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Trump Joins Giuliani In Pennsylvania For Hearing On Election Fraud Allegations
"President Trump is expected to join Attorney Rudy Giuliani and Gettysburg, Pennsylvania today for what's being billed as a hearing on election fraud allegations in the Keystone State State. GOP lawmakers air holding the hearing to cast further down on the outcome of the election, where President elect Joe Biden won by more than 80,000 votes. Gettysburg is a sign of a major civil war battle. Was seen as the beginning of the end for the Confederacy.
Electric Car Chargers: When Supply Drives Demand
"Suddenly we are now looking at cars that can go three hundred miles on a single charge right and while they're still too expensive for many people they're expected to get a lot cheaper in the next few years but now people are worried about how long it takes to charge. Yeah and that's a. That's a fair question i guess how. How long does it take to charge and electric vehicle. More than fifteen minutes less than two days. Yeah that's not helpful right so i could throw a whole bunch of numbers that you to explain why there are so many variables that affect this but the most important thing actually isn't the numbers. It's the fact that most electric car owners most of the time charged their car like this. My name is duane ross. I live in corrales new mexico. And i have a two thousand thirteen tesla model s when i bought this car headache. Standard tesla charger installed in my garage. And you just plug that in and of course the charge and then he goes in his house and lives his life. Yeah in the case of someone like duane. Ross and others. It doesn't really matter how long it takes to charge. Because you just leave the thing there overnight right right and it would be parked anyway. Yeah also more convenient than having to go to the gas station from time to time. Plus it's cheap like a lot cheaper than paying for gas is the way i understand it I could see how this works for daily driving. But let's say. I want to take a big road trip right across the whole country. What then that's where. Fast chargers come in. Joyce bryner has a tesla model three. She recently stopped to charge up at a brand new super charger in gettysburg pennsylvania. It sounded like this can hear the power ramping up there. So this is a gonna charge me fast and Let's see what car says here. Looks like of got twenty five minutes to get to eighty percent charge. This is kind of staggering so charging the car at home would take hours and hours charging on the go using one of these fast chargers takes. What like twenty thirty minutes half an hour. Maybe not much more than that. That's amazing yet. That is really quick. There aren't very many fast chargers. That actually are that fast. You might take longer especially at an older charter. Though pricier i take it then then obviously charging it at home because it's well i guess it's just it's it's almost free at home right right and this case. Brynner's charged cost a little over eleven dollars not too bad compared to gas but more expensive than home. Okay so even at a state of the art charger. It's obviously still a lot less convenient than a gas station just because it takes awhile right but remember for most drivers. that's also not a very frequent experience. Mike davar needs with the market research firm s. Clint and he says if you ask people who are considering electric vehicles they really focus on the idea of waiting to charge. Is i think psychologically waited more than it deserves. And the inverse of that is the fact that they don't tend to appreciate how much they'll benefit from nocco gas stations so even though fast charging this rare occurrence for most drivers a lot of companies are really focused on making it as fast as possible and putting up as many fast chargers as possible. Yeah i could see how that would get people over that mental hump so that they just by the thing and then after that they're they're mostly just charging it at home. Yup that's the psychology. Are you ready for the economics. Are you seriously asking me. If i'm ready for the echinacea. All right here. We go the fastest. Fast chargers are super expensive to install like more than one hundred thousand dollars per charger. That means you can only really make money off of them. If people are using them a lot if the utilization rate is really high but remember most people mostly charge at home. Oh there's another hump to get over sure. I spoke to end smart. She's the vp of public policy at charge point which is charging company. And with the fast charger you often have low utilization. Not because it's not an unnecessary piece of infrastructure but because it's in a location which is vital to two drivers occasionally but not necessarily used frequently every single day so in other words. People really want a fast charger to just be there. And in fact they won't buy an electric vehicle unless they're already confident that there are fast chargers everywhere and they're super fast and in fact way faster than they are right now. They want the whole package but they don't actually want to use those fancy chargers all the time it's easier and cheaper to charge at home. It's actually better for your battery too. So it's kind of like if everyone wanted a gas station nearby but they could just get the same gas at home for a fraction of the cost right and in that situation. And you're the gas station. How do you make money. Well i mean you can always just get money from the government. The taxpayer That is happening as i understand. Yep charging are also cutting deals with utilities and of course they're they're joining forces with automakers right because they want to chargers to exist so that people buy their electric cars. The automakers do. Kathy's oy is the ceo of vigo which is fast charging network and they have a deal with gm essentially agreement with general motors is building a bridge between where there's enough cars on the road to make money which is a little time in the future to two right now. So that helps us will build the of demand because general motors has come to the party and is helping make a contribution to the building that infrastructure so he also says look people right now mostly charge at home but that could change in a few years once more. People who don't have garages start buying electric cars. So maybe utilization goes up and this is really interesting camilla because like we normally think about how demand drives supplies like people want man for something. They're willing to spend money on it. So you know. Accompany supplies it Here's always saying that. Like no once the supplies out there. Then it's going to drive up demand so build chargers and people will buy the vehicles to use the chargers she also says maybe you can get a bunch of shipping transportation companies to use these fast chargers and that'll help cover their costs. So companies are optimistic. Then they see a path to profitability. Here yeah but. I think it would be fair to say that. It's a lot easier to get there. If people were a bit more rational. If people used fast chargers as much as they worry about fast chargers they're either be a lot more charging or a lot less worrying. Yeah and in either case. Just less of a conundrum
