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"federal republic" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:28 min | 6 d ago

"federal republic" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"I think at least part of this could have been prevented by taking some simple precautions. And just now here in the city, the mayor announced another 102 hospitalizations in the most recent day. That brings nationwide to more than 73,000 people in the hospital with covert 19. That's a record according to the covert tracking project and deaths in the U. S air running and more than 1100 per day. On average, it's an increase of more than 50%. From early October. And while President elect Joe Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris or do to get a national security briefing, they're still being denied the presidential daily briefing because President Trump has not conceded the race. CBS is Nicole Killian reports. Mr Biden says that that lack of cooperation could hurt the country. While President Trump refuses to concede his national Security Advisor, Robert O'Brien became the latest high ranking administration official to acknowledge Mr Biden will likely be president. If the Biden Harris ticket is determined to be the winner, and and it's you know, obviously, things look that way now. We'll have a very professional transition but on the coal with governors of Vice President Mike Pence, made no mention of any transition. Despite there being no evidence of widespread voter fraud. The Trump campaign and Republican voters have filed more than a dozen lawsuits to stop the certification of the results. The president lost in all but one And the Georgia secretary of state Brad Rapids, Berger says Federal Republic and you're trying to push him to exclude legally cast ballots in that now he and his wife are getting death threats, he says Senator Lindsey Graham. Seemed to suggest that he find a way to throw out legal ballots. Senator Graham says That allegation is ridiculous. Rapids Burger describes a conversation with Senator Graham applied for us to audit the envelopes. And then throw the belts for counties with the highest frequency error of signatures. And that I tried to, you know, help explain that. That's because we did signature match. You couldn't tie the signatures back anymore to those ballots just like with if you voted in person. My name is not on my ballot. And so it can't be tied back to me. It's really something that's been around for over 100 years. The secret ballot. As the vote count continues. 10 36 WCBS news time on the radio 8 80 a m and to stream WCBS Go to your phone Get the radio dot com have downloaded any time. Listen whenever, wherever, in September of 2018.

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"federal republic" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:17 min | 2 months ago

"federal republic" Discussed on KCRW

"And the other thing they're saying in England bars, Johnson said. This yesterday is people who don't have to go to work should be working from home. And the reason for this is we've seen cases rise really quickly. I think Estimates from one government agency are around 6000 today and the estimate from scientists who advised the government is we could be up to 50,000 Day by mid October. If nothing else, positive cases exactly. And so we have a summer that was really relaxed here. You could do a lot. It almost felt not exactly normal, but a lot better than it was. And now we just We sort of feeling that, frankly, the virus is starting to close in. Well, by the way. I've read that the daily death toll in the number of hospitalized Corona virus patients in the UK is relatively low. So how is Boris Johnson explaining to the public while he still thinks these new restrictions are necessary? Actually, I think the concern is that it is taking off really fast and the are rate as we know, which is how much it can spread from one person to others is rising. And so he thinks that things were going to get bad pretty quickly, and there's actually a lot of tension over the economy and health here. Johnson's really worried because the lock down here was devastating. I mean, right now I'm in Waterloo Station, which was the busiest stations in the entire country in London. And, you know, I'm looking at the places where I normally eat and they're all shut down. And the concern is, if there's another lock down, it's going to be really, really hard to keep the economy going, and we have had three months of growth, which has been nice to see. But still we're nowhere near the economic love as we were before we went before the crisis hit. And Robin Eleanor. I'm interested in how elsewhere in Europe that issue of protecting health versus protecting the economy. Is working out. So Rob you first. What's going on in Germany in terms of restrictions and how they don't further damage the economy with any new restrictions, right? You know, the government here in Germany was about to loosen restrictions a month ago, but then Corona virus cases started to spike and we're still looking at between 1500 to 2000 new cases a day, so it's not as dire a Z U K nor France really But it's enough to alarm officials here in Germany deaths, though our remaining low so that tells us that most of these new cases are among young people and many of them. Our schoolchildren. Germany's government is committed to ensuring that Children are physically inside their classrooms and part of the push for that is purely economic to make sure that parents Have timeto work and contribute to what is now a flailing economy. And I can tell you as the father of two school age kids that you know we are seeing Children and teachers testing positive on a fairly regular basis. But when that happens There's a protocol involved when an entire class is then immediately sent home tested in quarantined, and so far, this appears to be working. And Eleanor. I understand that the plan in France is that kids are in school. And even if the kids test positive, they'll remain in school. Can you tell us about that? And what the thinking is there? You have this right? First of all, there's about 10,000 new cases a day here every day, so it's rising very quickly. It is for now among young people and deaths have been low. But emergency I see yo unis are starting to fill up in some areas of the country. The new protocols have actually been loosened in schools because one of the main strategies of the government, also for economic reasons, is to keep the schools open to keep kids in school. So for preschool in primary school If you have covered, you still go to school because the thinking is you're not going to spread it very much. They only shot a class. If there are three separate cases and for you know, starting in middle school and high school teachers and students are wearing masks. So the thinking is same thing. They do not shut a class with just one case there have to be three and separate cases for them to close the class down. Go and Rob in Germany. How compliant or obedient are people? You know this is a place that has it is viewed as having handle the pandemic better than most countries. Is that still true and our people generally following the rules? It depends, you know, compared to France. Germany's rules are actually pretty lax. There are holy mass requirements. If you are indoors and out on the street here in Berlin, hardly anybody is wearing a mask. But despite He's lenient restrictions. There are still people young adults, especially who continue to ignore these rules, and Chancellor Angela Merkel has issued many warnings for them to be more disciplined about all of this. Frank. What about in a city as large and diverse as London are people following rules? Pretty pretty. Well. I mean, right now, looking out of the station. Almost everybody's wearing a mask. But they're supposed to, although you know one of the problems in places like pubs and one reasons that Boris Johnson wants to shut down a little bit early, But you know, you get late into the evening and people are drinking and they're not social distancing and we know That it's in those kinds of social environments that this virus spreads. Rob, speaking of rules, Germans have reputations for being rule followers and Germany, like the U. S. Is a Federal Republic group of states Has Germany had the problems that the US has had in creating a coordinated approach to the pandemic, Getting all the states on board? Yeah, I mean, what's interesting about Germany is at each of its 16 States runs its own health care system and education system, So it's pretty decentralized. But one thing miracle has done really well since the pandemics charges tohave Regular video conference meetings with all of the state premiers to ensure that when it comes to Corona virus restrictions that they're all on the same page, and that's been key to establishing this sense of unity throughout Germany when it comes to fighting this virus. And then finally, Frank and Robin. Eleanor, I'd like to hear from each of you what life is like, six months into the pandemic in the countries where you are, as they face winter in the coming flu season. How much is it back to normal? How nervous are people about what's coming, Frank? Would you start us off? Tell us about London. Yes, sure. I think that it's never gotten quite back to normal, and people have done what they've done in the states. I think in big cities as they stayed home, but right now I feel like we're in an inflection point and everybody there's anxiety that we're in for a second way. That's going to be even worse in some ways than the first one. And in our home, my wife just went out and got a big freezer. It's like 5 ft. Tall because we expect that we don't know what food is going to be like in terms of access and We're preparing for a long winter. We've been talking to scientists throughout this and this is the kind of advice that we're getting. People are really anxious now, and I almost feel like this feels like How shall I put this? I mean, I feel I feel like I've seen this movie and I feel like we're heading back into another tough time. And the government isn't maybe moving quickly enough. And Eleanor in France. How's life there? People are tired of it, and they're stealing themselves for what's to come. But, you know, a friend of mine in New York, described in New York the other day is it felt like post World War to Europe, with all the clothes shops and and I thought, Wow, everything is still open here. When you walk out on the streets, it's still Paris and it's still functioning. The difference is only that everyone is wearing a mask. And Rob Germany. Yeah, the same. You know, Life does seem like it sort of returned to normal here, you know, But there is this sense of impending doom when you look at how the numbers of infected are creeping up, not only in Germany but across the border in other countries surrounding Germany. Oh, and as you know, the winter season pushes everyone.

