18 Burst results for "Augustus Caesar"

"augustus caesar" Discussed on Ultraflex Football

Ultraflex Football

04:52 min | 2 months ago

"augustus caesar" Discussed on Ultraflex Football

"Fire away. Fire away. All right, so we are looking at the did you know for this week and this one is interesting and it's going to take me a minute to run these through, but it's where the names of the month come from, like every month of the year. I didn't know any of these. Literally not a single one. But January is named for the Roman God janus, protector of Gates, and protector of Gates and doorways. February is Latin the Latin word came where it came from was February for cleanse named after the festival of purification and atonement that lasted one month in Rome. March was the Roman goddess of war, Mars, the time of year, this was the time of year to resume military campaigns that stopped for the winter, so at least they stopped during the winter. April is from the Latin word apparel. It looks like Latin for to open or bud. So this is when the plant started growing. May the goddess of Maya, who oversees plant growth. So. She was the one that looked over the plants, also from the word mayor race. It looks like, which means elders who are celebrated for this month. And then we have June, Roman goddess Juno, she was patroness of marriage and well-being of women. July, honors Julius Caesar with help, he developed the Julian calendar, the precursor for the Gregorian calendar that we currently use. So I definitely didn't know that July was named after Julius Caesar. I thought that was pretty interesting. Did you know that either? August is named to honor the first Roman Empire emperor Augustus Caesar. Didn't know that. And then the next four kind of lame September, October,

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"augustus caesar" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:36 min | 4 months ago

"augustus caesar" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"So Bill, I've been following you for years. We've shared so much time together. You have the ability to be able to analyze the arc of history and then be able to apply it to today. I've asked you this question before in our podcast. But I think it's really important for our audience to hear this. What makes America different and exceptional from a biblical standpoint and historical standpoint is America like every other nation that's been on the face of the earth and if not, why? In answer to that, I decided I would research every century of recorded human history to see what the most common form of government was. So I went back to Sumerian cuneiform on clay tablets and the elamites and the Persians and the Greeks and Romans and the most common form of government in world history is kings. Hands down, it's kings. Nimrod tower Babel pharaoh Caesar's power wants to concentrate into the hands of one person. It's no different than you put some kids on a playground and one's the bully. You put them junior high girls in a clique and one of them is the diva. You put some people in the Woods, one of them's an Indian chief. You put them in an inner city, one of them is a gang leader. And all the king is, is a glorified gang leader. And it's a hierarchical system. If you are friends with the king, you are more equal. If you are not friends with the king, you are less equal. And if you're an enemy of the king, you're a slave or you're dead. Well, I thought slavery started in 1619. No, wherever you had the first king on top you had slaves on the bottom. And this model continued with technological advancements, kings could kill more people, right? So instead of cane killing neighbor with a stone, they're killing with a bronze weapon or an iron weapon or a failing spear, similar sword gunpowder. The weapon improves, but it's that same fall in nature, it can't kill enable. And also with technological advancements, kings could track more people. Do you know Augustus Caesar wanted to have a worldwide tracking system? It was called a census that was like modern technology 25 BC, right? He wanted to count. If he could have had 5G and cell phones and cameras, he would attract him that way. But as the centuries go on, the king of England had the biggest empire that Planet Earth had ever seen, 13 million square miles, half a billion people. Anyway, the sun never set on the British Empire, the king of England was a globalist. He was a one world government guy with him at the top and America's founders decided they didn't like this one world government guy telling us what to do. We broke away and flipped it. And made the people the king. So the word citizen is Greek, it means co king. And where did the founders get these ideas from the New England pastors? Where did they get their ideas from the Bible? What part of the Bible that first 400 years out of Egypt before king Saul? So it stands out as an anomaly in world history around 1400 BC or so. You have several million Israelites come out of Egypt and for 400 years they do not have a king. And it worked because every citizen was taught the law and every one of them was personally accountable to God to follow the law. So you have an opportunity to steal. Nobody's around, then you think, God's watching me, he wants me to be fair, he's going to hold me accountable in the future. Maybe I should hesitate, stealing. And it creates something in your head called the conscience. If everybody in the country believes this, you can maintain complete order with no police..

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What Makes America Exceptional? Bill Federer Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:38 min | 4 months ago

What Makes America Exceptional? Bill Federer Explains

"Bill, I've been following you for years. We've shared so much time together. You have the ability to be able to analyze the arc of history and then be able to apply it to today. I've asked you this question before in our podcast. But I think it's really important for our audience to hear this. What makes America different and exceptional from a biblical standpoint and historical standpoint is America like every other nation that's been on the face of the earth and if not, why? In answer to that, I decided I would research every century of recorded human history to see what the most common form of government was. So I went back to Sumerian cuneiform on clay tablets and the elamites and the Persians and the Greeks and Romans and the most common form of government in world history is kings. Hands down, it's kings. Nimrod tower Babel pharaoh Caesar's power wants to concentrate into the hands of one person. It's no different than you put some kids on a playground and one's the bully. You put them junior high girls in a clique and one of them is the diva. You put some people in the Woods, one of them's an Indian chief. You put them in an inner city, one of them is a gang leader. And all the king is, is a glorified gang leader. And it's a hierarchical system. If you are friends with the king, you are more equal. If you are not friends with the king, you are less equal. And if you're an enemy of the king, you're a slave or you're dead. Well, I thought slavery started in 1619. No, wherever you had the first king on top you had slaves on the bottom. And this model continued with technological advancements, kings could kill more people, right? So instead of cane killing neighbor with a stone, they're killing with a bronze weapon or an iron weapon or a failing spear, similar sword gunpowder. The weapon improves, but it's that same fall in nature, it can't kill enable. And also with technological advancements, kings could track more people. Do you know Augustus Caesar wanted to have a worldwide tracking system? It was called a census that was like modern technology 25 BC, right? He wanted to count. If he could have had 5G and cell phones and cameras, he would attract him that way. But as the centuries go on, the king of England had the biggest empire that Planet Earth had ever seen, 13 million square miles, half a billion people. Anyway, the sun never set on the British Empire, the king of England was a globalist. He was a one world government guy with him at the top and America's founders decided they didn't like this one world government guy telling us what to do. We broke away and flipped it. And made the people the king.

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"augustus caesar" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:11 min | 5 months ago

