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Kirk Cameron Tells Us About the American Campfire Revival

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | Last week

Kirk Cameron Tells Us About the American Campfire Revival

"Me bought some talking to my friend Kirk Cameron, Kirk. We love you. You just cheer me up seeing you. You were just bringing something up. I had wanted to be in Plymouth for this past weekend. I wasn't able to do it. But tell us about this. This is so it's just so wonderful. Anybody who hasn't visited that monument, oh my goodness, go ahead. So this is a monument that was the cornerstone was laid in the people of Massachusetts and it was finished in 1889 and president Abraham Lincoln was one of the original contributors to the building of this monument, and it was made to be the monument that told us everything that we needed to know about what made this the Pinnacle nation of the world, the Beacon of freedom and justice for all. And it's what we need to get back to if we want to maintain it. It's called the national monument to the forefathers and this last weekend was the very first of 7 nights of revival under the stars that I'm hosting. It's called the American campfire revival. And it really is sort of springboarded out of that first hundred days during the new administration's run of executive orders. And I thought rather than us just being on the defense, why don't we download the executive orders from heaven, the mandates from above and start running those plays and see what happens. And I made a campfire in my backyard for a hundred nights in a row. It's called the American campfire revival. There it is. Oh my gosh. There are sweatshirts. I love this. And so people would gather online in my backyard around a campfire and we would begin learning the history of our America. Not the 1619 version, but the actual true untold story of our forefathers who covenanted with their creator and applied his word to subdue tyranny and build institutions that would create

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Abraham Lincoln Created the Secret Service the Day He Was Shot

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:50 sec | 2 weeks ago

Abraham Lincoln Created the Secret Service the Day He Was Shot

"Did you know that abraham lincoln signed the secret service act in this is into existence on the same day that he died the very same day secret service but when he when he signed it into law it was originally formed. Stop counterfeiters okay. It wasn't about protecting. The president is about going after counterfeiters because that was that was the big deal back in the day. If you're thinking remember gets now. Here's the problem that's supposed to be a fun fact. It's kind of a sad fact. Calvin okay but then how about this. Sign it on the day that he was murdered right. He signed the secret service. people laughing. All across another boils might potato thing is when people say careful after you fall in. They'll say oh careful or watch your step. It's like if you would've told me that. Two seconds earlier i would not have

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"abraham lincoln" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

04:02 min | Last month

"abraham lincoln" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"That in the room wild. The internet is crazy. We've said a lot of it that that might take it is scheduled got three kids. He says he spent the last twenty five years trying to convince people that his real name is harry potter. The thirty-three-year-old was born and named nine years before the first harry potter book was published in. That stinks if he's twenty two. You blame the parents. Got even harry potter. But he was born before. What are the odds that the biggest literary sensation of our lifetime basically has the main character and as your name they picked on so much in school oh man he's been disciplined in football games called a liar by his future. Wife when they first met he says is famous name has its upside. When he was twelve he was invited on the big breakfast. Television show and harry potter was first released. Oh do you embrace that like do you start wearing those little round glasses. So if you haven't famous name with up to talk to you we do have okay. I don't know true. This is i know who has it. Ain't even when i tell you you're gonna say exactly what i said the from oklahoma their name is abraham lincoln. Okay that's that's pretty awesome. Not abraham mr linnea is your name. Really abraham lincoln Brother i swear on it. What do your friends call you. So most of them. Call me a I've been called a baby. I've been called the press. I mean whatever you can. Associate abraham lincoln with. Why did your parents name you. Abraham lincoln was it because of their affinity of our sixteenth president or just like the name abraham and you had the last. I struggling here. Well to be brutally honest. We are native american so win They made a change. Our names a lot of people pig popular names and so back then. Celebrities president so a lot of problems picked lincoln's Washington benjamin Franklin popular names like that so my family inherited the name lincoln and then not. My uncle is name and then my mom had me. And maybe graham lincoln after him. So did you have any other abraham's in the family are you abraham lincoln the first call. Yeah but was your uncle. Was abraham as well. Yeah my uncle's. Named abraham lincoln. Are you a second. If that's the case like if you're on pitcher off on i mean i made up uncle. Yeah but i mean. I might bomb. I my my mom. My mom's youngest kid. So i've i abraham lincoln if that makes yeah just in general if you're if your uncle has your name are you a second or is that only your dad your dad or maybe your grandfather. I think maybe the grandfather could drop that down to anyway. Abraham lincoln school name. I'm not gonna lie. I believe him. I bet you everybody goes. That's not your name like your whole life. Right honesty mood berlin out by boards basketball baseball track and field and like everywhere. We went other than my hometown like everytime we go basketball games and stuff you would literally hear a chuckle before they said my name and then they would kind of laugh nada go. Yeah abraham lincoln. And then like every time i get pulled over which used to be quite a bit like the the cop. It'd be like you know. I need you realize that is by realized eleven study some other form about blogging card out pulled up. I had my passport i. Id okay yeah this is..

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Abraham Lincoln Said the Only Thing That Could Destroy Us Is Us

Mark Levin

01:40 min | Last month

Abraham Lincoln Said the Only Thing That Could Destroy Us Is Us

"Shall we expect some transatlantic military giant to step the ocean and crush us with one blow? Never All the armies of Europe, Asia and Africa combined. With all the treasure of the earth except our own. In their military chests. With Bonaparte for a commander could not by force, take a drink from the Ohio or make a track on the Blue Ridge. In a trial of 1000 years. At what point then. Is the approach of danger to be expected. I answer. If it is ever to reach us, it must spring up amongst us. It cannot come from abroad. If destruction be our lot. We must ourselves be its author and finisher. As a nation of free men. We live Through all time. Or die by suicide. And he wraps up With The rest of the admonition and you can read that for yourselves. But To sum this up. Abraham Lincoln gave us this morning and he said, this country comes down because we'll take it down ourselves. Mark Levin wrote the book, American Marxism. Because he clearly articulates But that's happened where here doesn't mean the country is Over. It means they've gotten a footing and we can't play games anymore. It is no longer a spectator sport. This is critically important. I think it's it's important that we realize these things again. What Lincoln said. And he said it in 18 38 is so apt

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We Must Own Our Complicity in Afghanistan

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:55 min | Last month

We Must Own Our Complicity in Afghanistan

"The united states shame right over its precipitous sprint out of afghanistan shadow this country's conscience for generation every horror story and they will keep coming is partly the result of our decision to bug out the death and destruction that occur in previously secure parts of that country will be on the bipartisan decision to exit the fiasco of president biden ordered quick march out of the country with its arbitrary deadline and false proclamations of the heroic airline effort. Airlift effort will garner the most shame but barack obama and donald trump all wanted the same thing they wanted out to all three presidents lacked. What abraham lincoln possessed and george w bush often display the strenght to shoulder. The suffering of war brought home in dead and wounded. Young soldiers sailors airmen and marines the country. Tired of it too. We do not have the ability to fight a long war. Even with minimal casualties be because for us. There is no such thing as a minimal casualty. We can take station troops on board. We peacekeeping missions in kosovo but we cannot endlessly endure the loss of american life to enemy combatants so we left but our greatest centers to have left without first overseeing an exodus of those who were desperate to run from baruch theocracy. We did a portion of the saving at the last minute and those tens of thousands who did escape will be forever grateful for the eleven marines. One navy cormon and one army soldier who gave their lives at those refugees might live but for twenty years. We pretend it all of us at some sort of middle ground might emerge between the darkest midnight and the dawn of democracy. Turns out there wasn't such a middle ground and yet we owed an exit to those who relied on falso.

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Virginia Removes Robert E. Lee Statue From Capital

All In with Chris Hayes

02:06 min | Last month

Virginia Removes Robert E. Lee Statue From Capital

"All learn the story of the warren school at least the basics of it slavery and the rights and status of enslaved people through america into a civil war from eighteen sixty one eight hundred sixty five north. The union eventually won the south confederate states. That had seceded were vanquished and president abraham lincoln was assassinated. But we are not taught. Hardly ever i certainly was taught this only a little bit. We know less about is what came after after the union's victory which is a successful effort by those same confederate forces to win back white supremacy in the south and to win back. The story of their own nobility and those victories are marked with monuments to the confederacy to the losing side to the traders. Like this one. A robert ugly erected in the former capital of the confederacy in richmond virginia in one ninety twenty five years after lee's surrender napa mathematics and after the thirteenth and fourteenth and fifteen commitments which made slavery illegal and unconstitutional enshrined due process in our constitution and gave men of any color of the right to vote and full citizenship and after the union victory there was a hope born for people like frederick douglass and thaddeus stevens and harriet tubman of a true multiracial. Democracy enshrined in those civil war amendments of equal citizens under law with dignity and respect and freedom and the beginnings of that the period the period of reconstruction the south with federal troops deployed to keep the peace confederacy reduced to shameful abject defeat. Black people were voting. They were registering to vote and they were going to school. Becoming becoming local office. Holders and mayors town councilman and members of congress. Like senator hiram revels of mississippi. I bet you've probably never heard that name. Maybe some of you know it. We don't learn his name. The first african american to serve in the upper chamber these were the actual beginnings of a true genuine multiracial democracy in the south and in america that were then destroyed

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Millions Miss President Trump and His Leadership

Mark Levin

01:59 min | Last month

Millions Miss President Trump and His Leadership

"Sure Millions of us Miss President Trump very, very much and his policies. And, uh, when you listen to what he says, and you'll notice, I conduct my interviews. I want my guests to speak, particularly a former president, United States. And, um How sensible he is. How rationally is and how, of course, the media try and create A monster out of the man. But when you listen to how he thinks Through what he says. Whether it's Afghanistan, the border, the Middle East, the election and so forth, and so on. Makes an enormous amount of sense, even at the end when he's talking about generals Very few of the guts to mention Robert E. Lee. He's not supporting Robert E. Lee. He's not supporting the Confederacy. The mental midgets around America. This is what they want you to think they'll twist What? Look, They do it with me. And I'm on here three hours a day, five days a week, explaining myself over and over and over again, but they want to twist what you said, because they don't want to argue against what you believe. And who you are. They want to create strawman and foils. To create hysteria. Because their arguments are losing arguments. They're not appealing to the American people unless you can turn somebody into a boogeyman. Which is what they try to do to President Trump. And so you hear them talking about Robert E. Lee that many people think he was a great general. Many people think he was a great general that the Confederacy would have lost a lot faster. Among those was Abraham Lincoln, who thought Robert E. Lee was a great general. Ulysses asked Grant, who thought Robert E. Lee was a great general. He was running circles around the union generals until Ulysse says Grant finally showed up. Which is President Trump's point. Lincoln had to fired general after general till he found Grant and he was advised not to take Grant. But he took him anyway. He took

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Should We Have an American History Month?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | Last month

Should We Have an American History Month?