"gettysburg pennsylvania" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Going to be the Sunday the return day in response to T Essa opening more security lines to allow for more distance between passengers, and it's working on technology to create less close interaction with T Essa officers like Stone. ABC knew another 778,000 out of work. Americans filing for unemployment benefits last week. That's up from the previous week and adding to the million's already out of work in this pandemic, relying on government assistance. What's left of the cares? Acts stimulus is set to expire next month. Food banks reporting an increase in demand for meals. Wasn't intellect Joe Biden will offer a pre Thanksgiving address today, President Trump vowing to keep his legal fight going in this election, even as more states certify their election results and a trip to meet with Pennsylvania State GOP leaders is now off. The White House never said officially of President Trump would travel to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania today to join the gathering of a handful of Pennsylvania State Republican lawmakers who are meeting to discuss the 2020 election. But just before noon, word came from the White House that the president was not making the trip. Sources told ABC that the present His attorney, Rudy Giuliani, had been pushing for the president to go. But senior White House and campaign officials spent Monday trying to convince him not to Pennsylvania certified. It's election results on Tuesday. Joe Biden leaves President Trump by just over 80,000 votes. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington You're listening to ABC News. This is an advertisement paid on attorney just three insurance. They're all about finding you. The lowest quote, not earning the highest commission call 18885117722 or visit as three a insurance dot com from the stray Insurance traffic Center, dolphin westbound between Red Road a mile in dairy. A car fire has a left wing block. Stop and go Traffic from Lejeune Road, Take Flagler as your alternative. This report sponsored by Merrill 3 95 eastbound before Biscayne Road Construction as a left wing block, looking further north Broward County 95.
"gettysburg pennsylvania" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Kaskey telling ABC nn between 900 a million passengers on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, and that probably the busiest day of the entire weekend is going to be the Sunday to return day in response to T Essa opening more security lines to allow for more distance between passengers, and it's working on technology to create less close interaction with T ESSA officers like Stone ABC News, Another 778,000 out of work Americans filing for unemployment benefits last week that's up. From the previous week and adding to the million's already out of work in this pandemic, relying on government assistance. What's left of the cares act stimulus is set to expire next month. FOOD banks reporting an increase in demand for meals. President elect Joe Biden will offer a pre Thanksgiving address today, President Trump vowing to keep his legal fight going in this election, even as more states certify their election results. And a trip to meet with Pennsylvania State GOP leaders is now off. The White House never said officially of President Trump would travel to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania today to join the gathering of a handful of Pennsylvania State Republican lawmakers who are meeting to discuss the 2020 election. But just before noon, word came from the White House that the president was not making the trip. Sources told ABC that the president's attorney, Rudy Giuliani, had been pushing for the president to go. But senior White House and campaign officials spent Monday trying to convince him not to Pennsylvania certifying its election results on Tuesday. Joe Biden leaves President Trump by just over 80,000 votes. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington You're listening to ABC News..
Biden can start accessing presidential daily briefing as transition gets underway
"All right, let's talk some election challenges in transition activity. Take it away. Yeah, let's start with the transition activity, which is underway. We know that. As of Monday, the General Services Administration informed President elect Joe Biden at the Trump administration was ready to begin the formal transition process, which in essence is their first step in admitting that President Trump didn't win the Joe Biden did, and we're beginning the process of getting the power and information to the hands of the person that should be taking over come January 20th. So that is, at least to this point in time. We're hearing underway Joe Biden's transition team now talking with all federal agencies. And with that A part of this transition also includes having the ability to access additional office space inside those agencies and the ability to use federal dollars for background checks on Biden's White House staff appointments as well as Cabinet picks, and it also opens the door for Joe Biden. To have the access to the cove in 19 data vaccine vaccine distribution plans and also get the presidential daily briefing. So all of that supposedly began yesterday is going through today here as well. And the interesting part about that is that while that's all underway, President Trump is still saying he is refusing to concede and that he is going to continue to fight. S O yesterday morning. He tweeted that there would be a big lawsuit that would be filed soon. Now we don't know what that lawsuit is. But the president says he's moving full steam ahead still full steam ahead. Now. Today, they're scheduled to be in Pennsylvania Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, meeting that Rudy Giuliani scheduled that is supposed to kind of clarify where things stand in regards to these elections suits that have gone on. We know that when you're just looking at the track record right now, there's only about three active cases remaining right now, out of all of the other cases. They haven't filed a case that the law team for President Trump since November 18th. So all of the lawsuits came between Election Day on November 18th. And since then, the flurry of lawsuits really kind of all concluded bloom. Daddy only three left in one of those, for instance, in Michigan is just all about there being rejected. Defective, improper fire. Wait, That's something that generally you fix real quick. Send it back to the courts and begin the process of hearing that case That hasn't happened with President Trump's legal team. We don't know why was it a mistake? Was it something that planning on doing But we do know that there might be an announcement today after Pennsylvania had their certification of votes yesterday. There might be an announcement today. They're in Gettysburg as to what the next move is going to be for the legal team. In Pennsylvania. I was watching an interview with Alan Dershowitz. And, of course, the Allens Ah, liberal attorney. Very, very bright. He said that the president probably had his best legal footing in Pennsylvania with two or three angles. But so far that really has not come to fruition is you kind of pointed out? Yeah, it's been a situation where you had 19 cases filed by the campaign. 15 have already been denied or dismissed by judges or withdrawn from the campaign itself. Most of that is coming from lack of substantial evidence of voter fraud to back up the claim, so what's left is Not a lot, and also not a lot of time Bloom, Daddy because you're going to have come the 14th of December which, as we're just looking at that calendars here, Thanksgiving wraps up and then they come. Everybody comes back to town. November 30th. The next days. December 1st you've got till December 14th to have electors from each state meet to formally nominate the next president. So if you're going to try to get a legal something battle in you start and finish it before December 14th in order to have any effect on it. Have a sign of that is if you're just trying to work the angle of getting electors to make a decision independent of the state. They represent an independent of the votes that were cast in that state that you also have two weeks to try to get that done here. So I don't know what's going to be able to get done. But these next two weeks between now and December, 14th will be interesting to see cause that will kind of finalize any final nails in the confident you will of the 2020 election.
