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We Must Find the Strength of Our Early Revolutionaries: Hancock, Revere, Paine, and More
"Indeed, they live off the sweat and toil of others. While they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining and sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. Their ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx. His writings are responsible for the enslavement, impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protestations from some in our society. Embracing advanced Marxism, Marxism score ideas. An attempt to disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. Bear with me. I'm reading with one eye. These are the useful idiot to occupy. And influence our leadership positions in the Democratic Party media academia in the culture. But we must take solace. Find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren Samuel Adams. John Hancock, Paul Revere, Thomas Paine. To name a few. Become energized and in spirited by the wisdom and genius of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson. John Adams, James Madison. Benjamin Franklin and many others. Well, they have smeared and degraded. While they have been smeared and degraded by American Marxists and their ilk. We must continue to celebrate them be invigorated by them. And remember that together they defeated the most powerful military force on Earth. Founded the greatest and most extraordinary nation in the history of mankind.
"james madison" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime
"Mastodon subdued. A new crisis ensued to the league. Dissensions broke out among its members. These the romans fostered color. Critise and other popular leaders became mercenary instruments. For inveigling their countrymen the more affectionately to nurse discord and disorder the romans had to the astonishment of those who confided in their sincerity already proclaimed universal liberty throughout grease with the same insidious views they now seduced the members from the league by representing to their pride. The violation committed on their sovereignty by these arts. This union the last hope of greece. The last hope of ancient liberty was torn into pieces and such imbecilities and distraction introduced that the arms of rome found little difficulty in completing the ruin which they're arts had commenced the akins were cut to pieces and a kia loaded with jane's under which it is groaning at this hour. I have thought it not cer- perf loess to give the outlines of this important portion of history both because it teaches more than one lesson and because as a supplement to the outlines of the acadian constitution. It emphatically illustrates the tendency of federal bodies rather to anarchy among the members that to tyranny and the head federalist number nineteen the insufficiency of the present confederation to preserve the union. The same subject continued written for the independent journal by alexander hamilton and james madison to the people of the state of new york. The examples of ancient confederacies cited in my last paper have not exhausted. The source of experimental instruction on this subject. There are existing institutions founded on a similar principle which merit particular consideration the first which presents itself is the germanic body in the early ages of christianity. Germany was occupied by seven distinct. Tenation's who had no common chief. The franks one of the number having conquered the gauls established the kingdom which has taken. Its name from them in the ninth century. Charlemagne its warlike monarch carried his victorious arms in every direction and germany became a part of his vast dominions on the dismemberment which took place under his sons. This part was erected into a separate and independent empire. Charlemagne and his immediate descendants possessed the reality as well as the ensigns and dignity of imperial power.
Extraordinary warning to Trump by 10 former Pentagon chiefs
"All ten living former defense secretaries are warning against using the military to try to change the outcome of the election the ten former Pentagon chief signed an opinion piece in The Washington Post it implicitly questions whether president trump will peacefully give up power on January twentieth they wore that involving the military in pursuing claims of election fraud we take the country into dangerous territory the time for questioning the results they say has passed the ten men who signed the peace include James Madison mark asper two of president trump's former defense secretaries I'm Rita folate
"james madison" Discussed on The Academic Minute
"This best of week on the academic minute for the best health pigment award and greg henrikus professor of psychology at james madison university discussed a new way to think about depression. What is depression. Is it a normal reaction to difficulties. A- problematic way of coping a disease of the brain even though depression is a leading cause of disability worldwide. There is much debate about exactly what the term means to see. Why take a moment and imagine a television commercial that begins with an attractive woman. Isolating herself at a party gripped in the throes of a seemingly inexplicable sadness. A soft voice inquirers and informs have you experienced periods of depressed mood. Have you lost interest in things you used to enjoy. Depression is illness. Ask your doctor about new antidepressant treatments available now. Imagine a different commercial. This one begins with impoverished. Woman getting slapped her husband. Her three children are having difficulties in school and she has little in the way of social support here. The depression as illness picture is less convincing the point is that different. Portrayals can lead to very different notions regarding the nature of depression yet. Depression is a major public health issue and the ideas that guide our understanding of the condition influence public opinion health policies treatment strategies and research. Although many have argued that depression is best considered a disease of the brain. I disagree. I advocate for what is called the behavioral down model of depression. It states that we should start by defining depression as a state of behavioral shutdown specifically. It is where an individual psychological energy shifts from the positive to the negative and makes them feel shut down. The calls of the shutdown can be many things in might involve major stressors poor coping or a neurobiological system. Vulnerable to what some call the sick role. It is by considering depression to be a state of behavioral shutdown that we can bring many different perspectives into alignment and advance our understanding. That.
Interview With Kaely McDevitt
"Haley thank you so much for coming on the podcast today. I'd love to get started. If you could talk about your journey to become a dietitian and then how your philosophy towards nutrition and working with clients has changed over the years to where it is now for sure and thanks so much for having me then. I've been excited about this for a couple of weeks. So I get my journey started back in undergrad and we just recently found out at least you live in DC now. I don't know if that's where you started but I was around that area at James Madison University and I always was interested. In fact, I was an athlete growing up in high school. I wasn't an athlete in college, but I was always interested in how different foods made me, you know feel a certain way during games and I had what felt like a like a ritual before my games with like a smoothie that I would make but really it was just like Common Sense Sports Nutrition that made it work. So I was undecided in undergrad and I was spending a lot of money. I'm reading nutrition research for myself. And then I realized like well, there is a career option in this direction. I might as well make use of what I've you know spending all of my time doing so I started researching nutrition. I got into the dietetics program there and when it started out, you know, I was very much trying to learn about nutrition for myself because I couldn't quite figure out how to feed myself correctly. I was just into college and I just realized like I didn't know what to do. I might eating dining hall food. I'm not an athlete for the first time in my life. How does that like, how does somebody exercise and they're not an athlete how did they feel themselves? So I'm honestly just looking for information for myself and trying to find the quote unquote perfect diet and I was meticulously following everything. I was being taught in school. I was like looking for a low fat labels. I was eating Special K cereal like it was my job and I was logging so much time on ellipticals and getting into distance running and I really watch dog. A health decline as I was doing all of these things, and I was doing them really well to like I was typing with how I was approaching my nutrition and this carried on into my internship off a whole lot of stress in that year. I'm sure as you remember a lot of late nights little sleep lots of work. I was in a master's program at the same time, too, and my health health was really getting worse, and I couldn't find information that I needed cuz a lot of my symptoms were in the hormone realm, which I'm sure we'll get into and I just felt like really alone and honestly kind of like a fraud because divorce quote unquote a nutrition professional and I was following the rules and I I wasn't feeling good. And so I ended up spending a lot more of my free time diving into the Women's Health specific stuff and realizing maybe I am doing this wrong. Maybe I'm approaching this from a completely incorrect standpoint and instead of trying to find the perfect diet. I really just needed to support my body and listen to the signs and symptoms that were popping up dead. And so as I was getting my Rd credential and transitioning into into the workforce, I had this big change of philosophy and approach and it was really sick around. How do we listen to the signs at their bodies giving us? How do we interpret those things at the body sending? How do we use food and movement and lifestyle to actually support and nourish ourselves instead of like meticulously counting and restricting and using food as a manipulation versus using food is nourishment. So really like my own personal health evolved right along side that approach and ended up where I am today in private practice helping women navigate hormone and digestive issues that are typically at least in some part caused by not really understanding that connection between food wage supporting your body, but it's so true. I mean, I think a big problem and one of the reasons why so many people seek out these diets in addition to weight loss, right which is what we've all been told. Oh you need to birth In order to be healthy, right but it's like we don't know what to do in order to be healthy. And so we seek out this external information and then lose the ability to stay in tune with those internal cues from we're we're kids and we know how to eat intuitively and in line with our bodies and like don't demonize cravings and everything until you get to the like bombardment of everything that you experience. I mean really starting in like Elementary School at this point for us. It might have been like a little bit later cuz we didn't have that much social media, right but it gets to the point where you just don't know how to interpret the signals of your body anymore. So like of course people are looking for this external information. It's not like you've been doing something wrong dear listeners, right? Like it's of course you're going that way and so now it's time to like you said instead of trying to like manipulate your food. It's trying to learn what your body is telling you so you can learn how to nourish it and help it get better by helping it along. And just eliminating everything and meticulously counting calories. Yeah, exactly. I think you hit the nail on the head with it's just a big disconnect. Like we basically are are taught to ignore those signs and symptoms. The body is giving us and the fact that our body does a great job at regulating what it needs and informing us of what it needs and somewhere in that mix which probably Elementary School now between social media and the way things are marketed, we just lose that ability and we're taught that that's actually not what we should be following.