"The fourth of july you know. I just felt compelled to start an american history month on a local kind of discourse. And just because i felt left out of all the history months So i i don't know if you wanna touch on that you maybe your take on you know trying to nationalize that as an american history month you know. Just bring everybody together rather than divide us spy individuality of individual heritage first of all. Thank you for calling. And i love jacksonville. Florida it's great. I want to say you're exactly right we have. Lgbt pride month we have black history month. We have all these different. Social awareness causes what used to be. Kind of an american pride month used to be july fourth which was the founding of our nation july second but july second third and fourth the founding of our nation which of course now has a competitor with june eighteenth. We went all in on that particular issue and we were vindicated as people were canceling the july fourth parade. And we're highlighting out of a black power parade. Can't wait for that news cycle to come back again. We will be proven right on that as we said we have a summertime competitor against july fourth independence day that abraham lincoln had four score and seven years ago. Our forefather's sought nation. He pointed directly july. For seventeen seventy six. Because he knew that day was the day that self government went from an idea to a reality. That's a big deal a deal for all human beings. The declaration of independence is a moral document. Make some moral claim that when in the course of human events it becomes necessary for one people dissolve ties with that of another goes on to say but among these are life liberty and the pursuit of happiness the laws of nature and nature's god. They are appealing to a natural law principle. It's incredibly important. And i want to just say that. I wish we had a country that could unite on universal american principles but we are now gone into sectarianism. Identity. -tarian ism which does not take a lot of sophistication.

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Gary Ginsberg Talks About the Friendship Between Abraham Lincoln and Joshua Speed

Mark Levin

01:55 min | Last month

Gary Ginsberg Talks About the Friendship Between Abraham Lincoln and Joshua Speed

"Actually shared a double bed for four years. But it was not uncommon back then for men to jump into bed together, particularly lawyers who were riding the circuit to do that, because let's be clear there weren't a lot of holiday ends back in Springfield, Illinois, in the 18 thirties. So betting was scarce and men would get into bed together without actually having any sexual relations, so they became extremely close Friends. For four years, and it plays out in the most crucial moment in January of 18 41 went after, as they say, the four years where they share every meal together. They share the bed. Together. They share their intimate secrets and fears and hopes and dreams. But in 18 41 Lincoln becomes depressed and he was prone to depression. He takes to his bed and speed ministers to him over the course of a month and at one point Lincoln and wants to kill himself. So speed takes away all of his sharp objects. It was only because of speeds intervention. Do we even know the name Abraham Lincoln today? But the real twist of this whole story is that they then basically speak goes back to Kentucky. Lincoln becomes, as we all know. Famous lawyer becomes a congressman. And then in the 18 fifties, becomes a candidate for the Senate, and his views on slavery are evolving in the 18 fifties at the same time, that speed is the most successful businessman in Kentucky and also his slave owner. And they've grown apart for a pet 18 forties over some disputes over unpaid legal bills. But 18 fifties they start cook corresponding on the issue of slavery, and Lincoln bares his soul about How he is just tortured by the institution of it and and speed defend. It defends the institution and they have a very honest debate in these letters.

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1 Rescued, 5 Unaccounted for After Navy Helicopter Crashes off San Diego Coast

WSJ Minute Briefing

00:15 sec | Last month

1 Rescued, 5 Unaccounted for After Navy Helicopter Crashes off San Diego Coast

"Search and rescue efforts continue off the coast of san diego. Following last night's crash of a navy helicopter officials say one crew member has been rescued by five or still missing. The helicopter took off from the uss abraham lincoln and was performing routine flight operations

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Search on After Navy Helicopter Crashes in Ocean off San Diego

Markley and Van Camp

00:16 sec | Last month

Search on After Navy Helicopter Crashes in Ocean off San Diego

"Off the coast of San Diego or U. S Navy helicopter, based on the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln crashed into the ocean during routine operation, says the Navy. One crew member was rescued, but five remain unaccounted for. At this time Search and rescue operation Continuing.

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"abraham lincoln" Discussed on Made of Mettle

Made of Mettle

08:44 min | Last month

"abraham lincoln" Discussed on Made of Mettle

"With this vision abraham was able to take a more collaborative approach to win the war using his top advisors abraham even described his approach as mostly reactionary as he had no set plan of attack and how to manage his forces as such he was making decisions and giving commands based solely and his advisors in personal experiences. Up to that point it was also during the war that abraham would make one of his most iconic and memorable political decisions. The creation of the emancipation proclamation. Going back to abraham's earlier sentiments about slavery he had initially opposed it for its deep economic issues for the country. This opinion then evolved into his more well known beliefs and personal freedoms and the morality of slavery being inherently wrong abraham wanted to balance the eradication of slavery with the preservation of the union ultimately. This was his main goal in something that he was willing to compromise over if it meant the end of the war in eighteen sixty two abraham was quoted when asked by a reporter as to why he wasn't fully supporting emerging anti-slavery laws abraham said my paramount. Object in this struggle is to save the union in his not neither to save or to destroy slavery. If i could save the union without freeing any slave i would do it and if i could save it by freeing all the slaves i would do it and if i could save it by freeing some and leaving others alone i would also do that. During the civil war there existed border states in the union that were practising slavery. Abraham was concerned that if he would enforce or support anti-slavery legislature he would lose the much needed military support of these border. Union states on january first eighteen. Sixty three the emancipation. Proclamation was issued with several caveats in exclusions for those union slaveholding states while few slaves were actually freed under the emancipation proclamation. It was the beginning of a wave of federally mandated freedoms that would be finally granted to enslave people throughout the country. Abraham i saw the impending change towards a nationwide distancing from slavery for the united states outside of the areas that relied heavily for commerce which were mostly based in the south. It was on this platform of anti-slavery which was unlike any stance he'd taken before that abraham would be reelected during the war funny enough. Even abraham question the validity of the laws he was an acting during the war. Following the emancipation falker. Mation abraham advocated for the thirteenth amendment which further granted additional freedoms to enslave people throughout the country. Instead of just in the confederacy the thirteenth amendment reads as follows neither slavery nor involuntary servitude. Except as a punishment for crime where the parties are have been duly. Convicted shall exist within the united states or any place subject to their jurisdiction. This amendment officially made slavery illegal in the united states. It was almost tied of radical change. That abraham would be touted as revolutionary for the country. The civil war was still going on strong. But abraham was garnering much needed support from his followers author out the war abraham was not exempt from the regular responsibilities of politics. He had to maintain party relations within his own party. While managing his oppositions parties activities while there are many points to be rectified with the war abraham made it clear that he would consider any peace arrangement that included the reunion of the country and the eradication of slavery in the south abraham's advisors encouraged him to consider any offer for peace but after fighting for four long years the confederacy for saw their defeat and met with abraham to discuss terms of ending the war. Abraham made it clear that he would be open to any plans as long as the seceded states rejoined the union to groups had emerged during the war that called themselves the radicals and the conservatives. Each group had their own plan envision for rebuilding the country some based in partisan views in others in military strategy bringing the country together would not be easy especially after such a polarizing in devastating war. There were talks of seizing properties from slave owners and giving it to the formerly enslaved as well as military occupation of the south abraham had plans of his own as well that centered around the huge task of integrating the newly freed population within the country. Abraham even introduced the idea of granting voting rights to newly freed african americans especially those that had served in the union military. It was a daunting task. Bringing essentially two opposing groups with completely different wants to a commonly agreed plan. There was much opposition in turmoil between the northern and southern states on just what plan would be the best for coming together. The ending of the war didn't bring about a magical solution either just a few days after the official end of the civil war abraham decided to attend production at ford's theatre in washington. Dc if you recall. Abraham was always a fan of the arts and the theater. As abraham watched the play he was assassinated by southern. Extremists named john wilkes booth who was a strong supporter of slavery in the confederacy on april fifteenth. Eighteen sixty five. What is the most unfortunate about. This story is that abraham didn't live to see his true dream of bringing the country together successfully though without a doubt it would not have happened. Without his incredible bravery envision for the country's future as a person abraham was described as good natured down to earth and a spokesman for the common man as a leader abraham was described at steadfast dedicated to his country into the task at hand. Whatever that may be the farm boy with no education would grow up to become one of the most respected in revered men in the history of his country without personally knowing abraham it is obvious that above all else his ideology was one of honesty. In virtue abraham was even willing to compromise on certain aspects of his views in order to maintain the integrity of the country as a whole that requires a strength and a belief in what you know in your heart to be right that is unmatched during his time period abraham was compared to another who was also adored in a mired president george washington abraham lincoln is legendary for uploading his beliefs in the face of overwhelming pressure and opposition simply unyielding to anything that threatened his country. Even its own people. When abraham was assassinated newspapers around the world reported on the loss of an individual of supreme moral principle honest abe was just that and he didn't need to be anything more because it was just simple. Honest abe who changed the course of the country forever. You can check us out at made of metal podcast dot com. You can also follow us on instagram. Facebook made of metal podcast altogether. And that's made of metal m. e. t. t. l. e. If you love the show and you'd like to support my passion for sharing these stories with you you can support me on by me. A coffee dot com. That's made of metal. We also have a membership program with monthly parts. You can also follow subscribed in review the show. Wherever you listen to your podcasts. As always my love. Thank you so much for listening. I so appreciate it. I love the feedback. I hope you guys are having amazing summer in bloom where you are.

