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"henry lee" Discussed on Real Monsters

Real Monsters

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"henry lee" Discussed on Real Monsters

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"henry lee" Discussed on Real Monsters

Real Monsters

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"henry lee" Discussed on Real Monsters

"It really is. That was sort of their goal with a lot of it. But some of this was nihilistic to i mean they killed for unknown or no reason a lot of the time but looking at those numbers that were inflated on the actual number a lot of people agree was in. I thought i had it written down on this page. I think it was two hundred and twenty-five the mortgage agreed upon number that puts them right away up the list. Oh yeah just in no doubt about that in numbers. Oh two hundred. Ten victims is the final count. Does anybody in this country have more. Not that i know of. I would think to get more out of sunshine with that. You almost have to go do it. On an industrial scale. I love what the nazis did. Yeah or or be. A long haul trucker. This is true. I mean there's some there's there's some suspicions that that is actually a thing. Oh i have no doubt about it. Yeah just yeah definitely. I mean they're town. It's outrageously high any way you slice it. And these guys did in their killing. And and quite frankly torturing people was so horrific i. we can't even really talk about it. It's just bad it's edging in it's so it is such a huge variety. I mean like we said they. Would you know stab beat sexually assault. Run people over with cars. Whatever was convenient for them male female. Yeah children didn't matter to him. Yep in at at all how much of it was opportunity you know would people in the happen to their paths. I think a lot of it was because that would be one of the main reasons they would kill when they were out on the road to if they needed money or if they needed a car if they needed food once their cars would burn out while they were driving they were just leave on steel another or they would literally do what the caricature of a hobo often does. And that's ride the rails. So you know john walsh. I think he put it best when he was talking about onto all in all these contacts and just the level of depravity that he is he called him a penny any little chicken shit..

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"henry lee" Discussed on Real Monsters

Real Monsters

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"henry lee" Discussed on Real Monsters

"Off of false memories and You know just which hunts literally. Oh yeah like the mcmartin preschool case yet. Instead of mine i still say we should consider doing a show on that too. Yeah well we had one up here in In washington and eastern washington Another preschool very much along those lines. That you know was the same story as mcmartin Yeah yeah and kelly. Well you kelly does make a good point blaming. The aqap would create a lot of press in everett issues. Jury selection could considering the national media. But honestly i don't think tool had that level of forethought to blame it like that. No no he probably is probably just picked up in jail in the chatter amongst the other prisoners excited to run with it. Yeah it very well could be but you and you have that interesting. Dynamic of after toole confessed to the animal case and others including eight unsolved murders in jacksonville. Henry lee lucas. Several states away in a jail cell in texas is starting to confess to the same thing and you had literally press in police beating the path to both these women stores trying to close their cases. And so these guys get credited with i mean. Their numbers are huge. Any way you slice it. Yeah the number of deaths attributed to them. I mean there's there's i mean they've been convicted of a lot. They confessed their suspected of even more and they confess to more than i mean. Yeah they claimed way more than that. The exact numbers. Lucas said that he killed six hundred people in tool said that he killed a hundred and twenty five. That again is you know their attribution with that in. He have the fact that both these cement extreme non and you know they're they have literally this crowd coming to them to get every little detail that made him feel good right you know it validated. These two drifters never do wells. Who had never felt validation and alive and it also led to an interesting delusion of there's about prison where they thought that in prison they could live happily ever after as lovers. Not even kidding Which is an odd a fantasy to hold considering. They both serve time. Yeah.

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"henry lee" Discussed on Real Monsters

Real Monsters

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"henry lee" Discussed on Real Monsters

