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"andrew jackson" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

Key Battles of American History

03:03 min | Last month

"andrew jackson" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

"As a young man, when the war of 1812 began, he joined the Tennessee militia and it was elected an officer and served under Andrew Jackson in the creek war. He was very, very badly wounded at the battle of horseshoe bin. And took several years actually to recover from those wounds and actually carried those wounds for most of his life. But from that, he was decorated for heroism. He ended up serving in the Tennessee legislature and he more importantly became a protege of Andrew Jackson. So as Andrew Jackson rose in American politics, so too did Sam Houston in a local politics and international politics. So he went from the state legislature to Congress, served in Congress for several years representing Tennessee and then was elected governor of Tennessee. And he made a mistake. He married a much younger young woman and it was probably a political marriage, but he was infatuated with her. And she did not care much for him. And in the end, their marriage was actually annulled. Because of a lack of compatibility. And he crawled into a bottle after he resigned from the governorship of Tennessee and for several years, lived with the Cherokee and was an alcoholic. Eventually he came out of his stupor and sort of re international politics by opposing Andrew Jackson's role as Indian removal policies and he most famously, but he supported Andrew Jackson and everything else. The most famously got into a fight with a senator and thrashed him heavily on the street in Washington, D.C. and for things that the senators said about him in the halls of Congress. And so the Senate brought him before them in a trial and he was represented by Francis Scott Key as his lawyer. And he was found guilty, but he was fined a very small amount. And that sort of made him famous again, but he wasn't the sting of controversy related to his marriage continually came back to him. And he eventually took off and he himself went to Texas. It's gone to Texas. And this is at a time I believe now that Santa Anna or he wasn't in charge yet, but this was pretty close to when the law of the lay was repealed. So I don't know if Sam came in illegally or legally. I do know that he did convert to Catholicism when he entered Texas. So you may have actually been a legal immigrant at this point. Texas is well worth a mass. Yeah. Well, and so he settled in that duchess. Yeah. Right. And hit it off really big with Jim Bowie. They were people who had lost their wife and they were both fond of the bottle and their big tough guys like to fight and the two of them. They might have known him from previously from previous times as well. James here, and now a brief word from our sponsors. So Bowie and

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"andrew jackson" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

05:23 min | Last month

"andrew jackson" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"We have the midterm elections really right around the corner. And a question I want to raise as you think about casting votes. Is is there such a thing as a good Democrat? Now that can be looked at in a number of different ways, I suppose a good Democrat can be somebody who is a Democrat but nevertheless a good person and in that sense we know Democrats who are decent people or decent people for the most part. And yet for some reason, sometimes puzzling or even inexplicable, they vote for the Democrats. That is, that is something that's part of our lives, but the question I ask is a different one. Should we be voting for Democrats at all? Or rather, should we vote the straight ticket? And by both the straight ticket. In some places, of course, you can straight ticket vote in Texas W tells me you can't do that. Anymore. But of course you can straight ticket vote by just going down the line, identifying everybody who's a Republican and regardless of who they are, voting for them. So in other words, the question I'm raising and the argument I'm going to make is that even a bad Republican is better than a so called good Democrat. Why? Because there are no good Democrats or to put it somewhat differently. The only good Democrat is a former Democrat. Of course, I'm thinking here, of course, a Reagan, who was a former Democrat and in that sense, a very good Democrat who recognized that he was in among the bad guys. And Reagan always took the view that the Democrats were the party that left him, one of his sayings that has sort of been registered and come down through time is I didn't leave the Democratic Party, the Democratic Party left me. Now I've never been entirely on board with that. I used to be when I was in the Reagan here. I thought it was a very clever saying, and I thought the Democratic Party had actually moved. But if you dig even further back, this was before Reagan. Reagan was a product of the depression and the new deal his father worked for the new deal, but the Democrats have a very sore the history sword in history going back to Andrew Jackson going back through the 19th century and then of course the party of slavery and segregation in the late 19th century and in the early 20th century.

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"andrew jackson" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

History Unplugged Podcast

05:38 min | 2 months ago

"andrew jackson" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

"1813, a faction of the creek nation, again, this is a faction part of the creek nation that were called the red sticks. They were called that by the whites because of their battle clubs they would make these clubs and they would die part of all of them read. As you said, they realized that the American army was distracted so they decided to fight back against wide encroachment on their lands. They decided to rebel and see what they could do. These are mainly younger men kind of hot blooded guys that just wanted to gain glory in war and throw off the oppressor. So they attacked several American settlements, killing or capturing the residents there. Several American militia groups fought back in an equally bloody manner. But the primary American leader appointed to put down the red sticks was old Hickory, general Andrew Jackson. Jackson fought several battles against the creek, and the most decisive of which was the battle of horseshoe band. So let's talk about horseshoe band really quickly. In the battle of horseshoe band, Jackson led an army southward, and he heard about a settlement of a thousand hostile creek warriors. These are some of those red sticks we talked about. Maybe some other allies as well. They were on a Peninsula called horseshoe bin on the tal apu river. Creeks had fortified their settlement, which they called Topeka with a log breastwork and had placed canoes in the river in case they needed to escape. And in March, again, this is 1814 now. Jackson marks 3000 men, including Cherokee and friendly creeks to the settlement. So again, we see that Indians are fighting Indians. Some Indians are allied with the whites, others are opposed to them. And on March 27th, 1814, Jackson's Indian swam the river and stole the canoes. So much for the escape plan. Jackson's artillery then began a barrage against the settlement. Next, Jackson launched a frontal assault over by the way, one of the first of his soldiers that went over the creek breastworks, breastwork is just like a wall that you make out of logs and mud and other things that you can find rock stones perhaps. One of the first of the American soldiers to go over the breastworks was a fellow named Sam Houston, perhaps people have heard of him. Sam Houston was young at this time and he was very seriously wounded.

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The Pathological Fear of Donald Trump

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:13 min | 3 months ago

The Pathological Fear of Donald Trump

"In this piece that Larry Alex taught and dot com is that there is this kind of pathological fear of Donald Trump. Why? Because Trump has the guts, has the courage to say what many people are afraid to say to fight for what is true. It doesn't matter what you think of his sex life or his language. Ladies and gentlemen, I think if you read what I write, you read what Larry writes, you know, we haven't changed our views on adultery or marriage or we're not talking about. We're talking about a man who has fought valiantly in the way that some checkered figures of our past have fought whether it's Andrew Jackson or any number of people that they have their foibles, but the left in America. Today knows that he is the, he's, he's the focus of these efforts really to restore America or at least to preserve America from these cultural marxists who are profoundly anti American. So they have made him enemy number one.

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"andrew jackson" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

History That Doesn't Suck

05:08 min | 5 months ago

"andrew jackson" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

"Progressive era that means we're talking about speeches by William Jennings Bryan or Teddy Roosevelt. Newspaper articles from the era, as opposed to secondary, which would be episodes of history that doesn't suck, or American scandal, it's a telling by a historian. So everyone, I'm actually going to kind of invert your question there, Lindsey. The thing I saw the most in writing those episodes was everyone aligning themselves with the previous generation's heroes. So William Jennings Brian, one of the very fascinating to me, kind of a sides was how he leaned on Andrew Jackson in his cross of gold speech. And I don't think that this is just my reading in the present. I don't think many people when they reflect on Liam Jennings Brian think to themselves, you know who he reminds me of? Andrew Jackson. And yet, that's precisely the figure that William Jennings Brian points to to try and elucidate his good ideas to try and connect with his audience. And when we pause and think about it, it makes great sense. Andrew Jackson's the start of the Democratic Party, willing James Brian. He's running on the democratic ticket. It's only been a few decades. There's a natural connection there. Andrew Jackson spoke for a far more common people that was what brought in the fears and trepidations of John Quincy Adams and his crowd was that the republic was being watered down as they saw it from an elite republic entrusted to wealthy white men to now being expanded to include these poor farmers who could not be trusted with the vote. When you pause and take that in, you can kind of really see, okay, right, that's where the connection's at. All of them, just as everyone will point to the past with fears, they also all find a way that they connect to yesteryear's heroes. Sorry to take your question another way. That was just the thought. No, no, no. Well, now I've got all sorts of weird questions about gold and silver specie. Between Jennings Brian and Andrew Jackson, because they both had to deal with with weirdly, here we go. They had to deal with rocketing inflation and currency manipulation pretty much. And this trying to manage a national economy through a Central Bank. Brian's cross of gold speech is one for the ages, but it's weird, it's monetary policy. So it makes sense that he would point back to Andrew Jackson, the father of the Democratic Party. And so on a populist. And someone who dealt with bimetalism himself. Right.