Washington, DC - Five injured in Virginia explosion
"An explosion at a strip mall in Harrisonburg, Virginia, injured five people and was likely caused by a gas leak. The blast happened Saturday just blocks from James Madison University and was felt for miles. Among the five hurt, where three university students who suffered minor injuries. The explosion also sparked a fire that burned several stores.
"Welcome to cats Miss and Mysteries. I'm kept crumb today real Ruckus Ray. I know you were watching the quote debate intensely. What was your takeaway? Well kid, there were a lot of subtleties and that's what real Ruckus it's all about separating the chaff from the wheat, but the obvious messages will be rehashed over and over the fowl obvious things that were said by Mister Trump and mr. Biden you can catch on your podcast and mass media and and wherever you take in your news, but what I'm going to do is I'm gonna forget about my fact-checkers and forget about my constitutional historical professors and I'm going to talk about one key message. Okay, r a little trepidation. What would that message be that message is vote and I'm going to cover a lot of interesting territory on this kit. All right. We'll take it away Ray. Okay with all and I've just said talking to mr. Crum and the back of your head. The question comes out. Why vote now, this was something that was it was his life on by both the president and the vice president. Mr. Trump and mr. Biden. So I I asked a question. Why vote most of us walk around in a naively Elevate wage state of impunity. No one is going to forcibly tell us what to do or limit where we can go. Nobody is going to kick down our door or drain our bank account. But this moment in time there is a raised awareness of civil rights now hang in with me on this because I'm bringing it all to him ahead to a point. This might be illustrated by peaceful protest wage. The civil rights that is these folks would declare their First Amendment right of freedom of speech now, if you're pro-nra, then you might cite the Second Amendment of the Constitution the right page. To bear arms these and many other protections come from a piece of paper the Constitution and yet if not enforce the Constitution becomes meaningless Le meaningless still may I ask you to question? Why vote if we allow the provisions of the Constitution to be ignored just once and only a single part because we agree with the ideology and other people in charge at any given moment in time, then you might as well start a racing aspects of the Constitution that you and they don't agree with thus rendering our constitutional democracy damaged again, I ask why vote a damaged and ignored Constitution like a bad case of poison oak may seem superficial at first but not burn that poison oak and inhale the smoke what was once superficial is now internal and damaging your lungs the problem, is that a damaged Constitution like damaged lungs Mekong. Around for a long time without a quick fix the question why vote now evolves into who do you vote for? Who do I put in a position of power? Well Article 2 of The Constitution is impossibly vague about the president's Powers. But if we were to look back over the past one hundred years there would be no denying an increase in what are called executive powers powers that bypass Congress you would see that presidents during that hundred year. Ruled by executive power rather than by Consulting with off and getting approval by the Constitution as a constitution says and with these executive powers, they direct a massive administrative state with jurisdiction over everything from Environmental Policy to regulation of the airwaves throughout the last hundred years presidents of waged undeclared war without Congressional confirmation. This would include Harry Truman in North birth. Korea President Richard Nixon and Cambodian President Bill Clinton in Bosnia Franklin Roosevelt imprisoned over 100,000 Americans during World War II numerous presidential called in federal troops to suppress working-class inserections, which ended in American death recently President George W bush secretly authorized spying on Americans inside the United States without any review from the courts these unregulated Powers accrue overtime and remain as a part of the Office of the President Bush is why it's important to not just vote but to examine who you are voting for and perhaps asking how will they address these unopposed Powers executive powers off then a constitution and political scholars believe there is a very real chance of our democracy failing In Our Lifetime with tyranny taking his place. That means somebody could kick in your wage. Or somebody could drain your bank account. Someone could tell you when and where you can go the fourth President of the United States. I was James Madison said factions formed public opinion spreads quickly particularly on issues that evoke ideology and passion people become polarized and look for opinions that mirror existing beliefs and isn't that where we are now as a country as people forming ideology based on passion and political opinions that mirror existing beliefs, so I say vote and vote carefully because a person you put in power maybe the first nail in the coffin of our constitutional democracy think about it off and remember question conventional wisdom, and don't believe everything you think.
