35 Burst results for "Eighteen Sixty"

Virginia Removes Robert E. Lee Statue From Capital

All In with Chris Hayes

02:06 min | 4 months ago

Virginia Removes Robert E. Lee Statue From Capital

"All learn the story of the warren school at least the basics of it slavery and the rights and status of enslaved people through america into a civil war from eighteen sixty one eight hundred sixty five north. The union eventually won the south confederate states. That had seceded were vanquished and president abraham lincoln was assassinated. But we are not taught. Hardly ever i certainly was taught this only a little bit. We know less about is what came after after the union's victory which is a successful effort by those same confederate forces to win back white supremacy in the south and to win back. The story of their own nobility and those victories are marked with monuments to the confederacy to the losing side to the traders. Like this one. A robert ugly erected in the former capital of the confederacy in richmond virginia in one ninety twenty five years after lee's surrender napa mathematics and after the thirteenth and fourteenth and fifteen commitments which made slavery illegal and unconstitutional enshrined due process in our constitution and gave men of any color of the right to vote and full citizenship and after the union victory there was a hope born for people like frederick douglass and thaddeus stevens and harriet tubman of a true multiracial. Democracy enshrined in those civil war amendments of equal citizens under law with dignity and respect and freedom and the beginnings of that the period the period of reconstruction the south with federal troops deployed to keep the peace confederacy reduced to shameful abject defeat. Black people were voting. They were registering to vote and they were going to school. Becoming becoming local office. Holders and mayors town councilman and members of congress. Like senator hiram revels of mississippi. I bet you've probably never heard that name. Maybe some of you know it. We don't learn his name. The first african american to serve in the upper chamber these were the actual beginnings of a true genuine multiracial democracy in the south and in america that were then destroyed

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Lord Conrad Black: Joe Biden Is a Total Failure

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:05 min | 4 months ago

Lord Conrad Black: Joe Biden Is a Total Failure

"Are back with lord. Conrad black the author of president trump. A president like no other latest piece in american greatness and greatness dot com posting right now. Joe biden is total. failure is the title little black. You go through toil doc. His on a it horizon full of the the incredible failures of just the last eight months. You start with stagflation which can kill the presidency. You talk about the crime rates in the us. The open artery of the southern border the disaster of ghanistan on and on and on. I let me let me ask you to put that onto historic perspective. How true is the old soul that it's the economy stupid that all of these things are true. The national security Ramifications and everything else but at the end of the day a president of any party is most vulnerable when it comes to wallets and pocketbooks that That has historically been the leading issue but of course at times other crises arise i in the eighteen sixty election which lincoln one. It wasn't the economy. Of course there was a terrible threat to national unity in one thousand. Nine hundred forty president roosevelt's third term. He ran even with his opponent. Wendell we'll be economy. But he led on foreign policy. But absolutely overriding concern of americans was how to stay out of war but helped the democracy. So we're app four british and canadians and and And roosevelt had you know all all each short of war and great arsenal of democracy and so on and that was a policy that people approved. But normally what you say is right. I mean obviously nothing affects people. I unless they been with really oppressed nothing effects more than than the standard of living the buying power in enjoy the stability of their assets and and And so it it. It is traditional biggest. The biggest factor and it is it is about to to assault this administration. I think

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Who Was Ida B. Wells?

Made of Mettle

02:32 min | 4 months ago

Who Was Ida B. Wells?

"In today's episode we will be covering the impassioned the influential the inspiring ida b wells ida. B wells was born ida bell wells on july sixteenth eighteen sixty two in holly springs mississippi. Ida was the eldest. Born to james and lizzie wells. Who had seven other children. All were born in slaved as they lived on a plantation in mississippi whom or members of the confederacy during the civil war in the previous episode. We talked a bit about president. Lincoln's revolutionary decision to issue the emancipation proclamation on january. First eighteen sixty three during the civil war ida in her family were officially freed from slavery as they resided in a confederate state before either was one year old immediately following. The war was the pivotal reconstruction period with a divided territories of the union in the confederacy. Determine how they would begin to come back together as a single nation. Ida's parents were dutiful in diligence supporters of african american rights in particular the right to an education. Ida's father james was directly involved in starting in serving on the board of trustees for school for freed african americans that school rushed. College is still a notable inactive university. Today falling under the umbrella of historically black colleges and universities ida would begin her educational career at this school attending in her early teens. Sadly heartbreaking circumstances would find ida early on in life in eighteen seventy eight while visiting her grandmother. I learned harling news. Ida's mother father in her youngest sibling. Just an infant had passed away from yellow fever. Her parents sudden-death turn ida from a teenager with no children into a parent of six suffering from the grief and loss of one's parents. It would be understandable for a child to shy away in resist taking on a role with such incredible responsibility but did ida shy away from her obligation torture family. Absolutely not

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Influential Educators: Fanny Jackson Coppin

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:06 min | 4 months ago

Influential Educators: Fanny Jackson Coppin

"Jackson coppin was born in eighteen. Thirty seven in washington. Dc she was born into an enslaved household fannies grandfather had managed to save up and by the freedom of four out of his six children. Fanny's mother was not among them as fanny recalls. in her autobiography. It was on account of her birth that her grandfather refused to buy her mother's freedom. So fanny remained enslaved until the age of twelve when her aunt bought her freedom for one hundred. Twenty five dollars after that fanny was sent off to new bedford. Massachusetts to live with the different ant by the age of fourteen fanny was fully supporting herself. As a paid servant in rhode island. She worked for author. George henry calvert household for six years during her time. They're fading used the money she earned to pay for tutoring and leader public schooling. It was at the rhode island state. Normal school where fanny. I realized her love for teaching and for making education accessible for all black people in eighteen. Sixty fanny enrolled in oberlin. College in ohio oberlin's courses were rigorous and it was the first college that accepted both black and women students while studying at oberlin. Fanny broke several glass ceilings. She was selected to join the highly coveted. Young ladies literary society. Fanny was the first black person chosen as a student teacher. She used this role to organize evening. Classes for newly freed people in her last year of college. Fanny was scouted by the institute for colored youth and philadelphia. The school was run by quakers who were in search of an african american woman who could teach greek latin and arithmetic officials at oberlin. Immediately new fanny would be perfect for the role. Fanny was an excellent teacher within a year. She was promoted to principal of the women's part of the school. Four years after that van became principal of the entire institute her position as such was extremely radical for the

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Creating the Oxford English Dictionary

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:04 min | 4 months ago

Creating the Oxford English Dictionary

"London physiological logical. Society is the oldest organisation in great britain dedicated to the study of language formed in eighteen. Forty two one of their first objectives was to create a list of the deficiencies of the english language by eighteen. Eighty four they had hatched the idea of creating a new dictionary. That would solve the problems. They saw in current dictionaries. The process of whoever was incredibly slow. It took until eighteen fifty seven to establish a committee to create a list of unregistered words. These are words that weren't in current dictionaries or were poorly defined. If this had been the extent of what the illogical society had done. I wouldn't be doing an episode about this. The man who headed up. The committee was richard chenevix-trench. Trench was an interested in just coming up with a list of unregistered words. His ambition was much greater the report he produced with something else entirely. His report was titled on some deficiencies in our english dictionaries. It detailed all of the problems with current english language dictionaries in the nineteenth century. He noted problems. With the lack of coverage of obsolete words histories of words synonyms of words in poor examples and illustrations of words. What trench propose wasn't just a dictionary like the society had considered in the past. Trench was proposing writing the dictionary the most comprehensive dictionary of the english language. It wouldn't just be a list of words but of all of the words no longer in use and the history of all the words and where they came from. This would be a massive massive undertaking in eighteen fifty-eight the illogical society formerly called for the creation of a new dictionary which they called a new english dictionary on historical principles. First order of business was hiring someone to be the editor. Trench wasn't able to take on the assignment. As he was appointed the dean of westminster abbey. The job fell to herbert coleridge. Coleridge was only twenty nine. When he was appointed in eighteen sixty he created the outline in strategy for the entire project. He began the system to categorize the hundreds of thousands of quotes which would be required.