Trump Says He Might Accept GOP Nomination at 'Great Battlefield of Gettysburg'
"You just think they come get any Wes And they? There is a man called Jeremy Diamond, who works for CNN covering the White House. And when the president announced yesterday that one of the locations where he may be giving his acceptance speech for the Republican nomination for the presidential election this November, this was the official quote unquote journalistic response. From CNN, Eric play video cut for And Pam. We've reported that President Trump is considering delivering his GOP nomination acceptance speech from the White House. But amid some criticism of that potential venue, the president is now floating another one. This time he's talking about the hallowed Civil War battlefield in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. That could be controversial to particularly because this is a president who has consistently positions himself as a defender of Confederate symbols and monuments to Confederate generals. Them. Yeah, that's a fair point to make. Tough. A fair point should I couldn't you know, I know I am an immigrant to the United States. I think I know my American history quite well, but remind, remind us sure which signed one and get his book. That's what's so great about that clip is, I don't think the reporter understood that it was an overwhelming union victory that the Confederacy was slaughtered in one of the most consequential. The battles in that entire ward to go and say that Gettysburg somehow this Confederate monument and no match to the Confederacy requires Either just monumental dishonesty or abject ignorance in stupidity.
Mass Hauntings in Gettysburg
"Mass haunting 's in Gettysburg for over one Hundred Years Gettysburg Pennsylvania's been flooded by reports of paranormal activity from Phantom cries, wounded soldiers, lifelike apparitions, many visitors to Gettysburg of untouched by haunting. Past Gettysburg was a site where confederate and union armies clashed on July. First, eighteen, sixty, three, the battle. Was Day bloodbath that will change American history forever when cannon smoke clear the union soldiers had one but nearly five thousand horses and fifty thousand men lay dead or dying ninety. The confederate soldiers never received a proper burial now, more than fourteen decades. Later, these unsubtle spirits may still linger and Gettysburg. This historic town is home to a surprising number of Phantom. Forms captured in photography including the ghost of what appears to be General Robert e Lee the Daniel Lady Farm was used a confederate army field hospital soldiers. He suffered from artillery wounds usually lot of chest wombs lost limbs were brought to the farm to recover suffer through the final moments of their lives. The farmhouse and barns saw their share of ghastly horror. The ghosts of general. Isaac you'll and his ten thousand men still reportedly off the farm cash town and just eight miles west of the tiny town cash town was the site where the first soldier was killed during the Gettysburg campaign of the civil war. The current owners believe they have proof of their ghastly and ghostly visitors chat Palomino in his wife had. Pictures from nineteen, Eighty, seven through two, thousand, seven, a strange orbs and skeleton showing up in photos according to Mr Palladino he and his guests have heard their share of thumping doors. They've also witnessed lights turning on and off on their own doors lock IAN unlocking themselves. The history of Gettysburg hotel is filled with tales very haunting 's a ghost of A. Woman. Who has been seen dancing in the hotel's ballroom paranormal investigators believe the spirit of Union soldier James Colbert on of company K Pennsylvania reserves still roams around the hotel or the Bala dairy in offer spectacular views of the countryside. It's sometimes gives visitors a terrifying glimpse of life after death located on hospital road in served as a union field hospital during. Day Two of the battling Gettysburg Suzanne Lawn key. The owner has collected dozens of stories of photos of her guests ghostly encounters according to a psychic. The in appears to be haunted by confederate soldiers buried underneath a nearby tennis court. The ghost train tourists could take a ninety minute ride on the ghost train the only ghost tour. Gettysburg that takes visitors across. The actual battlefield. One of the tour storyteller says he and the passengers of smelt cigar smoke and see the souls of soldiers roaming on the train or near the tracks won't traveling across historic battle mass
"gettysburg pennsylvania" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris
"To the conservative circus, I am your ringmaster James t Harris. Got Word that the the Senate is meeting today. The question is are they going to take up a the legislators bill that was passed last week. Are they going to go even further to try to to push back against the the decrees that still in place by our Lord Ducie, or are they just going to just shut this whole thing up last week there was. Was The van tastic article of what the legislature should be doing, and it was by our sin Say Jeff, Jeffords instructor at the leadership and Freedom Center in Gettysburg Pennsylvania. He is also my co host on the constitutional conversations and Jeff. That article was very well received in its history. Lesson I want to start out with this We heard the governor and other officials. Say last week that the that the. Governor's. Of the governorship the legislature they're all coal equal branches of government in Arizona. Is that correct? Well I think..
