of liberty. I take in the declaration. But as far as an arguer, or as a public speaker of any kind the he was just terrible when he gave his inaugural addresses that they were scarcely be heard was just that was not his thing. I mean, the second time ready to even give it he said to the newspapers rather than speak it himself, but Hamilton on the other hand could speak for hours, if not days on a certain subject and at at the constitution. That he spoke famously for six hours, and I'm told that even though that seems like it was just a long winded, and useless and go all over the place, kind of speech that it was a critical speech because it was it was the summation that Washington had actually selected Hamilton for the task because he believed that Hamilton would close the deal and that and to some degree. He did he wherever in the process. He made one slip that hounded him for the rest of his life. Which was he let it be known that he wasn't entirely opposed to the idea of a monarchy, and the insane that in giving any van to the notion that a monarchy, which of course, the Americans are just thought to be rid of might not be a bad system. The he was he was lambasted really is a monarchist for the rest of his political life. And I think that it was one of the factors that kept him. From ever becoming a president. Yes, they mocked him as a monochrome. Now Alexander Hamilton had rivals in New York state. He doesn't need Burr. He has George Clinton. The governor the forever governor of New York and here the early division that John very carefully locates into partisan conflict between the federalists. And the Republicans so called the Republicans, you think of Jeffersonians the federalist you can think of as atoms and the new Englanders and George Clinton sides with the Jeffersonians the Republicans, though, he's in New York state, and I take it from the way you've laid out the rivalry with Clinton that that would have been more likely the dual except for. They're not the same age in Clinton's not a dualist then Burr Clinton wants to best Hamilton does he wants to destroy him. Is that the way I shouldn't understand this John will he's you know, it's it's hard to know. Now, I mean Clinton was as you say he was the perennial governor of New York state. That he actually did a San finally to be a vice president under. I think it was under Jefferson after birth retired from the or was retired from the vice presidency, but he didn't. And that one reason that he was an acceptable vice presidential candidate was the had no particular presidential aspirations of his own. He was a power player in New York. His son DeWitt Clinton became the mayor of New York and the two of them really had a lock on New York politics for nearly a generation I and that the that I think that as such he was he was a canny inside player and that Burr was able to make use of him. And to sort of be real regard him and rely on him as a springboard for his own political aspirations, and he got essentially appointed to be a Senator from I through the Clinton administration. Let's turn.
"aaron burr" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is Dirk it is seven twenty seven AM, and I am currently driving to work. So I'm thinking about running for office. I don't really consider myself the person who would be a politician. Politicians usually have had like a wonderful life. They went to the right schools. A lot of them went to Harvard or Yale or some Ivy league school. They have the perfect head of hair and much like the character Aaron Burr on Hamilton. They seem to talk less smile. More. Not that guy. I would really like to write laws that would benefit people. But then the other part of me is, you know, this vanity. Money to run. I'm just some guy. All right. Adam here checking in again, it is may nine two thousand seventeen giving you a little update. After the election. It was really disturbing. This is the person that I love the most on the planet, and she's telling me like I want nothing to do with you. It took a fair amount of faith for me to just power through that. I.
"aaron burr" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Friend and radio. Guest. Historian. Rick buyer is series of short entertaining books in the greatest stories never told series are definitely worth checking out his latest project is focused on the most famous duel in American history, and more importantly, what led up to it? It's called rivals unto death Alexander Hamilton Aaron Burr we start in the morning of the famous duel. Then dart back to provide a fascinating history of both men. Amilton Berg, dashing, brash, and brilliant antagonistic to each other throughout their lives. Here we have a much clearer picture of both men particularly Aaron Burr who actually saved Hamilton from British captured during the revolutionary war, and according to buyer. He may well have saved his life later when he extricated Hamilton promote was shaping up as a dual with future president James Monroe. Don't think that the discord of today's any worse than it was back in the founding fathers day, the battles are intense, ultimately culminating in the famous duel that took Hamilton's life rivals unto death Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr by Rick buyer, the book. Club WBZ Boston's NewsRadio anchor Jordan, it's five twenty six and other big night in Hollywood, it's the twenty fifth annual Screen Actors Guild awards CBS's Steve Futterman with a preview the segr- wards don't have an actual best film category. The nearest equivalent is outstanding cast in a motion picture, and there doesn't seem to be any clear. Favourite three films are given a chance to win. A star is born Black Panther and black klansman among performers though. There are some clear favorites including Glenn Close. She is viewed as the favorite to win best actress for her role in the wife the ceremony begins at eight PM eastern standard time and will be hosted by Megan Mullaly. Olympian brianna decker one twenty five thousand dollars in the premier passer competition Friday night at the sap center in San Jose, California during the NHL all star skills competition Leandra Seidl of the Edmonton Oilers was the actual winner. But decker beaten by three seconds..