"This was big news across the country. Oh yeah yeah in you head. Volunteers from all over Looking you know helping to search for at an then is parents doing everything they can to always you know. Obviously as sympathetic thing for people when they see just how people like. I'm john. Walsh had their hearts torn out when this sort of thing happens but they found adams head about a hundred and twenty five miles away up the highway where tool had taken a machete beheaded in while they were our he pulled over beheaded and then he threw the head out the window into a now at a mile. Marker like just driving down the road in bloop. Yeah he'd literally just decides to pull over and do that and then he just throws his head out these guys man this while took him one hundred and twenty miles away The man and they never found adam. Walsh's body either just as had. Well well you know. That's at least i found something because a lot of people. A lot of parents don't some closure. Yeah and it's pretty definitive. you know they're not going to be going around all he could still alive. Oh yeah yeah. They're not going to be doing that. But an interesting thing. there is well was. What tool said was his motivation. Particularly for the walsh crime. Yeah see was again imprisoned for arson at this time and this was when he confessed to doing the deed when he was in prison. Okay he's he said that a satanic cult group called on the hands of death. We're paying him. In henry lee lucas to dismember kill in eat children. Yeah that's ridiculous things like dude. You're delusional because why would they pay you to do that. Yeah whereas yeah. Where does it benefit them to pay you to do this. Oh yeah that's part of audits tool as a bullshit artist with but due to did people buy it. I would imagine some did in. You have to remember at this time. There wasn't a whole lot of understanding. About what false confessions were either and why people would make them none which you know. We have a lot of scholarships since then on that question yeah. I'm not sure how many people bought that story. Well the whole There was a lot of madness around satanic cults in the eighties semantic panic. Yeah there was a lot of fucking madness about it and we had people who were accused of the most heinous things.

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"henry lee" Discussed on Real Monsters

Real Monsters

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"henry lee" Discussed on Real Monsters

"Tools i q was actually seventy five. Yeah so that's that's substantially below average. Yeah it definitely is although when you look at the same time. He's same time. He's quite cunning. Yeah that's what. I was just thinking. Yeah and you look at these guys crimes on their criminal. Versatility is just huge. Which is you do. See that quite often with serial killers. But i think tool in lucas. Were on a whole other planet with that with how good they work you know and entering Tool was also an arsonist as we know is common but it's one thing that profiler psychologists and the fbi look sad when they're studying a killer or windy our Trying to profile one to find them is criminal versatility. How experienced are they in other forms of crime. And how efficient are they added in how that etienne yeah exactly and lucas and tool. They definitely had that. And then you get into that whole idea of their mo which we were talking about a bit before we went on here i mean they would shoot people they would stab strangle. They would even use a car just front them down. Yeah they're they're game. Had nothing to do with the method of killing. it wasn't about that very much opportunistic. Argue is whatever was around right in. It was for that reason that as lucas and tool went from their home base in jacksonville to california out west and maryland in the north that as they're out there robbing roaming and pillaging the countryside. The cops never put two and two together. That there's a larger pattern here. So because they changed their ammos because they changed their locations and they crossed dixit jurisdictional lines and they started they. This started in the seventies didn't they. They did fucking saturdays. Man absolutely did. Yep me and another thing. They didn't have back then was a system like viking. Now which is the violent offender on me. And what's the stanford. I can't remember what it exactly stands for. But it's a huge computer system that logs all these details in a crime from all over the country from any department. That's a into it. So it's easier for law enforcement to see a pattern right well to be fair in the seventies and early eighties. Computers were very large very expensive..

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"henry lee" Discussed on Real Monsters

Real Monsters

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"henry lee" Discussed on Real Monsters

"Deduct student. It's one that we ought to consider doing. A show on is c. segawa. Yeah put him on the list. You know i'm trying to think if we've done anybody that was a cannibal curtain was a cannibal. I think we. I think we've done some Where it's been a minor point but nobody. Yeah that was a real real thing for them. Yeah i think so to see nineteen eighty skoda's rules that evidence illegally obtained can still be used at trial if the government can prove they would have legally obtained it anyway precedent. It's kind of odd right. Yeah how do you prove that. Yeah in it is but still. I hope that's one that might get challenged but six years later to the day skoda's rules flag burning constitutional That was that was a rather Inflammatory decision june eleventh nine hundred ninety four. A drunk police officer killed seven with his service revolver in sweden. What year nineteen ninety-four. Oh man let's see two years ago. June eleven twenty seventeen congo jailbreak freeze. Nine hundred inmates save. This is the thing. This is the thing that i don't think prisoners understand. If they manned together they can get out they. Just you know they're not all gonna get out but most of them would get out if they just banded together and all worked you know in in conjunction with each other absolutely can absolutely overwhelm the guards if they're if they're willing to do it even data that i'm sure there's other recorded instances of them doing it that way too. Yeah not many though. But yeah. What the heck. I'm getting feedback. Oh hold on a second. I just gotta mute youtube on see june twelfth nineteen thirty one capone indicted on five thousand counts of violating fed. Act in perjury. Five thousand games. Jesus for those. Who don't know the bolstered act was what was the impetus for prohibition it was the actual law saying booze was illegal so the four thousand counts weren't enough five thousand. They had to go from five to go pro. Oddly enough. they couldn't get him. Obviously we all know how that turned out where they charge him with. Actually beijing to get him in. Prison is a messed up system. Yep june twelfth nineteen sixty four mandela gets life in prison june twelfth. Nineteen seventy eight david. Berkowitz the son of sam gets twenty five to life esa guy who buys way for people who don't know talk to his dog inside. His dog told him to kill people..