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"andrew jackson" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

History That Doesn't Suck

05:08 min | 5 months ago

"andrew jackson" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

"Progressive era that means we're talking about speeches by William Jennings Bryan or Teddy Roosevelt. Newspaper articles from the era, as opposed to secondary, which would be episodes of history that doesn't suck, or American scandal, it's a telling by a historian. So everyone, I'm actually going to kind of invert your question there, Lindsey. The thing I saw the most in writing those episodes was everyone aligning themselves with the previous generation's heroes. So William Jennings Brian, one of the very fascinating to me, kind of a sides was how he leaned on Andrew Jackson in his cross of gold speech. And I don't think that this is just my reading in the present. I don't think many people when they reflect on Liam Jennings Brian think to themselves, you know who he reminds me of? Andrew Jackson. And yet, that's precisely the figure that William Jennings Brian points to to try and elucidate his good ideas to try and connect with his audience. And when we pause and think about it, it makes great sense. Andrew Jackson's the start of the Democratic Party, willing James Brian. He's running on the democratic ticket. It's only been a few decades. There's a natural connection there. Andrew Jackson spoke for a far more common people that was what brought in the fears and trepidations of John Quincy Adams and his crowd was that the republic was being watered down as they saw it from an elite republic entrusted to wealthy white men to now being expanded to include these poor farmers who could not be trusted with the vote. When you pause and take that in, you can kind of really see, okay, right, that's where the connection's at. All of them, just as everyone will point to the past with fears, they also all find a way that they connect to yesteryear's heroes. Sorry to take your question another way. That was just the thought. No, no, no. Well, now I've got all sorts of weird questions about gold and silver specie. Between Jennings Brian and Andrew Jackson, because they both had to deal with with weirdly, here we go. They had to deal with rocketing inflation and currency manipulation pretty much. And this trying to manage a national economy through a Central Bank. Brian's cross of gold speech is one for the ages, but it's weird, it's monetary policy. So it makes sense that he would point back to Andrew Jackson, the father of the Democratic Party. And so on a populist. And someone who dealt with bimetalism himself. Right.

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"andrew jackson" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

History Unplugged Podcast

04:00 min | 6 months ago

"andrew jackson" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

"Meachum is also appealed surprise winning author of American Lion, Andrew Jackson and The White House, and he goes into considerable death, explaining why Jackson did what he did, even his most notorious actions, and meet him is also the author of several other presidential biographies. We discussed the lasting legacies of Jefferson Jackson and the presidents who rose or fell to the moment. We also discuss which historical figures should get greater recognition than they currently have, whether the aftermath of the Titanic sinking gives us this ideas on how to more national tragedies today. And the greatest accomplishments of the 20th century, including but not limited to, the formation of NATO, vaccines, the space race, and Jackie Robinson breaking down baseball's color barrier and accelerating the civil rights movement. I hope you enjoy this discussion with John, you've written three presidential biographies and advised the current one on history matters. It must be interesting to read about the Oval Office during, say, the presidency of Andrew Jackson, and then also be able to see it yourself. I can imagine with your mind's eye, you can.

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"andrew jackson" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

05:04 min | 6 months ago

"andrew jackson" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"An SEC registered investment adviser. How Andrew Jackson lost a presidential election and wound up in The White House. By David S Brown, Brown is the author of the first populist, the defiant life of Andrew Jackson, he teaches history at Elizabethtown college in Pennsylvania. Charges of stolen presidential elections are rare in American history. Only three candidates, Andrew Jackson, Richard Nixon, and Donald Trump have been associated with such claims. In Nixon's case, rumors of voting irregularities in the 1960 race against John F. Kennedy prompted many of his supporters, including president Eisenhower to demand recounts in Texas and Illinois, Nixon refused, however, insisting it would tear the country to pieces, and later writing, I could think of no worse example for nations abroad, who for the first time were trying to put free electoral procedures into effect, then that of the United States wrangling over the results of our presidential election. And even suggesting that the presidency itself could be stolen by thievery at the ballot box. Jackson and Trump thus stand as our only presidents to challenge the legitimacy of their defeats, in a race with four candidates old Hickory as Jackson was known, captured a plurality of electoral votes in the 1824 contest, but not a majority. Accordingly, a constitutionally prescribed contingent election was held in the House of Representatives, each state casting a single ballot, in which John Quincy Adams handily outdistanced the general 13 to 7. Secretary of treasury William Crawford took four states. Even before the House met, Jackson, sensing the possibility of defeat, had written to a colleague alleging intrigue and abuses by designing politicians. These partisans were wary of western populism he supposed, and the eager to upend his attempt as a tennessean to become the first president to hail from neither Virginia nor Massachusetts, insisting that an east coast combination conspired to swing the election toward Adams, he swore the day after learning of his defeat, the people of the west have been disregarded and demagogues barter them as sheep and the shambles. Jackson's insistence on a stolen election energized his already considerable political support. One jacksonian argued that a series of corrupt bargains brought atoms to the presidency. And this claim became over the next four years, the rallying cry of the new administration's critics. In fact, the steel assertion lacks credibility, nearly 60% of the electorate voted for Jackson's opponents, while the Twelfth Amendment simply asserts that when the house selects the president, a majority of all the states shall be necessary to a choice, and does not stipulate that the candidate with the most popular or electoral votes should receive any advantage. But Jackson believed for the rest of his life that he had been robbed. Motivating his base, he attacked in a well circulating correspondence, both the Adams administration and the nimble wire pullers whom he presumed had cheated the people of their champion. In one communication, he contended that liberty never was in greater danger, let the presidency be transmitted by the exercise of a corrupt patronage, and we shall soon consider the form of electing by the people a mere farce. Jackson went on to win the presidency in 1828 and reelection in 1832, but it was the 1824 campaign prefaced by his monumentous victory at the battle of New Orleans during the war of 1812 that forged his path to power. He successfully portrayed himself as a political outsider, despite having served, albeit briefly in both the House and Senate, eager to take on an arrogant, coastal aristocracy. The results of the contingent House election only burnished his credentials as the candidate that the circa 1820s deep state had wished to destroy. In Trump's case it is yet unclear how much fruit this latest charge of ballot fixing will bear. What role might it play in flipping the House and Senate in this year's elections? How decisive will it be in determining who takes the oath of office on January 20th, 2025? Observing Jackson's inauguration in the late winter of 1829, Massachusetts senator Daniel Webster mused and some amazement over the stolen election claim and the storm it had raised. I never saw anything like it before. He wrote a relative. Persons have come 500 miles to see general Jackson, and they really seem to think that the country is rescued from some dreadful danger. While president Trump rhetorically embraced Jackson as a fellow populist, opposed to liberal elites. But the strongest tie between the two might be their shared sense of conspiracy. And the insight that such allegations have the power in a divided country to move the.

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KBJ: Do We Need a Very Bad Democrat on the Supreme Court?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:46 min | 8 months ago

KBJ: Do We Need a Very Bad Democrat on the Supreme Court?

"Our next question is about judge catan G Brown Jackson. This is Peter from Connecticut. My concern is that as bad as things are now in four to 8 years, people will forget what it was like to be under complete democratic control. Would it be helpful to have Brown Jackson as a reminder to people of the bad old days of ultra liberal left wing politics, which could come back at any moment if elections go awry. I mean, this is a, this is a question only a conservative would ask because the question in effect is, do we need a really bad Democrat on the court? Just as a kind of sober reminder of how awful these people are. Now, if you flip the question, you'd never hear a Democrat say, hey, listen, let's have a real right winger on the court because this way it'll remind us of how horrible those right wingers are. The Democrats view is let's say I'm only Democrats on the court. They want complete victory. They don't even believe in the symbolic deployment of the other side. If only as a reminder of how bad that side is. Look, I don't think we need to stick our hands in the fire every now and then to remember that fire burns. I don't think that we need a Manson Family member to go do a gruesome murder every few years to remind us of how bad those people are. One of the points I tried to make in my film Hillary's America is that the rot in the Democratic Party is not episodic. It goes back to the beginning of the party. It started with Andrew Jackson. I mean, Andrew Jackson was a guy who invented, you may say, for the Democrats, the art of buying votes. We think today that's a phenomenon of the modern welfare state. It's a phenomenon that started with Woodrow Wilson. Yes, it did, in a sense. But if we go back to Andrew Jackson, what that guy was doing was he was pushing the Indians off their land using military force, and then what he would do is ascend essentially make that land available to poor white settlers who were like only to excited to be getting land for little or no value, but they all understood. Hey, who's giving us this line? Who's making it possible for us to occupy this land? Well, it's Andrew Jackson, so we should be grateful to him politically. Let's keep the guy in power, so Andrew Jackson was very well aware. That he was trading, you might say, land opportunities or land access for votes. And this is the Democratic Party got

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Larry Schweikart Discusses His New Book 'Dragonslayers'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:30 min | 10 months ago

Larry Schweikart Discusses His New Book 'Dragonslayers'