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"federal republic" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:12 min | 2 months ago

"federal republic" Discussed on KCRW

"London. And, you know, I'm looking at the places where I normally eat and they're all shut down. And the concern is, if there's another lock down, it's going to be really, really hard to keep the economy going, and we have had three months of growth, which has been nice to see. But still we're nowhere near the economic love as we were before we went before the crisis hit. And Robin Eleanor. I'm interested in how elsewhere in Europe that issue of protecting health versus protecting the economy. Is working out. So Rob you first. What's going on in Germany in terms of restrictions and how they don't further damage the economy with any new restrictions, right? You know, the government here in Germany was about to loosen restrictions a month ago, but then Corona virus cases started to spike and we're still looking at between 1500 to 2000 new cases a day, so it's not as dire a Z U K nor France really But it's enough to alarm officials here in Germany deaths, though our remaining low so that tells us that most of these new cases are among young people and many of them. Our schoolchildren. Germany's government is committed to ensuring that Children are physically inside their classrooms and part of the push for that is purely economic to make sure that parents Have timeto work and contribute to what is now a flailing economy. And I can tell you as the father of two school age kids that you know we are seeing Children and teachers testing positive on a fairly regular basis. But when that happens He's a protocol involved when an entire class is then immediately sent home tested in quarantined, and so far, this appears to be working. And Eleanor. I understand that the plan in France is that Kids are in school. And even if the kids test positive, they'll remain in school. Can you tell us about that? And what the thinking is there? Yeah, That's right. First of all, there's about 10,000 new cases a day here every day, so it's rising very quickly. It is for now among young people and deaths have been low. But emergency I see yo unis are starting to fill up in some areas of the country. The new protocols have actually been loosened in schools because one of the main strategies of the government, also for economic reasons, is to keep the schools open to keep kids in school. So for preschool in primary school If you have covered, you still go to school because their thinking is you're not going to spread it very much. They only shot a class. If there are three separate cases and for you know, starting in middle school and high school teachers and students are wearing masks. So the thinking is same thing. They do not shut a class with just one case there have to be three and separate cases for them to close the class down. And Rob in Germany. How compliant or obedient are people? You know this is a place that has it is viewed as having handled the pandemic better than most countries. Is that still true and our people generally following the rules? It depends, you know, compared to France. Germany's rules are actually pretty lax. There are holy mass requirements. If you are indoors and out on the street here in Berlin, hardly anybody is wearing a mask. But despite He's lenient restrictions. There are still people young adults, especially who continue to ignore these rules, and Chancellor Angela Merkel has issued many warnings for them to be more disciplined about all of this. Frank. What about in a city as large and diverse as London are people following rules? Pretty pretty. Well. I mean, right now, looking out of the station. Almost everybody's wearing a mask. But they're supposed to, although you know one of the problems in places like pubs and one reasons that Boris Johnson wants to shut down a little bit early, But you know, you get late into the evening and people are drinking and they're not social distancing and we know That it's in those kinds of social environments that this virus spreads. Rob, speaking of rules, Germans have reputations for being rule followers and Germany, like the U. S. Is a Federal Republic group of states Has Germany had the problems that us has had in creating a coordinated approach to the pandemic, Getting all the states on board? Yeah, I mean, what's interesting about Germany is at each of its 16 States runs its own health care system and education system, So it's pretty decentralized. But one thing miracle has done really well since the pandemics charges tohave Regular video conference meetings with all of the state premiers to ensure that when it comes to Corona virus restrictions that they're all on the same page, and that's been key to establishing this sense of unity throughout Germany when it comes to fighting this virus. And then finally, Frank and Robin Eleanor, I'd like to hear from each of you what life is like, six months into the pandemic in the countries where you are, as they face winter in the coming flu season. How much is it back to normal? How nervous are people about what's coming, Frank? Would you start us off? Tell us about London? Yes, sure. I think that it's never gotten quite back to normal and People have done what they've done in the states. I think in big cities as they stayed home, but right now I feel like we're in an inflection point and everybody there's anxiety that we're in for a second way. That's going to be even worse in some ways than the first one. And in our home, my wife just went out and got a big freezer. It's like 5 ft. Tall because we expect that we don't know what food is going to be like in terms of access and We're preparing for a long winter. We've been talking to scientists throughout this and this is the kind of advice that we're getting. People are really anxious now, and I almost feel like this feels like How shall I put this? I mean, I feel I feel like I've seen this movie and I feel like we're heading back into another tough time. And the government isn't maybe moving quickly enough. And Eleanor in France. How's life there? People are tired of it, and they're stealing themselves for what's to come. But, you know, a friend of mine in New York, described in New York the other day is it felt like post World War to Europe, with all the clothes shops and and I thought, Wow, everything is still open here. When you walk out on the streets, it's still Paris and it's still functioning. The difference is only that everyone is wearing a mask. And Rob Germany. Yeah, the same. You know, Life does seem like it sort of returned to normal here, you know, But there is this sense of impending doom. When you look at how the numbers of infected are creeping up, not only in Germany but across the border and other countries around in Germany. And as you know, the winter season pushes everyone indoors. I think it also adds to that anxiety. We hope to check in with all of you again in coming months. That's NPR's frank. Length it in London, Eleanor Beardsley in France.

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Brent Scowcroft, national security adviser to two presidents, dies at 95

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Brent Scowcroft, national security adviser to two presidents, dies at 95

"Former national security adviser and Falls Church resident, Brent Scowcroft is dead. The late 95 year old had the distinction of being national security advisor to two presidents Gerald Ford and George H. W. Bush. No one else in history conclude that honor Scowcroft was also an advisor to Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama. Here's CBS News National security consultant Jeff McCausland. He was awarded the president Medal of freedom. He subsequently was awarded a knighthood by the order of the British Empire and in 2009 probably largely because of his work on the reunification of Germany with President George Herbert Walker Bush He was presented the Grand Cross of the order the merit by the Federal Republic of Germany. Scowcroft, who served in government posts for 60 years, was a Republican who spoke out against the 2003 invasion of

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Brent Scowcroft, national security adviser to two presidents, dies at 95

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Brent Scowcroft, national security adviser to two presidents, dies at 95

"Former national security adviser and Falls Church resident Brent Scowcroft is dead. The late 95 year old had the distinction of being national security advisor to two presidents Gerald Ford and George H. W. Bush. No one else in history, concluding that honor His achievements are worth, noting CBS News National Security consultant Jeff McCausland. He was awarded the president's Medal of freedom. He subsequently was awarded a knighthood by the Order of the British Empire. And in 2009 probably largely because of his work on the reunification of Germany with President George Herbert Walker Bush He was presented the Grand Cross of the order the Merrick by the Federal Republic of Germany. He was also an advisor to Ronald Reagan and

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"federal republic" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

