35 Burst results for "Cicero"

Man charged with attempted murder in shooting that wounded Chicago officer, led to standoff

Sunday Standards

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Man charged with attempted murder in shooting that wounded Chicago officer, led to standoff

"29 year old Chicago man who shot and injured a police officer in Chicago's Austin neighborhood Saturday afternoons been charged with five counts of attempted murder of a peace officer Moore from W. G M's Judy, wait, a police officer who was shot is an awesome district officer. She is out of the hospital and at home recovering. She is the third officer shot. In a week. Police on routine patrol. We're investigating shots fired near Lake Street and Cicero in Austin Saturday morning during their search, police say someone fired shots of them hitting it. Officer in the hand. Police say the shots were coming from a first floor window of a building near Maypole and Lacrosse Avenue shooting led to a standoff with police and SWAT teams, with nearby buildings being evacuated until the suspect eventually surrendered. Bail was denied for 29 year old Tracy Thomas Jr.

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4 seriously injured as Chicago shooting leads to crash with street sweeper

John Williams

01:18 min | 3 months ago

4 seriously injured as Chicago shooting leads to crash with street sweeper

"Kennedy just a slight delay in about at Augusta, just under 20 minutes from O'Hare downtown. It's clear in from Montrose and album Lancer Clear to the express lanes in bounder wide open as well. Stevenson. Some work on that exit to the Dan Ryan. It's got it down to one lane, and there's a crash out about on the Ryan at 79th. Now, three right lanes are blocked 25 minutes out to 95th, and that time likely to go up. Bishop forward Outbound salad from 1/30 Steel Bridge. There's a car fire in the right lane. And some gay pers and the inbound lanes to it smelled 33 from the Dan Ryan to 80 94, then in Portage Park. There's Irving Park. Cicero in Milwaukee, all closed for police activity because of that crash earlier this morning, and four people were hurt in that shooting and fiery crash near the six Corners intersection on the Northwest side. It happened around 2 30 this morning at the corner of Irving Park, Cicero and Milwaukee in Portage Park. Police said the car hit a parked a street sweeper, which caused both vehicles to burst into flames. Police say three people inside the car were taken to the hospital in serious condition. One of them a 32 year old woman had been shot three times in the stomach. The driver of the car was taken into custody. Alcohol is believed to have been a factor in the crash. Facebook is adding informational labels to posts about getting covert 19 vaccines as the tech giant tries to counter vaccine related miss information on its

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At Cook County Chicago's biggest nursing home, workers and residents still not vaccinated against COVID-19

John Williams

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

At Cook County Chicago's biggest nursing home, workers and residents still not vaccinated against COVID-19

"Union representing nursing home workers at City View, multi care in Cicero says no residents or staff members have been vaccinated. Yet we get more from WGN Studio, Wang residents and staff here are still waiting. This comes at a time when the federal agency that regulates nursing homes. Is saying it. Nursing homes could soon allow more visitors. The union for the Nursing staff, accuses management of failing on several levels. City view Multicare Center is the biggest Skilled nursing facility in the state. It has had a history of covert related issues. There have been 249 covert cases and 15 deaths. S C I U says the facility is experiencing another outbreak. The union claims city of you failed to enroll in a Trump administration program to vaccinate people in long term care facilities in partnership with major pharmacies and WGN reached out to city view for comment, But so far no response.

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St Augustine: Teacher and Author

5 Minutes in Church History

03:19 min | 4 months ago

St Augustine: Teacher and Author

"After agustin's conversion he resigned his post as teacher of rhetoric in milan and he left for several months to villa in the area of lake como right at the foot of the alps. You should look it up. It's a beautiful place and here augusta his first books as a christian he was writing books since three eighty all of those early books is pre conversion books are lost to us but now and three eighty six. He began a whole new writing career. I a quick word on his writing he would dictate to notetaker who used a system of note taking called tirrenia nets that this was named for tullus. Tirico he was the scribe for cicero. And these ian or shorthand notes would then be written out into longhand and they would be edited and they would become a book. There were not commercial publishers in those days but there were networks of scribes networks of scholars and friends. And you would make a few copies of a book and you would distribute it to these associates to these friends and they would make more copies and then from those copies would come even more copies and it was just a case of supply and demand and there was a great demand for books from augusta and there was a steady supply. But were these first books that augustine wrote as a christian. What were they all about. We called them dialogues. They were recorded conversations that he was having with himself there at this beautiful place in lake como. He would personify this dialogue with reason. And so it was augusta. And reason having these dialogues of course. He was drawing on this genre of the dialogue from that. Great greek philosopher. Plato and these dialogues covered such topics as truth and the immortality of the soul and unhappiness in in them we see the themes that will come to dominate agustin's teaching. He was after all a teacher and so he taught first of all the nobility the value for the pursuit of truth. Let's not be satisfied with lies and falsehood in mere shadows but let's pursue and pursue it relentlessly the truth. Secondly he helped us understand the relationship between faith and reason too often reason is jettisoned. Combatant of faith will not so argued augustine. God created us with a mind. He created this world as a rational world. Any wants us. God wants us to use a reason to know him. And so faith and reason and guston had a wonderful way of talking about the relationship of those two and then finally augusta taught us that all everything begins and ends in god this world our very lives all of our efforts human history truth wisdom happiness. All of this is found in god. He is the beginning. He arches over every moment and aspect and god is the end. He is the and the

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Four Dead After SUV Crashes Into Building In Cicero, Chicago

WGN Showcase

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Four Dead After SUV Crashes Into Building In Cicero, Chicago

"Early yesterday after their SUV crashed into a building near the intersection of West Roosevelt in South Central Avenue in West suburban Cicero. Frank Kanda, who owns one stop liquor, says his store was damaged in the floor down Robin Bolus a lot harder. Listen to me and do si and stuff like that. Three of the victims have been identified. 23 year old Corey Williams, 24 year old and Queen Isha Murdoch and 23 Year old Joseph Fleming, all from the West Side, the fourth victim victim that is not yet I deed.