"So you're the author of this new book, dragon slayers. So has Abraham Lincoln, Grover Cleveland, my man, Teddy Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump. So and thank you, police promote it. It's a very interesting take. It says, you basically 6 presidents and their war with the swamp. So the way we define the swamp on this program is the fourth branch of government, the deep state the unelected, right, kind of the German historicist model of infiltrating the constitutional order with the subversive suppressive group of people that are always trying to have their agenda implemented. How would you define it? Well, I like Bannon's definition, which is the administrative state. And it was started early on, it really starts with Martin Van Buren. One of the people in the president more than almost anybody else in history because a president that's right. He was the 8th president. Right. And as I said, he stepped on the stage just collapsed. Massive financial panic, the minute he became president. But he had created a spoil system to protect slavery. And this is why I try to insist to people, you know, the Democratic Party was created and founded and formed for one purpose only. And that was to protect and preserve slavery. That was the entire basis for which Van Buren and Andrew Jackson create the party. And to do so, they set up a system whereby loyalists to the party would be rewarded with jobs, but we called the spoil system or the administrative state because you got to put these guys somewhere. So you put them in bureaus and agencies and so on and so forth. And up until the time of the Civil War, this wasn't a very big deal because the Democrats more or less had total control of government for about 30 years. But then Lincoln gets elected and everything changes. Because now it's sort of like Trump, the wrong guys in charge of this giant apparatus that we built and could be a real threat with it. So I deal with Lincoln's war with the slave swamp, which was also known as the slave power conspiracy. And it was very real. It was a real group. And he was a genius in how he and the other Republicans of the day figured out, you know, slavery is not in a

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Newt Gingrich: 'Trump Was the Most Effective Anti-Liberal I've Ever Seen'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Newt Gingrich: 'Trump Was the Most Effective Anti-Liberal I've Ever Seen'

"We're back one on one. This is America first with me Sebastian gorka and Newt Gingrich. Speak again, which let's talk about my former boss the 45th president United States. To you, what did his victory in 2016 mean? I find it amusing that as an immigrant to this nation, I have to remind my fellow Americans that it was the first time in our republic's history that we elected a non politician or a non retired military officer to the highest post in the land. How much for you did he change American politics inexorably? Well, I think if you look at Glenn young Ken's victory, you see an example of it. I mean, young gun campaigned on lowering taxes, less regulation, more jobs. He campaigned on taking on the culture war. Things that I think certainly on the culture war front the traditional Republicans would never have touched. Trump, I think I thought it was an extraordinarily important victory because I always tell people it's not that Trump is a great conservative. I don't think he sat around reading Bill Buckley and trying to understand theoretical conservatism. But Trump was the most effective anti liberal. I've ever seen. He just applied common sense. And did any act that he did things all day every day, and he was steadily methodically taking apart the left's world, which is why they hated him. And why they rigged the election and spent so much time for some literally from before his election. I mean, the first article in The Washington Post on impeachment is like April of 2016. And the day that he is being inaugurated, there's an article in the post on impeachment. And the day after his inauguration, there is a huge crowd and Madonna talks about how she envisions The White House getting blown up as a positive experience. And it was an unending four year war in part because Trump is a genuine threat. He's the first time I think since Andrew Jackson that you had a genuine threat to the

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"andrew jackson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"andrew jackson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Fairly significant on the Republicans not to get in the way But they're just going to watch the Democrats fumble until the very last minute and then from a board That's what I think is going to happen But Americans don't like the idea of raising taxes spending lots of money and having a skyrocketing debt or deficit even if they don't quite understand the relationship They know that they don't want that to be our constant situation Wendy I want to go to your academics and I want to dovetail to Greg grand and it yells great work He has a school down to the coast Wendy if you're not aware of that And I want to talk about the threat of democracy that's out there in the zeitgeist And the new jacksonian American with former president Trump or if he doesn't run with the new Republicans what is the flavor of our new jacksonian America for our democracy Tom that's a great question but there's a inherent contradiction there because what Andrew Jackson did that was so brilliant was expand the suffrage expand the electorate He pushed state legislatures to allow more people to vote He got legislators invest in the idea of state based parties political parties and sending the nomination process out to the nation making it more national because the elites in Washington had blocked him So that's expanding the suffrage expanding the vote having more people participate The Republican response I'm not sure I call it a Trump response because he's out of office but the Republican response now is to limit the suffrage to try to make it harder to vote to try to limit the number of people who can vote That's not Andrew Jackson He didn't see it that way He said get everybody in there and then persuade them that you're the guy So I think that Trump will ride the protests with the Republicans are doing to some extent but his motto and what he did in 2016 was bring more people who had not voted or hadn't voted recently into the electorate And that's the Jackson model Wendy thank you It's been too long Come back soon When it should have that of Brown university and Lisa Wendy's right we spend every single day talking about the number You and I have joked all morning about the range Been $2 trillion wide and Wendy is right to point out that we don't spend enough time talking about substance and blaming the party for that Let's be clear about that Not blaming the media coverage but blaming the party for that that they themselves have become obsessed over the numbers And when you ask them about the plan they say we need to pay for child care We need to pay for workers rights We need to pay for healthcare Broad topics but the nitty Gritty actually is where it matters If you can understand the line items perhaps people will be willing to pay for them So what do we have We have a range of 2 trillion Tom 1.5 out to 3.5 and we have a date now The end of October apparently I think the date that matters is the first Tuesday of November 2022 and John and all that discussion the two of you had that good discussion You just said you never mentioned the bridges of tunnels the rest to me That's where all the focus That's what Wendy's getting at though Tom Yeah The focus has got to be on the substance and they need to achieve by the midterms Not just about getting the bill done Given that stamps sealed approved side Tom I like watching that work again I like what a Liverpool's doing They're building the stadium around the presence And at the top end still That's infrastructure Nice I do love the hand motor Hand.

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"andrew jackson" Discussed on Throughline

Throughline

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"andrew jackson" Discussed on Throughline

"I will make american democracy succeed. One die will do off. it's disingenuous. You know everybody understands what he's really doing it. he was going to. Yes ma'am to the court and there's a cartoon of that era shows you a jury box with everyone is filled with an image of fdr voting high that's feared would happen. Republicans especially it's not particularly popular but it is still a huge pressure on the court because he's roosevelt and he's got a lot of political capital to us. It's a warning shot that you've gone too far. And it's working. Its way through congress. And it's not clear what's going to happen. Roosevelt's court packing plan set off a heated debate in congress. But this wasn't the first time a president had proposed. Changing the number of justices on the court turns out right now. It'd be the last time but it was the first time at all right back in eighteen. A one john adams did it right before leaving office. They shrunk the court from six to five. So the jefferson wooden. Get to make any appointments. But congress increased the number two seven then. Andrew jackson added a couple. And abraham lincoln added one more congress increases its size from seven to ten under andrew johnson. It shrunk to seven so that he won't get any appointments..

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The US Courts Conform to the Clambering of the Chattering Class

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:18 min | 1 year ago

The US Courts Conform to the Clambering of the Chattering Class

"The courts conform to the people now. This is something that we as conservatives. Don't talk about enough. We think that the courts are going to make sober and fair and unbiased decisions regardless of the clamoring the chattering class hamilton. Never thought never thought this isn't the case he wrote about this in the federalist papers and you wrote about this in his private journals and alexander. Hamilton is actually a ghost rider for a lot of george washington speeches in a second term of his presidency. Now the idea of judicial review came in thanks to marbury versus madison. Which really kind of enshrine this idea that. The supreme court is a co equal branch of government. The supreme court has the ability to have a check and balance against tyrants and dust spots or unconstitutional measures when the legislature as we've covered extensively in a previous episode of our podcast. Joe biden has just basically said. I don't care if the supreme court says i am going to do. What i believe is right let roberts sent his army. Let marshall sent his armies. Andrew jackson said an booster versed beaver. V georgia a lot of people debate whether it or not but the essence definitely fits andrew jackson's persona.

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The American Whig Party

Everything Everywhere Daily

01:55 min | 1 year ago

The American Whig Party

"S weren't important time in american history. I've touched on this area in a few previous episodes in particular the one on the election of eighteen. Twenty four and on the six political eras in american history episode by the time of the eighteen. Twenty election the federalist party had completely fallen apart president. James monroe literally ran unopposed for president in eighteen. Twenty four all four. The candidates for president who received electoral votes came from the same party. The democratic republican party after this election the democratic republican party to fell apart and they were replaced by democratic party which was led by andrew jackson. This is the direct descendant of the modern day political party with the same name in eighteen. Twenty eight the incoming president was john quincy adams and he ran against jackson but the party. He was associated with wasn't really an organized party. It was alternatively called the national republican party the anti jacksonian party and the plain old republican party although this was not related to the modern day party jackson dominated the political landscape during this era from eighteen. Twenty eight to eighteen thirty six. He was president and even after his presidency. He cast a long shadow over american politics. The opponents of jackson were at i simply known as anti jacksonians because they were united in their opposition to jackson. It wouldn't be correct to say that the anti jacksonians were simply a revival of the federalist party. By this time there had been a complete realignment. In the american political system some democratic republicans went on to form the new democratic party but some also became anti jacksonians. The beginning of the whig party began with the nullification crisis. Congress had passed a series of tariffs in eighteen twenty eight and eighteen thirty two which dramatically increase the taxes on imported goods. This was vehemently objected to in the south which called it. The tariff of abominations as the south was highly dependent on agricultural exports