"I'm Welcome to cats Miss and Mysteries. I'm kept crumb today real Ruckus Ray. I know you were watching the quote debate intensely. What was your takeaway? Well kid, there were a lot of subtleties and that's what real Ruckus it's all about separating the chaff from the wheat, but the obvious messages will be rehashed over and over the fowl obvious things that were said by Mister Trump and mr. Biden you can catch on your podcast and mass media and and wherever you take in your news, but what I'm going to do is I'm gonna forget about my fact-checkers and forget about my constitutional historical professors and I'm going to talk about one key message. Okay, r a little trepidation. What would that message be that message is vote and I'm going to cover a lot of interesting territory on this kit. All right. We'll take it away Ray. Okay with all and I've just said talking to mr. Crum and the back of your head. The question comes out. Why vote now, this was something that was it was his life on by both the president and the vice president. Mr. Trump and mr. Biden. So I I asked a question. Why vote most of us walk around in a naively Elevate wage state of impunity. No one is going to forcibly tell us what to do or limit where we can go. Nobody is going to kick down our door or drain our bank account. But this moment in time there is a raised awareness of civil rights now hang in with me on this because I'm bringing it all to him ahead to a point. This might be illustrated by peaceful protest wage. The civil rights that is these folks would declare their First Amendment right of freedom of speech now, if you're pro-nra, then you might cite the Second Amendment of the Constitution the right page. To bear arms these and many other protections come from a piece of paper the Constitution and yet if not enforce the Constitution becomes meaningless Le meaningless still may I ask you to question? Why vote if we allow the provisions of the Constitution to be ignored just once and only a single part because we agree with the ideology and other people in charge at any given moment in time, then you might as well start a racing aspects of the Constitution that you and they don't agree with thus rendering our constitutional democracy damaged again, I ask why vote a damaged and ignored Constitution like a bad case of poison oak may seem superficial at first but not burn that poison oak and inhale the smoke what was once superficial is now internal and damaging your lungs the problem, is that a damaged Constitution like damaged lungs Mekong. Around for a long time without a quick fix the question why vote now evolves into who do you vote for? Who do I put in a position of power? Well Article 2 of The Constitution is impossibly vague about the president's Powers. But if we were to look back over the past one hundred years there would be no denying an increase in what are called executive powers powers that bypass Congress you would see that presidents during that hundred year. Ruled by executive power rather than by Consulting with off and getting approval by the Constitution as a constitution says and with these executive powers, they direct a massive administrative state with jurisdiction over everything from Environmental Policy to regulation of the airwaves throughout the last hundred years presidents of waged undeclared war without Congressional confirmation. This would include Harry Truman in North birth. Korea President Richard Nixon and Cambodian President Bill Clinton in Bosnia Franklin Roosevelt imprisoned over 100,000 Americans during World War II numerous presidential called in federal troops to suppress working-class inserections, which ended in American death recently President George W bush secretly authorized spying on Americans inside the United States without any review from the courts these unregulated Powers accrue overtime and remain as a part of the Office of the President Bush is why it's important to not just vote but to examine who you are voting for and perhaps asking how will they address these unopposed Powers executive powers off then a constitution and political scholars believe there is a very real chance of our democracy failing In Our Lifetime with tyranny taking his place. That means somebody could kick in your wage. Or somebody could drain your bank account. Someone could tell you when and where you can go the fourth President of the United States. I was James Madison said factions formed public opinion spreads quickly particularly on issues that evoke ideology and passion people become polarized and look for opinions that mirror existing beliefs and isn't that where we are now as a country as people forming ideology based on passion and political opinions that mirror existing beliefs, so I say vote and vote carefully because a person you put in power maybe the first nail in the coffin of our constitutional democracy think about it off and remember question conventional wisdom, and don't believe everything you think. Well, this is
Why we must confront hard historical truths
"Not that long ago I received an invitation to spend a few days at the historic. Of James Madison. James Madison of course was the fourth president of the United States, the father of the constitution, the architect of the bill of rights and as a historian I was really excited. To go to this historic site because I understand and appreciate the power of place. Now, Madison called his estate monpellier and mom Pelia is absolutely beautiful is several thousand acres. Rolling Hills farmland forest with absolutely breathtaking views of the blue. Ridge. Mountains but it's a haunting beauty. because. Montpellier was also a slave labor camp. You see James Madison slave more than one hundred people over the course of his lifetime. And he never a single soul, not even upon his death. The centerpiece of Montpellier is Madison's matching. This is where James Madison grew up. This is where he returned to after his presidency. This is where he eventually died and the centerpiece of Madison's mansion is his library this room on the second floor where Madison conceived and conceptualized the bill of rights when I visited for the first time, the director of Education Christian coats. Cool. Why do took me almost immediately to the library. And it was amazing being able to stand in this place where such an important moment in. American history happened. But then after a little while they're Christian actually took me downstairs to the sellers of the. Mansion. Now in the sellers of the mansion, that's where the enslaved African Americans who manage the House spent most of their time. It's also where they were installing a new exhibition on slavery in America. and. While we were there Christian instructed me to do something I thought it was a little bit strange. He told me to take my hand and place it on the brick walls of the seller and slide it along until I felt these impressions or ridges in the face of the brick. Now Look I was going to be staying on site on his former slave plantation for a couple of days. So I wasn't trying to upset any white people. Because when this was over, I want make sure that I could get out. But as I'm actually sliding my hand along the seller war, I couldn't help but think about my daughters and my youngest one in particular who was only about two or three years old at the time because every time she hot out of our car, she would take her hand and slide it along the outside, which is absolutely disgusting and then. And if I couldn't get to her in time, she would take her fingers and pop them in the mouth which drive. Absolutely crazy. So this is what I'm thinking about what I'm supposed to be a historian. But then, but then I actually do feel these impressions in the brick I feel these ridges in the brick and it takes a second to realize what they are, what they are are tiny handprints. Because all the bricks at James Madison's estate were made by the children that he enslaved. And that's when it hit me. That The library in which. James Madison conceived and conceptualizes the bill of rights rests on a foundation of bricks. Made by the children that he enslaved. And? This. Is. Hard. History. It's hard history because it's difficult to imagine the kind of inhumanity. That leads one to enslave children to make bricks. Your comfort and convenience is hard history because it's hard to talk about the violence of slavery. The beatings, the whippings, the kidnappings, the forced family separations is hard history because it's hard to teach white supremacy. Which is the ideology that justified slavery. And so rather than confront hard history. We tend to avoid it. Now sometimes that means just. Stuff up. I can't tell you how many times I've heard people say that states rights was the primary cause of the civil war. That would actually come as a surprise. So the people who fought in the civil war. Sometimes. We try to rationalize hard history. When people visit Montpellier and by people in this instance, white people. When they visit mom appeal your and learn about Madison slaving people. They often ask. But wasn't he a good master? A good master. There is no such thing as a good master. There is only worse and worse her. And sometimes. We just pretend the past didn't happen. I can't tell you how many times I've heard people say it's hard to imagine slavery existing outside of the plantation south no, it ain't. Slavery existed in every American colony slavery existed in my home state of New York for fifty years after the American revolution. Why do we do this? Why do we avoid confronting hard history? Literary performer and Educator Reggie. Gibson had the truth of it when he said that our problem as Americans. Is We actually hate history. What we love Is No style.
