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Fresh update on "cherokee" discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"The cherokee national council purchased a printing press and commission to set of cherokee type paving the way for the publication of the cherokee phoenix. The first bilingual native american newspaper phoenix was published for cherokees but also widely spread across the neighbouring us and in europe religious pamphlets educational materials and legal documents including cherokee laws were now being printed in cherokee celebrate. And there's a little bit more to this article but it is something that i'm glad chief hoskins a one a to initiate because it shows a commitment to the continuation of language preservation and there is a lot of work the cherokee nation as well as the eastern ben in the kyoto tribe of cherokee use are doing to preserve the cherokee language. And i'm glad to see it. Because we are losing national treasures are language keepers as well do this. Pandemic and just natural mortality. So thank you chief and thank you for all of the other chiefs and and those who are putting forth this effort to make this happen. I hope it's a wonderful year long celebration to them for sure. Thank you thank you. Thank you any comments. No other than you know. The the importance is paramount. Right in in any time that we can that we can do that. In you know. I as i see it feels like the farther east north and east you go. The the deeper. The damage has been done relevant to loss of language correct and quite frankly. It's a lot of that has to do with the way the country was ruled out. I'm not saying that there wasn't language lost in in you know in in the south in western tribes because we certainly has been but we have instances where You know not only not only where we told. We cannot speak our our our original languages but we were killed on site for doing so spoiled documented in in colonial colonial texts and then other things were imposed later If we if. If if i was.
Fresh update on "cherokee" discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"Two wrongs don't make a right close quote herald said of the respect of the repeated. Efforts to hold trump accountable. What are you to right since taking office on january third every significant vote herald has cast has been in aid of keeping trump in office. She was among one hundred and forty. Seven republicans who voted against certifying the results of the twenty twenty presidential election her first floor speech on january seventh and her second on january twelfth. Were made in support of trump as well despite herald views. The house voted two hundred and thirty to one hundred ninety seven on thirteenth to impeach trump for high crimes and misdemeanors ten. Republicans joined ev Joined every democrat in approving h house resolution twenty four but while some republicans changed their minds about trump the following the capital riot the overwhelming majority did did not so we have to name them. Because it's important representative tom cole. Republican from oklahoma a citizen of the chickasaw nation to say his name again mark wayne mullen republican oklahoma. A citizen of the cherokee nation also voted against impeaching trump. Harrell who was elected in november of twenty twenty is the third native woman to serve in congress and should in know in that needs to be noted as well even though i completely disagree with her on this matter. At least ripped represented deb jalan of course democrat of new mexico who hails from the pueblo of laguna and also representative cherise davis a democrat from kansas and citizen of the host nation who all returned to the house this month after winning second terms in office. Congratulations to the mall. And i and i'm extending that also to representative herald okay. Both holland in david's voted to impeach trump. Both times good because it was the correct thing to do so. This logic makes zero sense and these individuals in congress who are from indian country no better historically and otherwise. They can spin it any way they want. They can rationalize it in their minds however they want the bottom line is you're caved to your peers because you are uncomfortable in voting which you know is.
Fresh "Cherokee" from The Mark Arum Show
"85 75 5 75 cleaning up nicely threw Cobb in Cherokee County's triple team traffic 95.5 WSB. And then the radio's only five day forecast used WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish looking at much colder weather for tomorrow. Chance of snow flurries Far north tomorrow, not worth worrying about. For tonight. Ah, few clouds low around 32 tomorrow mixes something. Clouds breezing cold high only 43 low around 28 for Sunday a mix of sun and clouds high round 48 low around 32. On Monday. Sunshine High 50 Low 29. My exclusive five day forecast Tuesday and Wednesday. Mostly sunny to partly sunny, warmer highs Tuesday. 58 Wednesday 56 lows 36 to 45 50 degrees on Peachtree Street. It is 6 38 9, Chris Chandler, 95.5 WSB Atlanta's news and talk the Mark Arum show sponsored by Engineering Solutions of Georgia. Hey, this is former Governor of Texas. Rick Perry. You're listening to the Mark Kerem Show 6 38 22 in front of seven Friday Live edition of the market of Show the bananas and I wish until eight in the P. M. Was a great millennial match game. I thought about this Chuck during the break. This might be a fun game. Take one so case you missed it. It was TV show characters and the money. I had to guess what TV show match the character the character was B a Baracus, Mister Tea's character in the A team and he gets happy days. This might be fun exercise for Twitter later take one character from a TV show and attitude, not a TV show. But it has to make that TV show better. Right? Like Al Swearingen and Seinfeld. You know how.
Fresh "Cherokee" from The Mark Arum Show
"Always spot off Don Kirk Mellish and 95.5. W S B. WSB used time. 6 37 now live team coverage of traffic and weather. First triple team traffic. And here is Dr Neville later blocked out anybody nor but still about 17 minutes ago. 253 16 There is a left lane blocked 3 16. He's found that crash east of I 85 in Gwinnett County than dancing Back on 85 Alex Williams. Cool Rick. Every traffic center No brake lights 400 north down the South Bound slows from Abernathy down 2 to 85 75 5 75 cleaning up nicely threw Cobb in Cherokee County's triple team traffic 95.5 WSB. And then the radio's only five day forecast used WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish looking at much colder weather for tomorrow. Chance of snow flurries Far north tomorrow, not.
Two metro Atlanta school districts pause live classes due to COVID-19 surge
"Cove. It concerns the latest on that from WTSP. Sabrina, Cuba. Fulton County will continue with remote learning as they are seeing a spike in covert 19 cases in Cherokee County. They're closing all schools for in person learning starting Monday. The district, saying they simply cannot continue to operate in person, given the fact that more than 400 full time staff are out with the virus. Schools want to give students, families and employees the next 10 days to get healthier WSB he's top national story.
New Jersey Man Arrested In Violent Manhattan Rampage That Injured 10 People
"Baseball bat went on a rampage in Lower Manhattan Saturday night, he attacked 10 people, including Molly Quentin, who was slugged in the head in the subway station at Canal and Derek. He starts screaming at us. And try to block it and advanced today excited station and he started wearing toe was my girlfriend, So I screamed at him to come towards me, and he started rushing at me. And as I helped across the turnstile, I scream tow person at that booth to call the police. And he struck me behind the arm and on the head a couple times. And then you brush on the station. You talk to the New York Post. Cops eventually stopped Brian Thompson with a Taser. It began in SoHo and continued and Hudson Square, then on to Tribeca, and it finally ended in Chelsea. Police say 43 year old Brian Thompson first attacked two men and one woman in the Canal Street subway station. Just after 6:30 P.m.. The next victim was a 39 year old woman attacked near Barican Canal Street. Police say Thompson then went after the driver of a parked car and took off at high speed in the vehicle, eventually crashing it in Tribeca. After that, he allegedly tried to steal two other cars but failed any attack more people? Then police say he carjacked the Jeep Grand Cherokee and drove to Chelsea, where he hit. A police car was finally arrested. Thompson faces a whole host of charges. The most serious injury is a broken arm. Roger. Stir in
Cops: Man arrested after dragging deputy alongside car, speeding off in metro Atlanta
"Man allegedly drags a Cherokee County deputy alongside his car, according to the sheriff's office. The deputy stopped Elmer Pence in Canton and asked him to get out of the vehicle. That's when Pence, allegedly grabbed the deputy's arm and started to drive off. The deputy pulled free. Pence fled. Authorities Discover his car and Pickens County. He's later arrested in Gordon County. He's He's jail jail
"cherokee" Discussed on The Storyteller
"His one and only son. So what about you. Would you like to receive the gift that the creators offering you. You can receive jesus as your savior like you receive a gift on christmas if you want the gift reach out and take it from the giver. Thank him for the creator. Offers you a light in the darkness life instead of in a way to be saved from your sins and brought back to your creator the creators where it tells us this that he loved the world in this way that he gave his only son that whoever believes in him should not perish heavy. Turn live whoever believes in. The son has eternal life but whoever does not obey the sun shall not see life but the wrath of god remains on him. If you believe in trust in yes shula. Jesus you will be saved from your sins and you will be brought back to your creator. What an amazing gift to receive this christmas day. I hope you do if you would like a copy of today's program. Ask for it when you write to us at the storyteller. Po box one thousand one. The msci minnesota five six six one nine. Our phone number is eight. Seven seven seven six six four six four eight. we're also online at without reservation dot com. Thanks for listening and remember. The greatest story took place at the cross for the wages of sin is death but the gift of god is eternal life through. Jesus christ our lord. My friends. There are more amazing stories to tell so. Be sure to join us again. Next time as we listen to the storyteller..
"cherokee" Discussed on The Storyteller
"Were not supposed to eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. God told demand that if he ate of it he would surely die but there was also a snake in the garden who came and lied to the woman and said you will not die and he tempted her to do what the creator told them not to do and because the woman wanted to be wise in her own eyes and because she saw that the fruit was good to eat and it looked good. She took the fruit. She wanted to be like the creator and she disobeyed the creators command and took the fruit and eight of it and she gave some to her husband adam to immediately they knew that the creators words were true and that they had done something they shouldn't have done but it was too late. Adam and eve were ashamed at what they had done and they tried to hide from the creator but no one could hide from the creator. He always knew where they were. And the creator came to talk to them. He said to the man adam were. Are you an adam came. But he was afraid the creator asked him if he had eaten the forbidden tree. And adam blame the woman for giving him the fruit. The creator then asked the woman what she had done and she blamed the snake for attempting her. So the creator cursed the snake and because of this. The snake crawls around on its belly needs dust for all of its days. The woman was also made to have great pain in childbirth in the man would work hard for his food. Instead of having the garden trees as the creators gifts the worst of all the man and the woman were no longer allowed to live in the creators presence so they were sent to the east out away from the garden and away from the creator's presence but the creator had a purpose and sending them away because there was another tree called the tree of life and if they would have eaten from that tree they would've lived forever in their shame and disobedience to the creator before they were sent away. The creator covered them with animal skins and made a promise to them that one day the offspring of the woman would crush the head of the serpent once and for all for what he had done. What an amazing story i heard. And what a wonderful gift to know that. This was the one who made me to know that. I wasn't an accident to know that there was a reason that i was made the save my life and purpose. This answered so many questions for me. I was so glad that. I didn't have to wonder anymore where i came from. I knew that. I had a creator as i got older. I noticed some things that started to bother me dislike the first man and woman. I would do things that would get me in trouble. And that would make me feel ashamed. Sometimes it wouldn't listen to my mom or dad. And i would do things. They told me not to do and they would be upset with me. I didn't like when they were upset with me. But there are even times where i would do things that no one else would see and yet. I knew that i shouldn't do these things on the inside. These things would bother me. I would be ashamed at what i said or done. And even though i would try not to think about it or ignore it. I would still feel bad on the inside. This is what the bible calls sin just like the first man and woman disobeyed i did too and it seemed like no matter how hard i tried to be good. I couldn't do it. Even if i was what i thought was good for a little while. It wasn't very long before i was in trouble again. One time when i was little i asked my mom and dad. What would happen to me if i died. They told me the story of jesus came to the earth. And like i said before for a while. I thought christmas was about getting toys and stuff but the real gift of christmas was a person. The bible says that jesus yeshua is his hebrew name. Is the one creator promised to crush the evil of the serpent in the garden. Yes shula means jawa saves. jesus was the creator in human form. He was god's own son and he came from the heavens down to the earth to be a light for all the nations of the earth alight. That would show us the way. God our creator. This is how the bible tells the story from the gospel of matthew in the english standard version. Now the birth of jesus christ took place in this way. When his mother mary had been betrothed to joseph before they came together she was found to be with child from the holy spirit and her husband. Joseph being adjust man and unwilling to put her to shame resolve to divorce her quietly but as he considered these things behold an angel of the lord appeared to him in a dream. Saying joseph son of david do not fear to take mary as your wife for that which is conceived in her is from the holy spirit she will bear a son and you shall call his name shula jesus for he will save his people from their sins. All this took place to fulfill what the lord had spoken by the prophet behold the virgin shall conceive embarrassed son and they shall call his name emmanuel which means god with us. When joseph woke from sleep he did as the angel of the lord commanded him. He took his wife but he knew her not until she had given birth to a son and he called his name. Jesus yeshua your way saves. Jesus came safest people from their sins. He came to be the light that would show all the nations the way back to god but how would he do this. How would jesus save his people from their sins and bring them back to their creator. Jesus had to live a perfect life and then die in their place when the first man and woman disobeyed the creator in the garden they brought death upon themselves and everything in creation. Because god told if you eat of the forbidden fruit you will surely die. Sin brings death. Jesus came to get rid of death by sacrificing his own life. Jesus was giving his own life in exchange for hours. Where adam disobeyed jesus obeyed. He lived a perfect life of obedience to the creator. His father jesus lived a perfect life and died for our sins on a tree called the cross just like the tree of life in the garden jesus became a tree of life by giving up his own life like the animals that god killed to cover man shame and the garden jesus shed his own blood to cover the shame that we feel when we do bad things and to show that jesus had power over death that adam had brought into the world. Jesus came back to life three days after he died. Some of the people thought it was fake. I can really didn't die. But others literally saw him dead and then they saw him alive again. There were eye witnesses. Hundreds of people that saw him after he raised from the dead and they believed him and they followed him because he was the light who overcame darts. He was the life that conquered death. He was the only one that could save them from their sins. And bring them back to their creator. God jesus came to give his perfect life to anyone who would trust him. Not just one person or one nation of people. Jesus came so that all nations might hear this good message and find their way back to gone. This was certainly wonderful news to me and even as a young boy. I knew i couldn't be good enough to get to god. There wasn't anything. I could do to get rid of my san and shame but when jesus said that all i have to do is look to him as my light as my life as my salvation to trust him as the only one who could save me from my sins. This was the greatest gift anyone could ever give me so this is what i did. I trusted jesus to save me from my sins. I trusted him to what he promised to do. In taking away all my shame from all my disobeying and give me the life of perfect obedience that he had lived and now twenty years later. I'm still amazed at who yeshua jesus is and what he has done for me. He is the most precious gift i could ever have. Received a gift from the creator himself.