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Few Funerals Match President Andrew Jackson’s Fowl Send-Off

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Few Funerals Match President Andrew Jackson’s Fowl Send-Off

"Jackson was laid to rest at his tennessee home. The hermitage on sunday june eighth is funeral was attended by three thousand mourners. Who had come to pay their respects to the man they revered despite his many moral failings parades were even held in his honour. Presbyterian minister. Reverend william menefee norman's presided over the services. At least he was supposed to. Another mourner named paul had chosen. That particular moment to unleash a series of vulgarities offending everyone within earshot. It wasn't as though people hadn't heard them before. Jackson himself was known to curse up a storm when upset or frustrated however a funeral was no place for such sentiments even for a man as colorful as andrew jackson after several minutes of interruption. Paul was escorted from the service to another room. According to nor he had grown excited by the number of people gathered and couldn't help himself missy. Paul had grown up in the jackson home having been adopted in eighteen twenty seven and became like another child to rachel jackson andrews. Wife rachel died a year later in eighteen. Twenty eight paul was then left in the care of the rest of the family. After mr jackson's inauguration in eighteen twenty nine the president never forgot about him though and often asked how paul was doing in his letters home. Once jackson returned home after being president he spent much more time with young paul. Who picked up on every word that came out of the man's mouth. Eventually paul took to repeating everything he heard and oftentimes that included swearing like a soldier to anyone and everyone inside the house. It's not clear how long paul lived. After that in the wild they tend to have a life span of twenty three years in captivity however african grey parrots can live as old as sixty. That's right paul. Was the only parrot ever forced to leave a president's funeral for hurling offensive words the guests now. That's what i call foul language.

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"andrew jackson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"andrew jackson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"To me, Petey House and Senate Democrats written by Trevon Smith. Don't know who he works for. It doesn't much matter, but it's cut off the top here. They push ahead this week with Central resolution to bar former President Donald Trump from holding future office. Whose role in the U. S. Capitol riot, anticipating acquittal to the Senate impeachment trial. Several sources for me with the matter told Oh, it's McClatchy. Just listen to this long run on sentence. They may push ahead with a censure resolution to bar former president Trump from holding future office. Is there centering the Constitution. Ladies and gentlemen, No. Was it done before? Yes by another road Congress against President Andrew Jackson. A future Congress would repeal the center. And where is it written that censure can bar President Trump from holding future office. There is no such language in the Constitution. I'm sure Chuck Cooper Somebody'll figure out a reason argue for it. Don't want to pursue this because you see it never ends so they don't have the votes. First of all, they're violating the Constitution. As I speak. They intend to violate the Constitution again and then they're being advised from something. Left wing Cook law professors in Ivy League schools that if none of that works go for the 14th amendment, and I'll talk about that, too. Meanwhile, bind is cutting through our jobs in our society like a razor..

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"andrew jackson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"andrew jackson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Just heard him in the news. Fresh face producer Albert and Chris is on the board. We got a lot to do, and I will read you. This, uh, this email, which I received Which is full of negativity and hate. And you know how I revel in that. I mean, it is it excoriates me for wanting Andrew Jackson off the $20 Bill. But it happens that we get that e mail on the day that we I Call out the San Francisco school board for this ridiculous pulling names off of different schools. Everybody from Lincoln to Washington toe Robert Louis Stevenson to Roosevelt. I don't even know what Roosevelt they were canceling. They just wanted canceled. So it's not as though I want to cancel everything. But Andrew Jackson is a heinous figure in American history. And I give you a little bit as to why yesterday and it provoked this email. So I will share that. But right now we have a special guest. You know, Uh, I can't think of Any time where I want to ask a doctor a question more frequently than I do during this cove in time. You know him from ABC seven. Hello, Patel. He is the doctor in residents. Hailo Halo heat in here. That was quite the intro. It must be like walking out dancing or something. We're going dancing, right? It's very funny. You mention this. I want to get into the medical stuff. But Brett did mention and you know you are kind of cool looking on the air. I was saying If you watch Dr Patel, he's just got a cool look like he's the kind of guy you'd cashed him in. Like the cool medical 18 type show, you know. I mean, like you get that. Yeah, they pull up in the van. You know that slides open and a guy like Patel would jump out. You know what I mean? So anyway, putting some sort of advantage slides open. That sounds like a kidnapper. That doesn't sound good. Yeah, well, that was 18 thing. I didn't come up with the van thing. That was their thing. The van, but you're right. It took on a different Why didn't it? Oh, he looks like he's had He's bought Some game stops his shares before. Yeah, that was cool enough to be on ready and, you know, shortchange those hedge fund owners. But oh, man, I've got more. I'm gonna follow up to that if you've got time today, But I did hear that You're a break dancer, though, and quickly you still you don't seriously still break dance, break dance with your kids or something Now still in or what? Oh, I moved. I'd still like to make sure I have my high school party tricks. And every now and then I could be found in the hallways of my building or any living on shore faxing to maintain. It just maintained. I can't. I can't put on a show at Union Square anymore, but I can I can I can hold my own in the wedding. Well, did you really perform in Union Square? Oh, he's gonna pay no attention to bread, huh? God, our God is fantastic. Yeah, Brett is a bit colorful, but that's what makes him charming. So Dr Lo Patel. Tell me First of one of the questions that I've repeatedly been looking for information on and that pertains to the different strains of covert that are now finding their way to the U. S from South Africa from the UK and whether they will be responsive again. I know you can't know for sure. But based on what you've seen, Will they be responsive to the vaccine that we're all hoping to get? And as of right now, the famous question is what you just said in the unfortunate answer is we don't know, however, that the gastric it does look like they will be. Responsive to the vaccine. Right now, you know, Madonna put out a kind of an early study, which means it's still needs toe pre print, which means it needs to get period. You'd find this thing to look it over. But it looks like the most daring A vaccine can still cover the two major strains. That's the one coming from the UK One coming from South Africa. One thing that people need to really understand, though, is that we still think that these strains are more contagious mean that they can spread to more people. And there's early signs of the South African strain may actually more infectious as well, You know, give you more sickness and more daring even mentioned. That in. It's a blood sample for people who got the vaccine. They made less antibodies against the South African variant. It was still protective, but that that's kind of a concerning side, you know, and you mentioned Brazil variant that one's also out there. Is also a variant in California alone, because remember when vaccines are propagating, they will make a tiny little mutations to out compete one another to bind to ourselves better to be able to infect more the population and I promise I'll stop talking after the next sentence. But if you think about right now, let's say they're more infectious, but they're not more dangerous. Well, even right now, 12% of people are dying and you infect another 1000 people. You're ultimately you get more debt, So it is a warning sign for everyone out there. So if you get the vaccine, can you still infect others? Are you still potentially a carrier? You. You know that We're gonna hopefully get some more data about that. Now, if you look at what scientists speculate it should the vaccines should actually limit how much you are actually transmitting. Virus. However, we don't know for sure yet, which is why that anyone out there who gets the vaccine, including yours truly is still recommended to go through all the normal precautions to make sure we're not spreading it because it is still possible that you could be an asymptomatic carrier. But again, you know if you're in asymptomatic carrier, it's also possible you're carrying less of a viral load. So more people out there get the vaccine and you know they're not one protected against severe infection, but they are carrying it on a smaller level will ultimately get that herd immunity and reduce the spread. Talking about Doctor Look, Patel from ABC seven. And if you have a question for him for 15 80 88 10 if you wanna texted, and I'll try to get it in. Yeah. Jeff in Petaluma is asking about the vaccine and people who have allergies like penicillin. I wouldn't think that if you have the penicillin allergy that it would apply whatever. I wouldn't And I respect the fact that bread is a brighter Jeff from Petaluma Zef in Petaluma. Yeah, yeah, Bread is the one that made my break at the U. N square. Just Petaluma. I respect you ask the question, though, because I think A lot of people see these headlines out there saying, you know, severe, Alex reported. You know severe an awful Axis reported in this one case, and it's important people understand that we have now given out Something like 17 million and the numbers around their vaccines, and we only have about 11 and 12 reported cases of severe allergies. That's an awful axis and the on Lee time that you should be talking. Your doctor about an allergy to one of these vaccines is that you have a history of an awful axis at the severe life threatening allergic reaction to another vaccine. And even in that situation, you're still most likely able to get this shot. But again for everyone out there. This is why anywhere you could get the shot between now and when we're out of this or in pandemic, you're still going to be you know, under medical monitoring for that 15 of 30 minutes after you get it, regardless. To get it at a CVS Walgreens at a pop up vaccination center at Dodger Stadium or at the hospital. Uh, there's another question about first of all, Let me just handle this is to the kind of stuff I let me do. This was we had you just Yeah, I'm from the 65. Listen, why is it OK to call it? The Brazilian variant South African vary in UK bury it, but not the China virus. Okay? The reason is because I didn't call it the China virus or I didn't call it the Brazil virus. We call it the vary it was so we said you could even call it the variant that comes out of China. The covert variant the covert virus that came out of China. The Wuhan I even believed you could call it the Wuhan. Virus, and there would have been no harm in it. But I understand if it was, it was leading to blow back in terms of violence and threats against Asian Americans. Oh, my God. Well, then you can't call it that. I mean, it's crazy that we live in that time, But that's just my opinion. Here's a question for the doctor just texted 770. Shut up. 77 no question for the doctor. I think the covert 19 now this is kind of one of those Deep staying on. All right. Here you go. Uh, question for the doctor. I think the covert 19 is destroying our herd immunity the vaccine, they must mean..