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The Jews Settle in Cuba

Cuban Family Roots PODCAST

02:09 min | 5 months ago

The Jews Settle in Cuba

"Jewish settlement in cuba the first jewish inhabitants were known as morales in fifty eight. The bishop of cuba wrote to spain declaring that every ship back in havana was filled with hebrews new christians. These were jews recently converted to christianity in fifteen o to inquisition proceedings. Began against the merano's in cuba. The secret juice of cuba arranged for trade between the thirteen colonies. And the use of jamaica barbados and other caribbean islands. This unable the colonies to sell goods and by military and civilian supplies. The spanish constitution of sixty nine removed all restrictions on the settlement of juice in latin america and at that time over five honda spanish jews engaging commerce in cuba and five to six jewish families were amongst the wealthiest in cuba jews were among the founders of the commercial king sugar fields and the first refineries in eighteen sixty two through eight thousand ninety five many american us join cubans in their fight for independence. The first jewish cemetery in cuba was established by the united states. Army for the american jewish soldiers who died during the spanish american war in eighteen ninety eight in nineteen six. The cemetery were sold to the united hebrew congregation primarily by american jews. Most of the members of this congregation which was later named temple. Beth israel where americans who fall in cuba or came from key west and other parts of southern florida. After the end of the war between nineteen too many sephardi jews began to come to cuba amongst them young turks who had participated in the earlier revolt against the sultan of the ottoman empire other cames from mexico north africa and the mirrored iranian. They spoke spanish and had olive complexion and blend that well with the rest of the

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The Life of George Reresby Sitwell

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:00 min | 5 months ago

The Life of George Reresby Sitwell

"Human beings are all different every experience shapes us into the kinds of people we become. No one thing is responsible. Each of us is the product of nature and nurture working together. Sometimes that results in the next world leader other times it leads to a life of for one man. His unique upbringing didn't guide him toward thievery or murder but he did wind up serving as a member of parliament. He also found himself as the topic of conversation both during his life and afterward george rears be sit. Sitwell was born in january of eighteen sixty to a wealthy family. His father sir sitwell rears be sitwell was a baronet a hereditary title just below that of a baron and above a nights sadly. The man passed away when george was only four years old. All the property he owned prior to his death was passed down to his son and so was his debt. But that didn't stop the child from being proud of who he was. He had a knack for making himself the center of attention. Soon after his father's death george had been writing on a train when he announced his name entitled to a fellow passenger he told the man i am four years old and the youngest baronets in england to say george was difficult would be an understatement and then difficulty manifested itself in various ways for one. He was ambitious becoming a member of parliament before he turned thirty. He also married young when he was twenty. Six and lady ida denison was only seventeen. The pair tied not although it was clear from the start that they were horribly wrong for each other only days into their marriage. Denison fled back to her family's home. She hated her new husband and more than that. She hated the expectations that came with being a wife. They forced her to return to him though which she did but she resented everyone for it nine months later she gave birth to a baby girl angering her husband who had hoped for a male heir. It would be another years before their first son. Osbert was born in eighteen. Ninety

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Is There a Climate Crisis?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 6 months ago

Is There a Climate Crisis?

"The green new deal implies number one that we have climate emergency climate crisis that we have twelve years by which to act. And the clock's ticking. I think we're down to just a little over ten years now. Another one of these tipping points and by the way in the book i trace the first climate tipping point to eighteen sixty four where we were warned of climatic excess unless we did something so these tipping points have been around for centuries literally but the green new deal even if we faced a climate emergency. They claim which we don't. We don't even face really measurable climate implants by mankind. I mean that's the thing is hundreds of factors that influence the climate. You can't distinguish him. From natural variability. we probably warmer during the period. When jesus was on earth with when during the time jesus christ was born and medieval warming period. We were probably warmer according to peer reviewed studies waiting till the world's end around that time in the middle ages red that what do you mean by end. Didn't they have some kind of a climate disaster wiped out the population actually Maybe not because here we are. I gotta tell you. I remember hearing this kind of stuff in the eighties in college these predictions. That were just you know really dire predictions and then time would pass. Nothing would happen and nobody would mention it again. So you do get a little bit like the boy crying wolf but what you just said to me. The most important piece is that no matter what the weather is doing You're saying that it's simply not a fact that human activity is the main cause. So what a lot of these people are screaming about. They make it sound like. We're all doing something that we could change. And that would solve the problem and we. We don't know that so they're asking us to spend many many billions trillions of dollars to do something without a clear outcome. Isn't that really the main point

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Firmly in Control, China's Communist Party Marks Centenary

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:51 min | 7 months ago

Firmly in Control, China's Communist Party Marks Centenary

"It is one hundred years today since the chinese communist party. The ep came into being. It was created as a result of ironically western influences from the likes of marxist intellectuals so what does today's ccp sand for and how does it influence. Play out in modern day china. Well it's tell us more. I'm joined by the ceo of china dialogue isabel hilton and sophia. Yan telegraphs correspondent in beijing to regular voices on monocle. Twenty four welcome back. Good morning tea both. Good morning isabel. If i could begin with you just explain to us how the communist party came about. Well the the first meeting of the communist party the one. We're celebrating although mao. Actually when he was asked couldn't quite remember the date so this date is slightly arbitrary It it was twelve people Twelve chinese delegates one soviet and one common tern representative who met in the french concession in shanghai for a few days until the shanghai till the french secret police took an interest. They then reconvened on a boat on a nearby lake and that technically was the founding meeting the ideas themselves had been swirling around pretty much since the fall of the qing dynasty which was not the ching dynasty that the the last imperial dynasty china Phalle as a result of quite another revolution which which the communists had nothing to do with But the the swirl of ideas. Since i guess about eighteen sixty in china about how china needed to reform amongst the many threads that were that was Was marxism along with ideas about democracy science. All kinds of different discussions were going on in china and this one Emerge with soviet assistance into the communist party.

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"eighteen sixty" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

The Meb Faber Show

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"eighteen sixty" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

"Bond prices as stocks in pretty much as coupon on most of those that. Let me step back in. I think what most investors trying to process segel's thesis about stocks bonds. No it's easy enough to say. Oh yeah we have stock market trading since seventeen ninety s. Hey we had alexander hamilton. That means we had treasury bonds trading since assim nine okay couple of consistent series down through to the ears but that drastically underplate s- changes in on market all the way through nineteen may come as a shock to you but to some the treasury market was reinvented in established new in one thousand nine hundred eighteen with the liberty eighteen sixty used to nineteen eighteen. No finance theorist tries to use federal bond prices as a meaningful indicator on the return for only a default free extinct come instrument recent preventions after eighteen sixty national banks which are way you could function as national league if you bought a bunch of treasury held them in a then the government..

