26 Burst results for "Independence Hall"
'American Marxism' Is a Calling for the Next Continental Congress Convention
"Those of you have listened to this program for a long time. I have often said I was born at the wrong time. And I often think this What I would have done what I would have given To be there during the debates. The second Continental Congress. Independence Hall in Philadelphia, which was the Pennsylvania Assembly building. To participate in that What I would have done. They said in exactly the same room. During the debates of the Constitution for 5.5 months. In Philadelphia as hard as it was What I would do. To be back then. And then as I'm writing this book, I think, all right, Wait a second. We have to do this again. Different environment, different circumstances, different methodology. Got it. But fundamentally, we have to do this again. We are fighting an enemy. It's the most powerful enemy we have ever faced. Ever faced. And it Is the most complex enemy and it's the most daunting and complicated way to fight an enemy. Why They've devoured so many of our institutions and our culture.
Objects of State: The Material History of the US Constitution
"The constitution of the united states. I'm talking about the ideas and the words in the constitution but rather the actual physical original copy of the document itself. There's been a rumor floating around for years. The constitution the declaration of independence and the bill of rights were all written on hemp paper and this is not true while him paper was common at the time it wasn't used for really important documents really important documents were written on parchment. The drafts of the constitution may have been written on paper but the final draft was not parchman is made from animal. Skin the parliament that the constitution was written on came from sheepskin. The actual document was actually a rush. Job wants the delegates agreed on the final language. The final parliament version had to be done over a weekend for the final signatures. The person who's handwriting is on the constitution is a man. By the name of jacob shallows he was the assistant clerk to the pennsylvania general assembly which met at independence hall where the constitutional convention delegates were meeting. He was paid thirty dollars for his service. Because he had to transcribe almost four thousand words to four large pieces of parchment. There are actually are a few small errors in the document. There were a couple of cases where he missed a word and then had to insert a word between others on the bottom of the first page had scrape out an entire line and when he had the document ready for the delegates on monday they had a last minute changed when the increase the maximum allowable number of representatives from one per forty thousand people to one per thirty thousand he actually documented the changes at the end of the last page. The document was really not considered very important after it was signed.
"independence hall" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"It's on the other Republicans or winch, the cowards. We need a revolution. Just how far would you carry that revolution Going? Toe? What arrest people shoot people. What do you plan to do in that revolution? Just curious What we all want, Wanna know? Overthrow the radical politicians that are running our country now? All right Thoughts Larry Klayman. Well, this is the natural results. What I'm talking about in my book. I suggest peaceful methods and legal methods of doing it ago as in our declaration of independence, it says, by the laws of nature and nature's God. You know, Malum in se versus Malin Prohibitive is that we have a right to reclaim our country. Our country's been taking away from this and this gentleman is absolutely right. I don't think he advocates violence. But he's real was a little unclear at one point there, But the point will wish the best. And I think the best of him. Okay, Good. Right. Hey, missed the point of no return and there will be violence. In the streets and look at these radical groups that have put Biden and Harris up. Radicals from every religion, race, color, creed and ethnicity. They don't represent these groups. The majority. People in these whips are good people, but they're radicals. And at this point in time, they're going to be others from the other side who were going to take matters into their own hands. And I'm trying to arrest that all right. The idea. The idea of a third continental Congress is to discuss If we have to forming our own government, not hermit, turning anybody But doing what our founding fathers did Take it back to Independence Hall where it all began, You know, get real Supreme Court justices and aren't beholden. Special interest that got there through money and perks Get Congress that actually represents the American people and nominated president like George Washington, Or maybe even Trump. You can lead this country because right now We're in the tank him, and it's going down faster than we even thought in just a week and a half. All right, we'll be back in just a moment..
"independence hall" Discussed on KOMO
"Philadelphia tonight? Well, it's kind of like the city won a championship walking down Market Street in the heart of Philadelphia. Anytime there's someone wearing a bite, insured or having a Biden flag or something like that. Cars honk and they read their engines. I imagine it wouldn't be too much different if those were fillies shirts after a World Series, But maybe Karen can correct me on that. But the celebrations to continue here on the streets of Philadelphia. Is a crowd that gathered out here at the convention center where the vote count continues. Earlier today, I spoke with a young voter named Alex Davis, who was out at Independence Hall. He's 18 It was his first election that he voted it. It's pretty amazing. I was like I have this mail invalid and I have taken it to a satellite office and I'm thinking like this is it. This is the magical thing. He said He came down to Independence Hall to celebrate because he couldn't think of a better place for such a historic election. And you know, Aaron, As you mentioned historic, it is record turnout. The first black woman elected to the vice presidency, Clara Warden says. It's a beacon of hope for minorities, and she says The work for equality is just beginning Want you need address their needs, and we need to consider everyone in this city in this country. This is not just about you, and that's the consistent message here. I think you hear from a lot of people earn is tonight There are celebrations. But and while many of them see this as a victory, certainly they say the work is far from over. ABC. Smart Gramma Lard with us from Philadelphia. The celebrations.
"independence hall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Malard in a crowd outside Independence Hall Mark Yeah, The crowd still continue to grow here on the lawn at independent. Small somewhat of a traffic jam on market Street is you can hear the horns honking people passed by people are carrying their signs waving flags as he was talking about earlier, there was actually a planned march here to take place calling for every vote to be counted. It was organized by some union union groups on some other political activist groups. And they were going to march down to the federal courthouse, which is right here on market Street as well. But there is this event going on it just before it started came the word that Biden is the apparent victor in the 2020 election. And so this's also just turned in from a march. Calling for every vote to be counted, but now into largely a celebration of that apparent victory by fighting ABC, Smarck Malard from Philadelphia in Pennsylvania, the state Joe Biden was born the state that put him over the top. One of a number of different celebrations in the streets of American cities. And also there are different kinds of crowds gathering upset with the election befitting the very divisions in the nation right now, 75 or so million people voted. For Joe Biden, the most of any presidential candidate. And president. Trump is the second most votes of any presidential candidate more than 70 million, and so there was great interest. The act of voting was actually something that unified Americans but with divisions remain a challenge for the new administration. ABC NEWS White House correspondent Karen Travers is with US. There are still about 70 days left in the Trump administration. How were those days going to be spent? Karen? That's a great question,.