It's the Little Things
"For want of a nail, the shoe was lost for want of a shoe. The horse was lost for want of a horse. The rider was lost for want of a writer the message was lost for want of the message the battle was lost for want of a battle, the kingdom was lost. Small things can have reverberating effects on history both good and bad. In fourteen fifty three, the great walled city of Constantinople fell it had withstood sieges for eleven hundred years. It had held off fire from the then state of the art cannons for weeks. The Byzantine said even Ford soldiers trying to tunnel under the wall autumn Turks were finally able to overrun the great city because someone left the door open. One of the many gates in the fourteen miles of wall had been left open during the night and the Ottomans flooded in. Killing Constantine the eleventh in the battle and bringing an end to the eastern Roman Empire. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. It was a freezing Christmas night in Trenton. New Jersey during the revolutionary war. The English Colonel Johann Gottlieb Rall. Commander. Of a mercenary infantry regiment of fourteen hundred has seen soldiers from Germany sat down to a good supper and an evening of entertainment. He and his men were celebrating their recent victories over George Washington's volunteer army, and of course, the Christmas holiday. Safe from the bitter cold and the pelting sleet inside a wealthy merchants home that they had commandeered. They relaxed safe in the assumption that no one in their right mind would possibly try to cross the Delaware River at night in a blinding winter storm. Someone challenged role to a game of chess, and before long he was deep in tactics and strategy. There was a knock at the door. And exhausted young. Messenger boy came in bearing a note from loyalist farmer. It's important to remember that about a third of colonists still consider themselves to be British and didn't want the revolution. Raw paid the boy little notice took the note and put it in his coat pocket without opening it. That pocketed piece of paper would cost him and the war effort nearly. Two hours earlier and ten miles away. Washington's men had begun being ferried across the icy Delaware. River. It took over ten hours to get all twenty four hundred men over to the New Jersey side. The conditions were so adverse five men froze to death. Then began the arduous march to Trenton in the dark. The plan had been to attack the town from all sides before dawn, but the troops didn't arrive until eight am. During the attack which lasted only an hour forty of the German. Henson's were killed and the remaining thousand surrendered. Colonel was mortally wounded. When his body was found the unopened note warning of Washington's crossing was still in his pocket. If role had read it, he would surely have had his gross of professional soldiers prepared. He allowed his pride and the weather to lull him into thinking his enemy was not a threat. Had he won the battle he may well have killed George Washington James Madison James Monroe John Marshall Aaron Burr and Andrew. Hamilton The. Second, most common premise in alternate history circles behind what if Germany won World War Two is what if the south one the American civil war? Two pieces of paper dropped in a farmer's field almost brought that about. Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Whose statue in the middle of my hometown of Richmond, Virginia has recently been given the historical context. It's so sorely needed. In the form of tons of. Graffiti. Issued Special Order one ninety one during the Maryland campaign before the Battle of Antietam. In the order lead divided his army, delineating the routes and roads to be taken and the timing for the units to reconvene. Adjutant Robert H Chilton penned copies of the letter endorsed them in Lee's name. Staff. Officers distributed the copies to various confederate generals. General Thomas Stonewall Jackson in turn copied the document for one of his subordinates, major general, D H Hill who was to exercise independent command as the rearguard. A Union soldier Corporal Barton W Mitchell of the twenty seven. Th Indiana volunteers found two pieces of paper bundled with three cigars as he marched across a farm in Maryland an area recently vacated by Hill and his men after they had camped there. The order provided the Union army with valuable information, concerning the army of Northern Virginia's movements and campaign plans. Upon receiving lease lost order. Major General George McClellan leading the Union army of the Potomac proclaimed. Here is a piece of paper with which if I cannot whip Bob Ely, I will be willing to go home. He immediately moved his army in hopes of foiling lease battle plans. When Lee heard a copy of special order one, ninety, one was missing he. He knew his scattered army was vulnerable and rushed to reunite his units Antietam Creek near Sharp's Berg. Lee's troops arrived tired hungry and many were sick. The Battle of Antietam, would go down as the bloodiest battle of the American civil war with casualties recorded as twenty, three, thousand dead wounded, which was usually as good as dead or unaccounted for over the course of the half day battle. That's nearly two thousand soldiers in our one every two seconds. When night fell both sides ceased fire together, their dead and wounded. The next day Lee began the painstaking job of moving his ravage troops back Virginia. Here, some scholars argue another solitary decision had far reaching consequences. Despite having the advantage. McClellan. Allowed Lee to retreat without resistance. From his point of view, he'd accomplished his mission by forcing Lee's troops from Maryland and preventing confederate win on union soil. President, Lincoln however thought McClellan missed a great opportunity to potentially end the war three years earlier than it ultimately would.
"james madison" Discussed on Swimming Upstream Radio Show
"One hundred fifty one, hundred, sixty, one, hundred, fifty, five Mike calculations most exact in that, respect. And just the hope that. The hope that the country would become what we wanted to become the spirit of seventy six. All men are created equal. We had already have of the states had already abolished slavery when John Jay was with Governor of New York he started a twenty five year process of abolition and by the end of that, there was no slavery left in new. York. So We saw progress, we're making it. We had we had a proposal in Virginia in the House of delegates to abolish slavery in eighteen hundred. So we had hopes. Gentlemen I WANNA step in for a minute I. can see you're not finished with your conversation at all, and we been listening to say it really illuminating conversation by. Chief Justice Richard Guy, and the fourth president of the United States James Madison and they will be returning were this continuing series on swimming upstream were calling the president and the judge next month while there's no telling what they'll be talking about but I'm going to ask the president. At I like you so much more than some presidents I know. I. I. Ask the president to step forward a little egg. I happen to know Sir that you actually are available to go to schools and speak to children and young people and old people to. Help. Them understand a little about the framing of our country. So can can you can step? I know you go with a companion called Bill Lewis and I imagine he is who we would contact. But you can tell tell us how to get in touch with you like to set up a speech. Why yesterday that a very kind of you? You can find me on your magical. Internet. Web. We DOT President Madison. Dot Com. W. E. E. B. L. Y. Dot Madison Dot Com. And I am happy to come and talk Dolphin I've course had. So many children in the president's mansion we were covered with children are nieces or nephews, and so speaking with young people, I have always given the enormous pleasure and I should be pleased to come to your school. Due to come to your classroom to come to your meeting of any sort and talk about those issues of. The formation of the country in these early years I'm capable. Wonderful thank you so much for being here justice guy what give him the president a question. You would like him to be thinking of for next month and I'll ask you want to what would what would you like to know don't tell me yet go ahead now. Okay. John Jay whose first justice of the United States and got bored. And went on to become the governor of new New York. John Marshall who was my hero came into office and with the second in the most significant certainly of the times chief justices. I would like to talk springer politics with U. s sounds good. Don't you think do you have a quick question for Justice Guy? Well I've course who was. Absolutely, fascinated here about his role. I know that I don't know what you do. In my days of course we got a man would get on horseback and ride the circuit and I..
"james madison" Discussed on Swimming Upstream Radio Show
"World Your World War Two. You lost approximately. Point three percent of your population. In. The lifetime of your younger people since Vietnam, you've lost point zero zero one percent of your population in war better than microscopic number by contrast in the. Napoleonic wars Britain lost three percent of its population. France, which is significantly larger lost four percent of its population. They lost more men than pulling on wars than united. States has lost every foreign war it has ever fought combined. That is what we were terrified of. We did not want to go with each other. We will become Europe and eternal warfare. We go to warfare worked with each other for ever, and so we would make any compromise even. The compromise. On slavery. I did very specifically keep the word slavery out of the Constitution. I'm sure you're aware of the very famous speech that Frederick Douglass. Gave some years later where he emphasized that fact that not a single word of the constitution change for the country to abolish slavery entirely. So so that is our situation and I had no choice it was agreed compromise or Go to war. President. Jefferson said ones. Tree of liberty must be watered by the blood. A Patriarch's what do you think about that? What you follow a convention at Comes Judicial Convention. I cannot tell you how much I love at. Admire Thomas Jefferson. Were great friends. We spent enormous amount of time together discussing. Politics and science and.