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"henry lee" Discussed on Real Monsters

Real Monsters

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"henry lee" Discussed on Real Monsters

"A reporter owed one hundred thousand dollars to compound. Yep well that's pretty dumb. Yeah i would say so. Definitely i didn't. It didn't say in the sources. I was looking at how he reenacted up if i had to guess it's probably gambling. Yeah probably yet drink that much. No no June ninth twenty thirteen. Edward snowden revealed his identity as the leaker of the nsa documents snowed and yup june tenth. Sixteen ninety two the first in the salem witch trial executions. Bridget bishop is hung starting a very very bad precedent. Yeah yeah seventeen ninety. Four france's revolutionary regime begins the trials which would ultimately lead to the reign of terror. Definitely a monstrous thing. Absolutely and it's it's a yeah that whole that revolution didn't quite go as everybody thought it would. It definitely didn't june. Tenth one thousand nine hundred thirty three john dillinger says i bank in new carlisle bio is take ten thousand six hundred dollars a hell of a lot of money in nineteen thirty three. That was a lot of money. And why did he robbed banks. Oh man i'm trying to remember that quote now because that's where the money is. Yes thank you on that same day in one thousand. Nine hundred ninety. Three bonnie and clyde flipped their car into a ravine with bonnie suffering some pretty nasty third degree burns from that but they survived that this flipping this flipping survived. Yeah you have. This wasn't there and in louisiana which came a little bit later. C june tenth. Nineteen seventy seven. James earl ray escapes prison at is james. Earl ray. the guy who shot and killed martin luther king. Yeah yeah oddly enough. He has connections to this area over on the missouri side actually still has family living over there. So and i presume that he was recaptured. Hauled back to the whose cow actually comes. I think two days later. Because i wrote it down to it. Wasn't that long that he was out when that app and it rarely is actually. Although we do have another notable escape that i'll get to here in the second to let's see.

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"henry lee" Discussed on Real Monsters

Real Monsters

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"henry lee" Discussed on Real Monsters

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"henry lee" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"henry lee" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