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"cicero" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:29 min | 6 months ago

"cicero" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Translated by bernard up in cicero. He was appointed question at a time. When grain was scarce and had the province of sicily allotted to him where he annoyed people at first by compelling them to send grain to rome but afterwards they found in careful just and mild and honored him beyond any governor they had ever had moreover when large numbers of young men from room of lushes and noble families. Were accused of lack of discipline and courage in the war and sent up for trial to the peter sicily. Cicero pleaded there 'cause brilliantly and won the day while he was journeying to rome than highly elated. Over these successes. It had lefebre experience as he tells us mainly. He fell in with an eminent men whom he dean his friend and asked him what the romans were saying and thinking about his achievements supposing that he had filled the whole city with the name and fame of them but his friends said pray. Have you been cicero all the time. At the time then as he tells us he was altogether disheartened seeing that the story of his doings had sunk into the city as into bottomless without any visible effect upon his reputation but afterwards he reasoned with himself and abated. Much of his ambition. Convinced that the fame which was emulated struggling was the thing that new balance and had no tangible limit however his excessive delight in the praise of and his two passionate desire for glory remained with him until the very end and very often confounded his saner reasonings and now that he was engaging in public life with greater ardor. He considered it a shameful thing that while craftsmen using vessels in instruments that are lifeless. Know the name in place and capacity of every one of them the statesman on the contrary whose instruments for carrying out public measures are men should be different than careless about knowing his fellow citizens wherefore he not only accustomed himself to remember their names but also learned to know the quarter of the city in which every notable person dwelt where he owned a country place. What friends he had in what neighbors so that whatever road in italy cicero traveled. It was easy for him to name and point out the estates villas of his friends his property though sufficient to meet his expenses let's nevertheless small and therefore men wondered that he would accept neither fees nor gifts for his services as advocate and above all when he undertook. The prosecution of varies. This man who had been peter of sicily and whom the sicilians prosecuted for many villainous acts cicero convicted not by speaking but in a way by speaking for the predators favored varies by many delays. Had put off the case until the very last day. Since it was clear that days time would not be enough for the speeches of the advocates. And so the trial would not be finished..

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Nearly 700 nursing home workers go on strike across Chicago area

Chris Plante

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

Nearly 700 nursing home workers go on strike across Chicago area

"Nursing home workers are now on strike 700 employees from Infinity Healthcare Management walking off the job earlier today, Erica Bland Duroc Me executive Vice president of S E i u health Care of Illinois was outside of the City View Multi care center in Cicero Earlier this morning, most infinity workers will tell you They stay at their facilities because they care about their residents. They love their resident workers represented by S E i U Illinois are demanding $15 an hour hazard pay for all employees, plus personal protective equipment.

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Chicago nursing home workers strike in fight for better wages, hazard pay, PPE

WGN Programming

02:27 min | 7 months ago

Chicago nursing home workers strike in fight for better wages, hazard pay, PPE

"In the city and suburbs are set to go on strike. Lynn Marshall is live at City View multi care center in Cicero with the latest Glenn Good morning that 6 a.m.. These workers here at this facility will join 700 other workers in protest Ng, a company that they say have not given them equipment or fair wage. During this pandemic. Let's take a look at what they're actually protests and take a look at this. Yeah. This will be the scene outside of 11 Infinity own facilities in the greater Chicago area Workers who are part of the S E C i U Healthcare Illinois Union have decided to strike after their pleas were changes in wage and equipment were not met. Their issue stems from the contract dispute that happened over the summer. They have made it known that they want pandemic pay and living wages. While Cove in 19 cases continue to rise, workers tell us that they That two of the Infinity facilities let the state in covert 19 nursing home ranking Cicero's City View. Multicare Center, which were outside of has the state's highest number of infections and now's nursing and rehab center, has the highest number of deaths. Workers tell us Infinity stop their pandemic pay for workers in July and pays workers below base wages of other Chicago nursing homes even after receiving a $12.7 million fund after the Copa 19 funding through the cares Act on Friday, the Illinois Department of Public Health showed more than 3500 new cases of the virus and long term care facilities, which was the largest increase. In a week since May. Numbers also show 289 deaths, which was the most since June. Of these facts are just part of the reasons why they are striking this morning. Take a listen We're not being told Who or what, but we do know people have it way coming here. We don't get we're not getting the proper pay. We have to wear one mask the whole day being exciting. Listen, when we go in the room put on the gown. Do we changed the gown? Basically, we don't have supplies. So how can we change our mass and change right gowns when you do not have supplies for us? These workers are hoping they won't be part of the deadly statistics now. Later on this morning, either plan to hold a press conference after that walk out begins. Of course, we'll bring that to you. As soon as we receive more information on that, For now, we're live outside of this facility in Cicero. Let Marshall

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1 fatally shot near Chicago Midway Airport, police say

John Williams

00:22 sec | 7 months ago

1 fatally shot near Chicago Midway Airport, police say

"Shot to death in his car near Midway Airport. It happened at about 2 A.m. near 59th Street, just east of Cicero Avenue. That's just south of the terminal at Midway. But not on airport property. The piers that after the shooting, the car continued on and hit a tree. Police have not released demands. Name no rust have been made. Officers are looking for witnesses, a nerve in

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Chicago Man Falls Onto CTA Tracks After Being Stabbed In The Head At Cicero Blue Line Stop

Home Sweet Home Chicago

00:20 sec | 8 months ago

Chicago Man Falls Onto CTA Tracks After Being Stabbed In The Head At Cicero Blue Line Stop

"Platform early this morning. Police say two men were arguing at the sister. Oh, stop around one AM, when one of them pulled a knife and stabbed the the other other in in the the head. head. The The 62 62 year year old old victim victim fell fell backwards backwards onto onto the the platform platform and and landed landed on on the the tracks. tracks. Police Police say say he he was was seriously seriously hurt hurt and and is is now now in in the the hospital hospital and and are are searching searching for for the the man who stabbed him. 10 year old Lem IA

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Chicago - 62-Year-Old Man Falls Onto CTA Tracks After Being Stabbed In The Head At Cicero Blue Line Stop