Under Your Feet
"You may remember Charles Wilson Peel as the man featured in episode thirty four all about museums in Philadelphia's independence hall above the very room where the declaration of Independence was signed. He opened a museum to display a whole bunch of unusual things. There were mammoth skeletons, ancient artifacts, a wily and well traveled little prairie dog and a wall full of portraits of very important people. He painted those VIP portraits himself appeal among everything else was a remarkable artist and the paintings that he made of the many people who lived in the late seventeen hundreds are some of the best of the time period. We should remember that in the seventeen hundreds there was no television or computers there weren't even photographs. So the average person would probably never actually catch a glimpse of someone famous like George Washington or Ben Franklin and person. which meant that they might not know what they really looked like. Isn't that funny thing to consider if you were alive at the time and wondered what a person look like looking at a portrait was just about the only way to see a famous face. So, curious people were happy to pay Peale's museum admission to see paintings of these very important people and finally put faces with the names they had heard about all the time, the old animal parts and the little prairie dog that peel had on display. Just a nice bonus. Now Peel was just one man and he couldn't paint everyone. Appeal portrait was typically an honor reserved for only the most notable people, presidents, founding fathers, famous personalities. You had to do something pretty special to get appeal portrait. And here's another thing to keep in mind. This was the seventeen hundreds in America and the early eighteen hundreds. So all of the faces that tended to fit those descriptions at that time were white faces. All except for one. On the wall that peel filled from floor to ceiling portrait's in his museum, one painting certainly stuck out to any visitor. It was the face of a black man and he was very old. And the dark skin on his narrow face was accented by white tufts of beard hair in the painting. He's wearing a knit cap on his head. Mike one you'll probably be getting out soon with the rest of your winter clothes. If you haven't already the old man's eyes looked bright and strong and his expression was one of satisfaction. It's an incredible face to look at and many people have wondered who was this man in a way the portrait happened by accident. In eighteen nineteen peel had traveled from his home in Baltimore to Washington DC to paint James Monroe the fifth president of the United States. while. They're peels. Curiosity was piqued when he heard about a free black man who is a practicing Muslim and who not only owned a home in nearby. Georgetown but was a successful business man who had helped finance the bank. This was remarkable and because this was forty six years before the civil war and the end of slavery, it was very unusual. This man was called Yaro Mahmoud. And people said he was one hundred and forty years old. That part was fake. He was probably around eighty at the time but everything else was true. Peel had to make a special trip across the Potomac River to meet Yaro talk with him about his life and have him sit for a very unusual portrait. Painting portraits takes a lot of time as you might imagine, which means there's plenty of time to talk, and that's what Yaro did. The little that we know about him today is mostly because Peel wrote much of it down. It's a pretty amazing story and one that challenges our ideas of the people who were living and thriving in. America at the time. In the year. Seventeen. Fifteen euro was only fourteen when he was captured and taken from his home in West Africa he like millions of other men, women and children was victim of the slave trade. People were kidnapped from their lands, take into another and forced into Labor. Euros people were known as the Fulani and it is believed that his family were wealthy Muslim leaders in this community. Historians think this because Yaro knew how to read and write both in the Fulani language as well as Arabic. Later in his life he learned to read and write a bit of English as well. Making him literate in three languages. That's a feet for anyone at the time but especially unusual for someone who would live much of his life and slavery. Most. Enslaved people would be kept from learning to read and write at all. But for euro, it helped him stand out. After the terrible journey on a slave ship across the Atlantic Ocean Yaro landed in Maryland where a man named Bell bought him directly off the boat. Everything and everyone Yaro new was gone never to be seen again, the man who legally purchased him was a wealthy farmer who owned several properties that depended on the work of enslaved people, farms, watermills, things like that pretty quickly though bell figured out that Yaro was more well suited for work other than hard plantation labor luckily, for Yaro, his education lead to another old, he became what is known as a body servant. In this role young Yaro traveled with bell everywhere he went. When he met with other farmers, Yaro was there. He met the people he would sell his grain too Yarra was there. When he met with powerful politicians, Yaro was also there. And nearly every one of those people would remember meeting Euro. Mahmoud. How could you not? He was obviously incredibly talented and smart, but also by being in the room when business was happening. Yaro was able to learn how to make it happen himself.
"independence hall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"And for every generation to come. This is a very important day. Thank you all once again for being here now I will sign the Constitution Day Proclamation. God bless you and God bless America. Thank you for the president announced the formation of a 17 76 commission designed to make sure that our true history is taut across the nation. I hope he makes Dr Larry on President Hillsdale College. The lead of that commission, he said. This is the urgent need cut Number three. The urgent need is to cut through the lies and teach the truth about our magnificent country Customer three. We must clear away the twisted web of lies in our schools, classrooms and teach your Children the magnificent truth. About our country. We want our sons and daughters to know that they are citizens of the most exceptional nation in the history of the world to grow up in America is to live in a land where anything is possible. Where anyone can rise and where any dream can come true, all because of the immortal principles our nation's founders described nearly 2.5 centuries ago. That's why we've come to the National Archives, the sacred home of our national memory. In this great chamber. We preserve our glorious inheritance. The Declaration of Independence. The Constitution Bill of Rights on this very day and 17 87. Our founding fathers signed the Constitution at Independence Hall in Philadelphia. It was the fulfillment of 1000 years of Western civilization. Our constitution was the product of centuries of tradition, wisdom and experience. No political document has done more to advance the human condition or propelled the engine of progress yet as we gather this afternoon A radical movement is attempting to demolish this treasure. And precious inheres way can't let that happen. Then Donald Trump released an ad later in the day cut number 19 the president's new ad for the campaign. Are you sick and tired of your.
"independence hall" Discussed on WTVN
"You don't know who's listening. You don't know who's going to be inspired. So each and every day up to this election. Now we're talking about 50 days. Give or take. I mean, that's close. I told you about the President, United States at the National Archives today. Outstanding speech. It's a speech you will never hear from Joe Biden. And so we're not going to listen to the whole speech, but I thought you should listen to part of it. Each listening to Bob Woodward endlessly, who can barely speak. Let alone think. Let's go to cut three. Mr Bitters there go away the twisted web of lies in our schools, Classrooms. And teach your Children the magnificent truth. About our country. We want our sons and daughters to know that they are the citizens of the most exceptional nation in the history of the world to grow up in America is to live in a land where anything is possible. Where anyone can rise and where any dream can come true. All because of the immortal principles our nation's founders described nearly 2.5 centuries ago. That's why we've come to the National Archives, the sacred home of our national memory. In this great chamber. We preserve our glorious inheritance. The Declaration of Independence. The Constitution Bill of Rights on this very day and 17 87. Our founding fathers signed the Constitution at Independence Hall in Philadelphia. It was the fulfillment of 1000 years of Western civilization. The Constitution was the product of centuries of tradition, wisdom and experience. No political document has done more to advance the human condition or propel the engine of progress yet as we gather this afternoon A radical movement is attempting to demolish this treasure. And precious inheritance. We can't let that happen. Magnificent speech. It's gotta cut four plays Go left wing mobs.
"independence hall" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Twisted web of lies in our schools, Classrooms. And teach our Children the magnificent truth. About our country. We want our sons and daughters to know that they are the citizens of the most exceptional nation. In the history of the world. To grow up in America is to live in a land where anything is possible where anyone can rise and where any dream can come true. All because of the immortal principles our nation's founders described nearly 2.5 centuries ago. That's why we've come to The National Archives Sacred Home of our national memory. In this great chamber. We preserve our glorious inheritance. The Declaration of Independence. The Constitution Bill of Rights on this very day in 17 87. Our founding fathers signed the Constitution at Independence Hall in Philadelphia. It was the fulfillment of 1000 years of Western civilization. The Constitution was the product of centuries of tradition, wisdom and experience. No political document has done more to advance the human condition. Or propelled the engine of progress. But as we gather this afternoon, a radical movement is attempting to demolish this treasure and precious inherits. We can't let that happen. Magnificent.
"independence hall" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"And teach your Children the magnificent truth. About our country. We want our sons and daughters to know that they are the citizens of the most exceptional nation. In the history of the world to grow up in America is to live in a land where anything is possible. Where anyone can rise and where any dream can come true. All because of the immortal principles our nation's founders described nearly 2.5 centuries ago. That's why we've come to the National Archives, the sacred home of our national memory. In this great chamber. We preserve our glorious inheritance. The Declaration of Independence. The Constitution Bill of Rights. On this very day and 17 87. Our founding fathers signed the Constitution at Independence Hall in Philadelphia. It was the fulfillment of 1000 years of Western civilization. The Constitution was the product of centuries of tradition, wisdom and experience. No political document has done more to advance the human condition or propel the engine of progress. Yet as we gather this afternoon A radical movement is attempting to demolish this treasure. And precious inheritance. We can't let that happen. All right. Magnificent speech. It's gonna cut four plays Go left wing mobs have torn down statues of.