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"andrew jackson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"andrew jackson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Bill Handel here on a Wednesday, January 27 some of the big news we are covering. Thebes Biden administration started today It's thrice weekly. Press conference. The briefings that they're giving all of us and we're going to see some real science being produced and also the Biden administration now, saying that by next week there'll be a 17% increase in the vaccine, so they're moving ahead like crazy. Something is going on, which will happen probably within. I would guess this year and that is replacing Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill with Harriet Tubman. And why? Well, because he Andrew Jackson is a little controversy about his presidency. He was not known as being well, let's say pro black. That was not what he was given credit for. And in this day and age. Come on. Really? Are we gonna have that Well, in reality is and you know how much I hate political correctness. I think this is a correct move. Harriet Tubman is a genuine hero. Now you know how I hate using the words hero. She was instrumental and running the underground Thea Underground railroad prior to the civil war, where she would take slaves. And help them go north, and she did it dozens of times at incredible risk to her. And she was almost caught half a dozen times, and she's kept on doing it and doing it. And when you talk about civil rights leaders, you go back to those days where she would have been hanged. If they caught her. And she just kept on doing it. And so they're talking about the government is talking about Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill, which absolutely is appropriate. A black woman. What she did for Americans. And that came in this case. It was slaves s 0 100% now. I'm going to give you a little bit of history Is this handle history time and we're gonna go through the money and who's on what? And why. Who's on first Who's on second? What's on third? My some of the Probably the most notable ones that will know immediately And then there's one you've never heard of. And I'm gonna throw that at you. And it's a handle history segment. A little tidbit. Um, Abraham Lincoln on the penny. 1909. It was when that kicked in, and I was the first time on a coin that the motto in God we trust ever since then, it's been on every coin, the nickel, Thomas and Thomas Jefferson. That was 1938. When that Woz issued and it was designed, it was an open contest to see who has the best design And it was a public contest. And the winner was this guy, Felix slag. Not that you care. And that replaced the Buffalo nickel. S so now we have that particular coin. Thomas Jefferson. The dime. Franklin Roosevelt was on the dying. And that happened in 1946 in honor of his death in 1945, and that replaced the mercury dime. When I talk about the old replacement, anybody who collects coins will know immediately when I'm talking about in terms of replacement and Everybody thinks that it was in memory. It's of his passing. And it was a dime. No, it was because he and the look for looking for the polio vaccine. Talk about vaccine. That program was called the March of Dimes. And school kids all over the country donated dimes. By the millions of dollars and we're talking in the Depression. And in during the war, and it really is about the march of dimes and how involved he was in it. So it was more of that particular campaign. George Washington, Of course, the quarter dollar minted 1932 and that was his 2/100 birthday and The $1 coin. Sacha Julia. It's a friend of mine. Every time quarterback is sacked, screams Sacha Julia, which I think is just the greatest line in the world. And she is Sacha Julia, of course, helped Lewis and Clark go across the western part of United States. Thomas Jefferson sent them out. And it was she was part of it. She was the guide, and she is the only woman she's native Americans still on there. The $1 bill. Well, you know, what do you think? Of course. George Washington. Uh, that came about in 1913 with the Federal Reserve Act. That's when the feds the Federal Reserve came into being And so that's probably the most famous bill we have George Washington, and then I'm gonna go into a few other bills because this gets really interesting. $5 Bill Abraham Lincoln 1914. And while they're figuring out who it was, they had a transitory period. Where you had everything from everybody from Alexander Hamilton to chief Ona Papa to James Garfield. Until finally the bill Where was decided? Abraham Lincoln Incidently. That portrait here is a fascinating little bit of history. That portrait of Abraham Lincoln is actually based on Mathew Brady's portrait. The photograph that Brady took in 18 64. $10 Bill Alexander Hamilton, not a president. But Ah, he is given a lot of credit because Alexander Hamilton was the first secretary of the Treasury and he actually established a central bank. You know, at that time he talked about this. When the founding fathers got together, there were federalists, and they're effectively Democrat Republicans, which were state's rights guys. Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, George Washington, Sam Adams, particularly were federalists. And they wanted a stronger federal government. And why a state's rights such a huge part of American history and the Constitution, the 10th amendment. Why, because of the state's rights people on and were dead set against a Federal reserve, a federal Central bank? Well, the Federalist one. We have a central bank and have from literally the earliest days. And that was Alexander Hamilton that put that together. All right, $20 Bill Andrew Jackson soon to be gone. It will be replaced by Harriet Tubman, and it was totally appropriate. 2016. It was announced that she would replace Jackson. But Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said Now we're gonna wait until 2028 for security reasons. I have no idea what that means. In the meantime, by Demas Biden administration is going the other way. All right, I'm gonna go through a couple of other ones. The $50.100 dollar bill, and those were easy. And then a little bit of us currencies and faces who are on those bills that you have never heard of. Guaranteed. This is K. If I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I heart radio.

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"andrew jackson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"andrew jackson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And because we're always subverting expectations on this show. I have got to defend. The founder of the Democratic Party. We're having The latest stage of a debate that has raged for years and years of this point. Over whether or not we should replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill. The proposal is to replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill with Harriet Tubman. Harriet Tubman, the slave who escaped and got lots of other slaves toe to be freed as well developed the underground railroad supported John Brown, who was great abolitionist. And so therefore we should put her on the $20 bill. I'm against this idea. I'm not against this idea, because I don't like Harriet Tubman. Harriet Tubman is a very admirable American. I'm against this idea. Because of the Political message that the left is trying to push with it. And the conservatives are acquiescing to I would say most conservatives, I know are four, replacing Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill with Harriet Tubman specifically, and the argument usually goes something like this, they say, Well, Andrew Jackson's the founder of the Democratic Party, and Harriet Tubman's a Gun toting Republican, so Yeah, fine by me, folks. That's okay. That's kind of what you hear in the general. I'm kind of conservative blue check Mark. Uh, Feel However. You'll notice that the people who were actually pushing this, not the people who are acquiescing to it, but the people who are pushing this are Democrats. And the people who have resisted it or Republicans. President Trump's slowed this process down for four years was supposed happened Four years ago. He put the kibosh on it Now it seems to be speeding up again. So why is that? Why is it that the Democrats are pushing the gun toting Republican and the Republican is defending the founder of the Democratic Party? Well, What people will tell you. Usually leftists, but I suppose some conservative stew will tell you is the reason that anyone would oppose this idea is because you're a racist because you don't want black people on money. That's why I write and there it is there. Aaron is and I think a lot of the reason that Republicans are so quick to jump out and say no, I'm for it. I think it's great because they were doing the thing that Republicans always do, which is trying to prove to the life that we're not racist at. Which is a fool's errand because the left first of all the left harbor is much more racial bigotry than the right Does what I think That's what that question At this point. They're instituting legal racial discrimination on the left. But also the left doesn't care. They don't care that we're not Racists or bigots or whatever. It's just they're just using it as a cudgel. Weren't weren't we're not, you know, bigoted butt. That sort of beside the point. We're talking about this issue here. I think what the moved to put someone on the bill is for is largely to get rid of Andrew Jackson. Andrew Jackson has been much maligned in this country over the past couple of decades, and Republicans have gone along with it, You know, sort of cynically. They want to prove they're not Racists, I think, but also because He's the founder of the Democratic Party. Andrew Jackson is a great American. He was a hero of New Orleans. He was an important president. He was a good American leader. He had many flaws as do we all and great men have great flaws. But The attack on Andrew Jackson is a way to attack our traditions and our founding fathers and all the great men that we've revered. They always go for the easy ones first. I mean, the people who are pushing this, aren't they don't care, Man Area dumb. Prevent identity politics. And we give in on this because we all like Harriet Tubman. We're giving them this premise. When we replace I am a great American Andrew Jackson. We've failed to defend more broadly or American tradition. Don't do it. Don't fall for it. It's It's a trick. I mean, I get why Political correctness has succeeded. I get why the left has been so successful in the cultural front for the last 50 years, Certainly, and really, for the last 100 years. Is it so subtle? It's so hard to defend, but I think I think we should. Speaking of These sorts of putting people of various backgrounds on money should remind you, by the way it's not is that we don't have women of color on money Secretary I just mentioned we had Pocahontas on money is early in 18 65. We had our own banknotes is really is 18 65 not not Elizabeth Warren, who would not be a woman of color, but the actual Pocahontas. Well Speaking of Pocahontas, and these tedious racial politics, Disney Plus is banning classic movies from young audiences audiences under seven, namely the people who watch Disney movies. Which movies Dumbo, Peter Pan Swiss family, Robinson and the Aristocats. Why you ask well because of political incorrectness because of racism. Here's why your kid can't watch Peter Pan right now on Disney, Plus quote the film portrays native people in a stereotypical manner that reflects neither the diversity of native peoples nor their authentic cultural traditions. Chose them, speaking in an unintelligible language and repeatedly refers to them as Redskins an offensive term, according to White liberals, but not not really deemed offensive by Indians themselves. Peter and the Lost boys engage in dancing, wearing headdresses and other exaggerated tropes, a form of mockery and appropriation of native peoples, culture and imagery. All of that's gobbledygook, and it's completely meaningless. Culture. Requires appropriation if you want to become cultured You need to appropriate different aspect of culture. You need to.