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Things Youll Only Find In Australia

That's Incredible

02:39 min | 7 months ago

Things Youll Only Find In Australia

"In australia. We have stinging ants stinging spiders stinging snakes stinging jellyfish stinging octopuses stinging stingrays. Should he got that from the stinging shocks stinging crocodiles stinging stone fish. Did i miss anything. Oh yeah stinging trees. Even the plants want to mess with you in this country. They used to be saying in sydney with three hours ahead of the rest of the country. Albridge alibaba an hour bradman off full of themselves. Those sydney saw us but everyone has to admit that is one impressive bridge that crosses the paddle in the middle of town to tell you the story of the harbour bridge. We've got a very special storyteller. Women love him men. Wannabe him dogs fall over themselves wanting to drop sticks his fate wrote this. Yes it's the one the only andrew data and this is the story of the bridge. The cd habat bridge links. The north shore of sydney haba to the central business district on the southern shore in precolonial times the traditional custodians of the north shoal. The camera google people would often venture to the southern shore where shellfish supplies were more plentiful. It's not wrong to say that. The commute across sydney harbour has been going on for as long as the area has been inhabited the custodians at the southern shore. The gaggle people cruise the harbor on bach. Canoes cold navy. The canoes made from bach stripped off domino trees. After heavy ryan when the material was strong but also flexible the navy set solo in the water that the silence of the first fleet. Don't the canoeist with bobbing around in the harbor. With no votes told the first commercial haba crossing was offered by an ex-convict of jamaican heritage cold. Billy blue now billy. Blues ferry service consisted of a robot which he often made the passengers road themselves. While billy dressed in a top hat entertained with stories and witty banter formal steam powered ferry services started in eighteen sixty one and by nine thirty two more than fourteen million ferry trips. A year would taken on the hob. There was talk of building a bridge across the narrowest part of the way back in eighteen. Fifteen and that was from convict. Architect francis greenway. He proposed the idea in a letter to the newspaper. But it took a major public health crisis to get the city to start thinking about making some serious plans. That health crosses the bubonic plague

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President Biden, Galveston And Texas discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

President Biden, Galveston And Texas discussed on AP News Radio

"The nation has a new federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery June nineteenth eighteen sixty five the day known as Juneteenth when sleeves in Galveston Texas learned they were free president Biden has signed into law a bill making get the twelfth federal holiday this is Dave profound in my view profound weight and profound power a day the nation remembers when he calls the moral stain of slavery and its capacity to heal it's the first new federal holidays since Martin Luther king junior day was created nearly four decades ago Sager

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Northwestern Band of Shoshone Sues Idaho Over Hunting Rights

Native America Calling

01:07 min | 7 months ago

Northwestern Band of Shoshone Sues Idaho Over Hunting Rights

"Tribe in utah. Suing the state of idaho for the right to hunt off reservation. The mountain west news bureaus savannah maher explains twice in the last twenty years citizens of the northwestern band of the shoshoni nation have been cited for illegal hunting on traditional shoshoni territory in idaho in federal lawsuit filed this week. The tribe argued those citizens. Actions weren't illegal at all but that they were exercising their treaty rights to hunt on the quote unoccupied lands of the united states. That language comes from the eighteen. Sixty eight four birger treaty. George governor is the northwestern bands executive director. He says the tribe is suing to be acknowledged as a on that treaty because tenant of that treaty. And that i've signed it. In good faith. The united states of america the eastern shawnee and shoshoni bannock tribes are already acknowledged as signatories. The suit comes two years after the. Us supreme court upheld crow tribal citizens off reservation hunting rights which are derived from identical treaty language but the state of wyoming is still fighting to block kortrijk hunters from exercising that right for national native news. I'm savannah

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14 House Republicans Voted Against Juneteenth Holiday

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:57 min | 7 months ago

14 House Republicans Voted Against Juneteenth Holiday

"The are four hundred and fifteen and the nays are fourteen. The bill is fast texas congresswoman sheila jackson-lee announcing the passage tonight in the house of legislation to make juneteenth a federal holiday congresswoman sheila jackson-lee sponsored the legislation to make juneteenth a federal holiday. She also sponsored legislation to create what they call a national emancipation trail to trace. The news of the emancipation proclamation. The news of the freeing of the slaves to galveston texas. It took more than two years after the emancipation. Proclamation was signed by president lincoln for the news to reach galveston on june nineteenth eighteen. Sixty five once. President biden signs. This bill that has now passed the senate and the house. June nineteenth every year will be celebrated as the juneteenth federal holiday honoring the end of slavery in the united states and like i said it was unanimous. Vote in the senate. It was an overwhelming vote in the house but not a unanimous one there were fourteen republicans who voted against it Fourteen conservative republican white. Guys all voted that we should not commemorate the end of slavery in the united states. Which is kind of vote that will stick to their shoe forever and smell up any room. They ever walk into for the rest of their lives. Forgive me for saying so. But it's worth it's worth noting that they were a rump minority. Yes there were. Fourteen republican men who voted no but there were a hundred and ninety five republican men and women who voted yes for the holiday along with every single democrat in the united states house and every single united states senator from both parties

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Congress Approves Bill to Make Juneteenth a Federal Holiday

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Congress Approves Bill to Make Juneteenth a Federal Holiday

"The nation will soon have a new federal holiday now that both chambers of Congress have passed legislation to commemorate the end of slavery on June nineteenth the house voted overwhelmingly four hundred fifteen to fourteen to make Juneteenth the new federal holiday some Republicans opposed the legislation including Montana congressman Matt Rosendale who called it an effort to celebrate quote identity politics Juneteenth commemorates when the last in sleeved Americans learned they were free June nineteenth eighteen sixty five in Galveston Texas Juneteenth will be the twelfth federal holiday the last one designated was Martin Luther king day in nineteen eighty three Jackie Quinn Washington

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Senate Approves Bill to Make Juneteenth a Federal Holiday

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 7 months ago

Senate Approves Bill to Make Juneteenth a Federal Holiday

"The Senate passed a bill to make June nineteenth the new federal holiday that commemorates the end of slavery in the United States Juneteenth is a holiday that commemorates June nineteenth eighteen sixty five when union soldiers went to Galveston Texas to tell the very last in slave to African Americans they were free two years after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says making Juneteenth the federal holiday is a major step forward to recognize the wrongs of the past but he says more must be done to ensure equal justice one lawmaker who had questioned the cost of another paid holiday removed his objection if the house votes yes which is expected Juneteenth would become the twelfth the federal holiday observed Jackie Quinn Washington

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Juneteenth: A Celebration of Freedom