05:11 min | 8 months ago

"federal republic" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"The Day was April seventh. Nineteen sixty three. The Yugoslav parliament approved a new constitution. And Tito was proclaimed president for life of the newly renamed Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Was Born your Cipro's in Croatia? He took the name. Tito later in life during World War wine. He served in austro-hungarian army and he was a prisoner of war camp for a while after being captured by the Russians he later joined the Bolshevik red guards. During the Russian civil war kingdom of Serbs Croats and Slovenes was formed in nineteen eighteen. It included Serbia Bosnia and Herzegovina and most of Croatian Slovenia in nineteen twenty nine. It officially became known as the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in Nineteen Twenty. Tito returned to Croatia which was then part of the Kingdom of Serbs Croats and Slovenes. He soon became involved with the Communist Party of Yugoslavia in Nineteen Twenty eight. While he was in Zagreb he was sentenced to five years in prison for communist activities. He was released in March of nineteen thirty four by nineteen thirty seven. He was appointed Secretary General of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia. Despite the fact that Soviet leader Joseph Stalin had been purging members of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia rebuilt the Communist Party of Yugoslavia during world. War Two it became a powerful political and military organization in nineteen forty one the axis powers occupied and partitioned Yugoslavia. Tito or the communist party to begin guerilla activity against axis forces the resistance. He organized was called. The National Liberation Partisan detachments also known as the partisans but civil war soon broke out between the partisans the Serbian royalists known as the techniques and the Pro Fascist. Ustashe despite this by late nineteen forty nine. The resistance movement had liberated nearly half the country by nineteen forty three. The Communist Party of Yugoslavia's membership was at two hundred fifty thousand people. The allies chose to support the partisans rather than Yugoslavia's King Peter the Second Tito's followers established communist government known as the National Liberation Committee and Tito was elected its president and Field Marshal in nineteen forty five. Tito declared that the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia had replaced the monarchy as the government of the country. And He created a communist regime for Yugoslavia modeled after the Soviet Union from Nineteen forty-five to Nineteen fifty-three Tito acted as prime minister and Minister of Defense and the government. He enacted a dictatorship that used the secret police force to remove opposition and he declared a five year plan to industrialize Yugoslavia though he delayed collectivise agriculture because he thought that peasants may lead an uprising that will cause mass starvation and Tito also put into effect the constitution that divided Yugoslavia into six republics plus the regions of Kosovo and Vojvodina. In addition to this Tito pursued an anti-western foreign policy. He faced serious conflicts with Stalin who expelled Yugoslavia from the International Association of Communist parties in Nineteen Forty Eight. He even ordered Tito's assassination. But Tito had the support of the Yugoslav people the Communist Party of Yugoslavia and the West. He soon began to break up the central authority of the country's government and economy and moved away from communist policies. He established Workers Councils Transferred Authority from the national government to local ones established new legal prison systems and started arresting fewer people for political reasons. Tina was named president of Yugoslavia in nineteen fifty three a decade later on April seventh nineteen sixty three. He was proclaimed president for life. He ruled until his death. In May nineteen eighty. He was replaced by a collective presidency. Tito's presidency was viewed as authoritarian. He repressed encouraged his political opponents but Yugoslavia under his rule was considered the most liberal communist state in Europe. Though he had overwhelming support in Yugoslavia and other countries around the world he left Yugoslavia with a lot of overseas debt and growing ethnic tensions. I'm Eve coat and hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did yesterday. Feel free to tell me something new. Learn about history by sending me an email at this day at Iheart me dot com. You're also welcome to leave us a message on social media on facebook twitter INSTAGRAM AT T. H Z podcast. Thanks as always for listening to the show. And we'll see you again tomorrow.

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"federal republic" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:18 min | 11 months ago

"federal republic" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Five oh Jimbo one eight six six Bible five four six two six second call from Robert in the Charleston South Carolina Robert to good evening and welcome good evening Sir I just wanted to let you know that with the help of my adult working life in the United States and the other half of the Federal Republic of Germany most of them sitting president and and of course I'm familiar with the other cities around residents also familiar to some degree with us Switzerland and also with Mike what column and I can which I can let you know and what you know in those cities we don't have these kinds of problems and we haven't circle an office called peace with filaments which is basically the welfare office it's open two days a week part of the mayor's office and if you go to church along the line is it's usually not more than about six people in the city of roughly the same size as strict as Charleston and there just aren't that many problems and if you have a problem that financial problem or something like that the government will discreetly transfer money into your counsel you can cover your costs if you own a small business they will also make sure that that spent the if you could back on your feet able now in regards to the homeless most homeless people live there say probably don't have quote accounts or small businesses right no but on the other hand to eight eight eight to make sure that they have a home everyone in Germany is required to have a home if you don't have a home to get one for you you also required I'm actually gonna cation card that has your address right on it and if you have any and when you have your home to make sure that you have all the accoutrements that go with that would include Scott okay yeah I what I guess to to respond are there lessons Mister Fisher for us to learn from how other countries deal with this sort of thing well you know I I was thinking just about what the gentleman said I mean you know are these are you speaking about people who are mentally ill that we do you do you have the know Robert any of the particulars that you say that the problem isn't there obviously there are people certainly in in every country who are are mentally ill are just curious if you know the the status of the the people that use all getting help in Germany of then the city and it has a mental health facility right next to it and the people who who can't survive on their own within that little village and and and and and yeah and if they're in worse shape than it was inside the hospital and if they're in really bad shape when it might be violent or something like that then the little light people who are who are violent and for whom obviously some kind of coercion is necessary I'm wondering does the the state is in force in in Germany do they enforce a living somewhere other than on the streets did you know you don't and there are some people a very small number of people who make a little business out of that to have the optical society which means the feed the homeless newspaper and there it goes first when I was last year when they were relatively low to high price and sell it well I would I guess to we we we don't have probably time to cover every aspect of that experience but as it relates to the story did that to help you formulated answer Michael well you know I had to lie I don't know about Germany or specifically what are you speaking about but you know I can tell you that like in cities like New York City and on the west coast the problem is huge I mean you have you know eighty thousand people that are homeless which is just a huge number I don't know what the numbers are in Germany actually you don't know of any particular lessons that we might learn from other countries in dealing with this another one sure I think well okay yeah baseball the gentleman just said I think you know certainly we could I've learned no I mean it's it's a good thing to be able to do is reach out to you know other countries to find out how they handle the situation and you know fine tune we do over here I mean I think it's a great way to do you think we should definitely share you know are different things that we do to try to great ourselves and this terrible problem as you know hurting a lot of people have to live on the streets right the to David in Creston Iowa a good evening David remember what all men will one way or another okay well but some of her this way most of us are more or less functional on a day to day basis and therefore don't provide society with the problem yeah I will be part of the problem and now that I'm in the the Taylor family bad enough we were not trapped you're all I I've never really would be if you will of growing family you usually don't have a the mobile home wash but of course it again that brings us right back to the problem there are many people in this country you don't have a a strong family so we'd you you can't just say you ought to have a strong family there has to be another solution the mad right anybody can be almost another because depending on the circumstances that's quite true yes thank you and we also want a little you know like I have a home with proven that code they don't have kind of trying to make their own living you know the the find it hard to responsibility well there are some people who feel that way and the other others of course who will who lack the the capability and I I would like Michael Fisher to address that aspect of this that is of course that he even in times of of high unemployment which we've forged without had lately but even in times of high unemployment there are still a good jobs to go begging simply because there are qualified people for those jobs or any number of jobs out there but there there are people who could use a job but if you don't have the technical training necessary for a lot of the twenty first century jobs up have there been pilot programs Michael Fisher where of job training has made a major dent in the in homelessness you know I think that's something that they're trying to do to help people get jobs but you know the issues that were speaking about what with mental illness you mean you can't get people to that point and he will actually help them with their individual problems you know me mental problems really need it medication or they need this is a download somebody and get you know help with their problems and that's the that's the piece of it that is not being delivered you know to that by the city they're not doing any of that will help them from that standpoint want to help them then you get in and then you would you could do is you could definitely have facilities that could teach people how to interview and get jobs and you know find things that they like to do with the loan terms of a career and then help them with job placement and help them get affordable housing I don't think this is a difficult look around it will help everybody we want to help people and to get them to the point where they can help themselves they have to want to help himself you know but I think a lot of people want to get them to that point where they you know we're helping them and they can actually go out and work they're gonna want to work that they're not going to want to live on the street no nobody who don't want to live on the street right nobody yeah they're living on the streets because they have problems and the cities don't do anything to address those problems and it's just getting worse and I look at San Francisco with intense you know along the street the masses terrible terrible it's it's it's it's cool it's cool that government what people would just allow that to happen it's not only is it cruel to the to the people that are living under those conditions that need help but it's also cool to the people that live there because the loan businesses these are people that maybe on real estate or have homes there I mean it is it has to be a win win for everybody it's just it's it's not it's about what's good for everybody yes we have to work on now in that regard are you and that will become of a break here and I'm I'm going to pose a question after the break because I was tired entirely sure of of exactly what you were saying on.