HouseSmarts Radio with Lou Manfredini

00:22 sec | 8 months ago

Chicago - 62-Year-Old Man Falls Onto CTA Tracks After Being Stabbed In The Head At Cicero Blue Line Stop

"In the hospital after being stabbed on a CT a blue line platform early this morning, Chicago police say two men were arguing at the Cicero stop around one one AM, AM, when when one one pulled pulled out out a a knife knife and and stabbed stabbed the the other other in in the the head. head. The The 62 62 year year old old victim victim fell fell backwards, backwards, stumbled stumbled off off the the platform platform and and landed landed on on the the tracks. tracks. Police Police say say he he was was seriously seriously hurt hurt in in the the attack. attack. They're searching for the man who stabbed him. While Lawrence Sparks

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Tyra Banks confirms Coyote Ugly sequel is in the works

Fred + Angi On Demand

01:24 min | 8 months ago

Tyra Banks confirms Coyote Ugly sequel is in the works

"After the original coyote ugly. There's a sequel in the early stages we don't need it tyra banks who started in the original revealed that she's been in talks for coyote ugly to it's either going to be a film or a TV series Rideau heard. Bailey. Law School Amy. Hughes in. But I forgot she was even there I'm like, why are we hearing this? If. You still working at the bar twenty years later, you need to reevaluate your life. Especially if. We don't for young. System. Represents. Working at ugly or something like that. I mean I. Took That restaurant. That'd be the Dan the. Berlin. Birgit. Bergmann. Berlin. Yeah CICERO's. Win Whatever wherever it is I don't care where is it should over for like that because suburban town where is Ugly.

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What Governs History?

5 Minutes in Church History

04:20 min | 10 months ago

What Governs History?

"What governs? History. Well, there have been various answers to this throughout history I. Suppose someone they will nothing governs history. Everything is just opened a chance who even how today is going to and others have said will fate determines all things and we go back to Greek mythology and Roman mythology to understand fate we find this in the writings of homer and has said. The fates were the three daughters of the Goddess Knicks. She was the goddess of the night. And these three daughters, her three daughters were the fates. One of them would simply spin thread from spindle. That's all she would do just spin thread from spindle. The second sister the second fate would measure out a given piece of thread and that given piece of thread signified the length of life. And a third sister well, she would cut a thread and that signify death. And Greek her name literally means the in evitable an ancient mythology even mighty Zeus had to bow to the fates they were independent they were arbitrary. Capricious. And they governed all events of human history and all events of a single life. This idea of the fates carried on into the early Roman philosophers and they would talk about causality as he determining factor of all that happened in history and in a given life. Well, what is the Christian response to these two answers of nothing governs history or the fates govern? Well we find it very fascinating answer in Archibald Alexander. He was one of those old Prince Tony. Ian Scholars and he lectured on theology there at Princeton and one of his students was Charles Hodge and Charles. Hodge was very diligent student and he took very careful in cursive handwriting notes of Archibald. Alexander's lectures, and so we have this preserved for us today in book form and Archibald Alexander's talking about the doctrine of Providence. He sets it up by talking about fate and he explores how various Roman thinkers talked about fate talked about how cicero spoke of the order or series of causes that governed all things. He talks about Seneca. Seneca makes 'cause and fate an irrevocable necessity controlling the course of both human and divine affairs. So the supreme ruler. is even governed by fate and continually obeys the fates and the causes. Well, none of this is something that Archibald Alexander wants us to believe in or think about in fact, he says ought Christians to retain and use the word fate any answers categorically? No because this is very inconsistent with the truth. So. What does govern history? Archibald Alexander says Providence does and here's what he has to say does providence extend to all things small as well as great. That is to say does providence govern human history and does it govern the events of my life? He answers yes. Because God created all things and therefore he cares for all. Archibald Alexander goes onto reference Nehemiah chapter nine verses six, and that tax reads you even you are Lord alone you've made Heaven and the Heavens of Heavens and all their host. You've made the earth and all things that are in it in the sea and all that is in it you preserve them all and then he goes on to draw attention to. Such passages as Luke twelve seven or Matthew Ten twenty, nine Matthew Six, twenty, eight or Psalm. One, forty, seven, verse nine we put all of that Biblical material together and what do we find? Well, even the hairs of our heads are said to be numbered the fouls of the air, the lilies of the field even the insects are under the care of God. So what governs history will I we could ask who governs his tree and the answer is God us, and then we can ask what can we say his providence God's providence governs all things and moves all things to the fruition and the fulfillment of his perfect good and wise will. That's providence