"augustus caesar" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Of government? Well, the age of March is when the republic senators killed Julius Caesar, they had a position called the dictator. It was a one year position where if the Rome was attacked, they realized somebody would have to call the shots in a hurry and but Julius Caesar decided he wanted to make himself dictator for life. And so the senators surrounded him stabbed him on the ides of March, march 15th, and then they had a funeral for him. And the people liked Caesar because he would conquer in Gaul in Europe and bring back lots of booty and lots of slaves, like to slav, Slavic people, they'd bring away permanent servants. And so the people liked Caesar because he was giving him free stuff. Anyway, they get his general Mark Anthony to speak at the funeral. And instead of him smoothing things over, he stirs them up to a riot. This is sort of like a Jesse Jackson Al sharpton. I mean, he's like stirring him up. They get holding the Shakespeare's play holding up the tunic and saying, and this stab hole was done by, you know, Brutus and all these different ones. And the people get stirred up into this massive crowd and they begin to go to these senators houses and trash them. Can you imagine like mobs going to Supreme Court Justice houses and stuff like that? Never imagined. And it got so chaotic that they said, look, the only way we can settle this is to get a relative of Julius Caesar's and it was octavius, who became Augustus Caesar, but he just flat out became himself dictator. He was a nephew of Caesar. He was nephew and so, but I'm getting at something here, which is, what is it about how we're made? Our natural original programming, where we want to be ruled. What does history tell us about that? And rob brings us out, but St. Augustine called it libido dominant. The lust to dominate. And it's part of fallen human nature. So Kane kills Abel, and you have one king taken a kingdom from another king. And so you put some kids on a playground once the bully. You put some junior high girls in a clique, one's the diva, but what's the yearn to be dominated? I would say two things, fear and free stuff. Okay. So when people are afraid, they'll trade freedom for security. And so originally, you know, the first invention was the plow, Kane was attila or the soil, then people started hitting each other with them, they turned into weapons, and then people would gravitate together for protection. And you get people together, somebody's a little bit better at knowing how to fight than the rest, and everyone says you be our captain. And you fight, you win, that's a good thing. But then there's captain as kids and grandkids who claim to be a special family that everybody wants to kiss up to. And then there are political family, then there are political machine and a political mob. And before you know it, you got yourself a king. And the king claims to own everything in town, and he gives out favors to everybody that kisses up to him. And so they're getting their free stuff. And if anybody doesn't do what he wants, he threatens to kill him. And so it's a positive and negative motivation. That's the way human nature. It's called the briber the bullet, silver or lead, you know, in Chicago, the gangs would either bribe you off or be added to the Clinton body count list. But it's this idea of the human motivation is a positive and negative and if you want to take power away from the people, if you can get them into fear, they will trade freedom for security. Or if you can get them to receive free stuff from you long enough till they become dependent. And then you can say, okay, to continue this free stuff, you have to incrementally give up your freedom to me. So as we look at history and we look at what it could possibly teach us, tell us who Machiavelli was and why he's important to understand to process the modern American left. These are great questions..

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"augustus caesar" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

05:09 min | 8 months ago

"augustus caesar" Discussed on Car Talk

"Showbiz, right to the phones. Right to the phones. One 803 three two 9 two 8 7. Hello, you're on car talk. Carl Jensen here calling from Austin, Texas. No last names, Carl. What's up? Well, I bought about three, four months ago, car my dreams. It's a 1975 Rolls Royce silver shadow. Oh, I love it. You all right? The price wasn't too bad, but the servicing is just killing me on it. Anyway, Rolls Royce was supposed to be very, very silent. And but this one has a wind noise coming out of the right passenger door. Well, I went up to the Rolls Royce dealer I was on business up in Dallas, didn't have a car with me. But I asked them what the price of a new door seal would be. And they said, oh, like 200, $300 plus tax. And then you asked them how much a roll of duct tape was. If you got Rolls Royce duct tape, is that like a hundred bucks a roll? Does it say rolls on it? Yes, it's a roll. Rolls of duck tape. I'm sorry to have interrupted you. You are saga, Carl, but continue. Well, anyway, but the parchment there suggests that before I do that, that I try just bending the window frame in a little bit. He felt it was a very acceptable procedure. Well, I didn't bring myself to bed in the window frame on a Rolls Royce. I want you to actually bend the frame itself the door. Then the door. Yeah, the part of the door which houses the window. You know what should have been the top left hand corner of it if you were standing there looking at it. Okay, do you think I can do that without hurting it? Well, what I usually try to do is lower the garage door onto it. The truth is you can do that. I mean, all you're going to do, you're not going to really bend it because bending would mean you're going to get a crimp in the door. You're not going to bend it. You're going to just twist it. It's just it. Exactly. And I would try that. How much noise does it make? I mean, oh, it's certainly noticeable. It is. Yeah, you know, and I checked the alignment of the door and all it looked as though it was lined up, all right. But I don't know. If while you're moving along, you can pull on the door from the inside, and you get the noise to stop. Oh, you know, I haven't tried that. I'll try to have. Yeah, I'll try to get someone else to do it. Yeah, maybe they can do it from the outside. But have someone else drive the car and you start, you pull on that top, that little corner that corner of the door. Okay. And see if you can get the noise to stop, and that'll tell you that bending the frame will work. If it doesn't, it doesn't work, then the duct tape is definitely my solution. Very well. Oh, you could just sort of seal up that whole door. Yeah. With like, what's that stuff that kids play with? Silly putty. Silly putty. And just don't use that door. You can just slide in from the other. Is this a right hand drive or a left hand drive? Left hand drive. So that's the driver's side anyway that you would get into. Just passengers will have to sneak under the steering wheel. I mean, it's only a how long have you had lightened up? How long have you had this thing, Carl? Oh, three, four months. Yeah. Other than this, has it been everything you would hope it would be? More than that. It is, huh? Just the finest quality of craftsmanship and materials. Oh, and it's always so fun just to sneer at the Mercedes drivers. Well, I know a guy wants who came into a lot of money. I think he was a drug dealer. And he decided he wanted to buy a rolls. And he went to the rolls dealer and he said, I sat in the car and I couldn't help myself, I started to giggle. He said it was so outrageously luxurious that I couldn't help myself. So do you find yourself giggling when you get in your car? Oh, a better than that. Really? Just a wonderful, wonderful feeling. I feel I giggle whenever I get into my 63 Dodge dot also. Everyone around me is giggling at this. Well, now I'm the nouveau poor though. Now that I've spent the money on this, but it's well worth it. Well, that's all right. Good luck to you, Carl. Have a wonderful time driving this sweetheart. Good, thanks for your help. All right, bye bye. Bye bye. What 800, three, three, two, 9, two, 8, 7, hello, your honor. Wait a minute, maybe that's a noun of assembly a rolls of duct tape. The roles of hello. Hello, you're on card stock. Hi, I'm Sheila meter, and I'm from hallowell Maine. I'm calling you because I need your advice. Where's hallowell? Is that like way up in the boondocks? Right beside the capitol. What's that? Washington D.C. is way south, isn't it? You wouldn't really know now. It's kind of out of business. What is the capital Augusta? Augusta. Augusta. Yeah. Yeah, named after Augustus Caesar. Augustus caesare. So what's up, Sheila? Well, between now and November, my husband and I will have to do a lot of traveling. And I really am concerned that I might not have the right mechanic for my car. And I know that you'll tell me whether I do or not. You know we will. I know you will. Yeah..

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"augustus caesar" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:34 min | 8 months ago