"cherokee" Discussed on The Storyteller
"Native north america who are following jesus christ without reservation. This is a special time of year for us when we celebrate the birth of our lord. Jesus christ on today's program. We're going to do just that as we listened to. Jason french share his story and about the amazing gift that god offers to all nations. My name is jason french. And i'm from the cherokee tribe in oklahoma. I'm here today to tell you the greatest story that i've ever heard you may have heard it called the story of christmas but today i would like you to hear it has the story of the christ the special one the anointed one. When i was growing up. I liked christmas because it usually meant. I got some really neat toys for my parents. But as i got older i learned that there was a much greater gift than toys being offered to me. I learned about this story from my mom and dad and they learned about it from a book. But this wasn't just any old book. This was a special book. Holy book a special gift that had come from the creator himself called the bible when i was little. I didn't think too much about where it came from. But as i got older i had questions about life questions about death all kinds of questions and my mom and dad would teach me from this book and i learned that. This book was the key to understanding where i came from and why was here. The bible told me that the creator god was already here in the beginning even before there was a beginning. The creator was already there. He always been there and would always be there. He was forever. I even learned that one of his. Name's is ya way which means.
Three tribal leaders vote as Arizona Presidential Electors
"This is national native news. I'm antonio gonzales. Three tribal leaders cast their ballot as arizona. Presidential electors monday for democrats joe biden and kamala harris governor steven rayle lewis of the. He'll river indian community chairman ned. Norris of the autumn nation and president jonathan nez of the navajo nation. Arizona's eleven presidential electors met in phoenix. After taking an oath of office signed the official certificate. A vote for president and vice president governor lewis in a video message expressed his pride taking part in what he called a historic event reflecting on the election amid the pandemic saying native people made their voices known with voter turnout and tribal communities across the st louis added. He's excited to work. With the biden harris administration biden and harris committed to native americans having a seat at the table during a meeting in october with tribal leaders in phoenix. The new vice president of the oglala sioux tribe is getting right to work leash. Musso was recently sworn into office with president. Kevin killer the lead. The south dakota tribe for the next two years. Richard to bowls has more. Dr alicia musso edged out former oglala sioux tribe president and founder of lakota nation invitational. Brian brewer for the vice presidency shall serve the tribes almost forty seven thousand members across two point. One million acres of land that consists of the pine ridge indian reservation. Musso grew up in porcupine and earned her. Phd in clinical psychology from the university of wyoming. She ran on the platform of promoting science technology engineering arts and math. We know the importance of that. We know we have that those roots in our culture and community but we need places for those people who want those careers to land. And i'm also research for myself. And i've navigated navigate that here know the difficulty season. How amazing it would be if we had our own research and training center where we were leading our own research and we were clambering with outside entities. And i think that's a possibility. During the pandemic musso says she has used her education to help native americans not only in pine ridge but natives across the country to address the myriad of social and health inequities they struggle with another goal as vice. President is to not only continue that work but to also find new ways to utilize her office for what the needs of the people are advice. President position has been a sleeping giant of a position. Right there's a lot that can happen from this office. I know the constitution. We have our constitution. And i have my duties there. But there's a lot we can do. You know and i'm a team player so i'm excited to see what we can do and especially by platform pieces iran on iran on those. Because i knew you can do things with this office. And that would be helpful for the entire tribe. Musso says she appreciates the support and is excited to find solutions for the tribe to handle the current pandemic situation that will serve well into the future in rapid city. I'm richard till's the indian health service started initial distributions of cove. Nineteen vaccines monday. Ihs facilities two of the largest tribes in the united states received first doses of the pfizer vaccine the cherokee nation and oklahoma and the navajo nation in the four corners region and minnesota healthcare workers the cass lake hospital on the leech lake reservation where among some of the first to receive the vaccine in the state the bemidji pioneer reports ten workers at the hospital were vaccinated tribal programs in urban centers have the option of receiving the vaccine from the indian health service or states the initial distribution is prioritizing health care workers and residents of long term care facilities.
Navajo COVID Surge, Native Veterans Honored, and Biden Win Heralded
"The national native news antonio gonzales the navajo department of health is warning residents of uncontrollable spread of covid nineteen and thirty four communities on the reservation navajo leaders and health professionals are urging residents to take precautions and stay home. The tribe has been hit hard by covid nineteen and saw the first wave peak in the spring strict measures including mandatory mask. Orders curfews and lockdowns are credited to numbers dropping in the summer and fall but his cases start to rise navajo leaders and health officials. Say they're prepared to take extreme action to help prevent the surge from surpassing the first one. Dr jill jim director of the navajo department of health during a virtual town hall this week says many of the cases have been linked to large gatherings and travel off the reservation as we were in many those were at our highest peak in may and at that time. Any what we. Experience is a complete shutdown for a number of much the tribes shutdown government offices and things like that but living in with kobe. Nineteen has teens and perception of how we need to respond has detained. But i'm bill what we experience in on. You never know we might have to do. Extreme mitigation listeners. On to ensure that we stop the spread of covid nineteen so and that will impact our healthcare system as of wednesday the total number of positive covid nineteen cases on the navajo nation. Where twelve thousand. Eight hundred and eighteen native veterans. Were honored wednesday. Virtual events were streamed online including a program to mark the completion of the national native american veterans memorial in washington dc mel sheldon councilman of the tulalip tribes. Who served in vietnam kicked off. The event recognizing veterans for their service. When i got back from vietnam. I was very proud to be a veteran. I was a helicopter pilot at nineteen. We flew in near cambodia and into cambodia and we should as best as we could coming home talking to other veterans knowing that we had done our job. It was a proud tradition for a lot of veterans coming. Home was not always easy and it was. The powwows are tribal communities. Put their arms around us to make us feel proud. Tampa's become hold again as those it were in combat. They were changed in a way that we could help them. He'll help them recover. The memorial is on the grounds of the national museum of the american indian it open to the public on wednesday and recognizes native veterans on a national level. Joe biden is making plans to take over. The federal government is president in preparing for his cabinet. Even as president trump fights the election and has not conceded. The biden harris transition team was announced this week and includes native americans. Kevin washburn chickasaw janey. Hip chickasaw in chris. James eastern band of cherokee washburn law professor and dean and is a former federal official hips leader in native american agriculture and has worked in washington. Dc james has held positions in the federal government and leads a national native economic development organization biden harris transition teams will review agencies to help with the smooth transfer of power tribal leaders and directors of national native organizations across the country recognizing the biden harris projected win and are prepared to move forward with the next administration this week. The alaska federation of natives released a statement of congratulations and said the af looks forward to working with the teams and seeing the new administration's initiatives next year. The national congress of american indians in a statement. Saturday said it looks forward to working with the team to ensure indian country priorities are addressed. I antonio's gonzales.
How does the Electoral College work?
"This week's episode answers the question. How in the world does the electoral college pick our president. You're listening to the how in the world podcast we're we unravel some of the planet's most perplexing questions in just about ten minutes nope we're not scientists or scholars. We're just normal people who like to figure things out. Sometimes inspiring sometimes informative. Our topics are always fascinating hosted by me mark johnson and my lovely wife me holly johnson. We do the research so you don't have to well. Today is thursday november fifth twenty twenty. And it's been a quiet couple of days around here in the. Us assure was there was something on tv to incessantly. Watch and keep checking my phone about What could that possibly be wrong. Oh how about the twenty twenty elections. It's been a wild couple of days folks in it. Looks like it could be wild for a bit longer. So let's all practice are deep breathing and relaxation methods together. Bring your popcorn as the time that we're recording this. I believe the elections come down to maybe four states that haven't yet counted all of their votes but once they're done it's still not over no not even close because once all the votes are counted will know what the results of the popular vote are. But we won't officially know yet. Who won this election. And that's because not only will there be a ton of lawsuits than we unto way through but also because we don't elect our president based on the popular. Vote like you would in the classroom election elementary school. We use the electoral college. And i've always been a little foggy about the electoral college. So i'm glad recovering this today because it forced me to dig deeper really kind of learn about it or you could have just asked your wife who by the way is a political scientist by education. You know yeah. I've been told that. Before so i get a little invested in presidential elections and the preceding debates and political discussion. So what it's fascinating and also frustrating and maddening and kinda stupid also but so fascinating the strategy. He's not even close anyway. Let's talk about the electoral college. Yup that's why we're here. So let's do it and by the way we're going to refrain from any partisan right discussion. This is just about the electoral college. You won't know who we voted for. So for starters you know how annoying all of those census ads and like postcard mailers and mail and information and more ads and everything was reminding us. How important is that we fill out our census form so that everyone is counted yet. And i remember seeing a ton about the census recently. But i believe you filled out the form. Since you're our families designated form filler outer am. I joined it because again i am a political scientist so data and surveys and stuff like that matters anyway. The census is used to determine a lot of things most notably funding to your state for certain services. So if you have a disproportionate number of school aged kids for example it tells the. Us government that you'll need a disproportionate amount of funding for schools. I mean that's really dumbing. It down but funding is a biggie. And doesn't also tell you how many representatives you'll get in the. Us house it does so every state gets two senators so there are a total of one hundred senators in the us senate but representatives are totally different because their allocated based on the census count. Yes they are. There's always four hundred and thirty five of them. No more no less. But how they're allocated can change. So if everyone emptied out of california which currently has fifty three districts and therefore fifty-three representatives and moved to wyoming which currently has just one representative. Those numbers would turn on their head. And by the way. Alaska delaware montana and north and south dakota and also vermont have just one representative yes and there are also some non voting delegates in the hell. They can do everything. The voting members can do except vote. Hence the name right. They can introduce bills and participate in committees Currently there is a delegate representing washington. Dc as well as one each for puerto rico. American samoa guam the northern mariana islands. And the us virgin islands. They're also talking about adding a delegate from the cherokee nation and from the choctaw nation which is super cool. Yeah it really is. And the senate and house together are called congress and there are a total of five hundred thirty five members of congress. So that's that hundred senators and the four hundred and thirty five representatives. Each state has the same number of electoral college votes. That they have congressmen or women which means each state has a minimum of three electoral college members. Two senators one representative three so for the the smaller less populated states. They're still going to have three electoral college members.