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Truth vs Hollywood

Filmspotting

04:50 min | 1 year ago

Truth vs Hollywood

"Welcome to truth versus Hollywood I'm David, Chen and A. Truth versus Hollywood is look at films that are based on a true story, but we don't just talk about the film. We also talk about that true story. On this podcast will touch on what really happened. How that differs from the film and why and we're not just talking, heads will hear about the true story through interviews from experts, witnesses and people who were involved in it. It's both the real facts and the real facts are l. fix. What do you think that Joanna I loved it today Ridge? Today! We're talking about Martin. Scorsese's classic film Goodfellas Goodfellas is based on the book Wiseguy. Nicholas Pathology which, in turn is based on life of Mobster Henry Hill Hill was actually alive when the film came out and was very pleased with his film based on him, and as we'll talk about later, it definitely had an effect on his life. Pathology worked with Scorsese to write the screenplay and the film was. was a complete. It nominated for six Academy Awards and won one Joe Pesci for supporting actor. It's considered one of the best gangster movies of all times. If I put it on their list of one hundred years, one hundred movies and the Library of Congress decided that it was culturally important and added it to its preservation archives all right well. Let's get to the movie itself. It stars Ray Liotta. Hill Robert Deniro as Jimmy, the Gent Conway, who's based on Jimmy the Gent? Burke Joe Pesci as Tommy devito based on Tommy desimone Paul Sorvino Paul cicero based on Paul Vario and Lorraine Bracco as Henry's wife Karen Hill. Many real life figures at this movie was based off of an apparently Henry Hill ended up getting paid five hundred eighty thousand dollars because of the use of historian, this movie, which is a lot of money to pay to a mobster who has done very horrible things you know in watching this movie again. John Robinson one of the things that. I kind of realized you know or reflected on is the fact that we've been lost you decades seen so many movies about bad men, doing bad things, and that this movie kind of one of the prototypical examples of how they can be glorified an elevated in this. Movie makes that lifestyle look really glamorous while at the same time depicting some of the negative consequence lifestyle, but at the same time it does rubbed me the wrong way that like the people who are involved often are rewarded. We also saw this Martin. Scorsese's Will Wall Street as well. Similar dynamic, there so I'm kind of curious like as you're reflecting on your overall experience of watching the movie, and now that we know little bit more about what happened with the real life characters, and we're GONNA. Talk about it during the courses podcast like. How did it strike you that? This is based off of Real Person I. Think Scar says he couldn't have picked a better release. Go subject to to glum onto here than Henry Hill because though he is gangster and he's fully involved in this gangster life, he is a the likability of this character, which is really what's Cortesi was going for I've seen interviews. We talked about the nineteen thirty two scarface, which was the first time he ever saw. Gangsters depicted as really likable. When you Henry Hill. And he does terrible things, but he's a gangster who is a little squeamish. We see this the film and it's corroborated by true story of his life. He was violent crimes, but he wasn't a a mass murderer and You know the the charisma of him. I think is really important. He wasn't one of the most vicious people in this story. And so I think you're making good point that like. If you're GONNA choose an entry way into this world. Henry Hill is probably the ideal candidate in this case so. Well, the film opens with three men driving in a car, having a seemingly normal evening. It's then revealed that there is a captive in the trunk and than shortly after him, we mmediately get Henry's voiceover with the iconic line as far back as I can remember I always wanted to be a gangster. It's one of the most. Openings and Awesome History Joanna Robinson after nearly three decades. How effective did you find this opening? Well, it's funny. I did not see I was eight years old when fellows came out, or maybe nine so I did not see it in theaters and I didn't see it until later in life and but by then it already seats into the culture because it was so iconic. You know there's. Maniacs good feathers, pigeon parody, and like all sorts of stuff, so I'm going to wear of the beats of it, even though the first exposure to goodfellas was. Is what you're saying. Thousand percent absolutely. But you know so by the time I had seen it. I had also seen so many things that had imitated it, and this is true of like so many of our great films like by the time you get around to watching it. Maybe you seen a bunch of people. Knock it off and so you're like well. How groundbreaking? Is this

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EA Access Is Coming To Steam

DLC

03:54 min | 1 year ago

EA Access Is Coming To Steam

"A access is coming com to steam, and I think this is really big I think seeing more of this kind of thing. In the P. C. space is interesting, and I think a testament to speaking of The weekend confirmed as the story then was always like Pc. Gaming is dying right like. More wrong. Exactly exactly. And I think this is interesting and I think ea doing it via steam is interesting as well versus Ubisoft like you play, plus or whatever at there's is called its own service that you subscribe to and are certainly other subscription services on P. C., but this feels like a big deal to me. Especially considering year has origin, and they had their own thing right, so they're kind of already had their own thing on. Bringing it to steam feels it feels big I. IT feels big. I agree. I think it is big I. Think it also I wonder, and I would throw it out to both of you for your opinions I wonder if this is a harbinger of things to come in that the sort of consolidation of all these different disparate services on you might be happening. We might be seeing the first domino of what will be like in who an Ubisoft you play on steam or on the EPA game store where instead of having all these different launchers all these different Places that your video games can live. They can all live in on steam, but then you can have these different services that are subsets of steam. That you pay for and give you access to early things. Give you free games. I think that's a cleaner more convenient way for me. From my perspective as a consumer, it seems cleaner and more convenient, but I wonder what you guys think this. What's your take on this? So so basically? What you're saying Jeff is that you think steam is going to be the smart TV of. Gaming well, maybe maybe I mean. If only we could have one subscription that we all these different services in the room something like Cable Don. so I think what this. What this really says to me with the screens to me more than anything else is that anthem destroyed their PC. Off. Because because, so you know. I mean they were. They were full speed ahead. Two three two and a half years ago with origin access and and they were really really pushing it, and in fact had created a premium model of their origin origin service, e- play, or at least it announced it at ea play twenty eighteen. I think was. Able to correct tube. But you know, and since you know at that at that EA, play the big game, the big triple a tidal, the thing that if you are there at that at that particular event that I you know I think it was at the podium where I was. The one thing that everybody wanted to see was anthem, and you had it behind closed doors. They invested a lot of money. In in that game and you know we all know what happened with it and and a lot of what they were doing and what they were building. was. Hinged upon the success of this game, and it didn't work, and now with the what they're finding is people have? Towards the service because they're not gaining anything from it.

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'Not stopping': Defiant NYC protesters march through curfew

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

'Not stopping': Defiant NYC protesters march through curfew

"For president an eight an eighth PM trump straight curfew says didn't night this summer's stop protesters thousands Republican of fanned demonstrators convention out nationwide will were marching not through be while held the speaking streets in North of Carolina out New York against City after police but all reports violence of vandalism the president and says looting he's looking were down for a new host this was state not the after widespread North Carolina free for all governor seen here in another Roy Washington guy Cooper still George a Democrat there was Floyd looting refused was in the Manhattan rallying to guarantee cry the police convention say there were about could be two held hundred in Charlotte and thousands eighty arrests gathered without mostly in Lafayette restrictions for disorderly park due across conduct to a coronavirus from the White many House concerns stayed out past Cooper told curfew organizers peacefully in New the York pandemic protesting mayor requires bill for de the Blasio most planning part promised for a including scaled they're Andreas being down hurt event Johnsson with and says we fewer will police make people that were change roughing people the president I had am grab been certain demanding innocent I a guarantee full people for house no it reason diplomacy at Charlotte's was resisting and spectrum decided center president like trump's GOP demands call for that them governors he bring in in Tennessee to the the National ground Florida Guard this tool to and stop was Georgia he's violent a had journalist shown protesters interest and a price in hosting thousands does the convention a press of pass troops in a are push on if the streets into North the ground Carolina here it was in DC also fell a police through and shooting elsewhere which chief Sager of department in the Chicago made Terence Connie suburb Monahan Washington of says Cicero was unrelated Cesar to Bautista the protests is glad involving to see a man them with after a gun days in of deadly violence it makes me feel safer at Lydia vehicle Rana says they shouldn't be there overkill I said I have been critical I think of the it's chaos a no of the city I think and it's want a to send ridiculous in the National song Guard or make Julie ani Washington Walker in New York