"augustus caesar" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Absolutely amazing. How far back do you think we can go? Do you think anyone will ever discover evidence of the Tower of Babel, do we know where the shinar plane is? I think we do. And I think you could go back that far. What we've tried to do is to sort of systematically go from the known to the unknown. So we know a date for Solomon's Temple, around 9 67 BC, we now, I think, have a clear date for the exodus and the conquest period. And as you keep moving from the known to the unknown, I think we will be able to nail down that timeline so that we're looking in the right time in the right place for the right stuff. Have you seen anything about what they discovered in Nazareth, this professor from reading in England, university of reading and discussing a first century? Yeah. Discovered a first century home underneath the church underneath the church. What do you make of that? Because when I looked into it, I said, it seems pretty obvious what this is. But this should be front page news in every paper in the country. In my opinion, I actually write about that. The idea that the fact that they're being so diffident as though well, we're not sure when things synchronize with the Bible Eric then were attacked, all right? As if because I'm an evangelical that I can't be, I can't bifurcate, and I'm not going to be intellectually honest. It's just utterly ridiculous and Ken dark went through the same thing. But it seems to me like Ken dark, the impression I got is that he is himself shy about sharing this. That the books published a year ago, unless you're ready is the lead so dramatically that it struck me as comic and pathetic. Unless you're willing to take shrapnel, then some scholars are hesitant to make big announcements. Let me tell you something. They're not calling that cowardice. I want to be very clear. No. He's just by nature a little more cautious, probably. Absolutely. Let me tell you something about Nazareth as we get ready for resurrection coming up. Celebrating Easter season. We have an inscription from Nazareth called the Nazareth inscription, and it most likely dates to Tiberius Caesar. So Jesus is born under Augustus Caesar, he dies under Tiberius. And here's what it says. And a few words. I Caesar, hereby decreed the death penalty for anyone who robs graves in Palestine. Not throughout the Roman Empire, only in Palestine. It seems that we've got a problem with bodies disappearing from graves in Palestine around 80 33. And of course, Matthew 27 51 says that when Jesus came out of the tomb, many others came out of their tombs as well. And were seen walking around the holy city. Is the Nazareth inscription a direct response to the resurrection. Well, I have read about that and I would say that the question is still open, but it's sure sounds like it. And it said least fascinating regarding the Ken dark discovery. I mentioned it in my book, but if you go to Amazon to find this book that he finally published about it, it's like comedy. If you're looking for any news about the discovery of the birthplace of the childhood home of Jesus, it's so buried that it's like they're ashamed of it. And I guess when you think about the significance of this, the idea that we could have found the home of Joseph Mary and Jesus, it's almost unbelievable. It's dateable though, Eric, those of us who are ceramicists. Oh no, I don't mean unbelievable in the sense of actually unbelievable. I mean, it's so astonishing that I can't believe in my lifetime we could be talking about this. It shouldn't even be a debate. Okay, we could take pottery and put 10,000 pottery shirts out here and those of us who are ceramicists can separate them into time period. And on the first century surge, I could separate it into decades. So the fact that he found this pottery in situ, there's no doubt that the dating of it, it's a home from the first century in Nazareth. Yeah, it's nuts. If you want details, you can read my book as atheism dead. Folks, let me encourage you to go to Scott stripling .NET and dig Shiloh dot org and also to the Bible seminary dot EDU, Scott stripling, a joy to have you on the program, thank you. It's been a pleasure. Thank you, Eric. Because I have a mental 'cause everyone can be your man I'm a winner I'm a singing for my other friend I'm a loser what is your girl a baby well there's nothing better to tell me Eric, why is relief factor so successful at lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question the owners of relief factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right designed to heal and I agree with them. 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"augustus caesar" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:09 min | 10 months ago

"augustus caesar" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Something that has always confused historians and something that almost every high school social studies student or college history student will learn is the transition from Rome. For Rome from a republic to an empire. This is something that people have studied in great detail and the question is usually posed in an essay format, sometimes in an AP world history or sometimes in a, just world history context. Why did Rome go from a republic to an empire? There are many reasons why that gets articulated, of course, the tension of the Roman Senate, the corruption there within. The inability to make decisions. And of course, the breaking up of the Roman triumphant. Julius Caesar, who came from the gall region, crossed the Rubicon declaring effectively Roman Civil War, Julius Caesar won, governed for a couple years, and of course was killed by his friends best articulated in Shakespeare's play, Julius Caesar. Beware the ides of March, the word still resonate with us to this day. After Julius Caesar died, there was a question of what was Rome going to become. Well, Caesar Augustus, Caesar's nephew and heir, very ambitious man. He decided to consolidate support, he allied with Mark Antony, of course, who was also a once friend of Julius Caesar, his uncle, and he was victorious. He also had a fair with Cleopatra separate issue for a different time, but then the Roman Senate decided to basically suspend its operation and in 31 BC, Caesar Augustus, who was then followed by Tiberius and many others, became Rome's first emperor, and like that, the republic was dead and the empire was born. Now this fascinates historians for a lot of different reasons. Because the question that those of us in the west ask is, how could you turn your back on representative government and go towards a dictatorship? How could you go from something that is enlightened to something that is more primal? How could you go something from someone that is cultured to something that is more tribal? How could you go from something that is more organized to something that is more chaotic? Or centralized? This is a question that if you have a good teacher, you wrestle with. And then the conclusion is like, well, thankfully we have moved past that. Thankfully in year 2022, we no longer have to go through the kind of arc of going from a republic or a democracy, let's just use representative government as a filler to a dictatorship. And so but seldom almost never do you get to see a country in real time, go from that type of representative government to an empire overnight. We're actually used to the opposite. We're used to the opposite of these fairytales of southeastern Asian countries like Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, shutting the dictatorships and going to representative government. We're used to the Arab Spring we're supposed to believe somehow that Libya is going to be Louisiana just because we got rid of Moammar Gaddafi. We decided to drag him through the streets. The narrative that is usually told in the west is that because of us and our superior values, we go from we help liberate people from dictatorships into democracy or into a representative government. But happening right now on our northern border, the opposite story is unfolding. It is the Roman story. In Canada, you have officially seen a country that was once a representative government to a dictatorship. In the last 48 hours, Justin Trudeau has announced extraordinary war powers. For 30 days, including the power to prohibit public assembly, travel and use of specific property. Justin Trudeau is now officially gone to war with his citizens. Now, it's so interesting is that as we fought in Iraq and Afghanistan, Syria and Libya, as we tried to spread democracy across the entire planet, we did so for 20 years and spent $5 trillion and thousands of lives and hundreds of thousands of damage lives to try to spread democracy, we have now seen the very ideology that we were sworn to try to eradicate the very menace we were trying to displace come to our own border in Ottawa. Justin Trudeau is mobilizing the shock troops all throughout Canada. He has full rights to shut down bank accounts. Arrest people on demand..

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"augustus caesar" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:49 min | 10 months ago

"augustus caesar" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Again, there's so much here. Now, did you write a book specifically about this? Did I skip over that? Well, actually, there's a Senate three books. One is called change to chains. And that's the 6000 year overview of world history. So that's where I go center by century. And I document the 2000 years of Egyptian pharaohs and the Alexander the Great Julius Caesar at till the Hun Genghis Khan. And I document and that rather than just saying the king is the most common form of government. I literally went and looked centered by century and proved it. And of course, the kings go by different names. The pharaoh Caesar Kaiser. And the only two things I've seen different is that through history, there are military advancements that allows the king to kill more people. So instead of the king killing, you know, I can't kill label with a rock. They can kill with a bronze weapon or an iron weapon or a big long phalanx sphere that the Greeks had or a symbol that the Muslims had or gunpowder that the Chinese embedded. The weapon improves, but it's that same fallen nature it came killing it. St. Augustine called it libido dominant, the lust two dominate. And then technological advances allows the king to track more people. I mean, here's Augustus Caesar wanting to have a worldwide tracking system. He called it a census. If he could have had drones and chips and 5G, he would attract people that way, right? So it's the same fallen nature, magnified through military advancements and technological advancements. And ultimately, there's a global goal in mind. And we may be getting closer to that. But at the time of America's founding, the king of England was the most powerful king. Before you go further because we're going to go to another break here. So you said most of this is in your book change to chains. And then another one is called rice and the tyrants on democracies and republic tries and fall and then how it all came to America is in a third book called who is the king in America? And it's the people. I want to make sure people understand so change to chains rise of the tyrants and who is the king of America, all by Bill Federer, folks will be back with Bill Federer, don't go away. Oh lord. Is the window come to life. In case you haven't been paying attention, the Biden administration has caused a financial crisis and they have no clue how to fix it. Oil prices have skyrocketed and when oil prices go up, the cost of transportation and shipping spikes leading the prices of goods to rise. And when we're already seeing record inflation that's the last thing we need, our economy is in trouble and you need to take steps to protect yourself. If all your money is tied up in stocks, bonds and traditional markets, you are vulnerable. Gold is one of the best ways to protect your retirement. No matter what happens, you own your gold, it is real, it is physical, it's always been valuable since the dawn of time, legacy precious metals is the company I trust for investing in gold. They can help you roll your retirement account into a gold backed IRA where you still own the physical gold. They can also ship gold and precious metals safely and securely to your house called legacy at 8 6 6 5 two 8 1903 or visit them online at legacy p.m. investments dot com. You can do what you feel like there's a fairly sweet folks I'm talking to our friend Bill Federer. You can find him at American minute dot com..