Isolation and Freudian Paranormal Slips
"When eastern state penitentiary or Cherry Hill as it was known at the time was erected in eighteen, twenty nine and Francis Ville it was the largest and most expensive public structure in the country which country. I've never heard of the eastern state penitentiary. It's Bainian okay was. nope Cherry Point. Just Kidding Cherry Point with Carolina's where my brother was born Cherry Hill. It's still the same country. Back to it. So about that map. Okay, starting off the strong today. Did you mean which state? Even when I, you align. Oh, happy. Belated birthday by the way tiffany was going to mention it but I didn't want us to be all of them. You let that slide since it's your birthday week. All right. So from eighteen, twenty and From eighteen twenty, nine to nineteen seventy-one, the eastern state penitentiary in Pennsylvania United States of America north. America. Earth Opera Milky Way Galaxy. Belief operated as one of the most famous and most expensive prisons in history at its completion. The building was the largest emo-. I can keep saying that the largest and most expensive public structure ever record in the United States and quickly became a model for more than three hundred prisons. Worldwide Eastern state emerged from concerns of prison reformers in Philadelphia in the late eighteenth century when prisons held accused criminals only until their trials if convicted prisoners face public in corporal punishment in seventeen, Eighty, seven, a group of well known and powerful Philadelphians known as the Philadelphia Society for alleviating the miseries of public prisons. Oh. What is the please? Give me a what's it called acronym Yup Thank you the Fist Sim. Map. The FISA Abba Papa they met in the home of Benjamin Franklin. The members expressed growing concern with the conditions in American European prisons conditions at the Walnut Street jail, which is located directly behind independence hall were appalling open in Seventeen, seventy, seven, the Walnut Street Jail House accused men, women, adults, children's thieves. Murderers were all jailed together disease ridden dirty pins were rape and robbery were common occurrences. Okay. I know that this is an other movies and TV shows and everything. 'cause you know this is something that was prevalent in history but this reminds me of outlander haven't seen IT A. Girl Uni Watch it but there's a scene where Jason are like a season where he's in prison in its continue. Okay I think lots lots of prisons are bad. The jailers made little effort to protect the prisoners from each other. Instead, they sold prisoners alcohol up to nearly twenty gallons a day Jeez. Food Heat including clothing came at a price and it wasn't unusual prisoners to die from the cold or starvation and keep in mind. They were only cap until their trials because if they are found innocent, they were like, Oh, if they were found guilty day, we're usually guilt Dr Benjamin rush spoke on the society's goal to see the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania set the international standard in prison design. He was convinced that crime was a quote moral disease and suggested a house of repentance were prisoners could meditate on their crimes experienced spiritual Ra- Morrison undergo rehabilitation good for him. What's his name again? Dr Benjamin Rush Okay you rush rush come down on the Cocoa Award Good Just hear me out for pages. The concept grew from enlightenment thinking but no government had successfully carried out such a program. It took the society more than thirty years to convince the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to build this kind of prison. But in eighteen twenty, one, Pennsylvania legislature appropriated two hundred and fifty thousand dollars for eastern state and thus began a revolutionary new building on the farmland outside of Philadelphia at twenty twenty, seven Fairmont Avenue all
"independence hall" Discussed on No Agenda
"Like PAT exactly. And Rene Vice Sexual. Is that what you're saying? Telling US I think ambiguous is the term. All of that is derived. You did. Doug proctor and Dunkin Oklahoma five hundred short comment for show. Colin nothing and I'm clicking is like. Is there something there? That was it I'm gonNA. Give the guy actually gives. Karma. Harm. Like I thought it was funny, it was intended that way. It's hilarious. Just Possible Shark Kevin May I'll look. Sure Kevin McLaughlin the Duke of Luna and Locust North Carolina three hundred sixty nine dollars and twelve cents Jane. K Jobs Karma. Health Goat Luge. Yeah I. got it I got number three multiplication table, my fellow Americans. This July fourth is our greatest nation of our great, initially to forty four years old. If we could take a moment to reflect back to July seventeen, seventy six at independence hall, there were fifty six men came forward and signed parchment noted at the time that they had. pledged their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor. This was more than just rhetoric. Each of these men's new the penalty for high treason against the crown. These men were brave, and they stayed right through the bloodshed of the coming years. Take a moment reflect on these words we hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal, and that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights that among those are life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness, enclosing I asked. Each of you believe in yourself, believe in your family, your friends and your neighbors please take a moment to honor these great Americans who have gone on before us take a step forward to show the world that we are still confident and fun by celebrating this independence weekend, even as our country is struggling with the current crisis. Great American nations, still the guiding light and inspiration for other nations Adam. John, Requests Jobs Karma and General Health Karma for the entire, no agenda tribe, the huge Lose Jingle, Aka goat cream general, please. Lead.
"independence hall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Public because of the pandemic the center sits just across the mall from independence hall and just down the street from scenes of protest and violence that racked the city of brotherly love like so many others seeing the life out of George Floyd by officer Derek children's needs on his neck for eight minutes and forty six seconds has brought to the floor again reality of racial injustice in America why was this incident such a spark I've been doing this work for a very long time and I've seen a lot of terrible videos and this one actually struck me differently also what was different about it was a long it was a long and to see someone's life being taken from them with that kind of excruciating deliberation the officer looking out at us like that looks at the camera now knows he's being recorded and doesn't seem to care that's important because it was believed in said by many that now that we had the videos things would be different and so I think one of the reasons why the George Floyd video set us off so much was the realization that it's not different we've we've seen the videos and the videos seem not to make a difference and that's why that officer could look like that he wasn't afraid of being videotaped she wasn't trying to hide what he was doing what about the other officers what is their complicity the officer who killed George Floyd most directly Derek shot man who had eighteen misconduct complaints against him already nothing can be done with the officer but when I look at the offices around him they seem to me like more of the people who probably are police officers who who stand and watch were bystanders and that's why the other officers are so important because we will hear once again that this is about a bad apple a bad apple and it's not about a bad apple it's about a system a system of actors and those who are complicit with those actors there are moments in this country when their photographs that are snapshots of the soul of this country it may almost hold up a mirror to this country and when we see this picture of the nonchalance with which America will put it in the on the neck of black people and make itself deaf to our suffering deaf to our cries deaf to our desperation that's the snapshot that's America that's America that can can see African Americans suffering from disproportionately from covert infection and covert death can see us subject to housing discrimination can see us as the lowest wage workers can see us being victims of voter suppression can see our desperation and still won't change still won't let the knee up one bit George Floyd's killing reveals in America we haven't seen in general armed soldiers guard the Lincoln Memorial looting across the country Dale drive in Beverly hills on Kensington Avenue in Philadelphia and like the storming of the Bastille some precinct police station kid quarters for the officers who arrested George Floyd was set ablaze as the smoke cleared the images that emerged.