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"abraham lincoln" Discussed on Made of Mettle

Made of Mettle

07:42 min | 2 months ago

"abraham lincoln" Discussed on Made of Mettle

"Abraham that led to this moment it seemed to be a complete failure on the surface for abraham but instead of it being the end of his career it catapulted him into the spotlight and gave him the opportunity of a lifetime to hold the highest political office of the united states as the president. I'd say it wasn't a defeat at all but a huge triumph in disguise. After pulling together his network of supporters abraham was able to do the impossible and was nominated as a presidential candidate on may eighteenth eighteen sixty at the republican national convention in chicago. At this point abraham had decided to focus all of his efforts on his presidential campaign putting his law practice to the rest and also creating a bit more stability in his party. We know was tough for him to put that law down Ramified you know. He was really dedicated. The democrats are reeling at the time divided while the republicans were trying to prevent a repeat of the dissemination of the whig party. The republicans were enlarge part composed of older members of the weight. Party abraham's goal which he'd said often was to bring the nation together and promote collaboration after his nomination abraham focused on connecting with the members inside his party bringing them together and leaning more moderately in his views. To avoid the divisiveness he'd witnessed. That brought the ends of the whig party in this election. Abraham ran against a total of four other candidates and won a clear majority of the electoral college. This of course meant that a farmer with about a year a former education that was born with close to nothing and without any clear advantages was elected as the president of the united states. Abraham was born without heuristic chrissy without access to the opportunities resources and networking that is usually available to those trying to achieve a position in a political office let alone one of the highest political offices in the united states so what had brought abraham to this point from a farmer to the president of the united states. Whatever it is it safe to say that it began within abraham himself. He had no clear leverage. No obvious path to the presidency. Just the desire to excel and bring the nation together. You have to give it to him although he was a flawed human being as we all are. It's quite satisfying a watches evolution. It would come in literally the nick of time because the country would need abraham strong leadership in belief in the union in the coming days more than ever. Unfortunately abraham was about to begin his journey into ruling a country that was completely divided. It's crazy to think that he'd call this. As abraham was quoted as saying the nation was becoming a house divided. This was a mainly because the expansion of slavery was becoming such a polarizing and partisan topic among the states with the southern states. Showing clear unending support immediately. Following abraham successful election. The first southern state south carolina would announce its decision to secede from the union abraham tried to prevent the impending conflict by introducing compromises to congress to essentially prevent further states from seceding. I like to highlight that. All this was going down before abraham had been officially inaugurated so he had even like officially started the job. When all this bs start having he essentially didn't even have time to celebrate his win before this impending war was creeping up on his doorstep although the compromises were able to buy a bit of time it wasn't enough to prevent the full succession. A total of seven states would secede from the union. inform the confederacy. This would mark the beginning of one of the bloodiest and longest wars that the united states had ever seen. And this is where. I'm going to stop in this episode. As we've covered a lot with abraham's early political career leading all the way up to his presidency the state of the nation would reach a boiling point and a volatility that even abraham could have predicted but without a doubt he stepped up and led the nation through crisis in a way that is beyond admirable in the next episode. We'll continue onto abraham's presidency and the insanity. That was the civil war. I liked to post some picks on my website of abraham lincoln before and after his presidency. So you can see just how weathered this man was by the end and before recording this. I'd actually visited gettysburg justice past weekend and really got to soak in a lot of the history and walk the battlefields and all that great stuff. I love history. If you guys can't tell so. I love visiting historical places and it was just so great to kind of like be there. You know boots on the ground and you know to to see all these monuments in into really really absorb what happened in gettysburg which was literally one of the bloodiest battles of the entire civil war. So thank you so much for joining me this week. I cannot express how much i am loving. All the comments. All the positive feedback. I also welcome critical feedback. You guys so if you have any improvements please let me know. I totally want to hear them. I also updated the website to include a form literally. Has its own page for you guys to go in. Submit your story or any suggestions for an upcoming episode so you can nominate yourself. Another historical icon. Someone you know all of that is welcome. I want to share all of these amazing stories with the world and help us all infuse a bit more motivation in our routines. So our hope. These stories are helping you just as much if not more than there helping me. So thank you again so much you can check us out at made of metal podcast dot com and you can also follow us at made of metal podcast on instagram and facebook. So that's made of metal m. e. t. t. l. e. if you love the show and he'd like to support my passion for sharing these stories with you. You can support me on by me. A coffee dot com backslash made of metal and we also just released our membership program with monthly perks. So if you wanted to just support on a monthly basis or you want to join our focus group please let me now semi a message Just say hi semi some comments. I love it. You can also follow subscribe and review the show wherever you listen to your podcast so as always my love's stay cool out here in this crazy humid summer and balloon where you are.

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Building a Seven-Figure Real Estate Business Using Other People's Money

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:04 min | 2 months ago

Building a Seven-Figure Real Estate Business Using Other People's Money

"Something to share that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with yes. What's up fire nation. So when it comes to real estate and entrepreneurship people think that you always have to work hard to accomplish your goals and your dreams. The reality is you gotta work smart. You gotta be able to delegate and and make sure that you are sharpening the saw and just be very efficient with your with your habits. Yeah what was that. Abraham lincoln quote that if he had an hour to cut down a tree he's been the i fifty five minutes sharpening the blade so thick above that fire nation. You're going through your process ends. As i mentioned in the introduction we have both kierra in khalil on the mike today. We're gonna be talking all about building a seven figure real estate business using other people's money so before you turned thirty you had a seven figure business. You owned an entire city block and baltimore. I mean how the heck does this even happen. I barely have my driver's license at thirty. Yeah i mean it was really when we were about a year out of college. We really trying to figure out what this whole thing was gonna look like. It was around the time period when we were talking about there not being enough funds for social security in people taking about their pensions or started. Put money in retirement funds our full-time jobs and we realized that this was not probably going to be it for us and that we really needed to figure out how to take the reins on what our future was going to look. Like and real estate became that space or we decided to get really focused and intentional about building our portfolio there for that long term flow being able to that appreciation but also be able to impact the community in the neighborhoods in which we are investing And so you know. We didn't have a trust fund. We weren't legacy you know real estate developers but really Decided to work smart and be intentional about how he's been our time to be able to build that portfolio

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"abraham lincoln" Discussed on Made of Mettle

Made of Mettle

07:20 min | 2 months ago

"abraham lincoln" Discussed on Made of Mettle

"With a total of maybe a year of education after passing the bar abraham would move to the capital of illinois springfield and would begin work for several different law firms. Eventually abraham settle into a position as a partner in a law firm with william herndon. The pair were described as a dynamic duo with totally opposite personalities in practice styles. William was also ten years younger than abraham described as a bit more radical in much less practical in his dealings still. This proved to be a lucrative partnership. In abraham was making a pretty painting. He travel many miles to other county circuit courts in order to take additional cases and earn extra cash in terms of his track. Record abraham was a pretty damn good lawyer as well. He'd one landmark cases for the illinois central railroad as well as a murder case that involves someone abraham new personally. Interestingly enough the murder cakes allowed abraham to use some of the knowledge he'd acquired while working as a farmer with his family the witness claim to have seen the accused commit the crime by moonlight by full moonlight to be specific in response abraham pulled out in almanac and rush rinse the moon phase for that night in question which noted that there was no full moon or any moon for that matter thus the witness was not telling the truth and it would have been too difficult for him to identify the accused as he claimed. This was enough to sow doubt in the jury in his client was acquitted of all charges abraham bill in awesome reputation as a hard working lawyer representing businesses and banks alike as well as a few criminal cases while working as a lawyer for a variety of defendants. We begin to note abraham's ability to communicate directly in genuinely with the public and how this served him well when making his case to the judge and jury around eighteen. Forty abraham would meet the woman he would marry mary. Todd mary todd was a well to do woman from kentucky who was described as outspoken and raise within the bourgeois and aristo christie of kentucky abraham and. Mary had drastically different upbringings which caused much confusion when the couple announced their engagement which i thought was very funny like hilarious. Like who abraham and mary while never saw that. Coming abraham despise the classism that was rampant within the communities of the elite due to these stark personality differences. They would eventually call it their engagement. Initially just a year later the couple would reconnect and get married. Abraham and. mary had four children together but unfortunately only one of his children survived to adulthood. They were described as involved parents. Although abraham was often on the road traveling to various cases and political engagements as you can expect abraham's thinking and perspectives were much different than most individuals heat encountered growing up in mostly poverty without any guidance towards culture or education or even exposure to different ways of thinking outside of self study but the thing was abraham. Didn't this absorb his life experiences. He also incorporated the themes and ideas. He'd learned abraham would often quote shakespeare and other poets dabbled in the belief of dream interpretation. And even how period where he read a bit of comedy it was also reported that abraham always loved and appreciated the theater we can also see the influence of growing up as the every man having to work through the problems presented by lack of government support throughout the country and how much the people were suffering because of it there was one trait that never changed throughout his career which one would think would make being lawyer. Quite difficult and matt is abraham's commitment to honesty and transparency. Abraham would create quite a notoriety for himself as one of the most respected and sought after lawyers in the state of illinois and that was because he was discerning genuine and believed in the foundations of the legal system to be in favor of the common man of course his most famous nickname wouldn't be dubbed until much later but we see those traits and abraham very early in his life. What i did want to highlight is that much of abraham's lifeless spent working with the public from working on a railyard to a shopkeeper to the postmaster which takes you and put you squarely in the homes and eventually hearts of your neighbors. Anyone who has worked with the public understands how that experience can humble you in a way that no other can. We see later on abraham's career. How that really influence his work in law politics and other areas of his life that would change the course of history for the country as a whole so. This is where. I'm going to stop in part one with his early life in career in law in the next episode. We'll talk about his growing role in in state politics and his eventual rise on the national stage abraham lincoln was a multifaceted individual who is known for not only his steadfast beliefs but his ability to connect with people in a way that change their perspective. It helped the nation cope and survived an american revolution. So you can follow made of metal podcast on instagram and facebook. You can offer check us out at made of metal podcast dot com the sites up there. I'm closing all the episodes there. You can also access our membership area via the site and that's made of metal that's m. e. t. t. l. e. you can also follow subscribe and review the show. Wherever you listen to your podcast. i'll be adding a form to the website so that you guys can send me your ideas. You can nominate somebody who you think would be great to cover and i would love to get those ideas i really want to incorporate and include you guys because this is a community effort so please check the website in you can always reach out to me. My email are the hippie. Jimoh dot com. Give any questions any concerns or you just want to say hi and as always thank you so much for listening. I am so appreciative. Thank you thank you. Thank you and bloom where you are planted..

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"abraham lincoln" Discussed on Made of Mettle

