35 Burst results for "Hundred Year"

A Live Report From St. Petersburg, FL

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:37 min | 1 d ago

A Live Report From St. Petersburg, FL

"Here's Richard in saint Pete. Hey, Richard, are you leaving? Are you staying? No, I'm staying. I live about a mile north of downtown St. Petersburg and write down from downtown saint Pete to about four miles north. There is what I call a Florida mountain. I'm 55 feet above sea level. So if a lot of this is my house, we have problems. I'm just curious what zone are you in? We don't have to evacuate. What zone are you in? Is a big deal there's no zone. Well, yeah, there is a year everybody's in his own. I mean, Florida breaks out. Well, they know vaccination zone. We don't have too high but sea level. I see interesting. I got you. Okay, well, that's fascinating. Well, my app is a big is a big circle, just north of downtown. Elevated that's when my House is a hundred years old. I got it. So it survived for a while. Well, good deal. The house was a built there. I got you. I'm a former coast guard officer. And I work in the marine industry. The port closed yesterday afternoon. So supplies like we have gasoline tankers come in almost every day. There's got to be no gasoline coming in for a while. Well, you know what's fascinating too, and you know this area as well, because I live there as well, Richard, those huge that's that big coast guard cutter right there in the Marina. And I read somewhere last night that they take those ships and those boats and they take them, do they put them out to sea in the middle of the storm? Yeah, safer to see the ship than ride safe for a seat. If you're a port, you're at the mercy of storm surges. Wouldn't that be something?

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Brandon Tatum on Why Race Isn't a Big Convo Heading Into the Midterms

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:26 min | 4 d ago

Brandon Tatum on Why Race Isn't a Big Convo Heading Into the Midterms

"You find it interesting about how out of all the national conversations right now, race is not a primary conversation heading into the midterms. What are we supposed to make of that? Well, I think that, you know, we got to look at the midterms as a political strategy on both sides, right? I don't think that a lot of these politicians are genuine in their approach. I don't think they really have a vested interest in fixing any issues. What they want to do is promote an issue that gets people riled up to get their emotions running, get them in a level of or in a position of fear, and then they can run a campaign on that. And if you look at the Democrat party in the black community, the reason why they've been having a black community in a stronghold or in a chokehold I'd say is because all they do is pitch promises every single year. We promise to do this. We promise to do this, look, the scary white man is out here ready to get you. We're going to protect you this year. Well, we didn't protect you last year. We're going to protect you this year. It's the Republicans fall. I mean, they just continue to push a narrative for political expediency and they're not addressing any of the real issues because if Democrats really cared about the black community, they will be addressing crime in the inner city. They will be addressing the police department and not in a way in which they're expressing that they need to revise and rethink policing. They would be saying that we're going to fund police. We're going to get them better training. We're going to get more minorities involved in policing so they can patrol their communities that they're familiar with. But that's not the approach. Charlie, they're just out for getting votes and promise you something that they can have leverage on for the next a hundred years.

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Tucker Carlson: Memphis Is Falling Apart

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Tucker Carlson: Memphis Is Falling Apart

"A hundred years ago Memphis was one of the richest best organized cities in the country that had a booming economy. It had beautiful municipal parks a lot of them more than a hundred. It had one of the most modern sanitation systems in the world, something we take for granted now, but when yellow fever was real, no one took it for granted. Memphis was such a big deal that, in fact, was the informal capital of an entire American region, the Mississippi Delta. But not anymore. In fact, by the last year, if you went to Memphis, it was hard to believe that any of that had ever been true at any point because by that point and now Memphis had become a husk and a highly threatening one. In 2021, according to federal statistics, Memphis Tennessee was the most dangerous city in the United States. Last year it recorded a total of 342 murders. Now how many is that? Well, by comparison, San Antonio, Texas, which has more than twice the population recorded fewer than half as many murders. So by any measure at all, Memphis was absolutely falling apart.

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Jared Kushner on What It Was Like Working on Trump's Trade Policy

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:17 min | Last month

Jared Kushner on What It Was Like Working on Trump's Trade Policy

"We didn't work directly. However, I was placed on the trade policy council as an observer, and I watched you co chair it with Gary Cohen. And what was it? Every Tuesday morning, is that right? I remembering right? And I saw, I watched you there. I didn't throw my money in my voice into often, except when it was about China. But what I saw was a young, very intelligent man trying to make his father in law's administration and the America first vision a success. From the outside, you'd hear all these stories about, oh my gosh, there are subversives and camps and it's Steve versus Jared. Will you tell us the truth about what it was like inside The White House and how the misconceptions lasted this very day? So first of all, it was one of the most wild experiences you could ever have, especially in those early days. I think that when president Trump ran for office in 2016, there was an article in The New York Times, which I've now come to understand what that actually is worth, but it basically talked about how his trade policies were upending a hundred years of orthodoxy in terms of trade thinking. And when we got into power, it was one thing to say what president Trump said on the campaign, which is we need to stop our manufacturing jobs from going overseas. I want to see car plans starting to be built here in America, not in Mexico. I don't want to be hostage to China for all the different things that we are. And what he had as a people with a different set of experience. So we had on one end, Peter Navarro and on one end, Gary Cohn, and then we had in the middle. We had Wilbur Ross. We had bob lighthizer. We had myself and Steve Bannon. We were more trying to get the agreements, get people to come together to figure out what is a cohesive trade policy for an America first agenda looks like. And ultimately, bob lighthizer ended up emerging as the tip of the spear took him a while to get confirmed, I think Congress was very nervous that he actually was going to be able to do the things that Trump wanted to do. But once he took leadership of that, he really became a mentor of mine and somebody who really taught me a lot about not only why Trump's trade policy and instincts were correct, but also how do you implement them?

