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"jackson administration" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

04:45 min | 4 months ago

"jackson administration" Discussed on KPCC

"Z right there for us all to say, you know, you write in your essay that because this angry white mob was not punished in 18 74. Another mob did the same thing, like, two years later, And these mobs did things like this for a while and the reconstruction era south. It created a sense of impunity You wrote by them not being stopped, Um You right now in your essay that if Congress does not respond to Trump's actions to that mob actions, you write that if they take no action at all, it will only create a sense of impunity. In 2021. What would that impunity look like to you? Mean to me, it would look like continuing actions that kind of stoke up, you know, from a rhetoric from the president from his allies, the stoke the sentiments that created them off that actively stoke mob. I think you would lead to attempt to do this again. I think it would mean attempt to do this at state capitals, which we kind of already saw kind of groups similar to the one that gathered The U. S Capital F b. I think If this isn't Out with you'll have a repeat of kind of the exact scenario. But also you will be sending a signal to would be mob leaders right whether they are private citizens of politicians. You'll be saying essentially that this is a political strategy, but you can use And once you know one rule of just politics. You may have the capital P sense, you know, regardless of the political system is that once something is possible Unfeasible. It's gonna It's gonna happen again. What about those who say while Trump's leaving? You know, the election was certified for Joe Biden. He's out of here and those others who might say how was punishing trump gonna make the angry mob that supports him any less mad? You've seen this. Lot over the past few days that no, you shouldn't impeach Trump. You shouldn't prosecute Trump because you'll just make his supporter and I think it's just the wrong way to look at the situation that you have to separate this question of How do we close off this option? As like a viable political path for a politician to those would be politicians. And how do you deal with the fallout from that? How do you deal with the The supporters of the president. I think the former there is To me, no argument that allowing this to kind of just slide by Is going to result in some sort of, you know, stable equilibrium going forward, but unity But unity. Here's the thing s O first two things. Use another 19th century example, during the entry Jackson administration, There's a nullification crisis, but just a little arcane. Basically, what happens is that South Carolina Wants to nullify federal tariff under the argument that it's our constitutional thank legislators have flown is determine that unconstitutional mission have to follow the law. And Jackson, who is no. A Conservative kind of a reactionary figure in a lot of ways, nonetheless is a staunch unionist and rejects this argument in basically the writings to hang South Carolina leaders who continue on this path. He wants to shut down this way of thinking and the The rationale for Jackson and his allies who kind of ran began it in nation. Was that If you if you allow one state to do it, others will follow and so They shut it down, and you don't have another similar crisis right for 40 years, and I think in the same way I don't think there's any way to preserve the peaceful transfer power if you allow One side to storm the capital and threaten elected leaders of the violence. Once you've gotten to that point, I mean, This gets to the unity thing. We're already in a situation where there is profound division and crisis like that. Yes, that is Kuo is Constitutional and political crisis. And so the question isn't how do we avoid a crisis? How we deal with the crisis? We're in right now. And I would say that the way to deal with the crisis we're in right now is to understand. That the only way To unity.

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"jackson administration" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