Made of Mettle

07:38 min | 2 months ago

"abraham lincoln" Discussed on Made of Mettle

"And growing that into something monumental in meaningful the individual will be talking about today has a story that really epitomized that ideal. Although this individual grew up with less than they would become one of the most honored and admired man in the history of the united states. This person had to struggle for most of their early life focused only on surviving in the coming days which were bleak at best. I personally love learning about this individual as i think. There's a lot of little tidbits that really humanizes figure. Instead of viewing them as this inaccessible idle so today will be discussing the humble the humanitarian the honest abraham lincoln abraham lincoln was born on february twelve eighteen o nine in hodgin ville kentucky abraham was born to parents. Thomas and nancy who had two other children unfortunately one of abraham siblings would die in infancy abraham's father. Thomas is described as a strong home setter. Who instilled in abraham early the importance of hard work and manual labor abraham's mother. Nancy was a stay at home mom who took care of the house in children and was described as quite religious. We'll discuss a bit more as to how religion played a role in abraham's viewpoints. A little later on abraham's family lived on a farm in kentucky when he was born but his family would have to move to indiana. On abraham was only seven years old due to a legal dispute with their land in indiana abraham and his family had even less than they started with in kentucky which was not saying much upon arrival. In their new home abraham's father set up a rudimentary camp that was on public land essentially as they were extremely poor. The family lived on the land illegally. Keeping a low profile. As they weren't really allowed to be there they live the life of true pioneers eating only what they could hunt and farming and working the land a hard existence which required a lot of young abraham. Although farm life was all that abraham new later on in life he'd say he disliked the difficult living in particular that hard time spent hunting animals for food eventually. Abraham's parents were able to buy the land. They're living on sadly abraham's mother. Nancy would become sick and passed away in eighteen eighteen at the young age of thirty four. When abraham was just nine years old this event left abraham inconsolable as any young child will be after the sudden death of his mother just over a year later. Abraham's father would remarry a widow who also had three children of her own. Sarah abraham's stepmother which described as warm kind and caring to all of the children equally in particular abraham formed a close relationship to his stepmother later giving her the moniker of angel mother. so sweet. What isn't very well known about. Abraham is that both of his parents were illiterate with very little to no education. This was the norm for rural america. At the time as children simply didn't have the time to devote to former education as they were spending their days working on the family farms or they just completely lacked access to it. Abraham was described as an ever curious boy who endured learning and would even walk miles to borrow a book although his parents weren't educated abraham stepmother was supportive and encouraged scholarly pursuits. Its reported that. Abraham would have an estimated total of one year a formal schooling in his lifetime which he attended intermittently in starts and stops around eighteen. Thirty abraham and his family would make a second move from indiana to illinois in which abraham himself helped with hurting the cattle to the new location. Abraham was a young adult in his early twenties around this time and use his family's move as an opportunity to strike it out on his own. He was described as tall strapping strong making him. A perfect candidate for a variety of labor physicians abraham's early career included working as a boatman and most famously a rail splitter two jobs that required a good amount of personal strength and vigor to complete. He'd also worked a few jobs in a small town as a shopkeeper as well as the postmaster. What's the most interesting is. That abraham sue beginnings brought him in close proximity with other everyday working men and women who made up the majority of american citizens during this time period witnessing match struggle and also experiencing yourself leaves an indelible impression on a person's perspectives and values. We see those early life. Experiences influence abraham's career for his entire lifetime around eighteen thirty two the black hawk war began and abraham was selected to lead as captain of a group of local volunteers little bit of that militia action though his company was not involved in any actual battles. This was an important time. For abraham as he was able to use his position to begin networking within the political and legislative sphere. Abraham actually joked that he'd had more battles with mosquitoes than with the actual opposition. during this time period. The man had a sense of humor. You can give him that quite witty to when she read a bit more of his quotes after his military service abraham had garnered a bit of a following within his town working with so many volunteers. Showcase abraham's excellent leadership skills and ability to connect with his peers this momentum abraham was elected as a representative to the state legislature in eighteen. Thirty four it was around this time. That abraham began to pursue an interest in a career in law and politics and this is also a great little tidbit that i really enjoyed learning. When abraham decided to become a lawyer remember. He had very little formal schooling at this point. Although it was reported that he'd always had a knack for mathematics. Instead of this being a hindrance it seemed to spur him to dive right into projects that most people would have turned down even with a cushion of a formal education. So abraham did what he loved a new best he read abraham would spend his days reading commentaries on the laws of england completely teaching himself in passing the bar exam to become a practicing lawyer in illinois totally by self again.

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Rep. Kevin McCarthy Says People Like Pelosi and Omar Are Tearing Us Down

Mark Levin

02:09 min | 3 months ago

Rep. Kevin McCarthy Says People Like Pelosi and Omar Are Tearing Us Down

"Uh, that enough information is getting out to, uh, suburbs and other places in this country where They're going to really go down to defeat big time this this election cycle. I am feeling a movement I have not seen before. And you know what's most interesting mark. It's not just conservatives. I'm hearing it from independence. I'm hearing it from Democrats. I'm hearing it from Democrats, moms who are waking up of what being taught in their schools when they shut down the schools and wouldn't let people go and they put it on zoom. People now paid attention to what these Individuals are saying and teaching. They are teaching you to hate one another. Based upon the color of your skin. Remember, I imagine it's in your book. What is the mark? Six taxes? How do you destroy America? You try to destroy the foundation. You want to hate the nation instead of love the nation. I mean, think about who they have in their party. Congresswoman Omar. Lord in a country that wasn't stabilized. She goes to account. And what does America do? What America does best opening up the arms and brings her into this nation. She becomes a citizen. But what do we do that another other nation will allow you to do you assimilate? You have just as much responsibility. Did anybody else you become a member of Congress less than 13,000 people have ever had the privilege. You would think she would love this nation instead of hate this nation. You would think you'd want to duplicate this instead of try to tear it down. You think you'd want to emulate it? Because when she became a citizen Abraham Lincoln was the Liberator. Martin Luther King spoke of her dreams, and now she wants to criticize it. America is exceptional. Mhm. Not perfect. We strive to be a more perfect union, but they want to tear us down and what they're trying to do is teaching to schools. People are waking up and are not going to take it any longer. Just how I'm not going to take it from Nancy Pelosi. This is fantastic, and you should know we've been working hard here. Behind this microphone, millions and millions of listeners. They are organizing. They are rising up. It's not just in a school board here or there, there are plans to do a whole lot more. And I want

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The Best (MM #3758)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

The Best (MM #3758)

"The Maison with Kevin nation in life were often fixated on the best the worst and it's all subjective I've talked before about the best pizza down the best fish sandwich. Even the best seat in the house. A lot of best's I've talked about, but in reality, it's just my opinion. When those cases the opinion of the people who wrote the article, I found on the internet, a recent story from I believe it's C-SPAN wage rates the presidents and of course, everybody's talking about it because where does President Trump fall Abraham? Lincoln is always first in Washington is always 2nd and FDR is always third. I think Pierce is always on the bottom, doesn't matter. It's all subjective. I can tell you the best presidents in my lifetime, at least based on my life, based on how things affected me at the time, being best the tops, it's all subjective, it all doesn't matter. At the end of the day, who's the best basketball player of all time, is a Michael Jordan is. LeBron James what about Wilt, Chamberlain? What about Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has Babe Ruth better than Henry, Aaron and baseball. It's all subjective and it all doesn't matter and just something to talk about we quest to be the best. It's only subjective dead.

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The Best (MM #3758)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

The Best (MM #3758)

"The Maison with Kevin nation in life were often fixated on the best the worst and it's all subjective I've talked before about the best pizza down the best fish sandwich. Even the best seat in the house. A lot of best's I've talked about, but in reality, it's just my opinion. When those cases the opinion of the people who wrote the article, I found on the internet, a recent story from I believe it's C-SPAN wage rates the presidents and of course, everybody's talking about it because where does President Trump fall Abraham? Lincoln is always first in Washington is always 2nd and FDR is always third. I think Pierce is always on the bottom, doesn't matter. It's all subjective. I can tell you the best presidents in my lifetime, at least based on my life, based on how things affected me at the time, being best the tops, it's all subjective, it all doesn't matter. At the end of the day, who's the best basketball player of all time, is a Michael Jordan is. LeBron James what about Wilt, Chamberlain? What about Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has Babe Ruth better than Henry, Aaron and baseball. It's all subjective and it all doesn't matter and just something to talk about we quest to be the best. It's only subjective dead.

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With 'American Marxism' Releasing Soon, We Have to Prepare Ourselves

Mark Levin

01:22 min | 4 months ago

With 'American Marxism' Releasing Soon, We Have to Prepare Ourselves

"Need to do is inform ourselves. I know you've heard a lot about critical race that we've heard a lot about some of the other theories. Relatively surface level or superficial way. I really want you to Drink yourself and what the enemy is doing. This is what George Washington would tell you Ahead of them. Continental Army. This is what you list success. Grant would tell you where Abraham Lincoln would have told you. This is what Patton would tell you. And we're taking it from a Absolutely not mostly peaceful, 100% peaceful. Perspective. The Marxists are violent. We are not. We can do things and one of the things we're going to do is go through some of their strategies. And steal them. And use them against them. We're going to have our own strategies. And use them. And we're going to talk about how we do this. How we How we engage many, many Patriots right now who are very upset, but Really kind of sitting on the sidelines ways we can do things without disrupting your life. Just a little bit of Of attention and focus. But it's now up to our generation. To save the country.

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Some Military Officials Don't Understand That Critical Race Theory Is Marxist Theory

Mark Levin

01:15 min | 4 months ago

Some Military Officials Don't Understand That Critical Race Theory Is Marxist Theory

"The men and women who fight for this country. These great Patriots for Supported less people who are illegal aliens and step one ft into our country before contributing a damn thing. To the United States military Doesn't get the funding it needs. And why should it? All it wants to do is defend us. And we have so called generals I say so called generals because their generals and there are generals You could ask Abraham Lincoln if he were alive today. Between great generals and the rest. But we don't have great generals at the top of the pyramid right now. We have politicians and military robe. Not all but too damn many of them. The head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff doesn't even understand the critical race theory is a Marxist theory. Ahead of our Navy doesn't even understand the critical race. There is a Marxist theory. And they embrace it. And G and China laughs.

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The Man in America Who Did More for African American Slaves Than Anyone Else Was Abraham Lincoln

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 4 months ago

The Man in America Who Did More for African American Slaves Than Anyone Else Was Abraham Lincoln

"The man in America who did more. For the African American slaves. Was Abraham Lincoln. And yet the critical race theory types and the rest said No, No, no. You don't understand. He wanted to send black people back to Liberia. He had different ideas and different thoughts. He becomes president, the United States. There's a civil war and he says We must keep the union together and we must destroy slavery. Frederick Douglass. Was skeptical of Lincoln became a huge Lincoln fan. As my dad wrote in his book. After the second inaugural address. The second shortest inaugural address in American history. And they profoundly brilliant and important speech that Lincoln wrote himself. Think it goes back to the White House. It's raining. The skies opened up when he gave a speech. By the way the sun came out. He goes back to the White House. They have a Sort of an inaugural event going on there. And he sees through the door that there's a little tussle going on. Does this black man is trying to get in to see the President Frederick Douglass. And he tells the equivalent of the secret service back then, the back off he wanted to talk to his friend. Frederick Douglass. It's Frederick Douglass, who Writes about this account. And Lincoln, says the Douglas What did you think? And Frederick Douglass said he could not have been more impressed.