Atlanta schools to cancel live, virtual teaching Friday after storm
"Still without power on day after Zita wrote through the state. More than one million Georgia residents lost electricity at some point early Thursday in around 200,000 homes remade it powerless this morning in the metro area. Georgia Power is estimating 95% of those remaining residents will have electricity restored by Sunday night. The aftermath of the storm is continuing toe also have an effect on area school district's cop Cherokee, Paulding, Fulton and Atlanta are both canceling in person and virtual classes today due to power outages. Others like Gwinnett, Douglas and a cab are sticking to a virtual
Metro Atlanta school cancellations for Tropical Storm Zeta
"Systems to cancel classes today since kids are unable to log on for virtual learning school system's giving students the day ofthe include city of Atlanta, Cobb, Cherokee, Fulton and Paulding County into Cab, Gwinnett and Douglas counties. It's a virtual instruction day, fate for site and Henry County schools offer both in person and at home learning today. Check what your district is doing at wsb radio dot com. In depth coverage of
1 dead after tree falls on metro Atlanta home
"In metro Atlanta after a tree falls on a mobile home in Cherokee County. This morning, the sheriffs office Confirms the death and the Eastgate community off Bell's fairy. It's believed to be the first death locally is tropical Storm Zeta rolls through W S. B. J Black Black describes describes what what he's he's seeing seeing in in Gwinnett Gwinnett County. County. Heard Heard several several branches branches and and tree tree snap snap and and pop pop off off of of homes homes here. here. Still Still kind kind of of hard hard to to see see the the damage damage because because it it is is so so so so dark. dark. Have no power here. No street lights, no home lights. And with all the pine straw and leaves and branches that are down, you really can't even see the roads and driveways that you're trying to rob walk around, and he's powerful Tropical Storm force winds been coming through for the last couple of hours. Here It is gonna be a rough morning here in this part of North Gwinnett County and so on. E J. Black 95.5 ws metro
"cherokee" Discussed on American History Tellers
"So the state of Georgia did nothing, it refuse even to publicly record its refusal in the minutes of its legislative sessions. Governor Lumpkin made sure nothing was put in writing. Another state lawmaker promised that the Supreme Court Judgment would be resisted with George and promptitude and spirit. It would never be accepted until Georgia was made a howling wilderness. Throughout all of this worcester and Butler continued to sit in jail the language there through the summer of eighteen, thirty two and through Andrew Jackson's re election that November they were finally set free in the spring of eighteen thirty three when it became politically expedient for governor. Lumpkin to do so. The two missionaries had helped prove legal case for Cherokee independence the supreme court before the Cherokee nation, it looked increasingly like nothing had been accomplished. Still, chief Ross would not give up he and members of the national. Council continued to lobby the US Congress and to bring circuit court cases against state laws in Alabama and Tennessee undaunted Ross continued to believe in the US court system to trust that there would be a way to legally protect his nation and his land, but some members of his nation didn't feel the same way. Elias Buddha no had been on tour raising funds for his newspaper. When he heard about the Supreme Court decision in Worcester Be Georgia after realizing that the decision would not be enforced. Budanov shows his priorities. His concern was no longer with Cherokee sovereignty but with preserving the culture of Cherokee people no matter where they lived removal was inevitable. He felt and fighting it was useless. So Buddha no began to pen articles in the Cherokee Phoenix new article suggested that if a new treaty with the US government could be signed the Cherokee could at least secure more money and better terms in exchange for giving up their land. These views aligned with a small faction of the Cherokee Council that call themselves the Treaty Party. But chief John Ross and the majority of the council refused any talk of compromise or negotiation to negotiate any type of removal policy, which surely end in disaster they thought the Cherokee Council condemned the pro treaty newspaper articles and Buddha no soon resigned his position as the paper's editor. The Phoenix contained publish with chief Ross's cousin taking over the editorship and as it had from the start, the paper continued to make the case for Cherokee independence. Hopes for that 'cause dimmed over the next two years as the Cherokee Council grew bitterly divided over just how to negotiate if at all with the US government. The Cherokee people and their hopes for retaining.
"cherokee" Discussed on American History Tellers
"Thirty to the Supreme Court heard arguments in the case of wister versus Georgia with the fate of the Cherokee nation on the line. Once again, Georgia refused to appear but the pressure surrounding the case where even more intense than those the previous year. The whole country was watching everyone had an opinion, the pro Jackson Democrats and their boosters cried foul to the whole proceedings. State matters should be handled in the state. They argued not by federal usurpation as Georgia Governor Lumpkin put. Meanwhile Cherokee chief John Ross went on tour of the northeast pressing for his tribes, rights and encouraging congressional action in new charter. Fresh issues of the Cherokee Phoenix flew off Elias Buddha printing press. In Washington William worked and his Co. counsel presented their argument to the Supreme Court on the broadest possible grants just as in the Korn Tassell appeal word argued that Georgia did not have the legal authority to arrest someone on Cherokee land. He also contended that the Supreme Court had the power to issue a writ of error forcing the release of Samuel. Worcester Analyzer Butler from prison. In less than two weeks chief justice, John Marshall. Delivered the court's opinion. It was a powerful rebuke to Georgia. Marsa. So wrote, the Cherokee nation is a distinct community occupying own territory in which the laws of Georgia can have no force and which the citizens of Georgia have no right to enter. But with the assent of the Cherokee themselves, the act of the state of Georgia under which the plaintiff was in error prosecuted is consequently void. Marsh continued that Worcester had been arrested while under the guardianship of treaties guaranteeing the country in which he resided and that wister was convicted under a law repugnant to the constitution. The court ruled in favor not just a western Butler but Cherokee independence itself in a slight modification from its ruling the year before the court ruled that the Cherokee, a separate political entity could not be regulated by any individual state. Only the federal government had the authority to make trees and it's treaties with Cherokee nation had to be respected going even further. The Supreme Court. Declared all Georgia's laws in regards to native people were unconstitutional. News of the decision was greeted with feasts and dances shorter in Washington and enthusiastic Cherokee delegation already in town for the ruling was invited to meet with Associate Supreme Court Justice John McLean. The clean had ruled in the Cherokees Favor. But he told the delegation to pass on a warning chief John Ross do not expect this decision to change anything. mcleans fellow associate. Justice Joseph story much in a letter to his wife following the Worcester decision. He wrote Georgia is full of anger and violence. Probably she will resist the execution of judgment and if she does I, do not believe the president will interfere. It is one thing for the Supreme Court to rule in favor of the charity was another thing entirely for the ruling to be enforced. Worcester and Butler the plaintiffs still sat in a Georgia jail and there was no way the governor Lumpkin would release them. If he did it was possible that the whole architecture of his states Cherokee policies would collapse in addition President Jackson support was emphatic. It was clear that would be no action from Washington forcing the state to comply..
"cherokee" Discussed on American History Tellers
"Saying nothing like he knew coming. You fasten his wrists and lead him towards the way for a split second. You wonder if the Lord really is on this man's side. But it isn't your place guess about such things God's law and man's law are two different things. All, you have to use force the latter. Samuel Worcester had known something like this was coming just three months before Georgia passed a law prohibiting white men from residing in the Cherokee territory without first obtaining a license the thirty three old wooster had no license and did not seek or apply for one. He'd already lived in new charter with his wife and family for six years. Worcester was a vocal advocate for Cherokee independece. He'd helped Elias Buddha create the Cherokee Phoenix newspaper, and as the postmaster of Newest Shota was made sure the copies were sent to cities all over the northeast. Worcester. Along with a laser, Butler and seven other missionaries deliberately courted arrest to help bring the question of Cherokee independence before the Supreme Court. Once Georgia Governor Wilson Lumpkin realized this he had the men set free lumpkin was a newly elected governor, but he followed the same mandate as his predecessors pressured the Cherokee by all means available. But once lung can release them from Jail Samuel Worcester and allies Butler still refuse to leave Cherokee land and raged governor Lumpkin had worcester removed from his position as postmaster and arrested again. For good measure he also rearrested Butler. The two missionaries were sentenced to four years of hard labor in a Georgia jail? The rearrest of the two missionaries was a strategic mistake for Lumpkin. Here it lasts was the case that William weren't, and the Cherokee had been waiting for like he had with Corn Tassell were took over representation for the Worcester case and filed a notice to appear in the supreme. Court? Unwittingly. Governor Lumpkin had backed himself into a corner unlike tassell his two prisoners were white. He couldn't execute them just to get them out of the way, but he couldn't release them from jail either for Lumpkin and his Georgia constituents. This was a matter of states rights above all else. But for Word Worcester in the Cherokee, this case was about defending the right to exist as they had.
"cherokee" Discussed on American History Tellers
"The first three decades of the eighteen hundreds, the United States expanded rapidly the population tripled from five to fifteen million and the nation's territory kept pace growing threefold with the purchase of the Louisiana territory and the acquisition of Florida construction of canals, turnpikes, and railroads improved transportation, and spurred the economy. But for native Americans in the East, all this growth threatened their very existence with millions of acres of prime farmland and forests. The Cherokee nation found their rights slowly being eroded by the neighboring state of Georgia to make matters worse, the federal government and the president refused to intervene. But the Cherokee had one last option pursuing case against the state of Georgia in federal court historically, legal trees had outlined the relationship between the Cherokee and the United States but even these legally binding agreements were open to different interpretations. Cherokee leaders would stand their ground in the only branch of government left to them the Supreme Court in two separate cases, Cherokee nation versus Georgia, and Worcester versus Georgia. The court would render decisions that would determine the future of an entire civilization. This episode to the Cherokee cases. By the late eighteen, twenty's. Rush, in western Georgia was the latest development to put pressure on the Cherokee People White Southerners were hungry not just for gold, but the promise of Western expansion. There was money to be made in land speculation and the Cherokee were some the last tribe standing in the way. Up. and down the east coast of North America white settlers first French and Spanish. Than English had made deals with native tribes they traded with them established communities and learn how to survive the harsh winters as the settlers grew in number. They intensified their fighting with the neighboring tribes forcing native Americans. Further into the western portion of the North American continent, all the while white settlers called native Americans savages, and characterize them as primitive creating myth of racial inferiority that laid the groundwork for white aggression. By the nineteenth century, white businessmen and landowners in the United States looked to the government to help drive out tribal communities and the government obliged by offering cash buyouts to native tribes would relocate and applying pressure to those who remained. But in the state of Georgia. The Cherokee were not leaving fast enough for the settlers and the states politicians were doing their best to speed things along. For young Cherokee man named Elias Buono. His twenty six years had been spent an anticipation of a confrontation like this Putin O- lived with his wife and children in the town of new showed the capital of the Cherokee nation. Their residents walked wide streets and slapped and large frame houses. They ran farms and plantations some of them maintained by enslaved. Labor, at the center of town stood a courthouse and a two story council building with glass windows and brick chimneys. The new tribal government, the Cherokee National Council met in this building, and from there, it oversaw territory the covered a vast swath of land stretching up into the southern Appalachian Mountains. The majority of Cherokee around seventeen thousand people still lived in other mountain towns and villages across one hundred, fifty miles of trails. These settlements were more remote, more inaccessible and more traditional women, how powerful leadership roles and communities were matrilineal. Though tribal law and social behavior had once differed from place to place. Now, the central council a new Toyota. Helped settle disputes and kept up lines of communication within the Cherokee community. Just, like new a charter allies Buddha No. Himself was symbolic of the changes Cherokee, people had undergone in the nineteenth century. Born in eighteen. Oh, to to a prominent mixed race family he'd been christened gala Geena wate and nicknamed buck his father was Cherokee and his mother had European and Cherokee heritage like his cousins and others in the tribe with high social standing Bach was sent north to be educated to a Christian missionary school in Cornwall Connecticut. Their buck met an aging former congressman named Elias Bhutto the elder Buddha no took an interest in buck an urge the young. Cherokee. To adopt his name Bach accepted and for the rest of his life was known as Elias Cornelius Buddha. No. Returning to new a photo in his early twenties Budanov found a tribal leadership that was changing into a national council. Political leaders were being chosen and constitution was about to be formed. The Cherokee were forming their own modern independent government. A new written language or celebrity had been recently developed by a Cherokee linguist named sequoia for the first time. The Cherokee could record their spoken words on paper Buddha no work to get this new celebrate set into typeface but the tribes leaders decided it wasn't enough to just develop a.