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Mitch McConnell Was Trump's Enabler-in-Chief

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:03 min | Last month

Mitch McConnell Was Trump's Enabler-in-Chief

"This is what I was saying about, you know, Mitch McConnell's absolutely right, the quality of their Senate candidates suck because they went with Donald Trump's picks, right? Correct. Well, I mean, you know, there's so many off ramps from the grave and by the you know what video to the first impeachment were McConnell wouldn't step up. By the way, when Obama invited McConnell to step up with him and point out the Russians were helping Trump refuse to do it. Second impeachment, when apparently McConnell was going to vote to convict, then back off and said, oh, he'll just go away. Yeah, Donald Trump will just go away. They empowered him. It would have been tough for them at the time. They would have had a fight in their party, they would have lost some people, but longer term. They would have been healthier. Instead, at every turn they let this guy off the hook, they empowered him. So what happened? He didn't pick the best candidates. He picked the ones that are loyal to him. And remind him of himself, which means mentally unbalanced, cheese ball fame, you know, mammoth Oz, you know, the pill pushing doctor and Herschel Walker a hundred years ago football player who can't put a sentence together. I mean, these are the people he picked.

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The Trump Diplomacy

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

03:08 min | Last month

The Trump Diplomacy

"The things that leaders have to do in diplomacy. And you mentioned two books in passing in your own book breaking history. One is the hundred year marathon by Pillsbury about China. Excellent book. The other is Lawrence Wright's book on Camp David. You have to be read. You have to be well informed, but you also need partners. I notice, you are trying for four years to get, and the Abraham accords are the key big deal of the Trump period. I mean, history will still be looking at them in 300 years. The key thing was not moving forward until Mike Pompeo replaced Rex Tillerson at state until Robert O'Brien arrived to replace John Bolton. Why do individuals matter so much when the principles want to get somewhere? So that's actually one of the fascinating things that hopefully people will get from reading the book is that I learned that nobody in Washington can get anything done by themselves. It's really a function of different people from different backgrounds with different experiences from different geographies coming to a coming together, having to agree on an objective, create a plan and then all row together in order to accomplish it. And I think in the beginning, Trump's policies were so radical to Washington, right? A lot of people say he's conservative, some people call them other things. I think of him as a pragmatist. And I thought that a lot of the things he was saying just made sense, right? Why are we stuck in all these endless wars if we're fighting a war? Let's fight to win. Why are we getting taken advantage of on trade by people who were protecting like Europe and NATO? And so all these things to me just made a lot of common sense. And so you had people in there. I think the biggest difference with a guy like Tillerson was that he wanted to manage the world, whereas Trump wanted to change the world. And Trump, I write about a lot about his decision making. I write about how he would take calculated risks in order to make big differences. And I give great examples. I take people into the situation room and into the different scenes when he was deciding to move the embassy. The fierce resistance he got from the Secretary of State and the Secretary of Defense from the Intel community from every other world leader, and Trump understood why no other president had done it before. It was just a barrage. But he didn't allow that risk to dissuade him. He studied it. And then he said, to me, Jared, I want you to go mitigate that risk. If people's fear is that there's going to be riots and explosion in the Middle East, call all the leaders in the Middle East and tell them we're watching. They want our help now with Iran. They want our help with military. They want our help with trade. They want our help with a million other things. Tell them this is a decision we are going to make, Israel is a sovereign nation. They have the right to determine where their capital is. And we are a sovereign nation. We have the right to recognize that decision. And so if they have a problem with it, they can voice it, but that's it. I don't want to see big problems. And so we really mitigated it. There's one leader in the Middle East who said to me at that time. He said, Jared, I'm not going to tell you to move the embassy. I'm not going to tell you not to do it. But what I will tell you is that if you do do it, you'll find out who your Friends are. And that was a very, very true and why statement. And we ended up working with everyone and we got it done. And I think that with Trump, the more that he slaughtered the sacred cows and did the things that everyone warned him couldn't be done. And again, he did them very thoughtfully. They were not done recklessly or impetuously.

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Why Is There No Oversight on College Tuition Costs & Budgets?

Mark Levin

01:37 min | Last month

Why Is There No Oversight on College Tuition Costs & Budgets?

"And so now we have this student loan issue That your grandkids are going to have to pay for That their children and their grandchildren are going ahead to pay for The total debt For colleges and universities that is the total load of the loans Is over $1.2 trillion It's actually now closer to $2 trillion And for what As a result of this massive subsidizing of colleges and universities they get bigger and bigger and more and more facilities and pools and soccer fields and football fields new buildings new libraries Overpaid tenured professors who may be teaching one course a week It gets more and more bloated and bloated and bloated And there's no oversight Why I talk about this in American Marxism and in plundering the seat There's no oversight Mainly because these are indoctrination mills for the left These professors are protected There is no academic freedom for those who disagree There's no free speech on college campuses These are indoctrination mills This is what John do we want it A hundred years ago and this is what you got And now they're doing the same thing at all levels of education

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Is the American Dream Being Politically Weaponized?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:36 min | Last month

Is the American Dream Being Politically Weaponized?

"I see this article just out in The New York Times. It's about the American Dream. It's called how a storied phrase became a partisan battleground. The subtitle is that a touchstone of political and social discourse that nearly hundred year old phrase the American Dream is being repurposed. Critics say distorted, particularly by Republicans of color. Now this is significant. What's the time saying? They're saying that the American Dream as a phrase and as an idea is being politically weaponized. And I want to say yes it is, and that's a very good thing. Why? Because now there's only one of the two political parties that even aspires to the American Dream that defends the American Dream and the idea behind the ideas behind that dream. And it's particularly poignant and appropriate that not just Republicans, but Republicans of color as the times calls us, become champions of this dream. Why? Because we have seen this dream, not just in theory. In other words, there's a kind of knowledge of the American Dream, but we have experienced the American Dream play out in our life, and moreover, having been raised in other cultures. This is true of Debbie. In her younger years and me, until the age of 17, and Myra, I think Myra came to America, I read at the age of 6. So all of us have at least a childhood memory of growing up in a different culture and what the rest of the world is like.