"gettysburg pennsylvania" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Was just a spectacle and I gave a speech that fourth of July and the next day in the newspapers they made it all about partisan politics when all I spoke about was George Washington and our founding and we haven't been to a fourth of July celebration really since to change our tradition has been lost I spoke here last night at turning point USA and I was amazed at how many people just don't know our history and this is a well educated group but I see it all the time they don't know our history at all our history has been taken from us so I am really happy to announce that and I truly believe in miracles because of miracles that have happened in the last few weeks I can announce today that this July fourth independence day weekend it will happen between the third fourth and fifth in Gettysburg Pennsylvania we are restoring the covenant it's a three day event that will be able to cover really everything history you're gonna learn more about history and fun in different ways we're going to start with the Shabbat meal it's going to be hosted by several people that you know I can't wait to tell you who's all involved in this then there's going to be break out sessions in different speakers and a fireworks show done in my way I am designing and we're orchestrating all brand new music and it's going to be music spoken word artifacts history as we painted in the sky and then Sunday morning will have a Sunday service outdoors now.
"gettysburg pennsylvania" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Brown or Bruce Springsteen it was just a spectacle and I gave a speech that fourth of July and the next day in the newspapers they made it all about partisan politics when all I spoke about was George Washington at our founding and we haven't been to a fourth of July celebration really sense that's got to change our tradition has been lost I spoke here last night at turning point USA and I was amazed at how many people just don't know our history and this is a well educated group but I see it all the time they don't know our history at all our history has been taken from us so I am really happy to announce that and I truly believe in miracles because of miracles that have happened in the last few weeks I can announce today that this July fourth independence day weekend it will happen between the third fourth and fifth in Gettysburg Pennsylvania we are restoring the covenant it's a three day event that will be able to cover really everything history you're gonna learn more about history and fun in different ways we're going to start with the Shabbat meal it's going to be hosted by several people that you know I can't wait to tell you who's all involved in this then there's going to be break out sessions and different speakers and a fireworks show done in my way I am designing and we're orchestrating all brand new music and it's going to be music spoken word artifacts history as we painted in the sky and then Sunday morning will have a Sunday service outdoors now.
"gettysburg pennsylvania" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Practice, and he's out of our Gettysburg Pennsylvania location bought thanks for comment. Oh, it's great to be here. Thank you. Yeah. So I thought maybe people might have some tax questions going into the end of the year, and it is already approaching the end of the year, November the seventh. Wow. So it's hard to believe. And so we thought tonight we'd open up the lines for people to ask questions, but I wanted to narrow the focus down to kind of year, end planning strategies and a lot of times it has to do with taxes. And so what better person to have in the studio with me than Bob to help in that area? And so if you want to call in and you have questions. And I'll give you some other ideas to think about, but it's four one zero nine two two six six eighty four one zero nine two two six six eighty and so the question is people started to call in and hopefully will otherwise it's going to be talking all night, Bob, some of the things that I think about going in the end of the year, and we can expound on this as people ask questions or just the list, I made of things that people to think about is. You know, one, you know, thinking about how you making sure you're getting your 4._0._1._K matching before the end of the year in maximizing what are people doing with their HSA? How are they contributing are they contributing payroll or contribution? Exactly. So they're doing it through their payroll or do they have separate accounts where the pros and cons of doing those kinds of things, and how old are they, you know. So people have to think I did a show earlier in the year about certain birthdates are important. You know, so in the HSA land fifty. Fives and important birthday. So we can talk about why that's important in the 4._0._1._K land in the retirement area. Fifty fifty is the big is the big year. So we want to think about that. I've got in the search for colleges with my fourth child at this point. We're college route and so five twenty nine plants, you know, a deadline. You've gotta get that contribution. And by twelve thirty one. So people may have questions about five twenty nine plans both in Maryland and Pennsylvania, our signal travels in different directions here. So if you're Pennsylvania, I've got Pennsylvania tax expert here. So we can talk Pennsylvania taxes as well. And then the changes in the tax law. Okay. We had the election last night. Right. It's over. Yeah. Everybody side a big relief today telephones will be quiet. Yeah. Exactly. So it's over, you know, that's the good news. Stop getting all those marketing calls or the election robocalls election calls, but you know, but from the standpoint is in the market took a breather today is that. Okay. Thank God it to we don't care who won more or less. We're just happy. It's over we're moving on. But the tax laws of major change for this year. Eighteen and their strategies that people still have time to implement before the is out, and we want to be able to help people think through those and get things enrolling because if you don't do some of the strategies by twelve thirty one you're out of luck. Right. Well, and because it's so late in the year. Some of the strategies are going to be limited because people have been for instance, donating all year. So we'll talk about bunching, right? But yeah. So that and that even came up at the end of last year, if you remember after President Trump had been elected, and he's trying to get the tax law through, and there's a lot of questions of what it was going to be. There was a lot of rush in December last year to do this concept called bunching. And there's different ways to do it. We've spent a lot of time a client this year, helping them to do bunching strategies most notably in the charitable giving side. There are some other opportunities in the medical area. Not so much the real. Estate depending on the state you live in. I did have we have a client. I worked with in Texas because she got her Bill in December that was due in January. We were able to do it for her. Last year and maximize that but you know, it Maryland is not an option Pennsylvania, not an option either. But there's something called donor advised funds. Happy to talk through that. Or if you're over seventy and a half qualified charitable distributions because you're probably getting that phone call or that letter in the mail from your custodian saying you need to take your money out before the end of the year. So if you haven't done that already there's opportunities to to maximize that. We also have as the market has done. Well, if you're in the US large cap market, you may have stocks that have appreciated over the last decade here as we came out of that great recession those are options to give away. Appreciate it security. That's the best just about the best option. Yeah. That's that's an Gerald. Contribution. So even sometimes, you know to get income shifted over to children, correct? And then to look at other options there, you said that your children have some tax wing come to take advantage of the American opportunity credit. Yeah. So if you've got kids that are going through college or maybe a way to shift some income around and take advantage of all those credits that are out there. So and then even under those areas is really looking at income threshold. Right points, different break points, and there's different for the different programs. If you will right. Yeah. The American opportunity credits got its breakpoints in Maryland. The state of Maryland the loss of exemptions. Well, that's different set of breakpoints the Medicare premium your Medicare premiums are based on your income and those are two different breakpoint. So depending on what strategy you're trying to take advantage of we may have to manage to different income levels current. So how do we manage those different income levels going into the end of the year? What options do we have? You know, we talked a little bit earlier the concept of tax lost harvesting. So and then there's there's a ton of stuff out there with small business owners, if your small business owner, maybe beyond the scope of what we can cover on the show tonight. But you know, if you wanna talk about things. Mentioned the the flow through the section one ninety nine a mentioned that a little. Yeah. Exactly. So that's another one that's out there. So Bob, it's fun talking to you. And we're already hitting that I break for traffic. So, but if anybody wants to call while we're on a traffic.
