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Janet Yellen Set to Lead Treasury Department Under Biden
"The Associated Press reporting. President elect Joe Biden has chosen former Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen to service Treasury secretary. It's a pivotal role in which he would help shape and direct his economic policies. Her nomination confirmed by the AP by a person familiar with Mr Biden's plans, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss them. Yellen, widely admired in the financial word world, would be the first woman to lead the Treasury apartment in a line stretching back to Alexander Hamilton and 17 89. Cheese. 74 years old by just celebrated his 78th birthday of few years ago, yelling by the way, was also the first woman to serve as Fed chair. She later became an adviser to Biden's presidential
Biden Picks Janet Yellen To Be Treasury Secretary In Historic Appointment
"President-elect biden's early cabinet pick suggest an emphasis on experience and also on diversity. He says he will nominate a latino had the department of homeland security. He chose the first woman to serve as director of national intelligence. The office of treasury secretary is existed since alexander. Hamilton's time and there's never been a woman in that job. Until now biden says janet yellen will be his nominee sent to the senate. Npr's scott horsely joins us now to talk about yellen nomination either. Scott good morning steve. So a fairly mainstream pick even if it breaks breaks a barrier. That's right yellen is a trailblazer. But it's a familiar trail by now so people seem reassured by this news yesterday. The stock market took news of of yelling nomination in stride progressive certainly welcomed it and some conservatives applauded as well yellen is a familiar face in washington cheap. She led the federal reserve for four years. She was also a top economist. In the clinton white house she's described as extremely competent and experienced She's familiar central bankers around the world. And she somebody who can build consensus which should be another valuable skill at the top of the treasury department.
Janet Yellen Set to Lead Treasury Department Under Biden
"We see the Dow right now. 356 points the NASDAQ now up 38, the S and P. 524 the markets. Getting a boost here in the final hour trading on report that President Joe Biden has chosen former Fed chair Janet Yellen to service Treasury secretary of The Wall Street Journal reporting this and now other sources to Yellen's widely admired in the financial world would be the first woman to lead the Treasury Department in line stretching back to Alexander Hamilton and 17
Research sheds light on Alexander Hamilton as slave owner
"Claims a U. S founding father wanted to abolish slavery while being a slave owner himself or new research released by the Skylar Mansion Historic site near Albany, New York, insists Alexander Hamilton was both an abolitionist and Annan slaver. A thesis by a historical interpreter backs up previous claims about the founding father, including one in a 1910 biography by his grandson. The 2004 book by Ron Sure, now used as the basis for the hit Broadway show, calls Hamilton and uncompromising abolitionist is in law's members of the powerful Skylar family were among the largest slave holders in their area. Debra Rodriguez CBS News
Cut the cord for $10? It can be done
"Cutting the cord used to be a great way to cable TV and save lots and lots of money. Then the big companies jumped in and muck it up. In two, thousand, seventeen youtube came in with a sweet offer most of your favorite cable TV channels, no equipment rental contracts it just thirty five dollars monthly since pretty great right? Well, that didn't last long in two, twenty, twenty, the platform raised its rates to sixty five dollars monthly. So this week when t mobile said it too had a cutting the cord package for ten dollars a month while I was all ears. The plus if you like channels like AMC HALLMARK MTV Nickelodeon, you'll love T. mobile's vibe offering because that's all it costs one Alexander Hamilton. But if you want Dvr they'll cost you an extra five dollars monthly and if he can't live without sports news and some local channels like NBC, ABC and Fox that's forty dollars monthly Oh, and you need to be a subscriber to t mobile sprint for rising in a t and t customers are not eligible. The point is that t mobile is come closer to the great dream of Ala Carte TV which customers have been dreaming of yours why do I need to subscribe to a bloated cable TV bundle with all those channels that I don't want? So how does it compare to the rivals? Let's take a closer look Filo. This streaming service that specializes in entertainment sand sports and news had been the lowest price of the Cable TV alternatives at twenty dollars monthly it offers twice the number of channels is vibe with channels like discovery, a an animal planet that you won't see with T. Mobile and no charge for dvr. Sling rates start at thirty dollars monthly but signing up can be confusing. With some channels offered in a blue package, which includes CNN Anne and others and orange ESPN for thirty dollars monthly plus five dollars for Dvr service from there you've got at and T. now in Hulu with live TV at fifty five dollars monthly or Youtube TV and Fubo, which specializes in sports at sixty five dollars monthly meanwhile that more expensive t vision from. T.. Mobile, which sells for forty dollars does include NBC ABC and Fox local channels. No CBS. That's one more network than is available with sling, which only has the local NBC and Fox Channels, and unlike sling t vision bundles all the sports and news into one package. Meanwhile speaking of cutting the cord have you heard that Netflix's also planning to raise its rates? The most popular plan which leads subscribers watch in high Def on two screens at the same time has increased by a dollar to fourteen bucks up from twelve ninety, nine monthly for new subscribers while the premium plan which a sixteen dollars which lets you watch up the forest green's with ultra eighty will now cost eighteen dollars time to cut this court to
How should the media cover the presidential race in the Trump era?
"Rid of the ballots. Locker up has now morphed into get rid of the ballots. And that's become an effect. The trump campaign slogan and the trump campaign strategy. It became the strategy yesterday when Donald Trump said that. And get rid of the ballots are the first words of a New York Daily News op Ed piece today with the headline. The president is psychopath the new. York daily. News is one hundred and one years old, which makes it New York City's youngest circulating daily newspaper. And it carries a headline in twenty twenty. That was unthinkable. When the daily news was founded in one thousand, nine hundred nineteen. President is a psychopath. The article is written by two psychologists and it says get rid of the ballots and there won't be a transfers said Donald Trump on Wednesday. This comment is a direct dangerous expression of his anti-democratic intention. If unstopped trump may well destroy our two, hundred, forty, four year, old democracy, it is time to stop pulling punches. It is time to stop relying on political pundits to weigh in on trump's behavior, which they often softened and even normalized. We are psychologists and we are convinced Donald trump is a psychopath his malignant behavior over the past four years is growing escalating right before our eyes trump's psychopathy will change us forever if he is not stopped. And today the New York. Times. Published up ed piece by the newspapers distinguished columnist Michelle Goldberg which says the President Quote Daily defiles his office with. Corruption disloyalty and Sater's. The president of the United. States is aspiring fascist who would burn democracy to the ground to solve his diseased he go. Michelle Goldberg. In New York Times print. Refers to. The rotten and squalid party that is enabling him. These are all words that could not in did not appear in the New York Times about American presidents and now fit. Well within the bounds, the contours of mainstream comment about this president. The New York Times. Is One hundred, sixty, nine years old. And it's had to find new language to deal with Donald. Trump because donald trump has brought new language to the presidency like get rid of the ballots. The. New York Post. Is Two hundred nineteen years old the oldest New York City newspaper was founded by Alexander Hamilton but it is now owned and operated by an Australian born billionaire who liked donald trump got his start in life from his rich father. And history will show Rupert Murdoch's most significant contribution. To his adopted country. Has Been. The perversion. Of Television news into a presidential propaganda channeled named after the animal in the forest that legend has it is the most cunning and to put it mildly untrustworthy. Fox.