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Juneteenth: A Celebration of Freedom

The Ten News

02:51 min | 4 months ago

Juneteenth: A Celebration of Freedom

"Many people think slavery ended on the day. Abraham lincoln issued the emancipation proclamation in january eighteen. Sixty three but it actually took more than two and a half years for it to become official throughout all of the confederate states. Our correspondent pamela. Kirkland calls up. He's a museum specialists in oral history at the national museum of african american history and culture in washington. Dc to explain a bit more about the history of the holiday. We'll just start with what is juneteenth. June taint juneteenth this great day that is celebrated because on june nineteen eighteen. Sixty five general. Gordon granger arrived in galveston texas with order numbers sri announcing that the enslaved were now free this is important because although the emancipation proclamation had been signed in eighteen sixty three it had a little to no impact almost of the enslaved throughout the south. Because if there weren't union soldiers there to enforce it it literally. Nothing in did not change of your life if you were enslaved human being in texas. Which was the westernmost state. There was very little union presence throughout the war so it was as if nothing had happened in fact there were slave owners. He moved west to continue. The practice of slavery moved to texas for that purpose so this day this was a big day. He arrived with almost two thousand troops. Some of whom were united states colored troops and they enforced this order. What what kind of the history. Of june teeth in the legacy. It's only recently really bad. It's become more widely known. Yes i well. It started in texas so immediately a year. After this announcement they have the first juneteenth In texas in houston. The african americans their a saved up. Money and bought land is specifically for this purpose that became emancipation park and it was practiced throughout texas In also places like oklahoma is started to slowly spread with the great migration in which you see different ways so it was celebrated through the turn of the century than it waned a little. Then you see it's coming back after the after world war two then. There was another big boost after the civil rights era after the sixties. What are some of the exhibits that highlight juneteenth And demands pation. We have an entire gallery devoted to slavery and freedom so there you will find of of many artifacts relating to we have the actual copy of Mation for example we have of many artifacts related to the underground railroad movement. Things that belong to harriet tubman such as show in our

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"abraham lincoln" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

04:29 min | 11 months ago

"abraham lincoln" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"Bro. His his wife. Julia den grit. How ever grant and his wife mysteriously changed their plans. It did not attend the play. Lincoln lincoln was attended with clara harris and henry rathbone during the play actor. John wilkes booth entered lincoln state blocks undetected and sharman the back of the head with a fucking little pistol. He also stabbed it was it was a little fucking pistol. You also stab henry. Rathbone the arm at the shooting. Lead them all the way up to shoulder. I think yeah he fucked him up like at the shooting. The president at the shooting. The president booth jumped out of the fucking box onto the stage. Which is crazy broke his leg. Yeah that's fucking that's decent man like you could fucking shit out. He broke his last hour movie. White men can't jump. yeah. I love that movie. Fuck your fucking woody harrelson. He broke his left leg and yells something that the eyewitness report as sic semper ten toronto's as always to tyrants supposedly said that there was another thing he said and he said suck my around and then. The south is avenge supposedly. That's what he said right. And that was one of the main. Things are really caught my attention when i was researching this because when when you read stuff like that and that type of language you go oh shit. Some some witchcraft type ship. But it was like you know pretty much he was he was a means of us. Ever to tyrants we see that right he probably had abraham lincoln derangement syndrome. Like we have people here today that have trump derangement syndrome where they hate the know what you know. It's the same thing of the shooting of Fuck scott what's the who's the most fucking john. The famous fuck man. I'm fucking blanking. The guy that the famous beetle that died in london. Yeah john lennon when mark david chapman killed him mark. David chapman was obsessed with the beatles and obsessed with him and he thought that he you know john john lennon was he thinks he was selling out because he talked about freedom and freedom and peace and and living by your own means but yet he had a flat new york. That was fucking hippies. Do it goes deep. So like when booth left booth and his accomplice. Continue to the plantation of samuel. Mudd doctor in maryland buds confederates. Sympathies ran deep and after setting boosts broken bone into a splendid and saying it was way he did not report the assassination to the authorities for this reason but was arrested and imprisoned until eighteen. Sixty nine them. So these were you talked about as co-conspirators co-conspirators. Lewis powell or pain or different. Yeah all actors. Which they're thespians man back then. There were thespian which is crazy. They attempted to assassinate the Secretary of state william seward but only managed to injure him david herold open company. Powell however herald fled before the deed was finished. Because you're obviously scared at the same time. George asrat as rod. Whatever the fuck aim is was supposed to have killed vice president. Andrew johnson but george did not go through with the assassination. Everyone was pretty much scared and you want to do. It was like okay. I'll fuck do it. So on april twenty six herold and booth were found hiding in a barn near port. Royal virginia and herold surrendered but booth refused to come out of the barn. It was set fire and sued. Chaos soldier shot and killed booth. And that's how. His death ends up happening. Eight lincoln more into the narrative. The narrative eight lincoln can conspire. Tories were conspirators. Another fucking dot com. We're caught over the next few days and we're tried by a military court interesting. I don't think we have that..

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"abraham lincoln" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

03:46 min | 11 months ago

"abraham lincoln" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"No dick's up his ass fucking shoving his poop up there and it is. i'm gonna keep ruined good episodes. Yeah and. I don't know the extent he may have suffered from your mercury poison because everything had mercury and at that time like. Oh it's good for you fucking take. This backstage and several claims have been made that. Lincoln's health was declining before the assassination. These often are based on photos of lincoln appearing to show weight loss and muscle wasting and is suspected that he may have a rare genetic disease known as marfan syndrome so like he had health problems. And it's funny that most of these people that are good presidents have health problems. Yeah he's skinny because he's the tw- inc but no but like jfk had a fucking health problems. It is fucking weird. Imagine if jfk. Imagine if lincoln jfk was the reincarnation of lincoln because they both had fucking crazy health problems. Saying that's fucking true. I say like that's crazy if their souls just end up. We can't ignore the fact that this country was founded on some weird us. Oh teric shed was right on fucking ages for that shit and it's like a one hundred percent. That's that's that's been proven already. But so let's let's jump into. I wanna talk a little bit about. John wilkes so anyways The the the war started wealthy. Everything went downhill from there. And let's jump over to. John wilkes booth my thing with with john wilkes. I didn't know that again. This is something. I learned from researching this which had a lot of fun. With was that he that he was actually very famous. It would it would be the equivalent to like deep murdering the president. He was one of the most famous actors at the time and he was very recognized. He was justice. Regina just free marlboro fucking again. This this john wilkes booth character was very famous. And and there's there's debates of how he gained access he had he had at the ford's theatre he had performed there before and he had connect us very familiar with the layout. And so we're going to be talking about april fourteenth. Eight hundred and sixty five actor john wilkes booth assassinated president abraham lincoln while he was watching the play quo guy getting all our american cousin at ford theatre in washington d. c. so talk a little bit about john wilkes booth at age seventeen john wilkes booth acting debut and the eighteen fifties joined the know. Nothing party that's an awesome name during the civil war. They that was a confederate secret agent in march of eighteen sixty five. His original plan was to kidnap. President abraham lincoln and obvious april fourteenth. He assassinated lincoln shit brow. Sorry abroad on. This booth was killed on april twenty six three days after my birthday. Eight hundred sixty five or row. Virginia according to the main narrative so he was born in maryland and go ahead bro. Just get into abraham. Lincoln is wife mary. Todd lincoln attend to play are america's cousin's cousin. That sounds like so bad. I know at ford's theatre on april fourteenth. Eighteen sixty five were accompanied by general us. What's fucking name useless grant. Because he's useless. Lists.

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"abraham lincoln" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

02:53 min | 11 months ago

"abraham lincoln" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"I love charlie chaplin chaplin. Hitler like fuck and he's like what the fuck you take my mustache and make a bad thing because they were around the same time chaplain made the movie the dictator which was making fun of hitler and that the end he made that famous speech. You know the speech and so that's amazing. My my favorite. I think the guy that played hitlerian inglorious bastards. That an awesome fucking one of my favorite movies. I love one hundred percent. Yeah guys guys the carriage with two. He's also filed to so. Yeah probably well. There's an fucking photo him. It's like a picture of him. he likes toes. he's in a foot fetish is and he's like he's like sucking on this girl's toe and people allies the photo and said the legs belonged to someone. Who's under the age of like fifteen. Just because of how big they are compared to his could be fucking. Yeah it's very weird. Wasn't he on the flight. Logs was the on the flight logs. Probably probably she. Probably abraham lincoln's eighteen sixty presidential campaign baber ham. lincoln joke is making fun of abraham. It's a fucking waste fraud joke man. So profile rose even higher in early in eighteen sixty after he delivered another rousing speech at new york. City's cooper union that may republicans chose lincoln as their candidate president passing over senate william h seward of new york and other powerful contenders in favor of the rangy illinois's lawyer with only one undistinguished congressional term under his belt and remember so one thing that i mentioned earlier. One of the things to keep in mind is that the powers that be that made this that. I believe made this happen exist today. So you had the democrats you had the republicans you had the reptilian types you had the rothschilds you have all these powerful people. These families thirteen blood. I think we should say might get into but the thirteen aluminum bloodlines fucked. And i'll go ahead and say it just in case the fucking people like. Oh yeah just in case fucking november nineteen twenty twenty five eastern standard notice that people sometimes cover the same subject as we ran three times and we have the dates and shit to prove that we i never copied anyone of my fucking life so over a million bucks. Oh fuck yeah. But that's you know that the bloodlines. I believe that entirely in nyc. Yes much as people want to be skeptical about david eick. He did do the research and trace these bloodlines back to sumerian age. It doesn't take the president to related that little girl. I did that one school project that was able to really all the us that was that was a fucking little girl. Did that shit..

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"abraham lincoln" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

History That Doesn't Suck

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"abraham lincoln" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

"Fire. John doesn't seem cowed. I only I only one leg give me some show for my life withdraw your men from fifty yards from the door and I'll come out and fight you fight you seriously. I'm guessing you're jealous enough to shoot a president of the United States your zealous enough to take on over twenty armed soldiers, but Luther doesn't want a shootout. He retorts you didn't come here to fight you off to take you prisoner, but we will take you dead or alive at this point Dave. He loses his nerve. He's had enough running and he definitely doesn't want to get into a firefight wage. Federal calorie John's co-conspirator exits the barn with his hands up soldiers immediately NAB him the youngest Garrett son Richard jr. Describes quote the Palm little wretch was dragged away whining and crying like a child and securely bound to a tree and the yard, he kept up his whimpering until the captain had ordered him gagged closed quote home with Davey out-of-the-way Everton Luther and Edward realized they're going to have to turn the heat up on John literally. They said a few Pine boughs on fire and put the Flaming branches up against the back corners of Old Barn the hay dried. Tobacco leaves and barn boards and immediately catch fire flames quickly light up the moonless night one soldier Sergeant Boston Corvette clearly see an armed John standing in the middle of barn Boston. It's all male heavy mutton chops decides to take action. He raises his Colt revolver takes off. through a gap in farm boards and shoes the bullet strikes John through the neck severing part of his spinal cord Lincoln's assassin slumps to the ground Boston later explains his decision. It was not through fear at all that shot him. But because it was my impression that it was time. The man was shot for I thought he would do harm to our men and trying to fight his way through that Den if I did not but instead of Boston shot Edward in a few soldiers rush into the barn and dragged John safely away from the now Raging Fire John's alive, but barely he's paralyzed from the neck down and can barely breath Only The Reflex action of his diaphragm keeps are moving in and out of his lungs. The gears put a mattress on the front porch a few soldiers Place limp languishing John on the mattress then run to get a local doctor as the Eastern Horizon grows lighter with the impending dong Doctor Charles urquhart arrives on the scene, but there is nothing he can do medical technology in 1865 can't save a person paralyzed from the neck down Everton Lutheran Edwards John's pockets. They find the small memo book in which John has been recording his thoughts while on the Run has ever since its near John and reads through the often rambling memo book entries. He notices John was trying to speak Everton leans down and puts his ear next.