The Bankruptcy Question
"Jennifer. Hensel is a tour guide in Philadelphia. She gives private tours to students. Corporate groups families. She's been in business for nine years. She's forty-one she is passionate about history and she really loves her job not tour the historic area. Philadelphia is complete without including independence hall behind me. This process she makes about fifty thousand dollars year as a tour guide. But it's a funny business. She says it's very seasonal. The winners pretty dead and the spring. That's when we're starting to get our tour. That's when we're starting to pick up but right win things. Were starting to pick up about a month ago. Jennifer got a call. It was a tour group cancelling and then she got another call and another call and another call like even just talking about it. Like my heart. 'cause I remember there was literally one day where I just had. Maybe three to four months worth of work. Just cancel on me like in one afternoon. I remember standing the the street corner at fourth and market waiting for the bus and try not to cry like I've not a crier but it was just like I it was just I couldn't this business. Jennifer built up over nine. Years was just gone. Decimated is maybe the word that comes to mind and Jennifer's head started spinning going. How do I pay my rent? How to pay my bills rent? I was like okay my landlord. He's actually a pretty cool guy. I could probably talk to him and work something out food. Pb and J. Rahman I probably could manage but Jennifer also had this other debt. I have medical that I had surgery last year because I had a cancer scare. I credit card debt like most Americans and it seems to grow faster than you pay down that credit card debt and those medical bills totaled twenty five thousand dollars and with no income on the horizon and the tour industry just looking like it might be very slow to come back that debt just starting to seem overwhelming as she was riding on the bus and more and more people were calling her and e mailing her to cancel their tours. This word started coming into Jennifer's head. This word that seemed simultaneously like a huge relief in escape hatch and also terrifying and unthinkable a word that now hundreds of thousands of people and businesses across the. Us are thinking of right now bankruptcy. This is the indicator from planet money. I'm Stacey Manic Smith at Cardiff Garcia. Today on the show bankruptcy the bankruptcy process can be confusing an emotional expensive but is unemployment in the. Us moves towards twenty percent credit card delinquencies rise into the millions. Many businesses and individuals are seeing bankruptcy as
Revisiting the Archive: Frank Kameny
"Mattachine Society of Washington was formed around my personality. We characterized ourselve- within ourselves within the movement as an activist militant organization. Well those were very dirty. Words in those days was sixty one in sixty two. No one else was except for the civil rights movement was just beginning. But I mean even within the game movement even more so you weren't supposed to be overall goal plan that you stated what you're going to do as an organization that was sort of set up an statement of purposes which I could dig out generally. What was it generally to work for? Gay Rights Solo. Gay Rights has such wasn't necessarily the phrase of choice of those days but to to achieve equality for homosexuals and homosexuality against heterosexuals and heterosexuality that was equality. I guess primarily wasn't born in sixty nine or those I certainly Nhar. The sixty nine have happened if we hadn't come along for years you well. No that's not how it wrong. They would not. We started to digress before I get back We started picketing in here in sixty five which I created the mindset which allowed for gays doing openly public things by way of demonstration ask gays there would not have been stonewall if they hadn't already gotten the mindset had already been established for that by us in sixty five with subsequent demonstrations year by year. Widely publicized in New York at Independence Hall every Fourth of July. Each year after sixty five. And which was being publicized in sixty nine and prepared preparation for that one when Walker and it would have never have a card. Gay People do anything publicly if we had already started it. What happened to your case. My case was dead with the Supreme Court that ended that permanent. The commission changed. Its rule is seventy five Yash. You must recall what I hearing about that. They they called me up. They knew by that time I was on. I speak with obvious. Hyperbole and figuratively on virtually daily communication. With general counsel. This Service Commission cases. You knew other things that come along. He people were coming. Oh yes. He had informed the eighteen months before and seventy-three that they will beginning the process of changing their policy but there were a lot of minds that had to be changed inside the commission and he informed me that it was going to come out on July fourth except for the July Fourth Holiday. So we're going to have to be July third very appropriately. And that's when they issued a news release and the former change in policy seventy five. Yes of course in seventy eight under Carter Administration. The Civil Service Reform Act went through Congress and that abolished the Civil Service Commissioner under that name. It's the office of Personnel Management. The Oh pm chains all the laws. So that's one battle one book that has nicely been closed and put on the shelf as a complete success at this point. I'm sort of I don't know people call me a living ledger. And you're like being called a living legend. It doesn't bother me No excuse complementary or the humorous. The world's oldest living homosexual or the grandfather or the great grandfather of the game which was not which is not technically as you well know live takes turnings and you don't foresee them but ultimately I think. In retrospect life has been more exciting and stimulating and interesting and satisfying and rewarding and fulfilling the night possibly have dreamed it would have been.
Derby Hopeful Independence Hall Among The Horses 'Testing The Waters' Saturday At Tampa Bay
"Ocean night for Trainer Care McLaughlin stacking stamping himself as one of the top OP. Three roads in the country at that point is we know he would come back in the Tampa Bay. Derby things didn't go. According to plan that day he would be given a break and then continue on throughout the rest of his career but ocean night. Very very talented and Kieran back in the SAM. F Davis later this afternoon with Alisa. We'd who is another horse. That has a lot oughta talent and Karen with me now on the horse racing radio network here in good morning. Good Morning Mike how are you. I'm well my friend. How about yourself? Great Oshawa lead. This is a horse that you know has ability has shown it throughout his entire brief career. Last time out runner up behind shot ski in New York. Tell me a little bit about Asia. We where is he right now. He's on the van had into Tampa is A really nice big curling colts with Great Mind does everything right and he wants to distance of you know as far as they write the races because we feel like so. That's a good sign for going forward but Unlucky to lose Robson last time it came from well back doc just just missed came out of the race in good shape. I'm talking to Rick Nicholls. We weren't sure what we're going to run. But we're happy to get him back in the talk to that top. Yes it's interesting. You talk about the distance factor in hill as long as they can write the races he debuted at Saratoga. Last August. I at six furlongs. He was fifth that day kind of had an inside trip and then came back at a mile. You stretch them out and boy did he show his true colors that day. He drew rafter win by more than four lancs. Yeah that was a big effort. We knew wanted to go further. Most of the time horses improved. Second can start third start to. Hopefully he'll keep improving. We have to prove today to to beat this independence hall. He's very talented. So we'll see how it goes but we're ready to go. Have you gotten a chance to see independence hall in person. I did see Him I saw his hind feet kicking up The rams no that's wrong. Yeah so tough to the side of my cat is handful Craig job with the horse and these very talented very fast horse today. There's some speed hopefully entertained entertained similarly cross because we'll be well back making along that race track Kieran is different than a lot of surfaces. At least I've been told that Ah from your perspective is a guy who won more than fifteen hundred races in his career that that track at Tampa. Hi How would you describe it vary Sandy. Hi flays Nice job. Sometimes it can get a little bit speedy but today there's there's a lot of patient or raise so a horse going to get an uncontested lead is pretty fair track and the main thing is for us with his source. At this time it was either. Go Up for the withers servers. And you didn't want to go to Al Queda in on a deep hiring tracking them on eight. I start back this year. And and Holy Bull is Speed favoring short run into the stretch at Gulfstream so we didn't really want to that so so we we had to think about it but we side to go here to get started them. We'll we'll make plans after to go next but just this. Hopefully it works out for us. Yeah I was going to ask you. That question is is. You were mapping out his early season course here have you. Have you thought that far ahead is to if if things go well today. Do we stay there for the Tampa Bay. Derby do we go to New York if you really given it that much thought yet or you just get past today not too much but York we will well not do next one. Is the Gotham one mile so We could end up for the wooden Morio there but we have a lot of obsolete in