21 Burst results for "Daniel Webster"

"daniel webster" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | Last week

"daniel webster" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This house have taken the hallowed oath of office. And it is the oath that stitches us together in a long and storied heritage colleagues who served before us are all our colleagues, colleagues like Abraham Lincoln, Daniel Webster, Shirley Chisholm, Patsy menk, and our beloved John Lewis. Personally, it finds me as a colleague to my father, a proud new deal to congressman and one of the earliest Italian Americans to serve in the Congress. And this is an oath we are duty bound to keep, and it links us with the highest aspirations of the ages. In this room, our colleagues across history have abolished slavery, granted women the right to vote, establish social security and Medicare, offered a hand to the weak care to the sick, education to the young and hope to the many. Indeed, it is here under the gaze of our patriarch, George Washington, and the people's house that we have done the people's work. My colleagues I stand before you as Speaker of the House as a wife, a mother, a grandmother, a Java Catholic, a proud Democrat, and a patriotic American, a citizen of the greatest republic in the history of the world

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"daniel webster" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

05:35 min | 5 months ago

"daniel webster" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"July 3rd, died the next day. At his home in Monticello, Virginia. Meanwhile, since hundred miles away and Quincy Massachusetts, 90 year old John Adams was also on his deathbed. And he died soon after that. Entirely unaware of Jefferson's passing. Adams oblivious last words were reportedly, Thomas Jefferson still survives, and it was the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. That's some crazy stuff. It really is. And president John Quincy Adams stuck struck by his father and Thomas Jefferson dying, not just on the same day, but on such an historic occasion, he called the timing visible and palpable remarks of divine favor. Those are such wonderful words put in a row. Visible and palpable remarks of divine favor. I'm not even sure how he came up with that. That's beautiful. There was a Saturday back then, Daniel Webster, and he agreed. He agreed remarking in a eulogy a month after Adams and Jefferson's death, he said they were proof that our country and its benefactors are objects of God's care. And then I know this is like a history lesson, but it's really important. It's July. It's July 4th, these deaths are saying. 5 years after Jefferson and Adams passed away, James Monroe dies of tuberculosis at 73 years old. At his daughter's house in New York City, four days later, a paper in Boston said, again, our national anniversary has been marked by one of those events, which it may be scarcely permitted to ascribe the chance. That is shitty writing, you should know. I've never heard those words, I don't know what that again on national anniversary has been marked by one of those events which it may be scarcely permitted to ascribe the chance. Terrible writing, the use of too many words, but that's the way those people talk that then. Now, even though the timing of those three dance remains surprising even today, there's some creepy coincidences that are something that was tradition when it comes to American presidents. And there's an example. I know this is not like celebrity fame. I get it, but it's an interesting thing to hear. And believe me, I'll tie it up all together. I have got a show about Mickey Rooney coming in the next two minutes. You're going to love. It's the most in depth view of Mickey Rooney. You'll ever have. A 5 foot two inch cockman to beat the band. Had the most beautiful winner in Hollywood. I'll get to that in a second. Let me just get this presidential bullshit out of the way. But the most infamous set of eerie parallels. Theodore Roosevelt, his wife and mother died on the same day in 1884 on Valentine's Day. Now there are very famous parallels we can draw between the lives of Andrew of Andrew. Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy, maybe you've heard of these. Both were elected to Congress in 46, obviously in different centuries. Both became presidents in 60. Again, different centuries. Both lost sons while living in The White House..

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"daniel webster" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:49 min | 5 months ago

"daniel webster" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"The close cluster of July 4th, as really weird. Especially given the prehistoric prehistoric, the historic importance of that day. The first adult Thomas Jefferson was 83 years old at the time. And he was bedridden for a month with a bunch of different physical bullshit ailments. He called a fever on July 3rd, died the next day. At his home in Monticello, Virginia. Meanwhile, since hundred miles away and Quincy Massachusetts, 90 year old John Adams was also on his deathbed. And he died soon after that. Entirely unaware of Jefferson's passing. Adams oblivious last words were reportedly, Thomas Jefferson still survives, and it was the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. That's some crazy stuff. It really is. And president John Quincy Adams stuck struck by his father and Thomas Jefferson dying, not just on the same day, but on such an historic occasion, he called the timing visible and palpable remarks of divine favor. Those are such wonderful words put in a row. Visible and palpable remarks of divine favor. I'm not even sure how he came up with that. That's beautiful. There was a Saturday back then, Daniel Webster, and he agreed. He agreed remarking in a eulogy a month after Adams and Jefferson's death, he said they were proof that our country and its benefactors are objects of God's care. And then I know this is like a history lesson, but it's really important. It's July. It's July 4th, these deaths are saying. 5 years after Jefferson and Adams passed away, James Monroe dies of tuberculosis at 73 years old. At his daughter's house in New York

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AJ Looks at the Cluster of Presidential Deaths on July 4th

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:49 min | 5 months ago

AJ Looks at the Cluster of Presidential Deaths on July 4th

"The close cluster of July 4th, as really weird. Especially given the prehistoric prehistoric, the historic importance of that day. The first adult Thomas Jefferson was 83 years old at the time. And he was bedridden for a month with a bunch of different physical bullshit ailments. He called a fever on July 3rd, died the next day. At his home in Monticello, Virginia. Meanwhile, since hundred miles away and Quincy Massachusetts, 90 year old John Adams was also on his deathbed. And he died soon after that. Entirely unaware of Jefferson's passing. Adams oblivious last words were reportedly, Thomas Jefferson still survives, and it was the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. That's some crazy stuff. It really is. And president John Quincy Adams stuck struck by his father and Thomas Jefferson dying, not just on the same day, but on such an historic occasion, he called the timing visible and palpable remarks of divine favor. Those are such wonderful words put in a row. Visible and palpable remarks of divine favor. I'm not even sure how he came up with that. That's beautiful. There was a Saturday back then, Daniel Webster, and he agreed. He agreed remarking in a eulogy a month after Adams and Jefferson's death, he said they were proof that our country and its benefactors are objects of God's care. And then I know this is like a history lesson, but it's really important. It's July. It's July 4th, these deaths are saying. 5 years after Jefferson and Adams passed away, James Monroe dies of tuberculosis at 73 years old. At his daughter's house in New York

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"daniel webster" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