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"augustus caesar" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:02 min | 10 months ago

"augustus caesar" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I'm talking to our friend Bill Federer. You can find him at American minute dot com and other places. He's written many wonderful books. Bill, you were just sharing something that is really not often enough mentioned. It's almost never mentioned. So take us back before we have king Saul roughly a thousand BC for 400 years after between Moses and Saul. We have millions of people, the nation of Israel, effectively governing themselves. What am I missing? Right, so Yale has on its coat of arms. Hebrew characters. The scholars at this time were called Christian hebraists, John Sadler, whose sister Anne married John Harvard. You had all these different scholars studying this first 400 year period when Israel came out of Egypt before they got king song. Now, one of my books I wrote is called who was the king in America? And I actually spent a few years researching every century of recorded human history from the elamites, which became Persia to the Assyrian to the neo Assyrians, the Babylonians to Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar, 2000 years of Egyptian pharaohs, 5000 years of Chinese emperors, Indian maharajas, the whole world, the most common form of governments, kings. And with military advancements, these kingdoms get bigger to find the king of England had the biggest. But the first instance in recorded human history of a nation with no king is Israel that first 400 years when they came out of Egypt. So 1400 BC, give or take a couple century Israel comes out of Egypt and for 400 years, no can. We don't really appreciate it until you realize when you look at all the other countries. That this is the first instance in all of recorded human history of a nation with millions of people in no

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"augustus caesar" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"augustus caesar" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Pickford moved past the ball, sort of like a physical question. That's such a question. That's a question about time and space and dimension. And dimension. Yeah. Which is interesting. I mean, of course it does both. Jordan Pickford is very, very good at moving past the ball. And the ball is very, very good at moving past Jordan Pickford. A very different goal in an Everton shirt is in the national team Jersey. That of course is also about time and space. But I always feel bad after we've had a little Jordan Pickford session roger. I always go bad because this Augustus Caesar stuff, right? He is just a phenomenal goalkeeper. He would not be representing his country, playing for Everton football club, were he not absolutely incredible. He is an athlete, he can dive, he has resilience, you see him make it outstanding saves all season. So I always feel like we're a little bit unkind to him. But there is something somewhat comical about him as a goalkeeper. Just watching balls fly past him the whole time. You know, I love Glen. Can I ask you one favor? Can you put yourself on mute for a second? 'cause we're just rocking with the jukebox that you're standing on. Oh, yeah, yeah, sorry. I love it. Very fancy. What are you thinking? You can kill one anytime. You beautiful hear me. I love your question. Does the ball move past pictures of this picture move past the ball? Because it's like the most zen question that I have ever thought about either a zen question or the name of the next LC LCD sound system album. But the reality is I when I try and think about that, it does spend my mind in every way. And I wonder whether you're hinting if John Pickford is actually some kind of a deep born again Buddha figure, I can imagine I like to think of him waking up and saying to himself, each morning, we are born again. What we do today is what matters most. And his job is not to keep out girls, but to utterly dispense comet with them in every regard. And I adore that. I honestly think he's a fantastic goalkeeper. I think his distribution is amazing. I think that if I do often wonder if Jordan Pickford was at a bloody good team, how good could he be? And I think that with Everton, ultimately, we are backline buckles so regularly. So often and for a goalkeeper, the quality of shots that he's exposed to, the number of goals he lets in, it just builds it undermines it destroys a human being's confidence. We had him on the show last year and I was struck by his psychological honesty and it's a side of the game that he's really working on. As he made me speaking to him, spending time with him made me laugh less and admire him more, the tenacity, the fortitude, the perseverance that he shows taught them were often in for Jordan Pickford. And I think ultimately he's a human being, I would love, you know, the graph thing. That's how he talks about his game. The grafting, or putting the graft. And I'd love that graph. He is a human being, Glenn Dowling. The deserves is reward. And it's one of those players that I honestly think could be so much happier the other phrases in mind of it. He used about 87 times in our interviewers hitting levels trying to hit levels. That was like his answer to many, many. I think he can probably hit better levels than he currently is reversed, and it pains me to say it. But it's it could be a matter of another team and he could really look at ramsdale. He could really look at next level. Let us call up. Let us call up a great friend at a party. They wonderful human being. Someone who brings us joy on steel can be with us. Hello, everyone. It's only still where are you and what's your question, your beautiful human being? I'm in the boogie down Bronx, which I assume is more of a rod city than a Devo city. Dave has got some Bronx spots, haven't you? I think I probably, I don't know. I hang out with quite a lot of people from The Bronx as my girlfriend's family from up there. Well, next time you're up, hello. At the glorious yacht club, we'll love to have you. Oh, the yacht club sounds peak daylight. That's not speak devil. I actually thought about this. I actually did a little math on this and I think that Devo cities are Formula One cities and rod cities are NASCAR cities. That's my kind of working premise right now. Oh my God, that is a PhD. That is a piece of NASCAR Martinsville, Virginia, yeah. Great in these places, rod. Honestly, bet your arm off to go to Martin's world Virginia David. Dave, you could be an Abu Dhabi and just like doing it up and whatever. Do I get Talladega? Yeah, absolutely. A 100%. I don't need to know anymore. I'm a 100% but Las Vegas is the one in question, I think. A little bit more IndyCar. He's a little bit more IndyCar. Just to be clear, I'm not really that into cars. You don't need to be in cars. It's not about it's food. Food and stuff like that. I also want to make it clear, Benny is a big NASCAR fan. So I had one of those like Instagram and Facebook memories from a couple days ago. And it was from 8 years ago when it was the men in blazers panto with the worst time I met the glorious, the glorious Jason Kennedy, as we all was one of the greatest people of all time. And I don't really have a question for you, but I would like to you guys to explain to the men in blazers universe who what a panto is and why in 1978 seeing rod hole in the emu panto was like the greatest thing ever. So anyway, I love you guys. Thank you so much. I wish you the happiest of holidays. I miss you. I hope you like my new icon because the only way I come in green room is for you guys. And I will talk to you soon. It's only stale. You have beautiful human being. We do wish you. And all steels, Donny steel sun play football. With my second son, he was already a longtime GFAP and it gave me great joy. Always gives me great joy to watch my kids play sports, but to stand by Donnie Steele and to be able to shoot the crap and watch both of our kids play sports with some of our missed terribly, but David, what is a pancake? Did you know did you grow up going to panto? Of course I did. I mean, there were very English tradition that doesn't translate through to. But when we did our first live show, it was actually David's idea. And he's going to explain what a panto is now, but he said, let's call him the cooler the men in blazers pants they were like do it. You remember that? When DOM was talking, I was thinking, what are you talking about? You've just reminded me. The only reason I remember the only reason I named God bless is because I was home in England two weeks ago. And my dad over his desk has a photo. My dad has a massive photo of himself and my youngest daughter first game of football away at Stoke City on a snowy freezing day. And he has a second.