10:28 min | 1 year ago

"jackson administration" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"It's December twenty third eighteen. Twenty eight on a drizzly and devilishly Cold Day in Nashville Tennessee Army captain in full full uniform hurriedly exits the house of Nashville in struggles rebutting the brass buttons of his coat a piece of paper in his hand Mr Edmonson insult Mr Edmonson Misr Edmonson the innkeeper tends to the fire. Mr Edmonson. Did you hear how could I not barging in here like the devils after. You've you've as edmonson stack logs. The captain holds out his soggy note. Message came from me today. What does it say it's Mrs Jackson? She passed in tonight. What Mr Edmonson knows? The Jackson's well they're the pride of Nashville his in a second home to old hickory and his wife whenever they leave the sanctuary sanctuary of their plantation the hermitage for trip to town. There must be some mistake. Mrs Jackson was here in just a few short days ago. She was looking for address for tonight's festivities. She's she looked perfectly well. Edmonson is part of National's Party Planning Committee for Jackson sendoff. The whole town will be there to wish Jackson farewell as he heads to Washington tend to assume the presidency. There's no mistake sir. The notice requests all officers come to the hermitage with badges of mourning. Her funeral is tomorrow. Edmonson Edmonson takes the damp handbill in his hands. Rene's the words in disbelief. This must be a trick from judge. McNary that old coot Adams man the other night at the illumination. His house was the only one in Nashville. He's just trying to sully the celebration. No Sir One Jackson Slaves delivered the note. He says his mistress died of a broken heart of broken heart. This Jackson got a hold of a pamphlet in town. A few days back Edmonson size. He knows exactly likely which pamphlets she saw. The man came about the in last week trying to deliver a stack of them called her adulterous. Who worse things? I care not to repeat. Repeat what did you do. I told him to leave. I told him libellous pages. Were not welcome in this house or anywhere in National Distraught Edmonson sinks into the chair by the fire. I should've worn the general about the pamphlets. Might have been able to shield her from it of. Don't blame yourself surf. The fault lies with its author. No doubt that snake Henry Clay. I hope General Jackson shoots him right. Between the eyes. EDMUNDS and Krummel's notice throws the fire. We'll think about that later right now. There's much work to be done edmonson quickly heads for the door. Where will you go sir to speak with the mayor? We're no longer throwing celebration. Captain Planning a memorial in the fall fall of eighteen. Twenty eight at the height of the election. Jackson did his best to shield his wife. Rachel from the assault on her character in the press supporters of John Quincy Adams hoping to smear Jackson had focused their attacks. On Rachel's previous marriage Jackson blamed the accusations of adultery and bigamy for weakening her heart and causing her death sendoff celebration in Nashville. On the evening of December twenty third eighteen twenty eight became a final farewell to Rachel Jackson. Her husband General. Andrew Jackson listen was devastated. It's rumored that on the night of the twenty third. He laid her body in his bed and slept by her side on Christmas Eve. Eighteen twenty eight. Ten thousand people gathered at the Hermitage to pay their respects. Mrs Jackson's body was dressed in the white satin dress. She had bought for the sendoff celebration in her eulogy. Jackson said I am now the president of the United States and in a short time must take my way to the metropolis. AWFULLEST my country. I would be grateful for the privilege of taking her to my post bonner seating her by my side but I go alone to the place of new and arduous. Louis duties. Rachel's tombstone would later. Read here lie. The remains of Mrs Rachel Jackson wife of President Jackson slander might wound but could not dishonor Jackson laughter. His inauguration a widower. Those close to him said that Rachel's Death Age Jackson Twenty years. Several weeks later Jackson arrived in Washington on February eleventh. Eighteen twenty nine. He broke with precedent and refused to greet outgoing president. John Quincy Adams the White House. He made his feelings about Adams quite clear saying any man who would permit public journal under his control to assault the reputation of a respectable female much less the wife of his rival and competitor for first office in the world was not entitled to the respect of any honorable man Adams in his own protest did not attend Jackson's inauguration. Curation March fourth eighteen twenty nine the day before the inauguration was a beautiful spring day to accommodate the throng of People Jackson move the inauguration automation to the Eastern Front of the Capitol making him the first president ever to take the oath of office there inauguration which traditionally remain on the eastern side all the way through Jimmy Carter's inauguration in nineteen seventy seven. The massive crowd gathered to welcome old hickory. The nickname Jackson had earned during the war of eighteen twelve. It was his victory in the famous battle of New Orleans that also earned him a status as an American hero. One I witnessed to the inauguration described the scene. It seemed as if half the nation had rushed at once into the capital. It was like the inundation of the northern barbarians into Rome the West and the south seem to have precipitated themselves upon the north and overwhelmed welded there every motion seemed to cry out. Victory strange faces filled every public place and every face seem to bear defiance on its Brown that night on the evening of March fourth after the inauguration was finished the crown pushed. It's way to the White House. What would have typically been a high society inaugural ball soon descended into a Raucous Party of Frontier Zeman? The throng of well-wishers flooded the White House. All hoping to get a glimpse of their champion President. The mass of people became became so aggressive with their adulation. The Jackson might have been crushed. Had he not escaped out the other side of the building. Meanwhile inside the White House the tables celebratory cakes ice cream orange punch were overturned. The mob of revellers utterly destroyed the interior of the mansion and Adam supporter who witnessed the event later underwrote. What a scene did we witness? The Majesty of the people had disappeared and ravel a mob of boys negroes women children's scrambling fighting romping. The whole house have been inundated by the ravel mob. It was perhaps a portend to things to come the reign of King mob a Supreme Court Justice Joseph story labeled it had begun before the dust settled on the inauguration. Celebrations Jackson and his cabinet went to work consolidating power. The election of eighteen twenty eight had birthed a new era in party politics. Political maneuvering had become a sort sorta sport and the newly formed Democratic Party had won the championship. The man who knew the game best was Jackson's new secretary of state. Martin Van Buren the other wise known as the little magician. Van Buren had been the man behind the curtain in Jackson's bid for the presidency in eighteen. Twenty eight and with the White House now in their possession. The Spring of eighteen twenty nine became a calling Jackson and Van Buren cleared out. The executive branch of those who were politically antagonistic to the Democratic Party Eighty van buren declared triumphantly to the victors belong the spoils coining. What would come to be called the spoils system the practice of rewarding those who had offered support during a campaign with powerful government offices? It had been the promise of political posts that had encouraged great deal of Jackson's political and financial support during the election. Nearly one thousand officials were removed from office to make way for friendlier political appointees amounting to ten percent of all positions. The Washington elite were apoplectic as Jackson. The conqueror doled out the spoils political war. Jackson treated opposition to his presidency. The same way. He treated foes in his personal life giving back worse than he received. He was the general again strong and decisive unwavering. In his determination regardless of who stood in his way away Jackson acted on what he felt was best for the country and did not bend to other's opinions though he was a poor child of North Irish immigrants and an enemy of the British Aristocracy Doc. CRECY Jackson's unremitting autocracy at his political enemies brand him as King Andrew. The first but in the spring of eighteen twenty nine Jackson's the biggest threat was not his political enemies. It was his own cabinet during the eighteen twenty eight election and the lions have disparate. Groups are grown together to dethrone. John Quincy Adams was it would take every ounce of old hickory ability to maintain peace in his administration and keep these disparate groups together but despite his political maneuverings cracks in the administration began to show standing on opposite sides of the widening rift. Were two men Secretary of state. Martin van Buren and Jackson's newly elected vice president. President John C.. Calhoun Calhoun hailed from South Carolina. The same as Andrew Jackson he had served as President Monroe's secretary of war and was a candidate in the crowded eighteen twenty four presidential election knowing he could not win in eighteen twenty four Calhoun had withdrawn his name focusing instead on becoming John. Quincy Adams James Vice President but during Adams tenure in the White House Calhoun Adams became estranged the election of eighteen. Twenty eight vice president. Calhoun had done the unthinkable in Kabul. He defected from Adams reelection campaign and threw his support behind Jackson. Who went on to win? And it was. Martin Van Buren. Who had convinced? Calhoun to switch to Jackson side but in eighteen twenty nine calhoun would turn on Andrew Jackson and his Secretary of State. Martin van Buren Calhoun. Mutiny centered entered around a tawdry scandal involving another cabinet members. Wife her name was Peggy. Eaton the petticoat affair as would come to be called created a rift inside the Jackson Administration and threatened to derail his presidency and any prospects for a second tournament..