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"federal republic" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"federal republic" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"The Day was December twenty first eighteen. Twenty six after declaring independence from Mexico. Brothers Hayden and Benjamin Edwards in their rebel followers proclaimed the republic for Dona in signed a declaration of independence. Indi- The revolt short-lived a month after it began. The rebels fled to the United States as Mexican military forces advanced Mexico. Mexico gained independence from Spain. Eighteen twenty one creating the first Mexican empire. Two years later the emperor abdicated the throne in eighteen twenty four. Her Mexico adopted a Republican Constitution. One issue Mexico faced was figuring out how to increase population in the northern department of Texas and secure the area from native Americans and other Americans seeking land in August of eighteen twenty four. The Mexican government passed a national colonization in law that set some guidelines for people immigrating into Mexico. Each Mexican state was directed to create. Its own statutes. Around the general colonization law one of the states of the new Federal Republic was Walea Tejas which set up a system where among other regulations regarding immigration impresarios could petition pushing the government to bring one hundred or more families to the state at their expense. An impresario was a person who entered into a contract with the Mexican government to bring a certain a number of families to Texas in exchange for land grants in eighteen. Twenty five land speculator Haden Edwards got a grant from the Mexican government to bring up to eight hundred new families to the area around knuckle doges in eastern Texas. His contract required him to uphold all land grants in the area that have been certified by the Spanish and Mexican governments. It also required that he set up a militia to protect the colonists and that he allow a land. Commissioner appointed by the government to certify awarded. Beats but when he got to Naga coaches he demanded that previous land owners would have to present evidence of their land claims or forfeit the land of course this was a controversial move. Many of the people in the area had families who lived there for decades. So they're legal. Titles were lost some people. Oh who lived there. Where former residents of the neutral ground an area to the east inhabited by many fugitives? Some were native. Americans who had history there before Spanish colonization the station or those who had been forced out of the US. There were squatters. There and there were many Anglo Americans in the area some who had come as filibusters all that to say residents. Were not happy with Edwards demands. He began recruiting families in the US immigration into Nacogdoches the alcohol day or chief administrative and judicial officer of Nakata's as well as the town clerk worked to validate old land. Titles once they found out Edwards got his grant Edwards accused them of forging land titles to his detriment and soon at work was calling for elections for new all day even though he wasn't officially allowed to do so either way. At words son-in-law Chichester Chaplain took the office after a disputed election but supporters of chaplains opponent. Samuel Samuel Norris contested the decision and in March of Eighteen Twenty Six Jose Antonio Salcedo the political chief of Texas Star were burst the results of the election on the claim that a legal votes had been cast for chaplain. Norris became all day. This did not sit well with Edwards and his supporters reporters and related unrelated conflicts continued in Nakata's throughout eighteen. Twenty six payton brother. Benjamin was left in charge of the town now while Hayden to the US to recruit more families and during this time. Tensions between old and new residents escalated by the end timber. Hayden's grant was revoked. This annulment was on the basis of him. Declaring himself military commander forcing people to show their land. Titles or be addicted did and other wrongdoings Hayden. And Benjamin were ordered to leave Mexico but they resisted the order in November a group group of around forty man from the Irish entered Nacogdoches and arrested Samuel Norris Haden Edwards and others Hayden was released possibly because is he was arrested to hide his own involvement in the affair but the others were tried and convicted Mexican authorities. Soon sit dragoons and infantryman into the area the Edwards prepared to fight. They determined that they would have to break from Mexico to protect their land. Investment on December sixteenth. Benjamin Benjamin rode into nacogdoches with a group of armed men and seized the Old Stone Fort. The rebels raised a red and white flag that said Independence Liberty and justice this the red representative the Cherokee and the white. The White Rebels Hayden declared himself. Commander in Chief of the Republic of Dona and Martin Palmer Armor became commander of the military many others joined the rebellion Palmer negotiated a treaty with the Cherokee for mutual support and the rebels signed a declaration of independence on December twenty first but the rebellion didn't go anywhere. The rebels did it get much help. From Cherokee and a Texan militia and Mexican troops forced the rebels to flee towards the Sabine River into Louisiana. The rebellion was over by the end of January but it increased the Mexican government's wariness of immigration from the US and caused more tension between white colonists and indigenous tribes. I'm jeff coat and hopefully you know a little more about history today right than you did. Yesterday feel free to share your thoughts or your innermost feelings with us and with other listeners on social media at PTI the I eight th podcast and you can send your thoughts are comments to us at this day at iheartmedia dot com. Thanks for listening to today's episode. We'll see you again tomorrow.

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"federal republic" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"federal republic" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"We go back to Mike in Delaware he sounded like you actually some other opinion. You wanted to share my so go ahead. Yeah hey girls. I also wanted to mention that I love our wars. How much do you love their laser swords? Okay why and I all. I also love the storm troopers and and I lived in on satellite. Well well you are just super cool although it says here you're listening to the WTO. V and over Delaware. But they're getting it from satellite. I'll tell you thanks for the call all my appreciate it man. We're going to continue here. We go to Robert. He's in South Carolina listening to W. TMA Hello Robert. Hello Sarah Nice to speak with you. I I just wanted to say that Thank you as far as Julian. Assange is concerned you know. He basically was in charge of giving out information getting information and giving out anyone who decided decide who what he gives out. He decided that basically I think right so so in other words we. We can't have a situation where we have a person on the outside like that deciding what what are important to American secrets. Water not important American secrets because he can't vote all the background information. It's connected with those secrets. Could because a lot of trouble for our agents healthy causing deaths without realizing kate. Well I don't know about you but I don't have any agents in the field so so I would like to know the truth about what's going on to me. The truth is more important than some government agent and what it is that they're doing because a lot of the government agents are hurting peaceful awful people and causing damage and wrecking other people's countries You know the evidence points to that and invading other lands. So why wouldn't we want to know the truth about those is things of course we want to know the truth about this. There are systems built into place where people who are working. Those departments can use normal channels to get that information to higher authorities. Cardi could you gotta be kidding me. You actually increase the whistle for example the whistle blower ordinances and and there was even at number to call in if Bradley. Manning tried that right like he you know he's looking into legitimate. Whatever legal methods of trying hang to out you know? The information was in was blocked at every. Turn as I understand. He was intimidated to see. Well you know or something. I moved here from the Federal Republic of Germany and I asked my friends in Germany. If they would send me information determinations because that's waiting for work. They know they can't do that because they told me. At the time about fifteen years go that there are forty intelligence agencies listened to everything that goes back and forth across the Atlantic Basin. As long as it stays in your business needs can keep more or less. What's going on? Let's they can tell you for example. They'll call your company they'll tell you an outside organization outside your opinions spying on your company so you can be careful but but there are other countries all about these things in the Federal Republic of Germany who very responsible organization. They've put that on your way. You are responsible. Germany's Germany's pretty responsible. They find that when you say government well is responsible. Okay the black holes for example you know the CIA. Ah I called Black Hawk black prisons where they putting people who were connected in the Middle East and some possibly Sadie way. Well that came came over the airwaves in Germany and there are a lot of other things that come over the airwaves Jimmy them in the United States but but they put the wet over the airwaves. So what you're saying. Is the German. The German government government out of the. US government's black operations. Yes of course okay. So it's okay when the German government does it but when Julian assange does it. It's not okay. I'm missing missing something here. There's a huge difference between Julian assange and the Federal Republic of Germany. Yeah one of them doesn't use violence on peaceful people Germany repeatable and as I don't know what you're talking about all governments by definition are not peaceful organizations. They're based in violence. Everything they do is backed by the threat of violence. Julian assange has not ever been has never used violence on another human being. At least that has ever been proven Julian assange is a the news. Man He's a journalist he takes information and he releases that information and even if Julian assange dies tomorrow because from what I understand his health is not not well all in captivity right now wicky leaks will continue because the thing that he built is bigger than himself. It's not all about Julian assange. It's about leaking seeking information about all these governments around the globe. wikileaks doesn't just leak information about the. US Government they leak information about government gangs all across the planet we. We only hear the stuff that affects the government gang here in the US more often than we hear about the rest of it. But this guy's doing everybody a favor by putting the truth out there and it's a shame that people like you you are out there just calling for his head for wait a minute wait a minute wait. I'm not calling necessarily for his head. Well there's gotta be some kind of a little parliament. You can't let everybody run around. Yeah you can. It's called freedom of speech buddy and it's supposed to be important people in the United States to we just opened the doors of the CIA. Okay and let everybody in in fact. Why don't we just shut down the CIA? How about that? We'd be. Why believe me? Why would we be big trouble? Why would we you and I be in big trouble? Just thinking. Hard government had no couldn't keep a single secret what what what what would be going on. They just went away entirely. That's because you don't know what's going out there with. How can read the noise? Well if we don't know the problems then how can they. How can you know that they've been resolved? You've been watching too much TV. Robert thanks for the call tonight. The CIA isn't resolving problems for people. It's out there causing problems. He just contradicted himself himself. He's like the. CEO is out there solving problems that we don't even know about. How do you know that they're not gonNa tell you that's for sure? How do you know what I say? He's watching TV every all the CIA is always doing good things things on television or whatever it reaps in action. Yeah these people are meddling and other people's business now look. I don't support foreign governments either but the the CIA doesn't belong meddling and other people's governments around the world and that's basically their job. There's more coming up.