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Trump says GOP is pulling convention from North Carolina

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Trump says GOP is pulling convention from North Carolina

"For president an eighth trump straight says night this summer's protesters Republican fanned convention out nationwide will not be while held speaking in North Carolina out against after police all violence the president says he's looking for a new host state after North Carolina governor here in Roy Washington Cooper George a Democrat Floyd refused was the rallying to guarantee cry the convention could be held in Charlotte thousands gathered without in Lafayette restrictions park due across to a coronavirus from the White House concerns Cooper told organizers in New the York pandemic mayor requires bill de Blasio planning promised for a scaled they're being down hurt event with and we fewer will make people that change the president I had am been certain demanding I a guarantee full house it diplomacy at Charlotte's was resisting spectrum center president trump's GOP demands that governors he bring in in Tennessee the National Florida Guard to and stop Georgia violent had shown protesters interest in hosting thousands the convention of troops are on if the streets North Carolina here in DC fell through and elsewhere Sager in the Chicago made Connie suburb Washington of Cicero Cesar Bautista is glad to see them after days of deadly violence it makes me feel safer at Lydia vehicle Rana says they shouldn't be there overkill I think it's a no I think it's a ridiculous song or make ani Washington

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Protesters return to the streets as Trump decries 'lowlifes'

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Protesters return to the streets as Trump decries 'lowlifes'

"For an eighth straight night protesters fanned out nationwide while speaking out against police violence here in Washington George Floyd was the rallying cry thousands gathered in Lafayette park across from the White House in New York mayor bill de Blasio promised they're being hurt and we will make that change I am certain I guarantee it diplomacy was resisting president trump's demands that he bring in the National Guard to stop violent protesters thousands of troops are on the streets here in DC and elsewhere in the Chicago suburb of Cicero Cesar Bautista is glad to see them after days of deadly violence it makes me feel safer at Lydia vehicle Rana says they shouldn't be there overkill I think it's a no I think it's a ridiculous song or make ani Washington

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Protesters return to the streets as Trump decries 'lowlifes'

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Protesters return to the streets as Trump decries 'lowlifes'

"For an eighth straight night protesters fanned out nationwide while speaking out against police violence here in Washington George Floyd was the rallying cry thousands gathered in Lafayette park across from the White House in New York mayor bill de Blasio promised they're being hurt and we will make that change I am certain I guarantee it diplomacy was resisting president trump's demands that he bring in the National Guard to stop violent protesters thousands of troops are on the streets here in DC and elsewhere in the Chicago suburb of Cicero Cesar Bautista is glad to see them after days of deadly violence it makes me feel safer at Lydia vehicle Rana says they shouldn't be there overkill I think it's a no I think it's a ridiculous song or make ani Washington

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"cicero" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"cicero" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Stomachs thought of a look governing mankind independently of positive look so and cicero's conception of natural was developed greatly in the christian west by thomas aquinas and then went out to talk about lock and cut number twelve this is what he said locked contributed quietness and it hooker the idea of the authority proceeding from from king's princess the idea that authority originated in the people and not in custom or just in the objective truth of louis neither the deck log for example the prohibition against murder theft adultery the ten commandments yeah well not alternate commandments okay keep going i i tablet has to do with our relationship to god the second one a relationship to each other well the fifth commandment is ambiguous but these things were recognized as being intrinsic to human the welfare of human beings no human society can so these were prohibitions recognized everywhere but that all law had it sergeants the thirty of the people that was something new which was not in any example in any democratic idea before the american revolution so cicero aristotle cicero and lock and by the way dr i know why you never got done with a book when you talked with dr but but it it what's this nudity him or wood the framers of said yes you're right that's exactly what we were doing well we can only you know first of all the framers where politicians and they were statesman and so their arguments are you know amazingly area day but also their practical political arguments professor jeff scholar he's like a classical scholar in this way he speaks in ordinary terms you've been using a lot of technical terms you know when you hear him he never did he's very analytical i mean he is simply brilliant you know i mean he's such a mastery but what i think is what he says about them built up out of their words and that's a that's a very profound point i studied with two main teachers i guess you'd say harry chapin martin gilbert and there are so very different but i know where they where they came together martin gilbert was destroying any wrote narrative histories out of the documents but he would always say the past is real and when the documents exist there is no reason or licensed to speculate you can read what they say one of his favorite quotations in both aristotle and thomas aquinas alone it's not even to god to make what has been not to have been that states something about nature right one of the first things you have to teach people in education the thing i learned more than any other jaffa and his students in my fellow students have his with it you have to approach things if they are real and find out what they're like until this work that he's done on the american founding and lincoln is in my opinion a great act of recovery and therefore not foreign to them at all and and not being being not foreign to them meaning i think that they would have consented to his interpretation of their work i agree with that i we have a we study you know we anybody who studies great figure in my opinion if they do it in the worthy way well marvel at them sometimes i often say to myself how did churchill know that i know how i knew it you know i had some great teachers and i spent many years teaching in thinking about it and talking to people about it and you forget that churchill is just like us in that regard he's looking at the world and trying to make sense of it and he just was particularly good at it and the same is true of lincoln and the same is true of hound irs japa understand them hey one of his great he gets from one of his great rules of procedure is you must understand a thinker as he understood himself before you make any attempt to understand better we'll be right back on this fourth of july talking about the declaration of independence the man who wrote it and ratified it the minute lifted studied harry jaffa in.