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What Happened to the Red Wave?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:10 min | Last month

What Happened to the Red Wave?

"What happened to the red wave? What happened to the we're going to win a hundred seats in a hundred years. Now in the House of Representatives, I think that's going to happen. I don't think they could put that Genie back in the bottle. But we might just win slightly instead of winning massively. Is it possible that your Republican Party are Republican Party deep down is cheering for a minor loss? What could possibly be the calculation behind that? The calculation is that a massive grassroots people centered populist win will make the Republican establishment less powerful and displaced from power. To go back to the Tea Party movement in 2010, that was a moment that terrified the oligarchs of Washington D.C., but it wasn't just 2010. It was also 2016. It was ten, it was 16 and they are worried that 22 could make 16 and ten look like a little blip. They're worried that a legitimate tsunami is brewing in this country and your Republican establishment is worried that might be hard to manage.

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What Do Anthony Fauci and Merrick Garland Have in Common?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:30 min | Last month

What Do Anthony Fauci and Merrick Garland Have in Common?

"What do Anthony Fauci and Merrick Garland have in common? I know they're both kraven old men that are using their twilight years to terrorize a majority of the country and they're both approximately 5 feet tall with no Napoleon syndrome, by the way, trying to tell us how to live our lives and using their power for evil, but they're also creatures of the administrative state. Now, as we talk about on this program, the constitution authorizes three types of power. We all learn this in school. It's very basic. The legislative branch, the executive branch, and the judicial branch. How does the administrative state though fit into that arrangement? And the answer is it doesn't. If you go all the way back to 1887, Congress created the interstate commerce commission. It was expanded decades later, but it was almost this fourth branch of government, the birth of the fourth branch of government, and it was no coincidence that happened in the late 1800s. This was where the focus on scientism was born industrial revolution, people start to think they could perfect man. We need the council of experts, the administrators that know best. We have allowed over the last hundred years. The administrative state also called the deep state or the shadow government to do whatever they want to do with very little check or balance or transparency being demanded.

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Record rain causes heavy flooding in St. Louis area; 1 dead

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

Record rain causes heavy flooding in St. Louis area; 1 dead

"A record rain leaves one person dead and causes heavy flooding in the St. Louis area A state of emergency has been declared after several inches of rain killed one person displaced many others and resulted in rescues from vehicles and homes National weather service meteorologist Zach Taylor says The Rain shattered a record that had lasted more than 100 years The St. Louis airport actually it was 8.6 so that broke the previous record for any day which was 6.85 inches Which was August 20th 1915 Patrick huber who lives in university city just outside of St. Louis tells kmov TV The Rain destroyed his historic house About a hundred years old at parquet floors on the first floor and all the water came bubbling up through the registers from the basement Tuesday's rainfall followed a period of extended drought in the region I'm Mike Hempen

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The Evolution of US Race Relations With Project 21's Horace Cooper

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:43 min | 2 months ago

The Evolution of US Race Relations With Project 21's Horace Cooper

"Like to ask our guests, can you give us a diagnosis from that point in time, the 8 years of Obama, then the four years of my old boss president Trump and today, what has the evolution of race relations being in America? What is the trendline? What direction are they moving in? When Barack Obama said what he said, it was a code word. The left always talks about the right dog whistle. Yes. This was clearly a dog whistle. When he said acted stupidly, what he wanted to say and implied was racist. But you couldn't say that in 2008. Now I'm going to turn just really quick to a data point. Since 2008, every four years, fewer blacks have supported the left wing ticket nationally. In fact, since 2014, in every off year election, fewer blacks have supported the left wing ticket. What do those black Americans know? Our president, mister Obama, was the first in a hundred years to be successfully reelected while receiving fewer black votes than he did the first time. That didn't happen to Ronald Reagan. He received more, that didn't happen to George W. Bush. He received more that didn't happen to any other president if you successfully were elected. You got reelected. You got more black people. You did the first time. And it's precisely because these policies don't actually work.

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100-Year-Old Veteran: People Don't Realize What They Have

The Dan Bongino Show

01:22 min | 3 months ago

100-Year-Old Veteran: People Don't Realize What They Have

"And I want you to listen to something that this hundred year old veteran Carl deckle had to say about just how much has changed Listen I sincerely believe in this old world that everything is beautiful I mean if I see if I wake up in the morning and see these plants out here in nature and all those flowers are in there and the green grass on the on the ground that's beautiful And people don't realize what they have They bitch about it They do And then nowadays I am so upset that the things we did in a things we fought for into boys had died for it So I'm going down the drain Our country's going to hell In a handbasket shouldn't we listen to him Don't you feel that I mean I feel that listening to him I have a reaction to that It cuts deep Here's someone who has fought for our country who was going to lay down his life for a country who probably lost his brothers in the military For her freedoms for her liberty that so many people in this country take for granted And we need to have we need to have a revival an American revival a revival of patriotism a right of revival of love for America revival of recognizing why this country is so great

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More Than One Million Registered Voters Have Switched to the GOP

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 3 months ago

More Than One Million Registered Voters Have Switched to the GOP

"You are living through a once in a generation political realignment. I believe it could be a once in a hundred year political realignment. We talked about this in great detail in a previous monologue and dialog. With Myra Flores winning in South Texas, 84% Hispanic district, the second most Hispanic district in the country. We saw a district that was once Democrat plus 25. Now go plus R plus Republican by 5 points. This country is far more conservative than it is represented politically. It's far more conservative than is reflected in our cultural institutions. And there is now there is a remarkable story that came out today. From The Associated Press, that believe it or not, is actually really well written. I got a couple things that I think they miss word here and that are misleading. But this right here is a 5 alarm fire for the Democrats. More than 1 million voters switch to Republican Party in warning for Democrats. Associated Press. Quote, a political shift is beginning to take hold across America. As tens of thousands of suburban swing voters who helped fuel the Democrat parties gains in recent years are becoming Republicans. More than 1 million voters across 43 states have switched to the Republican Party over the last year, according to the voter registration data analyzed by The Associated Press. The previously unreported number reflects a phenomenon that is playing out in virtually every region of the country. Democrat and Republican states along with cities and small towns in the small period Joe Biden replaced Donald Trump. But nowhere is that shift more pronounced and dangerous for Democrats than in the suburbs were well educated swing voters who turned out against Trump's Republican Party in recent years appear to be swinging back.