"gettysburg pennsylvania" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Ville, forty degrees. Coming up on the news at six this morning. Former Catholic priests gets twenty years in child rape case for people who really want to experience spooking us on Halloween, which is a week from today. Airbnb has listings that are believed to be haunted allowing people to spend the night in a house or cottage mansion manner castle new name it that they might be sharing with a ghost or to the closest one to us is the David Stewart farm in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania farmhouse and barn used as a field hospital after the civil war's battle of Gettysburg. So would you want to stay overnight in the house that's believed to be haunted or castle or mansion I don't care? Anyway, as long as you don't believe in ghost or things that go bump in the night shows and every time they turn around they walk over here, and they go what was that? And we go back over there. And then they go what was that was that was right where we left them jerks. TV tree. That's what it was. Ghosts was when Frank left without the check and disappeared. That's magic. I believe it's magic chargers usually surrounded by spirits is starting Friday night right afterwards. So. Starting now, what are you talking about? There is one truck Whitaker's BNB this in Brooksville, Florida. This is a different kind of BNB. This is a breakfast in bed travelers actually bring food to Chuck while he's he's a reclined in bed, and he's able to sample all of the the offerings. His idea of BNB occur. You ever had that he'll take it? All. Hey, ain't bad. Bad. You can rub. Some on yourself once in a while. Chuck we'll see in a couple of five forty eight twelve minutes now before six o'clock, if you want to join us here again is it time for the president as we have said to deploy the military. He did mention it again yesterday that he would use the military. But there's also there's something and Bill O'Reilly touched on this yesterday on our program with Mike Pompeo being one hundred percent sure that they're not gonna reach our border. They're not going to cross our border. So I'm wondering if they're cutting a deal with the Mexican government to head him off at the pass before they even get here. So we'll we'll see about that. Daddy, Bowe texting into the show today. Sean about the caravan the president should just keep using the phrase reliable sources, that's the term the dishonest media lives on when they bludgeoned the president. It's a good point. Chris in cades Ville says, yeah, let's not assume that our enemies around the world. We'll take advantage of the situation as they have before makes sense. As I said before I think there's more than just reliable sources. I think they probably had people already in that caravan that no and knows what's going on. And look as I said before this was the the president's signature issue in leading up to the campaign for the presidency. It's still remains that even though the Democrats say it's all about healthcare. This is the number one issue right now. And it seems the Democrats are playing their hand incorrectly. Once again. Trying to make a case for healthcare being the number one issue when we all know that it's this invasion of people coming in from other countries into this country. So another part of the story that is not being tell told or revealed or covered is that, you know, these these women in German that are that are being used as props shields propaganda pieces, or whatever the case may be many of them are becoming ill on this track on this journey to the US southern border. Sprained ankles and children are start at one Merson die one person passed away. But what's happening here is that they're going home? The governments of Guatemala Honduras and Mexico are having to send buses to pick up. These people who are just flat out exhausted. And there there's medical treatment has to be given for these. So they're going home. And that's not being covered only has been covered as you're trying to again, recruit more and more of the military age males to get into this curve. And you know, what's really interesting is I've heard all the figures, and I'm sure the numbers are growing, and that is the amount of money that is costing for these people to trek up to our country the last I heard it was twenty one million dollars. I'm sure it's probably even more now when you put a value on on everything so all that money, if these people were that impoverish, and these nonprofit organizations the donors you're giving to them to make all this possible. They would just give these people some of the money directly. They might not even want to have to come here to begin with hard fourteen WCBS six eighty one eight hundred WCBS eighty if you'd like to comment we'd love to.