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"augustus caesar" Discussed on Latest Sunday Audio

Latest Sunday Audio

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"augustus caesar" Discussed on Latest Sunday Audio

"For those who will stand forward and declare the way of peace, while the Christ child, who was left in an outhouse at his birth, largely lives in the outhouses of western civilization, with no room for the only one who is able to bring the peace. For which men and women, boys and girls, countries, nations, clans, and tribes long. It's all in this thing. That has happened. Jesus. Jesus. Under U.S. born this day in the city of David a savior. Incidentally, that word saw tears in Greek is the word that Augustus Caesar applied to himself. He said he was the savior. Here's the savior. Jesus, his name had been announced privately. You will call his name Jesus. This is about to be declared publicly down in verse 21, but we're not there yet. He is Christ. He is the messiah, he is lord, the word that is translated in the Greek translation in the situation in the Greek translation of the Old Testament is the word for yahweh. And the Angelica announcement is absolutely clear. You need me in no doubt about his identity. And there's a sign for you. There's a sign. How can we know this? Well, you will find a baby. Wow. That's quite a thought, isn't it? We'll find a baby. No, but just make sure you go. You'll discover that he's wrapped in swaddling clothes and he's lying in a manger. But babies don't lie in mangers. Now we don't, we don't put babies in nature. No, I know, I know. That's part of the sign. Because if you go around looking for babies in a manger, you won't be able to find them. There's only one at the moment. It's in the manger. That's why I'm sending you there. You'll find it. It's a sign for you. Have you been doing the Mario mcshane because you just did John chapter two? Was it yesterday? Maybe it was the day I don't remember time runs by. The wedding at K and N Galilee.

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"augustus caesar" Discussed on Black History Year

Black History Year

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"augustus caesar" Discussed on Black History Year

"But it's like, we eat these. But we just boil them. But they got roasted. You know, so it's like you can understand differences and appreciate them, but that does not separate you from each other. You know, I've not had the opportunity to go to the continent yet, but from what I understand, there are these differences, but the commonalities, I think, outweigh them, and that the thing here is we have much, much, much more in common with our folks over there and around the world than we do with European culture, European society, even though we're here and we are sort of we've been raised in it, you know, at the root of it, the core of who we are, I think, is still connected to the continent. I think that if we can step back and think about the ways that modern society contemporary society, we're tending to adapt these western ways. But if you step back a generation or two and think about your interactions with your grandparents, that gets you back more to that natural traditional way of being. So like I said, when I was a student, it was just like me being at my great grandparents. And so the way that I interact with people was just the way that I was brought up because I was raised by my grandmothers. So my interactions were with people were based on the ways that I was taught to interact with people by my grandmother. And so I think that if we can get back to some of those traditional ways and that's reason why when I started talking about my great, I talked about sitting at her feet. Literally, and it's that what's called the intergenerational transmission of knowledge. But that elder ship is very, very important. To our culture and it's important for retaining our culture because it shows young children respect that should be shown to elders, but the elders are transmitting the knowledge of the history of the family of the community to the young people. And I think that that is part of what missing. Young children are not having that exposure to the elders that will allow them to have those types of conversations. The history, I really think that that's the root of it. But I have so many stories about my family, especially people that are now ancestors about their lives as children and growing up, you know, like these similarly fenced in the family, you know, become kind of legend, but it's like I had that and I've had this since I was a kid because I asked those questions. But it also, I think, really gave me that hunger to want to know more about where we came from generally, you know, because I'm getting that where we came from my family, but it's like, how did we get here? For people, and I think that that those are the roots of that for me. It is unfortunate that I think, you know, our community is moving farther away from that, the more we get assimilated into the mainstream society and see less value in sitting at the feet of our elders. So I see history as a tool, our history can be used as a tool to learn and implement things that we may have lost. That may not have been passed down intentionally, you know, in thinking about ancient African civilizations. What comes to mind for you, something that you've learned that we could use as a people today that we may not be as connected to right now? One of the areas that I've been really taken with has been about the queens, especially the queens of Nubia, we know about a few of the reigning queens of Egypt Cleopatra, I think, is overrated. You know, when it comes to the queens of Egypt, hot chefs definitely is the one that you know is striking for me as far as rainy and queens. But it Nubia during the meroitic period. So that was when the capital or the center of the civilization kind of moved further south between the 6 5th and 6th cataracts in Sudan. We have a line of reigning queens and these queens are powerful women. They're written about by the Greeks and the Romans in their history books, strabo talks about a montereys who is a queen. He called the one eyed queen. So at some point, she may have been injured and, you know, something had damaged her eye. But she was noted by struggle because the role was had already come into Egypt and had taken over from Cleopatra and raining. And they had started moving into Nubia and so there was this back and forth between Rome, the Roman Egyptians, and the cushites, which is the name of the kingdom that continues during this period. So we had the napton period, which is the 25th dynasty in those are the kings that rule both Egypt and Nubia that whole period is called the cushy period. So the Romans are trying to expand the border southwards into Nubia. But a minor keeps fighting, so it's like the romas will retake the area then a minor anus will send her troops and then they will retake it and they keep going back and forth to Augustus Caesar is like, look, I'm tired of dealing with this. Can we just have a peace tree have her set of emissary to Rome and we'll decide a peace treaty? Can you imagine that? This African Queen. Takes wrong to the point where they were just like, we'll decide a peace treat. And the thing about these queens is like a minor, they didn't just send a troops into battle. They actually went into battle with their troops. So these are queens that fight. So you see these queens on the sides of the temples. We know that a lot of radius was one that was actively involved. Maybe some of the other ones weren't. But when you see these queens on the sides of the temples, they are big four figured women. So typically in Egypt, you will see the slim type woman or goddess. These women are a full figured healthy. And we've had some egyptologists that want to call them fat. And it's like, no, you call them fat as a way of disparaging them. These women are being portrayed as beloved shoeless. They are beautiful, they are powerful. So you see them, you know, they've got the mace, they've got enemies by the hair, but they're still dressed to the knives, so they're wearing dresses, they're very close. They've got on their jewelry, they're very well attired. So they're size is a sign of fear prosperity, but it's also a show of their beauty, what is seen as beautiful during that time period. So for me, just the image of these powerful women, the fact that they were.

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"augustus caesar" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"augustus caesar" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

"I don't need to do that. There are currently forty one counters on planet earth that are used hebrew calendar muslim calendar chinese calendar on sundays introducing the next one the human calendar a calendar that makes sense to humans. And i'm hoping that businesses will use it because logistically and for financial analytics. It's unbelievably efficient. But in our social look we have to understand just how screwed up. The roman calendar truly is at a glance. Hey here's a month with thirty. Here's here's some thirty one. Here's twenty eight but only you know every four years. I mean how how we got to this place. It's like the frog and the boiling water. Right i mean nobody. In their right mind would have signed off on such a convoluted scheme we had to be slowly exposed to it and now it feels like it's too late to go back but you say no. It's never too late. Never too late in the whole roman thing just guys know where that came from. What a mess. This calendar is were using. January is a two headed. God that looks into the past and the future february. Nobody can spell it. March april may in general norse gods july for julius caesar august for augusta. Caesar's september's a latin word sept- meaning seven but september. The ninth month means eight. October octopus eight. But it's the tenth month no of his land for nine but november. The eleventh month and deck means ten but december is the twelfth month. And there's only two months in a row that both have thirty one days in sure. Enough is for julius. Augustus caesar july and august polls have thirty one days ago. They were fighting over. Who going to get thirty thirty so they will thirty one. And that's why february got rocked a little bit. So it's just a big ego trip to the is an ego trip in the people who invented the calendar. It was julius. Caesar iran down and hung out with cleopatra and she introduced the three under sixty five day year to him and he took it back to roll all that stuff but these people thought the earth was flat and that was the center of the universe when this calendar was invented and it literally makes no sense if i asked you today..