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Nancy Pelosi Elbows Mayra Flores' Daughter During Photo Op

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Nancy Pelosi Elbows Mayra Flores' Daughter During Photo Op

"I think it was at the swearing in ceremony of Myra Flores? This amazing young woman in South Texas who came out of nowhere and for the first time in over a hundred years, won this particular congressional district. She's a rock rib conservative. She's a fighter. She's spunky. She's pretty amazing. So I guess at the swearing in ceremony, there's Pelosi, of course, who's forced to swear her in. And I kid you not Pelosi is standing there next to Myra Flores as little daughter. And Pelosi looks down and is annoyed at her and elbows the little girl out of the way. You got to see this. Do we have audio with it or is it just B roll, Derek? Okay, listen to this. Cut ten. Let me play this clip. And give you the intent because Pelosi took to the podium after the roe V wade decision was announced. I would say good morning, but it's not a good morning. I'll get you my little pretty and your little dog too. I mean, she was livid. Livid. And she took it out on a little girl, throwing an elbow, Derek, you gotta, we gotta get my Flores back. Just to talk about this, here's cut ten, I'll narrate if you don't have your smartphone or you're not by your laptop or your computer where you can see this video. We want our faster to come into the future. I mean, she literally elbows this little girl the two beautiful smiley little girls there in these little white dresses, these little angels, and this, I'm sorry, which looks down at the girl and gives her an elbow,

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Victor Davis Hanson on the West's Current Mindset of Self-Hatred

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:09 min | 3 months ago

Victor Davis Hanson on the West's Current Mindset of Self-Hatred

"And he is professor Victor Davis Hanson, senior fellow at the Hoover institution. Welcome to America first. Thank you. Professor, we've been going back and forth emailing each other over the last few days. My son has graduated from Stamford. We went through the proceedings, the commencement I played clips of the prayer from the dean of religion that opened the ceremony. I played the blessings from the in-house rabbi as well. My commentary was it's strange to have a blessing and a prayer that doesn't mention God and talks about judeo ism as a tradition, not a religion. What I didn't share with my listeners and I saved for our conversation given your storied background as the preeminent classicist in America today, my son majored in classics, I listened to the head of the department give his graduation speech and the second sentence was a mayor culpa for slavery and the lack of female voting rights in western civilization. I put that as the scene setting, the stage setting, is there a history of a civilization a culture faring well or even surviving professor when it's elite hates its own history? Well, when that starts to happen, then you have to have some kind of re enlightenment or renaissance. So if you look at the neronian period in the literature of that period, petronius, the Tony as you get this sense that affluence and leisure did create a lot of self hatred, but then you had the 5 good emperors come in. You had a hundred years of correction. And France was intellectually bankrupt between the wars and its army reflected that and collapsing in 6 weeks, but then it had sort of a recuperation after World War II. In fact, it's troops did very well under American auspices and of course. So we have to have that enlightenment and that rebooting. And if we don't, no, you can't

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Mayra Flores' Historic Flipping of a Democratic Seat in South Texas

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:39 min | 3 months ago

Mayra Flores' Historic Flipping of a Democratic Seat in South Texas

"Huge development out of South Texas Myra Flores a Republican running against this guy, Danny Garcia, a Democrat for an open sea, the seat vacated by philemon vela, who got an appointment in the Biden administration. This has been a democratic seat for a hundred years. And Myra Flores needed not just a win. She had to get to 50% to avoid a runoff and she did. So she has flipped the seat. This narrows further the Pelosi margin in the house, which is already very tiny. And so, and it signals a larger trend that's going on in South Texas. Now, this is actually where you grew up. This is my home turf. This is my dream come true. And so, you know, when we interviewed Myra a few months ago, and I was, you know, I helped with the interview, I was one of the I talked to her as well. And I said, listen, this is my dream come true to make to make the valley red. I mean, I just, you know, always dreamed of that. Even when I was 14 years old, I met Ronald Reagan in harlington. That was something that, you know, hey, we have to flip this, this county red. And she did. Now, we have to help her because it's going to get a little dicey come November. Because they have done a redistricting in the valley. And so her seat is now redistricted in a way that actually gives a Democrat a 17 point lead. So we have to, you know, hey, all my Friends from Harlem and high school go vote for

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You Are Living Through the 'Great Realignment'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 3 months ago

You Are Living Through the 'Great Realignment'

"You are living through a realignment. The great realignment. We have been forecasting this, we have been foreshadowing this for quite some time. We've been telling you that the people of the country are no longer going to tolerate the ruling of the few why the many suffer. We've been seeing it in school board races when seeing it in state representative races. We've been seeing it in voter registration races, but now we're seeing an actual congressional races. We are living through something profound and something generationally significant. We are finally seeing what we have been waiting for as the equal and opposite reaction as we build and we build and we build as we get closer to November. What we saw last night, we haven't seen in well over a hundred years. Actually a 140 years. You see what we saw last night is evidence that there is fight still in the American spirit. That things are not as doom and gloom as the prognosticators might believe. Even conservatives can be awfully apocalyptic in their thinking. A conservatives can say, oh, Charlie, is there any way we could turn this around the elections? I don't trust them, and the media is bought and the intelligence agencies are compromised. Even for some conservative that can be a little bit doom and gloom at times last night was a shock and awe. What we saw last night is something that I believe is the beginning stages of a once in a hundred year political transformation. I believe we are seeing a political transformation a great realignment that will permanently upend our system of government, the Democrat party, and will finally put the conservative movement in the driver's seat, not the Republican Party, but the conservative movement and the driver's seat for generations to