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"jackson administration" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"jackson administration" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"True Glenn. Beck all. Right, well the the first trial in Robert Muller's Russia investigation is kicking. Off they start picking the jury members for Paul Manafort Paul. Manafort if you remember was President Trump's former campaign, chairman he came in towards the very end and then he was booted. Out he was the first courtroom casualty in what feels like an investigation that has been going on since the seventeen. Hundreds but there are three things that we have to talk about here on what's going. On the first is what is Manafort being charged. With the second question, is what does Muller hope to gain? Here and the third one is what is the real issue that everyone is going to? Miss. Okay so let's start with number. One Manafort is being charged with Bank and tax. Fraud he has been a lobbyist and political political. Consultant I think since the Jackson Administration in? Eighteen, thirty he has worked with presidential. Campaigns Gerald Ford Ronald Reagan George H W Bush. And Bob Dole and he has also lobbied on. Behalf of let's say some Not so listen. A questionable leaders how's that one of these leaders include. The now, deposed former president of the crane and that is where Manafort report got caught up in the. Muller probe Manafort his been really dirty and on the side, of Russia in Ukraine the charges against Manafort alleged that he made more than sixty million dollars working in the Ukraine then he routed that cash through. A, shady Bank in Cyprus and. Set up shell companies and the sky's the money as loans received from these. Phony companies doing it this way, helped. Him. Avoid US, taxes on fortunately that's how so highly, illegal so this is the case in a, nutshell against, him So what does that. Have to do with President Trump nothing nothing that's one of the, problems you can, you can. Make the case that this, trial doesn't even belong, to the Mueller. Investigation does? Catching some dirty laundry dirty lobbyist laundering money have anything to do with, the Trump campaign and the Russian collusion well no absolutely not unless Manafort when. He came on helped or influenced and tried to get. The the, GOP platform changed to make the sanctions go away on Russia and it was a real shock. To the GOP that was the only thing that Trump campaign, asked for was a change in the platform to go softer on Russia was that Manafort was Trump even involved you, have to assume that Manafort is. Found, guilty because I mean he. Looks really really guilty he's been a bad guy Luke Long long before he joined Donald Trump. Now Muller is probably hoping that manafort's lips get loose? During. That time but so far he hasn't said. Anything if he has anything on the president that's when he's going to get it after he has been convicted, Manafort me actually have something Muller can use against President Trump I doubt it but I. Mean, he, might. But the real issue here is that I think a lot of people are going to miss what this trial is really all about they're going to, make this about Donald Trump and collusion and Russia. It isn't this trial is about the dirty world of US lobbying this isn't a Republican or democratic issue this is a problem that crosses all aisles all. Ideologies there is real dirt in Washington and people are getting very, very rich and, they're getting. Rich with money that comes. From Countries that really don't like us they're all lining up together to feed the same trough US political operatives are. Working in foreign countries influencing their elections and then they're back here. At home. Working for different foreign countries to influence our own elections. It is out of control and if. The press has any kind of common sense decency and. Patriotism left in them they will, make sure that that remains, the real issue that comes to light in the Manafort.