"Well. General robert e lee is is the grand nephew of who richard henry lee. Sharpe play thaba henry lessons. The case don't like it. Who is richard henry lee. Why should we care. Well in june of seventy and eighty seven seventy six richard. Henry leah delegate. From virginia to the second continental congress got up and said i ought to break with the mother country. Another this debate and craps duchess do this and they said you gotta plan goes. Yeah let me read it to you. And then introduced what's called the lee resolution. We therefore the representatives of the united states america in general congress assembled to read the rest last paragraph of the decoration. I talked about it on tuesday. Show read the declaration. The first all of it all of it all the way up until the charges against the king. Why are you leaving the union. And then the deck. The clara tori legal part which is contained only only in the last paragraph. That's the lee resolution. Well robert e lee is the nephew of the guy that wrote the resolution. You wanna kick him out and his legacy in his memory at america. We're gonna kick out robert. Rob you gonna kick out. Richard henry lee. And by the way. Richard henry lee's brother was a decorated officer in washington's armor army. His name was light. Horse harry lee. They called him. I can tell you. People are thrilled about my history conversations. Here eight four four five seven eight seven two three so to restore number one to secure trump's second term and restore this union this unity that the banana republic installation regime man joe biden keeps droning on endlessly about you got to restore the confederacy. There's no no other way and if you're not going to restore the confederacy or you're not going to allow it. As right now as i speak there are men conspiring had universities and schools institutions across the united states to banish order completely scrub or remove any vestige or trace of the american sound confederacy. If you wanted that way fine go ahead and do it. But you're going to do it without us. Gentlemen we must make this move and we must make it clear. And if you don't then you're a coward you probably wear a mask when you go into seven eleven and get a donut loser. Mr sawyer continued. Enlisted men aside. Eight former confederate officers served as generals in the united states army during the spanish american war. He gives more. There were mayors and governors. What have it's et cetera. The post bellum reconciliation such figures represent has mostly unraveled in no small part. Thanks to conservative. Establishmentarian who for years have refused arrays a peep or in many cases collaborative during the leftist campaign against southern identity. That's true or not rhinos. Conspirators even president trump's belated june twenty-sixth of order for the protection of monuments was obviously crafted to imply the administration's total indifference vis-a-vis illegal activity directed it confederate targets public property. Or no so far. The old reconciliation gives way so far as the old reconciliation gives why now he concludes to what might be called as soft genocide. It becomes an evitable that marijke should fall for per the woke perspective. The real america of history was guilty of granting former confederates honorable if tragic position and the national story with ostensibly conservative pundits now in the habit of citing unrepentant stalinist w..

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"henry lee" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"henry lee" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"So jeff. tj's great grandson. A randall was a general in the confederate army show. The only surviving heirs of jefferson and henry were officers in the confederate army under either generally or jackson. What about other southerners well. General robert e lee is is the grand nephew of who richard henry lee. Sharpe play thaba henry lessons. The case don't like it. Who is richard henry lee. Why should we care. Well in june of seventy and eighty seven seventy six richard. Henry leah delegate. From virginia to the second continental congress got up and said i ought to break with the mother country. Another this debate and craps duchess do this and they said you gotta plan goes. Yeah let me read it to you. And then introduced what's called the lee resolution. We therefore the representatives of the united states america in general congress assembled to read the rest last paragraph of the decoration. I talked about it on tuesday. Show read the declaration. The first all of it all of it all the way up until the charges against the king. Why are you leaving the union. And then the deck. The clara tori legal part which is contained only only in the last paragraph. That's the lee resolution. Well robert e lee is the nephew of the guy that wrote the resolution. You wanna kick him out and his legacy in his memory at america. We're gonna kick out robert raw. You gonna kick out. Richard henry lee. And by the way. Richard henry lee's brother was a decorated officer in washington's armor army. His name was light. Horse harry lee. They called him. I can tell you. People are thrilled about my history conversations. Here eight four four five seven eight seven two three so to restore number one to secure trump's second term and restore this union this unity that the banana republic installation regime man joe biden keeps droning on endlessly about you got to restore the confederacy. There's simply no other way and if you're not going to restore the confederacy or you're not going to allow it. As right now as i speak there are men conspiring at universities and schools institutions across the united states to banish order completely scrub or remove any vestige or trace of the american sound confederacy. If you wanted that way fine go ahead and do it. But you're going to do it without us. Gentlemen we must make this move and we must make it clear. And if you don't then you're a coward you probably wear a mask when you go into seven eleven and get a donut loser. Mr sawyer continued. Enlisted men aside. Eight former confederate officers served as generals in the united states army during the spanish american war. He gives more. There were mayors and governors. What have it's et cetera. The post bellum reconciliation such figures represent has mostly unraveled in no small part. Thanks to conservative. Establishmentarian who for years have refused raise a peep or in many cases collaborative during the leftist campaign against southern identity. That's true or not rhinos. Conspirators even president trump's belated june twenty-sixth executive order for the protection of monuments was obviously crafted to imply the administration's total indifference vis-a-vis illegal activity directed it confederate targets public property. Or no so far. The old reconciliation gives way so far as the old reconciliation gives why he concludes to what might be called as soft genocide. It becomes an evangelical that marijke should fall for per the woke perspective. The real america of history was guilty of granting former confederates honorable if tragic him and the national story with ostensibly conservative pundits now in the habit of citing unrepentant stalinist w..