Florida and Tampa so a lot of different options though this take it one day at a time so literally one one day at a time. We'll figure it out. How about the inside post position? Going a mile and a sixteenth at Tampa. Well it's okay It's fine because oncoming from off the pace yep in that one we'll say ground down inside and like I said there's a couple of really fast horses and we might find ourselves even last talks to last but Joel Ario the faster. They go further when I get back. But he's a great rider and times. He's moved well. This hopefully take time at a fast last talking trainer Care McLaughlin here on the horse racing radio network. Karen how do you. How do you approach approach in view these early season prep races? Well like I said we're just happy to get back to the racist. Get Him in a starting gate. Agai- you get a race under his belt and then we take it from there and just see where to go next but you just want to get back to the races and have a good performance. We don't I'll have to win today to still feel like we have a derby horse or of course point that way. It's three zero Tom. Years Great to have a nice. Oh so he'll tell us Where we go and how it goes you know we won't force the Derby on but hopefully takes US A? It's a great eight point and you and I talk well. It seems like every year. Now you and I have a chance to catch up in the spring a couple of times making your way down the road to the Kentucky Derby and that's a great position for you to be in because it means that you're getting live three year olds that are making their way toward the first Saturday in May Have you. Have you changed your approach or tweaked anything over the years in terms of trying to get a horse to peak on the first Saturday in May when you get there. I know how much you want to win it not not really no we We try putting much do the same thing we try to get there. It's a lot about the horse and And you you just hope that you do get there with a nice sound hoarse. And even the best shot to to get their win but We've run fourth three. He Times second once. It's a tough race to win but the price there a quarter of these days also I tell everybody that just to get a horse in the starting gate in our sport is a major accomplishment. And then if you're lucky enough to win a race any race. That's a huge accomplishment to get to the Kentucky Derby current put that in perspective for me. Yes it's very hard to get their twenty horses there and The prep race. It now become come very important because of the money behind them. Two million dollar racing to buy one billion dollars craps everywhere. It seems like so they're important to for a horse down. Nice China when some of these races and the Kentucky Derby the Kentucky Derby everybody everybody dreams about time to win it and It's great to have a horse to that. We think has a chance to get so often when we watch golfers was on the PGA tour. They'll talk about not looking at the leaderboard throughout the round the Kentucky Derby earning spot in the starting gate is based on points as it has been the past ask several years. Do you even pay attention to the points. As you're going down the road or use figure okay. If I got a good enough horse the points will take care of themselves. Yeah that's that's the way you have to look at is. The last crap is so important. And you don't want to run if you're not running well by that but I you know in April roller to you. You made all the points of those races so If the horses takes us there the points of will be earned and you know. We won't not door obviously. We're talking about obsolete because he's in the spotlight this afternoon in the grade. Three Sam f Davis but are there any other cure McLaughlin. Three year olds olds. We should be keeping an eye on. Well we only nominate one other one in that SPA city and he actually runs today and I made some a at Gulfstream and he was second last time and still Green Bay Colt by street cents out of Sarah Louisa. He's that we think he has a chance to to get there. Get his maiden broke today. We could possibly have a horse for the Derby. But it's you know he has to break his bait and that's take us there or the preakness or something or the Belmont. So he's He's a talented code. The only other coat with how he is as good as it gets he is trainer. Care McLaughlin here on the horse racing radio network here and always so generous with your time. I really appreciate it all the best with Odua this afternoon and go get it done. Thank you very much perhaps.
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"I'm guessing you've heard of the Kentucky Derby Abi to this race that's run usually early in May we haven't yet talked about the Kentucky Derby this year but that's about to change as we're finally starting to get into rounds of prep races that will winnow the field down to twenty for the run for the roses on May the second so to help us do that. We bring in voice. We haven't heard on this show for too long and and that's Jonathan Listener who writes for horse racing nation. Welcome back Jonathan. So before we get into a few specific horses. WHO's impressed you the most so far on the triple triple crown trail? I think Dennis moment to start the list. Dentists moment strikes to lead right at the top of the stretch at Delta. Two lanes lead our three lately for the final final furlong. Dennis this moment with five length lead scabbard with clear sailing up the second but Dennis moment kicks off the road at the Kentucky Derby in a big way. He barely moved a muscle. That we we have it. RESTRAINING NATION DOT COM user generated Kentucky Derby contender rankings and despite his trouble that experience career dentist moment has not left that number. One spot. You talking about a grade three winner. Who was going to be the favourite the Breeders Cup Juvenile L. Stumbles out of the gate? You know he could be undefeated if you look back at his debut he lost his jockey was really no fault zone so he has the two losses and between between them. He's sandwich to really really nice. Looking victories including his debut at Ellis Park they won by like nineteen and a quarter lengths. I think it was so there's a lot of potential there and he's one that I feel like every once in a while you hear about a derby prospect before they make their debut and then we kind of latch onto them I wanna say it was probably roadster roadster last year because Baffert said he could be his next justify American Farrow and obviously it didn't work out there but they'll Romans has talked up Dennis's moment since before he he ran a race. And so we're we're kind of going to the same thing here As far as a couple of other runners eight rings also out of the Breeder's cup juvenile. He's a really interesting. One didn't really run his race. You know the last time we saw him but I think the way he's going to be handled this season. You have to keep paying attention trained by Bob Baffert. He's he's GonNa run him in the rebel at Oaklawn. And then the Arkansas Derby potentially there as well and then another one that you know kind of on the fence about that you know. He's got a lot of towns. Is Max `field scratched from the Breeders Cup Juvenile. He had a little bit of an issue. There it turns out we found out a couple of weeks after that that he had had a minor surgery for a bone chip. But he's not even in serious training now. Well he's he's he's apparently galloping No works yet and so I think they'll have to do the to A. Ah kind of schedule where you hope to get race out of them and then you have a more serious race which I would expect to be something like the blue grass stakes if everything works out well and he's undeniable town. I'm and I think he's GonNa win a major race somewhere down the road. I don't know if it's going to be the Kentucky Derby and then the other one I feel like it's gotten all the conversation is independence hall at at Independence Hall now makes his move. Independence Hall is the leader getting away to lead by two prints of Pharaohs has moved up on the outside. It's Bourbon Bay Independence All L. linked and a half as they come for the quarto prints of Pharaohs on the outside Bourbon Bay. It is independence hall with the lead and now a furlong to the finish Jose Ortiz showing them the whip now goes to work on independence hall. WHO has a three likely? Just a sixteen to the finish at. It's the constitution called Independence Hall. Tailwind Jerome by four Knights won the national stakes by open links came back and won the jerome. It was a little more workmanlike. But he's going to go. Oh into the new year here as another one of the favorites and if I could talk about one more that has sort of attracted my attention a little bit. It's this ancient warrior horse. I don't know what his path is going to look like. He's Jerry Hall android or for trainee. And if you follow racing at all the last year or so. You'll know that. He's SORTA become embattled. Dan from the strike. Group's tracks out in California But I of all these horses that have won maiden races and we'll be going to the stakes. I want to watch that one closely. He's moved him over to Oakland Park. We should see him in an allowance. Race coming up at the beginning of February and then from then on he should be on the Derby trail else. That's one that that I definitely want to see more of well. You mentioned Bob Baffert. And it's tough to talk about the Kentucky Derby Trail Without Bob Baffert and he has a lot more than the one you mentioned. There's thousand words who ran a big race in the low sal futurity. I'm a Roger Federer Fan but you have to give it up for an doll who is also ambassador trainee. Who looked really really good? So I mean you know Bob Baffert certainly knows how to get horses to the Derby mean how many of these prospects aspects of pan out. I see a path for all of them. To be honest. You know and we also