The Ten News

02:51 min | 7 months ago

Juneteenth: A Celebration of Freedom

"Many people think slavery ended on the day. Abraham lincoln issued the emancipation proclamation in january eighteen. Sixty three but it actually took more than two and a half years for it to become official throughout all of the confederate states. Our correspondent pamela. Kirkland calls up. He's a museum specialists in oral history at the national museum of african american history and culture in washington. Dc to explain a bit more about the history of the holiday. We'll just start with what is juneteenth. June taint juneteenth this great day that is celebrated because on june nineteen eighteen. Sixty five general. Gordon granger arrived in galveston texas with order numbers sri announcing that the enslaved were now free this is important because although the emancipation proclamation had been signed in eighteen sixty three it had a little to no impact almost of the enslaved throughout the south. Because if there weren't union soldiers there to enforce it it literally. Nothing in did not change of your life if you were enslaved human being in texas. Which was the westernmost state. There was very little union presence throughout the war so it was as if nothing had happened in fact there were slave owners. He moved west to continue. The practice of slavery moved to texas for that purpose so this day this was a big day. He arrived with almost two thousand troops. Some of whom were united states colored troops and they enforced this order. What what kind of the history. Of june teeth in the legacy. It's only recently really bad. It's become more widely known. Yes i well. It started in texas so immediately a year. After this announcement they have the first juneteenth In texas in houston. The african americans their a saved up. Money and bought land is specifically for this purpose that became emancipation park and it was practiced throughout texas In also places like oklahoma is started to slowly spread with the great migration in which you see different ways so it was celebrated through the turn of the century than it waned a little. Then you see it's coming back after the after world war two then. There was another big boost after the civil rights era after the sixties. What are some of the exhibits that highlight juneteenth And demands pation. We have an entire gallery devoted to slavery and freedom so there you will find of of many artifacts relating to we have the actual copy of Mation for example we have of many artifacts related to the underground railroad movement. Things that belong to harriet tubman such as show in our

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Real vs Urban Legends

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

02:39 min | 7 months ago

Real vs Urban Legends

"This podcast was inspired by mike. Who sent me an email. Asking are true mysteries of the pacific northwest. Nothing more than urban legends inspired by a book. I checked out from the rogue valley metaphysical library and trying to answer that question. The book was written by an authority. Who shall remain nameless. The book contains some events that are no more than a figment of someone or an urban legend. Like the dog that ate a tiny cell foam and every time someone called stomach would rain. Some were started by celebrities like mickey rooney claiming that he had influence walt disney to call his cartoon mouse mickey mouse. Then there's urban legend about elvis presley giving a harley davidson motorcycle to actor james dean. Well sorry. none of these happened before. I reveal my favorite urban legends. I need to explain how i separate real and true from something invented by a person with an ulterior motive or an urban legend occasionally. I do find a witness or participant to an event that can't be explained away and are willing to talk about it but that's the exception not the rule. Most people are reluctant. Admit that they saw ghost or heard strange laughter when they were home alone for fear of being ridiculed. When event is brought to my attention or intrigued by a story on the internet my search for sources begins. I'll start with the photograph of a pterodactyl that appeared on the internet that allegedly dates back to the american civil war in eighteen. Sixty four courting to the story behind the mystery. Image giant flying creature was shot down by soldiers around eighteen sixty four. near the city of vicksburg. The story says it's soldier said the creature was like some kind of unknown bird monster in a surprising. Twist of the story. A second photograph appeared on the internet. That showed a similar scene. A pterodactyl surrounded by men in front of a barn. Now the people. I talked to when i contacted. Authorities said several newspapers in virginia said that one photograph in front of the barn was fake. Now if you drop me. A line kit k. chrome g mail dot com. I'll send you a copy of the two photographs. You can decide for yourself in my research. I found that the photograph of the pterodactyl matched one. That was seen by somebody in eugene oregon just a few years ago about twenty eleven

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Finding the Last Ship Known to Have Brought Enslaved Africans to America

60 Minutes

02:02 min | 7 months ago

Finding the Last Ship Known to Have Brought Enslaved Africans to America

"Three years ago sunken ship was found. In the bottom of an alabama river turned out to be the long lost wreck. The clue tilda the last ship known to abroad. Captured africans to america in eighteen sixty. At least twelve million africans were shipped to the americas in the more than three hundred and fifty years the transatlantic slave trade but as we first reported in november the journey of the hundred ten captive men women and children brought to alabama on. The clotilde is one of the best documented slave voyages in history. The names of those enslaved africans and their story has been passed down through the generations by their descendants. Some of whom still live just a few miles from where the ship was found in a community called africa town for one hundred sixty years. This muddy stretch. The mobile river has covered up crime in july eighteen sixty. The clotilde was towed here on of darkness imprisoned in. Its cramped cargo. Hold one hundred and ten enslaved africans as it's amazing myself ban on his show to the ways and award is just not knowing where you were going joycelyn davis lorna gale woods and thomas griffin are direct descendants of this african man. Lua enslaved in alabama. His owner changed his name to charlie lewis. This image is from around nineteen hundred poli allen. Who's african name was ca- poli seen in this hundred year. Old sketch was the ancestor of jeremy. Ellis and darren patterson no close eating where they differentiated only allowed avocado whole for one day a week for two months. How many people do do we know. Now that could've survived something like that without losing their mind there or no photographs of pat. Frazier's great-great-grandmother laudi denison but capriccio wallis in her mother. Cassandra have a surprising number of pictures of their ancestor zula. Whose owner called him cut. Joe louis

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"eighteen sixty" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen sixty" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"So i mean that is actually there. That's a forging amendment which was written after the civil war degree clued former confederate officers. Who had taken up arms and confederate and guess what the democratic party put them back into leadership positions southern states as part of reconstruction no. The democratic party definitely deserves only the democratic party. Terrible for african-americans. After we construction in eighteen sixty. That's absolutely true. Eighteen sixty seventy not period. Either every administration has its wrinkles and shames. We've.

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"eighteen sixty" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen sixty" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"June nineteenth eighteen sixty five in Seattle thousands of people held a rally today at Jimmy Hendrix park this woman happy to see such a big turn out not just a black holiday right it is an American holiday so it's it's nice now that white folks know what it is people gathered at the Pierce county courthouse in Tacoma for a March tonight it's going to be a very peaceful protests display and educational we're gonna be talking about the history of Juneteenth what it means for the black and brown community and how it draws parallels to what we're seeing in today's environment he sure wasn't cross says the group will also be remembering man you well Ellis man who died while being restrained by to call the police in March a man accused of breaking into Capitol Hill auto shop you're the protest zone last Sunday in trying to torture it is now behind bars the owners of car tender say they caught the suspect in their garage but a huge mob from the chop forced them to let him go yeah these guys literally threatening us with guns that they told us that if we crossed the fence line that they would kill us the twenty one year old was arrested by sheriff's deputies for a separate burglary the next day in white center the SPD began an investigation after the Sunday burglary which led to the suspect's arrest is now the king county jail facing various charges there are now twenty seven thousand six hundred one confirmed cases of covert nineteen in our state twelve hundred fifty five people have died car radios Hannah Scott has more among the new deaths a sixty three year old prison inmate the first incarcerated person to die from covert nineteen in Washington state Victor when I was serving a three year sentence at the coyote ridge corrections facility for violating a protection order when he was transferred to a local hospital for covert treatment on may thirty first he died at the hospital on Wednesday and assess the status change the way tallies deaths now making sure it does not count homicide suicide or drug overdoses covert nineteen fatalities just because an individual tested positive at death seven deaths have been removed from the coronavirus list because of that king county has been approved to move into phase two of the governor's re opening plan the state's health secretary also gave island Lewis and Mason counties approval.