"cherokee" Discussed on American History Tellers
"Newest issue of the Cherokee Phoenix the only newspaper in America with stories in both English and Cherokee. Also, the only newspaper advocating for Cherokee land rights. Glancing out the window. The whole town of New Jota is laid out in front of you stores. A city hall houses a bustling town of Cherokee people, but the governor of Georgia would like nothing more than to see it demolished to become instead home for white settlers. It's enough to make your blood boil. As you look up from your typesetting, you see a man on a horse approaching fast clip. It's your boss, the editor of the Phoenix Elias. Buddha no. He rushes into the office number to your desk How much of that front page do you have set on just about done while we'll have to clear some space towards the top they found gold. Nearly, drop the Netherlanders in your hands on the floor gold where Ward Creek rumors are flying around like wildfire land prices are doubling people jumping all over themselves get in and pan. Gold turning up on Cherokee land should be wonderful news, but you both know the reality is anything but white settlers in their politicians have been ratcheting up a fight against your people for nearly thirty years. Now, the discovery of gold will only make them hungrier for your land chief Robert and the counselor going to have to address this. He means the Cherokee National Council, the governing body of the Cherokee Nation Council building is right down the road. What will the council be able to do? I'm not sure but what I do know is that the Cherokee have rights in the United States, we signed treaties to ensure our sovereignty. US past honor them even against one of its own states. So if we have to go to Washington to press our case, then that's what we're going to have to do. Nothing good has come from the American government not their treaties not their politicians ally suddenly turns on his face hot with anger. What would you do that? Start a war against the entire state of Georgia? No. Of course not we don't have the numbers. We don't have the military we would lose exactly. So when your backs against the wall, what you do.
Atlanta Weather: Brief light showers Sunday morning
"Light showers linger into Sunday morning low 62 then becoming partly cloudy in the afternoon tomorrow with a high of 75 Partly cloudy Monday Low 61 High 78, the National Weather Service, just issuing a significant weather advisory for north bolting Cobb, Clayton, South Eastern Cherokee, two cabs southwestern for Seif, southwestern Gwinnett, Northern Henry and South Fulton County's until seven o'clock with some very heavy rain in these areas and 40 mile per hour winds. 66 degrees on Peachtree Street. It's 6 35. I'm Jennifer Perry
Chicago Bears on Alert for Revenge Game From Panthers' ‘damn Beast' Mike Davis
"Be dealing with an X on Sunday in Carolina, Mike Davis has come in and taken full advantage of his opportunity. We know know that he was here, there's going to be extra motivation there like he needs it. I mean, he's a damn beast second lead. They were on their team don't have screens handing the ball off. We've got to take on blocks. We gotta get off blocks. We got a swarm this guy We gotta tackle. We talked like we did last week. You'll have a 200 yards on us, like Davis signed a two year deal with the Bears before last season, but ended up getting cut by the Bears in the middle of the year and scooped up by the Panthers, where he is thriving these days in the absence of running back Christian McCaffrey bears defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano also told us that Khalil Mack was great last week against Tampa Bay, but that he's going to have to be great again. And this week against the Panthers. Cherokee McManus was back and practice for the Bears, Mark
The James Craig Anderson Case
"In the early hours, of Sunday, June twenty, six, two, thousand eleven, James Anderson who went by his middle name of Craig found himself in a predicament. He had locked his case inside his car. It was a setback the happy go lucky forty, seven year old African American man wasn't prepared for. Chri had gone out alone the previous evening as he's husband of Eighteen Years James was rusted onto work and not shift over the weekend. Our Zolia James had phoned craig to remind him to stop packing for their upcoming trip to Chicago in celebration of Craig's forty eighth birthday in five days tone. Deaf Cole ended with the men telling one another I love you. Craig's orange, Chevy Avalanche was parked in a lot of the Metro win a budget hotel in his home city of Jackson, Mississippi. Located near the intersection of highway eighty in the city's west, the lot was relatively small with round two dozen angled parking spots split into two near Avon rose. A Wendy's fast food restaurant was located on its northern Boorda with winding on and off ramps for the interstate twenty highway to the south. The law was partially framed with small tree line nature strips and access to the aced via frontiers road and to the West from the busy thoroughfare Avella Avenue. Shortly after full forty-five Im as Craig assess these options a what Jeb Cherokee v carrying four occupants and to the parking lot. Too, young occasion man got out of the vehicle and approached Craig who explained his dilemma. He asked the pair. If they had a coat hanger, he could use to try Jimmy the lock in his car door. The men moved back and forth dead Jay and Craig's CAA engaging Craig in conversation while seemingly looking for an autumn that could be of assistance. Fifteen minutes light up a dock green Ford F to fifty pickup truck carrying three occupants drove into the COP hawk before leaving via the LS avenue exit. The two men who were hoping crag go back into the Jape and followed the food. Moments light off by vehicles returned and stopped in close vicinity to wear Craig was waiting by his car. The two men who had assisted cry go Gola emerged from that Jape and joined by the driver of the Ford a young what Glum head blue eyed. He called cry a racist slur and yoed. Get away from white truck. Suddenly one of the men from the Jape punched Craig in the face knocking him to the ground. The driver of the Ford then straddled Craig and proceeded to hit him repeatedly around the head while casting and shouting racial abuse. The remaining passengers of the group's two vehicles watched on as the assailants spent the next three and a half minutes bathing. Craig. Afterwards. He stalled crags mobile phone wallet and Wedding Ring Before Jumping back into the driver's sade of the Ford. As the JAPE. Drive away one of its passengers Yoda. What Pale? In response, the driver of the Ford raised his fist in the air and yelled back. What. Pale.
Stolen Moments With Harold Sherrick
"Recoup here on the imbalance history of rock and roll Marcus how you doing not bad. How about yourself today? Well I'm doing good but I'm a little nervous because we're trying something different. Today we're going to combine an episode of five favorites with a studio gas well, not in the studio on zoom? Resuming. With Harold Cherokee, he's got a great book called stolen moments. How many years Herald were in La is a seem to time I was born in La so in La for sixty three years. Only been back here for three years moved back here three years ago. where. Were you living before? While I was living in the San Fernando Valley in Sherman Oaks. Dan Is area that you. which is just just over the hill to Hollywood, which is about fifteen minutes from where I live great place to be mad that close you know was wonderful. As a kid growing up there, where did you live and how did you first start plugging into the whole strip in the scene and everything that was going on there? I was born in L. A. Downtown La but then as a kid. Moved to Glendale California which is just right. Next door. They're nice sleepy little town and I basically grew up there went to high school there the whole bit and was there up until like nine hundred ninety and that I but I moved to the valley when I got married a second time and Just. been there all my life and. I was well connected when I was a kid started going to concerts when I was twelve. I concert was the Beatles. Hollywood ball no. That was all I. I went to the last la which was August. Twenty nineteen, sixty six and that was the Beatles Esta left. Day before the last one, which was candlestick. But that was my first concert. That right in the second row air right there. Six dollars? Ticket dollars can you actually hear the Beatles because? I HAVE THEM IN DC and said, the girls were screaming so loud that she couldn't hear the Beatles from where she was sitting in the stadium Yakking you know here and there it wasn't obviously crystal clear. You did have screamed grounding out of most of the time, but you could hear your somewhat mind blown dude, that's all I wanNA say or I'll deal mind-blowing. Well, that'll be a great entry into rock and roll life for anyone. And Talk to us a little bit about the book you were taking pictures around the L. A. Seen for quite a number of years in have some stunning captures in this book in all, it was going to concerts as a kid I used to play around with little Brownie camera when I was nine and ten years old and so eventually when I was able to graduate up to actually getting a decent camera which was. Like nineteen, Seventy, eight, seventy, nine, eighty at one. I really started pushing myself into the into the scene as best I could. It's all proven yourself in the beginning paying your dues you know you're not getting paid when you start out, it wasn't the solely for the money was the for the love of the whole thing. I always had a visual of capturing a great moment. You know whether it was in concert or meeting. Somebody in a hotel room that's what I started doing. Did you build a black and white dark room in your house? My father had a black and white dark room. Yeah. I didn't my house. I had a friend that helped me out a lot a couple of friends that end our rooms and I would bring my films as soon as I shot it the next morning I was there almost at the crack of dawn. We gotta get this process you know right away. That's awesome. You know would do the proof sheets and then big out of print I'd have sometimes I'd have to send something out right away most of the time in the beginning, it was just doing it and getting it done. So I could actually look at what I shot. That's all part of the beginning anyway trial and error is how you learn from a day to day thing you know 'cause I'm self taught I didn't go to school for it and I just I always wanted to do that. You know just take pictures because my father. Was, a newspaper man you were for hearst for the Herald, examiner in La A., and that's how I of got into it. When I was a kid was he would always take me down to the office I used to look at all the photos and the photo room with saga offers, and then I go to the pressroom and watch the paper roll off the presses at night with the greatest greatest experience you know the newspaper game sets how I got into want shoot black and white for falls. What was the first concert? You Shot Elvis Presley Whoa. Seventy six year before he died he he never he didn't come to L. A. and seventy-six closes. He came Long Beach Arena and I had tickets through a friend who is very well connected into Elvis and getting good tickets. So we had some really good seats and that time I think I'd be twenty five bucks to see John a few pictures. They didn't really come out that well. So that's why nothing has really been seen on that because I nothing came out that good at all.
Georgia man fleeing deputies leaves behind winning lottery ticket
"Sheriff's deputies, but he left more than just The heat behind the sheriff's office in Cherokee County, Georgia, says When the man fled deputies he abandoned his winning lottery ticket. $100 scratch off was left when the suspect dashed into the woods after the vehicle in which he was riding was pulled over for a traffic stop to try to lure him into turning himself in. Authorities went online to congratulate him on his lottery victory. Even invited him to the station to come pick up his ticket. The suspect, who was not identified, did not take the bait, but he was later taken into custody. They tried
"cherokee" Discussed on Let's Get Civical
"Whose independence and rights to its land had been guaranteed in treaties with United States government. So we have like ten years later group guys coming around being like. You guys are entreaties. You know that right like. I think you should. Sort of like push back on this in the treaty they they ready Richmond's yeah. You're in the. I think on the parchment. Let me give you. Let me give you some of us in an effort to stop missionaries. The state in eighteen thirty passed an act that forbade quote white persons from living on Cherokee lands unless they obtained a license from the governor of Georgia and swore an oath of loyalty to the States I see why this is happening when you start going after the white people and telling the white people what they should be doing. That's when you get success my friends 'cause the white people do not like being told what to do and how. In New York. So that was the big mistake that's made by Georgia. They tried to tell those people that they couldn't go on these lands and they're like. WHO'S Just drive me trying trolley. Worchester and the other missionaries had been invited by the Cherokee and were serving as missionaries under the authority of the US federal government. They did not however have a license from Georgia, nor did they swear a loyalty oath to that state? Georgia state authorities arrested worchester and several other missionaries.