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"hundred year" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:17 min | 4 months ago

"hundred year" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Pizza This week we learned about a century old Argentinian pizza topping that is making a comeback and that topping is more pizza Apparently a hundred years ago Italian immigrants to Argentina had a genius idea for a pizza covered in another slice of pizza The second slice these days is made from chickpea flour and the final product looks like sort of a pizza sandwich And if your kid doesn't like the topping just tell her to pick off the pizza from her pizza If you want to try this at home just go to Domino's order two pizzas and let them know which one should be the big spoon Well that's not pizza though from Domino's Donut bread with sauce and cheese on it Hey don't cut for Domino's They text me more than anybody Like Lacey you up They are Like you want some peas What do you want Lacey 14 inch 16 inch Meat lovers It's time to move on Here's your next limerick I can't head to work when my friends play So I too will let everyone's trend sway I aim for the hump That's when no one gets pumped We go to the office on Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday is apparently the new Monday moa and more businesses are adopting these hybrid schedules letting employees choose when they want to come to the office and according to The Wall Street Journal everyone is choosing Wednesday So somewhere at Garfield international headquarters workers with sharpies are frantically scribbling changes on all the mugs Office landlords and businesses are encouraging the trend They're offering events like wellness Wednesdays wine Wednesdays and woof Wednesdays where you can bring your dogs None of those themed days are quite as popular as wouldn't you rather be at home Wednesdays We prefer why Wednesdays Why Wednesday wine wine Wednesdays I hate being here All right here very good Here is your last limber I'm reluctantly letting this news slip But retirements one long and enthused trip I will cast off from shore paying mortgage no more To save money I live on a Bruce ship Cruise ship Yes a Seattle couple Good I did that instead of paying the costs to own their own home It's actually cheaper to live out their retirement on cruise ships Angelin Burke worked as an accountant she quenched numbers she realized that hopping from cruise to cruise ship with her husband made quote more financial sense than paying a mortgage though it should be noted that the couple had struggled with their $2000 a month shrimp cocktail habit I can't think of a greater torture Well they're very happy They love cruises to begin with and they have figured it out They're able to live year round on cruise ships for about $43 a day What offers tips to make it all affordable This is what you do You avoid the drink packages You stay out of the casino and you book inside cabin So if you love travel but don't like entertainment alcohol or seeing anything but blank walls If the cruise ship lifestyle is perfect for you I've almost gotten stuck at a port when a cruise ship was leaving and they were like doing the final honks and we're sprinting and I'm just thinking like what if you got stuck in a port and you're.

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"hundred year" Discussed on ActionPacked

ActionPacked

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"hundred year" Discussed on ActionPacked

"The rail price range pasta season you can get shy around twenty thousand euros, which would be for property that sleeps around twelve people on the crazy weeks in ability. That price can range up to one, hundred, seventy, two, three, thousand years, but it is but one of the property that won the world shelley last year and it was on the pace New Year eight ranges depends pick your week depending on your budget. Essentially. A combination, but you will supply only extras you can arrange flights, you can arrange transfers, you can have a company's absolutely we don't range of we partner companies, our clients choose the best supply that suits their requirements because our clients coming in from different areas different at needing different things and partner supplies a much more well-equipped for doing that but we have. Trusted them work with your private concierge that you have. A point of cooking will be with you a whole way trade to help guide you and organized every single aspect for. A New Kenosha range ski guides, Nola, different things you need bosses to everything -solutely, everything from. St High Escape Guide Nannies Annot side of the things that we don't think of bachelor the activities that are amazing because we do actually have hyper sensitive. Don't ski and because they're coming properties family greg we often have. To the Great Wing Ski say we'll help guide them to the amazing activities that are available in resort ammon also help with the bathroom and that sort of thing. Zoom your biggest flurries. The civil second way will tech comes during the winter and situation which the French government decides. He doesn't want any more foreigners. Out. That is, real. War. Isn't it Suddenly said what we're saying at the moment is the speed at which that locking places down in quarantine it doesn't really give out guest time to be arranged. Will remain flexible where offering flex terms. I'm with booking now and ultimately if if something meetings to clients have to cancel so we can work with a client to insurance accounts gave the canucks note we will get back out as soon as they can. They can enjoy time in Charlotte Good. You'll website website consensus chalets current UK ultra an email sales out consensually credit U K we'll have details on our website as well and state and Thank you very much the. Problem Lobby talking to him on the final word goes to Hauge Gessler from the Austrian Toronto. Now, the throw some of skiing in the world. Unfortunately, this came to an untimely end in March, but overdose now preparing to get back to normal for this coming winter. while I don't think he can say you but we no one but older resorts, Lopin everything in go beyond the short notice disappear specially like will there be a second wave of Kobe beverly happen now I know these haven't been finalized yet, but the will be social distancing like everywhere else sexual distancing incomes of lift queues and. New. Got Mosques on the lifts and things like that, which is a world we're living in it. It's becoming the.