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"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

In Our Time

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

"Sean i i think in a sense valentinus at all ready for many years he had thought that the republic that he had lived in was dead all the great figures that of his kind of youth and early career most of them were dead by this day new mission curator who's who's been well by this tanked caesar is too had you know i'm brutus well as a little bit later after after cicero but you know the the the sort of great figures of the age have all have mostly fallen poppy cross us obviously and so i'm and so in a sense um i think you know innocent he has nothing else to play foreign and wants to go down fighting and he makes that choi said i think as valentina said one of the really striking things as he was a in some ways a good judge of principles but a terrible judge of character and i think because he couldn't x he couldn't understand people whose ambition was not just to be first among equals as his was but to really break with equality altogether so men like sesar and antony and octavian that driving ambition in that led them to destroy the forms of the republic that in some way maintained equality he could just never understand that he thought he could control them he thought it was an they it wasn't real and then he was wrong every time listens to vote um i mean if we won't we want trump got personalizes an intense what kind of peasant cicero woes there is that sense that he was always been called back to a sense of personal ideal on that letter at the end of sixty when he's been asked to join caesar and pompeii in this the informal compact that they're going to run rome with he's asked to joy and he refuses and he quotes homer.

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"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

In Our Time

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

"Ding restful because round the senate yes i i think that's right and i think one of the things that we could have looked at in more detail is this question of of language to re described the different entities within the state so this this massive broadening of what elite means that he does in processed year because he is so keen to create a consensus of everybody who isn't cladius and his followers and kind of restrict closures and his lawyers enter into a small gap we didn't hostess the way that that and it cicero isn't the first person to do this the way that the roman elite uses the hostess annex extend lanham me to somehow solve internal crisis by expelling the offending members from the state and thus taking the sidestepping the whole legal problem how do you how do you exercise how'd you deal ways execute whatever you are in citizens if you call hoste is you can solve the problem and i think there's a there's a link there between the way that you can this historic and then they say that the tired is not part of the state and i think the other point about slavery to go back to that is that in the day lega bus the idea of the multiple layers of law so we have natural law that than we have these county and the law of all the nations and then we have the eu's keep the the civil law of of a nation like realm and so i think he's very willing to accept that the customs and the whole the legal customs and traditions and institutions of realm have a kind of validity and standing and so he's not going to question something like slavery which jam is part of those part of those traditions what do you think he could have drawn to save himself at the end i don't think online argue merely note i don't i don't think they wanted to its arsenal on from the i think that are key do did he know i must have yet he met with him not here's a foolhardy.

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"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

In Our Time

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

"I mean does orientation is about an orator is a political absolutely and in his in his very first unpublished work which is otherwise a a not hugely interesting rhetorical handbook i mean you make now on that but but it does nonetheless have a really interesting introduction in which the young i says archery is fundamental to human society that's what creates human society we can't come together and live together and enjoy all the benefits until we have somebody who can speak and the slightest to do that otherwise we're all in a state of best you'll nature and that thread i think goes through he articulates it he it becomes much more newest nuanced and exciting as a model of the good life and the skills that the art and needs to have but that's the basic theoretical point or tree helps communities function in fact is essential for communities to function because again is going to motogwa through the muslim is very much so and his he's an article theory as he develops it is very march looking back to more philosophically informed archery as opposed to the roma canada rhetorical treatises and handbooks that seemed to be quite dominant in shark education at rome at this time but there's also the personal side to this cicero was not a soldier and therefore he was he didn't have access to all the the power in the glory and the reputation enhancing excitement of of military victory so he sets up six or trey as the civilian alternative by which you can serve and indeed save the state thank you her bongino we'll risked what risk grocer cicero facing and forty bishi bc.

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"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

In Our Time

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

"So they're in urban more their rabble they've been misled bought in the in the political treatises there's the theoretical rights which italian republic there's also the pragmatic sense of how'd you give the people enough power that they will be satisfied so in all the laws there's a rather old and disturbing passageway talks about voting systems in the tribune of the playoffs being enough to create the speck as limit artists the appearance of freedom so he struggles with this this tension between the ideal and what he actually sorin practice but what we've gone montana coming close to memory this is your time to rewrote the shadow of terni the the foreboding of the end of the great ideal of the republic however however of news was oblivion their breach it doesn't matter buried had gone and going in another direction in the terrible terrible part of tournaire which republic was bp a poster what did cicero census what was he doing about it given the mit absence it yes is a steady at throughout from from the the seek the from the time he comes back from exile onwards he keeps lamenting that the republic is no there is no longer there we might have in a week we keep the name of republic by the tuna public is now they is is like a painting whose colors that are now fading away um however somehow he has the gift to side old waste with the wrong people gorgeous police varma derek liver you just because people like sousa pompey are behaving in a where he sees as too radical on for dangerous oh yes an unaffordable forces say he he supports pompey an against caesar because he sowing caesar at the tyrant and in a he rejoice huts the murder this assassination of are you actually laments the he has not been invited to take permanent yes and that they actually eating.

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"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

In Our Time

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

"At moments of peril of the republic earlier on which had only been solved in in one case by the murder of one of its proponents and so and this is actually something to which cicero returns again and again in his political writings that moment you through sensual ron moons whose road the republic use shaky and is even shaking on host to be no tony defended insurer but some way found to perpetuated yeah and i think what so interesting to me about cicero in this moment is that he still really believes in the norms that have governed the republic the traditions in the more raise that are associated with the offices and then one after the other they're falling so they're being violated so one example as caesar actually at a relatively young age and with a lot of bad reputation standing to be the pontiff ex maximus the chief priest of the republic which would normally have been assertive ancient to august man of unimpeachable reputation and cesar things will i can say down for that why not you know and that's an example of the regime unsuitable well because he was known to be a womanizer an adulterer probably two he was very and he he was a brilliant man and in many ways very interesting figure but was was was young reached rivers yeah i'm not really increase now perhaps on wall was niche gung about to the people now augusta and what w what was his view that people really cicero's view.