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"federal republic" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"federal republic" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"To make gliders nine hundred fifty one and nineteen fifty five motorized airplanes okay time out quick history review after after World War Two the western sectors controlled by France the United Kingdom in the United States were merged on twenty three may nineteen forty one to form the Federal Republic of Germany Germany the Bundesrat Deutschland or West Germany on seven October nineteen forty nine Soviet zone became the deutsches richest democratic republic or East Germany West Germany Join NATO in nineteen fifty five to help defend Europe from the Soviet threat well. If it's part of NATO it needs an army and the Bundestag fear Federal Defence Force was founded in one thousand nine hundred eighty six. This title was was different from all the other titles German army had ever held the Luth Wafa is German language generic term for Air Force all other names for the air force just sounded forced and silly German so the generic term loofah stayed the lift WAFA is part of the Bundeswehr UNDIS- fear now was formed in nineteen fifty sixty s the aerial warfare branch of the newly constructed armed forces of West Germany soon after the Liuhua published a request quest proposal for a training aircraft the two main competitor the Beechcraft t thirty four mentor and the FAULK will company bidding. Api Gio Jio P. One for nine the Piaggio.

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On This Day in History: The East German Balloon Escape

This Day in History Class

04:07 min | 1 year ago

On This Day in History: The East German Balloon Escape

"Welcome to this day in history class where history waits for or no one today is September Sixteenth Twenty nineteen the day it was September Sixteenth nineteen seventy nine eight people escaped communist East Germany by floating over border fences to West Germany and a homemade hot air balloon. The German Federal Republic better known known as West Germany was created in nineteen forty nine when zones controlled by America Britain and France merged the Soviets then created East Germany also known as the German Democratic Republic from their zone of occupation though Berlin the former German capital well was situated within the Soviet zone. The city was divided into West Berlin and East Berlin East Germany built the Berlin Wall in nineteen sixty one to cut off the allied occupied West Berlin from East Berlin and surrounding East Germany. Many people attempted to escape East Germany see for West Germany motivated by troublesome political events in East Germany and better living conditions in West Germany but east Germany punished and demeaned and people who tried to flee the state the border was hundreds of miles long and made of metal fences with barbed wire watched by east German soldiers in watchtowers towers with searchlights sirens fleeing was punishable with fines and imprisonment and many people who tried to make it over the border were killed by landmines in cards still refugees attempted to flee using Abor Riecke tactics mechanic Peter. Sto Vic and his friend Rick Layer Guenter missile were eager to leave oppressive East Germany so they got the idea to escape with their families a hot air balloon after watching television show on the history of ballooning they studied how to make a balloon and realized that to carry eight passengers plus the weight of equipment and materials they would need beat a balloon that could hold ninety nine thousand cubic feet of air they bought rolls of material and bedsheets from shops around. East Germany and their wives stitch spend together to make the balloon the burner was made out of propane bottles and a stove pipe. The cast iron platform had posted on the corners for hand holes in rows anchors and the guardrail. What's a clothesline the whole time they were building the balloon. They were still going to work in their first. A few tests of their balloon were unsuccessful and they experimented with different materials to improve the balloons construction on the night of July third one thousand nine hundred ninety nine the cells family went to a meadow about twenty five miles from the border and attempted to make the trip to West Germany. The vessels cels had backed out afraid. The plan was too risky. Unfortunately the balloon dropped to the ground due to water vapor that added weight to the balloon in in the family did not make it across the border. They abandoned the balloon and wet back home fearing the East German authorities would be on their trails Thune soon. The Celtics decided to build a new larger balloon on September Sixteenth Nineteen seventy-nine. Both families went to the launch site. I took a twenty eight minute hot air balloon trip across the border into West Germany people who lived in Iowa the Bavarian town near where the hot air balloon landed offered the family's food money clothes housing and jobs the Celtics later moved to Switzerland then back to Germany after German Senate reunification in one thousand nine hundred ninety. The story of the balloon escape has been told in a book and movies. I'm eavesdrop coat and hopefully a you know a little more about history today than you did yesterday.

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"federal republic" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"federal republic" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Think I'd take it if I thought there was something wrong. I'd go maybe to the FBI the president on the defensive comparing possible, foreign interference into US affairs with having talks with international leaders, like the Queen of England or president of France. Tweeting, quote, should I immediately call the FBI about these calls and meetings. How ridiculous I would never be trusted again. The Trump campaign saying the president will handle processing information about political rivals on a case by case basis, we're following the president's lead. We're following his directed the Federal Election Commission, chairwoman firing back tweeting quote. I would not have thought that I needed to say this, adding she wanted to make it quote one hundred percent clear that it is a legal for any person to solicit accept or receive anything of value from four national in connection with a US election this listening. The president's comments sending a wave of criticism crashing over capital. Hill from democratic lawmakers. We got to protect our democracy. The one thing we know Russia and others will be back. House speaker Nancy Pelosi advancing legislation to require candidates to report efforts from foreign governments to influence elections. Senate Democrats tried to pass a similar Bill yesterday. But Republicans blocked it, how disgraceful it is Federal Republic friends cower before this president when they know. That the things he does severely damaged democracy. This one is a new low many GOP congressional members including key Trump allies. Like Senator Lindsey Graham distancing themselves, from the president performed government comes.