08:24 min | 5 months ago

"daniel webster" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Shapiro. In the span of just a few hours the country took two big steps in different directions on guns last week. On Thursday morning the Supreme Court struck down a century old law limiting concealed carry permits in New York. The decision signaled that state and local restrictions around the country might be next. Later in the day, the Senate passed the first major federal gun legislation in three decades. The bill would toughen up background checks for gun buyers between 18 and 21, expand a prohibition on gun purchases by those convicted of domestic abuse, and send hundreds of millions of dollars towards mental health and school safety resources. To understand the real world impact of these changes, we're joined now by Daniel Webster of Johns Hopkins University. His research focuses on policies intended to reduce gun violence. Welcome to all things considered. Thanks for having me. To start with the action in Congress, senator Chris Murphy, Democrat of Connecticut, is one of the sponsors of the Senate legislation. And he says, this bill will save thousands of lives. Is he right? Well, I certainly hope so. I definitely think that the overall package will lead to less gun violence and therefore translate into lives saved. How many really will be determined on how these policies get implemented. A lot of this is a spending bill of pumping dollars into localities to address gun violence. And how they actually use those resources will determine their ultimate impact, which provision do you think is likely to potentially have the biggest impact? The things that I'm focused on right now is addressing the so called dating partner gap in domestic violence misdemeanor prohibitions, we know that domestic violence these days are intimate partner violence. It's much more likely to involve dating partners than spouses. And if you look at the data, that's really where we should be focused. So I'm very pleased to see that gap addressed. Many of the provisions in the legislation seem designed to address mass shootings like the one you value Texas as horrific as those shootings are, they actually make up a small percentage of total gun deaths. Do you think that focus makes sense if we're trying to reduce gun violence around the country? Well, certainly mass shootings are important even though they're small proportionally to the larger problem of gun violence. But I think you're absolutely right that what our country desperately needs is legislation and policy making that really looks at the totality of gun violence that affects our communities. One thing we did not talk about is that there is $250 million being allocated for community violence intervention programs. I think that definitely will translate into less gun violence in the most affected communities. I'm picking $250 million that's like not a lot per big city. I'm not sure how far that goes in a country as big as the United States. Definitely, you're absolutely correct. And I think it's also important to sort of hold that in contrast to the 750 million that's directed more at the problem of mass shooting. So you can look at those $2 allocations to see the mismatch of what gun violence looks like in America. And what are policymakers are responding to? Even as the Senate was taking this step to limit gun violence, the Supreme Court expanded access to guns. How effective were concealed carry laws like the one in New York that the justices overturned? Well, they were effective. This is one of the most studied forms of gun policy. What that research shows is that when states do what the Supreme Court says now they must do that that translates into more gun violence. Is there any way to look at the totality of these actions by Congress and the Supreme Court and judge what the upshot is, whether it will ultimately lead to more or less gun violence in the United States? Well, I wish I had a crystal ball. I don't, but my gut tells me that long-term, we may see more harm than good from what transpired in recent days. It's Daniel Webster co director of the center for gun violence solutions at Johns Hopkins University. Thank you. Thank you. When we first tried to reach Charles Hoffman yesterday afternoon, he was in the back of an ambulance. Hoffman was one of close to 300 people on board an Amtrak train. It was traveling from Los Angeles to Chicago yesterday when it collided with the dump truck in rural Missouri. The intersection was an unguarded crossing, no gates or bells, just a simple stop sign marked railroad crossing. Four people were killed, including the truck's driver. And over 100 were injured, including Charles Hoffman, he goes by Chad, and we were able to get him on the line today. Hi Chad. Hello. First of all, I just want to ask, how are you doing? Are you doing all right? You know, I feel blessed to be alive, but bumped up bruised up and kind of tattered and sore. At 400 pounds, I had a hard time getting out of that train yesterday. It was hell on earth. Okay, so what was the moment of the collision like? Tell us what happened. Well, I was riding backwards by blessing because I didn't fly forward on the impact, but all I heard was a bam, bang, boom. And all of a sudden, the train dropped down, which I thought was probably when I went off track. And then I was like, bam, bam, bam, bam, riding down the wood a little bit. The wood rail ties. And then all of a sudden, we started going over, going over it. It felt like forever, I went over and then it hit down and broke off my window and then it was all hell broke loose because I was laying down there and on the bottom side with all the rocks coming through the window from the train track. You said it went over and over. Your car overturned then. It overturned at overturned salt to the left held down all the way down and just get it Forever, I felt like anyway. And when it did stop, what happened then? How did you get out of that train car? Well, to tell you the truth, I was laying there. I had a couple pillows just to get my bearings and it was so dusty and I'm on oxygen, by the way. So all I heard was, are you okay? Anybody in here? I'm like, I'm in here. I had a long ways to go to get out, but I just kind of rolled my way out. I'm a big guy. And then I kind of pushed my way up. I felt like I had Hercules strength with my adrenaline pumping. I got to the top of the train, we were up there for quite a while because they weren't bringing any ladders for a long time. And then a big guy down on the bottom taught me into walking down the big rail wheels. And that was really hard, but that's the last second. He's like, just let go. I'll catch you, some big guy under me. But going I'll catch you. And I'm like, are you sure? Anyway, excuse me. But he called me. Certainly. I got down. What happened after you got out? What happened then? They finally got me to the hospital. They checked me in and they got me in quick because they thought I was having cardiac cardiac symptoms because of my heart rate was so high and my blood pressure was really elevated. I had the cold sweat, so I thought that was something really wrong. So they got me into that actually it was just everything checked out for the most part and then it was a long day in the ER Chad not everyone chooses to travel by train when they do. What made you choose Amtrak for the trip that you took yesterday? Absolutely. Good question. At 400 pounds, I can't really fly. If I did it, that's by two seats probably I can't afford that. So mainly because I can't fly. I mean, I did enjoy in fact this is the third time I've done it. I will say I'll never be on a train again for many years, many, many years. The whole night when I was trying to fall asleep, I kept getting flashbacks. And visuals and things running through my head and I made it very hard to sleep, but I'm okay I'm alive and I'm sitting in a recliner actually drinking a Diet Coke and actually feeling averagely decent right now. So I guess that's a blessing? That's Chad Hoffman. He was aboard the Amtrak train that derailed in rural Missouri. Thanks so much Chad glad you're safe. Thank you. This is NPR news. And this is all things considered on 90.1 W ABE. I'm Jim burris. Right now in the city, we have partly

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"daniel webster" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"daniel webster" Discussed on DV Radio