have mentioned authentic. It's still authentic coming to the three the eight ball. He's been in control throughout leads by a length and a half to uncaptured hero. It's all authentic as they pass the quarter pole and turned for home authentic and complete Khaliq Command turning it on. He's in front by sex with a furlong left to go. Zimba Warrior and Assault Coast as authentic is putting on a show. Here is a little green gene shifting about but long gone authentic strolls home in the sham. He'll win by about eight lakes green. It's Grafton stretch and just kept going there and another extremely impressive Horse Nidal I. I wonder about him a little bit. You know we've only seen him one time on Sunday and that six and a half for a long race he he looks like Dortmund Ortmann if you go back to two thousand fifteen big horse. That wasn't extremely fast out of the gate but once he got into stride he went straight to the pace and never really let up there. Yeah it's not not really the kind of horse you want to win the Derby but I think you could get to the Derby and then thousand words certainly has every reason to move forward his last race. I think they had probably a little bit the too much blinker on him and he ended up going head to head with that no door that ran in the Breeders Cup juvenile second. I think it's SORTA legitimize both of those horses that they ran so closely in the future. But I think thousand words is probably at least a couple of lengths better then a no door. He just probably didn't see him in the stretch until Flavian Kinda guided him out and it's like Oh with the blinker. The horse realized he had something to run against a win on. So I guess when you talk about horses that I'm looking at in the new year. Thousand Words is definitely on that shortlist list to Jonathan Listener of racing. Nation is with us here on the gate. We've talked a little bit about the Breeders Cup juvenile which was a topsy turvy race. You had three big horses that we've mentioned into all had their problems that day. We haven't talked about the horse. Who Wanted Storm the court for trainer Peter Martin and that would be a very popular win in the racing business? As you know what chance do you give storm the court to back up what he did in the juvenile. Oh probably not much not a lot of black type in the family. I'm not sure if there's any black type from Stanley I'd agree wise. And then you know he was obviously the beneficiary of other horses stumbles in that race You Know He. He goes gate to wire was not really pressed a whole lot and at the same time. I think they took the blinker. They put their blinkers on. I'm sorry and I have not a fan of lemon. That put blinkers was on a horse at that point in their career. I feel like you should be taken them off so that they can relax. Prepare to go a little bit longer. I think that race and the circumstances just all all came together for storm the court and allowed him to upset that race. It's forty five to one. Whatever he ended up that day I'm sort of in agreement? I think with everybody else that the the the better Derby Derby prospect was no door and second in that race going forward. I want to mention because these races have just happened. Enforceable label for Mark Cassie. Who is not missed? A beat after a son norm went out on his own. He had been his father's chief assistant and enforceable. Really good winning the Lecomte. But we haven't seen too many Lecompte winners. Go on to run well in the Kentucky Derby. Where do you put me as a tap it colt out of a dixie union in marriage? The breeding is good. I put him a really high on my list. As far as forces will be in the Derby but I would not put him on my list of forces that I think can win the Derby and I say that because of his running style you know if we go back to almost every year that the point system has been effect and obviously gets rid of those pure your sprinters. It's the horses that can put themselves near the front at the beginning of the race and keep that pace up and never be caught by closers that tend to win the Derby enforceable enforceable is one of those closers. It's inevitable that he's GONNA run into traffic problem you know. I almost hope he sneaks into the Derby and everybody overlooks. Because I feel like he's the kind of horse could come into the super factor. That's probably going to be a really common line of thought. Though I mean I'm thinking a few months out but the soup perfect You know in the era of a favorites winning the Derby is as remain because it's pretty high minimum of really profitable wager for people nonetheless so yeah for me. He's a super effective player. I I I think he's GonNa be okay as the distance is longer obviously is a full brother Mohammed and a half years day. There's a lot there in the pedigree just really impressive on paper and it was good to see him run as well as he did you know He. He broke his maiden at nine furlongs last summer at Saratoga and it looks like okay. Here's a real two year old and I you know he ran into you. Go into a little bit shorter and the breeder security at keeneland and Max field because two things came together and got him beat but he's definitely better horse than he showed that day and it was good to see him back it up the trump
"independence hall" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"On independence mall right across from independence hall when the constitution was drafted fascinated with this building you're literally and symbolically surrounded by the constitution justice Kennedy is one of America's most passionate advocate specific education of all justice Kennedy is a master teacher he spent twenty three years as a professor of constitutional law and he's a burst of audiences young and old in the United States and around the world to educate themselves about the constitution the stakes as justice Kennedy says freedom and democracy are not in your DNA freedom is taught teaching is a conscious act the verdict on freedom is still out the world is the jury and they are out and they're looking to you to see if freedom works in this country owes a duty to the constitution to itself into the idea of freedom conducted decent rational respectful civic discourse as a representative of the court an emissary of the rule of law the justice made an indelible mark outside the court as well we saw his law clerks that whether he was speaking to groups of elementary school children visiting the court or when he headed to China as the first sitting justice to visit that country to speak about the importance of an independent judiciary and civil liberties justice was committed to promoting respect for the rule of law through education is a living example of engaged citizenry and an inspiration to all of us as lawyers judges teachers community members and just as parents to carry that civic education forward and to ensure that the independence of our courts and the rights and responsibilities the trying to our constitution are understood honored and protected for and by the next generation George Washington urged Congress to create a National University it will instruct students in the science of government so that they can learn the foundations of their liberties and creating the national constitution center during the bicentennial.
"independence hall" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Our national security and our intelligence and our projections of the whistle blowers for them both. Thursday the acting di and I will appear before the house intelligence committee at that time you must turn over the whistle blowers full complaint to the committee you will have to choose whether to break the law honor his responsibility to the constitution. the final day of the constitutional convention in seventeen eighty seven. constitution was adopted American together on the steps of independence hall can wait the news of the government our founders had crafted A. as Benjamin Franklin what do we have. or monarchy. the replies. if you can keep it our responsibility is to keep it. public indoors because of the wisdom of our constitution is trying to three co equal branches of government serving as checks and balances on each other the actions taken to date by the president as seriously violated the constitution especially when the president says article two says I can do whatever I want. the past several months we have been investigating committees and educating in the courts of the house can gather all the relevant facts and consider whether to exercise its full article one powers including a constitutional power of the utmost gravity approval of articles of impeachment. this week the president has admitted to asking the president to crane to take actions which would benefit him politically the action of the truck the actions of the trump presidency revealed far more fat of the president's betrayal of his oath of office I all of our national security and the cradle of the integrity of our elections here for today I'm announcing house of representatives moving forward with an official impeachment inquires under wrecking our six committees to proceed with their investigations under that umbrella of impeachment inquiry the president must be held accountable no one is above the law. getting back for offenders. in the darkest days of the American revolution Thomas Paine wrote. times have found us the time selling them to fight for establishing a democracy. found us today. cells in the same category criticism founders to places in the urgency of protecting and defending our constitution all enemies foreign and domestic. the worries of Ben Franklin. the public. thank god Kirman chairman chairman Nadler chairmanship from from another of judiciary chairman chief of intelligence chairman angle foreign affairs Sherman comings of of oversight and Sherman comings and get in touch with constantly he's a master of of.