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"federal republic" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"federal republic" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Again, bad idea. But then abolish the electoral college. Well, intelligent people have goodwill, disagree about the value of the electoral college. But why are Democrats spending all this time on something? They know will not happen. The reason they want to abolish the colleges. It gives undue weight in their judgment to the least populous states, thirteen of whom are all required to stop a constitutional amendment. So it's not going to happen. Well of all people, you should know that the reason wanted to do something for something that doesn't look like it's going to happen is that twenty thirty forty years in the future. It will. That's what the Republicans and conservatives been so much better than the Democrats having an idea putting it in their thing. Tanks breeding it over. I mean Ronald Reagan. Was unthinkable in nineteen sixty four and then he was president in nineteen eighty. That's why but what about the situation itself that not just the electoral college here in eight states by twenty forty we'll have half the population, just eight states. That means they'll be sixteen senators for one half of America and eighty four for the other half that can't be what the founders had mind. I think it's exactly what the founders had in mind because what they I don't know what they were smoking, but that. That can't be right. They were smoking Virginia tobacco and what they wanted was a constitution that would preserve the federal nature of our system, and the electoral college, under the electro college we have fifty one direct elections of the president. They just happen to be in states and the district of Columbia, it seems like we're punishing people in cities seems like we're punishing where the population is in favor of land in, I don't know. Crows. Why I keep saying, I'm obsessed with this, why they're forty million people who get two senators in California and the Dakota territory gets four. I mean. We need a South Dakota. It should say the redundant St. on the license. Well, the founders believed in some of still believe that being a Federal Republic as good idea, and that the states should make presidential decisions to reaffirm the importance of states as in a good progresses will cabbie Louis Brandeis as laboratories of democracy. We want more vigorous more localism in our politics. Okay. And, and your book talks about, and I'm trying to summarize because it's television brilliant five hundred pages in a few words, but the mission creep of government. And I've read this has been a theme of yours for a long time. And when I was reading your book, it reminded me of an article, I read I found it, you're saying the federal government, you say the most important word in the declaration of independence is secure, because it says we should the government will secure the rights that the government's job isn't to create new governments are instituted to secure rights, but that's the declaration of independence. That's the writing on the box. The instruction manual is to constitute. Ocean? Doesn't that create rights? Isn't that what the Bill of rights is the Bill of rights is mostly a bunch of prescriptions? The government shell not do certain things, so not establish. Right. Of course they are and nights amendment. In the Bill of rights says the enumeration of rights in this Bill of rights, shall not be seen to disparage the uninitiated writes that remain. Okay. Well, let me read from the article that I remembered from solar told you I used to clip your stuff you're talking about. It's interesting Grover Cleveland. You said, if Democrats really wanted discourage special interest, follow the example of Grover Cleveland, the last democrat, president who understood the federal government as the founders did just what your new book is about, as a government of limited because enumerated powers, you say an eighteen eighty seven president..

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"federal republic" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"federal republic" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Just focus on the last ten years. You will find Bank fraud. You will find wire fraud? Doesn't mean it existed? There will be an argument for that. Because if you filled out a Bank financial form, you estimate the value of your assets and largely those are self generated by what you think they're worth. There's no independent study. What your assets are worth. You simply file a Bank statement saying this is my net worth. And you give it to the back if the government can prove that there was an embellishment by one dollar on billions of dollars transactions that is Bank fraud, and that is wire fraud. So if the government wants to get Trump, the government can get Trump if the government does not want to get Hillary the government will not get Hillary. So Komi struck page Baker all the rest FBI rod Rosenstein, they did not want to get Hillary. So they twisted themselves into a pretzel to make sure they did not get Hillary. Right. If they wanna get Trump Mark my words today, March third if they want to get Trump, they will get Trump if they want to the problem is the department of injustice has guidelines that say a sitting president cannot be invited. Why how can you have the commander in chief with war about the breakout serving time Joliet doesn't work that way? So the problem is if Trump is reelected in two thousand twenty two four more years the statute runs on almost all these so-called crimes. So the effort of the Democrats and working with the department of Justice and the swamp creatures in Washington, we'll be to do something. Maybe a secret indictment or something character, you get into media to make sure that Trump is not reelected. It is sink the SS Trump at all cost. That's what's behind this before I go to the calls, by the way, our line is eight six six six four seven seven three three seven. There was a Wall Street Journal NBC pulled it came out Saturday yesterday that has Trump at forty five percent nationally. Now if you exempt out of that forty five percent, those Le vian, California, New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Rhode Island, the Eleanor the deep blue states and the states that matter we don't have national popular elections because we're we're a Federal Republic, we're not a democracy because we don't directly elect presidents the electors do that Trump is about fifty five percent in the states. That matter I live in Ohio his approval rating in Ohio is about fifty eight percent. So high was Representative of Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Iowa. He wins those states he's going to have an electoral landslide, again, threanened three electoral votes. You're gonna have a landslide. So when you do polling that is a national poll that says forty five percent. One of every twelve Americans live in twelve percents. I'm sorry. Twelve percent of the American people live in California twelve percent about forty million. The living in calif-, they don't count because there a deep blue state that doesn't matter. A vote in Ohio or Michigan or Wisconsin has much more valuable than a vote in New York, Massachusetts, Illinois or California or Washington, Oregon, national elections, don't take place their state by state. We are a Federal Republic that means that when you hear forty five percent nationally. It means in the states that matter Trump has a landslide victory coming at fifty five percent Ohio is about fifty eight percent. He's wildly popular. Right live. He he'd be like the by maybe sixty percent of the vote if he happens to have the good fortune to run again, someone like Bernie Sanders or some other socialist. So the fact that matter is Trump is doing magnificently. And a week where the media has viciously and wrongfully attacked him again. And again, and again, it doesn't stop North Korea was success. It wasn't a failure. Michael Cohen said there was no Russian collusion except by Hillary Clinton. We know she spent money through a law firm to give the Christopher Steele to get dig dirt up on Trump that was used as the basis for the affidavit against the FIS award. So how's it possible that Hillary Clinton did collude with the Russians and the media doesn't care while on the other hand Trump did not collude with the Russians and the media's dropped it quickly. Let's continue with more and one last thought we'll deal with the Democratic Party, and what they're doing to African Americans because Julian Castro and Kamala, Harris and Elizabeth Warren and others have said that blacks need reparations, there might need reparations, but they need rep. Creations from the Democratic Party. Let's continue with more nineteen minutes after the hour. Bill cunningham. The great American live with you every Sunday night. Stay informed with El paso's News Radio. Six ninety. You know, the problem with public wifi? It's right there in the name public connect, the public wifi, and even if it's password protected, you could be tossing all your expectations about privacy out. That's.

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"federal republic" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"federal republic" Discussed on 600 WREC

"That's what's behind this before I go to the calls, by the way, our line is eight six six six four seven seven three three seven. There was a Wall Street Journal NBC pulled it came out Saturday yesterday that has Trump at forty five percent nationally. Now if you exempt out of that forty five percent, those Le vian, California, New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Rhode Island, the Eleanor the deep blue states and the states that matter we don't have national popular elections because we're a we're a Federal Republic, we're not a democracy because we don't directly elect presidents the electors do that Trump is about fifty five percent in the states. That matter I live in Ohio his approval rating in Ohio is about fifty eight percent. So high oh is Representative of Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Iowa. He wins those states he's going to have an electoral landslide again threatened three electoral votes gonna have a landslide. So when you do polling that is a national poll that says forty five percent. One of every twelve Americans live in twelve percent. I'm sorry. Twelve percent of the American people live in California twelve percent about forty million. Living in California. They don't count because they're a deep blue state that doesn't matter. A vote in Ohio or Iowa or Michigan or Wisconsin has much more valuable than a vote in New York, Massachusetts, Illinois or California or Washington, Oregon, national elections, don't take place their state by state. We are a Federal Republic. That means that when you hear forty five percent nationally. It means in the states that matter Trump has a landslide victory coming at fifty five percent Ohio is about fifty eight percent. He's wildly popular where I live. He he'd be like by maybe sixty percent of the vote. If he happens to have the good fortune to run against someone like Bernie Sanders or some other socialist. So the fact of the matter is Trump is doing magnificently. In a week where the media has viciously and wrongfully attacked him again. And again, and again, it doesn't stop North Korea was success. It wasn't a failure. Michael Cohen said there was no Russian collusion except by Hillary Clinton. We know she spent money through a law firm to give Christopher Steele to get dig dirt up on Trump that was uses the basis for the affidavit to get the FIS award. So how's it possible that Hillary Clinton did collude with the Russians and the media doesn't care while on the other hand Trump did not collude with the Russians and the media's dropped it quickly. Let's continue with more and one last thought we'll deal with the Democratic Party, and what they're doing to African Americans because Julian Castro come Harrison, Elizabeth Warren and others have said that blacks need reparations, they might need reparations, but they need rep. Creations from the Democratic Party. Let's continue with more nineteen minutes after the hour. Bill cutting into great American live.