"I know right. I mean at least nobody tried to eat right. That's true but someone did touch it and she said it felt cool because i just had to poke a poked. Stick with anything. I call the guy in love with an ashtray would poke it with his dick fell in love with to the dumpster the stumps cave life for those who want to see the blob in person. We have some bad news They said she the employee whatever told thrill list that the blob and the dumpster were removed shortly after she to pictures. But don't worry. We gathered as much information about the blob as possible including how the maskco smells and the response was it smelled like beer and i like the smell of beer so i thought it smelled pretty amazing. I would hope it smelt like beer. It's fucking yeast. Smell like anything other than that. That'd be questioning fucking domino's fucking ingredients in there fucking. Does i mean seriously i agree. I mean i would expect the smell of little muskie like the mold but other than that it better smelling smelly and beer. Oh man san francisco public schools. Add mindfulness meditation to curriculum. Saw worth suzy. Brennan instructed first graders on wednesday. Daniel webster elementary school in protrero hill. Mindfulness focuses on slow and deliberate breathing and brennan students sat on the floor as saint listen to her calming voice. Their funding first graders probably fell the fucking asleep. When we're focusing on our breath we can use it as an anchor. Brennan told the students so if remind starts to wander away we just gently bring it right back and notice breathing. I understand meditation. I i i use we all use it to some extent we all do. It's it's a fact wife but there are fucking first graders. Who are hyper fucking vigilant about everything until it school time and then they just wanna sleep. And get flack out of there. That's it half fun. Fuck about breathing. Well okay they fuck about breathing. Give fuck about thinking about breathing out over. Fifty seven thousand students attend school in the district and each of them will learn about mindfulness this year. The district said it introduced technique into every grades curriculum for the twenty twenty one. Twenty two school year This would include highschoolers. Yeah okay Thank you for wasting taxpayers dollars on stupid shit. Instead of teaching them basic needs like how to balance a checkbook or to apply for a job but teach them out of control their breathing. Thank you so much break. Dr vincent mathews district superintendent joint in on wednesdays lesson. He took deep breaths alongside a class of six year olds participating in a social and emotional learning technique. Matthew said is focused on the whole student. He also said it's to make sure students know they're welcomed and cared for Light vocalized their welcomed and cared for. Don't teach them how to fucking controlling brennan said teachers staff also benefit from this calming technique. Who's said those.

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"daniel webster" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"daniel webster" Discussed on WBUR

"No, I don't think anyone does. I I think we're all trying to figure out why it would be the case. Um, and most people ask the same question. You ask, why would this be true? And I don't know why it would be true. Even if we don't know why. Just knowing that that other path is there just below the surface, you know, almost like wanting to express itself does make you think a different way about how rigidly we define ourselves. I think we like to bend people as male or female, and we have always put people into piles, but I think there's a tremendous amount of middle ground. Even when you're just talking about, you know things like the level of testosterone you're making or the level of estrogen you're making or the shape of your genitalia or Many other features that we can we we've been as male or female. I think there is a lot of there's a lot of variation between the two piles. And maybe we just haven't appreciated the variation that exists naturally in our population for an extended version of the story head to our website radio lab dot org slash Go Nats there. I call my sisters and I tell them about their inner Daniel Webster's, but I think you guys walked out because Was the one that was raised with.

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"daniel webster" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"daniel webster" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"Bitcoin uses a theology of cryptography to prove its sovereignty. Refusing the yoke of any authority except for the mathematical proofs of spinoza. In god alone. Just as martin. Luther opened the schism from which the people could throw off the yoke of state religion. So too has to toshi pointed us towards the path of liberation. He has given us hope in. This world of avarice vacuous nece and corruption. While creating the opportunity to create real commonality of wealth that is beyond the corruption of men to become something so much greater to create a better world. Roy moore fair and just kind of money and economic organization is to create the opening from which the messianic prophecy can be fulfilled. Bitcoin is messianic. For the very reason that it opens a path towards the practical refusal of all law through economic means alone the one and only commonwealth of law one day humanity will play with law just as children play with disused objects not in order to restore them to the canonical use but to free them from it for good giorgio. Aygun state of exception. There is no more negotiation pleading with the politicians or hoping to convenience the status of otherwise. This is a war. Over control of the control of wealth who is entitled to create it and how it should be monitored controlled issued and tokenist. The present history of all states is a history of mass exploitation through fiat monetary systems economic regulation and total social liquidation. The state's control of money is its ring of power to widget demands to oversee every facet of our lives and every bitcoin owner is here to destroy it in the anarchist tradition. Bitcoin screams with a thunderous crack. No gods no masters. We refused to capitulate our economic social and political power to the insane corruption and idiotic mission of such a society. As this we seek to destroy this disgusting system of exploitation solis consumerization and free our friends and family from the camps that every state has set up around the whole of life we will no longer allow for the false gods of any state or their masters of fiat capital. To tell us what is right and wrong. What is for our own good safety or otherwise as daniel webster warned us. Nearly two centuries ago there are men and all ages who mean to exercise power usefully but who mean to exercise it. They mean to govern well but they mean to govern. They promised to be kind masters but they mean to be masters the issuance control and monopolization of money to control the entirety of the wealth of the human race is nothing short of the final political objective of the evil of man and the avarice that is his infinite vice for.

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Barack Obama Is Now the Target of a Woke Mob

The Rubin Report

01:23 min | 1 year ago

Barack Obama Is Now the Target of a Woke Mob

"Activists in chicago are protesting the renaming of chicago school. Because barack obama is a quote oppressor yeah. That's right This is from fox. News will caulkins. I think. I got the pronunciation right there. Board of education met tuesday evening debate renaming. Thomas jefferson middle school and daniel webster middle school after it was decided that historical figures either owned slaves or supported slavery one of the top contenders for thomas jefferson middle schools. New name is that of the first black president barack obama and former lady michelle but that name is drawing the ire of immigration activists and some in the latino community. Activists staged a protest outside the board meeting tuesday. We've got a quote here from edgar castellanos who's a school board member of district sixty. He said. i will not be part of renaming school after someone who did not and does not represent the undocumented community fox news went on to say the obama administration deported one point one eight one point eight million people in three years and under trump about eight hundred thousand were deported in the first three years. So barack obama did deport more illegal. People bend scary orange man. This

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"daniel webster" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"daniel webster" Discussed on KGO 810