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"hundred year" Discussed on ActionPacked

ActionPacked

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"hundred year" Discussed on ActionPacked

"Vk zoom releases the plus side of the coat situation view is that lots of people out there who want. A REC- confined telltale safety, and come provide that. Absolutely, say as a separate before the property rented in exclusively that it have to fiddle the Reims. They can properties range from sleeping from ten to fifteen but because it's only for them and they can dictate what happens inside it does make it a lot safer. We have been speaking to August the season about what lab of contact they want, what level of service they won't they won't contactless service. They don't want to actually see our staff they'd rather operated behind the scenes. So this second will give gets in the current scenario. Your messages yelp through the business is that. We. All right. Confer baseness where watching like everyone else is watching with the lockdowns and they different quarantine rules for August we've been talking to them for them very much. It's how they can get the results safely. Be Talking about projets or self driving down and they don't see a private transfer from the airport and once they're in in chalet, it's providing the level of comfort of not having so much contact and supplies missile aping doing the same thing in changing the status to adapt, but we are definitely agribusiness. Message Pad for molded officer tourism's is that ever happen Some with regards to what kind of adapt -tations they need and what measures putting in place, but it'll soon positive for the. Most appeal guests come from. In a normal year, we only have about sent UK clients. The rest is really spread throughout the wealth do have a significant amount in your way have more Mo- about five percent South America, I've sent your say we do have quite high potion plants. We have about fifteen cent Russian plans and we're saying more mole from Australia however, the this coming into expect those sense just change. Looking to just get through this next season. I. Don't want to try. We want to be open. We want every week ruled I. Mean we finished in some fifty two march this year we have many many clients who missed this skiing this winter we want to maximize and fill every week if possible and every client spoken to his say if we can stay where escape this winter we mess summer. A big. Thank for us. If we can come, we will be there. Can you indication of the price range for difficult because every prompted.

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"hundred year" Discussed on ActionPacked

ActionPacked

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"hundred year" Discussed on ActionPacked

"Train service to firms that we're looking tendencies for that at the squeeze will be transposed mentioning that while you're saw actually operating a ski train, it's still possible to travel trend helps absolutely I think British consumers to a degree. Has, really. Enjoyed the convenience of getting on one flynt one train to go this just a little bit of education certainly for some groups that traveled together about crossing. Harrison picking up another train find Irish picking a train. It's just a change I think they can eastern and do you think people take trains to go to Australia the Merman out sales figures an accident showing a bigger pence teaches self drive to Australia even though it's further. People did the convenience of getting car from across Europe this coming winter. When of course feed you're you are in isolation in your the concern for me is the number of charter flights is right down maybe Hof maybe even less than that with the attended, which are scheduled flights, which we get rain no the liberal federal funds can be from gun was. On shutting number of Easyjet. Once East budget operators. Will be probably High Scott Pricey. Yet. They are ouch. Fluid prices because of the rhythms they embed actually in the website. So if you're in London looking at Easyjet flight, you could be paying more than if you're in Kirk lease in Scotland looking for an easy jet flying extremely sophistication about the pricing. They all at the moment in very many instances advertising incredibly low. Prices because that is the hook that gets the looking in interested but the brush summer. About. The, we've actually started to look at buying in some flights for January where you would always expect be paying much lower crisis anyway. And at the moment that pretty low. As those begin to fill up which they will because of exactly what you sent the reduced capacity and prices will go. So travel industry has said for a while you do often get best deal if you look further at vons or very, very last minute while the very last minute will be squeezed because there isn't the same transport capacity than walls and it was often transport passage. Drove of large providence discounted prices. Same Easyjet frontloading they discounts is a prime example wind. There's never been a better time Canada and on the transfers will at the moment as things done, will people have to wear mosques? As things and moon..

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"hundred year" Discussed on ActionPacked

ActionPacked

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"hundred year" Discussed on ActionPacked

"You take about five thousand guests, the outs each went to what's happening this winter. I'm hoping to take roughly similar numbers to be honest with you. Actually, the way things are looking at the boat optimistic that to that will be on target take up the same number fortunately because we've been going for. So long we've been going percents yet. Yeah. So we we have a really good long relationship with our with our guest and about three quarters of those guests come back on holiday with his every year. So they know is that trust is. So when cove it closed the ski resorts in March, roughly half of them said, look effects next year. So that was obviously extremely. A cash flow and we're very grateful to them, and we'll also have had a long relationship with most of our shoulders. They were extremely understanding very helpful financially tools. So that's meant that we're actually on pretty good footing for coming season. On. Now is not the same for all operators subtly some of the it'd be operating at all next winter those main though that the the supply of chalets. Katie. Challenges in the French. Alps. In particular it's going to be severely diminished frankly were hoping that a lot of the people who used to go with the companies will will go with us it might seem a bit mercenary but I think that's the way things. Was that he looks to me as if the number of holidays being offered in particular China holded by tour operators is dumb somewhere around thirty to fifty percent done and might get a lot worse as. We, get into. If. You then factor into account over the past four years has been a big reduction shot as anyway bricks. We're talking really about something like sixty percent less holiday. Debatable. Feige for five years ago it. So it means Sinaga the fetus. Yes. Yes. Indeed I mean that's remarkable figures out late. To. The Brits Are Pretty Resilient Bunch we have to be that way because we've had so much thrown out as over the last ten years from you know the the collapse of sterling through two ridiculous.

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"hundred year" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"hundred year" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Hundred year old Eatonville and Sanford dams to preach Tuesday Sydney water crashing downstream I was actually small holes floating in the river a blue house that was going down river and then it's just tragic the amount of people that are affected by this a highly toxic compounds were dumped in number.