"Person, woman, man, camera, TV": Trump describes cognitive test
"Trump was interviewed last night on Fox, by Dr Mark Siegel trump was not taking his chances with any old fox host. Who might hold him to say account Oh. No, this was Dr Mark Siegel who said this about trump's leadership on the corona virus early on. Are you impressed by that? The number of Americans who've got that much confidence in the trump administration absolutely do I think that the task force that the president put together, and his leadership on this has been tremendous. That assessment was offered ten days after trump said these words now the virus that we're talking about having to do a lot of people think that goes away in April with the. As the heat comes in, typically, that will go away and April see goes, applauded trump every step of the way, and was there for the right man to conduct this interview about a very vital medical subject, gripping the country's attention, which is the president's lack of dementia or should I say? The president's repeatedly stated lack of dementia? Yes, at issue is the president's terrific brain. Because the President keeps returning to that issue, we must think it's a big electoral winner for him I. Mean Imagine a president who doesn't have early onset dementia in the dream of Alexander Hamilton it. It is why he authored all those federalist papers and didn't give away his shot to one day found the country led by a man who's not insane or model, brained King George. The second wasn't saying by the way and so here we are today. Forty three presidents later led by such a good man with such a good brain that he needs us all to know how good a brain it is keeps bringing up an interview after interview last night. He did so with an actual doctor with credentials that I just cited impeccable ones meaning he loves trump, but also. To remind you a little bit more about Marciel. He thought the Corona virus was great big ball of hype here. He was on March sixth. I'll test the flu. I'll test the coronavirus virus to calm. Fears and people are GONNA start to get the idea that it's not that widespread Siegel was privy to a different test yesterday as the president detailed the difficulty. Difficulty of the cognitive test that was administered a while ago. I gave you this test version of this task. What trump called the hardest parts of this test on the show? A couple of days ago I read some actual words that are actually read by Dr to a patient who might have say Alzheimer's and those words are face. Velvet Church Daisy Green. Now. The point of it is that they're random words. Not Obscure words but words unrelated to each other. In fact, I WanNa let you know that I am so dedicated to this idea that the words beyond related that I saw the official test. The last word was red, not green and I changed it for the just version of the memory test. I changed it to green because I thought that read was to associated with red velvet cake. Thus perhaps skewing the results such as my dedication to the process and adjudication of you, the listener as non demented. That is why I. Ask you to recall those words, can you? Can you do it those words? They were faced velvet. Church, Daisy Green. The president by the way tweaked the test in the discussion that he had with Dr. Siegel like a memory question it's. Like you'll go person. Woman Man. Camera. TV. So that say. Could you repeat that? So I said Yeah. Person Woman. Man Camera TV okay. So in his case, it wasn't unrelated words. It was notably things in trump's direct line of sight. So twenty seconds after the clip I just played when trump busts out the same sequence, you go person. Warming, man. Camera TV. It's not quite as impressive as the actual test. Because recalling the words, he said we're just going down the line. There's a person as a man. There's a woman camera TV that that black I, don't know if I got him in the right order. I wouldn't have got his high marks as trump by the way all of this this impressive world-beating. Demonstration of non dementia. I think it sets trump up pretty well after the presidency. Now there is a downside which is that he won't be able to put forward a diminished capacity defense, if the Manhattan District Attorney or Sdn y brings charges. Out there and Gangster Heaven Vincent the Chin Gigante saying no, you gotta start muttering and shuffled around in a bathrobe early on can't do it at the last minute of Fun Ghoul. But should trump be stripped of his assets and forced to raise money. He will now have the option of touring the country as Donald Trump and his feats of intellect and Memory Prowess Marvel as Donald. Trump remembers five words in order as he repeats the same story about having a friend who doesn't go to Paris anymore as he can flakes, the notion that windmills kill eagles. Also causes cancer as he invents on the spot, different things that a dog can do like get fired there trump you and trump steaks, trump casino, and now the trump, traveling show of medical marvels and mental feats, in which the former president we'll prove himself to be the greatest conjurer that history chronicles the amazing trump gin at a fairground or read it channel near you.
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"The the world's world's biggest biggest companies companies are are joining joining forces forces to to cut cut carbon carbon emissions emissions and and a a double double punch punch of of the the movie movie industry industry from from the the Corona Corona virus. virus. Wednesdays Wednesdays one. one. Let's Let's get get a a check check of of traffic traffic in in transit transit on on the the ones ones now now from from Karen Karen Stewart. Stewart. Well Well in in Brooklyn. Brooklyn. We've We've still still got got a a full full closure closure of of the the Bhagwan Bhagwan is is Ram Ram to to the the Brooklyn Brooklyn Battery Battery Tunnel. Tunnel. We're We're dealing dealing with with the the debris debris spilled spilled that's that's been been out out there there since since before before five this morning. All lanes are blocked. They have reopened the H O V lane. The trouble of traffic squeaked by it is working very, very slowly. We are jammed in the guano is from back in the Verrazano Bridge. Bell Parkway is jammed onto the guan US from back of Bay Ridge Avenue on the Prospect Expressway delayed up to the go honest now starts back at Seely Street almost on Ocean Parkway. So in New Jersey. The good news is the North bound Turnpike Express lines are open and 71 The delays are easing out enormously. The delight of the inbound UW birds. Charles from the 80 95 Express is now only about 10 15 minutes. We are heavy across the spam into the city over the Alexander Hamilton on the eastbound cross Bronx will stay heavy until you get to Grand concourse. Upper East Side still bumper to bumper on the South Harlem River from 132nd Street Down East Harlem 114th. It stays heavy down the FDR but earlier problems in the seventies gone, and so things were starting to look up in the world. There is a need to know about the bridges and tunnels, 59th Street Bridge, absolutely packed from Queens Boulevard and Northern Boulevard. What? Throgs Throgs Neck Neck and and Whitestone Whitestone are are still still in in very very good good condition condition and and on on on Long Long Long Long Island, Island, Island, Island, Island, the the the the the westbound westbound westbound westbound westbound ally. ally. ally. ally. ally. He He He He He has has has has has delays delays delays delays delays now. now. now. now. now. Not Not Not Not Not too too too too too bad, bad, bad, bad, bad, though. though. though. though. though. Out Out Out Out Out into into into into into Asian Asian Asian Asian Asian 39 39 39 39 39 for for for for for Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Road. Road. Road. Road. Road. I'm I'm I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Karen Karen Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart on on on on on 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 wins. wins. wins. wins. wins. No No No No No New New New New New York York York York York City City City City City is is is is now now now now officially officially officially officially in in in in a a a a heat heat heat heat wave. wave. wave. wave. But But But But on on on on the the the the upside, upside, upside, upside, it it it it should should should should be be be be a a a a relatively relatively relatively relatively short short short short heatwave. heatwave. heatwave. heatwave. Let's Let's Let's Let's get get get get specifics specifics specifics specifics from from from from digging digging digging digging divorce. divorce. divorce. divorce. Thank Thank Thank you you you Other Other Other Dane? Dane? Dane? Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, we we we hit hit hit 90 90 90 plus plus plus third day in a row yesterday. The brutal nous of that heat and humidity really evident the last couple of days. One thing you'll notice those you're out the door this morning is the dew point or the amount of humidity in the air is down a bit, so it'll still be hot today, not quite as human. We'll still get above 90 and real fields in the upper nineties with mostly sunny skies. Humanity searches back tonight and there could be a thunderstorm towards daybreak. We get close to 90 the next couple of days tomorrow Thursday, but the humidities backup so real fields will be in the low to mid nineties. So while we may ease out of the heat wave specifically, it's still going to be pretty rotten till we get towards the end of the week in terms of lesser humidity, arriving for the weekend itself will keep you up to date as we go through this He wait continuing today on New York's weather station 10 10 wins. Okay, 80 right now, now, with with a a real real feel feel of of 85. 