"independence hall" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Five an, let's go to Paul. Hey, paul. How are you? I'm fine. And I'm really happy to be back on animal radio because I'm an animal. Sometimes my cat all his. Where are you? Where are you an animal where am I an animal? I guess if I see the Phillies winning the fourth game of the World Series, I become, you know, like they did in eighty and so they just don't do it often enough, Pennsylvania's where you are than I assume. Yep. Here, but that's young. So I have the whole team here. What's going on? Well, since there are women on the team. I'm sure they can multitask. And I would like to find out the answers to these questions. Do cats during my cat, by the way, is Tommy, the atomic attack cat while. Good cat. He really really is. But I don't know if you've ever known that Catholic as independent, but mine Independence Hall, where he ruled. So anyway, do caps dream do cats show a language with their tail. In other words, Tommy will have it straight up and then curled over at the top, or side to side and do cat, c- caller. So those are three I hope pretty simple questions to answer. I knew that the good doctor could handle that with. Well, sure. So I can be really brief and say, yes. Yes and not really, but I'm going to explain. Yes. Male, I need help. I do not accept that explanation. But I I love to talk about cats. So I will be happy to elaborate, so, yes. Katie's do dream. So we know that, you know, animals do dream. We see that they do have motions of bodily movements when they're sleeping. So it's only realistic granted, I know most of the dream studies have been done with dogs where they actually hook them up to EEG's. But I'm sure cats have a similar process there as well, so. Yeah. And then the second question, does the tail convey their sense of mood or their feelings is kind of what you're asking, and absolutely. We know that animals, their whole body is a form of non verbal communication. But the tail particularly can be very useful on for indicating if it's, you know, helped straight vertical, they might be playful an arch tale that curved underneath the animal would be fearful posture. So yeah, there's a lot we can get out of the. The tale. But there, there's also kind of confusing signals that you can misread like dogs with a wagging tail can actually be, you know, in an aggressive or an alert state, so it doesn't always mean they're happy and cast the same thing. So they're swishing their Taylor around. It can mean pain that they're uncomfortable or they're actually going to kind of have a aggressive kind of offensive approach to something. Nine fingers. Okay. That's good. Absolutely. And then the third one was regarding do they see you can't see in color? So both dogs and cats. They're not truly colorblind, but they do have what we kinda classify as like a, the red green color, blindness. So they just have different kind of cells, in their retinas that are more adapted to detecting motion detecting, or for vision, and low life so they don't have the best color perception, but it's really not to their disadvantage. They just don't need it doesn't kinda see kind of dog, she kind of like a blue purple yellow and cats kind of see those seen colors. But if thought to be kind of adulterer more muted, color palettes, so they don't they see a lot more gray. I guess we can squeeze one more in. How do you get Tommy attack cadet cat that take a bath to take? Not doesn't I flick water on him. When he's up on the table. He's not allowed on and he gets real scared. So I don't dare give him a bath. I don't know how, how I would get scratched or bitten or whatever. The trick with kitties and bass are to teach them when they're really young and to do it in a non scary way. So, you know that you can't do it, but it really you'd have to take a step back and go to the basic. So the basics VN just getting him used to standing in just like, you know, quarter inch of water or to have a dripping faucet, while he's standing in there. But cats is just we have to pair something that's really very appealing to them. So usually it's either food grooming of some Catholic to be brushed. So those kind of things you can do while you're introducing them to something that they're not familiar with. I actually trained my, my mother's kitten. When I had her with me, guys, remember, the moxie, you've heard me talk about Maxine on the show, and she is the world's best cat bath purchasing, because when she was little, she saw me bathing the dogs, and she wanted thinking retreats and she's so good with that. But it is really a matter of just starting when they're young and fun. Dr there's one problem with you. You just don't treat enough humans. Although you treat us very nice. Skill. The animals or whatever. Thank you. Thank you. Paul listening on W in reading, Pennsylvania. Thank you so much. Take care of yourself, Paul one eight six six four zero five, eight four zero five. I was unaware that cats need baths. This is new to me. Did they really need Beth's? It will that might be an area of contention because some people feel that they don't need it because they self groom. But in certain areas of the country, like where I live in the desert southwest. We have a lot of dust and that kind of dusty dirtiness is hard to get out without doing some intermittent bathing. So I think it's a good thing just to kind of help loosen that underlying hair and to sometimes there's medicinal purposes, we can use soothing ally, colloidal opium, or things have serum is to help the skin. I think it's a good thing, and I would encourage any new Keady owner to teach your kitty to accept it. And to find it to be a okay. You know they may not love it. But make okay okay. One eight six six four zero five, eight four zero five. Don't forget, you can also ask questions from the free animal radio. App for iphone, Android, and blackberry..
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"On the. Liberation of Europe all this on shortwave radio from London being picked up by the networks in New York and relate across the country. English. I watched from the sneaky. Seventeen. Occupied. David Addison from London. There's no doubt in my mind that Hitler was literally down by the allied landing on the north coast of France. The national broadcasting invited to help listeners and concentrating thoughts on prayer men and women in the armed forces begin divine protection, taking, Dr Norman Vincent view. Marble collegiate church in New York. God bless the forces of freedom in the mighty assault March with them. Oh, god. Robert Saint John. Another bulletin says, big guns on the French coast opened fire across the strait of Dover. Shortly after midday today NBC, as been giving you without interruption, every conceivable kind of coverage of this as we newsmen believe it to be the greatest news story in the history of warfare. We're going to continue to give you that coverage without any interruption without any commercial announcements without anything, but perhaps a little music later in the day occasionally, but nothing but news, because your neighbor's boy, maybe your own boy, your husband is over there. We take you to Independence Hall in Philadelphia. The liberty bell will be rung by mayor Bernard Samuel out now radio..