"james madison" Discussed on Swimming Upstream Radio Show
"Silver to do business with England and France. They would not give us credit. And so we were. Our economy was a disaster and we were near going to war with each other Virginia and Maryland were almost as war over the Potomac. So we had the unified and it was brilliant men like Alexander Hamilton and And the Morris's Gouverneur, Morris and of course Robert Morrison. Chief Justice Oliver Ellsworth. All violent important bringing the country together making us a single nation and. The genius of the, Constitution Is Not, in its separation of powers or any detail within the constitution. Genius of the Constitution is compromises we made. That allowed all. States to ratify it. If you talk to me about deter a Tocqueville at and he's had great. French. Historian and philosopher I might add, and then you talk about Hamilton and how much you appreciate what Hamilton did but you broke with him later. Hamilton. Hamilton always saw the world from a different point of view when we like to emphasized Alexander Hamilton was born on Neva the little flyspeck of an island in the Caribbean his mother was poor his father was. Wasteful. He abandoned the the entire family. Alexander was. Nine or ten. And yet he was ambitious with clever and he was sponsored to come to New York to be educated where he was promptly befriended by one of the richest men in new. York. Introduced the wealthiest society in property became part of the top of society. Five combination of luck and skill. But. That is how he viewed the country and once we had the constitution once we knew that we were a single nation was the important thing then he started. Pushing for a more theory toward more authoritarian, more centralist view of power and we still want to. Keep power at the state level so much and so this is where our conflicts came. At. What moment justice guy I just like to remind our audience that they're listening to a conversation between a chief justice retired Richard Guy, the fourth president of the United States James Madison sorry perversity in but I wanted people to know what the dynamic was. Please continue. I was going to say he Davis a method of dealing with our financial problems. He usually federalist. Did you group of.
"james madison" Discussed on Swimming Upstream Radio Show
"Hello Welcome. It's time to join dorothy wilhelm with his very minute is swimming upstream because it isn't crowded there. This new show for people who want to break away from the ordinary and live as if it mattered. Let's get going Dorothy gets crappy if you keep waiting. This is Dorothy will help and I m still swimming upstream. But today I have come to a special destination. my my special guest today are going to present a series. We are beginning now and we're calling it the president and the judge and I went introduced my co host is Washington State Supreme Court retired Chief Justice Richard Guy. Ritchie. About Yourself. I grew up in spokane Washington and went to Gonzaga. University undergraduate school. Practice, law for our time. Disney teaching travel around the world married had children and was appointed the Supreme Court and reelected and here I am. Is a very good round up that, and here you are indeed and we are grateful and our other guests. Today has I, I don't like to tell you this serve, but he's traveled farther than you have. So let me introduce the the gentleman you'll be entered to interviewing today. Sir. Welcome. To the pleasure to be here. Thank you very much. James Madison Fourth President of the United States. Seventeen, seventy six. I was one of the young Turks it was way who took over from the revolution once the Revolution was finished what we needed was legislation, and that is something that I could do and I took it upon myself myself my good friend Alexander Hamilton. To ensure that the country should have a constitution which gave sufficient to power to the federal government. We could ensure our colonies would remain together a single country. United for the. became what became known as the spirit of seventy six that all men are created equal. Well Syria is such an honor to have you with us today and I think what we're hoping to see. This is sort of like the already the Osho you are there you know this is the one is that I know you must be wondering how all of the plans you made at all of the work you did came out what happened. So that's your head is oh, don't laugh. So, this is your chance to ask Chief Justice Guy About that of and and I. Know That Justice Guy has a lot of questions for you. I think we wanted to start with the constitution didn't. The Marvelous Okay Justice Scott. You got a question for the president. I do. Mr President. You had an incredible. Way a making people come together in in agreement. And masking how you did that because with the Continental Congress, Craciun the Constitution, the bill of rights you put that together please tell me. I. If justice you do me too much honour. Yes. I was central in the constitution. It's formation and the calling for the convention in the first place but I certainly would not call myself the father of the Constitution I have turned out Matt honor many times in my life. There were too many other people involved in it..
Premier League: Manchester United Qualify for Champions League
"Manchester United and Chelsea qualify for the Champions League. UNITED WITH A to victory over less than meanwhile Chelsea without win against walls sees all. You're going to show and frank. Lampard side make it into the top four less city, but let's not forget with fifteen points Clare of fifth on New Year's. They dropped the ball completely in twenty twenty and have to make do with Europa League football dodgson staving echo with us, stevie united with win on the season. You one of the harshest critics so all. He's proved you wrong, isn't he? Host you? Listen the. You, you can't see that. Qualifying for the champions. League is not success. For, all the Because as You know ended a day. I think the biggest and the main reason why the option because when transfer marquette. Bought Bruno Fernandes without that piece of business. This this would happen so listen. He always asked to coach the team and he obviously had a hand and say Bruno Fernandes Oh yeah as I said. It's success. I'm not convinced that he can take them from from. Champions League qualifies to actually vying for the title against Liverpool in city I still. The way way off and I still think they have to say more players, but yes, but all they get into the champions lease as a success. But he's had plenty of time. Your United Stat Dome. That now. All you early I mean they close form then they all Liverpool, which is incredible thirty two from Bouma. Thirty three away from Liverpool, and it's not the right time in because I think that the well getting into jump and say those incredible finish I agree with Stevie. Bruno Fernandes doesn't come in. At this, all thing is that. Is Jason for Non Stop the season? Why did they wait until John? Rudy Sunan done I will never ever. No nothing deserves credit ease. That's big name. Players go shifted the dynamic inside the dressing room. He's might young is made them hungrier. There have been assigned to watch is not too many egos at the football club anymore, and you have a job on the summer. Trying to convince big plans like will stay on. And then chartwell tracked maybe three or four plans to try and give him so titled Till Next Season Way to they need to add to the squad don. I was still like say them. With a recognized number nine I get the argument where people think that Mason Green was going to lead the line, and maybe the could bring in some more to plan the rights on side because I'm not convinced marcial. Yet again I think the such a good player net. He's not consistent enough. And Watching Higher Maguire today and Victor Lindelof as a pair. I mean less than without James Madison. Pereira without Soyeoun shoe without some of their very best players, another about that was missing volley at Indiana Joe Coast to center offs problems time after time after time, and this under-strength less decide so I would like to see, and if they all going to try and compete again can get closer to the city. Liverpool in my opinion, need Weltklasse Center
Seattle police clear 'occupied' area, make arrests