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"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

In Our Time

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

"Been slight sees no longer holding the office of tribune entered the plebs which gave him the legal authority to challenge cicero back in fifty eight bought the popular politics that he's espousing he still has support he's looking to rise at the causes himself hold eventually hold the consul ship that never happens at the same time there is the militry power translating into political power of pompey and seasa and effectively pompey ncsa had joined forces in fifty nine in order to support their mutual interests and that relationship would go a bit rocky and that the relationship was getting a bit rocky at precisely the time that cicero returns and 57 so initially things are harm i can resume my position of authority guiding the res publica but in the spring a 56 auto period about eight months in which there is very active and is very much trying to be an independent politician getting his house back wipe off anything us seasonable me patch it up and that's the point at which they say look back off you you do what we tell you or you're not going to do anything and that's the point at which he very reluctantly acknowledges that perhaps he said is to raise public has to take a different form and he starts writing the great political pieces of the mid50s go we begin on those groceries is round in and several of them and we're out of time to do under all of mine means what is he basically trying to do in his riding but the republic about rhetoric about other golfers and zone.

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"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

In Our Time

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

"Parting of the ways an cloudy us was someone who violated flirted with violating and ultimately transgressive lee violated roman civic norms so the the native air of his career was being found out two of dressed up in women's clothing and i'm insinuated himself into the inner sanctum where religious rites were being practice that only women were supposed to witness but at this moment i he's able to he's quite popular in the city he has a lot of following among the the puppy ends and he's able to wield that power against cicero would you choose rudeina draw 100 the old damanges retun will you to boost rule um he um monet quite a lot general henry he wrote letters to lots of people i'm trying to figure out what he might do and whether he might be able to guys he went off to asia minor and kind of i we actually had quite a glut of difficulty at the beginning finding when he was even willing to receive him because it was thought to be you know i'm a difficult thing to do ultimately he is able to come back and even some years later holds a another governorship of a province so he doesn't you know he's able to come back on for a certain period into into the fold as you begun writing users reflections with a stern not quite done not quite yet or not that's not the major period of his literary production that comes a few years later once he's returned to rome but then found himself and more political difficulties and ends up spending quite a lot of time outside the city itself on one of his estate some that's the first major period of his writing covering still suit eat combed thon on these two june rammed the state of rooms night of the rome under republic well turbulence indeed a number of factors are coming together claudius hose.

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"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

In Our Time

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

"I'm good but of course he doesn't last long as covered has her hit what he did indeed capture them manure smaller lead and he was not part of lament the wanting in lacked was is not being part of the in a in a big sent the political family in rome and he got them on his side the yeah he wasn't he wasn't in the sense that he he was an equestrian so he that meant in essence by late republic that he his family heads was absorbs substantial wealth and an the equitas by late republic indeed play a key political role as well alongside the the senators so throughout his life he does battle consistently and the air the b they knew mentor be and the outsider the one who doesn't have it consular ancestor in his family in his background by he's a consul he has become a consul himself of that stage and he's one of the equitas and therefore for he thinks and he does it make sure that we don't forget it that he now has made it and not only is made it is made a big time as uh as catherine said it also through alluded to we must bushes knob of our after shortarm mitch very victory term turned or against him because he had it took these be cerdan's these roman citizens to death without judging bum initials considering itself to be a terrible thing to do and the elite a lot of daily turned against sympathised yes yes it it and ina putting kakata lying because patasse to trial to death without trial while heat eight he violated one of the essential civic rights of roma citizens and that was the right to provoke attacks or the right to trial by doing so why he did was violating the at one of the liberties of the raymond and people and that book could not be considered acceptable within a republican framework therefore arab by the time he and and the mood the political move mood because of that turned against tame quite straight away at the at the end of his conso shape already he was not allowed to two to n any is a final speech.

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"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

In Our Time

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

"Lunch and that effective that young in those terms was terrific well yes and i think ministers already pointed to the the way that cicero built his career through effective archery in order to put together a coalition of supporters there's the possibly spurious commentary own competitive yoenis the comment too little book about electioneering which may be written by his brother it may not be but it seems to capture the advice to give cicero that in order to be elected as council which was this huge challenge to somebody without the political and historical background at rome he needed to appeal to as broad a possible an audience and we can see in cicero's archery up until the consul ship the great care not to offend anybody so and indeed early and 63 he claims to be a popular tourist consel counsel who speaking for the populace malaysian iron can we tell can we develop that m he's he's he's maneuvering is very good he's he's politico with a small pena big pieces very good but did he at died early stage early in his his career as we nights and body ideals which appealed to people because in his later i says and that he certainly did what are your thoughts i sort of as a man of ideas amount of vision yes certainly by by sixty three he was a man of vision and but mainly his vision at that stage was the one that a of the that will he called the coin cordia oldham so the concrete the harmony amongst the members of the elite so while he claims in in that's his is great achievement in having suppress that catalan i it catalan conspiracy was very much to have united behind him at the elite and for him that was perhaps the most important achievement in terms of the world of ideas there was an if you think about concordia is whom course say is a cause the heart the moves in the same direction as a fina the members of the elite feel the same way they move in the same direction for the wellbeing of the community of their of for the coup.

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"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

In Our Time

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

"And then cicero was able to catch them redhanded with letters which indicated the the scope of those negotiations it chose him being very proactive awesome knew that people wanted to curry favour with and be on the snyder which was it well i think it's a bit of both mine zysman when yossi seek lately s i mean he's developing is networks but because he's consul he has he has things do offer people bring him information nurse but you've got kid motion key times with a day or two to go he had it and talk talked him the tokyo dimaggio inside the senate and zone yes yes because then he was able to set up this dramatic revealing of the evidence in which the conspirators were brought in with the latter still unsealed so he took the gamble that they would contain what he thought that we thought those actors would contain and then there are opened in the senate and they do and he he can take things forward on that basis so suppresses guenzburg mick some the conspirators on another go on he rounded them them up he he he and he had them executed but he did not give them a trial but nevertheless when he executed them and cleared cleared the decks of conspirators she was lauded in a room wasn't it at the time yes and by again we're dependent on cicero for the accounts but the being escorted back home by the torchlight procession being acclaimed in the senate patter patrick i father of his father land and of course one of the reasons that cicero was so pleased about all of this was that his career had been enticed civilian and rome was a society in which some of the highest rewards tended to be restricted to those who had been militry victorious so is a civilian consul who nonetheless saved the res publica that was tremendously exciting as a basis for further reputation but of course he does will go horribly wrong for him news we can come that in a moment but europe to prepare the free going horribly wrong but at that time moves at the height of his power he and was extraordinary rise arm we mustn't goes over this because he gets will be more and more important being that important denied.