"Ronn Owens. When I heard the San Francisco school board voted to change the names of over a third of the city schools, I realized I couldn't in good conscience. He's my $1 or $5 bills anymore. Washington Lincoln. Yeah, Heights and to think I've been carrying their pictures around in my wallet for years, But then I remembered. I had a $2 bill that I'd saved. Yes, maybe that one's okay. But sadly, I checked and found out it had the portrait of another person to be ashamed of. Thomas Jefferson. Seriously, You know, it must be about something truly ridiculous When I find myself in agreement with former President Trump, the San Francisco School board has made it impossible for the rest of the country not to laugh, snicker or just shake their heads that people have taken one of the greatest cities in the world and turned it into a laughing stock. Here's the background in 2018, the school board voted to create a task force to study the names of district schools. This group then met several times and, in their collective wisdom decided the names of 44 schools should be changed. The rationale was, how can we in good faith name schools for slave owners, colonizers or others connected to genocide, racism or oppression? Of course, the name George Washington comes to mind or Abraham Lincoln and certainly Dianne Feinstein. How could we ever have thought otherwise? You could take the side of the school board by pointing out that respected historian should be listened to Yeah, but none were asked to weigh in on the issue. They weren't invited. Or perhaps you could say there was an inordinate amount of study given to each individual. Yeah, again, But the background that utilized was so slapdash. They didn't know whether Roosevelt Middle School was named after theater or Franklin. Finally, let's throw in another word. Timing. Why are they doing this now? Do they know we're in a pandemic? Has the school board done all it can to make sure kids are getting the best education possible in the absence of in person learning. The board members truly believe that extraordinary high school like Lowell will somehow make it students perform even better with a new name with minority students be better, helped by spending money on renaming their schools or extra tutoring. My Facebook page. I ask Keijo, a 10 Lister's how they feel about the plan to rename so many San Francisco public schools, Jerry says. With all the things the school board could be working on to improve our Children's education, this is what they settled on. Embarrassing, Patricia says. Teach history Learn good or bad. Don't erase it. Marshall says. This is ludicrous. What happened learning history and appreciating it For all, it's good and bad, Ray says. All that money could be better spent. Jason agrees, saying Absolutely, Street improvement, More police But let's waste it on the leading history. Event s. Where do you find 44 names that are not offensive to someone. Elouise notes that in the newly decorated Oval Office President Biden has portrait's of four the people who are being written off FDR, Lincoln, Washington and Daniel Webster. He also has Franklin Jefferson and Hamilton portrait. Tim looks to the future and says So. In a few years when the vegan movement takes hold in the United States, all mediators will be removed from school names. Let's get rid of anything named for M L King because he liked a good steak, ignoring all the good that he did. Scott says, seems like this could have been written by the staff at Fox News to make liberals look dumb. And finally, Rocco says, I went to Mount Diablo, so I guess the devil's okay. That's the Ron Owens report Every weekday at 11 30 again at 3 37 30 on kgo 8 10. You're listening to the Mark Thompson show coming up at noon. It's Pat Thurston nine kg Oh, wait, 10. What is this, Albert? The song is called Look by Red Velvet. It's a K pop moment. Check it out. Hmm. Mm mm. Good. Don't know about this One feels kind of generic. You know, what the hell do I know, though, E mean it's about bad as it can possibly get? No, it's not as bad as compulsively get, just like kind of a generic dance track. It sounds like but I'm song to Beverly Hills Cop. Yeah, it does Have that kind of what is that 80 feel so old? No beyond discussion show that I don't think it's that bad. But what is it again? Albert? What? You calm, But look, my red Hillman. Well, okay. I love it. Okay. All right. Well, there you have it. The whole list is on Albert's Twitter feed at fresh face, Albert. Where Keijo a 10 I, Mark Thompson and we typically on Thursdays. Get to the planet. I will get.

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"daniel webster" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"daniel webster" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Armstrong and Getty show. You know, California has a reputation of being pretty darn nutty in San Francisco in particular, and this following segment will indicate how it is well earned. And appropriate. So the San Francisco school District one of the biggest school district in the country, which by the way next year will be $75 million in the Red. Nice had a school board meeting the other night. Um, to follow up on some stuff from two years ago in 2018. The school board or than an advisory committee came up with a list of schools that they should change the names of because they're they're they're They're just mean spirited. We shouldn't have schools named after slave owners, for instance, like Washington and Jefferson, and that got some attention, But the school board made it clear well, that's just advisory committee. That doesn't mean it's going to make it to the school board doesn't mean we're gonna vote on. It doesn't mean it's gonna pass. Calm down. Trump tweeted about it, though, which kind of raised the stakes a little bit, So I think that has something to do with this and made the mainstream media say no, no, no, Don't worry about this. If Trump's against it, then it's got to be fine. So there was a school board meeting on Tuesday night. The agenda did not include By the way items related to Academic or the academic achievement or the health impact on students or about reopening schools or any of the stuff that's going on with schools right now, right back to your kids are depressed and not learning anything like that. They didn't have any time for them trying to find a way I can hold the newspaper and get some light. Here is an actual newspaper folks. It's so charming. It is. And I find them way easier to read them. And what they do online, but anyway Much of the meeting was dedicated issues related to racism, including the renaming as well of schools as well as this. For instance, the board unanimously Voted to issue a formal apology to Native American families for land theft and the pain and trauma caused by racist imagery in textbook and mascots. Over the years, the school Board of San Francisco apologizing for how much land did they thieve? So again, no time for the head. Kids are killing themselves and not learning anything. How could we get the school's open? No time on that apologize for land theft Indians that sort stuff and then got to the whole renaming 44 San Francisco schools, which they voted unanimously to do. And includes Ah, whole bunch of big names like Washington, Lincoln and Jefferson. Let me read this op ed piece in The Chronicle today, which I really like This is from the Chronicle editorial board. By the way, the liberal San Francisco Ciara nickel For the past year, the shuttered San Francisco schools have been schools in name only. So perhaps it's perhaps it's fitting that the school board has taken occupying itself by tinkering with their names. The members of the city's board of Education happening largely quit the education business and rebranded themselves as amateur historians found much of history unfit for the honor of association with their empty classrooms. The school board voted late Tuesday to rename 44 schools. As we mentioned, the cleansing extends to fully a third of the district's campuses, sparing no name that, according to the Internet, research of the board, and its emissaries, quote significantly diminished the opportunities of those amongst us to the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. As the board resolution put it, Never mind. That the name of the man for whom the board just quoted Thomas Jefferson was deemed no longer suitable for attachment to one of the schools. It's just kind of lately immune to wisdom and IRA. It is pretty funny that they called life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Then take Thomas Jefferson's name off of a school in the same meeting nine not like arguing with a dog, but a very dangerous one. This is from the editorial board of The Chronicle, by the way. Such is amazing. In fact, nine of the 10 presidents who lent their names to city schools fell short of the school board's stringent standards up to including George Washington. There may have been some confusion over which Roosevelt was the namesake of the middle school. But it didn't matter. The school names Advisory Committee judged both of them too offensive. While most of the country's rightly engaged in removing racist monuments to the Confederacy on Lian San Francisco, must the heroes of the union be toppled? Naming goes through some of the biggest names. I've got the entire 44 schools here. I don't know a lot of these names. But some of our amazing obviously George Washington who is on a high school, you know who George Washington is. I do indeed. Um Herbert Hoover, US president. They can't be on a school for some reason, because he lived in the past and had the attitudes of the past. That's why and because, as we made the point earlier, Marxists need to erase our history. Paul Revere was taken off a K through eight school. There's an Alamo Elementary. They took the name Alamo off of a school. They didn't like them. People shout Mexican immigrants from they're planning a Hispanic names were taken off because they were Spanish explorers. That is, you know, um, Imperialists who came to take over the land. Well, wait a minute there, the ancestors of the Hispanic people. Who are victims? You got bicycle. Basco deal. Balboa, You got Pedro deal of Alvarado. Lots of Spanish names. James Garfield, U. S president. William Henry Gratin and Irish author Thomas Jefferson. Francis Scott Key. Wow, can't be on It was an elementary school named after him. William McKinley. Another president, James Marshall Solomon, who is a sawmill. Where are sawmill worker at Sutter's mill? For some reason, you can't be on there. James Monroe, another president, John Muir, the naturalist, environmentalist father of the National Park System. Jose Art IGA, Spanish colonizer. Jose Bernardo Sanchez, Spanish missionary Jenna Poor Sarah. Spanish priest. Philip Sheridan. It's a general to comes to Sherman. Okay, those air confederates. That's not surprising, though. Those people are coming off. No, no, no. Sherman's on the right side. What am I talking about? Their hey was on the winning side Doesn't matter. Sure. Robert Louis Stevenson, author. Daniel Webster considered the greatest senator of all time. US statesman. Uh, probably had the attitudes of his day about women or gay or something and can't listen. Webster, one of the great abolitionists That doesn't matter, obviously. Well, right. That's what I'm saying. For anybody who thinks well, yeah, You can't have racism He and Lincoln I mean, between the two of them may be the greatest freres of humanity in our history. Lots of people showed up to argue on behalf of having these school names changed. They don't know what they're going to change them to yet, but they've got toe. Ah, while to come up with names and all that sort of stuff. I'm sure that's gonna be God. Can you imagine how that's going to be argued among the walk crowd? Yeah, Who's better than who? The pecking order of that? That's gonna be very complicated baby, remind you, probably of the utterly ridiculous Oregon who gets vaccinated board. That would spend endless in days arguing about whether you know blind lesbians should get the shot first. Or I don't know Immigrant to amputees, one of the quotes in the newspaper the argument at school board meeting was we have we have Children walking around our high school with the names of slave owners on their chest?.