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False Confessions: Henry Lee Lucas

Serial Killers

01:55 min | 2 years ago

False Confessions: Henry Lee Lucas

"Serial killer Henry Lee. Lucas sat in a stuffy interrogation room. A team of investigators gathered around him. They knew that Lucas had killed dozens. Maybe hundreds of times but now he was cooperating with them helping them close old cases. The lead detective didn't know why Lucas was so compliant. But that wasn't his mystery to solve. He just needed to know he could close his homicide case. A woman who had been murdered in her own bed. Lucas seemed amenable to taking credit. But the detective wanted to be sure. The confession was legitimate so he set up a little test. The detective handed Lucas a crime scene photo and invited him to examine it for several long. Secons the killer studied the details in the picture the rumpled bedsheets the decor the discarded pair of glasses on the murdered woman's bedside table once. Lucas was finished with the photo. The detective pulled out another that featured a group of smiling men and women posing for the camera he asked Lucas. If you could identify the victim once again. Lucas studied the photo intent. Finally he pointed at the correct woman and declared that he'd killed her gladly but detective took the Snapshot Back. There was no way Lucas could have recognized victim from the crime scene photo. He had to have seen her alive right before he killed her. As the detective returned the photo to his evidence file. He failed to note that in the group picture. The victim was the only woman wearing glasses. He just been duped by one of Henry. Lee Lucas. Many false confessions

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"henry lee" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"henry lee" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Registered investment adviser WFLA tampon W. X. TV each day to clear water W. two six five C. demand that point W. two thirty three eighteen Gulfport W. two nine zero BJ west good evening I'm Felix big our top story and five tonight no bond that is the judge's order handed down today the sexual abuse case of a bishop a terrace at his west coast center for human development thirty two year old Henry Lee Porter was arrested earlier this month for sexual battery after police discovered a Facebook video from one of Porter's accusers detail in the abuse he suffered as a child detectives reached out to the victim and I covered more victims allegedly been abused in same way ranging in age from ten years old to those who are young adults the victims say they were all assaulted over the span of decades the west coast center or what traveling reporter Miami police in the Pasco county sheriff's office are asking anyone to come forward who may know we're missing one week old boy maybe after was taken from Miami home on Tuesday and its father commit suicide then the police say our next couple euro was driving when he took his son Andrew turn up on a road near I. seventy five in Pasco county deputies also founder nesters body nearby after reportedly shot himself to death sure of course not go tells newsradio WFLA one early they had did not pan out that vehicle was suspicious people it stopped and looked at it and they've been coming for a nap in helping us to build the pipeline to know if that person was truly in the vehicle and it turns out it was most probable probability of that it was a person that was looking into vehicles of time wondering why that vehicle there the voices appearances tied to the death of his mother grandmother and great grandmother in Miami stopping the rotating door prison guards of the Florida department of corrections may slow down under a new proposal calling for shorter ships an increase in hiring the pilot program will cut one third of ships from twelve to eight a half hours the card worker fatigue that would also require the hiring of two hundred and ninety two full time officers the price tag of twenty nine million dollars for more news each day listen to the daily diet of the big stories explain not shouted listen the daily die each day on the I heart radio app or.

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"henry lee" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"henry lee" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And weather this is news radio WFLA town and W. X. TV HD to clear water a retired bishop is in jail over some very serious allegations police say a number of victims claim Henry Lee Porter senior sexually abused them during his many years as pastor of west coast center for human development church in Sarasota he was arrested after some of the accusations were posted an online video and then others claim they were sold it to starting when they were young children were in their early teens a seventy year old Florida woman is dead after being struck in a hit and run accident in Brooklyn Paul the Castro has more calm shame a real low rent J. of Miramar Florida was struck while crossing flatlands Avenue at east seventy eighth street in Canarsie early Friday afternoon when she was hit by a car making a left turn authorities say a black Nissan maxima fled the scene in an unknown direction central Florida Duke energy customers say it doesn't make sense last month there bill went down slightly but now the utility is asking for a rate increase who says this is to recover losses from hurricane Dorian president trump is defending the airstrike that killed a top Iranian military leader in Iraq began his Florida resort jump call general Qasem Soleimani one of the world's leading terrace today we remember and honor the victims of Solomon these many atrocities that we take comfort in knowing that his reign of terror is over trump also said he's ready to take whatever action is necessary if rand.