85. Resident Resident trumps trumps been been sending sending in in federal federal agents agents to to deal deal with with unrest unrest in in Portland, Portland, Oregon, Oregon, has has been been threatening threatening to to do do so. so. Another Another city city is is run run by by Democrats Democrats of the local authority. Don't get the violence in those cities under control, but Merida, Blasio says it's not going to happen. Here is Glenn Shock reports from Midtown this morning, Glenn Federal police like Homeland Security agents are said to be going into Chicago unless legal action stops it Now. The president wants to go further blaming liberal Democrats for crime and unrest in other cities like Philadelphia, Detroit and New York. And that Federal help is needed here is well. New York won last night, the mayor, calling the president's threats all politics and rejects any federal cop plan. He's trying to send an outside presence. It's not because it's needed to protect those buildings again. The same way he's used ice. He uses ice as an extension of his reelection campaign, not protect people. In fact, the mayor says, they'll take legal action that the president does send in federal law enforcement. Every time we've seen the president do things that are illegal and unconstitutional. We've challenged him in court overwhelmingly beat him, and he's had to retreat. But on Monday, the president saying New York City's police are Restricted from doing anything and that federal help may be needed. One shot 10 10 wins here in Midtown rowing. Dan Hollander, the men's rights lawyer suspected of killing the son of federal judge Esther Solace and wounding her husband may also have been responsible for the murder of another men's rights attorney in California. Mark Angelucci was shot by somebody disguised as a FedEx delivery man, the same M O that was used in the killing of the judge's son, Daniel, and dairy and the wounding of her husband, Mark and dearie. Neighbor, Marion Costanza, says Daniel, who was 20 years old was a hero. I'm thinking making another kid would hide in the closet. I mean, you had gunshot. You get scared. You don't know what to do. This kid just ran to help his dad. I really can't believe that they were very close. Investigators say Roy Dan Hollander may have been hunting down enemies after being diagnosed with terminal cancer. He had once argued a case before Judge Solace he was found dead. From a self inflicted gunshot wound in his car in Liberty, New York yesterday. A deadly collision at a marina in the Bronx. Last night, two Jet skis collided, killing two men. The victims were rushed to Jacoby Medical Center but could not be saved. Officer is still working on identifying the men who were not carrying ID. New York City's and face for every opening, then supposed to be the final phase. But as you may have noticed, a lot of stuff still isn't open, notably bars and restaurants, at least for indoor purposes. The governor says the city is just not ready for that, even if many of the people who live in the city already As evidenced by crowds gathering outside restaurants and bars to the parties who come out. I understand the frustration. I understand you've been inside for a long time. I understand it's your young. I understand people like to socialize. I get that It's the summer I get that. Has to stop. He says. Cops need to enforce the law. The mayor and the governor are in a court of least on that one with the blonde CEO, saying troubling overcrowding at restaurants will not be tolerated. New Jersey governor, Murphy says parents will have the option to keep their kids out of school this fall. The Department of Education will be releasing guidance, allowing for parents to choose all remote learning. For their Children. The details will be coming out later this week, but we wanted everyone to know that we will allow for the step. Open a Murphy, adding It's just not possible for school to resume on a normal schedule this fall. Long Beach is now banning non residents not just from the beach on the weekends, but also banning everyone from the boardwalk residents to at night. This after lots of young people crowded onto the boardwalk last Saturday night. It was insanity there. There was no way they can put it under control Long Beach resident in favor of the nightly boardwalk shut down, which will begin nine PM Thursday. The move comes after Governor Cuomo said that revelers flouting his executive orders mandating social distancing. Are behaving in ways that could undo the state's progress against the pandemic. This gentleman, however, disagrees reaches for everybody, and they should all enjoy it. Long Beach Boardwalk will reopen at dawn. Sadie. Degrees mostly sunny. We're going up to 92 Yankee, whether real field 85 Alvez Geico, 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. Is a wedding coming up in a few weeks and you are invited. We're going to hold it right here on sense and wins. As John Montalbano is here to explain this morning, John. Theirs is a love in the time of Cove it Ashley Isaacs is a nurse at New York Presbyterian Israel Wretches played in a band. She liked them, but he was not the type of guy to commit. Until I met the girl. I met the girl and I felt I felt differently about it. Every time I spoke to her, I had butterflies. Every time he saw her. I had butterflies, Then two punches to the gut. He was diagnosed with stage four Hodgkin's lymphoma. And she was caring for Corona virus patients. I'm putting myself in danger. I'm goingto possibly put my fiance in danger and you kind of have this fight with yourself and it's hard. It's definitely hard at the end of the day. Takes a toll on you. Israel is in remission. But as to their big wedding plans crazy to say the
"alexander hamilton" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Lead Alexander Hamilton. My name is Alexander Hamilton. And there's a 1,000,000 things I haven't done. But just wait. Just wait. Of course, Every Hamilton has to have an Aaron Burr. That would be great. 17. 76 New York City part of meat. Are you Aaron Burr, Sir? That depends. Who's asking? Oh, shirt, sir. I'm Alexander Hamilton. I'm at your service. Sir. I have been looking for you getting nervous, sir. I heard your name at Princeton. I was seeking an accelerated course of study when I got sort out of sorts with a buddy of yours. I mean, you punched him. It's a blur, sir. He handles the financials. You punched the bursar? Yes. I want to do what you did graduate in two. Then join the revolution. He looked at me like I was stupid and that stupid So why don't you do it? How did you graduate so fast? It was my parent's dying wish before they passed urine. Of course I'm a north of which there was a war that we could prove that we're worth more than anyone bargained for. Can I buy you a drink? That would be nice while we're talking. Let me offer you some free advice. Took less. What Smile more really Beware moms and dads, though, if you want to play this for your kids, it's on YouTube. So keep an.
"alexander hamilton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Presidential electors Alexander Hamilton My name is Alexander Hamilton is a 1,000,000 things I haven't done just including references to the Broadway hit Hamilton and the TV show. The court ruled that states can require members of the Electoral College to vote for the presidential candidate who won the statewide balloting. Although a faithless elector has never affected the outcome of a presidential election, the unanimous decisions are important in giving a measure. Predictability to our nation's complex election system. Joining me his elections law expert Richard brought fault Professor Columbia Law School. Rich does. This decision seemed to take care of the concerns that were raised by the justices during the oral arguments. I think justice is many of them were concerned about potential chaos. If the state could not make sure that electors with cast the votes that they were elected to cast. There is the constitutional argument that the original intent of the framers would actually have. The electors used their judgment. But our practice since almost the beginning of the country has been for the electors to vote positions, but they were chosen to take presidential Election Party. In practice popular elections Even if we still have to use the electoral college. I think the justices were showing that made sense to have the state be able to require the electors to catch the boat. They were chosen to CAF in the majority opinion. How did Elena Kagan frame it? The Constitution doesn't address this. Did she do a constitutional argument that you do a practical argument? She really did a combination of classical texts and history Texas during practice. I mean, the text doesn't really address the attacks, basically direction of states to select the electorate. It doesn't say anything about any right of the electorate might have. And then she traces the history which has not really from maybe from 17 96 on, it was expected that electors would vote for the person they were chosen to vote for, so I think she basically said that this was something that the states we're free to do. There were no counter president. There is one Supreme Court president in 19 fifties. Which upheld the authority of state to require the electorate take pledges that they were both the way they were talking about. But there is no punishment. In that case. I think she basically had text process or history and maybe a sense of And in fact, we have reached the stage now where the electors are really a part of the process. Ah, popular election, and in her opinion, she referenced the HBO show veep as well as the Broadway musical Hamilton. Correct, so she seemed to have a little bit of fun with it right. She is a very lightly writer she often puts in colloquial saying popular thing. She is lively and readable writer to find myself laughing out loud. When I read something of her, she had an opinion. Does not the rinse and repeat claws, and she asked a lot of fairway Lo Creo casual funny. Thanks. There are more faithless electors in the 2016 presidential election than ever before in history, but How much impact will this decision really have going forward? I would point out I mean, collectors are very rare. You could go back for the preceding century. We're looking at this between 1916 on 2012 There were exactly nine faithless electors and that within 25 elections, and there were 500 electorate form or and every one of those elections, so it's a very rare thing. They were a sizable number 2016 and I think it reflected a lot of the discontent in the country with the choice of the people had. It's highly unlikely we were gonna have a constitutional crisis due to faithless electors. But I think there's a value in were symbolic. Anything else. But those kind of concern the idea that this is a popular election. In Italy. It's a popular election by state, which is why we can still get a gap between the national popular vote in the national electoral votes. The president populated upon a state by state basis, But it is that kind of a confirmation that whatever the intentions of the framers were in 17 87 we have moved in a more small D democratic direction. Advocates for allowing faithless electors to so called go Rogue, said it would be a backdoor way for states to add qualifications for presidential candidates. Such as voting on Ly for those who released taxes did that come up in the opinions, Justice Kagan take the position that they have the power to write the rules for the selection of the electorate. They can also impose conditions. But then she got the footnote says What the state can't do is impose conditions that would violate another constitutional norm. You are adding a new qualifications to be president..