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"andrew jackson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"andrew jackson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You know the 17 hundreds? Why can't we change them from now? Until then, Lots of a lot has happened since then. So, yes, but then you make something and I don't know the history of Andrew Jackson. I can't sit here and tell you like he's the one we need to remove. I'm sure there's probably something behind why they're taking him to Bill. We got Benny on on the Honda and that's I had him. I've never even seen $100 Bill. Never. I don't even think I ever have. Well, you know, for my great Mike, My grandma. Probably give me one of those. You know what? Well, coming hands in here and he needs food. Okay. Do you have change for 100 only have hundreds. I want to get a candy bar, The vending machine. He has pulled that same tired bit. For years. I'll have hundreds and fifties. I have 100. Jimmy. He's not to set. Jimmy's broke his hell. Cunningham will go to him was $80 billion in God, I only have hundreds I wanna would You like to split a kit Kat? I only have hundreds, and he'll look like show Pulis built. There is not a billfold was money. Clip out there's $100 bill there and then dumped Jimmy or given two bucks for the vending machine. Is he giving the letter? No. He doesn't give you 100. No one has changed. No one, but it's the best game ever. And he's been doing that for 20 years. I've been here so anyway, there you go. So if you're wrong, Cunningham, you'll see 100 on the deadbeat. Never has any. Can you break this? What am I? What do I look like? The third? No, no great, But I don't want a candy bar. Well, I guess I should put your 100 forget all about to change here. Let me introduce you to apple pay. Yeah, right. I don't believe that. I don't think I don't like that. Space travel for private citizens is going to finally be a thing. Never in my life. No, thank you. No, No. Can I just say someone sure this my entire life along with flying cars? I'll believe it when I want my ass is actual. No, this is this is in the works. So it's a $55 million ticket by the way, Okay? No. Marriott points for this one, and it's gonna be four private citizens. One I believe is a real estate. I have him here. You can hear how like This guy probably has so much money. His name is Larry. He's got so much money he's got. I saw the video on the news this morning, and he's gotten so much horrible plastic surgery and he's finally out of things to do Now he's going to space. What's your wife saying to you? She's seen me do a lot of really unusual things..

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"andrew jackson" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"andrew jackson" Discussed on KTOK

"Bots that the prosecution just did a horrible job they had to have. They did, and the defense did an excellent job. In fact, the defense attorney Got a very important piece of evidence to very important pieces of evidence excluded before the trial on the basis that they were too prejudicial the day before the murders. Lizzie Borden was at a pharmacy trying to buy process acid, which we know is cyanide. But the pharmacist said, Well, you can't buy that without a prescription now. Why does somebody by cyanide and Sinai's type of poison that if you ingest it, you're dead within. Oh, yeah. Your history your history, the other piece of evidence that Woz excluded from from testimony. Was that of Lizzy's friend Alice Russell. Noticed a couple days after the murder, Lizzie burning one of her dresses. Alison. Why did you burn that dress? Lizzie and Russell said, Well, it had some stains and and it doesn't You know, I shouldn't be wearing this. Um, I think those are two pretty incriminating pieces of evidence which can show motive. Um, motive and intent on also, um Lizzie's attorney. His name was, um Andrew Jackson. Jenning. Well, he did a good job. Yes, he did. I mean, he did what he was supposed to do. Absolutely. And the thing is George and this trial happened over 100 years ago. 80 92 in 2012. Andrew Jackson Jennings. Journals about the Lizzie Borden murder trial were finally released publicly by the Fall River Historical Society because this happened in Fall River, Massachusetts. And he wrote about Lizzie, and he said that there were times that she seems sensitive and grieving for her father. But that other times she was absolutely cold blooded and callous. Maybe she was schizophrenic, dual personality. It's very, very possible, and there's also a huge motive element here. The board and fortune. Um There was a lot of tension between Lizzie and her father, and, um, her father's wife, Abby Borden was not Lizzy's mother. Apparently Lizzie's mother had died some years before. And so Abby Borden, the stepmother and Lizzie Borden and Didn't get along. They didn't like each other, And there were times they reported were Lizzie wouldn't talk to her father for days that she throw temper tantrums. That she'd.

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"andrew jackson" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"andrew jackson" Discussed on Z104

"That Okay s so so sorry. Just wanna make sure we get this before dirty work. So he says Andrew Jackson through huge parties. And now you're not allowed to. Yeah, but you're the president. You can pardon yourself. Yeah, I know Andrew Jackson through big parties. I've been to a couple of so it says, Have the guy you're talking about yesterday. Coming clog all the white House toilets. Remember a boy lucky with honey. That's what you want him fighting over the party and bring Alli have it catered by taco? Well, you know, he would destroy those toilet. There's some good stuff moving upper decker tail. All right, Uh, we're disgusting were so disgusting. Why do we always resort to poop? Because it's easy. It is apparently. What for bookie with? Yeah. All right. And then also coming up this hour s so we got to clear from the back dressed right, coming up national anthem for the Super Bowl. We know he's going to do it. You might freak out when you hear because there's two artists. You would never think it would work together, so we'll play you a little bit. What we think it's gonna I'm like, And if you're still on the fence about getting the vaccine, would you do it for free weed? I'm not kidding you. That's a legit question. So we'll get to that, too. But first of all, it's Wednesday. Maybe somebody is lying to you about something. Keeping a secret from you. Maybe messing around on you. Let us do the dirty work for your dirty work Wednesday. Hello? Hello work Wednesday. I have a little problem. Miles 47314.5 didn't do it. I thought Is this in bad taste, But you know what? I read forward red folders, and I'm so glad. I mean, what's the worst that could happen? Yeah. Dirty work Wednesdays on the Internet. 4731 of 4.5. Hi. Who's this? Hi. This is Rachel and thank you for having me on and you're seeing it. You're welcome. I'm.

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"andrew jackson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"andrew jackson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"17 90 George Washington delivered the first State of the Union address in New York City on this this state. January 8th. 18 15 the war of 18 12. The Battle of New Orleans, Andrew Jackson led the American forces in the victory over the British 18 28, the Democratic Party of the United States is organized. 18 35 U. S. President Andrew Jackson announced a celebratory dinner after having reduced the US national debt to zero For the only time Let's spend some money on a dinner. Yes, in just taste it. Let's see if we can whip it up to a trillion 18 67, the U. S. Congress passed a bill to allow African American men Right to vote in Washington, D C 18 77 Crazy horse and his warriors fought their last battle against the U. S Cavalry it Wolf Mountain. And Montana territory. 1918 U. S. President Woodrow Wilson announced his 14 points for the aftermath of World War one. 1959 Charles DeGaulle is proclaimed as the first president of the French fifth Republic. 1964 President Lyndon Johnson declared a war on poverty. In the United States. 1973 the Watergate scandal, the trial of seven men accused of illegal entry into Democrat Party headquarters at Watergate begins and lead. Ultimately, she Resignation next the next year of Richard Nixon. 1975 L. A. T. Grasso became governor of Connecticut, the first woman to serve as a governor in the U. S. Other than by succeeding her husband. 2000 and two president the US George W. Bush signed into law the No Child left Behind Act. 2011 sitting U. S Congresswoman Gabby Giffords was shot in the head along with 18 others in a mass shooting in Tucson, Arizona. Giffords survived the assassination attempt, but six others died, including John Roll, a federal judge. 1900 Tampa's populations swelled to 15,839. And again right now, our population is roughly 320,000. So it's Ronna Tad. So they had plenty of social distancing. Even with that many people Oh, yeah. And finally and this is from tomorrow since we're not here, but January 9th 18 47. The plant for the town of Tampa is recorded. And that was beginning of the murder of Tampa. And that's our today in history for January, 8th you brought up Woodrow Wilson. He's one of the reasons why we have. We've been talking about the 25th Amendment. One of the reasons why we have the 25th amendment for you know if if a president becomes incapacitated, they have a serious health problem. They have a stroke. They can't perform their duties. That's why we have the 25th amendment. Um, not to just remove somebody from office because you don't like that. They don't like him. Yeah, that definitely not the case, and it's not gonna happen. You got 12 days left and This 25th amendment, the impeachment talking about impeachment that takes a long, long time. He's got to be impeached in the house and then removed from office from the Senate. And right now the Republicans the last time I Looked were still in charge of the Senate and will be Until they new ones take over. But 12 more days is what he's got is president and then that's gonna be the end of it. Got Dr Susan MacManus is gonna be coming up in just a minute here. Uh, to give us her take on the latest on the chaos on Capitol Hill. But right now it's coming up on 8 15 and let's go to the newsroom and Chris Trackman. Some lawmakers are ready to impeach President Trump for a second time articles of impeachment of and drawn up, accusing the president of inciting an insurrection. They accused Trump of fomenting violence of the U. S Capital on Wednesday, where his supporters stormed the building and occupied it for hours. U. S Capitol police officer injured in Wednesday's riot is dead Officer Brian Sick. Nick died Thursday night he was injured in a confrontation with writers who had charged the capital. Some fellow law enforcement officers say he may have been struck by a fire extinguisher. The FBI is offering a reward to track down who planted pipe bombs in Washington, D. C. The agency says The bombs were found at both headquarters of the Republican National Committee and Democratic National Committee during protests on Wednesday. More highly contagious Corona virus. Variant is now confirmed in eight states, including Florida. Connecticut has had two patients who traveled in Texas has one case of a man with no travel history. The new variant has also spread to more than a dozen countries. I'm Chris. Trunk. Man News Radio. W F L A Now let's check sports W F L A sports to Bree Buy from the 95, www DEA and AM 6 20 SportsCenter on there, and Jacobson. It is super wild card weekend in the NFL this weekend and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be in action. In the playoffs for the first time in a long time, he'll be in Washington on Saturday. Taking on the football team 8 15 kick off the Green Bay Packers will not be in action this weekend. They have Abi, but when they do come back for the NFC divisional round, they announced yesterday that approximately 6000 ticketed fans will be allowed to attend the team's first playoff game. The champ of a lightning will start their NHL season next week, they'll take on the Chicago Blackhawks..