"gettysburg pennsylvania" Discussed on Here & Now
"Now, the history of Alaska all the way back to the paleolithic people more than three million years ago. Russian traders in the eighteenth century arrived on what are now Alaskan waters in pursuit of seal and animals with for what did they encounter with the indigenous people there? Russia of courses in our headlines these days almost continually. But it's interesting as a historian to note the impact that Russia had going back into the eighteenth and nineteenth century on this country. For instance, if you go to sitka today and Alaska, you'll find onion-domed churches in the Russian style. One of the other legacies of the Russian invasion occupation of Alaska, the indigenous people in Alaska. Even to this day, the majority of them are Christian, but they're neither Roman Catholic nor Protestant. They are orthodox, which is a direct legacy of this Russian invasion if you will. That lasted right up until eighteen sixty seven when Alaska was sold. To the United States of America. If there is one thing that we should know about California and foreign influence in California based on an event, what would you say is? Well, one of the things that stuck out for me was the attack in World War Two by a Japanese submarine on the Ellwood refinery on the coast of California. You had this submarine that surfaced here Elwood, California, which is near Santa Barbara and use its deck gun to start shelling the refinery. No harm was really done and nobody was killed or injured by the attack. But it did have a tremendous impact and the Rose Bowl, of course, everybody knows is played in Pasadena, California. The one exception to that happened after the Pearl Harbor attack when initially the Rosebowl was actually cancelled and the two teams which Oregon state and Duke decided that the game would be played in North Carolina and Duke. That is the one Rose Bowl in nineteen forty. Two Rosewall was actually played. In North Carolina because of the fear of a Japanese invasion or attack that might be imminent. And is there a place in California for any visitors that you would especially recommend dealing with his history? I think another place that's interesting, son squall the battlefield near San Diego. This is fought between the Americans and the what we're called the California's who were defending the Mexican control over California. At the time, it was the most significant battle because it really was the victory for the Americans that led to California becoming part of the United States your road trip. Christopher, took you to New England as well. What is it about this part of the northeast US that you found most remarkable in terms of American states? American territories being invaded. One of the things that's astonishing about New England is even in civil war history. I mean, the people think of the civil war is being fought mainly, of course, in the south and except for Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. But in fact, Vermont was actually technically invaded. I mean, the town of Saint Albans in Vermont, in eighteen sixty four. There were confederates across the border from Canada that invaded south. In other words, in the southerly direction to go into a Saint Albans, which is the extreme north of Vermont. Here we talk today about the problematic nature of international borders. I mean confederates crossing the Canadian border during the civil war. So as an even an issue back back in those days as well, tell us about the the fight over lake Champlain gentlemen, Johnny Burgoyne in seventeen seventy. Seven famously invaded New York from Canada. I mean in a way that maybe the most significant invasion for American history because of course, invasion was repulsed and Burgoyne was defeated and surrendered after the battle. Of Saratoga and the surrender of John Burgoyne was what gave credibility to the American revolution in led to France intervening on behalf of America during the American revolution, which of course led to ultimately to victory at your town into the the creation of the United States. One of the thing Christopher I wanted to mention and that is that you dedicate the book to your own ancestors are dedicated. The book to Jane wells who was an ancestor of mine who was killed during the American revolution at the cherry valley massacre in upstate New York by native Americans that have been recruited by the British to attack the American rebels, and also another ancestor. Mine whose name was kept in Cortlandt van Rensselaer, who was in the union army and died at Nashville during the American civil war strikes me that probably a lot of people listen to this, have some kind of.
"gettysburg pennsylvania" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The name of the book is gettysburg eddie the story of any plank lawrence nice to have you with us today thank you for having me on my pleasure oh yeah we're glad to have you you know the inspiration of course the great eddie plank was one of the hall of fame lefthanders part of the since we have the phillies here today there was a team once called the philadelphia as and certainly eddie plank was a big part of it why why did you become interested in in the eddie plank story but i kind of came about it in a roundabout way i was writing a book about karl the pitcher the as it was the youngest player in america in american league history and when researching kim came across the old philadelphia became more interested in them and discovered that nobody had ever written a biography about eddie plank the hall of famer and i was like the guy was a he went over three hundred games he's the winningest pitcher in philadelphia history and i believe also the winningest pitcher in the as franchise history so somebody had to do it and born in gettysburg pennsylvania and and of course when we talk about players who played you know in the early part of the nineteen hundreds you know the civil war is sort of in the background than you know it seems like it's ancient history but it's not that many years ago and he grew up in a farm he was a late bloomer and it was a local star in gettysburg and of course i always think of the gettysburg address and things like that so mad at any any fit into the terrain of gettysburg you know what's interesting about it is is how he was sort of forgotten by just about everybody a few of the townspeople there is a restaurant to this day that is named gettysburg eddie and you can go in there and see lots of the old photos but when he was alive he was very much a part of the town was the most famous citizen was well loved well liked and he never forgot his roots it's just it seemed like after the family a few years after he was gone the family was very quiet about his past and he just didn't have the notoriety anymore tell us a little bit about the.
"gettysburg pennsylvania" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"On memorial day businesses had closed flags have flown at halfmast and people have decorated grades in loving memory of their great sacrifice did you know that since the revolutionary war was fought in seventeen seventy six since then over forty million brave americans have fought in wards all around the world with over two and a half million casualties wow so much given by so many and so many never came home and just what are we to do on this memorial day what is our task it was november the nineteenth eighteen sixty three in the middle of our horrible civil war it was there in that small town of gettysburg pennsylvania that president abraham lincoln and speech that day to commemorate that gettysburg cemetery president lincoln told us what we must do as he stood there looking over that cemetery containing tens of thousands of graves men who had died there in that battle of gettysburg lincoln said this we cannot consecrate this ground the brave men living and dead who struggled here have consecrated it far above our poor power to add or detract its world will little note nor long remember what we say here but it can never forget what they did here it is for us rather the living to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have dust so far nobly advanced it is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave their last full measure of devotion you see it wasn't what president lincoln said that day bid made his speech so powerful it was what the brave soldiers had done they had given their last full measure of devotion to a nation they loved enough to die for and this is the great task we have before us today over one hundred and fifty years later to remember to honor to never forget those who have given their last full measure of devotion today we have the great privilege to hear the stories as told by the veterans themselves i the story of joe moser ri p thirty eight fighter pilot who was shot down in world war two while flying a mission over france he almost died in the crash but he lived only to be captured by the german army and taken to a.