"alexander hamilton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of presidential electors. My name is Alexander Hamilton. Things I haven't done just including references to the Broadway hit Hamilton and the TV show. The court ruled that states can require members of the Electoral College to vote for the presidential candidate who won the statewide balloting. Although a faithless elector has never affected the outcome of a presidential election, the unanimous decisions are important in giving a measure of predictability to our nation's complex election system. Joining me is elections. Law expert Richard brought fault Professor Columbia Law School, which does this decision seemed to take care of the concerns that were raised by the justices during the oral arguments. I think the justices, many of them were concerned about potential chaos. If the state could not make sure that electors will cast a vote that they were elected to cast. There is the constitutional argument that the original intent of the framers would actually have. The electors used their judgment. But our practice since almost the beginning of the country has been for the electors to vote positions, but they were chosen to take presidential Election Party. In practice popular elections Even if we still have to use the electoral college. I think the justices were showing that made sense to have the state be able to require the electors to catch the boat. They were chosen to cast in the majority opinion. How did Elena Kagan frame it? The Constitution doesn't address this. Did she do a constitutional argument that you do a practical argument? She really did a combination of classical texts and history Texas during practice. I mean, the text doesn't really address the tax, basically direction of states to select the electorate. It doesn't say anything about any right of the electorate might have. And then she traces the history which has not really from maybe from 17 96 on, it was expected that electors would vote for the person they were chosen to vote for, so I think she basically said that this was something that the states we're free to do. There were no counter precedent. There is long Supreme Court president in 19 fifties. Which upheld the authority of state to require the electorate take pledges that they were both the way they were choosing the boat. But there was no punishment in 19 So I think she basically had text process or history and maybe a sense of And in fact, we have reached the stage now where the electors are really a part of the process. Ah, popular election, and in her opinion, she referenced the HBO show veep as well as the Broadway musical Hamilton. Correct, so she seemed to have a little bit of fun with it right. He has a very lively writer she often puts in colloquial saying popular things. She is lively and readable writer from trying to find myself laughing out loud. When I read something of her. She had an opinion recently dealing with our Congress to limit the president just called removal, which the court struck down in that case. And one of the arguments in the majority of that case was that it had never been done before or was very rarely done before, and she said that really shouldn't matter. The necessary and proper clause is not the reason Ricky claws and she had a lot of fairly low Creo casual funny. Thanks. There are more faithless electors in the 2016 presidential election than ever before in history, but How much impact will this decision really have going forward? I would point out I mean, collectors are very rare. You could go back for the preceding century. We're looking at this between 1916 on 2012 There were exactly nine faithless electors and that within 25 elections, and there were 500 electorate form or and every one of those elections, so it's a very rare thing. They were a sizable number 2016 and I think it reflected a lot of discontent in the country with the choice of the people had. It's highly unlikely we were gonna have a constitutional crisis due to faithless electors. But I think there's a value in were symbolic. Anything else but those kind of concern on the idea that this is a popular election. In Italy. It's a popular action by state, which is why we can still get a gap between the national popular vote in the national electoral votes. The president populated with despondent state by state basis, But it is that kind of a confirmation that whatever the intentions of the framers were in 17 87 we have moved in a more small D democratic direction. Advocates for allowing faithless electors to so called go Rogue, said it would be a backdoor way for states to add qualifications for presidential candidates. Such as voting on Ly for those who released taxes did that come up in the opinions, justice cake and take the position that they have the power to write the rules for the selection of the electorate. They can also impose conditions. But then she drops the footnotes and says What the state can't do is impose conditions that would violate another constitutional norm. You are adding a new qualifications to be president..
The revolution comes again: Miranda and Kail on 'Hamilton'
"One of the most awaited movies of the summer is a play it was supposed to premiere next year in theaters but because of the corona virus pandemic it's streaming now on Disney plus my name is sandy we have lightning in a bottle with this company creator Lin Manuel Miranda says it was hard to get a ticket to Hamilton on Broadway in he wanted more people to see and basically self finance a three day in the movie and it took a long time to get that into place around also says Hamilton can speak to the nation's current racial inequities having full conversations in that regard in this moment where nothing is business as usual is a silver lining to the pandemic Miranda says he identified with Alexander Hamilton mostly because he was an immigrant I met Donahue
Hamilton's Choreographer Explains The Secret Messages In Its Dance Moves
"Many people nationwide have been waiting for Hamilton to hit Disney plus with the hit Broadway musical, fittingly arriving right before Independence Day, and when the country could really use an uplifting and patriotic story about resilience. Lin Manuel Miranda has obviously been celebrated and deservedly so for his wide ranging contributions to the musical. There's a lot of other creative minds at upbringing choreographer. Andy Plankton Beulah. WanNa Tony for his work on it so when you're watching Hamilton. Pay Close attention to the movements of both Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr. Every gesture is designed to highlight the personalities or foreshadow the story Hamilton was a free thinker while Burr was rigid. That's why Andy explains to playbill quote. Every movement Aaron makes is linear while everything with Hamilton is circular. If either characters falling into his cycle of fate, they turn to the left, and if they're resisting fate, they turn to the right fascinating
Hamilton coming to Disney+ on July 3rd
"Months into this pandemic, you might be craving the kind of musical escape. Only a few people rapping in knee breeches can provide founding father without a father. God, a lot for work. Hamilton, the beloved Broadway hit about the life and notorious death of Alexander Hamilton begins streaming on Disney Plus in just a few
"alexander hamilton" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The Wilshire nearest R. V. dealer or call R. V. dot com Wednesday's time twelve fifty one time for traffic and transit here's Gloria Java eastbound cross Bronx is jammed up because of an earlier accident at the Sheraton it's been cleared on the eastbound side but you're still seeing some traffic in both directions between Third Avenue and the Alexander Hamilton bridge a lot of traffic on the garden state parkway it looks like it's just construction delays southbound Essex tolls down to exit one forty five once you get past that it's actually doing all right this report sponsored by DuckDuckGo privacy now here's what we see on long island's big three L. E. north St not a problem a little bit of a delay in both directions on the southern state between the the Wantagh state parkway and route one thirty five looks like an accident on the eastbound side just after the Wantagh state parkway also southbound Robert Moses absolutely bumper to bumper going down to the beaches here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels at the George it's about a ten to fifteen minute wait inbound both levels ten fifteen app on both levels the Lincoln and Holland are five to ten in both directions and eastbound on the B. Q. E. there's a crash just before the Brooklyn Bridge and now this message tired of being tracked online DuckDuckGo can help they help millions of people like you take control of their personal information online with one download you can search and browse privately avoiding trackers offer free DuckDuckGo privacy simplified I'm Gloria chop on ten ten wins now the ten ten wins accu weather four day forecast here's meteorologist John fabric really beautiful day out there today weather wise sunshine some clouds a.
"alexander hamilton" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Alexander Hamilton bridge this is due to road work on the George Washington bridge upper level under the apartments that knocks out the left lane an extravagant date is in less than ten minutes on W. CBS over the weather center and meteorologist Frank straight I guess the only question really would be is how long does this beautiful weather last well few more days back a Canadian high pressure building and will listing in charge of a weather through the first part of the work week it does sign of rain again until the the middle of next week as a result of joy the nice bellwether one it lasted the one it's cooler than average because we certainly have some heat on the way over the summer for tonight to cooling off mainly clear breezy with low fifty six eight bit down pretty nice evening out there and then tomorrow noticeably cooler than today mainly sunny breezy with high seventy two but cooler than average is not bad at the end of may mainly clear tomorrow night it will be cool lows ranging forty six in some suburbs to fifty two with midtown monies would be cool again clouds and sun can't rule out a shower but mainly it will be north of the city on Monday hi about seventy the sun high seventy two Tuesday and after that warmer more humid with some showers and thunderstorms possible Wednesday read eighteen mid town now but it was okay but it kills okay out there things were was eighty three and some areas west of the city but to to the east seventy seven parts of Long Island in going down to a good fifty six tonight with mainly clear skies back to you back thank you Frank it's for ten a video has surfaced in Yonkers of a white police officer with his knee in the back of an African American woman who was spitting up blood video on Twitter is from may twenty second just before two AM it's now under investigation by Yonkers police commissioner John Miller says that that they didn't wait for the woman to make a complaint before starting an internal review he says it started when police were called about a.