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"abraham lincoln" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

History That Doesn't Suck

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"abraham lincoln" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

"Just as John and Davey bump into Willie jet Secretary of War Edwin Stanton and his staff are Lafayette Baker up in Washington DC get a reliable tip on their whereabouts a telegram back into the war office stating that two men were seeing rowing across the Potomac from Maryland, Virginia only five days ago Edwin and Lafayette jumped to action and assemble a team of 26 soldiers from the 16th, New York Cavalry to go after those men. Lafayette tasks detectives Everton Conger and Luther Baker along with Lieutenant Edward Dougherty to lead these Troopers and find John Wilkes Booth off the search party arrives in Port Royal less than 24 hours after John indeed, but they don't try to make friends with the locals throughout the morning of Tuesday, April 25th. The Posse her veins the citizens of poor economy in Port Royal trying to get a bead on John and gave e a free black couple William and Betty Rollins. Tell Luther Baker that they saw John and Davey just yesterday wage. There's elated. I cannot describe the thrill of intense satisfaction that came over me. When I heard this statement. I was positive. I had struck the trail will even Betty informed the blue LED soldiers that John and Davy had been traveling with Willie jet local boy who was courting a young woman in nearby bowling green if the soldiers find Willie, they might also nap John his page twelve miles of well-maintained shaded Road between Port Royal and Bowling Green Everton Conger decides to check out William and Betty's tip at 11 p.m. In Bowling Green. Everton boss has his men to quietly surround the star hotel while he and Edward Dougherty go inside the question Willie, but there's no way that the young recently paroled confederate soldier. We'll try to run when he's roughly Wrong by two armed Federal officers. In fact once every ten explains just who they are after will he hastily agrees to help he States? I know who you want and I will tell you where they can be found really only want some assurance that he won't be arrested for helping a criminal everything complies and.

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"abraham lincoln" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

History That Doesn't Suck

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"abraham lincoln" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

"While Lewis Davey and George go after their targets John heads to the theater at 9 p.m. John leads his horse down Baptist alley that leads to the rear stage door of the theater package knows this area like the back of his hand and doesn't attract any attention to himself. He knocks on the northeast back door and stagehand Edmund angler opens it for him had been knows John. So when the Charming actor asks admin to hold his horse for a minute while he grabbed something inside Edmund doesn't think twice the stagehand gets the theaters off a seller Joseph boroughs to hold the horse while he and John step inside Edmond gets back to work and John finds trap door that leads to the basement under the stage. The play has just stopped off and John doesn't want to disturb it yet. He quietly walks on the dirt path under the stage coming up on the opposite side. He leaves by the South Side exit and head to the saline next door to log. For his moment now, he's in the perfect place to enter the theater from front while his horse Waits at the back easy entrance easy Escape at 10:00 on leaves his Whiskey on the bar and exits Saloon. He walks to Ford's Cooley enters the front lobby and makes his way upstairs to the Dress circle on the second floor. It's crowded young actors on stage are playing to a packed house tonight. John winds his way through sitting and standing theater patrons towards the president's box. But Union Army Captain Theodor McGowan sits John's Pass Theodore later recalls. I was sitting in the aisle leading by the wall toward the door of the president's box when a man came and disturb me in my seat causing me to push my chair forward to offer him pass theater watches as John enters the president's Theater box, but doesn't register the danger. His commander-in-chief is in now. You know what happens next as the theater patrons and actors taken the fact that President Lincoln has just been shot. John Wilkes Booth makes his getaway. He dashes off the stage toward Northeast door where his horse is waiting for him. One witness says quote you ran with lightning speed across the stage and disappeared beyond the scenes off the whole occurrence the shot. Delete the Escape was done while you could count 8 close quote. Well, maybe another witness claims John limped painfully like the home of a frog either way John charges out the back door taking his horse and theater and Joseph Broz by complete surprise. Assassin fascist Joseph on the head with butt of his knife Paul Joseph grasps his head and pain John gallops into the darkness. One quick side note. It's worth pointing out that John claims. He broke his left leg as he jumped onto the stage. If that's the case. He runs out of the theater mounts his horse and rides away with a broken leg. But historian Michael Kaufman doesn't believe John's version. He claims that John will break his leg when his horse trips and rolls over on him a few miles outside the city we can know for sure. Who's right. All I can tell you is that John has a broken left leg by the next morning, but let's not get ahead of ourselves a little to shovel from a hard ride home on meets up with Davey Harold on Cypress Hill about eight miles south east of Washington DC. Davey was supposed to help Lewis Powell attacks Secretary of State Seward, but left Lewis on his own a strong job young man doesn't volunteer that info to John the to head south hoping to outrun anyone who might come looking for them at 4 a.m. John's leg is definitely broken. So he and David stopped at the home of dr. Samuel Mudd now Sam has met John before but it's been a while and John looks terrible. He's traveled all night and thrown from his horse and broke his leg so we can almost believe that Sam isn't lying when he later tells authorities that he doesn't know his middle of the night patient is John Wilkes Booth almost Samsung John's Broken left fibula without question and orders the patient to get some rest then the young doctor goes about his business like any other Saturday, but Sam's wife Frankie thinks is a little suspect that John asks for a razor and shaved off his very noticeable handlebar mustache in the early afternoon. Does she suspect that her houseguest might be a part of now widely publicized assassination. John and Dave you don't sit around waiting to find out they continued their Journey South that evening getting help along the way from a well-connected chain of Confederate sympathizers John takes time, right his thoughts about murdering Lincoln in his small memo book but he wants to know what people think of him one afternoon a local name Thomas Jones brings John and Davey some food John asks him. What does the world Beyond this swamp think Thomas has a few newspapers that will answer John's question. The Saint Louis Republican declares quote God only knows what incentives held this devil to the commission of this horde in damning crime, but one thing is certain no man has ever been so effectually damned to Everlasting Fame as J Wilkes Booth the perpetrator of this cowardly dastardly crime close quote. This anger is John who sees himself as a brave Liberator. He defends himself in his journal ice bath. Boldly and not as the paper say but there's no time to brood was plenty of help from locals who give them food shelter and rides John and David Cross the Potomac River and make it in a 15 miles south to the banks of the Rappahannock River in the morning hours of April 24th and here at Port Conway, Virginia. John and Davy run into a huge Stroke of Luck up until now the two men have been relying on the strength of their connections and the very much intact Confederate sympathizer information train, but on the afternoon of April 24th, John and Dave happen upon three friendly paroled Confederate soldiers, including eighteen-year-old Willie jet Davey turns on the charm of a seasoned con artist and Strikes up a conversation with Willie and his friends our daily lives better than George Clooney's character Danny ocean in Ocean's Eleven. Well, John rests on the banks of the river Dave, he puts on his best puppy dog look and tells the soldiers. He's also a recently off. Old confederate soldier who saw action at Petersburg, he and his injured brother are just trying to get home but they need help getting across the river and finding a place to stay in a seriously Dave. He knows all the right heartstrings to pole bully and his friends readily agreed to help a couple of fellow soldiers. In fact, will he even suggests that he knows a nearby place and John who are of course not using their real names can stay by 3:00 John Davey Willy and his two friends have ferried across the Rappahannock off Port Royal and are on their way to a local farmer known for his hospitality and friendliness to Confederate soldiers,.

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"abraham lincoln" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

History That Doesn't Suck

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"abraham lincoln" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

"That's a hard scene to move on from but we still have unanswered questions. What have Lincoln's killer. Where is John Wilkes Booth or his co-conspirators to get these answers. I need to go back to March 15th meet John and his accomplices and hear how they're planning to bring down. The union came about rewind Thursday. It's March 15th at gautier's restaurant on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington DC a group of six men sit in a private room eating a late meal and talking in low voices off. John Wilkes Booth leads the conversation the handsome mustachioed actor sits with Lewis Powell and George. Atzerodt Who we've already met John Sarah whose mother runs a well-known boarding house here in town and Michael a Lachlan and Samuel Arnold the only one missing from this Inner Circle of conspirators is round-faced Davey Harold, but John and the Others make plans. Anyway, here's the deal John has been circling around the idea of kidnapping link and since last year's election, he failed once and is chomping at the bit to try again. So he and his co-conspirators have just scoped out Ford's Theater on 10th Street Lincoln often attends shows there with John's inside knowledge and connections to the theater. It makes a perfect place to stash the president and hold him for the exchange of Confederate pows. Sera tells us quote after some difficulty. Everything was amicably arranged and we separated woke 5:00 in the morning close quote. Now. All they have to do is wait for Lincoln to go to a show but nearly a month later John is still waiting. I guess the president of a country wage war with itself doesn't go the theater. That much is Bobby Lee surrenders to you list at Appomattox and the fighting comes to an end John's playing grows from kidnapping to assassination. And that's why on April eleventh when John Davey and Luis are standing on the White House lawn listening to Linkin speak the Confederate sympathizing actor makes more than an idle threat phone number what John says after hearing Lincoln wax eloquent on reconstruction. That is the last speech. He will ever make by God. I'll put him through only three days later John sees an opportunity to go through with his long-anticipated plan a little after 10 a.m. On Friday April 14th. John goes to Ford's Theater to pick up his mail wage. See the actor doesn't actually have a permanent address. So he has his fan mail as well as his bills and personal letters sent here. While at the front desk John over here is a messenger requesting that to upper-level theater boxes be reserved for President Lincoln General Grant and they're guess like the soldiers. He never was John jumps into action across the afternoon the actor runs several important errands like renting a horse for getaway transport. Well John's out on Pennsylvania Avenue a carriage Rolls by with the Ulysses and Julia Grant inside if you listen, Julia will be at the theater. It's night. Why are they riding toward the train station right. Now the Curious actor mounts his horse and chases down the carriage. Julia describes smoked. We were nearing the railway station when a man overtook us Drew alongside and leaning down. Into our Carriage then he wheeled his horse and rode furiously away close quote John seems to have confirmed. Grants won't be at Ford's Theater tonight. That information doesn't distract him at 8:00 John meets with Lewis George and gave you to hand out the final assignment. It's time to put his plot to assassinate the president and leave the United States government leaderless into motion..