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"augustus caesar" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"augustus caesar" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"She's the only teachers she knows in Philadelphia who teaches critical race theory in public high school. On that video, she says Critical race theory is not being taught in schools. It is a theory it is alleged by which to view history in the way that law and race kind of overlap. And connect in society. Ha ha! One of the chief proponents of critical race theory, a public intellectual by the name of Abram X Candy best known for his Children's book. What is It Woke Baby anti racist baby. It's a Children's book that teaches your baby not to be racist. He has been advocating critical race theory. He has been a proponent of critical race theories used critical race theory to determine that every single system we have in the United States. Promotes the subjugation of minorities specifically of black people. And that's sort of the the myth about critical race theory is that there is any sort of examination as to whether systems are inherently racist. That examination has been done long ago. And guess what folks systems have been decided to be racist. Even Abram X Candy is saying nine. I don't advance critical race theory. What are you talking about? This is because even the left knows how toxic this is. So what they're attempting to do is what they always do. Notice how there is not a single liberal who will call him or herself a liberal. What do they call themselves? Progressives because the word liberal has so many negative connotations because of you know how crazy liberals have gotten over the last 30 years that they simply redefined their entire political movement, not liberalism. Not neo socialism, not democratic socialism. Progressivism. We want progress, as though the progressives of the early 20th century fighting Bob La Follette and Teddy Roosevelt and the like, would even recognize what new progressivism Is, ironically enough. There is nothing more totalitarian in American political philosophy. Then what liberalism and progressivism have now become. But the charge is that Republicans are being totalitarian in their regulation of what's being taught in schools. We cat teach these dangerous theories. What is this? The the Scopes Monkey trial. We can't teach evolution commode. Education is the search for truth, Correct. Two plus two will never equal five. No matter how much big brother tells you that it should. That's education, right? I can remember 10 15 years ago when there was a huge debate about whether creationism should be taught in biology class because a significant number of people believe that God created the world. God created everything in seven days. Should that be taught? No, no, said the educators, of course not, because why it's not true. Evolution has been proven by science. The science is settled. Well, guess what, folks, The history is settled, no matter how many different interpretations people who ignore basic facts about the founding of this country and what this country has been For the last 200. Plus years. It doesn't change the central tenet of critical race theory. The central tenet of whatever it is that the left is now telling us that the garbage that's being taught in history class and social studies classes and sociology classes and philosophy classes. Whatever they're telling us that it's now called because of course, they're trying to get away from the label Critical race theory. They're saying no, no, we're teaching equity. We're teaching. Societies. Truth? No, it's not. The central tenant is that every single system that has arisen in America from its political system to its system of justice. To its system of economics. Free market capitalism has been designed to oppress the specific design. The specific aim was to promote white supremacy. Even the most basic fourth grade understanding of American history or world history knows that this is not correct. Free market capitalism, American capitalism has lifted more people of all races out of poverty has improved the socioeconomic status of more people by far than any other system in any other country in the world. There is nowhere else in the world where people are freer to create their own destiny. It is, in fact, the most pernicious of myths and flat out lies to tell people that in America today or America at any point Since the civil rights movement has not been the freest, best place to live, and this is proven, just look at what's going on at the southern border. For God's sakes. If America was as horrible and it's racist to place As its its imagine to be. Why are there people by the millions willing to risk death? Willing to get indebted to drug cartels in order to come here so they could be subjected or enslaved by White American society. It's nonsensical. People of all races. Have succeeded here beyond anyone you want. You want another way to disprove? Uh The idea that systems are are advanced to promote systemic discrimination and xenophobia and everywhere racism all this. What did we hear about after the salon shootings in Atlanta for a month? How the lingering after effects of Donald Trumpism led to a rise in anti Asian discrimination. Hell, we were told that Americans were so racist. We couldn't even call the coronavirus, the Wuhan virus or the China virus, because we would be so triggered to just sort of get in our pickup trucks. Wave are American flags and start beating random Asian Americans in the streets. This is quite literally what progressives think of you. We were told that were so racist and we're so xenophobic. What ethnic group Has succeeded on balance. More than any other. Asian Americans. Whether from Japan, China Korea. Or India. There are more business owners as a percentage. Than any other race. S a T and a C T scores are higher amongst Asian Americans than they are for white Americans. In a systemically racist society. How do you account for that? Well, dad, there are exceptions to the rule. No, The rule is Asian Americans score higher on standardized testing than white Americans. Explain that except we're still racing well, Dad. We're creating systems to keep down black Americans. Okay, so Of all the racial and ethnic groups. It's just anti black racism by everyone else. That's a fiction. No country in the world has done more to advance the cause of freedom and liberty for black Americans, and for all Americans, then over the course of the United States is history. We are the only nation on earth that has ever gone to war with itself to free people from the bondage of slavery. We've literally you think Rome. Was going to work You think you think wore a Rome where a Augustus Caesar Was sending his troops to march on his Golic territories because they were keeping slaves that did not happen through out world history, slavery and this notion. That slavery and the subjugation, racism and xenophobia against two different peoples is somehow uniquely American. That's been the way of the world since the dawn of civilization. My goodness. Are we going to talk about the slave trade in Africa that allowed the Atlantic slave trade to exist? Guess what.

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"augustus caesar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"augustus caesar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"This program is well at town Hall Review way We're living in extraordinary times. For the second time in 13 months, President Trump has been impeached. Nearly every Democrat in a notable handful of Republicans voted to impeach Wednesday evening. Now the articles had to the Senate for trial. Donald Trump is set to leave office Wednesday even before his trial in the Senate begins. If indeed such a trial ever comes to pass, Joe Biden will be inaugurated Wednesday. Democrats will have controlled the House Senate and the presidency. The effort to impeach is a parting shot in the president that the left openly despised the entire four years. He was in office and before and after. This is a dangerous precedent. Donald Trump accomplished quite a bit in these four years, from historic progress on peace in the Middle East to three solidly conservative Supreme Court justices on the court and over 230 federal judges altogether. But the month of January was a disaster for his legacy, Beginning with loss of those two Senate seats in Georgia quality by the protests and violence siege of the capital has talk of impeachment approach to prosecute Senator Ben Sasse joined me on the you Hewitt show. What is your assessment of the president's intention and his culpability for the insurrectionists and the writers breaking into the capital and murdering a capital policeman? Well, the people's capital, which is obviously the greatest symbol around the world of freedom and liberty and self government. There's pulling all over the world that the dome of the Capitol is literally the most identifiable symbol. Freedom, and it was ransacked by a mob that was incited by the president. United States while blood was actually being shed in the capital, and I was in the Senate chamber. And the Secret Service was trying to rush the vice president to safety. At those exact moments. The president is tweeted rage tweeting against the vice president. Why? Because Mike Gives Vice president Pence had the audacity of fulfill his oath of office to the Constitution. The big deal lives have consequences. I'm curious about the word in sight. It has a legal meeting. I know you're not a lawyer, but in sight means to act with the purposeful intention to cause. That's why I asked you the question I did. Do you think he intended the mob to break into the Congress? You are right that I am not a lawyer. So there's 5 15 sub definitions of insight. But the president had a rally hours before this happened, where he's telling them to go to the capital and to go wild. It's a part of a pattern. The guy is addicted to division this. This is a deep broken this in his soul. You and I've talked about it multiple times. Donald Trump is a guy who who hurts and I hurt for him at an anthropological on a human level, but it a level of his oath of office to the Constitution. The duty of the president. United States is to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution, and the president is addicted to social media and to television and to division and he's been lying to the American people for eight straight weeks and planned it long before No matter what was happening in any state, he was going to say the election was being stolen and the people needed to rise up. So senator doing, he said repeatedly to go wild when you get to the capital, and when they went to Capitol in somewhere well, let's be clear here. There's 30,000 people here. The vast majority of them are honorable, freedom loving people, the vast majority of them. But not all of them, do you? I got to land the plane, though. Senator, do you think he intended for the riot in the occupation? The insurrection to happen. I think Donald Trump wanted there to be massive division and he was telling people that was a path by which he was going to stay in office after January 20th. That was never true, and he wanted chaos on television. I don't have any idea what was in his heart about what he wanted to happen once they were in the capital, but he wanted there to be chaos. And I'm sure you've also had conversations with other senior White House officials as I have Have as this was unfolding on television. Donald Trump was walking around the White House confused about why other people on his team weren't as excited as he was, as you had rioters pushing against capital police trying to get into the building. That's that was happening. He was delighted. That said, should he be impeached and removed? I think that there are a lot of questions that we need to get to the bottom of about why the National Guard was not deployed. Why was it delayed? So that's what I've been working on last night, and this morning. I want understand more about why the National Guard wasn't deployed when there had been clear calls for it. And then why that delay happens. So there are more things that I need, Toder stand before I get to a conclusion the judgment about that, But I think that the question of was the president derelict in his duty. That's not an open question. He was now you know that the history the Roman Revolution from 60 be CTO Augustus Caesar is a Progressive cycle of generations away from the norm. A rushed impeachment would be yet another iteration away from the norm. Would that not itself be terribly damaging? So I think you raise a really good point. And it's why I think there's a distinction between the objective question of was the president derelict and the Prudential judgment of what is the best way to take America forward. Donald Trump's not going to be in office. I don't care much again at a at a human level. Um, you know, I've built a relationship with the president as we had to work together over the last four years, and I'm I'm sad for Much of who Donald Trump is, Um But I don't really care at the level of American constitutional health where Donald Trump is in 2023. I do care a lot about where the American people are..