"gettysburg pennsylvania" Discussed on KHJ 930 AM
"Know if something is spiritual and if someone cannot walk into a church if they cannot pray if they get sick if they're literally throwing away from a church if every time they pray they you know they were under attack do you know that something is spiritual something is demonic as opposed to then if you know if they're going into church they're receiving they're going reconciliation you know that it is probably much more of us maybe an emotional there might be some spiritual influence around them she prepares deliverance as opposed to praise of ecstasy that's also a confusion that people have what's the difference between deliverance was the difference between extra system my guest father father paul damaris and you can join us here as we talk about the reality of the demonic of course says i'm in the freedom that we have in the church from this our next call comes from john in long island john thank you for joining us good afternoon thanks gerald just georgia quick things one i found your radio station i found rattling about two years ago and because the relevant radio i actually went back to confession after like twenty years and when i walked out of that concessional i can tell you how much great i felt and right now my wife and i are you ristic ministers i taught fifth grade faith point for the last two years but my question is it's the father actually i was still i'm actually i'm a civil war story in and i've been to many civil war battlefield especially out in gettysburg pennsylvania every year and i'm sure you know that it's big with a ghost town and all this stuff now i went with friends and family to ghost towns and all that stuff but the thing is like when i go and buy myself i always say a prayer when i'm on the battlefield especially for like the soldiers the.
"gettysburg pennsylvania" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"People have no idea who is who whether a house really was a stop there are some places that are most decidedly um parts of the underground railroad that are still around day like the dobbin horse tavern and gettysburg pennsylvania has moved book case that people used to hide in it was a house at the time um but because of the secrecy and because of the success of it of it um we we have no idea who is a part of it who wasn't and that's pretty neat i think but there's the national park service is really spent a lot of time and effort and money so far on figuring out you know where the underground railroad ran in who is a part of him wailings wearing to preserve the buildings and there's a there's actually a bike um trail yeah that you can ryan i think twenty two hundred rounds or something like that a long established identified i'm underground railroad routes yeah pretty cool in a just wanted to point out when he said the our chequered his sri america's chequered history i still feel england stank on this oh you that was early enough to wear it wasn't like keno rednecks from the south this these are still like english fox doing in the stuff so i blame england now you blame england i'm trying to figure out when my my line is drawn and when i'm saying this was america's even after the revolutionary words still just people from england living here the okay so england your fault i take their england and it's came into the big hero to you in the year of course man you know that still uh a territory of the english crown at really nina hugh on that one pal i don't know what thing um so wait we before we go we after mentioned john brown we talked about how like a lot of people were like here's some money will be a stockholder in the undergone railroad and impress my friends john brown walk the walk he lived in like free black colonies he um if he didn't do it himself he oversaw the.
"gettysburg pennsylvania" Discussed on Marty and McGee
"Ninety five i'll bet i couldn't bench personality five pounds you could probably you could make a move on mclane though with a so i was nasr the on the chessboard molly thinottos nasser them across over was ma ma move with that clock a chess clock being knew the phone lines are blown up hey sam in our pennsylvania's live sam walker maury mcgee our they were spared back my high school baseball teams i grew up in high school one good donny mccaskill the magic he he was was behind me yeah but i was there but i just four the last forever to meet some america during sleep because there was so much snow and cutting down the birmingham alabama for two weeks andrew baseball spring training with the team and you know what i'm talking about work with seven and practicing all day to have dinner and play games every night two weeks when it was a job i have it's fun wanted thirty two weeks of my life uh i can only imagine my age 156 trying to work for us like my brother's named sam that's how he feels youth the same still on a ladder duty he is he out he's out what we all know what he was doing sound like he was like deliver in cattle somewhere the law was said again what's must hand over guys you guys get them down that works warm delivering then that gettysburg pennsylvania delivered it.
"gettysburg pennsylvania" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Uh as i said lockheed or raytheon or these companies and of course they give money uh two members of the armed services committee on the hill so that greece is the skid for the program they want virtually all uh top general now end up on the board of the fence company it's not like uh you know general grant sitting on his poor great or eisenhower himself after he retired you know he sat on the front porch of his modest little how in gettysburg pennsylvania there are two aspects of your book that i thought were too so fascinating that i'm gonna ask you to focus on one is the reaction to the incident by the intelligence agencies and for the the military industrial complex in the aftermath of september eleven in the runup to the iraq war which led to a dramatic increase in the surveillance state congress never acted soak quickly as to rush to declare war in a couple of countries or not or at least authorized the use of force in a couple of countries and to authorize mass surveillance far out of reach of what the fourth amendment calls for and then you describe a very similar hysterical reaction in the midst of the financial collapse in in two thousand in two thousand eight i'm wondering can you described for us out why those two reactions from the deep state and from our elected government worst so similar because i would say the the actors in the final analysis are part of the same problem in so far the militaryindustrial complex and wall street are very powerful factions within the deep date in they use the same damn yeowah too damn key people into doing what they want in nap stimulus fear you know we're all gonna die from saddam hussein nonexistent uh weapons of mass destruction if we don't invade so paths the patriot act uh half the authorisation for use of force and let us handle it uh you had people like ben bernanke and treasury secretary paul call telling uh congress or the leadership in the in the uh financial committee uh and this was just after the lehman brothers collapse baked came up i think on thursday or friday that we gang or before the weekend and they said if you don't do this now and they were waving out very short get you piece of.