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"henry lee" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"henry lee" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"This is the most sensitive day of the year for China's internet. The anniversary of bloody June fourth crackdown on the pro-democracy protest at TNN square and the robot sensors are working overtime. The Chinese Internet companies have these tools that automatically detect and block content anything related to the nineteen Eighty-nine crackdown, and they've reached amazing levels of accuracy that got machine learning voice and image recognition, you know, the one of the most famous images of the twentieth century, the guy standing in front of the of the tanks TNN square stopping a hundred tanks in a row just by standing in front of them people in China, don't know that pitcher. And I've tried to pull it up on my phone in China to show them. And you, you can't you can't find it anyplace. So they don't know the Chinese people, many of them, what happened in TNN square. China's government wants to keep it that way the thirtieth anniversary. There were many, many hundreds. Possibly houses of students were killed. We don't know the mothers of some of the dead students who have never been told what happened to their children have been rounded up, again, by the government this year as usual and sent away on a quote vacation, so that they're not available for interviews. But we can do an interview because we are in America, and we are joined this morning by Mr. Henry Lee who is at TNN square thirty years ago. He survived a close call with tanks, many others weren't so lucky. The Chinese students were originally gathering there to express loss at the death of a prominent pro liberalisation leader. It was peaceful, not anti-government. But when the government began to become uneasy with so many students massing they began to crack down, and when the students refused to leave. They began clubbing and shooting them and pushing as many as they could find all over Beijing back into Tiananmen Square. And then they sent the tanks in Henry Lee was there, and he is working from the United States now continuing the struggle to give Chinese citizens democracy. He really can't go home. So good morning. Mr lee. Thanks for being with us on first light thirty years ago today. You are NTN men square in Beijing China. Yes, you were raised in China. You're a communist and then you went to college. In fact, you are student leader to what happened something change. You know, we to open a bigger ward. Open in front of me. And we Lau. Knowledge.

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"henry lee" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"henry lee" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And we've now have fourteen states that have passed that application so twenty to go just the last few weeks Arkansas in Utah have joined headed to North Carolina tomorrow Ohio's in the mix right now. And so we're gonna get we're going to get a convention of states, and we are going to take the power away from these guys. What about the chaos when I hear the leftist, the liberals here are the the state is the party of government. They don't want the convention of the states, which I think I deal with term limits and budget deficits illegal migration into America from Nicaragua. Those are the items is it I hear liberals talking about the fear of a runaway convention. What did he mean by that? What they mean by that? I do hear that. It's not just liberals there some on the far, right? It's kind of the. Fringes of both sides are meeting it to oppose this film. And the reason they oppose it is they like centralized government. What they mean is they fear that we could get into convention and people in can convention, do whatever they want to lose the constitution. The reality is convention can only make suggestions, then takes three quarters of states to ratify anything that comes out of convention before it becomes part of the constitution. You can't get anything ratified that would be crazy or radical or leftist. Only commonsense things like a balanced budget amendment term limits. Stripping the power away from the federal government to be involved in education. Those are the only kinds of things that can come out of a convention ratified. So you would have to have a large number of blue states and red states. Absolutely. That's that's the thing is in the vast majority of Americans actually support commonsense reforms. It's not what we see in the media on the radical left. Most Democrats believe it or not or just still regular people. They believe in a lot of the same things, we do they don't like congressman being there forty years. They don't like the fact that we're spending our way. Into oblivion and they would like to see commonsense reforms that congress will never impose on you know, if I could go back to seventeen eighty seven and not hot summer in Philadelphia. And whisper in the air, the founders, I would say three things number one term limits. Whether it's six years or twelve years term limits number two is a budget amendment. That says you can't have deficit spending unless two thirds of the house and the Senate go along with it and number three what I would do is do something with education to make sure it's not a federal function. Interesting and a lot of that was done in essence in other words, the founders didn't impose term limits because society impose them about point. Nobody wanted to be there forever. Nobody believed in that. They believed in something they call the rotation in office. It was just what people did. So they didn't understand that that need would arise. But they would've definitely supported it had they known first balanced budget. I mean, they believed it was immoral to impose debt on future generations that they didn't understand that that morality would change. So I agree with your education. One of the most interesting things there's a letter between Thomas Jefferson, one of the greatest proponents in history of public education and Lee who is one of his best friends. Henry Lee, Henry Lee suggesting that he take public money for the university of Virginia. And Jefferson says you can't do that because it's unconstitutional without a constitutional amendment..