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"eighteen sixty" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen sixty" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Home store is safely opening our doors to the local community shop there wide selection confidently with the season's best deals and no interest financing visit your local actually home store or shop online and actually home store dot com Ashley home store this is home extravagant at seven fifty K. long news radio WFLA tell your smart device to play WFLA on I heart radio this is news radio WFLA good morning it's A. M. Tampa Bay well you're living with information and entertainment Jack here and Natalie and Katie all on board and at seven forty three we're going to do our today in history for may eighteenth Hey first of all I wanna give a shout out to our other listener Sarah Jane Wilson who says we need to also salute the postal service post office people these mere delivery people have been out there long before the masks and everything else and they've got to go by people's houses walk near people in that kind of thing so they are among our heroes for sure and her husband Kirby is one that we got today in history in sixteen fifty two slavery in Rhode Island is abolished although the laws not regular and rigorously enforced eighteen oh four Napoleon Bonaparte proclaimed emperor of the French by the French Senate eighteen sixty Abraham Lincoln wins the Republican Party presidential nomination over William H. Seward who later became the U. S. secretary of state eighteen ninety six the U. S. Supreme Court rules in Plessy versus Ferguson that the separate but equal doctrine is constitutional now that had to do with racial matters nineteen seventeen World War one the selective service act of nineteen seventeen is past giving the president of the U. S. the power of conscription.

"eighteen sixty" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen sixty" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Theatre in eighteen sixty five this is not that story this is the story of the original plot years earlier and that plot involves a train the train that was to take honest Abe from his home in Illinois to his first inauguration in March of eighteen sixty one the plot to kill the president who's credited with freeing the slaves and holding the country together was foiled thanks in part to a railroad executive this remarkable story is coming up in our one now I don't believe you can take the train all the way to Roswell New Mexico he can take the Amtrak out of LA as far as Deming Arizona and that's about fourteen hours from there you have to take the bus from Deming to less cruises New Mexico that's another four and a half hours and then you finally arrive in Roswell from left less crucis another four hours later on another bus so the lesson here don't take the train to Roswell but we will take you to Roswell in hours two and three when two of the world's preeminent Roswell UFO crash investigators swing by to walk a step by step through some of the key elements of the Roswell timeline Thomas Carey and Donald Schmitt have recently released a beautiful coffee table book titled Roswell the chronological pictorial gets cramped cover to cover with amazing photographs and maps and illustrations that bring the most celebrated UFO incident in history to life nearly seventy three years later then the coast to coast AM train keeps rolling one more destination our four when coast's very own lex loan hood our web producer jumps aboard and reveals the results of a scary and surreal survey of coast listeners who shared some of their dreams and nightmares in the age of coronavirus Brad Meltzer is next with the Lincoln conspiracy welcome to the audio Imaginarium come on in we re traveler hang your cloak in apac grab a stool and come gather around the fire there are stories to be told in you are among friends I'm Richard Serra this is coast to coast AM why don't you stay awhile.

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"eighteen sixty" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen sixty" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Unemployment an extra six hundred dollars a week will be added to your benefits by the end of next week meanwhile efforts to get the economy going again moving forward president trump told a White House briefing that his administration is almost done working out a plan to re open the country adding it could be done ahead of schedule president trump on Monday setting up a battle with some of the nation's governors claiming he can decide when states reopen when somebody is the president of the United States the authority is total but legal experts say that is not true that the constitution gives significant public health and safety powers to states some governors pushing back on the president's comments including New York Andrew Cuomo on CNN she we don't have to clean we have an elected president Karen Travers ABC news Washington now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC how traffic center thank you to all the doctors nurses and care givers giving their all every day visit you see health dot com to learn how you can help our community crews are in the process of clearing a serious accident in Clinton County it's east of Blanchester ahead of one point twenty eight eighteen sixty eight walked off the records now out of the way twenty eight is open again two more minutes sixty eight should re open as well chucking great news radio seven hundred WLW it is forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred WLW we'll see mostly cloudy skies today with a high of forty eight cloudy tonight your low dropping down to thirty and another overcast day for your Wednesday could see some late afternoon showers and a high of fifty one right now forty one degrees the governor of Ohio not ready to talk about plants is our re opening businesses shut down by the corona virus pandemic governor DeWine says they are developing plans though for slowly trying to return.

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"eighteen sixty" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen sixty" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The first verse from memory but most of us are on the way here that this Christmas point turned Christmas Carol was born as a protest war the long cold Massachusetts winner of eighteen sixty three was a particularly lonely one for long he was still mourning the loss of his wife who had died three years before and America's great civil war was reaching into its third late in the day on Christmas Eve Longfellow received word that his oldest son Charles a lieutenant in the army of the Potomac had been gravely injured fighting in Georgia along Sello Christmas day was at the clouds were deep dark gray and there was no snow just rain there were also church bells and is the poet listened the words came they were words protest intermingled with boards of whole I thought how is the day had come they'll freeze of all Christian had rolled along the in broken song of peace on earth good will to men surviving today are two verses that are no longer saw or recited they are the protesters wore then from each black.

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"eighteen sixty" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen sixty" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"February of eighteen sixty eight built a log building in what is now downtown Miami started selling things to people awaiting the arrival of the railroad the railroad arrived in me along with his wife and his adopted daughter and after is as I said earlier they ran the dry goods store for three years and then he starts his banking career and eventually well let me say this as well I Evenson within the student merchant answer his bank he made a lot of money and early on he was criticized for the way he made his money really high interest rates out of the bank for close mortgages at the drop of a hat but the good news for later mias when he turned eighty years old he decided to give all of his money away and almost all of it came right back here to our town just a year after his wife died which were now back in nineteen sixteen he gave fifty thousand dollars cash in for city lots to the county which paid for the complete construction of our first real hospital nineteen nineteen to give a bunch of property to the church which help fund an orphanage nineteen twenty four he built our World War one memorial nineteen twenty five he gave away in today's terms a million and a half dollars in cash to friends family members and former employees he structured his will that upon his death the remainder of his estate would go into a trust fund which would be used to build a fabulous building for this home for elderly ladies which is still in use today and when he died it was about five hundred thousand dollars and is this state so you know eight to ten million dollars today and it built a beautiful facility twenty eight sweets for single ladies and because of his trust fund there was no charge for room or board and because he built a hospital the lady's got free medical care it's still there it's still gorgeous nothing to change a little bit but it's a wonderful facility so despite being criticized early for his ostentatious lifestyle you might say it all came back to us here in the army and were still experiencing the benefits from Edward Ivan sins life is a merchant in a banker we're very proud of the fact that he decided at age eighty two do what was right for our community to wasn't for the union Pacific railroad Laramie probably wouldn't be here the transcontinental railway act you know gave all this money okay well this land in the west to the union Pacific including the one square mile where we are right now so the first thing is we open obviously open the front door and we have a little thing that I like to do we have the doorknob to the original front door which is a really heavy brass beautiful doorknob and it's really interesting because it came to us in a box in the mail what maybe five years ago with a note from the guys that I was a student at the university of Wyoming I stole the door from the mansion so that's a really good ice breaker for the people who come into the vestibule and then I take him immediately into the four year and then are really our first important stop is into Jane I've instance drawing room where she will you know the intention was that were she would do informal entertainment for her lady friends and then I go in to the smoking room and I draw the contrast between the very nice bright light drawing room in the darker more somber smoking room and the dining room is really nice because in the dining room we have some really nice artifacts that belong to the I've been since so for example right now we have waster plates that they had made on one of the two five month long trips that they made to Europe we have this beautiful stemware with that they had made for them we have a punch bowl that was given to their son in law who ran his bank for a while in San Diego and then we should change from the five family rooms of the first floor of the mansion into the working part of the mansion and it's easy to draw the contrast we have and this beautiful hardwood in these formal rooms and in there we have pine in we have linoleum on the floor then we go up stairs into the bedrooms which are quite large not unusual for house of this size in the eighteen nineties and then into the master bathroom where we have this really cool eighteen ninety to shower that Koster three hundred and thirty four dollars and eighteen ninety two so maybe eight thousand dollars today and it's really cool so that's that's really interesting is a walk in shower it's the it's built out of brass this nickel plated and it's got a shower head up above it's got a shower head on either side and then it's gone I was able to do it looks kinda like a cage when you look at it but all the tubes have little tiny holes in them so you don't even have to turn around to take a shower I had a person come to the museum the other day they said oh it's kind of like going into a car wash well we are in now will we call the library we're pretty sure that the bookcases in here were you will put in by the boarding school because the girls would use this kind of a study hall even though they didn't take classes here the went to public school and then I like to point out that we have just one piece of furniture in the house would belong to ever live in sin and it is this boardroom table out of one of the bank's city owned in town there are several examples of what we learned from visitors when they come through the mansion because we get some really amazing people that come through the talk about the elegant would work in the house there's all this different type of hard wood in the mansion that Edward had installed here of the really amazing eighteen ninety two pocket doors in the mansion I had a guy come through three years ago who just closed up his custom woodworking business in Montana after thirty years and he said I could build one of those pocket doors story for about seven thousand dollars so those are the kind of things that are fun to learn when you give tours as it does well it's his whole life is a fascinating story he's born on a plantation on St Croix he winds up in New York with no money we know we didn't have any money because we have recently received a letter his father sent him to we know you're without a position any winds up in Laramie a little hair Laramie Wyoming at the time you know eight hundred people in eighteen seventy and he amasses this fortune builds this beautiful building built is a major builder downtown I think it's fair to say he was a critical part of the evolution of army from eighteen sixty eight all the way through nineteen twenty eight when he finally passed away for both Jane and Edward what I want people to walk away from after they see this house that cost an awful lot of money to build that maybe the money was was at least early on made from the people there me in not the best way that when they leave they understand what they did for our community weather was jeans early actions with the school in the church and and suffragette act or end specially his philanthropy that resulted in all these great things for our community so that's what I would like them to walk away from because you know you can see in a lot of places fancy homes and this one is an elegant fancy home but it's really important that people understand that making his money from or offer the community that that money came back to us that's what I that's what I really hope they they walk away with all through the book rediscovering the I've been it's the C. span cities tour is exploring the American story join us the first and third weekends of each month as we take book TV and American history TV on the road to watch.