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"hundred year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"hundred year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"There for a hundred years are very very they they think the government help is nice and fine but they really don't want to rely on the government and you know they wanna you know they're they're just figuring out how they survive that's how they reinvent themselves how they're able to still serve their community and you know if you're a small business you had a big banks are you did not get the the money if you're a small business and you have a small community banks he didn't get the money yeah so there's of course there's so many different experiences out there aw and and so I again I don't know that people you know the people that didn't get money are scared and frustrated yeah most of my friends I would become a Georgie of my friends are small business owners and I'm watching them suffer and it's you know it's devastating because your people they get up at five in the morning and go to bed at night yeah it and well it wasn't that the president is is going to legitimately say you know I I engineered this huge relief package multiple relief packages and and even though we have resistance we push it through we got it there the sad thing is you're right so many small businesses they will you may have got that package through but I didn't end up getting the money anyway and that's why I say is is it enough to say this is what we did if it didn't actually make it into people's bank accounts or will the president be judged on his on his intentions on is that is it I mean it's clear that he is chomping at the bit to get businesses open again and I just wonder what the mood of voters will be when all is said and done in November I I I really do because I'm not so sure I said this with every crisis every misstep every the only thing that's come out of his mouth every you know good points every you know reporter tomorrow will report Russian reporter russiagate whatever it if you voted for him in November twenty fifteen will get a vote for him again and that is not changed in your mind that is not change all this is not changed at all absolutely not change at all mazing stuff as soon as the again as I mentioned one of the best reporters reporting out there I'm things that no one else is reporting on also by the way one of the kindest sweetest people you'll ever meet in this business or any business so good to hear from you soon zero thanks for joining us thanks so much for having me let's check in now with that Rodriguez in the hit DVD carpet cleaning traffic center for the time being you're gonna want to stay away from the third street tunnel and New York Avenue between fourth street and north capitol street they're all shut down as police investigation under way and it looks like this is going to be closed off for a while north bound traffic on three ninety five stalls out from Ohio drive to the third street tunnel now from garage door repair dot com the W. M. A. L. E. C. seven storm watch forecast take a little time this afternoon to enjoy brighter skies and mild temperatures for this time of year well into the seventies it will be on the breezy side.

"hundred year" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"hundred year" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

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"hundred year" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"hundred year" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"hundred year" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"hundred year" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"It's for ball players a hundred years ago can get a permanent ban for throwing the World Series for deliberately trying to lose a World Series what's your players who cheated another team out of a World Series what kind of punishment should they get the Astros cheated the doctors out of a World Series so what do those guys get nothing I would throw my baseball I would permanently ban those players and then every year every two years they could file for reinstatement and you see if the winds have changed if you feel like enough time is going on if the players have repented I don't know just you can lock somebody away and with good behavior they could get out and that's what I would do I would strip the Astros of the twenty seventeen World Series I wouldn't give it to anybody else but I wouldn't allow them to celebrate or honor it yeah the fans will always feel like the Astros won the World Series and they can celebrate the way they want but I I don't want baseball to recognize it and I would ban the Astros from the post season this year I would bring the franchise to its knees I would kick those offenders out of baseball then there's precedent for that steroid guys are facing half your bands the first time they test positive these players are getting nothing I don't be Dodgers players that only doctors management I don't think they're coming off as whiners I don't think it's sour grapes I think they've got a right to complain because not enough has been done L. two very Bregman these guys are going to play opening day like nothing's ever happened like their World Series titles like their stature twenty eighteen twenty seventeen are completely fraudulent so I wanna know what you think I propose something that I think is fair it's harsh but fair what do you think eight five five two one two for CBS it's eight five five two one two four two two seven one to get your your take here today because I I can't believe that life is just going to go on for the Astros players in for the Astros organization and draft picks year suspension for the GM and manager involved and a small five five million dollars is a drop in the bucket for the Astros I can't believe that's it worse than the steroid era I think just as bad as players throwing the World Series because this cheated a team out of a World Series the LA Dodgers I want your take on it next eight five five two one two for CBS it's eight five five two one two four two two seven you agree with me or disagree with me I want to know coming up your calls your tweets will also get into the probable today I'm more interested in who is captaining the NFC team and I'm less interested in the game in the game itself.

"hundred year" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"hundred year" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Source water I love talking about like source water because they simply are sitting on the cutting edge of where it is all going and that is whole house water filtration whole house scale reducing systems the scale reducer lot of people are unsure what that means it is not a water softener salt based water softener you've heard me say it it's a hundred year old it's the antiquated technology it basically uses rock salt in the ions in the salt in the sodium mix with the the minerals in your water that tend to be sticky and scale on your pipes in your plumbing fixtures things like a magnesium and calcium and that kind of stuff and what it does it pulls it out of the water what you actually need those things inside your body you know what to build strong teeth and bones as they say especially as you are getting older so you don't want those things taken out of your water but you don't want to stick into your pipes you one I'm sticking to you so a scale reducing system uses a twenty first century technology that crystallizes those minerals so that they pass through the filter into your water don't stick to your pipes any longer but they get into your body where they belong that is what we're talking about with a light source whole house water filtration and scale reducing system so call light source today us solve all of your water problems once and for all call them at eight hundred three three four five zero zero nine eight hundred three three four five zero zero nine or go to life source.

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"hundred year" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"hundred year" Discussed on AP News

"Set three hundred years before the original series that ended its eight season run in may the series was announced during a presentation for the new streaming service H. B. O. Max which launches in may of twenty twenty a spin off of the mega hit game of thrones would be a key attraction in the increasingly crowded streaming market place however H. B. O. also said it had dropped another G. O. T. prequel starring Naomi watts that was that thousands of years before the original and had already shot a pilot comedian Kevin Hart's looking at life a little differently these days are says his world was forever changed after he suffered a serious back injury when the vintage muscle car he was riding in crashed nearly two months ago in California in a video posted Tuesday night on Instagram heart who's forty thanked his family and friends and reflected on how he now views life the video shows hard struggling to walk in doing physical therapy with a scar on his back he says not to take today for granted that is quote thankful for life and was looking forward to an amazing twenty twenty the California highway patrol the man driving hard nineteen seventy Plymouth barracuda xcelerated recklessly and lost control the car careens down an embankment of slammed into a tree no one was wearing seat belts required thirty says former national security adviser John Bolton won't meet with a house committees involved in the impeachment enquiring without a subpoena folders helpful the.