Atlanta driver runs from traffic stop - and leaves winning lotto ticket and meth, Cherokee cops say
"Could come into some money when he's released from the Cherokee County Jail. We love from the claiming that will basically leave to another charge Captain J. Baker with the Cherokee County It's office tells me he dealt that Sean Jones will come to claim the $100 lottery ticket he left behind when he ran from a car during a traffic stop. So what's gonna happen to that ticket then it probably is the first out of winning lottery will have been put into evidence are not exactly sure what the protocol is for that, but we'll see, but it's definitely in his name. It's in our evidence Locker. If you know it wouldn't if he bonds that will least giving lot of Jennifer
Historian Jessica Krug Admits to Posing As a Black Woman
"Crew. She's a professor at George Washington University revealed she'd been lying about being black for years. She will no longer be teaching classes this semester a spokesperson for Gw you did not comment further requests not been returned for CNN the message from the Gw, you administration comes just one day after crew is a professor of African and Latin American Studies revealed. She was not a black woman that she had been passing herself off as for years instead she revealed she's white Jewish from Kansas. City and throughout her adult life there she goes Krug had masqueraded as North African African, American, and Caribbean rooted Bronx blackness. was onto her ass years ago Roseanne Barr. She knew Oh. Yeah. That's right. Didn't know. Little yardstick. But how bad is racism in this country where half the people are trying to pass themselves. As. The hated race or not have to build. Those Cases of people trying to become a race that we allegedly hate and that doesn't seem. Not a great strategy. If in fact we are who we say we are well, it was funny because like I said August was the first person to send me this article and I got many after that and he made some joke like Oh must be a friend of Gina's well I said I it's not that big of a community. In Kansas City, I promise you I know someone who knows her psych I text, my best friend, my oldest friend from Kansas City and I said what's the deal that the name sounds familiar? Do We know her? Yes, she went to our synagogue she's so and so's niece She was a few years behind us to sit in front of us at snuggle. while. You Go. It's a small town in Kansas City. Now was she doing this in order to get a break I mean to get on the staff or to be able to teach these subjects credibly other thing too is kind of weird. It's like. I can listen to a guy speak about the civil war who didn't participate in the civil war needed to be reacting I'm old fashioned that way like I just feel like you can talk about Black Studies Chicano Studies. You may speak about that like you speak about any subject yes. Right. We're all you got CAESARIA coming on soon but like some of The best analysis about sports football regular are not from guys who played the game. You know what? I mean the best hitting coach Ted, Williams, the marginal hitting coach. You know what? I mean because it came. So naturally to him, I is the person who's studied it and really understand the science of hitting and that's why booger McFarland doesn't have a job. Exactly. Right I. Think you're right like. Is it the chicken or the egg? I would be shocked I mean, that would be a way bigger story if she felt like soul man like had to become this person to get this job than it would be like this undercover story and it would be totally different. This seems from just just a few paragraphs that this is she wanted to identify an Oh, I, would get a job doing this and she said I'm not a culture vulture I'm a culture leach. This kind of her may call. Yeah. Well. But if you think about it, if we live in a world where we're really getting granular about people's heritage and it turns out that you're kids got a better shot at getting into a better college if they have a little native American blood in them or little Hispanic or little something, it makes sense. A lot of people are going to be checking that box when they're filling stuff out like there's going to be. We are giving people in that. Arena that the college campus if we're saying. We are going to lower the admittance standards. If in fact you have a little this in your heritage. And your heritage or we may be hiring, but we're looking for somebody with this and their background and not that in the background. It stands to reason that a lot of people especially in the murky world of heritage are going to start fudging things right? Why? Why wouldn't you? I mean, what's so different about Laurie Lachlan out mean it's like going. Past. Kid off like half Cherokee Indian or something she probably would have would have done that. So I think we're going to see probably more of this. Well, she's no Elizabeth Warren.
The 'Keep Nine' Amendment
"A little idea of exactly what your organization keep. Nine. Is it? Nine is a bipartisan organization that is working to persuade Congress to propose what would be the 28th amendment to the United States Constitution That would say the Supreme Court of the United States is nine justices. Be the shortest amendment in the Constitution, and it would prevent the idea that some people are talking about which is to APAC. The Supreme Court the Supreme Court, is it our most important institution? The United States Constitution is an amazing document, and it creates a balance between the executive legislative and judicial branches. And the Supreme Court is the branch that has been called on time and again to resolve disputes between the executive branch and the legislative branch and to resolve issues that otherwise might Tear the country apart. So it's a critical institution for the survival of American democracy. And the most important element of the Supreme Court is that it is independent. It can't be controlled by the president. It can't be controlled by Congress. And throughout our history. There have been people in the presidency and in Congress that I wanted to destroy the independence of the court. And it may be the most important issue of this election. Whether or not this election results in the election of folks Who want to preserve the independence of the Supreme Court for the election of the folks who want to destroy it. Now the president Any president has no control over the Supreme Court, but it can have a lot of influence because let's face it. President Trump has two picks to the Supreme Court already and Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh. There's still two picks from President Obama's era. There's two from the George W. Bush era on there, There's two from the Clinton era on there and one remaining one from the George H. W. Bush era. So let's just Those ugh that if President Trump is reelected, he could get possibly two, maybe three more Supreme Court justice opportunities coming up here, with Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Clarence Thomas, both rumored to be considering retirement. I think Stephen Breyer as well somewhere down the line, but in the next few years, so that proves the importance of the Supreme Court and how much influence we could have for 50 years going forward from the Trump Eric. Correct, Absolutely. But there's an even more fundamental issue more than 100 years, the Supreme Court In an independent institution. Congress has not changed its size. But if after this election we end up with Ah, somebody that wants to pack the Supreme Court. We could end up with not just the names of people on the Supreme Court changing but the nature of the Supreme Court. If the Supreme Court became a political football between the two parties, with one party packing it when they were in charge and another party packing and when they were in charge, we would lose one of the most important institutions in the country. And that independence is mohr important, then who is appointed and we're very fortunate right now, in that both candidates appear to say that they don't want a packed court. Trump is attack court packing. And Biden said, I don't want a packed court either. But the problem is that there's some people on the Biden a team, including Kamala Harris, who said in the past that they like the idea of court packing and the Democratic Party platform. Includes language that says they favor court restructuring. And Senator Chuck Schumer has said that he might restructure the court if the court doesn't rule in ways that he likes. So there's a threat out there. And our appeal is two candidates in both parties who say that they don't want to pack the court to endorse the Keep Nine Amendment so that we are permanently protected against efforts to pack the court. And we think that's a critical issue that voters ought to care about because it will show what kind of governance we're gonna have over the next four years. If we have people who support to keep nine Amendment, we can rest assured that the court is not going to be packed. But if we have people who won't support to keep nine Amendment, we've gotta worry and so candidates for Congress candidates for the president. We think we ought to be asked. Do you support to keep nine Amendment because if they would pack it like you mentioned that would lead to political chaos The Supreme Court is always seen is at the institution that is more rational and steady and less fashionable, right and throughout our history, the biggest beneficiary of an independent Supreme Court are minorities because it's the Supreme Court that protects the unpopular rights of minorities. Every once in a while, you get a wave in Congress, so we got to do something. People say Well, it could affect minorities and sometimes in Congress. They don't care and the classic example of the Supreme Court standing up for minorities was almost 200 years ago, when Andrew Jackson decided that he was going to see the land of the Cherokee Indians and deport them all. The Oklahoma and the Supreme Court stood up and said, it's wrong. Unfortunately, at that time, Andrew Jackson said, Well, how many regiments does the Supreme Court have and ignored their ruling? Now? That wouldn't happen today, The Supreme Court has enough power to resist that kind of defiance. But if a president could say, Well, I don't like your decision. I'm going to pack the Supreme Court put my own people on the rights of minorities would be AH, gravely at risk. There were other presidents in the past have threatened to stack the Supreme Court as well. Back in the early 19 hundreds correct right. The most recent memory was Franklin Roosevelt in 1937. He had just won an overwhelming victory in 1936. Hey, had overwhelming majorities in both houses of Congress. And so he decided that he was going to use that opportunity to put some of his allies on the Supreme Court because at the time they were ruling against some of the legislative proposals that he had made and what he didn't expect was a outpouring of public opposition in both parties. And it basically destroyed his ruling coalition in his second term, and our message to both parties is don't go too far proposed your policies past them in Congress, but preserve the independence of the Supreme Court. Because if you try to upset that you're risking all the other items in your agenda. How did they come to nine as the final number in the Supreme Court? Well, it's very interesting history for the first almost 90 years of American history. The Supreme Court was, in fact, a political football and the Republican majority after the civil War was stuck with a Supreme Court that had been appointed by pro slavery president prior to the civil war, And so they basically was a naked power grab. They expanded the size of the court put their own people on. And you can argue that that may have been the right strategy after after a civil war, but very soon thereafter, the tradition grew At the Supreme Court ought to be independent was a tradition honored by both parties after 18 69 and people thought, you know people would honor tradition and in 1937. When FDR said, I'm going to pack the court, it was a great shock to people Now. It's interesting that FDR also broke another long standing tradition in American politics. He ran for a third term, and there had been a tradition ever since the founding of the republic that presidents only ran for two terms. And what happened in that case was, there was a public outcry and the 22nd amendment to the Constitution, which limits presidents to two terms was a response to Roosevelt's running for a third term. And our view is that just as the 22nd amendment put into the Constitution, a longstanding tradition, a new 28th amendment that says the Supreme Court of United States should be nine justices is the right way together. NT the independence of the Supreme Court for the future and is keep nine dot org website the best place for people to go to either support your idea for an amendment or just get more information. Absolutely. And if you go to that website, you'll see an E mail address where you can email us with specific questions or if you want to get involved in this effort. We're hoping that in the next two months, an army of citizens will AH demand that candidate for Congress for Senate and for the White House will answer the very simple question. Do you support to keep Nine Amendment? To keep the Supreme Court at nine justices and by the way, our hero on this issue was Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who has said she opposes court packing and she thinks nine is a good number for the Supreme Court. Roman Bueller, executive director director of of Keep Keep Nine Nine I I really really Appreciate Appreciate you you joining joining us us in in the the lending lending your your voice voice to to the the Voice Voice of of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh today. today. Well, Well, thank thank you you so so much. much. I I really really
Harris mentions Indigenous people in DNC speech
"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez. The Keystone Excel pipeline hit a snag earlier this year when it's water crossing permit from the US, Army Corps of Engineers was vacated by federal judge the core ask the US Supreme Court to lift that order but the high court declined the fast track permit was a problem because it did not require extensive environmental review. Now, TC energy has applied to the core as well as the fish and Wildlife Service for permits that will undergo public scrutiny Victoria. Wicks has more Transcanada or TC. Energy has applied for permits the keystone xl pipeline under the Clean Water Act t C. as requesting those permits from the US Army Corps of Engineers and from state regulatory. Agencies in South Dakota Montana and Nebraska TC has also applied to the US fish and Wildlife Service for what's called an incidental take permit under the Endangered Species Act that allows the pipeline company to harm or destroy endangered or threatened species. If the destruction is incidental to the construction operation and maintenance of the Keystone Excel pipeline the species at issue is the American burying beetle in tripp county in South Dakota and four counties in Nebraska. The other permit application to the corps of Engineers allows the pipeline to cross more than seven hundred locations that would affect wetlands and water bodies in its public announcement. The court says it will balance the benefit of the pipeline against reasonably foreseeable harm the application to. The core covers clean water act requirements under section four, zero four. Another section for a one is regulated by states, Montana is holding its own hearings but South Dakota's Nebraska's are incorporated with the federal process deadline for public comment efficient wildlife is September sixteenth and deadline to the course September thirteenth the course says, after receiving comments, it will conduct public hearings and issue its findings later for national native news I'm Victoria wicks in rapid city south. Dakota Senator Kamala Harris accepted the Democratic Party nomination for Vice President Wednesday night and her speech to the. Democratic. National Convention Harris Mentioned Indigenous People twice once when talking about how cove in nineteen has disproportionately impacted people of Color and when talking about unity. With the Joe Biden. Presidential. Administration this week the DNC native American caucus has been rallying around the party's ticket touting the candidates knowledge of Indian country issues among backers or native American congresswomen, deb Holland, and cherise. David's here's David's speaking at an event earlier this week saying the upcoming election depends on putting people in office who are strong partners for native communities be heard it already, this is going to start with as electing vice president, Joe Biden until the White House and I know when elected vice president going to continue his commitment he's already been demonstrating it during his campaign, his Minton, the communities and I know he's going to ensure that the federal government upholds promises and obligations. Treaty. Treaty, obligations to Indian country in that native voices are going to be at the table they're to be. Heard in the ice levels of our government and. That's right now native participants of the Convention have discussed a number of Indian country issues from climate change to youth empowerment, messing and murdered indigenous people cove nineteen and the native vote. Thursday's the final day of the Convention, the native American Caucus will me and bite him. We'll take the stage to deliver a speech. The Cherokee nation has lost a treasured linguist among contributions. Durban feeling wrote the Cherokee. Dictionary. Helped get Cherokee syllabi on smartphones and developed language teaching materials feeling passed away this week at age seventy four. I'm Antonio, Gonzalez.