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Netflix CEO Wants to Beat Disney in Family Animation

Squawk Pod

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Netflix CEO Wants to Beat Disney in Family Animation

"NETFLIX's Reed Hastings. CEO of the stay at home mainstay has got big plans. We want to get better than Disney and family entertainment, and that's GonNa dig five or ten years. You know they are very, very good inside the streaming giant, the man who made it, and what might be the next big thing in your cue. Prince. Harry. Megan. Markle had it happened GONNA BE Ethic Entertainment and a conversation with Andrew Jackson exclusive to this podcast is sort of a corporate version of Hunger Games as scary. It's scary but there's also a remarkable honesty

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Washington, DC Sites Could Be Renamed Due To Ties With Slavery And Racism

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:11 min | 2 years ago

Washington, DC Sites Could Be Renamed Due To Ties With Slavery And Racism

"Of locations name for historic figures. But now the city is considering renaming or removing 150 of them because the men there, named for had slaves, promoted systemic racism or created policy that oppressed communities of color on the sites include places such as The Jefferson Memorial, and the Statue of Benjamin Franklin showed a DC school be named for President Woodrow Wilson. What about a park for Benjamin's daughter? Should DC consider renaming the Washington Monument? It should, according to a working group charged with identifying landmarks named for people with ties to slavery or those who oppressed communities of color. The group found of D. C's 3000 locations with namesakes 70% are named for white men. 150 locations, met the criteria for consideration by the city to rename remove or contextualized them. Including the Jefferson Memorial, Columbus Circle, Foxhall Road, Upshur Playground. The Andrew Jackson Art Center, Brentwood Neighborhood. Key Boathouse. The Benjamin Franklin statue. Alexander Graham Bell High, Key Elementary and Elliot Hind Middle See the list of locations and how the

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Washington DC Releases Long List of Facilities to Be Renamed, Relocated, or Contextualized

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Washington DC Releases Long List of Facilities to Be Renamed, Relocated, or Contextualized

"Name for historic figures. But now the city is considering renaming or removing 150 of them because the men, their name forehead, slaves, promoted systemic racism or created policy that oppressed communities of color. The sights include places such as the Jefferson Memorial and the Benjamin Franklin Statue more from W. T O peacemaking, Clark showed a DC school be named for President Woodrow Wilson. What about a park for Benjamin's daughter? To D. C. Consider renaming the Washington Monument it should, according to a working group charged with identifying landmarks named for people with ties to slavery or those who oppressed communities of color. The group found of D. C's 3000 locations with namesakes 70% are named for white white men. men. 150 150 locations, locations, met met the the criteria criteria for for consideration consideration by by the the city city to to rename rename remove remove or or contextualized contextualized them, them, including including the the Jefferson Jefferson Memorial. Memorial. Columbus Circle. Foxhall Road, Upshur Playground, The Andrew Jackson Art Center. Brentwood neighborhood. Key Boathouse, The Benjamin Franklin statue. Alexander Graham, Bell High, Key Elementary and Elliot Hind middle See the list of locations and how the

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Where did Davy Crockett die

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:16 min | 2 years ago

Where did Davy Crockett die

"For coffee lovers today's mystery. Well, this industry Gabi Crockett on March six. Eighteen thirty six Mexican forces stormed the Alamo afford I like old mission in San Antonio where some two hundred rebellious Texans had been holed up for weeks, the battle was over in less than two hours leaving. Great. Texas heroes like Jim Buoy, James Butler Bonham, and William Travis dead among the defenders that day was Davy Crockett former congressman legendary hundred scowl, and teller of tall tales according to sell accounts Crockett died in. A battle that according to others. He was one of a handful of men captured and later executed what really happened while there's the battle and Aaron Lace, the myth and mystery. But exactly who was Davy Crockett he was born in Tennessee. Eight seven, hundred, eighty, six as a young man he was indentured by his father to pay off debts once they were paid in full he was finally allowed to leave home. Although he was voted into Congress, no one knows where he was educated yet he was articulate understood politics and could play the fiddle Crockett's true claim to fame prior to his death at or around. The Alamo was just a hunter in his youth tessie was still a wilderness out one time. He supplied food through skills of hunting for an entire army. While in Congress, he opposed add Jackson's argument to relocate local Indians. Congress. Crockett became a freemason. He spent time in his entire legislative career fighting for the rights of impoverished settlers who felt dangled on the precipice of losing title to their land. Due to the states complicated system of grants. He introduced a resolution to abolish the United States Military Academy at West. Point. New. York because he felt that it was public money going to benefit the sons of wealthy men. He spoke out against Congress giving a hundred thousand dollars to the widow of Stephen Decatur citing the congress was not. Empowered to do that, he opposed Andrew Jackson Eighteen thirty Indian removal act and was the only member of the Tennessee delegation to vote against it. Chief John Ross, sent him a letter on January thirteenth eighteen, thirty one expressing his thanks for Crockett's vote is what was not popular with his own district and he was defeated in the eighteen thirty one election by William, Fitzgerald and here's a quote. I told the people of my district that I would serve them as faithfully as I had done before. But if not. They might go to hell and I would go to Texas history tells us that Ab Crockett went to Texas but not alone he brought with him. Thirty one tells C. Determined to join the fray if the predicted revolution were breakout Texas at the time was part of Mexico. So all background decide where to Davy Crockett died a letter, the surface in nineteen, fifty, five described house seven men were taken prisoner and. And the CROCK was one of them. But there are three accounts assay otherwise, WanNa cal survivor of a Texan whose husband was killed in the battle. She said that she saw Davy Crockett spotty inside the Alma the second account came from a slave who also spared was said to have seen Davy Crockett body within the walls. So the Alamo, the third account was from Francisco on. Tony Rhys, the mayor of San. Antonio who safely behind the Mexican lines in the battle began and had a good vantage point to witness what happened before the arrival. Of the Mexican army, he had met Davy Crockett civilians of San Antonio in the defenders of the Alamo mingled freely before the battle he said that after the battle Saana ordered him to point out the bodies of Crockett, Travis and boy crock he said had fallen in battle on the west side of the Alamo grams near Fort. This

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Jackson, Mississippi city council votes to remove statue of namesake

Rush Limbaugh

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Jackson, Mississippi city council votes to remove statue of namesake

"Jackson, Mississippi's namesake is getting the boot at City Hall, The city council there is taking the first steps towards moving a statue of Andrew Jackson, which is stood in front of Fountain Plaza at City Hall in Jackson, Mississippi, since it was dedicated almost 50 years. Ago.