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"abraham lincoln" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

History That Doesn't Suck

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"abraham lincoln" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

"The following day Wednesday April twelfth Lincoln and his cabinet discussed reconstruction specifically reconstruction in Virginia in brief. The cabinet fears Lincoln is being too trusting last week. He gave his Blessing to the Virginia legislature to meet with the understanding. They would vote to rescind secession Attorney General James speed as well as war and navy secretaries Edwin's sneak in and getting Wells. Hey Kea marze in Neptune expressed grave concerns about this Lincoln is his own man, but not want to ignore his advisors. Furthermore word is coming in that these legislating Confederate Virginians are already starting to push the bounds given them with these combined factors. The Presidents had enough goes to the war department and dictates a telephone granted General Godfrey Weitzel instructing him to his send the permission previously granted to the old Dominion's legislature poor Lincoln. He's trying to proceed carefully generously yet just wage. With reconstruction, that's a tough needle to thread and he feels it the weight of it all is apparent in the conversation. He has with Edwin Stanton as the war secretary tries to resign wage. The details are lacking. There's more than one version of how this chat goes while I would guess. It happens today during Lincoln's visit to the war department. It might have been any day this week. How with the war over Edwin feels it his duty to resign. The rail splitter is touched at his sense of Duty but won't habit. He needs Mars according to age Lincoln grabs him gently by the shoulders and says Stanton you cannot go reconstruction is more difficult and dangerous than construction or destruction. You have been our main Reliance. You must help us through the Final Act. Damn, and to think that called action on reconstruction is one of the last things Lincoln will ever say to his beloved Mars. You can imagine how that will stick with an impact Edwin. And yes that is foreshadowing for a future episode or to Thursday April 13th brings yet more celebration particularly as Ulysses S Grant in his wife Julie arrived in Washington City Bells guns Flags. I mean, you know the drill at this point in his days long celebration you list spends hours with Edwin Stanton a discuss an inch recruiting and cuts to military spending and staff. I seriously wonder if two individuals have ever been happier to see their own Department cut their wives Julia Grant and Ed Stanton join them that afternoon and Julia can't help but know how happy Edwin is the usual grumpy can't fight his Joy not even behind that massive long beard of his birth. The war secretary even host a party that evening at his home bands play as they watch fireworks that night on the front steps. What a great movie how.

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"abraham lincoln" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

History That Doesn't Suck

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"abraham lincoln" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

"It's late. 1864 Abraham Lincoln is one a second term Confederate cities are falling left. And right the CSA is against the ropes and a twenty-six-year-old. Marylander is determined to remedy that now this young man is already helping the Confederacy. God knows the high wages. His theatrical talents command on stage is from Boston Washington City have bought plenty of quinine for the rebels his Union loyal sister has noted the calluses on his hands from personally rowing across the Potomac to smuggle the valuable medicine, South, Georgia. But the metaphorical hours late it's time for a move far greater proportions. The Confederacy needs more men and since the union refuses to carry out prisoner exchanges, as long Confederate leaders refused to return black pows, the handsome mustachioed pale-skinned actor with jet black hair has come up with a bold plan. He'll kidney the one man For Whom the us would have to exchange thousands of Confederate soldiers President Abraham Lincoln. I made his preparations recruiting accomplices and meeting with the Confederate Secret Service. He's also writing a letter it's undated but should his kidnapping plot fail this Manifesto long. Will he believes explain know justify his actions? The letter is self-contradicting at times and full of dramatic Flair. You might expect from one who spends his life on a stage. Let's read over his shoulder as the ink flows from fountain pen to paper. To whom it may concern right or wrong. God judge me not man for be my motive good or bad of one thing. I am sure took the lasting condemnation of the North. I love peace more than life have loved the union Beyond expression for four years have I waited hoped and prayed for the dark clouds to break and for restoration of our former sunshine to wait longer would be a crime. All hope for peace is dead. My prayers have proved as Idle as my hopes God's will be done I go to see and share The Bitter End. I have ever held the South were right the very nomination of Abraham Lincoln four years ago. Spoke plainly war war waged on southern rights and institutions does the election proved it wait an overt act. He has till you are bound and plundered what Folly The South was wise postings of argument or patients when the finger of his enemy presses on the trigger people of the north to hate tyranny to love liberty and justice to strike it wrong and oppression off the teaching of our fathers the study of our early history will not let me forget it and may it never This country was formed for the white not for the black man and looking upon African slavery from the same standpoint held by the noble framers of our constitution home. I for one have ever considered it one of the greatest blessings both for themselves and us that God has ever bestowed upon a favored nation witnessed heretofore our wealth and off our witness their elevation and Enlightenment above their race else where I have lived among it most of my life and have seen less harsh treatment from mastered a man than I have long held in the north from father to son yet heaven knows no one would be willing to do more for the Negro race than I could I but see a way to still better their condition dead. But Lincoln's policy is only preparing the way for their total Annihilation the South are not nor have they been fighting for the continuance of slavery the First Battle of Bull Run did away with that idea there cause since for war have been as Noble and greater far than those that urged our fathers on even should we allow they were wrong at the beginning of this contest cruelty off Injustice have made the wrong become right and they stand now as a Noble Band of patriotic Heroes here after reading of their deeds Thermopolis will be forgotten when I aided in the capture and execution of John Brown. I was proud of my little share in the transaction for I deemed it my boss and that I was helping our common country to perform an act of justice. But what was a crime and poor John Brown is now considered as the greatest and only virtue of the home. Republican party strange transmigration Vikes to become a virtue simply because more indulge in it. The South can make no choice. It is either extermination or slavery for themselves worse than death to draw from. I know my choice. I have also studied hard to discover upon what grounds the right of a state to secede has been denied. When are very name United States and the Declaration of Independence both provide for secession, but there is no time for words. I write in haste Alas poor country. Is she to meet her threatened Doom 4 years ago. I was given a thousand lives to see her remain powerful and unbroken and even now I would hold my life as not to see her what she was. Oh my friends if the fearful thoughts of the past four years had never been enacted or if what has been had been but a frightful Dream from which we could now awake was what overflowing Hearts could be bless our God and pray for his Continued favor how I have loved the old flag. It never be known a few years since and the entire world could boast of nuns. So pure and spotless. May I have of late been seen and hearing of the bloody Deeds of which she has been made the emblem and which shudder to think how changed she has grown? Oh how I have longed to see her break from a list of blood and death that circles around her folds spoiling her beauty and tarnishing her owner, but no day-by-day has she been dragged deeper and deeper into cruelty E fresh until now in my eyes her once bright red stripes look like bloody gashes on the face of habit. I look now upon my early admiration of her glories as a dream. my love is for the South alone nor do I deem it a dishonor and attempting to make for her a prisoner of this man whom she oh so much misery it Confederate doing Duty upon his own responsibility J Wilkes Booth Welcome to.

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"abraham lincoln" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"abraham lincoln" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

"Other memorials are dedicated to him in different parts of the country. The Lincoln Memorial in Washington is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. It houses many memorabilia from Lincoln's personal life and office tenure. He has been a subject of many Hollywood films and has been portrayed as one of America's greatest heroes. President Barack Obama named Abraham. Lincoln is his favourite president. He used Lincoln's Bible for his oath ceremony as a tribute to the president. Fact you probably didn't know. Lincoln is the one who declared the final Thursday of November to be celebrated as the National Thanksgiving holiday. Lincoln's bodyguard was missing when Lincoln was assassinated. He took part in wrestling matches before he became actively involved in politics. Lincoln was an animal lover and would have opened an animal shelter after his retirement if he was not assassinated. He survived an assassination attempt in the year eighteen, sixty four as the bullet fired at him. Hit his hat. It was claimed that Lincoln's health started to deteriorate even before his assassination he had developed a rare genetic disease that led to muscle wastage. This podcast on Abraham Lincoln helped you learn about Abraham Lincoln the struggles he went through and his achievements even though he was constantly depressed almost all his life he found a reason to live all his life here remain true to his country and people and carved his name in history. So whenever you are in a dire situation and doing something illegal looks like the easy way out remember what Abraham Lincoln said. Whatever you are the a good one. To listen to more interesting podcasts or read interesting articles on finance health history life stories, and science download our APP from apple and Google play stores are APP is called was Suru and spelled W. I s. you are you..

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"abraham lincoln" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"abraham lincoln" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

"Skills argue with each other there he noticed that lawyers often referred to books like the United States, constitution and the Declaration of independence. So he read all these books thoroughly then eighteen thirty, five Abraham Lincoln started to study law on his own. He read law using books borrowed from a law firm and a judge and September of the following year. After passing oral examination, he got the license to practice law he began his practice soon after. Personal Life. He met his first love interest in the following years but she passed away due to typhoid fever. He then met another woman but the relationship died after they both agreed that it was not working. In eighteen thirty, nine Lincoln met Mary Todd a woman who later became his wife and mother of his children they got married in eighteen, forty, two, the couple settled in Springfield near Lincoln's law office. The couple had four sons two of whom died aged four and twelve due to burke yellow says and fever respectively. Entering the US House of Representatives. The eighteen forty three Lincoln decided to contest the election for the United States House of representatives from the seventh Congressional district. However, the Whig Party in which Lincoln was a member nominated John J harden. So he couldn't get a nomination for that election. Three years later when his party nominated him, he won his opponent by securing fifty six percent of the votes and became an active member of the House of Representatives. He introduced the House to a bill to abolish slavery, but he dropped it when it got no support from his own party. He extended his support to nominate General Zachary. Taylor in the eighteen forty, eight presidential elections, Taylor won and became the president of the USAA. After Taylor one Lincoln was not given a post he anticipated. So he decided to continue his law practice as the given post would have ended his political career in Illinois. As a lawyer, he won many cases due to his clean reputation he came to be known as honest Abe. The Kansas Nebraska Act? For several decades, the abolition of slavery has been a heated topic in the USA. It divided the USA into two factions demographically the northern and the southern states. The southern states wanted to expand slavery whereas the northern states wanted to abolish it. In. The eighteen fifties when the USA was expanding deciding if the newly acquired states should abolish slavery or not became a big problem. So a Democratic senator. Cold. Stephen. Douglas proposed a solution the solution passed in eighteen, fifty, four, the Kansas Nebraska Act aimed to let the people of the states decide if they wanted slavery or not. This upset. The delicate balance between the northern states in the southern states which were equal in number as a result a civil war in the country between the northern and southern states became inevitable. This act also annoyed the northern Democrats who opposed slavery. So they quit the party and joined the relatively new Republican. Party. Bree emergence as a leader. The Kansas Nebraska made Lincoln enter politics. Once again, he opposed this act strongly as he opposed slavery and all forms in all his speeches. So he joined the Republicans in the year eighteen, fifty six and became a leader of the Republicans in Illinois soon after. Then, the eighteen fifty six US Senate elections Abraham Lincoln contested against Stephen Douglas even though he lost that election after a series of moving debates Lincoln's presence in the political scene. made him a favorite among the masses. People called him the next Republican presidential candidate. The sixteenth president of the United States of America. For the eighteen sixty presidential elections Abraham Lincoln was chosen as the presidential candidate by his party. Ironically, Lincoln never gave any speeches during his campaign. He led his life story play its part however other Republicans supported him with their speeches they developed such elaborate campaigns portraying Abraham Lincoln as a hero that other candidates looked so small and weak in front of Lincoln and his story. The heroic story of a poor farm boy who becomes the president of the USA appeal to the vast majority of the people. So Abraham Lincoln won the election and become the president of the USA on six November eighteen sixty. He was the first Republican leader to do so. He obtained most of his votes from the northern states has none of the slaveholding southern state supported him due to his stand against slavery in the run-up to his inauguration, he tried to convince the southern states for a political compromise, but none of his efforts made any difference. The seven slaveholding southern states left the USA, which was also called the union back. Then they formed their own sovereign nation called the confederate states of America or the confederates. The polishing. Slavery. Then the following four years Lincoln braved the civil war and painstakingly rallied to bring the states into the Union. He had many health issues during the time including depression for which he took mercury pills that affected his health the trauma of losing a son during his presidential term also added to his depressed mental state. In eighteen, sixty, two Lincoln signed the emancipation proclamation giving freedom to slaves of ten states that didn't fall under the union this proclamation three point nine, million slaves this freed many slaves, but it did not stop slavery altogether however this convinced. Lincoln that they can put an end to slavery if they fought strongly. Then eighteen sixty four Lincoln successfully managed his second presidential campaign and was reelected in November. He delivered his second inaugural address in eighteen, sixty five years all his efforts to reestablish the southern states that had withstood the worst of the war. Lincoln rallied to pass a constitutional amendment that aim to abolish slavery. In his second attempt. He gathered the majority and passed the amendment. This came to be known as the thirteenth amendment to the US. Constitution. The SASSY NATION On the evening of fourteen to April eighteen, sixty, five Lincoln had gone to enjoy play with his wife and General Grant. John Wilkes booth, a spy actor from the confederate states of America had attended. Lincoln's speech on Eleventh April eighteen sixty five in this speech Lincoln had spoken about bringing voting rights for black people hearing that booth decided to assassinate Lincoln and his allies. While the murder attempts of Lincoln's allies failed both successfully entered Lincoln's theatre box and shot him in the head Lincoln remained in a coma for the next nine hours and succumbed to his injuries on the morning of fifteenth. April eighteen sixty five vice president Andrew Johnson was sworn in as the president, the following morning. Booth. Lincoln's murderer was captured from a farm in Virginia after two weeks he had to be killed as he refused to surrender to the police the. Lincoln was laid to rest after taking his body in a funeral train all throughout the country so that morning citizens could take a last look at their president an estimated twenty, five million people attended a memorial service. He was buried in the Oak Ridge cemetery in Springfield his wife and sons are also buried in the same cemetery. There were some attempts to steal Lincoln's remains in the following years, but they were all prevented. Lincoln's Tomb has been five times and his remains have been moved seventeen times to date. Legacy. Lincoln was one of the greatest presidents America has seen. His portrait can be seen on the five dollars bill and Penny. His image was also carved on the Mount Rushmore memorial that features the four US president sue personify by America's story many stamps, feature him, and many.