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"daniel webster" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"daniel webster" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Continue their push to impeach We will have picked impeach the president on on Wednesday. Massachusetts Democrat Stephen Lynch. The congressman says they have the votes in the House to impeach. But the Senate majority leader says there's no time in the schedule for trial until the day before Inauguration. ABC is Mona Co star today with more on that, If Trump is impeached in the House, the question becomes. When will the Senate begin a trial? The chamber is in recess until the day before Joe Biden's inauguration. Incoming majority leader Chuck Schumer, is exploring using an obscure rule, which allows him to call an emergency session for a trial. But President elect bite and Monday suggested senators And conduct an impeachment trial after his inauguration by splitting their time. But is an Expos facto impeachment trial for civilian Donald Trump even legal under the US Constitution. Former Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz, who defended the president during his first impeachment trial, says No. What they want to do is just impeach him. And then have it hanging over him without giving him an opportunity to have a trial and defend himself while he's still president. Does the schedule doesn't permit it? So there are two options? One? The impeachment? Nothing happens. That is, they just have it hanging over him is is if somebody's indicted and they don't give him an opportunity to go to trial and defend themselves, or the other possibility is they will try to put him on trial in the Senate. After he leaves office. We can't do that. The Constitution on Lee provides for impeachment for people who are in office. Dershowitz on night side with Dan Ray last night and right now it's 10 03. We checked traffic on the threes for you. These super retailers of New England All will drive traffic on the threes. We're joined by Kevin Brennan. Good morning there Lower. Let's start it off south of town with Ruth. Three North bound here in Braintree. You jammed up from the Bergen Parkway. Getting up to these right lane work crews on the ramp to 93 South bound. You get on the expressway North bear. We're gonna clear that crash right at the merge there that has been cleared away. All lanes reopened. And then you're looking pretty good up past the Ponte it and Columbia Road, South bound Expressway. 10 minute ride for you from Boston. Right down to the Braintree Split over and stowed in 24 north bound. You got break plates getting by work crews set up here at 1 39. And down on the Cape again today, Route six westbound Today you're hung up into the work zone after Route 1 34 Here in Yar myth up to the north through one north bound, tied up in the right lane Bridge work here from Route 60 and Revere getting upto Lynch Street over in Nashua, New Hampshire. Every turnpike South found two lanes are blocked today for work at the Daniel Webster Highway. That's exit three and we are getting some slowdowns through that. Over and Lowell got a portion of the father, Maher said. Boulevard shut down today between a King Street and Pawtucket Street for work on the Pawtucket Street Bridge over the northern Canal. Haven't Brennan WBC's traffic on the threes. All right, Kevin, we'll check back with.

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"daniel webster" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"daniel webster" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Committed to continuing those efforts while remaining true to those people. The team in this country Adam Kaufman, WBC Boston's news radio. Thank you, Adam 9 13 back out to the roadways now and every 10 minutes. Let's check in again with Lori Grandi. It's the Subaru retailers of New England. All wheel drive traffic on the threes. All right, Jeff, a couple of issues plaguing our friends to the north. We have an overturned vehicle in Hampton, New Hampshire, right now, it actually went off the road and then overturned. This is on 95 North bound just after The arrest area They're inhabited. Work continues as well. On the every turnpike south on two left hand lanes are closed off and national just after the Daniel Webster highway and they're working once again today and Salem, this time of the North bound side, 93 North bend at the Rockingham Park Boulevard. Their exit one watch out for delays as well still through Wilmington, with the crash. The offer was actually blocked right now. 93 South bound to route 62 off ramp completely blocked off right now. Is they clear that crash in Wilmington? It Mansfield still dealing with a single car crash. It is in the breakdown lane, though 95 north on by 4 95 there in Mansfield Work crews have set up shop now on Route three North found. This is at the split in Braintree. So watch out for delays. They want to get on the expressway that continues to be heavy and slow as well. Getting a past Columbia road, There's a disabled vehicle in the medium to watch out for this is in herel 4 95 south on right by the Ward Hill connector. Still dealing with another breakdown. This is on 95 north bound in Westwood in the median right by university. Have Lori granted visas. Traffic on the three little bit of sunshine a little bit of clouds this morning in Boston 31 degrees right now, what you see is what you're gonna get. For the next couple of days. We'll top 40 degrees later on. Local.