"hundred year" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"hundred year" Discussed on KTOK

"Who's to say that about presidents I was told very clearly that the horrible sign for humanity if you were to cheer lock them up at two towards a candidate that's gone that is it abandoned that policy is no longer in effect that's that's absent that's incredible that that happened now not to a surprise you know in Washington DC ninety five percent I think are Democrats we had this that I think it's I think it was a I know five percent were Republic yeah five percent but I think it's there's other like net on I was a nondenominational but in the end I can't well nondenominational works now it does yeah I don't you think the Democratic Party is absolutely religion watch here is Washington DC voter break down seventy five point six percent Democrat five point nine percent Republican so I mean it look yeah that doesn't mean everybody there is from DC exactly but you you wouldn't expect a Washington DC audience necessarily react positively to Donald Trump though I will say you know go back to the date of birth of Barack Obama yell you exactly what I did on the air which was drink a beer to celebrate Osama bin laden being dead on the air that is a certainly not just an excuse to drink on the job that was because I was not I was celebrated drinking forget no no no was it in reality was that it was the best Davis president well can you it wasn't just hand when we didn't know that it was the hardest decision in five hundred years until a few days later yeah well it was one jun we that was only ten week torched but that wasn't a hard decision that was because I know him or his decision of five hundred years this is just by Joe Biden being the typical Joe Biden that he is but you know looking back at it you can certainly make it into something that it is not which was it was not a difficult decision at all no in fact everybody whose life was actually on the line in the mission would tell you wait is there a one percent chance we can get for some of the model in the let's go live fire at the helicopters let's go because that's what those guys were therefore we talk to how many of them over the years that we've done anything yet over there and and shot at him we have talked to the guys who were on the on that mission to kill Osama bin laden and you know what we didn't know what the time was barackobama made it almost impossible if anything goes wrong with your helicopter good luck because we're not coming in to rescue and we know now that there was a very long delay from the initial indication as it was six months thing was six months I mean but again I don't think I still think he handled it well but still on that day we get your happy right we gave him Hey thank you for killing this really bad guy now some people say that al Baghdadi is not Osama bin laden well yes jar jar Binks is not Darth Vader but when you kill jar jar Binks it's still a very good day it's too port charges are yeah well he was even the same side as Darth me how you will then to use against him I guess he was so then right because Darth wasn't Darth yet yeah how.

"hundred year" Discussed on V103

V103

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"hundred year" Discussed on V103

"All four hundred year period do you know what a what thirty five million black people in this country. twenty minutes that number is staggering G. one million. late according to the slave. roles at those that the yard to at this castles we waited twenty million slaves left the continent of Africa is thirty five million black people in this country and want yeah that's staggering twenty million believe in four hundred years to flip it into thirty five million all of ya yeah yeah. wow well. all right. well you can post your comments on this story at does Steve Harvey FM on Instagram and Facebook yeah that's what you wanna call Steve coming up next we'll switch gears nephew Thomas prank phone calls right after this you're listening Steve Harvey morning show. to get you moving in the morning it's the Steve Harvey morning show one V. one oh three. mom. good. it's a little older than you. coming up at the.

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"hundred year" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"hundred year" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A hundred years ago a shoot out between local white law enforcement an armed African American guards protecting a sharecropper's union meeting triggered a release massacre here in the following days as many as a thousand whites civilians a militia fearing a black insurrection swarm to the Elaine area killing black men women and children she the walkers grandmother who survived listen I witness she says there were shots fired there were people nine in front of me and I just gathered up some children and we got out through the back and ran into the woods and she's just goes into hysterics no why should people were arrested if two hundred eighty five African American men and women taken into custody almost half were charged with murder and night riding a cane to terrorism twelve were sentenced to die the end double ACP intervenes and the case went to the US Supreme Court in a precedent setting decision justices ruled the defendants were denied due process and equal protection under the Fourteenth Amendment and set free poet J. Chester Johnson whose wife says he had no idea growing up that his beloved maternal grandfather participated in the massacre are kept looking for that moment where I could reconcile this person that I adored and he adored me with his participation in this massacre and it never happened five why bodies were recovered but black bodies have long been rumored to be buried in mass graves are sunk into swans Brian Mitchell teaches history at the university of Arkansas at little rock we have lots of sources that maintain that more than a hundred individuals were killed but on the other side of the spectrum there now. as a large is eight hundred fifty guy Lancaster editor of the encyclopedia of Arkansas says the healing conflict was the result of pent up frustration to centuries of black exploitation at the end of slavery throughout the south African Americans achieved a modicum of political and economic power and self sufficiency as reconstruction efforts were withdrawn African American communities were targeted with legal segregation and legal sanctions and so by the time of the early twentieth century this violence was reaching an eight..

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"hundred year" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"hundred year" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A hundred years ago a shoot out between local white law enforcement and armed African American guards protecting a sharecropper's union meeting triggered a release massacre here in the following days as many as a thousand whites civilians a militia fearing a black insurrection swarm to the Elaine area killing black men women and children she the walkers grand mother who survived was an eye witness she says there were shots fired there were people nine in front of me and I just gathered up some children and we got out through the back and ran into the woods and she's just goes into hysterics no white people were arrested if two hundred eighty five African American men and women taken into custody almost half were charged with murder and night riding a can to terrorism twelve were sentenced to die the end double ACP intervened and the case went to the US Supreme Court in a precedent setting decision justices ruled the defendants for deny due process and equal protection under the Fourteenth Amendment and set free poet J. Chester Johnson who's white says he had no idea growing up that his beloved maternal grandfather participated in the massacre are kept looking for that moment where I could reconcile this person that I adored and he adored me with his participation in this massacre and it never happened five why bodies were recovered but black bodies have long been rumored to be buried in mass graves are sunk into swans Brian Mitchell teaches history at the university of Arkansas at little rock we have lots of sources that maintain that more than a hundred individuals were killed but on the other side of the spectrum there now. as large as eight hundred fifty guy Lancaster editor of the encyclopedia of Arkansas says the healing conflict was the result of pent up frustration to centuries of black exploitation at the end of slavery throughout the south African Americans achieved a modicum of political and economic power and self sufficiency as reconstruction efforts were withdrawn African American communities were targeted with legal segregation and legal sanctions and so by the time of the early twentieth century this violence was reaching an eight..

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"hundred year" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"hundred year" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

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