"cherokee" Discussed on Just Between Us
"Listen to the podcast slam. It is anywhere. We're folks listening to podcasts. That gas and it's very well done and wonderful. Thank you stick around after the break. We'll be talking about what we're grateful for. But not the context of Thanksgiving Welcome back to just between us. It's Tom for topics. XXXXX six x x rex despite the controversial holiday thanksgiving. I think that one thing that comes out of it is it gives you a reason to think about gratitude and to look into your life and see what you can feel grateful for. Yeah I mean some people make it a point to do that every day like with gratitude journals journals and stuff. You prefer that to Thanksgiving but yeah absolutely like that's when you apologize to people. I'm like Polish is any day okay. Yeah but It is a good idea to talk about what we are grateful for so grateful for. Allison I guess his started off and just this be super cheesy. I'm very grateful for Jake. Oh are you going to tell him that on Thanksgiving. Are you going to whisper in his ear. I'm I'm grateful for actually tried to do that a lot. I feel that's what I do it all the time. Yeah like he'll do he'll just like wash the dishes and in my head I'm like Oh that's that's so nice and then I debate whether or not to text him to thank him for washing the dishes and I'm like why not send the text you should like. I'd rather like just get in the habit of always saying thank you for being appreciative. Because if you as soon as you stop sending those texts and you get out of the habit and suddenly even the bigger things they're doing you're not acknowledging like like. I think it's so important to always be like. I see what you're doing and I appreciate it so much. Nobody's ever mad to receive a thank. You Techs right I I also love to send a thank you plant or flowers or oh that's nice but I so I'm grateful for I am grateful all all the time that my family didn't even bat an eyelash at the gay stuff. They never tried to make me feel like I was weird or bad or you know it could have gone so many whereas I mean you're just you're just born into the family. You're born into in that regard like by luck. They could've kicked me out. They could be like weird about my partner like all these kinds of things. I'm just really grateful. Well that I never had to deal with a lot of kids have to deal with. Yeah I feel that exact same way about my parents and mental health that they were so hands on and that they they it made me feel so loved and they never made me feel bad for going through the struggles that I went through. I mean I've said it a million times I wouldn't be alive without them. Yeah and I. I'm just grateful that I like hanging out with them right. You know that like they're my friends that like it's not like I would call my mom. I'm like Oh gotTA call my mom. They've got a chat about and because I've been thinking you know as you get older. Your families like friends coming. Go like whatever co workers come Mingo but like your family is like always your family and so. I'm so grateful that I get to actually enjoy them. Yeah I mean I think for some people family isn't always your family. I think for some people they don't like it is. It is just lucky absolutely and like I think we both Kinda got lucky in that in that regard like you know. I'm grateful that my dad dad sober now. I'm grateful that I mean I'm grateful that he sober. I could stand les memes about Sobriety Graham but I am happy that he is so I'm happy. My Dad's retiring this year. Oh he is. I'm so grateful for it for many reasons one. He worked so hard and is so stressed rest and like needs a break. And I'm just excited to have my dead without work like it's GonNa be a whole different person. I can't wait. Oh I mean is he gonNA to get into some hobbies oh he has a list of ten hobbies but like when we're on vacation he won't have to do the hobbies like he will like like my entire life he's been so president and so valuable in there. There's always work. It's always like he always had to check his email and to make the call handling. We're on vacation. He's gotTa go do a whole whole contract you know. There's always like hanging over us and I'm so grateful now for this next stage in his life where he can just be like fully present. So I mean I I am grateful for like you know like not being sick like Maya grateful for your health grateful for my health I we to. I'm grateful that that I'm like go have been able to get help for mental illness stuff that I like have the means to do that. uh-huh that like I've been able to just spend any money I have coming in on. Various mental are just hopefully hopefully GonNa fix this whole situation and lake. I'm I'm grateful that have an apartment. I'm grateful for my dog. Yes I'm grateful for my dog like she's look is she like the dog. I would pick out if I had to like make a dog on a computer. No but she's a great dog. I just beans is just so loving and like I like I just the unconditional love of is so wonderful and sweet and like thank God for dogs. We don't deserve them. You know I love dogs. I'm so appreciative. Dogs appreciative that sugar. It's just like easy. Like I can. Just bring bring her places and she can just hang out. Yeah the sound necessarilly. Unconditional love. But like. She's around yeah. I can't imagine coming home and not having a dog. It'd be so quiet like like the few times that's happened because either like she's at the groomer she you know I don't know where she is. Yeah but like it's such a bummer. Yeah what else. I'm grateful that my sister and I have a relationship. I think me too like when we were younger. We we did not and the fact that we have one now is is really great. And I'm I'm grateful for it and I'm grateful that she gave me my two nieces. Oh babies yeah I'm Gr- I'm grateful for Cheyenne and my relationship now to really I really was not seemed like it was there for a while. But we've really come back around I. I'm grateful for like the ability that I have to like want to do my dreams. Oh yeah like to to have ambition ovation and follow through. Yeah and and for like my weird personality and all the things that I I guess all the things that I thought were negatives it was like being kind of weird allowed or whatever. I'm grateful that they've I never shut them down. I never succumb to you. Any desire to like be something different confidence. I'm grateful for confidence. I feel that way too. I feel like that's been new. Yeah Yeah Yeah like. I look at like early twenties people and I'm like Oh man you're not even a person yet right to say but it took me so long to like become the person who felt confident like comfortable in the world and that's not all the time but it's enough of the time that it's such a relief compared to growing up. Oh my God. I'm so grateful in my thirties. I'm grateful to be in my thirty. Say That oh please. I'm grateful outlook. I take twenty eight but I'm grateful to no longer a teenager. A young adult. No it's so I mean. Look if you're listening to this and you're that age and you feel good about it then feel good about it but let me tell you hit thirty one. It's great just knowing that like you can change so much. I'm I'm grateful for how much I changed. And I'm grateful to know that I can continue to change I'm also grateful about the mental health advocacy. I've been able to do and the fact that like even though I wanted to just sort of be a scripted writer. Later I've kind of gone on this journey that lets me talk a lot about my own experiences. And I'm I'm grateful that like they've been like well received and be like I think maybe like helped people be more comfortable in their own experience. Oh the ability to help people is such a gift. Oh yeah the gratitude to to to helping people and to you having people having a platform where people are coming to you to seek help. That's like the coolest. Yeah I was. Listen you podcast. Where women had like a stroke or something when she was like maybe in her forties and she was like what have I done with my life? I haven't done anything with my life. which obviously it wasn't true but it was her point of view? Yeah and I was like I feel like I have done something. That's my life. You know maybe not like on the scale of other people but like I have helped at least one person go to therapy. I've helped at least five people get on meds like yeah and that is like so cool so satisfying and I'm so grateful for it. Yeah because because I think a lot of people are wake up and they're kind of like how. How can I help other people? What can I do to help other people and we were sort of gifted this platform where we're able to do that? Same thing with with clearness is like I was so ashamed of this thing. And I'm so grateful that I grew out of being ashamed and able to like beyond this show helping people I'm grateful for great content. I love podcast I love TV. I love books. He no like love a good tick talk. Talk no are hilarious. I guess I liked take talks. I love memes like I love enjoying content and like storytelling telling and being able to escape into another world like I love that we have that and and part of that makes what we do feel more valuable because yeah. We're not like doctors but people need to read. They need to watch things they enjoy and laugh. I'm so grateful for all of the creators artists who have given me that content. I'm grateful for the people in our government who are doing the right thing the Congress people are the people who are Fighting leading the good fight every day or like or not even in government but just activists or like any people that are like on the front lines trying to fight for health care or you know trying to fight for LGBTQ rights are trying to fight for student debt forgiveness like the people that have dedicated their lives to these kinds of things to chew ending the Prison Industrial Complex to decriminalizing legalizing marijuana. Like all these things you know that are just like doc seem like uphill battles that people that have the strength to fight it. I think are Gifts yeah and I'm grateful for the youth that's fighting back. Oh Yeah thank you. Yeah like truly and like and like I mean it just seems right obviously like if you're a gun control activist you're up against the NRA which is like such a big a big mammoth. It seems like you'll never like a Goliath that you you know but but you go out there and you try to do what's right and like I just grateful for that. I'm grateful for antidepressants for the strides. We've made in medicine as opposed to just like a lobotomy and some lithium. Yeah totally what else I feel like. I'm grateful for ice scream. Yeah sweet treats I mean also Like I'm grateful that we live in in l. a..
"cherokee" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch
"The kids gone. Get to find out. Do some reporting work. I mean. Isn't it fair to at least wonder under if the situation with Andrew is so bad that even a master of dark arts can't spin it in a somewhat positive direction. How bad could it be if a PR our expert specializing scandal? Says I. I'm hitting fucking bricks Outta here so get ready back down the hatches now. Here's an interesting thing that I got to say. You know this morning when the other story broke I got neo. Gumbel on the on the email telling me this California family but papa this murder here like I said what he what and what. Are you talking about what happened when I had put the incident on haven't even looked at my phone. I just put my laptop went to my email so then I read and I saw I saw shit look at this story but like so many stories I read whenever the details have been neatly figured figured out already. You got so many people in these cars that were shot up and killed children mothers you name it and the information was gotten so oh quickly names histories where they live. What they do so neat and tidy wasn't it we still don't know all the details from the God that Mass Ah shooter in Las Vegas? I mean not knowing all the details means we basically know that this guy was not who the saying he was is and they've got to do a lot of backtracking and hiding in role playing to figure out how to sell this Salami Sandwich to everybody. But for God's sake sake I'm looking at this story this morning and I'm going no. This is too neat already. It's too neat. Like jussie. smollet was too neat. The Sandwich the subway that the time they angled the people the things they said the news is too many perfect is. This is another one of those stores. So that's what I'm saying this morning. Is that read about this. Is Ashley Visa of innocent people. These this Mormon families getting shot up in the cars burning little little babies crying dying horrible and I was about to say I was riding in the in in my story for the con- for the podcast. Hey don't believe everything you hear. Here wait wait a couple of days things are GONNA come out. I'm hearing things that say a lot differently. That the but for trade the people in those cars a lot differently as I'm saying that it's already being reported it already happened was the biggest story that I thought. If you live down that way there are people know infinitely more than I think I know but bottom line is this. You know fundamentalist. Mormon communities in northern Mexico had been around since the eighteen eighties and they've been unaffiliated with any mainstream church so then these those communities which move to WanNa and Sonora to practice polygamy Datuk these Muslims. That's these Mormons. Do and polygamy was forbidden. Ridden by the Church of Jesus. Christ latter-day Saints so those communities were like stand up place they once you know once included people like Mitt. Romney's great-grandfather Miles Park Romney. You can feel the sticker possess but polygamy has since largely faded from all these communities Italy's but listen. The mainstream church has like one million members in Mexico. It's the church's largest population outside the United States. And this family. That's involved now and this is what I'm trying to get to the family that was involved in this in this shooting was starting to learn the Lebaron family in particular they've been and targeted by cartels in the past. That's been reported on a different different player. BBC had a big story about that and in two thousand nine. Eric Lebaron was kidnapped. NAPPED and the community refused to pay for his ransom in the hopes of preventing future kidnappings and he was eventually released months later. His brother Benjamin who publicly led the campaign for Eric's release. He was beaten to death. Twenty ten another family member Julia. Baron publishes an article in The Dallas Morning Star Star calling for Mexicans to stand up against organized crime now. Some people were saying this morning but it first came out that that The people that were killed were all members of a very notorious Mormon polygamist child molesting cult and I was told they are very well known by a lot of people living in Mexico and I think that's the answer we got when we started hearing about the Lebaron family. These are people some uh-huh say who are on the run from American prosecutions for child molestation and child endangerment and further. They allegedly have have very close ties to Mitt Romney. So we'll never know every inch of this story but And normal really ever tell. I'm sure but the leader of this group has eleven wives untold and some of those wives of fourteen to sixteen one is youngest bride is eleven eleven and he's not the only guy who does this the the women being described as those poor women in the trucks that we keep hearing innomax shot up and kill those those poor women and I'm not trying to be a cold asshole. I I don't WanNa see children anywhere near that kind of bullshit that's disgusting. I am not saying people deserve to die unless they were absolutely child molesters then yeah fucking frame up but with calling calling these women in the car who died port Portman if that's the case then what I'm hearing this truth and these women watched sixty five year old man have sex with eleven year old girls. Twelve year olds thirteen. Not Real Heroes over and over and over again and they allowed it to continue and the story. Does this family in some capacity started some kind of war with the cartel tell and when you start a war with the cartel you can hide behind leap person or country and usually the cartel does not shoot innocent people on purpose. That's not what they do. They're not like gangs. White gangs were black gangs in America that offer that jump in crime initiation bullshit wear yet younger kids to be in the game. I I got to kill Sabana. Make their bones. Then they're in the game. They don't do that with the cartel. It's not that way in Mexico this horrific crime and nobody wants to see kids. Doc let alone in such misery but there was a particular reason why the cartel opened up on these people so as I said earlier this morning I mean I'm working up the story and I'm saying watch closely you'RE GONNA learn that somebody's dad were bad people and few hours later. I'm on the treadmill listening to the Joe. Rogan talk to Artie Lang and it's already been reported and floated at some of these people were killed. Were indeed involved in the cult. Nazi the sex slave cult with whose leader is Keith. neary so listen the people who died. Possibly we're not angels and you know I had to end this podcast by saying and maybe we'll find out. I said when I was writing it. Maybe we'll find out and things shake out. We'll find out some really hard hidden even truths but they have a way of always coming to the surface. That's what I said and then I turn on the news and the rarity reporting that some of these people ties to Mexican. The whole point of this story is we've just got to be more careful. We listen to and you've got to develop that sense. Something as horrific as this massacre happened with so many people so many ages Saudi backgrounds jobs initiations where they're going what they organization they will all of it. It was solved in a manner of hours. It's like I said the guy shot everybody in Las Vegas for the Mandalay to a window. We still don't know so many things don't believe need those stories that come to a conclusion you know in in the span of from breakfast to lunch now he careful only gonNA get worse us. shoutouts alley Chichi train. My tippy top my cream of the crop Angela Dino Angelique Keller or performance Chris Lewis.