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"jackson administration" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"jackson administration" Discussed on WTVN

"All. Right, well the the first trial in Robert Muller's Russia investigation is kicking off. Today today they start picking the jury members for Powell. Manafort Paul. Manafort if you remember was President Trump's former campaign, chairman he came in towards the very end and then he was booted. Out he was the first courtroom casualty in what feels like an investigation that has been going on since the seventeen. Hundreds but there are three things that we have to talk about here on what's going. On the first is what is Manafort being charged. With the second question, is what does Muller hope to gain? Here and the third one is what is the real issue that everyone is going to? Miss. Okay so let's start with number. One Manafort is being charged with Bank and tax. Fraud he has been a lobbyist and political Political? Consultant I think since the Jackson administration in eighteen thirty he has worked with a presidential? Campaigns. Gerald Ford Ronald Reagan George H. W Bush and Bob Dole and he has also. Lobbied on behalf of let's say some Not, so Listen a. Questionable leaders? How's that One of these leaders include the now, deposed former president of the crane and that is where Manafort report got caught. Up in the Muller probe Manafort his been really dirty. And on, the side of Russia in Ukraine the charges against Manafort allege that he made more than sixty. Million dollars working in the Ukraine then he routed that cash, through a shady Bank in Cyprus and set up shell companies and the sky's the money as loans received from these, phony companies doing it this way. Helped, him avoid US taxes on. Fortunately that's how so highly illegal so this is the. Case, in a nutshell. Against him So what does that have to do with President Trump Nothing Nothing That's one of the problems you. Can you can make the case that this trial doesn't even belong to the Mueller investigation does catching some dirty, laundry a dirty lobbyist laundering money have anything to do with the Trump campaign and the Russian. Collusion Well no absolutely not unless Manafort when he came on helped or influenced and tried to get the the GOP platform changed to. Make the sanctions go away on Russia. And it was a real shock to the GOP that was the only thing that Trump campaign asked for was, a change in the platform to go softer on Russia was that Manafort was Trump even involved You. Have to assume that Manafort is found guilty because I mean he looks really really guilty he's been a bad guy long long before he joined Donald Trump Now Muller is probably hoping that manafort's lips get loose during that time but so far he hasn't said anything if. He has anything, on the president, that's when. He's going to get it after he has been convicted Manafort me actually have something Muller can use against President Trump I doubt it. But I mean he might but the real issue here is that. I think. A lot of people are going to miss what this. Trial is really all about they're going. To make this about Donald Trump and collusion and Russia. It isn't this trial is about, the dirty world of US, lobbying this isn't a Republican or democratic issue this is a. Problem that crosses all aisles all ideologies there is real dirt in, Washington and people, are getting. Very very rich and they're getting rich with money that comes from Countries that really. Don't like us they're all lining up together to feed at the. Same trough. US political operatives are working in foreign countries influencing their. Elections and then they're back here at. Home working for different foreign countries to influence our own. Elections it is out of control, and if the press has, any kind of common sense decency and patriotism left in them They will. Make sure that that remains the real issue.

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"jackson administration" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"jackson administration" Discussed on KTOK

"Well the the first trial in Robert Muller's Russia investigation is kicking off. Today today they start picking the jury members for Powell. Manafort Paul. Manafort if you remember was President Trump's former campaign, chairman he came in towards the very end and then he was booted. Out he was the first courtroom casualty in what feels like an investigation that has been going on since the seventeen. Hundreds but there are three things that we have to talk about here on what's going. On the first is what is Manafort being charged. With the second question, is what does Muller hope to gain? Here and the third one is what is the real issue that everyone is going to? Miss. Okay so let's start with number. One Manafort is being charged with Bank and tax. Fraud he has been a lobbyist and political Political? Consultant I think since the Jackson administration in eighteen thirty he has worked with a presidential? Campaigns. Gerald Ford Ronald Reagan George H. W Bush and Bob Dole and he has also. Lobbied on behalf of let's say some Not so listen a questionable, leaders how's, that One of these leaders include, the now deposed former president of the Ukraine and that is where Manafort report got caught up in the Muller probe Manafort has been really dirty, and on the side of Russia in Ukraine the charges against Manafort allege that he made more. Than sixty million dollars working in the Ukraine then he routed, that cash through a shady Bank in Cyprus and set up shell companies and the sky's the money as loans received from these phony companies doing it. This, way helped him avoid. US taxes on fortunately that's also highly illegal so this, is the case, in a nutshell. Against him So what does that have to do with President Trump Nothing Nothing That's one of the problems you. Can you can make the case that this trial doesn't even belong to the Mueller investigation does catching some dirty, laundry dirty lobbyists laundering money have anything to do with the Trump campaign and the Russian. Collusion Well no absolutely not unless Manafort when he came on helped or influenced and tried to get the the GOP platform changed to make. The sanctions go away on Russia and. It was a real shock to the GOP that was the only thing that Trump campaign asked for was a, change in the platform to go softer on Russia was that Manafort was Trump even involved You. Have to assume that Manafort is found guilty because I mean he looks really really guilty he's been a bad guy long long before he joined Donald Trump Now Muller is probably hoping that manafort's lips get loose during that time but so far he hasn't said anything if. He has anything, on the president, that's when. He's going to get it after he has been convicted Manafort me actually have something Muller can use against President Trump I doubt it. But I mean he might but the real issue here is that. I think. A lot of people are going to miss what this. Trial is really all about they're going. To make this about Donald Trump and collusion and Russia. It isn't this trial is about, the dirty world of US, lobbying this isn't a Republican or democratic issue this is a. Problem that crosses all aisles all ideologies there is real dirt in, Washington and people, are getting. Very very rich and they're getting rich with money that comes from Countries that. Really don't like us they're all lining up together to feed the. Same trough. US political operatives are working in foreign countries influencing their. Elections and then they're back here at. Home working for different foreign countries to influence our own. Elections it is out of control, and if the press has, any kind of common sense decency and patriotism left in them They will. Make sure that that remains the real issue that comes, to light.