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"daniel webster" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"daniel webster" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On the every Turnpike South out just after the Daniel Webster highway in Nashua, Laurie granted WBC's traffic on the three Not bad for mid January standards. Let's check the four day WBC Anke Weather forecast. Now here's meteorologist Matt Bends. He must have to wonder. How long is this warm weather going to last? And it's going to last through at least Friday, Then some changes as we progress into this weekend as we finally get closer to him or January like weather for today, those sunny to partly cloudy skies high of 42 degrees, then for tonight, patchy clouds not bad. 28 degrees downtown. Chilly, though in lands of those inland suburbs, dipping down near 20 degrees tomorrow, mix of sun and clouds high of 42 Thursday sunshine, mixing with some clouds once again. It's going to be mild or high. 45 milder yet for Friday, with clouds increasing through the afternoon high 47 degrees. There could be some rain again late Friday night, and that's a cooling trend signal as we progress into this weekend. I'm actually meteorologist Map ends WBZ Boston's news Radio 30 in Boston. Good morning. It's 8 55 on a Tuesday and let's head the Hollywood CEC Entertainment news now. Billy costume and her sister station Kiss. Wanna Wait? So for 40 hours, we are celebrating Matt's Eagles 40th anniversary on Kiss. Wanna wait? And that happens. So is Bruins President Cam Neely. Maddie Cam Neely. Here? Congratulations on 40 years and kiss one away. Here's to another 40 and Julian Edelman in on the celebration. Maddie just want to say congratulations. 40 year forties into 30, Bud. And again, it's 40 straight hours.

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"daniel webster" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"daniel webster" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You every single Sunday right here answering your questions and talking about the things that truly matter and life. And, of course, the afterlife. Steve, Welcome to the Jesus Christ Show. You. How can I help you? Well, basically, we'll have Two questions and what one is Hey, there's King there was at me can able Mm hmm. Okay. Cain killed Abel and then Okay, let you know I am a Christian. Right? Okay. I'm going in and But this kind of bugged me for a while, um, can kill table and then was banished to the line of not correct. Yes, OK, And then he took a bull mate. Okay. We re dealing with if there was only supposed to be Adam and Eve in Cannes able know the Bible doesn't say that. Okay. Okay, then I was missing. Misunderstood the Bible. Then let me think. So it's a If you get into Scripture, you'll see that in Genesis 54. It says the buy in the Bible that Adam begat sons and daughters. No. Okay, And a lot of people pass over that, um and kind of go well, where they because they're not talked about the same reason why Cain and Abel or talked about is because they were the first and it was the first murder. So the intensity of that makes it come to the forefront and becomes important to the narrative of Scripture. But there were girls and so cane most likely married his sister or possibly even Anethe. Right? Yeah, There was kind of that thing going on back then, before the gene quote was Um I'm not infected, but it got messed up. And then God put a stop to it. Yeah, because if you think about it, um Leviticus 18 6, where condemns incest comes much later. Much much later. So there were no in genetic imperfections that time in the human race, because God, of course, created genetically perfect Adam in Genesis, 1 27. And the defects kind of come from the fall. And occurred gradually over long periods of time. And there's no command in Cane's Day. Not too Mary, a close relative. Because Leviticus 18 came Thousands of years later, right? That makes sense. Okay, well, that that's awesome. So I hope that helps it was. I have one more question. Okay, Quickly. We're up against the clock. Okay? Is it possible that tell yourself I mean No, no. The impression of the the term is literary term that came from You know the concept of the of of signing a contract and things like that. Daniel Webster, the Devil and Daniel Webster these types of things, but the reality is The concept of selling your soul is doing things. They're antithetical against the will of God in such a way that it's more worth to you to get those things today on this world than it is to live a good life, And in that sense people refer to that is selling your soul. But it's there is no there's no way to sell your soul. Your soul doesn't belong to you to begin with, in that sense. So the concept of selling your soul really is cheapening the value of who you are in God's eyes by trying to get you know, use your gifts and abilities for something now. For quick. You know, quick response on quick, feel good, whatever it might be. And in that sense you sell yourself short. People use that term s o your soul, but the devil cannot take your soul. Or anything like that. You could just reject God unto death. In which it's basically given to the enemy by default, because in hell there's the absence of the salvation of God. And therefore it can't be quenched. And therefore it is final. But not in the concept of the, you know, sign on the dotted line or or something like that Bedazzled. That remake those types of things. Um, that's not scriptural. You are listening to the Jesus Christ Show to ask your question. Dolly 105 to 01534 faced a hand against this guy, okay? So the hour on the half and when it breaks I'm Rob Newton. Life from the campfire 24 hour news room. House Democrats are planning to introduce a.

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"daniel webster" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"daniel webster" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Is I'm with you every single Sunday right here answering your questions and talking about the things that truly matter in life. And, of course, the afterlife. Steve, Welcome to the Jesus Christ Show. You. How can I help you? Well, basically, we'll have Two questions. What one is Hey, there's came. There was harmony can able Mm hmm. Okay. Cain killed Abel and then Okay, You know, I am a Christian. Right? Okay. I'm going in and But it's kind of bugged me for a while, um, can kill table and then was banished to the line of not correct. Yes, OK, And then he took a bull mate. Okay, who did the language? If there was only supposed to be Adam and Eve in can enable know the Bible doesn't say that. Okay. Okay, then I was missing. Misunderstood the Bible, then driving Frank. So it's a If you get into Scripture, you'll see that in Genesis 54. It says the buy in the Bible that Adam begat sons and daughters. Oh, Okay, And a lot of people pass over that, um and kind of go Well, we're day because they're not talked about the same reason why Cain and Abel or talked about is because they were the first and it was the first murder. So the intensity of that makes it come to the forefront and becomes important to the narrative of Scripture. But there were girls and so cane most likely married his sister or possibly even a niece. Right? Yeah, There was kind of that thing going on back then, for the gene quote was Um I'm not infected, but it got left up. And then God put a stop to it. Yeah, because if you think about it, um Leviticus 18 6, where condemns incest comes much later. Much much later. So there were no in genetic imperfections that time in the human race, because God, of course, created genetically perfect Adam in Genesis, 1 27. And the defects kind of come from the fall. And occurred gradually over long periods of time. And there's no command in Cane's day not to marry close relative. Because Leviticus 18 came, Um Thousands of years later, right? That makes sense. Okay, well, that that's awesome. So I hope that helps it was. I have one more question. Okay, Quickly. We're up against the clock. Okay? Is it possible that tell yourself I mean No, no. The impression of the term is literary term that came from You know the concept of the of of signing a contract and things like that. Daniel Webster, the Devil and Daniel Webster these types of things, but the reality is The concept of selling your soul is doing things. They're antithetical against the will of God in such a way that it's more worth to you to get those things today on this world than it is to live a good life, And in that sense people refer to that is selling your soul. But it's there is no there's no way to sell your soul. Your soul doesn't belong to you to begin with, in that sense. So the concept of selling your soul really is cheapening the value of who you are in God's eyes by trying to get you know, use your gifts and abilities for something now. For quick. You know, quick response on quick, feel good, whatever it might be. And in that sense you sell yourself short. People use that term sl your soul, but the devil cannot take your soul. Or anything like that. You could just reject God unto death. In which it's basically given to the enemy by default, because in hell there's the absence of the salvation of God. And therefore it can't be quenched. And therefore it is final. But not in the concept of he, you know, sign on the dotted line or or something like that Bedazzled. That remake those types of things. Um, that's not scriptural. You are listening to the Jesus Christ Show to ask your question, Dolly 105 to 01534 and against the sky s O. Okay, I news on the hour on the half, and when it breaks, I'm getting Max live from the camp. By 24 hour news room. Many funeral homes in southern California are.