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"henry lee" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"henry lee" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"And the only way we can do. It is calling a convention takes thirty four states to call a convention. That's two-thirds of states. There's a movement to do this. Now, I had an organization called the convention of states. And we've now have fourteen states that have passed that -application so twenty to go just in the last few weeks Arkansas in Utah have joined headed to North Carolina. Tomorrow Ohio is in the mix right now. And so we're gonna get there. We're going to get a convention of states, and we are going to take the power away from these guys. What about the chaos when I hear the leftist, the liberals who are the the state is the party of government. They don't want the convention of the states, which I gotta deal with term limits and budget deficits illegal migration into America from Nicaragua. Those are the items isn't I hear liberals talk about the fear of a runaway convention. What did he mean by that? Yeah. What they mean? By that. I mean, and I do hear that. It's not just liberals there some on the far, right? It's kind of the free. Fringes of both sides are meeting to oppose the film, and the reason they oppose it is they like centralized government. What they mean is they fear that we could get into convention and people in convention, do whatever they want. We're gonna lose the constitution. The reality is convention can only make suggestions, then takes three quarters of states to ratify anything that comes out of convention before it becomes part of the constitution. You can't get anything ratified that would be crazy or radical or leftist only common sense things like a balanced budget amendment term limits. Stripping the power away from the federal government to be involved in education. Those are the only kinds of things that can come out of a convention ratified. So you would have to have a large number of blue states and red states. Absolutely. That's that's the thing is in the vast majority of Americans actually support commonsense reforms. It's not what we see in the media on the radical left. Most Democrats believe it or not or just still regular people. They believe in a lot of the same things, we do they don't like congressman being there forty years. They don't like the fact that we're spending our way in. Into oblivion and they would like to see commonsense reforms that congress will never impose on you know, if I could go back to seventeen eighty seven and not hot summer in Philadelphia. And whisper in the air, the founders, I would say three things number one term limits. Whether it's six years or twelve years term limits number two is a budget amendment. That says you can't have deficit spending unless two thirds of the house and the Senate go along with it and number three what I would do is do something with education to make sure it's not a federal function. Interesting and a lot of that was done in essence in other words, the founders didn't impose term limits because society impose them at that point. Nobody wanted to be there forever. Nobody believed in that. They believed in something they call the rotation in office. It was just it's what people did. So they didn't understand that that need would arise. But they would've definitely supported it had they known at first balanced budget. I mean, they believed it was immoral to impose debt on future generations that they didn't understand that that morality would change. So I agree with you on education. One of the most interesting things there's a letter between Thomas Jefferson, one of the greatest proponents in history of public education and Lee who is one of his best friends. Henry Lee, Henry Lee suggesting that he take public money for the university of Virginia. And Jefferson says you can't do that because it's unconstitutional without a constitutional amendment..