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"jackson administration" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"jackson administration" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Cover let's. Get to it Glenn Beck on five seventy KLIF like an investigation that has been going on since. The seventeen hundreds but there are three things that we have to talk about here on. What's going on the first is what is Manafort. Being charged with the, second question is what does Muller hope? To gain here and the third one is what is the real issue that everyone is? Going, to miss okay so let's start. With number one Manafort is being charged with Bank. And tax fraud he has been a lobbyist and. Political political consultant I think since the Jackson administration, in eighteen thirty he has worked with, a. Presidential. Campaigns Gerald, Ford Ronald Reagan George H W Bush, and Bob Dole and he has also lobbied, on behalf, of let's say some Not, so Listen a. Questionable leaders? How's that One of these leaders include the now, deposed former president of the crane and that is where Manafort report got caught up in the Muller probe Manafort has been really dirty and on, the side of Russia in Ukraine the charges against Manafort alleged that he made more than sixty. Million dollars working in the Ukraine then he routed that, cash through shady Bank in Cyprus and set up shell companies and the sky's the money as loans received from these phony companies doing it this way. Helped, him avoid US taxes. On fortunately that's also highly illegal so this is the. Case, in a nutshell. Against him So what does that have to do with President Trump Nothing Nothing That's one of the problems you. Can you can make the case that this trial doesn't even belong to the Mueller investigation does catching some dirty, laundry a dirty lobbyists laundering money have anything to do with the Trump campaign and the Russian. Collusion Well no absolutely not unless Manafort when he came on helped or influenced and tried to get the the GOP platform changed to. Make the sanctions go away on Russia. And it was a real shock to the GOP that was the. Only thing that Trump campaign asked for was, a change in the platform to go softer on Russia was that Manafort was Trump even involved You. Have to assume that Manafort is found guilty because I mean he looks really really guilty he's been a bad guy long long before he joined Donald Trump Now Muller is probably hoping that manafort's lips get loose during that time but so far he hasn't said anything if. He has anything, on the president, that's when. He's going to get it after he has been convicted Manafort me actually have something Muller can use against President Trump I doubt it. But I mean he might but the real issue here is that. I think. A lot of people are going to miss what this. Trial is really all about they're going. To make this about Donald Trump and collusion and Russia. It isn't this trial is about, the dirty world of US, lobbying this isn't a Republican or democratic issue this is a. Problem that crosses all aisles all ideologies there is real dirt in, Washington and people, are getting. Very very rich and they're getting rich with money that comes from Countries that really. Don't like us they're all lining up together to feed at the. Same trough. US political operatives are working in foreign countries influencing their. Elections and then they're back here at. Home working for different foreign countries do influence our own. Elections it is out of control, and if the press has, any kind of common sense decency and patriotism left in them They will. Make sure that that remains the real issue that comes, to.

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"jackson administration" Discussed on American History Tellers

American History Tellers

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"jackson administration" Discussed on American History Tellers

"The do gave up all lands east of the mississippi in exchange for money livestock tools and other provisions the agreement became known as the treaty of new shota it was all the us government needed as an excuse to finally radically the try the cherokee traders ultimately paid for this betrayal with their lives when the cherokees eventually reached oklahoma nearly all one hundred members of the tree hardy would be executed the jackson administration went on to sign roughly seventy treaties with native american tribes in the end the government received over one hundred million acres of fertile native american territory in the east in exchange for thirty two million acres of less desirable land in the west for this paid roughly sixty eight million dollars less than a dollar acre nearly all of the tribes north and south of the ohio river in between the appalachians and mississippi were forced to sign these treaties when the creeks seminal sack and fox's attempted an armed rebellion the us army crush their efforts and remove them by force jackson maintained to the end that relocation was for the tribes own good he argued while the safety and comfort of our own citizens has been greatly promoted by the removal the philanthropist will rejoice that the remnant of that ill fated race has been at length place beyond the reach of injury and oppression and the paternal care of the general government will here after watch over them and protect them it's hard today to imagine the forced relocation of native americans and the subsequent suffering and death of thousands as philanthropic but jackson did in the words of historian henry watson to jackson they were his red children he was the great father and jackson never doubted the father knew best.