"cherokee" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch
"Is your podcast for November number six hundred nineteen boy about this morning making up to that story project very toss I. I was told last night bump. I'm I'm not the only person but Found that last night from some friends that that video is going to be coming out and that was a little bit. You know already acting okay. What's he gonNA say this time? These reports have been getting less important each time you know telling us to Jeff. Zucker is against trump. Wants to talk about impeachment. Only it's not a big shocker. Walker was getting tired of James. O'Keefe PROJECT VERITAS NOT WANNA get tired of him because I love that kind of journalism and Lo and behold this morning what a great story Oh so the. ABC News Anchor. Amy Rollback. WHO's she's only hanging around? They're making three hundred thousand dollars a year. This is not one of your five to ten ten million dollar anchors you pay. Is it great to know somebody. Only making three hundred thousand dollars is getting stories like that three years ago. Watch out in the future. I think this is going to help her. I don't think this is GonNa hurt her. One day I hope people are saying well. ABC's going to do something rash to her. That may be so because you know they're not gonNA chop off the head of somebody up at the top but I think he's got a great future of men thousand dollars a year for that's casino. She's GonNa pay big dividends for some network one day but she's caught on a hot Mike as you all know by now you know bitching about. ABC allegedly quashing her executive exclusive coverage on on Jeffrey Epstein and the whole sex scandal thing three years before it exploded so this clips of her you know on the Internet slamming. ABC News of course ABC News is slamming them slamming her. But you know the girls those pissed he's a reporter and she had a big story. She's had this story for three years. She had the interview with Virginia. Roberts shoe fray you know She was talking to somebody off camera but she was upset. She said she was told. We will not put this on the air and she was told. Who's Jeffrey Free Epstein? Nobody knows what that is stupid story so they just kept pushing her story away and You know it just goes to shell with these frigging networks role about not to mention. They had so many so much dirt shed so much information on Prince Andrew that when she brought to the attention of ABC she breasts. They totally so now. We don't want to lose out in an interview at the Royal Family. You know this is the way they think they want it to be Kate and will so bad bet that they're willing to squash the story in a major pedophile. It's disgusting and she was bitching about when I say bitch. She was complaining that look she had all the stuff stuff on Clinton in front of her. She had everything she said tried for three years to get along. TV nothing. Now it's all coming out and she's looking at all the reports talking about these these new revelations and she's pissed off because she added so obviously both Prince Andrew and Clinton denied any allegations. Gatien's having to do with Jeffrey Epstein But she ends this little off on this while she was on camera but the camera wasn't broadcasting casting but this she ends her little thing by saying do I think Epstein kill himself. Do I think he was killed. One hundred percent I do. He made his whole living blackmailing people. There are a a lot of men on those planes. A lot of men who visited that island a lot of powerful men who came into that apartment. Goddamn right I hope she goes on the now now I I want to write a book but it it would really hurt a career. She's on the UP. She's on the com- she's got to be careful. But boy this is a tremendous story and an even bigger story that project logic very task was able to get. I mean it's got to be something to work in these big institutions now and know that there's a number of people that could be wearing hidden cameras. Emma's talking to you and it sold. Its nerve wracking man. People get chopped up everywhere but The network so far as as is taking a look at rollback and basically said she had a private moment of frustration And she's just said look. I was upset at an interview an important interview. I had conductive Julia Roberts Tenere because we cannot obtain sufficient corroborating evidence to meet. ABC's editorial standards about her allegations my comments about Prince Andrew and her allegations that she'd seen Bill Clinton on Epsteins Rhode Island were in reference to what Virginia Roberts said not interview. I was referencing her allegations not not what. ABC News had verified through our reporting. Come on you know. It's so sad. It's so sad. They have to talk this way. She knows what she feels but she's got to save that job. She goes on to say the interview itself while I was disappointed it didn't air. It didn't meet US standards. So you think they brainwashed or she just doing what she's got to do to keep her job but in the years since no one ever told her or or her team she says no one told us to stop reporting on Jeffrey Epstein and we have continued to aggressively pursue. This important story. You mean you hit a brick rick woke if you had everything three years ago whereas the rest of your shit you just stopped reporting once you heard no once you know this story is done on you stop so you know. Let's tell the whole truth. Amy Robak even if it's going to mean that the ABC News. Mike gave manager. You would talk to Stop Waco. I mean on a much lower level when I was in the news there is sometimes mandates that came down not by more Zakim in the publisher but maybe one of his underlings or call publisher Fred drazen. who used to do all the dirty work and Fred would come into your office and tell you? Hey this has has to be done you know. Mark didn't like that. This happened in this column. In one of his friends is hurt. We gotta get back at page six. 'cause they not Moore's FRIEND WE GOTTA GET BACK At. You know that that happened. I told the story with Frederick came in my office and through a Vanity Fair. My desk he should read the story on Tommy Mottola. All right he said and then I want you to reverse it and you call them let everybody know the Vanity Fair has run by a bunch of fucking monkeys and Matale is not anything they say. Is that just hunting. Buddy is rich. Hunting buddy up in Milford New York so you do that for the call publisher of the paper but never did my people tell me. Don't report on ninety more than we were told to stop reporting but The network is issuing the same bullshit at the time. Not all of our reporting reporting men are standards to air. But we've never stopped investigating story ever since we've had a team on this investigation and substantial resources dedicated to would that work has led to a two documentary six part podcast of land the New Year. Oh Bullshit love this part. You know when when Amy Robot I was frustrated at my interview of Jimmy Giuffre didn't have sufficient corroborating evidence. Come on wherever we wherever we heard this before. Sounds an awful lot like what NBC. Boston told Ronin Sinatra when he had the Weinstein story written and suddenly you know what it's just not it doesn't make sense. It's a little thin. After after a few visits from Harvey Weinstein. It's hard pressure phone calls. You know it's it's just it's heartening to we know that great journalism can be conducted. And just snuffed out like that. ABC ABC's the same place. They talk about standards. It's the same place that aired the accusations from Julie Sweat Nick Against Sprint capital. So we're the standards then and now. Oh you know not to get too political here but now you know now the libs what now. You're against investigating corruption. I don't stand. They keep telling us every family every water cooler in America. Just can't just can't stop talking about the explosive bombshell testimony transcripts of the Ukraine recall. What bullshit no one cares about that anymore but these these idiots wants to think that that's still something we're thinking about? We're not but but here's what the media should be talking about. Get this let this sink in. There was a child sex ring involving some of the most influential people in the fucking world the media not only sat on it. They attacked anyone who spoke up about this upstate thing. Obviously we know could literally bring down. Oh my God. High Profile. Numerous high-profile key players in DC. Maybe New York maybe beyond yet here we are talking about bullshit. Impeachment of Donald Trump for doing exactly what Biden did a couple years prior enough of that Shit but listen. It's not hard to see that Virginia. Jofre has she's got serious darnall Prince Andrew and because of that Andrew and his team got more and more pathetically creative it how they're trying to downplay his involvement with Jeffrey Epstein. They tried all different defenses. Nothing's is working. They tried to say that only starts in that time in two thousand ten after is released from jail to break up with him in person he didn't want to Dostam and I did a podcast on that. You Know Andrew such a good guy just take take a plane down there and go talk to them and let them know how you feel. You can't all be as his buddy his pal come on and then and then last month I told you. Prince Andrew had hired a spin doctor a big specialist to help him repairs Pairs reputation and give a big spit shine on his. RIA is rehabilitated. Image guys ninth because Jason Stein. He's known to be a PR PR master of Dark Arts. So we all waited last month with this guy going to do what you gonNA shoot down well. Jason Stein has apparently quit the position. Shen after less than a month you know he has a new job now and his friends are telling the media that Let's he wants nothing to do with talking about the Roth. The family doesn't want to talk about the strategies put followed by Prince Andrew's team. But you know usually when this happened somebody says Oh my God this discuss fucking cooked. I don't WanNa sit here and have to protect this idiot. I gotta looking you know sits embarrassing Andrews relationship relationship with a dead. Maybe murdered if you think like I think a dead murdered sex trafficker has been under scrutiny for so long now and now he loses a member of his crisis. Management Team has been dr a month less than a month after the guy was hired. And it's not on on the front page anywhere. Should we be curious about that. Why isn't a journalist? 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"cherokee" Discussed on What'sHerName
"Caused a great deal bitterness in the Cherokee nation and the removal money was held in southern bikes so they had to primary reasons one they'd been betrayed by the U._S.. Government and to the southern banks situation they had two reasons really to side with south and a small group of Cherokees also on slaves but those. Those factors calls the Cherokee nation I to side with the with the north and then side with south is saints implications of of the betrayal of bad Lincoln and other things became clear and so and the other southeastern tribes who'd been removed at saint.
"cherokee" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Cherokee for site county is in effect until two forty five military, just a moment here's Veronica Harare the traffic and that crash to eighty five northbound the inner loop just past voted road exit thirteen clearing out of a right lane off to the right but still you're. Heavy delays because the beginning to reign over on the west side perimeter to eighty five northbound and southbound elsewhere, also that vehicle fire seventy five southbound highway five to sixty seven all gone but watching delays actually in both directions seventy five northbound and southbound between Delk road and also beer Parkway Georgia four hundred southbound just before eighty five a crash taking out, the second right lane delays start before. Abernathy and filling, in already downtown connector seventy. Five eighty five northbound southbound between I twenty and, seventeenth street, and Veronica around WSB Office Kirk knowledge Forecast for today hazy and humid with another shower thunderstorm seventy percent likely high, around eighty four low seventy, tomorrow mostly cloudy, a, shower thunder showers seventy percent likely. High eighty one low. Sixty nine, Thursday mostly cloudy a shower thunderstorm seventy percent likely high seventy eight low sixty eight and it is eighty degrees. Two thirty five I'm Chris channel news ninety five five AM seven fifty WSB depend on and here the things I've gone through the stack here and these are the things that I really want to try to get to at least mention before, the program So you, use the headlines and I, gotta do a, couple, of things back to the phones. We'll see if we, get some, of these in the first is from townhall liberals called Trump mentally unfit now they're being treated for, Trump anxiety. Disorder this is about a story that therapists all over this country are busier than ever clients are coming in saying they literally have Trump anxiety disorder they're having trouble functioning is it the same people who said that Trump was mentally unfit In.