"Police in Seattle spent weeks responding to protest with patients. During the height of the George Floyd protests. People took over a small part of the city. They call that the Capitol Hill organized protest or chop. They called for changes in policing and the local police gave them space until the mood soured, and police moved in yesterday, NPR's Martin case reports from Seattle. The chops started when police here made a tactical decision to abandon the local precinct building in the face of huge nightly protests three weeks ago, But early yesterday morning they were back and enforce. Everybody was ordered to leave the streets and park. Those who didn't were arrested, where, by 10 a.m. The remaining protesters have been pushed to a perimeter, closely guarded by police returns, is one of the elder statesman of the shop. A man with a little force and little force came back to him. But we already Bay history. The city came in with more than just cops. They brought in social services for the homeless people who joined the camp as well as heavy machinery to remove the barriers, tents and other debris from the streets and the adjoining park. They say they'll have to keep the area off limits to non residents for 10 days as crews assess damage and clean things up. I was just done by the amount of graffiti, garbage and property destruction. That's the police chief Carmen Best. Weeks ago, she said that abandoning the precinct was not her decision. And now she seems gratified that the police are back. If anybody wants to protest and do so peacefully and exercise their right, we certainly encouraged that. What we can't have that we saw there where people were entrenched where crimes and lawlessness were occurring where people were being assaulted. Rape robbery on as you know, two murders. It was those murders, part of a recent rash of shooting incidents in and around the chopped that seemed to have pushed the city tow Act. The defenders of the chops say they're not to blame for those shootings was all gang violence. Every single shooting was gang related. This is James Madison, or at least that's the name he goes by here. He's well known as having been part of chops, Volunteer security effort, a photo of him holding a semiautomatic rifle of the entrance. The chop was picked up by websites around the world. But yesterday he was ambling around the new perimeter, making small talk with the police and lamenting the difficulty that he and his colleagues had had keeping this neighborhood safe. So towards the end when the shooting started to happen. At that point, we decided we're gonna start pulling out because he saw what we refer to as a power vacuum that power vacuum has also felt by some local business owners. They sued the city last week, accusing it of abandoning them. Residents also felt the strain to hear Has Ebola and his wife have an apartment inside the chop, he says. While he supports the protester's aims, Toward the end, he started to feel as if he was being held hostage. We were watching fights happen almost everyday daily. So like I was jockeying for position and giving orders and authority and somebody's waving a gun and saying I'm in charge of some gestures of with the band says No. I'm in charge and give us a taste of what being a lawless World would look like even some of the most dedicated supporters of the protest here have come around to the idea that the occupation camping out was a mistake. Asia Morgan is a young African American woman from Tacoma. I'm a believer that if we are going to protest, we should keep it moving, be like water. Guerrilla warfare. This isn't this isn't something that you just sit and fight like this is a constant battle, and city officials say they welcome that the police chief repeated her support for lawful protests and a continuing conversation about reimagining police. Well, the mayor said she's already planning to cut tens of millions of dollars from the Police Department budget.
"james madison" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"james madison" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"Year, just a a written safety test wall like eighteen thirty questions, or whatever the driver's license best is and a and a weapons school with a rifle, shotgun and a handgun. And from there that entered the right to bear arms there at the owner bear arms, and what you pass those. You you had your Gig again. You can go do it and. Then you can go, and I believe you should be able to purchase any type of weapon. You wish machine guns. They hooded because. Well also all gun. Laws are fringed laws, the takeaway and classify certain types of firearms and weapons platforms as like illegal I believe those are those are illegal types of gun laws. But legal types of gun laws would be like something like. A gun. And it has to be it has to be a will issue impasse with the exception of A. A mental health history in the last two years of a proven in. Head to do harm to others. Jot It so. That's opinion on. So for the front audience at home that does not know who cody Wilson is and correct me if I'm wrong. But my understanding is that he was three. He was one of the guys big guys. Three D. printing guns, and then he invented some kind of device that would let you sort of like not three d print, but it would like a cad file. Create your own. Ar Fifteen receiver, but also. He started Hadrian which is like a Patriot on for people who get kicked off Patriots. That's where he gets. Racist. And then then you mentioned that he taught with a sixteen year old prostitute. He's like very controversy. Right, AM I. Know you're you're you're spot on? He's done a lot of really controversial things. The Patriots for people who got kicked off the patriarch was the big deal because he believes in the right to free speech regardless of your opinion and he's he's very. He's very well versed in founding, fathers, documents and ideas and ideals He's read all the federalist papers he's Read I. Federal's paper fourteen James Madison talked very heavily about why the rich bear arms, but they're there to protect the rights of the people. especially the right to free speech. and. He believes in all of that to politics possible. Then becomes. A little controversial, because a lot of people don't believe in them at that level and somebody's walking into my jeep and pointing their phone directly at me again. Why are these plants trying to get in my head and I me so hard? We have we have so many confirmed both SPD plants like all. Plants they do not lend in very well huckabee him. Back Yeah, so he doesn't really controversial things because. She believes? In things to a level where it becomes a controversial topic, so but if we go back to the so the US. It's basically It's A. Steel mill machine. For you dropping Jay again, a block of steel oray a what's called an eighty percent lower, which is an unseen realized weapons lower that is not completed. It has more than eighty percent of you lower still in hacked. Got It. Yeah so. Those are not regulated by the by the at all. You can buy them onto your life. You can toss in your desk honor with the proper Jig and Our five hours later, depending on which weapons pop former. Whatever you put in there, you now have a functional firearm receiver. Yeah. That's. I had to ask you about the patch. Because it's the only one you're wearing, it's a you know. It's I know that patches mile come and take instead of a candidates a file. And it refers to. Basically, it's no longer illegal to possess like the files to three. D print a gun, right? In. It is still in several states. California New York New Jersey on New York is relaxed it a lot. New Jersey has had a really big case yet but there's a there's a decent bit of states. It's still legal to possess certain files with intent to distribute them. So got it so Yeah, the patch I mean if I didn't ask you about it out here from it with my listeners like a glaring thing. I guess that's like an interesting. Part of this conversation to and like. You're talking among three percents. Yeah like is. Here's the kicker the patch though the second part of that is so they got defense distributed got a license from the US state. Department release the CAD design files of the M for the M16. The M. Nine and I. Want to say one other rifle I am linking on the I WanNa say it was the The Needle Bonelli the the the Benelli Schalken. The US military uses as the marine, corps in the army and the navy just switch back to the Benelli. And so they gotta lessons from the US Department to release these files in public. Because the neigh- found a legal loophole. And I don't WanNa. Say exploited so much as You. You. You cut out Allie. States cut for a minute. Yeah, it's. It's okay you can keep going actually. Yeah then. shooed distributed, and they needed a way to get the legal money together, so they came up with this patch, which is play on the original. Come and take it. Will Cannon in the middle. With a file and let's say it was rifleman it is your time..