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"abraham lincoln" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

11:43 min | 1 year ago

"abraham lincoln" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Abraham where in the Lord's name Abraham you look in. Are You well. No I'm not Mary. I cannot cannot stand. Continue this path with you. I cannot marry you I am. Ill prepared in unfit for this role but this duty required of me very dear believe me. There's a shadow on my heart. Get Out Linkin at age. Thirty three an ancient bachelor by the standard of those times called old off the engagement. Not Quite Ready For Holy Matrimony. After Lincoln ran from the prospect of marriage he fell into deep case of the hypo writing in a letter. Are I am now the most miserable man living. If what I feel we're equally distributed to the whole human family. They would not be one cheerful face on earth but he and Mary later reconnected. At a social event after what many described as a tumultuous courtship the two eventually married on November fourth eighteen. Forty two you. As Lincoln was preparing nuptials. A friend asked where he was headed to. Hell I suppose was Lincoln's response. They had a dynamic and colorful full relationship on the one hand she was trusted adviser to him and continually support his political ambitions on the other hand their personalities and way of life clashed lashed he cared little about his entire image was everything to her. He was calm got along with everyone. She was quick tempered and coralled with just about everybody from how staff to his friends and even political advisors Lincoln and Mary had four children. All Boys. Only the oldest Robert lived into adulthood. He later served in Republican administrations. Little Edie died of a long illness when he was only three years old Springfield Illinois before Lincoln left for the White House. US William Thomas Three years apart and mischievous little codgers. According to their father both moved into the White House with Marian Lincoln the boys. I've had friends over and owned many pets including ponies and goats the goats will even pull carts inside the White House. Lincoln was known for Being an affectionate father carrying the boys on his shoulders so they could touch the rafters in the White House however he was often gone and therefore unavailable to the boys leaving leaving Mary much of the child rearing when they were permissive. Parents Allowing William Thomas or Tad short for tadpole to run wild in the White House but feisty I e boys brought cheer to an often damper mood due to the war yet. Tragedy hit the Lincoln family once again when Willie came down with a fever most most likely typhoid who died when he was only eleven years. Old Lincoln mourned and Willie's room for two days and refused any correspondence for another four days. As Mary was inconsolable holding seances in the White House and attempt to connect with her dead son Mary. Todd's mental and emotional stability eventually eventually deteriorated especially when tad passed at eighteen years old six years after Lincoln's assassination. We'll return to our story in just a moment. And now back to the life of Abraham Lincoln in referring to Lincoln's family and marriage to marry. It is worth noting a controversial question. There is a contentious debate among historians and scholars over Lincoln in sexuality. Meaning was Abraham Lincoln Gay some claim he wrote love letters to his roommate and lifelong best friend. Joshua the speed others contend beyond this that he was indeed homosexual and continued to sleep with men throughout his presidency but several historians point to the fact that he was a staple staple at certain brothels before he was married although he did share a bed with Joshua that was a common practice in those days without many hotels traveling men often shared the bed with two or three other men. Also close friendships between men were more common and society permitted more emotional intimacy than what is thought of as normal for today and as I mentioned earlier after Lincoln broke off his first engagement to Mary. Todd he fell into a depression and the following year Joshua became engaged. Gauged to Fanny Henning. Then it was Joshua who was overwhelmed by depression both men it seems were paralyzed with fear at the thought of intimacy with the woman Lincoln wrote a letter to his good friend. Consoling him when this show reach you. You will have been fanny's husband several days. You Know My desire to befriend and you is everlasting. That will never cease while I know how to do anything and she will always hereafter be on grounds that I have never occupied and consequently if advice for needed I might advise wrong. I would desire you. Give my particular respect to fanny but perhaps you will not wish to know you have received this less. She should desire to see it. ps I have not been quite a man ever since he left despite the nature nature of their friendship in either capacity the two companions didn't always see eye to eye deep within the very soil of our land that all men have certain unalienable cleanable rights is that not the sacred ground we so defended against the tyrants Britain a land of freedom for the White Man Abraham for all all men Joshua every man deserves the opportunity to rise in the morning without shackles around his neck so that he might indeed rise to his own greatest. Data's potential. Your politics are blasphemous. You are no longer the humble man who came to me in need near a score ago I am him he he is i. We are one of the same. Can One not expand his views yet still remained rooted in itself. The whigs have expanded you into who an arrogant and irrational food lay. They have opened my eyes. Then I no longer know you wide eyed friend. Perhaps this is our a final parting. Goodbye Abraham Joshua Joshua don't be foolish despite their differences Lincoln and speed remained close friends until his death and Lincoln's ability to articulate his side without alienating knitting those against him proved to be a great strength in his career as a lawyer and politician while serving in the Illinois state legislature. Lincoln taught himself. Mm Self Law passed the bar and in nineteen thirty seven started practicing. He moved to Springfield and became a successful attorney representing presenting big companies and individuals in a respectable manner. He earned the nickname and reputation. Honest Abe but Lincoln had his sights set on more than and just law ambition for life in politics glowed in his eyes. He was eventually elected to Congress but served only one term due to an informal one term rotation system Lincoln's unpopular stance on the Mexican war claiming James Polk not the Mexican started it as well as opposing any land gained from the war. Becoming slave territory cost a successor. Stephen t Logan the seats in Congress discouraged by the defeat he felt was his fault. He returned to Springfield appealed to practice law but not for long. He was thrust back into politics with the passing of the Kansas Nebraska. Act which divided the lines for slave and the free states even more sharply. It revoked the ban on slavery in the Louisiana Purchase territory north of a certain line of demarcation opening Kansas Territory Tori to slavery a civil war between pro and anti slavery factions erupted in Kansas and almost seven year precursor to the bloodiest war are ever fought on American soil before eighteen. Fifty four Lincoln had said little about slavery yet by opening in all of the Louisiana purchase territory to slavery north of thirty six degrees thirty minutes. Lincoln believed the Kansas Nebraska. Act Had reversed the course of the founding in father's well he believed when they adopted the Declaration of Independence and enacted the northwest ordinance of seventeen eighty seven barring slavery from most of the existing existing territories the founding fathers were against the spread of slavery. That was why Lincoln was so bothered. The Kansas Nebraska Act was going directly against against with the great leaders of our nation had intended so lincoln ran as the candidate for senator but lost by a slim margin once again. He went back to Springfield film to practice law but continued in politics helping to form the Republican Party in eighteen fifty six a party. Based largely on keeping the union whole and taking a stance against slavery slavery is a monstrous injustice at deprives a Republican example of its just influence in the world enables the enemies of free institutions with plausibility to talk says hypocrites with the Kansas Nebraska Act. A Republican Publican. Robe is soiled and trailed in the dust lettuce ripe europhile. Let's readopt the declaration of Independence and and with the practices and policy which harmonize with it. During the party's convention. He lost a bid for the nomination as vice president and that year the Democratic Credit candidate James Buchanan won the presidency a major victory for the south three years later. Lincoln ran again as a senator against Stephen Douglas. The two had more than just political competition boiling at one time Douglas had also courted Mary. Todd their beef went way back. The two opponents entered into a famous series of heated debates house divided against itself cannot stand it can and and it has so explain to our townsfolk. Why the country cannot continue to exist? Half slave and half free has it has for the past seventy years. I believe this government cannot endure as such permanently half slave in half free it will eventually become all one thing or all all the other and only one is righteous your rhetoric about slavery optimist extinction will only drive the south into secession. And is it not true. You believe in Negro equality. I believe all men deserved Fredo. Oh you in favor of conferring upon the Negro the rights and privileges privileges of citizenship. Do not speak on racial equality to the white man. Merely a human being's right to be free. India desire desire to turn this beautiful state into a Free Negro Colony. It altered that when Missouri Abolish slavery she can send one hundred thousand emancipated page slaves into Illinois to become citizens and voters on an equality with yourselves. Lincoln lost the election once again left to lick his wounds but his performances at the debate gave him notoriety throughout North Lincoln. used his downtime to help. Develop the Free Labor ideology which was at the core of the Republican value.

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