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"augustus caesar" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"augustus caesar" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"For the second time in 13 months, President Trump has been impeached. Nearly every Democrat in a notable handful of Republicans voted to impeach Wednesday evening. Now the articles had to the Senate for trial. Donald Trump is set to leave office Wednesday even before his trial in the Senate begins. If indeed such a trial ever comes to pass, Joe Biden will be inaugurated Wednesday. Democrats will have control of the House Senate and the presidency. The effort to impeach is a parting shot at the president that the left openly despised the entire four years he was in office and before and after. This is a dangerous President Donald Trump accomplished quite a bit in these four years, from historic progress on peace in the Middle East to three solidly conservative Supreme Court justices on the court and over 230 federal judges altogether. But the month of January was a disaster for his legacy. Beginning with the loss of those two Senate seats in Georgia, followed by the protests and violence siege of the capital has talk of impeachment approach. Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse joined me on the you Hewitt's show. What is your assessment of the president's intention and his culpability for the insurrection of the rioters breaking into the capital and murdering a capital policeman? Well, the people's capital, which is obviously the greatest symbol around the world of freedom and liberty and self government. There's pulling all over the world that the dome of the Capitol is literally the most identifiable symbol of freedom. It was ransacked by mob that was incited by the president had states while blood was actually being shed in the capital, and I was in the Senate chamber and the Secret Service was trying to rush the vice president to safety. At those exact moments, the president is tweet rage, tweeting. Against the vice president. Why? Because Mike because vice president Pence had the audacity of fulfilled his oath of office to the Constitution, the big deal lives have consequences. Now I'm curious about the word in sight. It has a legal meeting. I know you're not a lawyer, but in sight means to act with the purposeful intention to cause. That's why I asked you the question I did. Do you think he intended the mob to break into the Congress? You are right that I am not a lawyer. So they're 5 15 sub definitions of insight. But the president had a rally hours before this happened, where he is telling them to go to the capital and to go wild. It's a part of a pattern. The guy is addicted to division this. This is a deep broken this in his soul. You and I've talked about it multiple times. Donald Trump is a guy who who hurts and I hurt for him at an anthropological on a human level, but in a level of his oath of office to the Constitution The duty of the president. United States is to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution, and the president is addicted to social media and to television and to division and he's been lying to the American people for eight straight weeks and planted long before No matter what was happening in any state, he was going to say the election was being stolen and the people needed to rise up. So, senator drink, he said repeatedly to go wild when you get to the capital, and when they went to Capitol somewhere Well, let's be clear here. There's 30,000 people here. The vast majority of them are honorable, freedom loving people, the vast majority of them. But not all of them, do you? I got to land the plane, though. Senator, do you think he intended for the riot in the occupation? The insurrection to happen. I think Donald Trump wanted there to be massive division and he was telling people that was a path by which he was going to stay in office after January 20th. That was never true, and he wanted chaos on television. I don't have any idea what was in his heart about what he wanted to happen once they were in the capital, but he wanted there to be chaos. And I'm sure you've also had conversations with other senior White House officials as I have Have as this was unfolding on television. Donald Trump was walking around the White House confused about why other people on his team weren't as excited as he was. As you had rioters pushing against capital police trying to get into the building. That's what was happening. He was delighted. That's that, should he be impeached and removed? I think that there are a lot of questions that we need to get to the bottom of about why the National Guard was not deployed. Why was it delayed? So that's what I've been working on last night, and this morning? I want understand more about why the National Guard wasn't deployed when there had been clear calls for it. And then why the delay happened. So there are more things that I need to understand before I get to a conclusion, the judgment about that, But I think that the question of was the president derelict in his duty. That's not an open question. He was now you know that the history of the Roman Revolution from 60 BC toe Augustus Caesar is a Progressive cycle of generations away from the norm. A rushed impeachment would be yet another iteration away from the norm. Would that not itself be terribly damaging? So I think you raise a really good point, and it's why I think there's a distinction between The objective question of was the president derelict and the Prudential judgment of what is the best way to take America forward. Donald Trump's not gonna be in office. I don't care much again and at a human level, you know, I've built a relationship with the president as we had to work together over the last four years, and and I'm I'm sad for much of who Donald Trump is. Um it but I don't really care at the level of American constitutional health where Donald Trump is in 2023. I do care a lot about where the American people are. And there are many, many, many great Americans who voted for Donald Trump. Because they didn't like the alternatives. They didn't like Hillary Clinton 2016. They didn't like the failure of so many. Not all but so many in the Democratic Party to push back against Docs agenda to drive the Democratic Party party further the left so I understand and vote for Donald Trump. But I understand why lots of people did in my state and across the country, and what I want us to be doing is moving forward with 85, 90 and 95% of the people wanting to Reince reaffirm a constitutional system of checks and balances where you don't have the article to leader. Trying to incite action against the article, one branch and the People's House. And so I'm with you that the prudential questions about what's good for the American people in 2023 2033..