"james madison" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"The order of hundreds per hour as security team members. That's myself especially that wild. So Brandon's on here. That's my co host Nice to meet you. What would you What can we call you? Let's go with James Madison. That's what I've been going by since day. One out here all right so I mean what I know so far. Is that you? You're down at What's known as Chaz or chop I guess in Seattle shop now job in the been the mutual agreements. Transition from Chas to chop. Hill by protests and specifically. I mean I want. Hear all about this, but specifically you. have been like there's a picture of you that got taken and you've been photo shopped into all these articles and you had like this brief. Weird viral moment I guess of you hogging still slow in the the different parts of the Internet, finding the memes get better. Yeah, so my favorite one is Somebody shot me in in black and white to the the female suffrage movement. Oh, wow. Really Cool, so can you explain like? How'd you get involved with Being down at the. Chop. How'd you what led up to you getting photographed right there? There there briefly. Oh, yeah I was saying what ll what led up to you being photographed in that picture. So we had we kind of the security operation seemed got a threat little basis. zero through four zero is everything's all good. It's usually. Poor am to eight am around zero zero threat little one is. We've got like a verbal argument or something going on somewhere that we're tracking in like it's starting to get a he did to. Is well? We have confirmed white supremacist groups in the area or on scene, but they're not being aggressive. Three is where they are being aggressive or they're being aggressive, but they've got like Terry Weapons and. And, like the possibility for risk is. we threat little three when that photo was taken. We had a a white. pick-up truck, flying trump twenty twenty flag, circling affirmative and had three guys in it like they will lifted. Style dig up drunk and had the trump twenty twenty in the back of big old proud boys sticker in the back window. And then circled our perimeter. Probably Twenty or twenty one times at that point they pulled away and stopped in a parking lot across from my friends, building a couple of blocks away and you let me know. And you told me you know. The two guys got now with AK forty seven's and got in the back, and they came back and circle our perimeter again. like Iraqi technical style. Yeah it was. It was terrifying for me. Because I've been overseas a few times now and well. I never thought I'd have to face a threat like that at all. Wait, so you've. Are you Ma'am member? Ex members of the military yourself. Yes. Interesting and so that's like infused. You've been doing security down at this Organize Protests I. Guess it's called now, right. Yes. I've been down here. I've been down here. I've been following since day. One is actually on a flight back up here from California. On Day One And on D., two is started coming out here and helping out some of the rest of the crew and. People realize pretty quickly. I've got I've got a good head on my shoulders and I know what I'm doing and talking about because we haven't really had an incident task threat level three's since then other than Not last night, but the night before. So so okay so basically. I want to get a little more into that moment. You so there was that threat level. The proud boys pickup truck happened you. Did. You have your rifle on you at the time, or did you go and fetch it? I went and fetched it I. Keep US so my black jeep is also kind been over threat twitter 'cause. I follow him around when they leave our premier to figure out what their vehicles are sale. Know my car And of course. It's off so I keep my jeep close by wherever I'm out of either down at twelve and Pike, which is kind of our main entry like our main barricade, because it's just a long street, flat, road and It's kind of our biggest concern in terms of people trying to come in and run people. archie, my jeep up. There is something.
"james madison" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"I. Don't know exactly who they were, but it was like people that felt like they were there to menace people inside the the zone. So this particular person got his Ar fifteen in his equipment on and kind of stood posed at one of the barricades to sort of send a signal like do not try and enter here. Someone took a photograph that that photograph got made available to get him edges. And someone at Fox News took that one posing a getty image that I was a nighttime shot and started. Shopping at incompetent of other thumbnails, so if you looked at what was supposed to be a video of like. Downtown. events going on, you would see this. One image of this guy standing there with an air fifteen photo shopped into the thumbnail on the via when it went up on facebook places, and they were taking images from you know. Burning buildings is a minneapolis a week ago and similarly making some males or comping the Minnesota that was what was happening in this neighborhood in Seattle. Right now all of which is like incredibly deceptive and dishonest, and not something that a genuine new source should be should be doing. They kind of got called out by all the other media and tried to peddle it off as having been like a photo illustration as their that excuses it. It and then I think eventually did take it down. But for this one man, all of a sudden he was living mean and being like made to seem as the entire thing. Was this like arms bunker mad max barter town, kind of thing, which is not really the case suspending more time talking to him in like the surreal thing he'd gone through with that new cycle of a couple of days ago, he revealed himself to be like a fairly interesting character and I'm hoping that you guys will allow have a conversation with them and see what he's comfortable talking about and and filling you guys in on. You absolutely I mean so I'm I've been talking to him on signal and Dude I'm supposed to talk to him at eleven am tomorrow morning to I don't. It'll be interesting to see. Is there anything else I need to know before going and I guess like? Why don't WANNA how no? It's weird because I'm recording this. Let's say off Mike Yeah Yeah. Off Mike I. So I ended up talking to lance a little bit more. Off The record, I mean essentially. he described a little bit more of just getting to know this guy, and and the tails sky was telling and and just kind of the stuff. You're seeing down there. Chaz Chop. and. This episode is going to be US talking to this guy. That lance met his He goes by James Madison once again. He's become kind of famous now as the dude with the air, fifteen that's being photoshopped into all sorts of new articles. But this is this is a very very strange story. It's I'm going to be presenting this unedited. And, kind of without context because. I don't even know what to make of it myself quite yet, this is. I do think this is a story that needs to be told. I think it's one of those that's just best. Presented really without an angle. I'm just GONNA dump our whole call on their essentially Because this is a truly very very unique time in history And I I have no way fact checking what this guy is telling me but I do think this is super important more than anything. It's just a weird time I mean. This is a guy. WHO This is a young guy in his twenty s with his friends around the same age, and they're running around downtown. Seattle with fifteen's protecting a section of the city that they took over, and they're protecting it from other bad guys with with Ar Fifteen S. With their own intentions and these are all. New Emerging Political Factions And emerging political ideologies that I think. Most people. Don't even know about. And in the case of Chaz or chop, people are calling it now. I don't even think we know what to make of that quite yet. I think it changes day by day, and the end has not come for. The Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone and we don't really even know where it's headed or. How will be talked about in history books? But what this episode is! Going to be a raw call with this guy. Who Will Call James And I I, think you should just listen and and decide for yourself what to think more than anything. This is very fascinating and I do think we're living through history right now and This is a direct glimpse into a very very bizarre part of it. So without further ado, I present you. The unedited call. With, the man known as James Madison. Welcomed the but still. Hello. How's IT gone? Pretty good I'm doing my usual being an online soup. Thing infecting myself. Yeah well I mean whatever works man. Yeah now I gotta be going to. Be Super careful we get. Death threats on.