Disney makes filmed version of 'Hamilton' streamable in July
"The film version of Hamilton will be released to Disney TV plus the summer marches are letter with the latest Alexander Hamilton the live capture version of the Broadway show Hamilton was supposed to hit theaters in October of next year the Walt Disney company says it will release the movie to Disney TV plus starting July third it will feature the original Broadway cast including creator Lin Manuel Miranda as treasury secretary Alexander Hamilton Maranda says in a statement he so proud of the show and he can't wait for people to see it
Disney makes filmed version of 'Hamilton' streamable in July
"The film version of Hamilton will be released to Disney TV plus the summer marches are letter with the latest Alexander Hamilton the live capture version of the Broadway show Hamilton was supposed to hit theaters in October of next year the Walt Disney company says it will release the movie to Disney TV plus starting July third it will feature the original Broadway cast including creator Lin Manuel Miranda as treasury secretary Alexander Hamilton Maranda says in a statement he so proud of the show and he can't wait for people to see it
'Hamilton' by original cast coming to a film screen near you
"Alexander Hamilton a version of Hamilton featuring creator Lin Manuel Miranda and the original Broadway cast will hit north American movie theaters on October fifteenth twenty twenty one according to the Walt Disney company the show was filmed in June of twenty sixteen in New York show director Tommy Kael who also directs the film version says they are thrilled that fans and new audiences will get to experience what it was like on stage and in the audience I margins are a lot of
"alexander hamilton" Discussed on KNSS
"Hank wind loom with your word of the week Alexander Hamilton is having a moment shop Hamilton the musical is still selling out on Broadway when the founders were putting together our government Hamilton pushed through a plan to remove a leader who committed misdeeds and so whether you're for it or against it the word of the week and feature which is a very divisive measure they've cheapened the impeachment process impeach means accuse or bring charges against even though we fought a revolution to break free of the British government how Milton lifted the impeachment process from English law it was Hamilton who argued that the house should vote on articles of impeachment and that an impeachment trial and possible removal should happen in the Senate not in the Supreme Court or by the governors of the states as others argued a tip of the hat to Alexander Hamilton someone ought to write a musical about that guy with the word of the week and wind loom fox news the final moments with Jay Sekulow chief counsel for the American center for law and justice and the counsel to the president all right so I guess sometime in the spring or early summer we're gonna get the dorm report in the interim is it likely do you hear you read between the lines all these years you spent as a lawyer high profile twenty some odd cases argued before the US Supreme Court water bar and what is bar in dorms signaling in their statements this week but they're doing a comprehensive investigation that goes beyond the scope of what the inspector general had authority to conduct and capability to the to conduct so I think what you have here is you're gonna see a U. S. attorney that is really turn over every rock and we're not we are going to find out what took place here not only be irregularities many which might point out by our wits but how this originated why it was wrong it was originated and who is to be ultimately held accountable I think there's gonna be a lot of accountability well I think that needs to be J. they they nearly more successful on doing a duly elected president as president they haven't given up yet although these articles impeachment basically are give up but look they tried they continue to try and the president's remains strong and the mall report went no where these articles impeachment en masse and it will go no where and that's going to be the end of this and then we'll be on the next fight next but do I think they stop fighting this president no I do not they're talking about if he wins reelection after he's not convicted in the Senate Wold well impeach him again even at the American people vote to put him back in office I I think that the risk but I think that's a lot of talking a lot of Jack in a big mistake well the only thing that is nothing here either J. first it was a quick no protocol but that was really only Joe and then and then bribery and extortion and then they reduce it to the well the executive branch's is protecting executive privilege and they're seeking a remedy about abuse of power you want to be some power god professor Turley said those who hunt was incorrect out they wanted to use the powers writing up an article of impeachment about obstruction of Congress when you're exercising your constitutional rights the Supreme Court in a long line of cases has said you could not be penalized for exercising right you have under the United States when you have three branches of government and the executive and and the legislative branch are in conflict well that would be the purpose of seeking remedy in the judicial branch that's called to listen in on Friday we're gonna find out because I've got as you know John three cases for the president to up there on substance one up there on a state which may be converted to an order and that those few cases may well we may know Friday we I think we will know Friday if they're going to hear him or not and they will be the three biggest cases the Supreme Court has ever taken a pay day come on the issue of presidential authority article to separation.
AAA: 115.6 million will travel this holiday season
"More than a hundred and four million people make road trips this holiday season according to triple a and delays are expected to be the worst the day after Christmas great get away is under way for Kyle still but first a pit stop to walk the dog is not is at all but driving to Florida yes with all right wow how many people twelve I think maybe in several cars three Lima Johnson flew in from LA acts to LaGuardia which she describes as a nightmare and that was only the start of our holiday travel my gosh we're driving from New York City to Greensboro North Carolina today all in one day which is but now it's the Alexander Hamilton service area off the New Jersey Turnpike I'm Julie Walker
AAA: 115.6 million will travel this holiday season
"It's a tale of two couples as better drivers Liz and Jack Waechter make another yearly trip from the east end of Long Island to Rochester and then Florida before heading back up north for new year's eve now we know the back roads backroads we've been yeah we don't like paying told we don't always take ninety ninety five we know a lot of other ways to go but he's a great driver meanwhile there's Lindsey and Rhett Rocque on their way from Connecticut to Pennsylvania any advice for or driving during the holidays don't drive with your husband does have the wife I was gonna say actually at the Alexander Hamilton rest stop off the New Jersey Turnpike I'm Julie Walker
Difference between Direct and Indirect Taxes
"Okay so we've been hearing a lot about wealth tax and I don't even think most people even know what a wealth tax is and they stop listening because it's only going to affect they say only gonna affect those people making it or have a billion dollars or more but it's going to be a tax on everything they own so there are the the money they gave to their kids you know all of it all of it and so it doesn't seem to be constitutional at all but everybody is loving it because it doesn't affect them and it's gonna raise all this money but it's unconstitutional Kyle salmon is a senior contributor for the federalist he has podcast is co host of conservative minds welcome to the program Kyle how are you good thing for a mail client you bet so you wrote a very good article in the federalist about why Elizabeth Warren's well taxes completely unconstitutional but can you can you can you explain it in simple layman's terms WHYY and what a direct tax is you know just kind of break this down for us sure when the distinction I mean between DirectX an indirect tax is one that doesn't come up very much but it was something discussed at the constitutional convention because the founding fathers the the government they were living under the articles of confederation did not have the power to tax the other just ask the states for money and hope I got it so a lot of times you can get it because the states didn't want to pay it so when they wrote the constitution they thought well okay we need to be able to tax directly so Congress to levy a tax and we can pay for the army and the navy and everything else we need to pay for but they want to give in to much power to tax didn't want them to overwhelm the states and take away all of the people's money and and and put himself in a worse situation so they they split the difference and said that Congress could tax but they couldn't do any direct tax and less it would be apportioned by population so what does that mean at the constitutional convention Rufus king of Massachusetts asked what is the precise meaning of DirectX and according to Madison's notes nobody answered and they moved on okay good so even in the beginning it was sort of a compromise language but as a then we moved on it kind of took on the idea that a tax on people or property is a direct tax a tax on sales or imports is an indirect tax so Congress always is taxed imports or had the heavy buildings action ports of them and that's that's terrible and we've had that since the beginning the you know Alexander Hamilton came up with the whiskey tax which caused a little star in the west but it was definitely constitutional because it was a tax on on the sales of whiskey thanks but they could not taxed property directly was the idea unless they a portion that tax among the states so that each state paid its share according to population according to property affected was made property taxes impossible because it would make any sense why why if you had to state that the same population so but one of them was Rachel one of them was poor they both have to sit pay the same amount of property tax to the government among actively mean is that each poor person and the poor state had to pay the same amount as the rich people in the rich state okay sort of the opposite about taxes even in those days were meant to go so it had to be apportioned by the state meaning California and South Dakota would pay the exact same rate and as a state yes but it but if if one was California that had all the rich people there and south go head now the rich people they're they're screwed yeah that's why Congress never really impose a tax like that because it would have made no sense in the room with an angry so weak that work for about a hundred years now we get down to the first permanent income tax getting imposed in the eighteen nineties and people said Hey isn't this the same thing you know you're taxing income that's a direct tax and the Supreme Court agreed and they say you have to apportion this which basically meant they're gonna repeal it because the same problems then we passed the the sixteenth amendment few decades later the says you can do direct taxes on income but all the other direct taxes are still not permitted unless their portion what is the difference between my income and my stuff well that that's what the court said in in in politics that struck down the the on apportioned income tax in the eighteen nineties because they said look if you have property and we can't eccentric like they get income from the property and we can doesn't make sense it's the same thing right right we can't tax a person directly beacon taxes income that doesn't make sense so that's what that was struck down it's only legal now because of the sixteenth amendment which carved out this one part of direct taxation and left everything else close so it's only about income tax they had to change the constitution to make it that direct tax could only be income right and it's it's pretty broad I think come on you know any kind of income you get they can tax and they do but it's got to be incoming can't be just property and that's why there is no federal