"gettysburg pennsylvania" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Noor ooh no are mill this is lads misspeaking on swimsuit we the people the government daily americans argue and complain about what the encompassing entity called the government is or is not doing area if you ask people do could face on the socalled government very few will have the correct answers however the answer resides in the first three words of united states constitution we dopey with three words we the people emphasize them proud tasr people as the essential produceers of governance and controllers of elected officials and politicians with the authority to command with they can and cannot do but the felonious derelictions of we the people to exercise our powers has allowed elected officials and politicians who feel the boy verse in the order of command and become a manager dictators who negate the will of the people bad dictating laws and the president legislature gets as the nation's struggle to survive an onslaught of adversity is cultural rot and antiamericanism the blame game who should solve america's problems has been relegated to big brothers and sisters known as the government but in eighteen 63 on a thursday afternoon in gettysburg pennsylvania president abraham lincoln gave his historic geddes buddha driss in he stayed thin porches oh we the people when he declare america as the government the people that the people and for the people and it's not pairs from the list the phrase we the people is reserved exclusively for legal americans who respect the fla and pledge of allegiance to the christian principles which form the fundamental foundation upon which america was founded and if we wanted to pairs from the earth we must be willing to fight for the values that have made the shining light committed to be one nation under therefore given elected officials and politicians powers all the people is tantamount to given a tenant ruling powers over their land if we the people haven't exercised control over the scandalous elected officials and politicians who rule us today alborz would be secure penalties illegal immigration essential is cities would be enforce the military would be stronger our schools would not be liberal indoctrination simmers promoted an anti social behavior and fig gender normalcy antiamerican social behaviors would be curtailed abortions would be diminished obamacare will be repeal and patriotism would dominate when you analyse the causes and political dilemmas and governor united states they can be traced to we the people.
"gettysburg pennsylvania" Discussed on KOIL
"That they need they depend on taxes for thirty seven percent doubted you want to increase you're bringing outside people in the experts in the people actually know what they're doing disagree weekdays eleven am to two pm on talk twelve ninety yeah news this week here now cohen curve we are a very divided nation i'm not a politician and have never wanted to be a politician believe me but what i saw the troubled country was in i knew i couldn't stand by and watch any longer that was candidate donald trump last fall speaking in gettysburg pennsylvania wednesday shooting on a baseball field in virginia seemingly motivate aided by political anger expose some of the deep divides in the wake of the election so we travelled back to getting spurned this week to get a sense of how president trump supporters are viewing these tumultous times gettysburg pennsylvania is a charming welcoming town bordered by those vast fields that bear the scars and blood of battle tourists from across america flock here many from solid trump country reflecting unware the country is today here we standing gettysburg place where were brothers thought families were divided same thing happening in america today the concerns me greatly and i think there's a lot of on the fingerpointing and i think we've sort of wash their heart jim hellberg is a pastor from idaho wrapping up a crosscountry trip with his friend gary keeler retired from a career in law enforcement both men voted for donald trump jim is having second thoughts election were have again today would you vote for trump i built for pence home i don't know it's it's his hard gary has an opposite reaction i've actually grown mortar support trump just because of the extreme stuff that comes out against him you know it's it was so over the top with some of the coverage on even major networks stubborn person that made me want us support him more but it was the pastor's views that seemed to echo along the streets here you voted for trump and how you feeling about president trump not good not good i voted for donald trump are.
"gettysburg pennsylvania" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos
"We are a very divided nation i'm not a politician and have never wanted to be a politician believe me but what i saw the trouble our country was in i knew i couldn't stand by and watch any longer that was candidate donald trump last fall speaking in gettysburg pennsylvania wednesday shooting on a baseball field in virginia seemingly motivated by political anger expose some of the deep divides in the wake of the election so we travelled back to gettysburg this week to get a sense of how president trump supporters are viewing these tumultous times gettysburg pennsylvania is a charming welcoming town bordered by those vast fields that bear the scars and blood of battle tourist from across america falk here many from solid trump country reflecting on where the country is today we stand standard gettysburg place were were brothers fought families were divided presi the same thing happening in america today that concerns me greatly and i think there's a lot of a lot of fingerpointing and i think we've sort of lost our heart jim hellberg is a pastor from idaho wrapping up a cross country trip with his friend gary keeler retired from a career in law enforcement both men voted for donald trump jim is having second thoughts if the election were held again today would you vote for trump a vote for pence on i don't know i it's it's it's hard gary has an opposite reaction i've actually grown more to support trump just because of the extreme stuff that comes out against him you know it's it was so over the top with some of the coverage sean you know even major networks and the stubborn person that it's made me want to support him more but it was the pastor's views that seemed to echo along the streets here you voted for trump and how you feeling about president trump not good.