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Four men charged for trying to tear down Andrew Jackson statue in DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Four men charged for trying to tear down Andrew Jackson statue in DC

"Statues. They're coming down all across the country. Four men here in the district are facing charges now for trying to bring down the statue in Lafayette Square. A statue of President Andrew Jackson was destroyed, and officials say Lee control Connor, Judd and Ryan Lane all from our region, along with Grand Lloyd of Maine are responsible. The men are charged with destruction of federal property. Officials say the men are allegedly seen on video attempting to private statue from its base. Judd was in court last week, but the other men still aren't in custody. Jackson, who supported and profited from slavery, also signed the Indian removal Act into law in 18 30. Acting U. S. Attorney Michael Sherwin commented on the charges, saying they should serve as a warning to others, adding quote Your violent behavior and criminal conduct will not be tolerated. Melissa how w.

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4 charged for attempting to tear down Andrew Jackson statue in Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

4 charged for attempting to tear down Andrew Jackson statue in Washington DC

"In 20 minutes later, you know, the results for men have been charged for attempting to tear down the statue of Andrew Jackson in Lafayette Square. Acting U. S Attorney Michael Sherwin announced the charges of destruction of federal property by criminal complaint late last night. Three of the four men Lee Michael can trail Connor, Matthew Judge and Ryan Lane or from the D. M V

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Four men charged for trying to tear down Andrew Jackson statue in Washington DC

Red Eye Radio

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Four men charged for trying to tear down Andrew Jackson statue in Washington DC

"Federal authorities charged four men in connection with a failed effort last week to pull down the statue of president Andrew Jackson near the White House a complaint unsealed Saturday alleges the men damaged and attempted to tear down the statue of Jackson in Lafayette square last Monday that's the site of protests over the in custody death of George Floyd in

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4 charged for attempting to tear down Andrew Jackson statue in Washington, DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

4 charged for attempting to tear down Andrew Jackson statue in Washington, DC

"Men have been charged for attempting to tear down the statue of Andrew Jackson in Lafayette Square. Acting U. S Attorney Michael Sherwin announced the charges of destruction of federal property by criminal complaint late Friday night. Three of the four men Lee, Michael Cantrell, calmer Matthew Judd and Ryan Lane are from the DMV area. The fourth. Graeme Lloyd is from Maine. The complaint states that on June 22nd the foremen damaged in attempted to tear down the statue. It also alleges they were caught on camera Attorney James Dawson said that while the FBI respects exercising First Amendment rights, they will not allow inciting violence and destruction of property.

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Coronavirus task force holds first briefing in months as cases hit record high

Erin Burnett OutFront

07:51 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus task force holds first briefing in months as cases hit record high

"The United States about to hit forty thousand new corona virus cases today. The first time that we've had that many one day, the death toll in the United States closing in on one hundred twenty five thousand people, but if all you did was listened to the president and vice president today, you would be absolutely stunned here what I just said because this is what they said. Today? All fifty states and territories across this country are are opening up safely and responsibly. Well, that's incorrect. It's factually incorrect. They're not I mean eleven. States are currently on pause. Some of them are actually backtracking and closing some things down on plans to reopen Texas and Florida specifically. They are rolling back reopening plans governors of the other nine states. They are not moving forward with the next phase of reopening. So that was incorrect, and then the vice president went on to make this claim. The truth is we did slow the spread. We flattened the curve. So he says we flattened curve, so let me just show you America's curve. So you see, the surge right and then in in March and then you see the plateau. And then you see. The jump there at the end where we are now getting to fifty forty thousand cases today. That was a plateau, and it's on its way back up and I want you to compare the graph to these other graphs. These are countries around the world right? They have that surge at the beginning the UK Germany France Italy Japan South Korea European countries measured in thousands of cases Asian in hundreds, but look what happens at the bottom. They go all the way back down and stay that way. Ours never went down right, and now it's going back up currently with the same steepness of slope as it did at the beginning. And yet the vice president was taking a victory lap during today's briefing and he made sure to credit person number one. Under the leadership of President, trump is the president's made clear credit I believe to our president of the president made that decision. So, where was the president during this briefing while he was somewhere in the vicinity, but he was on twitter, talking about confederate statues, tweeting this image of people suspected of trying to vandalize statue of Andrew Jackson and what he was writing was that many people in custody with many others being sought for vandalisation of federal property in Lafayette Park Ten year prison sentences. It was hours later that the president did finally say something about the pandemic. That's amazing raging right now in the United States like nowhere else here he s. We have work to do that. We'll get it done. while. That's an understatement it. We are learning tonight that people traveling from the United States most likely will not be allowed to even enter the European Union. Banned, because the United States has gotten the virus under control Kaitlan Collins is out front. She's live outside. The White House Tonight Caitlyn. No briefings for eight weeks the White House. Felt like they had to do something here, but then they came out and said everything's opening you safely and responsibly opening fifty states. When that's just you know factually untrue. Yeah. It wasn't the message that some people were expecting the vice president to project from that briefing today after Wednesday's coronavirus task force briefing, and after you're seeing these numbers from this week including yesterday setting a record high of cases per day since the month of April, of course, which is the last time that they had these coronavirus briefings now you would that they would have. have taken more questions. The vice president instead of Aaron only took a handful of them, but before he started taking questions, you saw him arguing saying that he doesn't want the American people to think that because of these new surging infections that the United States where it was two months ago, even though the case numbers per day or mirroring that or beating it and. And of course, the vice president went on to talk about what precautions Americans should be taking. He ticked off a list of things that the CDC has recommended. But Aaron he notably left out wearing a mask when a reporter asked about the fact, that mask have become this political issue. He then only told people that they should be following local or state guidance ignoring the. The fact that the CDC a Federal Agency of course, has recommended that people wear masks when they are out in public, and within the vicinity of other people. He also defended those rallies that he and the president have been holding and encouraging their supporters to come to where thousands of people are put indoors with very little social distancing errand by saying that it was people's. People's right to the first amendment characterizing it more as a personal decision than something that they're organizing and urging people to come in to attend, but I do want to note to striking things that came out of that briefing today was the vice president offering a pretty rosy assessment of these numbers, and then Dr Falcon getting up there and having a very sobering warning. What's to? To come and personal responsibility and this, but also Aaron the vice president saying he believed it's an arguable that the reason that there are more cases in the united. States because there's more testing Dr. burks got up and she was going through these slides and one of the ones she pointed to was Texas where it showed in May as they were increasing testing their positive. Positive test rates were going down in the last two and a half weeks they continue to increase testing, but now those positive test rates Aaron are going up, and that completely refutes with the president and the vice president have been telling people and governors for the last several weeks. All right, thank you very much. CAITLIN absolutely makes the crucial point. Right the percent test rate. Rate is what they're looking at twenty percent of them. Positive that that's that's the relevant point. It's not the absolute number and Caitlyn I. Appreciate Your Time, so let me go now to Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Dr Jonathan Reiner. Who Advise the White House medical team under president? George W Bush currently in Cardiac Cath lab at Gw so so sanjay the vice president today. Came out and presented an alternate reality. he said all fifty states and territories. This country are opening up safely and responsibly. That is quote obviously the have double digit states halting stepping back. They're reopening all together big steps back. Yeah I mean. I. Don't even know where to begin with this particular briefing. You know you think two months. We haven't had a briefing. There's obviously some real trouble spots in the country and I'm. Saying that almost euphemistically I thought there was going to be an acknowledgement that look. We have some problems. Significant ones in here is our plan to address them. Here's what we're GonNa do we're convening the coronavirus task force to to address this? We didn't see that at all. I mean there's the last task force briefing. You can see what the numbers were at that point and obviously just see how the numbers have grown even over the last few weeks. Weeks, so it it it was it was a real concern, and there were a lot of things that were said that were just basically a whitewash of what's actually happening in the country, and that's what I think. Worries me. How are you GonNa fix the problem. If you don't even acknowledge it right well, that's the thing. If you're in complete denial about it, then you obviously don't have a plan to fix it because you don't believe it's their. Running when the president actually gave a nod to this this afternoon, his comment was making a lot of progress with the whole situation, but we have a lot of work to do but he did not attend the briefing instead he was treating about those confederate Mon. Monuments So, you know in the vice president. There was talking about all the encouraging news again. His words talking about Krona virus so. What do you make of this and I guess specifically the president's refusal to be there. Yeah the president. In a tweet about the monument seems to be more interested in protecting long dead confederate traitors. He is in protecting Americans right now. Yeah, I was really appalled. When the vice president today said well, we've all heard the encouraging news you encouraging news, really

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Washington - Trump vows jail for 'anarchists' toppling monuments, warns protesters trying to establish 'Black House Autonomous Zone'

WBZ Midday News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Washington - Trump vows jail for 'anarchists' toppling monuments, warns protesters trying to establish 'Black House Autonomous Zone'

"In DC a tense stand off last night outside the White House where demonstrators tried to set up an autonomous zone ABC's Lionel Maurice with the story president trump warning protesters who tried to topple a statue of president Andrew Jackson and build what they call a black house on top of his own the president tweeting there will never be an autonomous zone in Washington DC as long as I'm your president if they try they will be met with furious force B. H. AZ was spray painted on columns of St John's Episcopal Church you posting this on Twitter as officers allegedly fired pepper balls and ripped down tens that'll Thomas Jones being set up a short distance from the front of the White House lawn weeds ABC

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