"cherokee" Discussed on Sidedoor
"This is II door podcast from Smithsonian would support from PR ex. I'm Tony Kahn. He sealed as my Cherokee name. Zeal into my grandmother. We don't know what it means. My grandma passed away before you could tell me what it means sorta log along the lines of you don't give too much information to child. Where do you live? I leave at such and such talk to a stranger. This is owns, oh, and nobody's home today. And then they come into stuff. Robert Louis or easy L is a master storyteller for the Cherokee nation. And back in twenty fifteen. He was named a Cherokee national treasure which celebrates people who revive in preserve Cherokee culture. Only ninety four people have received that honor for me. It's a wonderful opportunity. I do not know eventually talking about rabbits, birds squirrels get you on a plane to L A and all these different places. But it did happen Robert's men's days telling stories to audiences across the country. But when he was younger, Robert's classmates might have voted him the unlikeliest person to be a professional public speaker than I was the shy person in my class. From the time. I was in kindergarten until a senior in high school. I ended up breaking out of it when I went to college to get our. Degree, realized nothing was going to change. I decided to change. It saw begins to physically and emotionally push myself out there and put myself out there Roberts degree and newfound confidence eventually led him to the Cherokee heritage center in tala Oklahoma, where he worked as a tour guide. One time I had a group of children coming and they had to wait for a and they're getting restless. So to calm down told the story. I told him actually Navajo story. My dad told me as child when a Finnish somebody from the museum cellmate came, I said, I didn't know your storyteller. I said, I know a couple said, good job said, do good raise. No, you don't good job because it's a museum. They don't make any money. So we goes by and somebody comes to me, and my boss gave me a piece of read. It said, come to check your hair senator about your history, your culture chair keys take attor danger village and talk to rubber Lewis storyteller added that in there and said, you better go get us for more stories. I started going stories from elders from anybody could find story. And now I've got a hundred stories inside my head. Think about that a hundred stories in his head. They're not written down and they're never performed the same way twice. I can't even remember the fourth digit of pi. Storytelling is an important part of Cherokee culture. And as we'll hear inside these stories are important lessons passed down throughout the ages there Billy mini time. Capsules preserved only memory. So this week we visited the national museum of the American Indians Cherokee days festival to hear Robert Louis live and learn what stories can tell us about Cherokee culture and their history. We asked Robert dig into his trove of tales and pick just to share with us. Both of them happened to be about a sneaky. Trickster a creature called G G Stu means rabbit. So get ready to meet his legendary lag, amorphous troublemaker right after quick rate. This myth Sonian national museum of the American Indian Robert Louis is a total celebrity the museums put on the annual Turkey days festivals twenty fourteen and this year the asked Robert Louis to headline quite boys. You wanna tell you. China, different language Gooden tug scene. And I mean if your goals to get people excited about Cherokee and native American culture, Robert is the obvious choice. His stories introduced people to Cherokee culture and the challenge how people think about Cherokees and other native Americans, which means you confronts native American stereotypes stoke, no smile. I laugh all the time. Natives are extremely funny. They laugh about everything in Robert lives. This truth, the skin around his is is permanently crinkled because he's smiling all the time, and you can tell he loves to laugh and a quick, Robert totally reminds me of Robin Williams. He's got the humor, the character voices, the personality, but I digress through laughter. Robert Louis navigates the really complicated spaces of identity and race with impressive, comedic timing. Here's a story. He told about his job as a tour guide which he performed at the most recent Cherokees festival. I said, your exits different. Where are you from from Poland. I said, really? Well, how do you say Hello and polish? You say, chase, oh, I can do that one like chasing an animal. How would you say, how are you? You said juncture mosh say, oh, I can do that one. He said, you're Goodwin languages. I said, thank you. He said, I would teach you phrase. I'm gonna teach everybody here frees everybody say, gee. Yet SCO polio. I wrote at around sign my tongue, and I looked at him and said, what did I say? You said, I will not scou- today. I looked at him. I said, I can't tell polish, people won't scalp today, lose my job man. No, be funny. You'd be funny and he leaves and he's gone. Three months go by bus, pulls up to the museum. Director museum comes running out comes right to me. Robert. We have unexpected. Turt- just showed up. I know they're not on our schedule where they from there from Poland, really. You say, would you show them around us a sure. So walk straight up to all of them. I said, chase knew it. I said, Yok Shimon new it whole. Then I said, forgive me. But one of your countrymen told me to greet you like this China Esca Esco and they went, whoa, quickly took all these pictures, sit them to the museum director coma down, explain this photograph, why did it says he will not scout us today? Like a lot of community performers, Robert thrives when you can tell his audience and push them to the edge of their comfort zone, but always loves to make people laugh when we he does by physically involving the crowd and his stories, especially kids, and there's one more unique thing Robert does as a storyteller. And when I get ready for a session people, could you have a list of what you're going to store you gonna tell. I have no idea what I'm going to say. A poor people out in start talking in the story start flowing out and it works out a whole lot better. A child will look at me dressed in something that looks like a story about. Turtle thrown during outside. I'll tell the story about thunder. See, somebody looks like a friend of mine used to run for funny, not tell the story about or something I wrote bird runs funny. So we invited Robert Zuhdi. Oh, Tecom. Tell us Turkey stories. I had no idea what to expect. This is pretty much all I was able to get out of him before the stories started one hundred stories that are in your headed any given time at any given time. Are there any common themes or characters that you find emerging? There's a trickster rabbit amongst Cherokees, Coyote amongst Navajos, and there's always something who gets in trouble has to figure out some way to get out of it and learning aspect to it. Okay. So Robert, I'd love for you to tell us a story, and I wanna remind the audience that I have no idea what store you're going to tell. Okay. Do you have an idea of what's. Oh, you're gonna tell. No, I'm just gonna start targeting. Cool. And with that, I'll Robert Louis do his thing longtime ago. All the animals will talk to you and tell you stories till you why things are the way they are. Why an animal looked the way it did. But at one time, Cherokee creature, go, gee, Stu means rabbit rabbit would get in trouble have to figure out some way to get out of it. But at one time had short stubby little ears, and he went to the creator of everything. Says, creator, I want long ears. I won't knowledge. I want to be wise. I'm already gorgeous. And so two create everything says, I know you're gorgeous, but to be wise and smart, those are powerful gifts. You must prove yourself. References would I need to do the creator says, here's a bag. It's empty. I want you to fill it up for me with red ants, but they all must be alive. G Stu. So stood rabbit goes walking off and finds up huge anthill all answer working hard to lazed the bag right beside the hailing starts to sit there and look at the bag goes, Hm. The Queen comes out and says, what in the world are you doing? G stew looks at the Queen says, I told a creator everything. You could fill up my bag. But I see now that I'm wrong. Look at you. You're tiny, your small eighty Beatty your about this big and the answers. My people will fill up that bag for you. Stu. So to Queen turns looks at all. The people says, people fill up the bag all the ants cold inside. They filled up that whole bag. The Queen crawled in last. And says, look, we filled up your bag. What do you think of that rabbit picks up the bag, takes his creator and says, here's your bag. I want longer. The creator. Everything says two more task. I want the longest rattlesnake in the world. I wanna live. It's rabbit goes back into the woods, finds rattlesnake sleeping, takes a stick straws shape of snake on the ground. All these scratching noises wakes up the snake in a snake, comes out going. Rabid. What are you doing to looks at the snake and says, the creator of everything says, you're not as long as the stick. I said you longer, but keep drawing union, shorter, look at all the drawings to rouse. Nick looks at all the drawings. This jomie moving, you Sydney rabbit, trickster forgets. I'm longer than that stretches out really long and says, hold a stick against me, rabbit holes, a stick right beside a rattlesnake and says, you are long. You are impressive while the snick setting there with the big head rabbit takes a stick Bouc knocks out the snake and takes to the creator and says, here's your snake. I want a longer than knowledge. The creative one more task. The biggest alligator in the world, and I wanted to live to. Goes back into the woods C shoot alligators sleeping out there beside this huge pawn those rocks hits it on the head and the alligators swims over and said, what do you want rabbit looks at the elegance is the creator. Everything is having barbecue most feed all the animals, but beaver cut enough would can you would. Dalla gates. I can cut wood. So go out and find his shoes tree allegation to jump on a tree as alligators chewing on retreat or abbot takes big, stick walks up behind alligator and walks on a hit Powell. Turns Nokes bail. Fi, JI student says that didn't hurt rabbit, takes off running screaming into the wilderness, seized alligator dieback into Nepal and swim away to says that didn't work on new plan. Terrific. Carves a mask from Buckeye tree puts it on his face, hides everything on him to ears and make sure none of his I can be seen and goes back out towards the alligator that a good or sees the mask could come swim back across and looks at the mask and says, what are you won't rabbit says the creator of everything sent rapid to get you. We need firewood. Can you help us? Alligator looks at the mask and says that rabbit hit me on head catch. It's going to die. This rabbit says, we don't need rabid anyway, we still far would come help us. So to go back out against arch dumping rabbit with a mask on star Stass. The alligator questions. Why are rabbit hit you on the head. I don't know. Have it silly catch? It's going to die starts again. But finally alligators. Well, how do you knock out alligators? Alligator turns looks as the person and says, well, you gotta speak my bottom or the hard and turn star, chump iding. So once he's turned around, again, rabbit takes stick and smacks allegation on the bottom. Drags alligator to the creator and says, huge alligator. I wanna longer than knowledge the creator of everything. All that rabbit has done answer still inside your bag. The snakes over there, rubbing his head and alligators rubbing. His bottom turns looks set rabbit and says, I think you have more knowledge than any other creature, but we'll give you long ears, grabs it years, mix them long and flannel them practices. Why did you make my ears flat? And crater says, so you can hear better and represents. Oh, good. I'll get more knowledge that way. This is why all rabbits have really long flat ears. Tell the story to remind children who may be listening. You have to pay attention school just like their Abbott. If you listen and pay Tich and guess what you will become more wise and more knowledgeable and knowledge makes you powerful. So now we know rabbit out long flat ears.
"cherokee" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"From before the removal and there's quite a lot of buildings and you know there's a historic site there that you can visit and historic parks and there's historic markers all along the route now that was established by the national park system to commemorate the trail so she took her dad who's i said a fluid shirke speaker and they did it together and he was able to there are still older people in cherokee nation and older cherokees that would be probably her grandparents age that are still cherokee speakers and so she was able to have her dad go and he's still a speaker and translate when necessary when they interview these people about what their memories were or what their family stories were of the trail of tears jerky is in danger of losing the language or not enough young people learning every native language is in danger of losing its language needed a native tongue progress for their heritage languages cherokee nation happens to be unique in that they have a fair amount of speakers be 'cause they they have a written language which was invented in the eighteen thirties by sequoia the famous acquire who's the only person in the history of the world to literally create an alphabet and language it's actually a silvery so they had a newspaper they were highly educated because they had very early contact with you know eastern americans and europeans and so they create they knowing that the people needed to be informed of political events and what have you they created a newspaper in the eighteen thirties called the cherokee phoenix and so the amazing thing is that the it was a brand new language to read and write the whole cherokee nation learn to read and write the cherokee siliguri in two years at that time so the entire nation was literate in cherokee and you know many of them were also written english but so dilemmas father went with her and they retraced the i think it was a wonderful so the play which is called and so we walked and artists journey along the chill of tears is a one woman show but delano recounts the journey with her father she recounts of pieces of cherokee mythology and history and conversations and events that happened on their visit and also it investigates where she stands as a cherokee woman but her identity is a cherokee woman today yes please call in so we walked tickets available at ticket santa fe dot org or of course nine hundred eight one two three four.
"cherokee" Discussed on American History Tellers
"A year earlier and cherokee nation versus georgia the supreme court had ruled the cherokees had no legal standing to sue the state of georgia to prevent seizure of their land but now in worcester versus georgia the plaintiffs were to white tristian missionaries and the justices felt that they had no choice but to address the issue directly this second time around chief justice marshall was decisive in the majority opinion he wrote that georgia's extension of its laws over the cherokees was in fact unconstitutional since the cherokee nation's lands were protected by federal treaty the cherokee had the support of the supreme court enforcing the court's decision would become the flash point without support from the executive branch president jackson the court had no power to compel georgia to comply with the ruling and the state nuit georgia quickly censor vader's into cherokee territory to prepare the land for sale and not surprisingly jackson took georgia's side he was already embroiled in the nullification crisis with south carolina and was unwilling to risk civil war on account of native americans he decided not to send federal troops to enforce the cherokees claims against the state of georgia he famously crowed that the law fell still born the cherokees still refuse to go quietly they would not sign removal tree they rallied behind their elected chief john ross who was of scottish and cherokee descent the cherokee nation council pass a law threatening death to anyone who agreed to give up tribal lands but in eighteen thirty five faction of about a hundred cherokee known as the treaty party claiming to speak for the entire tribe did sign an agreement with jackson administration.