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"federal republic" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"federal republic" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Just focus in the last ten years, you will find Bank fraud, you will find wire fraud. Doesn't mean it existed? There'll be an argument for that. Because if you filled out a Bank financial form, you estimate the value of your assets and largely those are self generated by what you think they're worth. There's no independent study. What your assets are worth. You simply file a Bank statement saying this is my net worth. And you give it to the Bank. If the government can prove that there was an embellishment by one dollar on billions of dollars of transactions that is Bank fraud, and that is wire fraud. So if the government wants to get Trump, the government can't get Trump if the government does not want to get Hillary the government will not get Hillary. So Komi struck page Baker all the rest FBI rod Rosenstein, they did not want to get Hillary. So they twisted themselves into a pretzel to make sure they did not get Hillary. Right. If they want to get Trump Mark my words today March the third if they want to get Trump, they will get Trump if they want to now, the problem is the department of injustice has guidelines that say a sitting president can be indicted. Why how can you have the commander in chief with war about the breakout serving time Joliet doesn't work that way? So the problem is if Trump is reelected in two thousand twenty two four more years the statute runs on almost all these so-called primes. So the effort of the democrat. Pat's and working with the department of Justice and the swamp creatures in Washington, we'll be to do something. Maybe a secret indictment or something character, you get into the media to make sure that Trump is not reelected. It is sink the SS Trump at all cost. That's what's behind this before I go to the calls, by the way, our line is eight six six six four seven seven three three seven. There was a Wall Street Journal NBC pulled it came out Saturday yesterday. That has Trump at forty five percent nationally. Now if you exempt out of that forty five percent, those Le vian, California, New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Rhode Island, the Eleanor the deep blue states and the states that matter we don't have national popular elections because we're we're a Federal Republic, we're not a democracy because we don't directly elect presidents the electors do that Trump is about fifty five percent in the states. That matter I live in Ohio his approval rating in Ohio's about fifty eight percent. So high was Representative of Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Iowa. He wins those states he's going to have an electoral landslide, again, three hundred three electoral votes. You're gonna have a landslide. So when you do polling that is a national poll that says forty five percent. One of every twelve Americans live in twelve percent. I'm sorry. Twelve percent of the American people live in California twelve percent about forty million. They live in California. They don't count because there are a deep blue state that doesn't matter. A vote in Ohio or Michigan or Wisconsin is much more valuable than a vote in New York, Massachusetts, Illinois or California or Washington, Oregon, national elections, don't take place their state by state. We are a Federal Republic. That means that when you hear forty five percent nationally. It means in the states that matter Trump has a landslide victory coming at fifty five percent Ohio about fifty eight percent. He's wildly popular where I live. He he'd be elected by maybe sixty percent of the vote. If he happens to have the good fortune to run against someone like Bernie Sanders, or some other socialists. So the fact of the matter is Trump is doing magnificently. And a week where the media has viciously in wrongfully attacked him again. And again, and again, it doesn't stop North Korea was success. It wasn't a failure. Michael Cohen said there was no Russian collusion except by Hillary Clinton. We know she spent money through a law firm to give the Christopher Steele to get dig dirt up on Trump that was used as the basis for the affidavit to get the FIS award. So how's it possible that Hillary Clinton did collude with the Russians and the media doesn't care while on the other hand Trump did not collude with the Russians and the media's dropped it quickly. Let's continue with more and one last thought we'll deal with the Democratic Party, and what they're doing to African Americans because Julian Castro and Kamala, Harris and Elizabeth Warren and others have said that blacks need reparations, they might need reparations, but they need rep. Nations from the Democratic Party. Let's continue with more nineteen minutes after the hour. Bill cunningham. The great American live with you every Sunday night..

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"federal republic" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"federal republic" Discussed on KNSS

"Just focus in the last ten years, you will find Bank fraud, you will find wire fraud. Then mean it existed? There'll be an argument. For that. Because if you filled out a Bank financial form, you estimate the value of your assets and largely those are self generated by what you think they're worth. There was no independent study. What your assets are worth. You simply file a Bank statement saying this is my net worth. And you give it to the back. If the government can prove that there was an abolishment by one dollar on billions of dollars of transactions that is Bank fraud, and that is wire fraud. So if the government wants to get Trump, the government can get Trump if the government does not want to get Hillary the government will not get Hillary. So Komi struck page Baker all the rest FBI rod Rosenstein, they did not want to get Hillary. So they twisted themselves into a pretzel to make sure they did not get Hillary. Right. If they want to get Trump Mark my words today March the third if they wanna get Trump, they will get Trump if they want to the problem is the department of injustice has guidelines that say a sitting president can be indicted. Why how can you have the commander in chief with war about to break out serving time? Joliet doesn't work that way. So the problem is if Trump is reelected in two thousand twenty two four more years the statute runs on almost all these so-called crimes. So the effort of the Democrats and working with the department of Justice and the swamp creatures in Washington, we'll be to do something. Maybe a secret indictment or something character, you get into media to make sure that Trump is not reelected. It is sink the SS Trump at all cost. That's what's behind this before I go to the calls, by the way, our line is eight six six six four seven seven three three seven. There was a Wall Street Journal NBC pulled it came out Saturday yesterday that has Trump at forty five percent nationally. Now if you exempt out of that forty five percent, those Le vian, California, New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Rhode Island, the Eleanor the deep blue states and the states that matter we don't have national popular elections because we're we're a Federal Republic, we're not a democracy because we don't directly elect presidents the electors do that Trump is about fifty five percent in the states. That matter I live in Ohio his approval rating in Ohio is about fifty eight percent. So high was Representative of Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Iowa. He wins those states he's going to have an electoral landslide again, threatened three electoral votes. You're gonna have a landslide. So when you do polling that has a national poll that says forty five percent. One of every twelve Americans live in twelve percent. I'm sorry. Twelve percent of the American people live in California twelve percent about forty million. The living California. They don't count because there are deep blue state that doesn't matter. A vote in Ohio or Iowa or Michigan or Wisconsin is much more valuable than a vote in New York, Massachusetts, Illinois or California or Washington, Oregon, national elections, don't take place their state by state. We are a Federal Republic. That means that when you hear forty five percent nationally. It means in the states that matter Trump has a landslide victory coming at fifty five percent Ohio is about fifty eight percent. He's wildly popular where I live. He he'd be like the by maybe sixty percent of the vote if he happens to have the good fortune to run against someone like Bernie Sanders or some other socialists. So the fact of the matter is Trump is doing magnificently. In a week where the media has viciously and wrongfully attacked him again. And again, and again, it doesn't stop North Korea was success. It wasn't a failure. Michael Cohen said there was no Russian collusion except by Hillary Clinton. We know she spent money through a law firm to give the Christopher Steele to get dig dirt up on Trump that was used as the basis for the epidemic, but to get the FIS award. So how's it possible that Hillary Clinton did collude with the Russians and the media doesn't care while on the other hand Trump did not collude with the Russians and the media's dropped it quickly. Let's continue with more and one last thought we'll deal with the Democratic Party, and what they're doing to African Americans because Julian Castro and Kamala, Harris and Elizabeth Warren and others have said that blacks need reparations, they might need reparations, but they need rep. Creations from the Democratic Party. Let's continue with more nineteen minutes after the hour. Bill cunningham. The great American live with you every Sunday night. Breaking news trending talk ninety.