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"daniel webster" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"daniel webster" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Sunday right here answering your questions and talking about the things that truly matter and life. And, of course, the afterlife. Steve, Welcome to the Jesus Christ Show. You. How can I help you? Well, basically, we'll have Two questions. What one is Hey, there's came. There was only me can able Mm hmm. Okay. Cain killed Abel and then Okay, let you know I am a Christian. Right? Okay. I'm born again and But it's kind of bug you for a while, um, can killed Abel and then was banished to the line of not correct. Yes, OK, And then he took a barmaid. Okay. Who did he made with if there was only supposed to be Adamant even can enable know the Bible doesn't say that. Okay. Okay, then I will miss. Misunderstood the Bible. Then let me think. So it's a If you get into Scripture, you'll see that in Genesis 54. It says the buy in the Bible that Adam begat sons and daughters. No. Okay, And a lot of people pass over that, um and kind of go Well, we're day because they're not talked about the same reason why Cain and Abel or talked about is because they were the first and it was the first murder. So the intensity of that makes it come to the forefront and becomes important to the narrative of Scripture. But there were girls and so cane most likely married his sister or possibly even a niece. Right? Yeah, There was kind of that thing going on back then, before the gene quote was Um I'm not infected but got messed up. And then God put a stop to it. Yeah, because if you think about it, um Leviticus 18 6, where condemns incest comes much later. Much much later. So there were no in genetic imperfections that time in the human race, because God, of course, created genetically perfect Adam in Genesis, 1 27. And the defects kind of come from the fall and occurred gradually over long periods of time. And there's no command in Cane's day, not to marry a close relative. Because Leviticus 18 came Thousands of years later, right makes sense. Okay, well, that that's awesome. So I hope that helps it was. I have one more question. Okay, Quickly. We're up against the clock. Okay? Is it possible that tell yourself I mean No, no, the impression the term is literary term that came from You know the concept of the of of signing a contract and things like that. Daniel Webster, the Devil and Daniel Webster these types of things, but the reality is The concept of selling your soul is doing things. They're antithetical against the will of God in such a way that it's more worth to you to get those things today on this world than it is to live a good life, And in that sense people refer to that is selling your soul. But it's there is no there's no way to sell your soul. Your soul doesn't belong to you to begin with, in that sense. So the concept of selling your soul really is cheapening the value of who you are in God's eyes by trying to get you know, use your gifts and abilities for something now. For quick. You know, quick response on quick, feel good, whatever it might be. And in that sense you sell yourself short. And people use that term sl your soul, but the devil cannot take your soul. Or anything like that. You could just reject God unto death. In which it's basically given to the enemy by default, because in hell there's the absence of the salvation of God. And therefore it can't be quenched. And therefore it is final. But not in the concept of he, you know, sign on the dotted line or or something like that Bedazzled. That remake those types of things. Um, that's not scriptural..

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"daniel webster" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"daniel webster" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"It's like a universal household name. I don't know if it's the film Patty Duke on Dad and Bancroft is Sullivan. The teacher. Just think of the life and I just thought of her as overcoming being deaf and blind. And sort of being a role model for those with disabilities, but no Helen Coward graduated from Radcliffe College, which is now Harvard. She wrote 12 books. She was a model. As I said. For women's suffrage for the disabled, and she was a bit of a liberal. She co founded. The American Civil Liberties Union was awarded the presidential Medal of Freedom. And in time magazine. They have a piece this week by an African American female activist. I need a camera, self described fierce black autistic lesbian. Member of the American Disabled for Attendant programs today organization. And it has a black disabled lives matter. Batter. Here we go. She says. That, despite disabilities, Helen Coward was just another privilege. White person. Yet another example of history, telling the story of privileged white Americans. Now. Here's the point. Are we ever going to reach a level and it's somewhat because of fear. Look, your average liberal is not buying it on an attack on Helen Keller. They're not But They're scared to death, Santa College campus or anywhere else to speak up and say, Wait a minute. That's it. I'm not going to be part of this whole deal. How in Kaur? You gotta be kidding me. And on the far right Hi. The guy called me. How are you at me today, saying that Helen Keller was pro birth control. So showed up yet? Yeah, I think she was. So what? So if you don't go after Helen Keller, you know Mother Teresa. They've already gone after she was crazy on the death, bed, Demons and all that They've already written stuff and attacked her. Is there anybody out there? Who can survive. Just these all out assaults, no matter how For glorious their life is just think of someone death. And blind. Okay? Apparently, I think she got it from the fever something I think she knew what it was to hear. And to see. I'm pretty sure Just think of that. I can go and watch the miracle worker. Privileged white person an inspiration of inspirations. I don't think you have any humanity, no matter how crazy you are with whatever your program is, and you're woke Mop. If you could go after Helen Keller. It's a Helen Coward test Second Rorschach test. I mean, last week we told you, Abraham Lincoln not good enough for San Francisco. The guys that Louis Farrakhan guy, apparently In Philadelphia. Originally, Ryan His mom and dad had a school that was nation of Islam. And yet he can go after Abraham Lincoln, Daniel Webster. We're still trying to contain a Webster, Dianne Feinstein. Take their names off. Here's my theory. It's endless. Not too much, Just because of the ideology. You have to understand. I've been around these people interviewed them. You know, debate it with him. It's about this is like a hobby. Their hobby is this bloodlust. Constantly be tearing down things. Traditional America symbols of that. Just if they love it, that you can hear those animal cries when they pull down a statue where they get it removed or they engage in whatever. So if how in coward boy did. I didn't know that about How isn't that amazing? Let's get rid of Helen Keller. Now, where are the disability organizations? Where are see This is what it would take. You mean the disability organizations don't know about this. Various national disability. And they shouldn't be going to meetings say we demand time. How dare you? Everybody associated with it should be called to have to suffer some of the consequences here. They should have to lease We can't How in coward is a privileged white person. Amazing how in the world can you look at the world just through the lens of race? All right. So we got a lot going on today. Here on the Michael Savage Show 855 407 to 8 to That'll get you to me, Dom Giordano now. Again. Universal question. What are you going to do around the holidays? Are you gonna let down your guard a little bit or you're going to try to see people. What you've agreed. I mean, sometimes it's hard for people to agree. I don't think people gonna wear a mask at a family thing. Maybe the limit the numbers. Maybe it'll be outside. Maybe people will say you'll be in this room with a group and you'll be in that room. It gets to be complex. Everybody getting together for the holidays is hard enough. But Most people say they're going to do something. How are they going to do it? That's what I'm interested. Give me the hell 855 407 to 8 to done to your down of sitting in for Dr Michael Savage..