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"eighteen sixty" Discussed on 1865

1865

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen sixty" Discussed on 1865

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"eighteen sixty" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen sixty" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"California in eighteen sixty one sixty two where there is a half a dozen pineapple express is from the Columbia River all the way down to San Diego and Las Vegas got sixty inches of rain wow and eighteen sixty one sixty two and before the massive rains in December they have a mass of snow build up in the cascades and Sierra Nevada and with warm rain falling down sacramental was close thirty feet under water they have the build up old town sacramental close to twenty twenty five he Leon Leon Stanford was elected governor you have a role both to the state capitol she's and then they have the move the state capitol Sam's Cisco for half the year Joe so we did have huge climate issues in those days yeah they're always out yeah the inconvenient truth is the you have to be able to really narrow your field of vision in order to believe that this could be I pop yeah because the planet we live in a in a universe that is profoundly indifferent to human existence and we've been able to survive and and and glorious on this planet because we networked together and we help each other solve problems that individually would be completely impossible to fall and so the the human collective over the period of time has done enormous amount overcome obstacles natural obstacles that otherwise would just destroyed and so yes it is day because they are claimed that we had the them worse well I didn't in the history.

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"eighteen sixty" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen sixty" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That game in eighteen sixty nine. Two one to Barnhart pitch is ripped on one. Hop knocked down by bell. These pick it up go to second for one. And that's all get run comes into score belt did all he could hit so hard belt tried to pick it clean. And once he couldn't that really took away the possibility of the double planet took away belts possibility to come home. So roar are forced out Barnhart safe on the field of choice. You'll get credit for run batted in as Peraza scores. It is two to one reds here in the third with Joey Votto coming up belt did well just to make sure that they got it out. That was not a guarantee that ball was smoked. Bottle hit a ball heart in his first at bat that was caught in center field. One run in runner at first to down auto takes a fastball. Low for ball one. Pitcher had to throw underhanded in those early days of baseball and the pitcher was compelled forced to throw the pitch in the strike zone. That was the game you there was no trickery. You're supposed to throw a hit a pitch in the early days. But it wasn't until. Many years after that first professional game as they work things out in the late nineteenth century bottle thinks he has broken-bat even though he took the pitch. He wanted a different bad. Wanna know the count? It was years before pitcher was really allowed to try to get the hitter out by changing arm angles throwing something other than underhanded and throwing pitches at word strikes. The one oh outside now. And not close to read Rigas is a little messed up right now. With his command the guy who typically has excellent command. He walked. Shem Yankees in his last start which was unusually already issued two walks in this start walk in this inning come into score. And his MRs have been all over the place..

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"eighteen sixty" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen sixty" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Cotton was the most valuable export in the United States by eighteen forty. It was worth more than all the other exports combined. But while the southern states produced two thirds of the world supply cotton, the south had little manufacturing capability about twenty nine percent of the railroad tracks and only about thirteen percent of the nation's banks, the south did experiment with using slave labor in factoring. But for the most part it didn't work. North by contrast was well on its way toward a commercial manufacturing economy, which would have a direct impact on on its war making ability but eighteen sixty ninety percent of the nation's manufacturing output came from northern states, the north produce seventeen times more cotton and wouldn't textiles than south thirty times. More leather goods twenty times more pig iron and thirty two times more firearms the north produce three thousand two hundred firearms to every one hundred produced in the south only about forty percent northern population. Still engage in agriculture by eighteen sixty as opposed to eighty four percent of the south even in the agriculture sector northern farmers were producing their southern counterparts in several areas, and it talks about the relation of the industrialization of the northern states. The impact of that the Free State track of the vast majority of way of European immigration to the mid nineteenth century, the southern leg and industrial development there with great wealth from the south. Primarily tied up in the slave economy. In eighteen sixty the economic value slaves in the country cleared, the invested value of all the nation's railroads farms factories nations, railroad factories and banks combined on the eve of the civil war cutting prices at an all time high. And of course, when the south lost the war their goal. The assets in quotes that they once had the bottom line is it was because of slavery that economic growth in the south. I didn't even come close to the economic growth in the north in his largely why the north kick the south HALE in the civil war. So when you talk about the advantage of slavery think about that. Now approximately seventy million Americans have a criminal record and those who serve their time pay their debt to the psyche face all kinds of social stigmas and legal restrictions on housing jobs education. The nonprofit fill prison fellowship is leading the way for ex-prisoners with second chance month, helping these men and women unlock a better future. So go to prison fellowship.