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"federal republic" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"federal republic" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Just focus on the last ten years. You will find Bank fraud, you will find wire fraud. It doesn't mean it existed. There'll be an argument for that. Because if you filled out a Bank financial form. U S to mate the value of your assets. And largely those are self generated by what you think they're worth there. No, independent study. What your assets are worth. You simply file a a Bank statement saying this is my net worth. And you give it to the Bank. If the government can prove that there was an embellishment by one dollar on billions of dollars of transactions that is Bank fraud, and that is wire fraud. So if the government wants to get Trump, the government can get Trump if the government does not want to get Hillary the government will not get Hillary. So Komi struck page Baker all the rest FBI rod Rosenstein, they did not want to get Hillary. So they twisted themselves into a pretzel to make sure they did not get Hillary. Right. If they want to get Trump Mark my words today March the third if they want to get Trump, they will get Trump if they want to now, the problem is the department of injustice has guidelines that say a sitting president up indicted. Why how can you have the commander in chief with war about the breakout serving time Joliet doesn't work that way? So the problem is if Trump is reelected in two thousand twenty two four more years the statute runs on almost all these so-called crimes. So the effort of the Democrats and working with the department of Justice and the swamp creatures in Washington, we'll be to do something. Maybe a secret indictment or something character, you get into media to make sure that Trump is not reelected. It is sink the SS Trump at all cost. That's what's behind this before I go to the calls, by the way, our line is eight six six six four seven seven three three seven. There was a Wall Street Journal NBC pulled it came out Saturday yesterday that has Trump at forty five percent nationally. Now if you exempt out of that forty five percent, those Le vian, California, New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Rhode Island, the Illinois, the deep blue states and the states that matter we don't have national popular elections because we're we're a Federal Republic, we're not a democracy because we don't directly elect presidents the electors do that Trump is about fifty five percent in the states. That matter I live in Ohio his approval rating and Ohio's about fifty eight percent. So is Representative of Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Iowa. He wins those states he's going to have an electoral landslide, again, three hundred three electoral votes. He's going to have a landslide. So when you do polling that is a national poll that says forty five percent. One of every twelve Americans live in twelve percent. I'm sorry. Twelve percent of the American people live in California twelve percent about forty million. Living in California. They don't count because there a deep blue state that doesn't matter. A vote in Ohio or Iowa or Michigan or Wisconsin is much more valuable than a vote in New York, Massachusetts, Illinois or California or Washington, Oregon, national elections, don't take place their state by state. We are Federal Republic. That means that when you hear forty five percent nationally. It means in the states that matter Trump has a landslide victory coming at fifty five percent Ohio is about fifty eight percent. He's wildly popular where I live. He he'd be like the by maybe sixty percent of the vote if he happens to have the good fortune to run against someone like Bernie Sanders or some other socialist. So the fact of the matter is Trump is doing magnificently. And a week where the media has viciously and wrongfully attacked him again. And again, and again, it doesn't stop North Korea was success. It wasn't a failure. Michael Cohen said there was no Russian collusion except by Hillary Clinton. We know she spent money through a law firm to give the Christopher Steele to get dig dirt up on Trump that was used as the basis for the affidavit to get the FIS award. So how's it possible that Hillary Clinton did collude with the Russians and the media doesn't care while on the other hand Trump did not collude with the Russians and the media's dropped it quickly. Let's continue with more and one last thought we'll deal with the Democratic Party, and what they're doing to African Americans because Julian Castro and Kamala, Harris and Elizabeth Warren and others have said that blacks need reparations, they might need reparations, but they need rep. Creations from the Democratic Party. Let's continue with more nineteen minutes after the hour. Bill cunningham. The great American live with you every Sunday night..

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"federal republic" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"federal republic" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"One thing So you Said you'd better not talk about what are the consequences in your mind if, he dies said what I'm going, to say but what? Are the. Thank you, thank. You everybody Minority leader Senator Chuck Schumer speaking today to reporters after his meeting with supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh earlier. Today on Capitol Hill next a. Teleconference with, the. US immigration and customs enforcement and. Removal. Operations on the deportation of, a former Nazi SS labor camp guard in German-occupied Poland this teleconference. Runs about twenty, minutes good morning everyone thank you, for joining today's call? Today we. Are joined. By President Richard chronology Germany, ally, Rosenbaum director Strategy, and the Justice department, and then right The criminal division Human rights immigration, and customs enforcement and The State Department c. span radio WCS, PFM, Washington question and, answer Related to this topic. The entire on the record Embargoed until, the conclusion of the call Good morning My name is The president All is to provide information to members of the media with regard to the US Enforcement Removal, operations, deportation, yucky, Polly Duesseldorf, Germany the White House Even this morning that. Emphasized the administration's interested in, seeing removal could beat it shorter President Trump Polly's removal strong message to the entire. World denied firmly, against, anti, war, crimes and, human rights violation Hollywood eight former not be labor camp guard in German Emigrated to the United States in one thousand nine hundred forty nine and naturalized United States in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven Immigration Included Playing a company Was ordered In order to remove or Judge in two thousand four is appeal on that matter with denied in two thousand five Successful removal embodied in collaborative approach empathize, by the Trump administration Dan clear bodyman of the president's word that the United States values the dignity of every human life protects the right of every person and shares Freedom We're gonna go around the table The Federal Republic Thank you Despite this. Opening berry Our very thankful for all, our partners in Washington which really equipped us gave us the right information to work with new members of the. Cabinet here in Germany They saw this as a immoral obligation that they had not not so much a legal, obligation that the individual was not is not a German citizen so the moral obligation because this individual served it In the name of the the former German German government was was something that the new cabinet. Members accepted I want to specifically in Germany thank Foreign minister Heiko. Ma He's he's new relatively, new to the job and he integrated. Pompeo work very closely and he brought some new in different energy to this issue, as well, as minister stay Hoffer who is the minister. Of interior in Germany he also brought really a creative looking. At at this issue we brought it up very regularly and as loudly as we could on a regular basis foot with every person that we met regardless of. What the issue was we, brought up this case and there just seemed to be a new energy with the with the new, government here in Germany and we're very thankful for their their help.

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"federal republic" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"federal republic" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"It's just it's very difficult stuff director at around that's all because there were also describing the movements of matter through the universe ray us and the forces the forces acting upon that matter and the rules of the road for those forces if they are like chess pieces that can only move in certain directions yes yes yes yes so that's what they're looking for and they've been trying to do this for awhile right yes they have been let's travel all the way back to nineteen fifty three to the sixth section the sixth session of the cern council which took place in paris on from june 29th to july 1st the convention established the organization was signed they were subject to ratification by 12 different states the convention was gradually ratified by the founding member states were talking belgium denmark france the federal republic of germany greece italy the netherlands norway sweden switzerland the united kingdom and yugoslavia and yugoslavia so when when thing that's interesting but this is the conspiracy theories were or fringe researchers see this international cooperation as very strong circumstantial evidence that something oh i was gonna say that something is rotten in denmark but shakespeare fear side here that doesn't imply but that's the you know some pupil distrust that level of geopolitical cooperation are yes so many different governing entities having their hands in this got it or you know it could just be humans working together to do the coolest experiments possible i really appreciate that point matt and we hope that's the case i was just going to argue that it was probably too expensive for each of those countries to move forward on their own blacks a lot of sense to gas shadowy kebir all interested scientist vil trying together.

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