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"daniel webster" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"daniel webster" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Nation and this San Francisco stories not just about San Francisco. It's going on all over the pages happen to be the biggest maniacs imaginable. I love that car from the truck drivers saying, Hey, clean up the mess. So now get rid of the Alamo. Get rid of Abraham Lincoln. Get rid of Daniel Webster. Herbert Hoover. What? Let's go to Sally, Who's a grad? One of these schools on the savage nation. I, Sally welcome it. Thank you Graduated from Commodore Sloat. Hi, Scott to clamber school after Junior high Abraham Lincoln High School. Wait a minute. You're a three time loser. I am absolutely disgusted with happened in San Francisco in 19 fifties, when we gave up the Bible, All of my great all of my People from 18 50 to 1900 brought the Bible with them to San Francisco and in 19 fifties, Separatists Co. Was in real good shape. When we cook evolution instead of the Bible. We've been downhill ever since. And it isn't just still Adelphia makes me sick. It used to be a beautiful country. Ah, beautiful. Ready. And I'm sure many people can say that their town used to be beautiful until we cooked the Bible out of the home. Well, I'm sorry to hear what's going on in San Francisco for you. Particularly, is a grad of that, Sally. Thank you. That's why I mentioned my own school. They haven't changed anything about it. I don't know what Bishop Neumann soy Could be charged with, but father Junipero Serra is on here. He is a principal figure. And I think he did great work. I don't think he forced anyone into Christianity. Or was it? Yeah. Catholicism. I think he was engaging them in it. And that's in enough and San Francisco. That's enough to be out. But when you're taking the Alamo out, you're a menace. You really are a menace. Try taking that out of Texas someday I know it's a sign of apocalypse of the Alamo. High school can't be in Texas. For now, it is. I assume there's a lot of things named after it. A. My name is down to your dad is sitting in for Dr Michael Savage. Follow him on Twitter at a savage nation right here. At the savage nation..

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Driver accused of plowing into crowd at Charlottesville rally charged with federal hate crimes

All Things Considered

02:29 min | 4 years ago

Driver accused of plowing into crowd at Charlottesville rally charged with federal hate crimes

"Vital issue of our time meeting more republicans must be elected in the upcoming mid terms to ensure confirmation of a conservative judge we have fifty one we don't have enough we lose one it's a very tough situation we need more republicans especially in the senate we have to hold the house and maybe even increase it trump says he is honor justice kennedy chose to retire during his time in office because he trusts trump to choose the right successor to carry on kennedy's legacy for npr news i'm daniel webster in fargo puerto rico's representative in congress has introduced legislation the same day putting the us territory on a path toward statehood as npr's greg allen reports it has the support of some key members of congress some influential republican support the bill cluding rob bishop chairman of the house committee that oversees puerto rico the island's representative in the house jennifer gonzalez says the bill follows two votes in the island one in two thousand twelve and another in two thousand seventeen in which plurality supported statehood statehood opponents questioned the results of both gonzalez's bill creates a nine person taskforce that would study the cost and impact of making puerto rico the fifty first state it calls for congress to act on the task force recommendations by twenty twenty one while congress deliberates on puerto rico's status the bill says the island would become an incorporated territory and residents for the first time would begin paying federal income tax greg allen npr news from washington this is npr news the suspect in a deadly attack at a charlottesville virginia rally is now facing federal hate crimes charges twenty one year old james alex fields of ohio is accused of killing one person and injuring many others by plowing a car into a crowd protesting white nationalism he's been in custody since the incident occurred last august the world health organization says a new drunk could save the lives of tens of thousands of women each year as npr's mike lynn do cleft reports the drug has been found to prevent excessive bleeding after childbirth here in the us doctors give women a hormone called oxytocin to prevent him urging but in many poor countries oxytocin isn't an option because it needs to be refrigerated now scientists at the world health organization say they found a way around this problem they have developed an oxytocin like compound that can be stored at up to one hundred degrees fahrenheit in a large study with nearly thirty thousand women the drug was just as safe and effective as oxytocin at preventing postpartum bleeding who publish the results of the study in the new england journal of medicine mike do cluff npr news german ship carrying two hundred thirty four migrants has docked at a port in malta ending nearly week long standoff at sea the ship's captain says he's being investigated for breaching maritime rules because he did not turn over the migrants to thirties and libya where they were found floating in dinghies offshore multiple agree to accept the ship after seven other countries said they would also take in migrants deemed eligible for refugee status this is npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include visit saint petersburg clearwater home of thirty five miles of white sand beaches along florida's gulf coast and a daily sunset celebration on clearwater beach ninety minutes west of orlando at visit.

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Cheese Thieves

The Past and the Curious

01:57 min | 5 years ago

Cheese Thieves

"Published in time magazine can you guess what the most stolen food in the world is oh weird says it's rice cakes just kidding it's cheese according to a study four percent of the cheese produced in the world is stolen the lot of contraband chatter and bootleg breed but supermarkets view it as a high risk products now guess it's just too good to pass up oh come on

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