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"jackson administration" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"jackson administration" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Pesticide powerful human prestigious exactly pesky human we're talking about kevin appointment of an illegal immigrant undocumented immigrants to a post in the state what do you say they're paul about that hey dr germ highly rated i guys do you know what's interesting is that again this brings up that narrative that they want to convey as we said the moral narcissism of a disillusion ideal is that somehow by doing this you're also invalidating the idea of being a citizen and because being a citizen has its perks right and that's the whole idea why you become a citizen you become a citizen to be included in your society in your community in taxations because you care and if you remember reading from the federalist papers that's the whole idea about communities is that people care about their areas that's where they grow up that's where they live and their families are now taking that aside isn't this illegal and then why is this narrative allowed to be not countered by another point of view or another position that says we understand why you're doing that you're you're off base well i absolutely agree with you paul and you know even people in the california legal community have have been criticizing this appointment because she's practicing california law as an undocumented immigrant and i believe it was john eastman a constitutional law expert dean of orange california's chapman university that said quote you're taking the oath to uphold the constitution of the united states while you are simultaneously breaking those laws were that's what that's the part of flips me out right there i don't understand how we have a disregard for the constitution that's what we're talking about and how the argument whereas the other side fighting back in the media laws we hear is hey we're helping these poor people right that's what you hear coming out here you have jeff sessions coming out here making the points that you're making well then you have the governor saying it's a custodio so it's like no no this is basil of laws we fought a civil war over this why can't people know that we fought as there was enough occasion crisis during the andrew jackson administration it was suppressed then there was a war that followed it was one that put this to rest that we are a more perfect union amongst equals there where the.

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"jackson administration" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"jackson administration" Discussed on KGO 810

"The rule of law we fought a civil war over this why can't people know that we fought as there was enough occasion crisis during the andrew jackson administration it was suppressed then there was a war that followed it was one that put this to rest that we are a more perfect union amongst equals there where the federal law trumps all else and we are not allowed to unilaterally decide we're not a part of the contract in any respect my father came over from sicily after the war became a citizen i have my aunt study to become a citizen they were proud of it might have been easier it might have been easier with the paperwork and things are added on in the immigration process i'm sure for a reason but i'm sure we can all agree that the process to become a citizen has probably got arduous right it seems like it or something wrong something is wrong something's wrong with the yeah and in her defense she applied for daca she was rejected and rejected by the obama administration's twice this is someone who taught herself english who went through school graduated who passed the california bar was brought into this country by her parents illegally at the age of fourteen she seems like the perfect candidate so we don't know why i spoke to an immigration attorney about this and she didn't know the index reason of why there were so many laws and what the what the reasons were behind because i wanted to find out why did it become so maybe that's a good topic to bring on the show next is talk to an immigration lawyer so they can help us understand the process we disagree with the decision this this whole thing was kicked off by me talking to an immigration law concerned with the encumbrances of the process for her it was just no problem concerned about this idea of a sanctuary city that was what she was taking issue then that women women and children were getting harm because they couldn't get the in the help of local law enforcement one when there was domestic violence issues and these people coming back back are they wouldn't they would deport them they wouldn't get them out of the community and so it was you know it's it's harming people i get it i get all right thank you very thoughtful answers let us know if getting answers please right i'll call back are you eight eight hundred eight hundred two two two five.

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"jackson administration" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"jackson administration" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Not by the time trump's out of office it should be at forty trillion dollars terms not ask observes yeah don't forget i mean wall street ends up owning most of this dead shirt means they own most of view and this country i mean that's that's the idea the meeting what you're saying there is that your freeze of your labour door children your grandchildren's labor as being claimed gas into the future by the government that's what it's doing absolutely a it says you know first it says it owns a portion of your labour through the income tax and what it has debt it's saying that it will pay that that back in the future by future labour rep that labour is well frankly would i say your grandchildren i'm being hyperbolic you are yeah the the the the united states has had debt at the very released since the jackson administration unlikely there was forty thousand dollars that floated got uh kind of got a fudged at that point so we're absolutely positively still paying off the civil war right right who paying debts on the of interest on credit for civil war and that um you know just goes to show the evil i mean it's evil to say i just let my grandchild pay for this prey how dare you but how dare you tax payer how dare you politician how dare you say that my child has to pay for your social security you're bombers at all this other stuff that is not the way this works ed that's one of the richest people in america there leaving they're giving up their citizenship and you're not going to be able to tax them anymore eight five five four five zero 373 is the single.