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"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

In Our Time

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

"Yet not to that extent vigerously new integrations are going back to greece to learn is fascinating day it it is it was a it was a thing that many or some any way out of ambitious and intellectually ambitious young romance wanted to do and cicero travelled throughout greasy study in athens but went elsewhere to meet leading philosophers and roads and in other places and he later sent his son to do the same in of inge would have been in in some sort of contract on the road or not of modernising smoothie in sometimes contract were with the great greeks were very often told nemoto on this program yes so he he studies the all the scores of van hellenistic philosophy that were alive at the time and with some of their great figures said the stoic the epa koreans he his own allegiance was more to the skeptics so he took the view that you could you could support whatever arguments seemed most plausible but of course he became a great admirer of plato and his political works are very much written in dialogue with plato he we've got parking landell up the and then he at as i said an introduction monday aged forty two is young at the time find born the youngest ever he became a consul one of the two consuls in rome howdy how did he get that so quickly so he had to climb a ladder as it were that run the course of of offices have honors which was a series of elections they weren't elections quite as we know them their first past the post by by groups of classes organized by wealth said there's a difference structure to roman elections but what really made his name actually was a legal prosecution that he brought in the air seventy and against ad hoc a former governor of sicily who was being accused of extortion bribery murderer corruption on a vast scale and cicero prosecuted this man he went to sicily where he had previously served in a lower office collected amazing trunks and depositions of.

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"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

In Our Time

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"cicero" Discussed on In Our Time

"This is the bbc thanks for downloading this episode in our time the reading this to go with it on our website and you can get news about our programmes if you follow us on twitter bbc in our time i hope you enjoyed the programmes hello in sixty three bc marcus told cicero was elected as one of the two consuls in rome the highest political position a remarkable rise for someone born outside the establishment one of his goes was his table lies the republic which is under threat from armed conspirators irish across who claim to be a man of the people and generals who would be tyrants he suppressed a revolt to great acclaim executing the ringleaders without trial honored to be exiled for this act ones their supporters were in power exile gave him time to develop his ideas about the form the republic should take if he wants to survive how the powers would be balanced within is how to reconcile juju with self interest and how to deal with tyrants the true enemies as he sort of the people with me to discuss cicero's life and police coppola serie a melissa lane the class of 1943 professor politics at princeton university catherine steel professor of classics at the university of glasgow and valentina aruna rida in rome history a university college london manila most israeli background cicero came from a town outside round that he only recently been given the privilege of full citizenship so he was a no us homo he was a new man his family hadn't had historically political power political office in rome so you really had to make his way on his own merits but what did his family have they wound there were no wealthy enough can you give us a bit more than up yeah they were they were wealthy enough to be able to give him a good education and to support his desire to study first philosophy and athens and then to move to realm but they didn't have the history the legacy they didn't have the patrician standing on that would have made his path and politics easier they didn't have the network in rome usual muddle.

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"cicero" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"cicero" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"To on the internet to listen to little vignette sabau the declaration in july fourth you're not going to hear this and cicero wrote if the principles of justice were founded on the decreed peoples keep in mind cicero red aristotle the edicts apprentice with the decisions of judges then justice would sanction robbery and adultery and forgery of wills in case these acts were approved by the votes or decrees of the populace but if so great a power belongs to the decisions decrees decrees of fools that the laws of nature could be changed by their votes than why do they not ordain that what is bad and baneful shall be considered good and salutary let me stop there what he's saying what the framers said to these universal truths are not subject of votes by politicians or by our fellow man this is why they set up a republican this country not a democracy this is why were little are republicans constitutional republicans not populist aristotle cicero lock the foundress rejected all of that how can there be unalienable rights godgiven divine subject subject.

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"cicero" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"cicero" Discussed on KTRH

"To on the internet to listen to little vignettes about the declaration in july fourth you're not going to hear this and cicero wrote if the principles of justice were founded on the decrees peoples keep in mind cicero read aristotle the edicts apprentice with the decisions of judges than justice would sanction robbery and adultery and forgery wills and case these acts were approved by the votes or decrees are the populace but if so great a power belongs to the decisions and decrees of fools that the laws of nature could be changed by their votes than why do they not ordain that what is bad and baneful shall be considered good and salutary let me stop there so what he's saying what the framers said to these universal truths are not subject of votes by politicians or by our fellow man this is why they set up a republican this country not a democracy this is why were little are republicans constitutional republicans not populists aristotle cicero lock the foundress rejected all of that how can there be unalienable rights godgiven divine subject subject.

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"cicero" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"cicero" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You go to on the internet to listen to little vignette sabau the declaration in july fourth you're not going to hear this and cicero wrote if the principles of justice were founded on the decrees peoples keep in mind cicero red aristotle the edicts apprentice with the decisions of judges than justice which sanction robbery and adultery and forgery of wills in case these acts were approved by the votes or decrees are the populace but if so great a power belongs to the decisions and decrees of fools that the laws of nature could be changed by their votes than why do they not ordain that what is bad and baneful shall be considered good and salutary let me stop there what he's saying what the framers said to these universal truths are not subject of votes by politicians or by our fellow man this is why they set up a republican this country not a democracy this is why were little are republicans constitutional republicans not populist aristotle cicero lock the founders rejected all of that how can there be unalienable rights godgiven divine subject subject.

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