How Moonshine Works
"First use of Moonshine the English word goes back to the fifteenth century literally meaning shine of the Moon and figuratively figuratively quote appearance without substance pretense or fiction and the first time it was used to refer to liquor that didn't occur until the eighteenth century England and it's specifically referred to illegal or smuggled alcohol. That's why the name because smugglers use the cover of night to smuggle their goods which didn't necessarily have to be moonshine yes but but <hes> smuggling alcohol was common in Europe at the time and smugglers had only the shine of the moon to guide their pass moonlight was sometimes used in the same sense <hes> as moonshine was until the nineteenth century a yeah and for a while there any job or activity that was done late at night might be called moon shining or moonlighting but eventually moonshine nine came to really basically mean booze and booze related activities and moonlighting came to mean that other thing that moonlighting means. I totally forgot about moonlighting yeah. That's true I I remember because it was a company any stipulation that you couldn't moonlight and I had to get a thing that I could that movie anyway. There's actually a folk tale from the time about a group of smugglers caught in the act of raking the pond pond Abe bond aunt for barrels of smuggled French Brandy <hes> than they were caught by some tax collectors in the middle of the Act yes and thinking on their feet. The smugglers pretended to be a group of confused drunk people trying trying to rake in the moon's reflection or in their drunken parlance cheese yeah yeah there were like nod dude. We're not there's no certainly barrels of brandy in there. We're just trying to get the sweet cheese out of this pond rea- so drug rug this bulletproof ploy obviously worked and the clippers labeled the smugglers as moon rakers win about their merry way. I'm sure laughing about all those silly drunk. People and Moonshine was often typically. We made night in hopes. No one would see smoke from the stools yeah <hes> it got its start in America in green producing states like Pennsylvania yeah immigrants from England and Scotland and Ireland who settled in Appalachia brought there whiskey recipes with them and adopted them for whatever grains were they were growing around here right and instead of letting excess green go to waste producers distilled it not only could you drink or maybe sell this stuff but in some places it was an accepted currency it could be the difference difference between surviving and not a big economic <hes> <hes> may not staple but but site game it was so in seventeen ninety one when the U._S. government you know seeing all of this implemented the whiskey tax in an effort to pay off the cost of the revolutionary war. <hes> people were happy about it. No no also thinks to this for letting me once again. Look up the Alexander Hamilton sound job because they say in their. Air Jefferson there's a cabinet and he says when Britain tax our T. we got frisky. Imagine what's going to happen. If you GONNA tax on Whiskey and it was true I mean this was right after the revolutionary war in some people's you you know like like mentality about it was like we just we just went to war about taxation without representation. Why why why are you going to taxes for this now yeah and it was a big shifts from it was basically states? Rice versus versus a federal bank and so we are still figuring out a lot of stuff you renew country <hes> and yeah we talked about this in our Bourbon whiskey episode so yeah people didn't like it. distillers resorted to all <unk> sorts of things to evade tax the point the U._S. Marshal descended upon Pennsylvania coming to collect and his presence was not welcomed five hundred men attacked the home of the local tax inspector general and during the skirmish the group's leader was killed which escalated into a protest made up of over six thousand people President George Washington sent thirteen thousand troops to deal with the situation who yes US yeah. All of this was part of the Whiskey rebellion in eighteen o one the U._S. government repealed the whiskey tax <hes> and this was one of our new countries. I test yeah the whisky rebellion whisky rebellion. We're serious about it yard in before and after this though moon shining really took off in the south tales were told about gunfights between collectors trying to get excise taxes for moon shiners in the eighteen sixties these skirmishes increased as revenuers came around trying to collect excise taxes for the civil war a yeah during an after the civil war times were particularly hard for a lot of Americans and there was again a lot of resentment from people who were scraping scraping to make a living off of things like moonshine towards these taxes <hes> and moon shiners came together with the Ku Klux Klan as this conflict against the tax collectors and crew and several battles ensued as desperation went up Moon shiners became more ruthless and violent in their tactics attacking Iraq members and their families and anyone who they believed may give away the location of a still and this did not India moonshine owners to their communities and the public opinion started to shift towards the negative end when it came to moon shiners at the same time temperance is getting more and more public support yeah in the Georgia Mountains in eighteen seventy six four fifths of the court cases and federal law enforcement focus was on illegal alcohol well yeah <hes> wanted to mention too wasn't just a man's world now no take Nancy and see the moon shiner. She was <hes> in New Jersey in eighteen eighties. Her neighbors largely regarded her as eccentric and I can see why because under the cover of night she would steal <music> apples and use those apples to make what she called Jersey a lightning or applejack okay yes that is a my little pony by the way a detective on her case snuck onto her property but nancy knocked him out and go Nancy. We can't help but root for them. <hes> then there was moonshine Mary a Polish emigrant out of Illinois who made moonshine insult shots of it out of her home for fifteen cents but but she went on to become the first woman in that state to be convicted for selling poisoned liquor and as we've discussed before women were also involved in the transporting of illegal alcohol <hes> there's Willie Carter sharp who gave testimony to the nineteen thirty five moonshine conspiracy trial with diamond studded teeth diamond studied that you know I nothing but respect aspect. I couldn't pull it off. That is about as America as you get. I think you're at a moonshine. You've been arrested well firearms which she was and he was show time Tate Yup yeah you do. You're right. You're right but here we come to the Nineteen Twenty s and prohibition right for Moonshine. This was the best thing that could have happened now that you couldn't buy alcohol Oh by legal means more people were seeking out illegal sources for their booze and Moonshine had been rocking that for for a while yeah already demand was so great moonshine resorted to water down alcohol and sugar-based moonshine as opposed to crane based species with passwords and secret ways to escape in case the authorities ever showed up and organized crime around the smuggling and sale of alcohol flourish yeah <hes> in hot spots like in one <hes> Franklin County Virginia Virginia. It's been estimated that ninety nine percent of the residents were involved in the moonshine trade during this time and so that's a lot of kids as well you know okay okay <hes> during the one thousand nine hundred thirty s moonshine roots from Dawson County which is the big city from where I grew up and our high school rival- they gallons of Moonshine to Atlanta and my very own home county of Lumpkin okay was big and the Moonshine seen thirties and forties as well and also distillers sometimes use the bone from raccoons Venus. Yes they do have bones they do in the distilling process of the man in Dawson. Bill gave me a history lesson and like I said he had one in his hat <hes> and yes like. I said he had previously worked for NASA PRETTY COOL Yeah Yeah. I think that I think the the penis bone is is used to help control the flow of the spirit from the condensing hose into the collection vessel like at the end of the process process. I think that's yeah that's he showed us how to use what it was used for sure. I don't know but yeah I think that was that was it was the right size without right yeah yeah and it's Kinda got this little like s curve IRV shape so so and and sort of a little groove in it where the urethra goes so I I read a surprising amount about raccoon penises during research for this episode never know go well there. You are your life profession. I sometimes I sometimes hope that like some government. Official has to look at my search. My searches someday to just go like Oh dear what oh I don't even know me too. I like to imagine there's one person assigned to you and you're just making their life. Super Interesting disturbed well. You're welcome so back to moonshine right anyway. Business was booming until prohibition was repealed in nineteen thirty three then sales flattened that didn't mean it went away much of the federal government <hes> who tried to wrangle this moonshine situation into the seventies share without these laws prohibiting alcohol although there are still dry counties and they're obviously we're back then going to the trouble of seeking out moonshine for the average person just. This wasn't worth it yeah. In order to transport as much moonshine as possible mechanics would find tune their cars upgrading the engine adding in secret compartments for the product <hes> shocks and springs were installed to protect the booze and accounts of oil slicks smoke springs these are called tanker cars and were frequently unassuming nineteen forties fords. I think I read this whole thing about Henry Ford being like a teetotaler rain like being so offended about the yes that's fine and drivers who were also called runners are trippers had to have some real driving know how some sweet news as they say to evade the authorities they also had to know all the mountain backroads well enough to drive them in the dark without headlights. One of their moves was called the bootleg turn a quick turnaround into controls kid eh in their spare time these drivers would work on their skills by racing against each other sometimes at fairgrounds sometimes for pay sometimes with thousands of spectators so okay once prohibition went away and in World War Two ended there was this group of skilled drivers who have souped up cars and enjoyed recent each other who saw that people would pay to watch them race and they were in the market for a new job a Ha so in nineteen she forty-seven this gave birth to ask supposedly the winner of the very first race used the same car to make a run like a week previous. Oh my goodness I love it. I do too. I I had no idea about this when we rolled up that distillery and there's all the NASCAR memorabilia this is interesting but for real moonshine in Nascar are and were tight Raymond Parks Moonshine was the first is to bring together a formal official racing team.