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"jackson administration" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"jackson administration" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"This is a good bye doesn't make a hell of a lot of sense this is a father saying goodbye to his wife and two teenage children his name is hor garcia he was brought to the united states by his parents when he was 10 years old today after living and working here for 30 years who are hey garcia was deported to mexico his wife cindi says he has no criminal record he paid his taxes and that he's a good man sending garcia was born here she's a citizen she says they tried to do the right thing the lawyer filed the wrong paperwork is a store you here so often about people getting caught up in the system and there on the wrong track and deportation and it's fighting for delays and after 30 years of doing everything right except for being born a little later four hey were the a time year sergei younger kislyak among he would qualify other issues as at a dreamer the white house position says but he president missed it trump is in excellent so he doesn't shape as part of and the after health exam getting friday extensions dr under ronnie the obama jackson administration says mr trump the new asked administration for cognitive under trump's test order that is is his cracking ability down to comprehend so what's being that's said what happened and done this around morning him there is on the more the data difficult we celebrate one of all martin of them luther took king significantly longer to complete this man but had the to leave president his did family exceedingly well the on story it it's about not the it same has been as a retweeted psychiatric more test than 40000 jackson noted not and being times a smoker or drinker we talked is a to big cindy help for just the president before the show his physician here's what says she had to say and he has good genes he what would do you like tell to your lose kids over the next i think a reasonable i tell them to goal be strong over the next year list high tell tend to 15 pounds we're going we to talked get through about this diet and exercise a lot we're not he's the only more family he that's asked out about there the dot part it than the affects exercise part but eleven we're going to.

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"jackson administration" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"jackson administration" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

"As a result of inflating the money supply which they're going to do anyway so whether you pay them or not ultimately in the long run isn't gonna matter to them the federal government has carried over a balance sense the andrew jackson administration had leave he was the ten th president we're now a number forty five this was you know they're the very early 1800's and there's an argument as to whether or not they actually have had a balance since before the the government was created so we can say that they are completely incompetent when it comes to handling money they shouldn't be entr trusted now we have any money and the fact that they are entrusted with the ability to create money shows the lunacy of what we've got going on here well and that's the way it's been though i mean the government for generations upon hundreds of years has been the money issuer they've been in charge of that stuff and that has just started to change within the last decade with the advent of bitcoin back in two thousand nine which by the way today has once again hit new record highs so anybody had bought bitcoin before today your doing better because bitcoin is at a record high as a few couple of hours goes at seventy four hundred and fifty dollars it may be one of those nights where by the time we finish the show it this you know up at eight thousand or something like that okay attacked you down a little bit seventy three seventy six right now but it's been and just an amazing month amazing year for bitcoin this this incredible decentralised cryptocurrency that has taken the world by storm and it's not the only one there are bunch of others out there course dash is one of its major competitors dash is digital cash it's the digital money platform designed to replace cash and help people manage their own wealth it's fast.

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"jackson administration" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jackson administration" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"The come as a result of inflating the money supply which they're going to do anyway so whether you pay them or not ultimately in the longrun isn't gonna matter to them the federal government his carried over a balance sense the andrew jackson administration i believe he was the tenth president were now in the ber 45 um this was you know they're the very early 1800s and there's an argument as to whether or not they actually have had a balance since before the the government created so we can say that they are completely incompetent when it comes to handling money they shouldn't be entrusted nokia any money and the fact that they are entrusted with the ability to create money shows the lunacy of what we've got going on here well and that's the way it's been though i mean the government for generations upon hundreds of years has been the money issuer they've been in charge of that stuff and that has just started to change within the last decade with the advent of bitcoin back in two thousand nine which by the way today has once again hit new record highs so anybody hit bought bitcoin before today your doing better because bitcoin is at a record high as a a few couple of hours ago was at seventy four hundred and fifty dollars it may be one of those nights where by the time we finish the show it's this you know up at eight thousand or something like that okay it's actually down a little bit seventy three seventy six right now but it's been and just an amazing in month amazing year for bitcoin this this incredible decentralised cryptocurrency that has taken the world by storm and it's not the only one there are bunch of others out there course dash is one of its major competitors dash is digital cash it's the digital money platform designed to replace cash and help people manage their own wealth it's.

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"jackson administration" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"jackson administration" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The federal government his carried over a balance sense the andrew jackson administration had leave he was the ten th th the president were now in the ber 45 this was you know they're the very early 1800's and there's an argument as to whether or not they actually have had a balance since before the the government was created so we can say that they are completely incompetent when it comes to handling money they shouldn't be in trusted now we have any money and the fact that they are entrusted with the ability to create money shows the lunacy of what we've got going on here but and that's the way it's been though i mean the government for generations upon hundreds of years has been the money issuer they've been in charge of that stuff and that has just started to change within the last decade uh with the advent of bitcoin back in two thousand nine which by the way today has once again hit new record highs so anybody bought bitcoin before today your doing better because bitcoin is at a record high as a a few couple hours goes at seventy four hundred and fifty dollars it may be one of those nights where by the time we finish the show it is you know up at eight thousand or something like that okay it's actually donald with seventy three seventy six right now but it's been a just an amazing month amazing year for bitcoin this this incredible decentralised cryptocurrency that has taken the world by storm and it's not the only one there are bunch of others out there course dash is one of its major competitors dashes digital cash it's the digital money platform designed to replace cash.