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"eighteen sixty" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

13:13 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen sixty" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Let's go to the first time caller line and say Hello to Robert in Indiana. Robert, welcome to coast to coast AM. Sure. It. This is my second call, but they let me in. I didn't have the other number. Thank you. All right. Four shows like this were common person, man or woman can call in and express your opinion, people with no power, no money. Call in fresh air views on things. We need more of this. I agree with I agree with you. All right. Vox populi. Go ahead. You're talking about a earlier initially related. Everything's related the money and government. Sahlin or linen? Direction Stalin or linen. I can't remember which one I'm in school too long. You said when it comes time to hang the capitalist. Pigs. They will sell us. The rope to do it with. Did you might remember that statement? I it sounds vaguely familiar, but I could see either one of them, I could see Lennon saying something like that. Maybe not in those exact words. I know I see where you're going. Yes. But anyway, we we used to be called the capitalist. Pigs is what we are. We would show our own mother enrolling daughter for less money. These these corporate pigs are that's an insult to pigs. Really nice saying, well, what do you mean by corporations because you know, if you own stock you're part of the corporation. No, no, I'm talking major corporations break laws and used people make money off to MAC support people done it for two hundred years. This country is based on. Well, no, I don't agree with you. Give me an example of a. You don't agree with you? Wait, we made the Miller rice, how many human rights violated in the last two hundred years, how many human rights and civil rights violated when we go around the world telling people you can't do that. We did it. But you can't do it. Okay. Now, Robert you're talking about American foreign policy. Are we talking about corporations jumping all over? I'm talking about civil and foreign we have violated every civil rights. We came up with the Miller Reid. Civil rights violated every one of 'em in recently. Who's Lee Robert five hundred years ago was figuring eighteen sixties renewing the black people hundred years slaves. So we go around shoulder. Wildfowl rocky are well, Robert here's a little a little bit of a history lesson in the United States didn't start slavery. But they ended it a long time before a lot of other countries. In fact, there are a lot of countries now where slavery is still practiced in certain parts of the world. So. It's the United States is not perfect. But there is something called redemption and the United States, I think is unique in the world. Because of its redemptive qualities it recognizes its mistakes. And then it tries to correct them. All countries have dark chapters in their history all of them. Nobody is no country can claim moral high ground in that regard. But I think if you look at the the big picture the United States has been a force for good in the world. I truly believe that. All right. Let's say hi to George in Jacksonville. Florida george. Welcome to coast. Yes. Richard interesting show, an engineer fourteen twelve countries outside the United States in the US, and I've dealt with frequency instruments quantum ways. What's artificial intelligence, and she talked about not just artificial intelligence and five cubits talking about quantum ways. Go all the way through the earth and affect people on the other side of the earth. And they're like six eight times Fasces radio ways. Why was it important? Well, we are our State Department and the people who are working our hot flash in in China and Cuba were attacked with where you're logical warfare. And they were using quantum ways and our f- ways to do that. And they used probably artificial intelligence computers, which had data on people as well as bad frequencies, which Pablo developed for styling role right from this country develop good frequencies, people have lost develop bad frequency hurt people. And we the is already on for logical warfare. And there is a device on just about everybody's house, which I'm helping people who have been harmed by it. And that's a smart, meter, smart electric meter, and those things give the same symptoms that the people forty people are disabled out of. Embassies have and those are things like tonight is ringing ears memory problems, air, Tbilisi, and heart palpitations there more than that. And and get the smart meter off your house, you get an opt out I let her and get it off your house. Now, I have the good version of the of the artificial intelligence system, and it goes in and checks people for nine thousand things, and then comes back and tells you what you should do to correct it. And that's one of the ways we need to to counter the stuff that the Chinese are doing the ratings into doing and the Russians are doing it. In addition to things like Faraday, cages and stuff. People have mentioned a lot of your callers are mentioning things are kind of around this deal, including Georgia. If I'm not mistaken, though, if you're living in a major urban center, you're probably no further away than let's say one hundred meters from tower. How is so you can get rid of smart meter, but you have I mean, we are swimming in this stuff. I mean, you have your WI fi you have microwaves. Here's a different cell phones. Run about two watts or less. Okay. But they're restricted in the number frequencies that they put out my unit is only only to watch because in the thirty thousand other people all over the world have them. Allie has to watch. But mine restricts the frequencies to they've been researched over one hundred years, actually, if go back to Malta, multiple resonance forensic cetera. They restricted only good frequencies that are similar to things like prescription drugs and herbs and that kind of thing as well as new stuff that people have found, but the the cell phones, and your TV, and your your your, your radio, etc. Generally, don't push the bad frequency since they almost never have them. Maybe one might pop up every six months, but these weapons they're using these three countries are using us researched bad frequency, and and for some reason, our smart meters have the same frequency, and they're they're five things wrong with it. I'm not sure you have to go through them, but five design problems and those meters that they create our Lau. The Chinese Thai onto the radio go from house to house and put bad frequency into your house as well. As there's some suspicions. There are some gigs. That are involved in doing the wrong things. All right, George, so you're saying the Chinese responsible for these smart meters. I'm not sure about that for being able to use quantum ways to tie into the radio signal goes from meter to meet her, but that's not the only problem. The problem is also when within our way, we think and design stuff they're not testing, my unit was tested by the FDA food and Drug administration. The smart meter is not tested by the FDA to see if it harms people now both are tested by the SEC to see if it interferes with other devices, and frankly, it does interfere with other vices, but it can hurt people at five hundred feet away. But usually very close by some people are affected very quickly like the develop blood clots, two minutes in front of the meter some people not it depends on what you have a tendency. Right. So people have different sensitivities. I. Dirty electricity and some people are. Thanks smart. Meters electric, and and push your power company to put the mechanical back on until I design again, it doesn't do what these all right, George. Thank you for that heads up there from George from Jacksonville on your smart meters. Let's say hi to Richard is in Monterey, California. Richard good morning. Welcome to coast to coast. AM morning, Richard. I'm I'm not in Monterey. I'm in the Monterey Bay area. So little town called watsonville. All right. Welcome massive station, K SEO and Santa Cruz. Terrific. I had a question for you. As a matter of fact, the last time I talked to you you it was about the same subject of Mr. Leo want to the twenty seven trillion dollar, man. Oh, yes. Ronald Reagan secret agent ambassador to Russia. No, he was he was not ambassador to Russia. He. He was basically a tasked with trying to destroy the Russian ruble, which he did he claims to a series of currency swaps, and and sort of different investment type instruments Reagan, right? He was he was working with Reagan. And and he claims that he was able to end the Cold War by destroying the Russian ruble. And he did a good job at that. And he got twenty seven trillion dollars with goals money. He was gonna do a movie write a book eagle one to watch. He was making a documentary or at least his his his published. Publicists producer was making a documentary. And I think they ran into some I think their benefactor may have passed away. They ran into some funding problems. Yeah. It's me Richard was that the money was going to go to pay off the United States and the rest of us going to the VA the Veterans Administration. Yeah, he he was to return the bulk of that money, not all of it. But the bulk of that money, according to Reagan's wishes to the US treasury, and it was you're right was supposed to pay off the debt and for some to to to the Veterans Administration. But also to for some some infrastructure projects. I think they talked about a high speed rail train across the United States or something like that. What was the national debt we read like fifteen trillion or something or ten trillion? At that point. I'm not sure what is it? Now. It's over it's twenty five twenty seven. It's gotta be it's rising up quickly. But do you think you'll ever you'll have them back on your program? On coast to coast. Yes. I he didn't die did. No, no. He's in fact, I saw him on Twitter the other day a couple of tweets. No. He's very active. I don't see why not at some point. We could probably do an update. I don't know if there's anything any new developments. Got a hold of Trump. Yes. I've asked him about that. And he claims that people in Trump's. Circle. I guess no of him. But who's to say, but I certainly consider having. Liane sorry. Mr. India want to back on Leo wanted back on the program. Sure. Thank you. Richard take care. My pleasure. Thank you, Richard. Let's say hi to Derrick in Cape coral, Florida, Derrick. Welcome to coast. Hey, thanks for taking my call. I just had a UFO story for you. When how recently? Probably about a year and a half ago. I was I'm a truck driver. So return run back to my point of origin. And it was about two thirty in the morning. And I stopped at a gas station that was closed it had role. Same shudders down. I just stopped in the park to get out and stretch my legs, and I had been using at banisters, Stephen Greer. And I use some of the functions and airmen through the app, and I didn't see seen subtle stuff leading up to this. And basically. What happened was? And. There was a hat outside the truck and the.