"alexander hamilton" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Alexander hamilton. Alexander Hamilton the man who created and starred in the multiple Tony award winning Broadway musicals in the heights. And of course, Hamilton Lin Manuel Miranda birthday today. Thirty nine. Just gonna go out on a limb here, and guess that he's probably the richest thirty nine year old in America. When you think you've got gotta be close, the hardest working Hamilton, the Broadway smash is going to be playing more than twenty theaters nationwide this year, including some place called San Antonio, Texas. That's right. You don't have to fly to New York City. Braved the Broadway ticket hawkers to see the hottest show in America. I did mention it was the nation's hottest show in America. Did are not does. She did. It'll be at the majestic theater, which is exactly where it should be. And it will begin Tuesday may the seventh and run until Sunday may twenty sixth. It will be dark on Monday. Broadway. Talk for no shows on Monday. And there will be two on Saturdays and two on Sundays. And it says right here. Tickets can be had for as little as three hundred ninety six dollars a piece. For as little as three hundred and ninety six dollars a piece. Would you pay three hundred and ninety six dollars for a ticket to see Hamilton? Nope. Absolutely. No. It's not going to be lin-manuel. Miranda. No. No, I think that I I think that I might think that I might I'd have to do a little more research and check out some videos here, and there and see if it based on what I know about I think that I might. I be going solo my wife..
"alexander hamilton" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Alexander Hamilton said nation, which can prefer disgraced a danger is prepared for a master and deserves one. Now, let's set the record straight. There's no argument over the choice between peace and war. But there's only one guaranteed way. You can have peace, and you can have it in the next second surrender. Admittedly. There's a risk in. Any course we follow other than this. But every lesson of history tells us that the greater risk lies in appeasement. And this is the specter are well, meaning liberal friends refuse to face that their policy of accommodation is appeasement, and it gives no choice between peace and war only between fight or surrender. If we continue to accommodate continued to back and retreat. Eventually we have to face the final demand the ultimate them. And what they? When Nikita Khrushchev has told his people he knows what our answer will be. He has told them that. We're retreating under the pressure of the Cold War and some day when the time comes to deliver the final ultimatum, our surrender will be voluntary. Because by that time, we will have been weakened from within spiritually morally and economically. He believes this. Because from our side he's heard voices pleading for peace at any price or better red than dead or as one commentator put it he'd rather live on his knees than die in his speed. And therein lies the road to war caused those voices. Don't speak for the rest of us you and I note and do not believe that life is so dear and peace so sweet as to be purchased at the price of chains. And slavery. Give nothing in life is worth dying for when did this begin just in the face of this enemy or should Moses have told the children of Israel to live in slavery under the pharaohs should Christ refused. Cross should the patriots. At concord bridge thrown down their guns and refused to fire. The shot heard round the world the martyrs of history. We're not fools and our honored dead who gave their lives to stop. The advance of the Nazis didn't die in vain. The road to peace. The simple answer after all. You and I have the courage to say to our enemies. There is a price. We will not pay. There is a point beyond which they must not advance. This.
"alexander hamilton" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Back on talk radio twelve ten alexander hamilton was a populist national guy he loved the idea of a big strong national government and any federalist papers federalist number eighty one he dismissed any idea that the supreme court would become dangerous a dangerous branch government i want to i want to mention a couple of things for you regarding the outrage over the vacancy on the supreme court and think about it out the apple plastic apocalyptic meltdown that the left is going through right now over a court seat should tell you and confirm for you the supreme court of the united states is way way way too powerful nine people this citing the most significant controversial subjects of our day nine people deciding nine people deciding for us to things that congress should be deciding and james madison warned of this thomas jefferson warned of this and the federalist one day the federalist one the day with their nonsense hamilton being one of them in fact hamilton wrote in federalist number eighty one quote it may be the last place observed that be supposed danger of judiciary encroachments on the legislative authority which has been upon medications reiterated is in reality a phantom hamilton takes great time to completely dismissed the notion that the judiciary would ever become out of control he says the arguments rather suggestions upon which this charges founded our to this effect the authority of the proposed supreme court of the united states which is to be separate and independent body will be superior to that of the legislature that's what the anti federalists are warning about guys like jefferson were saying guys like madison were saying back then that the supreme court of the united states madison not as much but certainly jefferson was warning about this but you remember the divide back then it was still a divide between big government and and the states still still a fight over this and they said this supreme court of yours is gonna wind up usurping the legislature and hamilton said nah it's never going to happen he writes the power of construing the laws according to the spirit of the constitution will enable that court to mold them into whatever shape it may think proper he says that's the argument against it especially as its decisions will not be in any manner subject to the revision or correction of the legislative body this is as as a precedent as it is dangerous in britain and he goes on to say and then he dismisses all that he says this upon examination will be founding made up altogether a false reasoning upon misconceived fact so the guys back then the antifederalist once you were worried about the states being crushed by a strong federal government down the road one day in the future they were right by the way they said those things they said the supreme court will be able to take the constitution and the laws and quote mold them into whatever shape it may think proper and hamilton says upon examination this'll be found to be made up altogether a false reasoning upon misconceive fact it will never happen it's happened he was wrong the anti federalists were right just as they predicted the supreme court will become out of control it would it would supersede the legislative body it has that's why chris matthews is losing his damn mind that's why everything is about abortion rights and gay rights and this rights and that rights rights that have been given out by a court writes quote unquote in air quotes that have been given by the judiciary exactly as the.
"alexander hamilton" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Welcome back this is the ben shapiro show so every week here on the bench approach show we talk about a federalist paper because it's good for all of us to be a little bit more literate about the founding today we're going to go through federalist twentyeight alexander hamilton writes this one the vast majority of them he continued with his arguments about the strength of the national government with an army under the control of the legislature so there's a lot of debate over who should actually control the national army should there be a standing army a lot of people very afraid of this because they thought that it would suck power away from the states and he makes one very interesting argument says if the representatives of the people betray their constituents the argument here is that we can't have the legislature control the national standing army because if we do then this will allow legislation run roughshod over the states so how hamilton writes if the representatives of the people betray their constituents there is then no resource left but in the exertion of that original right of selfdefense which is paramount to all positive forms of government and which against the user patients of the national rulers may be exerted with infinitely better prospect of success than against those of the rulers of an individual state he's talking about the right to resist his for all the people out there on the left you say that there was no inherits resist there's no right to bear arms keeping bear arms for use against the government alexander hamilton is explicitly talking about that he's talking about if the legislature were to surp the powers of the people the people would stand up and the reason you want a national standing army as opposed to state scanning armies is because it is actually harder to fight against a state standing army than it is to have the states act as the gobetween for a battle against the national government in reality that's exactly what happened during the civil wars lot bloodier zoos national national government versus the states but the argument here is even deeper than that and that is that you do have a natural right to resist a government that usurps your fundamental rights and if the government does usurp your fundamental rights that's the reason that you need to keep and bear arms as a root as a root cause.