"independence hall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Of his right by you in every way. Everywhere. What else? What else we got about eight twenty four and yeah, it was in Philadelphia to the weekend. Visiting family went down to see wanted to see this for about two years ago. The museum of the American revolution opened, and it's kind of amazing that we went till whatever it was twenty seventeen without one probably the most monumental event in the history of this country. And there was no museum to it. Until two years ago. But it's really well done, and it's in the historical area. It's downright by Independence Hall and all that stuff and interactive. And you learn a lot about your own history and the history of the country that you didn't learn in schools, just so much more to it. A couple of things that stood out to me was how often the word liberty was used by prior to the revolution. And the people who lived in these colonies, I mean, we're liberty came up time and time and time again, it's not something that, you know, folk patriots used today to toss around they when it came time to fight the British. Colonies are very much against any standing army. They saw as a threat to liberty. There should be no standing army up to that point in time. If you were in Britain when you when you joined the army you signed on for life. You were a lifer. They didn't want an army like that at all. So the way that was struck. If you follow the revolution. And the those were some pretty miserable times so miserable winters. They went through you signed up for a year and every year the entire army had to reopen again. And the that went on for seven years. I mean, if you stuck it out you actually chose to sign up to fight in that war seven times over seven years and ran out at the end of the year. It's not like it was staggered like you signed on June fourth the next June four now it was year to year and a pointed out, that's one reason Washington wanted to cross the Delaware Christmas because of week before these guys could acquit. I mean, the crunch time was at the end of the year. Have you had some major battles? You had to win. You had to get it done before some of your guys quit on this side. I mean, again, the Brits were lifers. They brought in there. Heston's another mercenary fighters, but it was a challenge. I mean, not only that. But the people back back then had very little in common state to state when you're bringing people in from Virginia, the Carolinas to be with people from Maine who didn't have a lot in common an inherently weren't that crazy about each other. You had to get them into a unit and get them to fight. And it's just amazing. How many battles? The rebel the revolutionaries lost. It's amazing. When you look a couple of key battles allowed them to win that war, but in skirmishes, large and small they lost a lot. That was interesting. Also, the whole idea of taxation without representation, which is what we got the ball rolling toward wanting the people who wanted to stick with Britain made the point I guess validly at the time that if you're going to be a colony that was the best country to be a colony of they treated you much better than the Spanish they treated their columnists much better than the French. If you're going to be a colony that was you wanted to be under Britain. So you could see where the people who were not real big on the whole idea of leaving where some of their mindset came from and the British actually had a point. When those here said taxation without representation was the issue. There point was well ninety percent of the people over here can't vote either get over it ninety percent of the people in England could not vote and to them. It was no big deal. The colonists couldn't vote either. Because they didn't because you had a land. If you weren't a landowner. That's why that whole system came into being here because it was British. If you're a landowner, you could vote because only landowners were taxed for the most. Paid the most taxes you had money in the game. Just as if you don't have any stock and Ford you can't vote for the board or whatever at Ford because you're you didn't buy in. So that was the whole theory back in the day. But. Well, they they had the seven years war against the Spanish and the French for control, basically, the eastern seaboard. Quick rundown. Basically the line of the colonies was along the Appalachians. All right. That's as far west as it went the deal was everything was so that was for the Indians at the time of the revolution. Indians got everything else. So they position British troops all along that border enforce to keep the settlers away from the Indians. And that's what the taxation came in. They decided in London or why are we paying for that? They're the ones being secured against the Indians. Let them pay for it. The problem was they imposed a tax without asking anybody. They just sit here you're going to pay this because you're going to pay for these guys stationed on this board. And basically the settlers that we don't want that. If you look at it, you can actually. Yeah. We think of the king as a tyrant who was a jerk, and therefore we left, but you can see the arguments on both sides of the how the whole thing develop, and it was pretty cool. So if you find yourself in that neck of the woods, it's it's worth checking out what you can learn a lot in the history class, of course. But the hands on. And a lot of the effects that were there were you know, beyond interesting. It was pretty cool including George Washington's tent. They still had his tent. Coming up on eight thirty yet to get to. What do we have your Steve Roberts? We have actually a democratic primary coming up in a month. You have more than twenty people running for president as Democrats somebody has to round up twenty two podiums just to begin to put this together. And just how that's going to be gin to weed itself out. We'll talk to him in the course of the next half hour. Also what Scott Sloan has coming up here at nine o'clock. I had that a second ago where the go go leave with Alex feel oh who was our local head Republican. Elizabeth Warren was in over the weekend. She appeared to Bogart's about that redistricting deep redistricting as the word and more to start the show at nine zero six this morning with Sloan she'll be around for that. All right news into the picture. It is eight thirty. You've got News Radio seven hundred w l w..
"independence hall" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Think he should extend the offer. That's all I think we gotta steamroll them. Stop playing tiddlywinks. I'm not interested in inviting them to the border. I think the president United States should give his speech in the Senate not surrender the capitol building to Pelosi and her thugs, but if that's the mindset that he needs to go to Texas or Utah. He should not go to Texas or Utah. He should go to Independence Hall, and even though it won't fit, many senators and congressmen and members of the supreme court. So be it. They can have representatives in their Pelosi will not be invited. This is a speech to the American people. He should stand or sit where washing. Did not because he's Washington, but because that's front and center, the old Pennsylvania assembly room, and he could talk about that room. And he can talk about the men who stood in that room, and he can educate the American people about the grand history of our founding, and how the democrat party and Pelosi and all the rest are not in sync with the grand history of our finding founding beyond that that's what I would do. I think some large forum in Texas in Utah. No, there's a lot of talk radio jockeys who think that's cool. And so I'm not one of them. I'm not one of them. This is a learning opportunity. Eight teaching opportunity for millions and millions of Americans and he can set a new tradition. If that's what he needs to do. I the Senate. But if he feels he needs to get out of Washington, I think he should not surrender the capitol building to the radical left, then go to Independence Hall, and I know that you can't fit a lot of people in that room, but you can fit the whole damn country in that room with a television camera, and that's who the president of the United States is speaking to and he can even say, and that chair over there if he's talking about the declaration because Jefferson wasn't not the constitution sat Thomas Jefferson, and that chair over there and understand the optics are great and the messages, even better. I'll be right back..
"independence hall" Discussed on 600 WREC
"There where our constitution was drafted and adopted right there. Right where George Washington sat. That's where the president of the United States should give a speech friends tummy talk, Texas, the mid west, then a stadium rally. It's not a football game. Shot a soccer game. It's not a baseball game. We have follow citizens who are dumbest doorknobs. On the left. They need to be educated. They never hear about are true history. They never hear about are true. Greatness. We ought to use. These opportunities to teach them. Teach them. I could write the speech at the president United States sitting or standing in Independence Hall, and the Pennsylvania's Sembler room the old one. Where he talks about the state of the union address where he talks about separation of powers where he talks about national sovereignty, wait talks about securing a border. Where he talks about being an American. Could you imagine they'd be rand Paul will pick up on this one too? I dunno or the talk show host the backbenchers. An advocate idea you'd never have a good idea ever. You know, twenty eighteen is in the books. Twenty eighteen is in the books. We know that. Which means that Turkey, neck and double chin or not getting better by just ignoring them. Unfortunately, beginning worse. So if you missed out on Genucel outrageous Christmas sale today is your lucky day..
"independence hall" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"There's no humor in it whatsoever. I originally suggested that he ought to give the speech in the United States Senate. I know it's tough for people to come up with an original idea. Whether they're senators from Kentucky radio hosts, or whatever, I know. But I have another idea. If he's to give a speech outside of Washington DC, then you ought to give the speech at Independence Hall right there in the Pennsylvania assembly room, and there's only enough room for some senators and not all of them. And so be it. Right there at Independence Hall. We're our declaration of independence was signed right there where our constitution was drafted and adopted right there. Right where George Washington sat. That's where the president of the United States should give a speech friends tummy talk, Texas, the mid west, then a stadium rally. It's not a football game. It's not a soccer game. It's not a baseball game. We have fellow citizens who are dumbest doorknobs. On the left. They need to be educated. They never hear about are true history. They never hear about are true. Greatness. We ought to use. These opportunities to teach them. Teach them. I could write the speech at the president United States sitting or standing and Independence Hall on the Pennsylvania assembly room, the old one. Where he talks about the state of the union address where he talks about separation of powers where he talks about national sovereignty where he talks about securing a border. Where he talks about being an American. Can you imagine maybe rand Paul will pick up on this one too? I don't know or the talk show host the backbenchers. A good idea you'd never have a good idea ever. Twenty eighteen is in the books. Twenty eighteen is in the books. We know that. Which means that Turkey, neck and double chin or not getting better by just ignoring them. Unfortunately, the beginning worse..
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