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"jackson administration" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"jackson administration" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"The come as a result of inflating the money supply which they're going to do anyway so whether you pay them or not ultimately in the longrun isn't gonna matter to them the federal government his carried over a balance sense the andrew jackson administration i believe he was the tenth president were now in the ber 45 um this was you know they're the very early 1800s and there's an argument as to whether or not they actually have had a balance since before the the government created so we can say that they are completely incompetent when it comes to handling money they shouldn't be entrusted nokia any money and the fact that they are entrusted with the ability to create money shows the lunacy of what we've got going on here well and that's the way it's been though i mean the government for generations upon hundreds of years has been the money issuer they've been in charge of that stuff and that has just started to change within the last decade with the advent of bitcoin back in two thousand nine which by the way today has once again hit new record highs so anybody hit bought bitcoin before today your doing better because bitcoin is at a record high as a a few couple of hours ago was at seventy four hundred and fifty dollars it may be one of those nights where by the time we finish the show it's this you know up at eight thousand or something like that okay it's actually down a little bit seventy three seventy six right now but it's been and just an amazing in month amazing year for bitcoin this this incredible decentralised cryptocurrency that has taken the world by storm and it's not the only one there are bunch of others out there course dash is one of its major competitors dash is digital cash it's the digital money platform designed to replace cash and help people manage their own wealth it's fast it can be private an easy fees are low and transactions are quick and could be confirmed instantly will kohli who is one of our co host some time here on free talk live he was in today and he had somebody sent him some bitcoin recently but they senate it with a low feed because you can't blame somebody for wanting to do that because the bitcoin fees right now are out of control

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"jackson administration" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"jackson administration" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"In in circulation well lake keep brent more of it i mean the reason out not a counterfeiter is because it's already counterfeit yeah well where are you going with this hallberg well that's the problem the racket is the baxter's they took control uh well in 1913 the federal reserve act and they've controlled us ever sent oh i'd say the banksters have been in control since the andrew jackson administration well that's andrew jackson borrow on already billion import times i don't know that they tried to kill him but i know that he took down the second bank of the united states neat paid off the national debt which led to the greatest longest and deepest depression history the united states causes depression that had to be something else paying off the dead did causes depression because there was no safe place that americans could put their money any longer so they move dollar money to ban and in the wall street banks essentially and then the and then you had a bank panic because the banks started engage in and and look this up i mean it's this is no secret it's in other words to banks caught it that's exactly right the banks the banks engaged in in uh you know crazy lending practices because they wanted to make more money with all the new money that was coming in because people couldn't put their money in the us treasury keep in mind hobart the the us debt is private savings and the and the guys like pete peterson who are calling for us to eliminate the us debt just happened to be wall street billionaire bankers why are they calling for the end of the day at his they don't like the us government competing with wall street banks as a place where you can put your saving it's just that simple homered i got it wrong but thank you for the call uh you know we should we should at a logic conversation i suppose some kind of a fiat currency is that clearly in a bugbear for your gift for onciming elsa klein check in with bob ney without haidian right.

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"jackson administration" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"jackson administration" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"I totally agree accu jim in chicago a gem what's on your mind thank you jim thank you for taking my call or ibm nicknamed who thom hartmann you're on the air right now uh what's on your mind yeah i could thinking uh i have my and how many step back showed it can ovalles he attitude of puppy in no way that we have so much of financial situation that i have taught question place at okay at not bankruptcy right now he patio collapse king my question you should take you at fi bankruptcy it could we get back in nike turkey create an account could have law we could five bankruptcy every eight the ear so i thought i listened to your programme time you know we that way neck and at the time and kubuye goal in august at but not crazy i could feel yeah jim just fyi i'm not sure where you're getting here for mission but the united states has never declared bankruptcy we have never repudiated our debt a we did there was a period of a few years during the andrew jackson administration when our debt was paid down zero that produced a great depression that was the worst longest and deepest to pressure shen in the history of the united states um because there was you know the the the there was no place for people to a safe place for people apart money uh because we were no longer selling treasury bills uh the national debt is a good thing actually because it is private savings so the the the federal debt is a place where people can safely park money me and the reason why there's these there's the virtually an industry and has been for decades uh freaking out about the national data the debt ceiling and black quite quite quite blah blah blah on all this stuff the reason for that is that the banksters and pete peterson as the guy's been heading this you know vote who's a wall said billionaire and and uh is that the banksters from wall street are looking and they're on hey you know there's there's uh the.

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