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"eighteen sixty" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen sixty" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"From eighteen sixty six to nine hundred forty four African American soldiers played a critical role fighting for our country. That's a fact often overlooked in the history books, but the buffalo soldiers museum and Tacoma's mission is to share their story. It was the native American to be stowed the name of buffalo soldiers on these men for their bravery and for their courage from photographs two letters, a vast collection of military artifacts. On display buffalo soldiers story is about American history and military history. It's about the many significant military contributions that these men made and fighting for preserving and protecting the United States. That's why Bonneville Seattle is proud to partner with the Seattle. Seahawks and Carter Subaru in honoring the buffalo soldiers museum as our charity of the month. Find out more at mynorthwest dot com. Literally could not move because it was like a lightning bolt was punched in the base of my spine. I cannot describe the level of pain because it was off the charts. Just breathing was difficult. All I could think of was how am I going to support my family when Paul came to see us at sound paint solutions? He didn't know if he would ever return to work after a severe back injury. I'm Dr Mark Shelley a chiropractic physician and board certified functional neurologist. At sound paint solutions are treatments include state of the art technology, like high dose laser combined with spinal decompression and. Other comprehensive therapies to rehabilitate damaged discs. We use treatments that are non-surgical FDA cleared drug and pain-free best of all they're effective..

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"eighteen sixty" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen sixty" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"In eighteen sixty one ABRAHAM LINCOLN was officially declared winner of the eighteen sixty presidential election and on this date in nineteen forty three during World War Two the US Marine Corps women's reserve was. Officially established twenty three before the hour. An interesting plot for a new movie features music from the Beatles. David Daniel has more coming up on the Hollywood minute. This is America in the morning. I'm John trout. Notorious drug kingpin, walk Joaquin El Chapo Guzman has been found guilty in one of the most high profile drug cases in US history. Camilla Bernal is at the federal courthouse in Brooklyn New York with more throughout the trial and many many chilling witness testimonies the American public and the world was introduced to the real L chapel. A ruthless killer. A violent drug trafficker after fifty six witnesses and two hundred hours of testimony. The jury decided Joaquin El Chapo Guzman fate guilty on all ten counts, including engaging in a criminal enterprise, money laundering, and drug smuggling, according to witnesses Guzman ordered multiple executions engage. In bribery, and even committed murder. He was prosecutors calling this a victory for the American people and for Mexicans who have lost loved ones in the drug war. He pulled all the strings he directed all of the production. The smuggling Guzman is notorious first Mexican prison escapes once in two thousand one and another time in two thousand fifteen through a tunnel. He was recaptured in two thousand sixteen and extradited to the United States to face federal charges. And that was mine is expected to be sentenced to life. But his lawyers say, he's not giving up hope.

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"eighteen sixty" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen sixty" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"That's interesting. His five eighteen sixty three. Fifty three. Nine hundred eighteen fifty three. Five nine it's a long time for a relationship. I it sure is. So here's the thing when I see one in five says are very independent people. But they're still a story there damn what made you guys not up saying. I do what was that? He brought a lot of baggage from his previous life. But you know, what I love about you, you let them with a bunch of baggage coming to your life for thirty two years. But it lasted him for. They don't want to let I don't want to be Edwin. His baggage on me. No. Of course, you don't. But that's that's the irony is when we take on someone for that long. Even though we think we don't want that baggage. He comes on. Right. It comes with it. But Pam the reason it happened. You're a natural match and neurology. Many of the one five the only way I can figure that it's lasted is somehow you stay out of each other's space. Does that make sense? Yeah. So are you living together? I mean, tell me that what's happening. God, you're pretty personal Glenis. Not really simple questions that don't make me walk down that street. I'm definitely we live together. Okay. So we had a baby together. Okay. So when then that was many years ago. How's the baby? Yes. She died. Okay. Five years ago..

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"eighteen sixty" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen sixty" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Independence. They attacked. The constitution of the United States. I've read this to you those of you who have the book you've read it for yourselves. I would encourage everybody to familiarize themselves with John, Dewey. Herbert croly? And there are others. That she should familiar familiarize yourself with because these are the. These are the founding fathers if you will. Of the movement. This force that seeks to destroy this country from within. From within. Herbert Croly eighteen sixty nine to nineteen thirty. He co founded the new Republic. He authored the promise of American life in one thousand nine extremely influential in turning Theodore Roosevelt into a progressive. Told you about John doing in the past very very important to know about these men have them in the book. I'm not hawking this book writing another book, I've moved on. But you should not move on. I don't mean from the book, I mean from knowledge. And the progressives have had an enormous effect. Not just on the democrat party. But the Republican party. Beta outdoor orcas, a we'll Sonian he's a well Sonian. He rejects the constitution. He was in articulate about it. And he'll want to. I'm sure it'd take a few steps back. But so is Nancy Pelosi. Now, they don't know. Much about Woodrow Wilson or Herbert Croly or John Dewey, or wile or the rest of them. You do. This is where it comes from. So it's not a pivot point what outdoor cat to say. It's more of the same pile on top of pile generation on top of generation of these progressives. Now, where do these progressives get their ideas from well do was very sympathetic. To the communist revolution. In the early part of the last century. Now as it. Came to take power over course of time and became obviously openly. Genocidal. They try to step back from it. There was Walter wildly eighteen seventy three to nineteen nineteen. And he wrote a book that was famous back, then called the new democracy had an enormous effect. Trashing the declaration the constitution. It's important to understand this in my opinion, the pivot point already took place. The problem is the modern democrat party. The modern democrat party. Is the bastard child of this ideology? Now, where did these men's what did these men get their ideas from they didn't just create them? They got their ideas from. Karl marx. They were familiar with Karl Marx. They got their ideas from Hegel. No, not the idiot who was secretary of defense under Obama. No Hegel who basically right wrote excuses for Prussia and the empire there. Thinking that you know, basically the community. The community is where each and every one of us get our get our fulfillment. And Marx thought Hegel was brilliant. But he took it one step further and. Hagel talked about Historicism. I'm not gonna get too much in the weeds and Mark's talked about material Historicism he saw everything as a factor of a reaction to materialism. Hegel at a different approach. And this is where they get their ideas from. They may not know this is where they get their ideas from. But they embrace them. Now these are alien concepts. These are alien ideologies that I have been imported into the United States by small minority of intellectuals who were reacting against the industrial revolution. They were attacking capitalism. Justice many populous do today. And the leftists, of course, attacking capitalism. They were attacking private property rights. They were attacking individualism. Liberty and individualism can only be really experienced. Through the community through the better. Good. Through the government. Everybody going in their own direction. That's problematic and now you can see why they are control freaks. Yet rousseau. Russo.

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