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"henry lee" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"henry lee" Discussed on WJR 760

"We're going to get a convention of states, and we are going to take the power away from these guys. What about the chaos when I hear the leftist to liberals who are the the state is the party of government. They don't want the convention of the states, which I think out a deal with term limits and budget deficits illegal migration into America from Nicaragua. Those are the items, isn't it? I I hear liberals talk about the fear of a runaway convention. What did you mean by that? What they mean by that? I mean, and I do hear that. And it's not just liberals. There are some on the far, right? It's kind of. Fringes of both sides are meeting to pose this film. And the reason they oppose it is they like centralized government. What they mean is they fear that we could get into convention and people in convention, do whatever they want. We're gonna lose the constitution. The reality is convention can only make suggestions, then takes three quarters of states to ratify anything that comes out of convention before it becomes part of the constitution. You can't get anything ratified that would be crazy or radical or leftist only sense things like a balanced budget amendment term limits. Stripping the power away from the federal government to be involved in education. Those are the only kinds of things that can come out of a convention again ratified. So you would have to have a large number of blue states and red states. Absolutely. That's that's the thing is in the vast majority of Americans actually support commonsense reforms, it's not when we see in the media on the radical left, most Democrats believe it or not or just still regular people. They believe in a lot of the same things, we do they don't like congressman being there forty years. They don't like the fact that we're spending our way. Into oblivion and they would like to see commonsense reforms, a congress will never impose on you know, if I could go back to seventeen eighty seven and not hot summer in Philadelphia. And whisper in the air, the founders, I would say three things number one term limits. Whether it's six years or twelve years term limits number two is a budget amendment. That says you can't have deficit spending unless two thirds of the house and the Senate go along with it and number three what I would do is do something with education to make sure it's not a federal function. Interesting and a lot of that was done in essence in other words, the founders didn't impose term limits because society impose them at that point. Nobody wanted to be there forever. Nobody believed in that. They believed in something they call the rotation officers. Just it's what people did. So they didn't understand that that need would arise. But they would've definitely supported it had they known as far as balanced budget. I mean, they believed it was immoral to impose debt on future generations that they didn't understand that that morality would change. So I agree with you on education. One of the most interesting things there's a letter between Thomas Jefferson, one of the greatest proponents in history of public education and Lee who is one of his best friends. Henry Lee, Henry Lee suggesting that he take public money for the university of Virginia. And Jefferson says you can't do that because it's unconstitutional without a constitutional amendment..

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"henry lee" Discussed on Civics 101

Civics 101

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"henry lee" Discussed on Civics 101

"Civics. Wanna one is supported in part by the corporation for public broadcasting. They are about to grave the storminess gift made of paper. How lynn. So I don't really knows. I don't know how it shall end. But this this was our beginning. July fourth seventeen seventy six. This was the moment that we became we. But a month earlier. Richard Henry Lee Virginia the following resolution before the continental congress, quote that these United colonies are and of right ought to be free and independent states that they are absolved from all the legions to the British crown and that all political connection between them and the state of Great Britain is an ought to be totally dissolved. A committee of five was appointed to draft a statement for the world to declare the reason for such an action. Lee's resolution was debated and adopted by twelve of the thirteen colonies on July second seventeen seventy six New York abstained and on the fourth. The declaration was adopted. It was sent to a young Irish immigrant. John Dunlap official printer of the congress to be turned into about two hundred broadsides to be sent around the colonies twenty six of these called the Dunlap broadsides are known to exist today. These weren't printed to sit in glass cases, or hang on the walls of state fees were printed to be read out loud to assemblies to committees on townhall steps to the commanders and troops who'd already been at war for over a year copies were made for the colonists. And German and French and one Dunlap broadside was put on a ship to England where it'd be read by King George himself. So whether we're celebrating the successes or examining the flaws of this, great democratic experiment. This was the moment that they became our successes. Our flaws. This is the reason I'm a little nervous investigating are literal founding document, and there's one more reason. That I hesitate to mention. What I'm trying to do a levels. Check for a guest on this very show instead of asking them the industry standard question, which is what did you have for breakfast? I really like to ask what is the movie that you watched more than any other in your did? You have a tape that got played more than any other in your household a video. Yeah. Absolutely. What was it? Casa blogger for the first time last year. Are you serious? It is the greatest movie ever made. Let's be honest. It is a major piece of propaganda. That's Byran Williams. We'll hear from him a little later. He loved a major piece of propaganda. But so did I go God. What the hell? Are you waiting on? I've seen the movie seventeen seventy six a musical about our founding fathers singing and dancing their way towards the signing of the declaration independence. Hundreds. Maybe even thousand.

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