"alexander hamilton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Bye at a time the hills and make sure they were paying tax on the head of time when trade was a tiny fraction of what it is today that's right the international trade with a small fraction yet we were able to fund the government the very first bill passed by the congress in seventeen eighty nine was a tariff bill alexander hamilton the first treasury secretary was a big proponent of taxing foreigners to fund our government rather than taxing americans it's kind of inside out to tax american companies that do business here but to allow them to move overseas to a place like china and bring their goods in tax free that makes absolutely no sense that's encouraging them to move overseas which is why president trump during the campaign laid out a four point program to get our economy moving again of tax reform trade reform regulatory reform energy reform relieve the tax burden burden on american producers relieved the regulatory burden on american producers fix these trade agreements which essentially are giving them incentives to move overseas and you're gonna see companies coming back to america that's the plan of why would you want to do business in a place like communist china that has no respect for property rights that steals your trade secrets could confiscate your entire company at will at at its whim and you have no recourse wouldn't you rather be doing business.
"alexander hamilton" Discussed on This Week in Blackness | #TWIBnation
"Would you for that but but but vice versa get hamilton now alexander hamilton though okay with aboriginals emily right now my mental pooping what are you worried about how unfair sprained more and and the fact that it's ridiculous that he got elected that donald trump is now sad because he supported luther strange and because rain maher is a horrible horrible person and now republicans are stepping up to stand up about how horrible he is their guest accepting it like they did for donald trump and everything else no it's over now but what does anyone think anybody's going to actually do anything real yeah that's under site no one pairs no wonder no one's going to do anything about this we're just stop until holy buehler if they out the up the annual gala viewer hopefully been that methodical take it is time to do it right he could do it they bay i feel like he can't take that much time now because trump might find some weird ask loophole to get him fired trump friars viewer aggregate to got every other short killing while you're trump fired viewer especially with all the information we have about what you of billy benseghir you're on his own so it would be the stupidest think trump could possibly do not to say he probably have what i believe in god i believe he's really water to dry why don't we stewart it up to do it there are certain things that like eve even trung even shrub is a stupid enough idiotic evolve as pollock evolve.
"alexander hamilton" Discussed on KKAT
"The judge more is one hundred percent right and chuck todd his ignorant and he doesn't even know is ignorant and yet theory is on msnbc see speaking to several dozen people who are viewing giving them false information saying first off it doesn't appear to believe in the constitution as it's written of course he believes in the constitution as it's written do you chuck even know what the constitution is based on again you don't even have to be a socalled religious person f chuck todd calls these fundamentalist views fundamentalist views of being a constitutional conservative who actually understands our founding now you're a fundamentalist fundamentalist now the left has taken a liking to alexander hamilton because they feel that alexander hamilton was a big central government socialist which he never was but they feel that way because he helped create the first national bank of the united states and so forth and so on and he was a a strong opponent of jefferson and mattis who are the federal lists but even alexander hamilton who wrote a number most he in madison of.
"alexander hamilton" Discussed on WGTK
"Get to have access through your bookshelf to all these great conservative books chris wash the book that counters the the narrative about alexander hamilton that regna re has outright now have it are you familiar with it it's a puk the digest shot the other day and i forgot the name of it is up like he's the alexander was wrong for america or something to do do you do you remember that yes i do it's a brian mcclanahan new book it's called how alexander hamilton screwed up america and brian mcclanahan wrote the book nine presidents who screwed up america this was a foul woah to that fear our interesting good yet banned the nine president spoke at home i love it i mean he does some really interesting research uh mcclanahan know in what he's trying to say is that while alexander hamilton should be praised her you know writing the federal is papers helping to set up our economic infrastructure in the country but they had some unintended conflict when susan many libertarian leaning uh conservatives tend to believe that hamilton was the first big government um founding father if you will yeah well that that'll that'll make all the broadway lovers of hamilton the musical a breakout indurain's spasms of of of of of hysteria because you know they they think that uh you know that alexander hamilton could do to do two could do no wrong looks like histories a little deeper the now will get that book as well and i hope everybody goes to conservative book club dot com and get the top ten conservative books in the country chris melody's you always great catch up with you buddy have a great rest of the week you to thank you sir this portion of our show brought to you by the one the.
"alexander hamilton" Discussed on AP News
"Of everyday life from the 1620 dutch settlement known as fort orange and and over eighty thousand more from the country estate of philip schuyler alexander hamilton father in law the artifacts are mostly everyday objects such as coins ceramics tools and gun parts they've been moved to the museum from the state office of parks recreation and historic preservation where they'd been stored since they were found the nearly 1970s bad news for hamilton bands in britain the london opening of the hit musical has been pushed back promoters said friday the official opening by we'll be december 21st following previews that begin on december six the show had been expected to open in late november but has been delayed by renovation works of the victoria pows theater theater owner and hamilton coproducer cameron mackintosh said restoring these story building is taken more time than expected and he's sorry to change the performance schedule producer jeffery sellars of those with tickets to shows that have been cancelled we'll be accommodated other dates as quickly as possible you can buy murder suspect lizzy bordon's house in massachusetts the mansion in fall river where she lived after she was accused of committing the axe murders of her mother and father is up for sale it was one of the most notorious crimes of the 19th century and so far it's still unsolved though borden was arrested a jury acquitted or of the murders in eighteen ninety two the dallas woman who bought the home a couple of years ago tells the herald news that she's selling it because her plans to turn it into a bed and breakfast.
"alexander hamilton" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Review how messy is this can ventured because people who take obamacare repeal is messy they really don't know the constitutional convention way while 'cause that was my gosh that was on the the pinnacle of that many times it in fact i think if we look at it you could say failed that annapolis in eighteen eighty in seventeen eighty right it didn't it failed for a year and a half well any and you know even before that the idea of the constitutional convention is proposed by alexander hamilton in seventeen eighty and seventeen eighty one and and in in a series of essays call the continental us which are just wonderful and the entire kia of what the federal government was going to be is laid out in those essays on uh you know we think of james madison his father's constitution was the father of the constitutional convention is alexander hamilton and he's got the vision of what a national government will do so he's an important this james madison and i think the third figure that that's a very great importance this john dickinson uh a gopac with because i don't know this well i but i love it i find it very encouraging abory when you when people are weary to say it took hamilton seven years to get the vacant mention and it took to bore years the operation uh yes he it he did not flag that effort no no eight continues to push um and he's look he's he's in the grip cease he's not the only one there's a whole group with people guvener morris is another one in robert morris this was third and george washington is actually a fourth uh these people see everything from the perspective of the nation most of them have served in the continental lives so they have the experience of fighting the war without any money to fight it um and and with an ineffective federal government at the center so from their perspective there's been a crisis since seventeen seventy six and has gotten worse and worse and worse um and so and seventeen eighty in seventeen eightyone these people are backing hamilton who is laying out of the argument that you simply have to do this or we will fail i have to pull things together uh and at.
"alexander hamilton" Discussed on Decode DC
"The best way to describe it as that washington city the federal capital was created out of fear alexander hamilton remember that guy well he was worried washington might be attacked by mobs of well unruly soldiers like philadelphia had been so we wanted a strong city wanted a strong federal government the spot he in the other founding fathers picked while it left a lot to be desired and it quite literally was a swan everything west of what we now recognizes the washington monument was underwater it was a giant marsh known as the potomac flats and home to yellow fever and malaria in every other kind of infernal disease you can think of and eventually that sort of literal idea of a swamp became symbolic and figurative as well worker to decode dc the podcast about how politics affects your life i'm jimmy williams i've spent a career in politics working for both democrats and republicans i was even a lobbyist wants now i'm taking all that i've learned in the last twenty five years and try to explain it to you try and explain how this city washington dc works were doesn't sometime i bet you heard a thing or two lately about draining the swamp so now it's time to drain the swamp as this capital city i eleven will henceforth be known in the trump era so anybody in washington that is either part of the swamp or is not willing to work hard probably should go we're going to drain the swamp of corruption in washington dc.