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"augustus caesar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"augustus caesar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Ben Sasse. The Washington Post this morning reports by and Gary and Mike DeBonis calls intensify to remove Trump from office, even as he acknowledges a new administration. President Trump promised to smooth transition in a video message, which I've already played for you this morning posted on Twitter Thursday night, saying that his supporters and pursued post election challenges in good faith. But now quote tempers must be cooled and calm restored. Trump's comments that the closest he has come to acknowledging his loss, and they follow escalating calls for his removal coming hours after the nation's top congressional Democrats demanded he be removed from office for his role. In the deadly sacking of the U. S capitol by a pro trump mob. I've already told you that late last night. Remember the Capitol Police died? I'm joined now by Senator Sasse. Good morning, Senator. Good morning here. What is your assessment of the president's intention and his culpability for the insurrectionists in the writer's breaking into the capital and murdering a capital policeman? Well, the people's capital, which is obviously the greatest symbol around the world of freedom and liberty and self government. There's pulling all over the world that the dome of the Capitol is literally the most identifiable symbol of freedom. It was ransacked by mob that was incited by the president. United States while blood was actually being shed in the capital, and I was in the Senate chamber, and the Secret Service was trying to rush, the vice president to safety. Those exact moments. The president is tweeted rage tweeting against the vice president. Why? Because Mike, because vice president Pence had the audacity of fulfill his oath of office to the Constitution. The big deal lives have consequences. No, I'm curious about the word in sight. It has a legal meeting. I know you're not a lawyer, but in sight means to act with the purposeful intention to cause. That's why I asked you the question I did. Do you think he intended the mob to break into the Congress? You are right that I am not a lawyer, so they're 5 15 sub definitions of insight. But the president had a rally hours before this happened, where he's telling them to go to the capital and to go wild. It's a part of a pattern. The guy is addicted to division this. This is a deep broken this in his soul. You and I've talked about it multiple times. Donald Trump is a guy who who hurts and I hurt for him at an anthropological on a human level, but it a level of his oath of office to the Constitution. The duty of the president. United States is to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution, and the president is addicted to social media and to television and to division and he's been lying to the American people for eight straight weeks and planned it long before No matter what was happening in any state, he was going to say the election was being stolen and the people needed to rise up. So, senator and thing, he said repeatedly to go wild when you get to the capital, and when they went to the capital, and someone well known to be clear here, there's 30,000 people here. The vast majority of them are honorable, freedom loving people, the vast majority of them. But not all of them, do you? I got to land the plane there. Senator. Do you think he intended for the riot in the occupation? The insurrection to happen. I think Donald Trump wanted there to be massive division and he was telling people that was a path by which he was going to stay in office after January 20th. That was never true, and he wanted chaos on television. I don't have any idea what's it what was in his heart about what he wanted to happen? One stay. We're in the capital, but he wanted there to be chaos. And I'm sure you've also had conversations with other senior White House officials as I have Have as this was unfolding on television. Donald Trump was walking around the White House confused about why other people on his team weren't as excited as he was, as you had rioters pushing against capital police trying to get into the building. That's that is happening. He was delighted. That said, should he be impeached and removed? I think that there are a lot of questions that we need to get to the bottom of about why the National Guard was not deployed. Why was it delayed? So that's what I've been working on last night, and this morning. I want understand more about why the National Guard wasn't deployed when there had been clear calls for it. And then why that delay happens. So there are more things that I need, Toder stand before I get to a conclusory judgment about that. But I think that the question of was the president derelict in his duty. That's not an open question. He was now you know that the history of the Roman Revolution from 60 be CTO Augustus Caesar is a Progressive cycle of generations away from the norm. A rushed impeachment would be yet another interational away from the norm. Would that not itself be terribly damaging? So I think you raise a really good point. And it's why I think there's a distinction between the objective question of was the president derelict and the Prudential judgment of what is the best way to take America forward Donald Trump's not going to be in office. In 13 14 days. Whatever the right count is, I don't care much again and at a human level, you know, I've built a relationship with the president as we had to work together over the last four years, and I'm I'm sad for much of who Donald Trump is. Um But I don't really care at the level of American constitutional health where Donald Trump is in 2023. I do care a lot about where the American people are. And there are many, many, many great Americans who voted for Donald Trump. Because they didn't like the alternatives. They didn't like Hillary Clinton in 2016. They didn't like the failure of so many. Not all but so many in the Democratic Party to push back against Docs agenda to drive the Democratic Party party further the left so I understand and vote for Donald Trump. But I understand why lots of people did in my state and across the country. And what I want us to be doing is moving forward with 85, 90 and 95% of the people wanting to Reince reaffirm a constitutional system of checks and balances where you don't have the article to leader trying to incite action against the article one branch and the people sounds and so I'm with you that the prudential questions about what's good for the American people in 2023 2033. Those should be the most important questions right now. Do you want members of the Cabinet to resign in protest? And if so, who? I would say that I've had conversations for four years straight well with members of the Cabinet who see behavior that they regard as is not just morally disgusting, though, that but just totally confusing. About an adult who's supposed to be shepherding this great gift that we've inherited as the constitutional system that we pass it on to our kids and many people. That's my advice over 3.5 years. About whether that they should stay or resign. Typically, my advice has been to stay that the administration has done many, many wonderful things. You and I have talked about it. Some of the things that Mike Pompeo has been doing over the course of the last couple of years really, exceptionally good work. And so there are a number of members of the cabinet who've done good work at the level of policy implementation on dear Been a lot of people in the senior White House staff and in the Cabinet. You've also done very good work. In restraining some moments when Donald Trump was inclined to do some really crazy stuff on DSA. So in general, I've urged people to stay on. Do try to do the best they can. You're not serving the man. You're serving the American people by serving that office. Right now. I have a couple of other conversations going, so I don't want to discuss those in this context. But in general, my advice has been two people to stay and serve the American people through their calling. Sit in that office again when you work. When you take an oath of office is a cabinet official. You're taking the oath? Not to a man. You know the crap..

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"augustus caesar" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"augustus caesar" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Nothing hidden about what's on the agenda for today because today is New Year's Eve Thursday, the 31st of December kissed this year. No, no, It's not that kind of kiss where you think we carry you better kiss your Yeah. Maybe. You know what is better? You know, it'll be better. I got it. I guess I'm better The good old American salute. Can you hear that? Do you hear that hurt? Love there it is okay or raise the right finger to this year. Any or all of those things would be extremely relevant and applicable New Year's Eve. Final day. This is the Gregorian calendar. You know that? That's what we call the the year of our Lord and our Dominy. All the things that are used to attribute the year 20 twenties, otherwise irrelevant. The Chinese year. I think it's 57 31 or something like that. And okay, yeah, in the Muslim religion. There's another year for but it's all you know what's it relates you that's in your life. If you are follower or believer in all of the things that the various churches have put together, it's a convenient measure. It would be much it's much easier than if we take The actual year of the origin of the Earth. Like how could it be? How would you like to say Hell is December 31st 5,332,485,213. That that's a little cumbersome, right? It's kind of maybe someday that will be the accurate, accurate count. I don't know. I don't I don't have the planet to last that long, But yeah, right. Well, here's the plan. It'll probably last A good deal longer than the human occupation of it. At the rate, they're we're going anyway. So back to the Gregorian calendar, the official global standard. Because again, there were lots of different and diverse calendars that track what is essence the what's really fascinating about time is that it has worked out. This is the From me in a spirituals sense, Victoria the coming together. Of all of the things that have made it work like the moon functions around the earth in an elliptical orbit that last 28 Quarter days, and the earth goes around the sun and 365 Day units and the earth spins on its axis in exactly a 24 hour. Negative, actually, 23 hours 59 minutes. And 92.92 seconds or something like that, because we have to make up a second every How many years? The atomic clock has to make up a second someplace here and there. But anyway, the perfection of how everything functions and then you anything about the planet. Now it survives water and air and things that grow including all of the species that are on the planet and the human, the Justin analyze our body and how it works, The heart, the brain everything that functions. A swell as it doesn't get said yesterday that we are actually built According to most people who studied the body, the human body we could live if we didn't do such stupid stuff to ourselves. 140 150 years It seems hard to imagine that there's that much in our body. But there is what we smoke and we drink and we eat ice cream, and we drive cars too fast. And you know the other things that happened. Anyway. The Gregorian calendar we use today came from the pope of Pope Gregory, the eighth back in 15 82, the Gregorian calendar based on the solar year. Replaced the Roman calendar, which was done when Caesar was the ruler. Remember the fact that we have in the month of July and August came from the two Caesars? Julius Caesar and Augustus Caesar. That's where we There were 10 months before that, and they and their ego figured out. How that I don't know how it worked in 10 months if you haven't 60 days and you divided Yeah. In 10 segments. There were six extra days. So the original Average of 30 anyway. What's the old expression? 30 Days hath September, April, May and November. All the rest have 31 in kind except leap year, which has.

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