Trump's former chief of staff John Kelly: 'we need to look harder at who we elect'
"Former trump White House chief of staff retired Marine. General John Kelly today, adding his voice to the chorus of former top trump officials, not just dismayed with President Trump's handling of the current crisis, but worried Kelly agreeing with former defense secretary. James Madison's withering assessment of trump as As someone who seeks to divide the American people someone not mature enough to run the country. Saying quote I think we need to look harder at who we elect. What is their character like? What are their ethics
"james madison" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"W. CBM Baltimore range taking over the mid week forecast as a front sweeps in from the west or what can I. fifty degrees increasing rain chances for the late night and Wednesday quarter inch plus totals tomorrow looks like fifty high tomorrow fifty three Thursday with the previous day the week with some sunshine at sixty six and then another blast of cold coming in with the front on Friday rain showers high sixty degrees colder for the weekend find out more and more the weather channel on talk radio six eighty W. CBM the W. C. B. M. studios are brought to you by safe retirement solutions call rob burrow we four one zero two six six eleven twenty save for retirement solutions dot com hi this is state every Saturday morning from eight to ten AM the show was called you oughta know expert information on the repair of vehicles flea market and your phone calls the most powerful names and talk you want to know talk radio six eighty WCBS am the following program has been pre recorded no broadcasting both from the files of the hidden somewhere under the brick and steel over nondescript building we once again made contact without a leader the end hello America I'm mark live in our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one before we jump in and we're gonna jump in full ma'am both feeder ready when the title story about something that happened on this date how may fifth seventeen eighty seven is written by Joseph Ellis at the American heritage great historian how may five seventeen eighty seven James Madison arrived in Philadelphia it's important remember this because your liberties are being destroyed particularly by iron fisted blue state megalomania X. he was a diminutive young Virginian about five feet three inches tall hundred thirty pounds in thirty six years old who it so happened had thought more deeply about the political problems posed by the current government under the orders of confederation than any other American.
"james madison" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Having these conflicts James Madison pointed out that the legislative executive and judicial departments must in the exercise of their functions be guided by the text of the constitution according to its own interpretation of it each according to its own interpretation of it it was recognized that there would be friction similarly in federal is fifty one Madison pointed out that the great security against a gradual concentration of the several powers in the same department consisting giving to those who administer each department the necessary constitutional means and personal motives to resist encroachment of the others this is checks and balances this friction this clashing between the branches it is not evidence of an impeachable offense it's the separation of powers and its practical operation it's part of the constitutional design now the proper in historically accepted way that these disagreements have been resolved is through the constitutionally mandated accommodations process courts have explained that the branches are required to engage in accommodations process to resolve disagreements where there's a clash over demand for information as the DC circuit has explained when Congress asked for information from the executive branch that triggers quote an implicit constitutional mandate to seek optimal accommodation of the needs of the conflicting branches end quote the goal is to accommodate the needs of both branches to reach a compromise if that accommodation process fails Congress has other tools at its disposal to address the disagreement the has traditionally has proceeded the contents to a vote on a contempt resolution in recent times the house is taken in the position that it may see when the courts to determine the validity of its subpoenas and secure an injunction to enforce them now the house managers have pointed out that the trump administration when it was suiting began case and other cases taken the view that those cases are not justiciable an article.
North Dakota State holds off James Madison for 8th FCS title in 9 years
"North Dakota state with its eight FCS championship in nine years the bison just defeated James Madison twenty eight twenty they win their third straight NC double a title at this point lets the cigarettes your freshman Trey lance by the way was the championship games most outstanding player thirty carries a hundred and sixty six yards including a forty four yard touchdown scramble to open the fourth quarter so they get yet another win as North Dakota state continues
A brief history of presidents visiting troops in combat
"The only civil war battle that took place in Washington the battle of Fort Stevens President Abraham Lincoln gotten his carriage one evening and made an extra ordinary request he wanted to go see the fighting nobody of course not this was a very good idea but Lincoln did and off he went Lincoln wanted to support the Union troops he wanted to see the situation with his own eyes and he very nearly got himself killed as Brown's zipped over his top hat young officers shouted get down you fool. Lincoln Secretary of war Edwin Stanton was so worried about his boss that he ordered silence to evacuate winking was not happy he said I thought I was commander in chief Lincoln was not the first president to step foot on an American battlefield president James Madison was at the battle of Bladensburg during the war eighteen twelve but Lincoln's visit is often cited by historians in recounting the importance of presidents visiting troops in or near war zones to better grasp conditions to reverse public doubts into signal to both US and enemy forces the country took war efforts seriously veterans have split on the value of such visits with some suggesting that these so-called dog and pony show IOS obscure the realities of war and drain military resources to keep the president safe true or not these visits provide lasting symbolic images of presidents as commanders in war military as well as all the requirements team allied commander in Europe during World War Two Eisenhower made a bold campaign promise days before he won the nineteen fifty two presidential election I shall go to Korea our said the conflict there was spinning out of Control and Eisenhower promised to review reflieffactor military political and psychological to be mobilized in speeding a just peace eisenhower made good on his promise the next month as president elect he visited commanders and surveyed Chinese North Korean positions from spotter aircraft dressed in a thick parka. Eisenhower squatted on an ammunition crate and ate lunch shoulder to shoulder with soldiers photos of Eisenhower there were symbolically important showing him as a hands on leader but the visit had important policy implications to confirming Eisenhower's belief that the war had become a stalemate Eisenhower brokered an armistice later that July and set after that we could not stand forever on a static front and continued to accept casualties without any visible results according to historian Michael Beschloss and his new book presidents of war speedy and reliable air travel after the nine I'm too blunt negative public opinion Johnson stood in a jeep at Cameron Bay choked up Johnson told his troops I could not begin to thank every man in Vietnam for what is doing
Presidential historian explains impeachment process
"With the speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi backing an impeachment inquiry into president trump we started wondering about other presidents who've been impeached president Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton were both impeached by the house of representatives and eventually acquitted by the Senate here's Chief Justice William Rehnquist back in nineteen ninety nine it is therefore ordered in a judge that the said William Jefferson Clinton be any hereby is acquitted of the charges in this that articles president Richard Nixon resigned in nineteen seventy four before the house could impeach him I shall resign the presidency effective at noon tomorrow joining me now to walk us through all this history is John Meachem presidential historian Pulitzer Prize winning author and co author of the twenty eighteen book impeachment in American history welcome to the takeaway John thanks so much let's start with the way that impeachment came into our constitution what was the intent behind article two section four of the constitution which spells out impeachment it was a tend to eat at yet another check and balance to what was a document that is James Madison put it was designed to make ambition counter act and dish the sense was that there had to be some check on a wall was president you can be impeached for bribery treason or other high crimes and misdemeanors the phrase from the English common law it's undefined as Gerald Ford later said a high crime misdemeanors whatever the house of representatives decides at a given point it is
Johnson's Suspension Of Parliament Was 'Unlawful,' U.K. Court Rules
"Support for NPR comes from James Madison University named for the man known as the father of the US constitution presenting the next Madison Vision Series Lecture on November fourth learn more at J. Dot Mu Slash Civic British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has lost big votes again and again in parliament and now he has suffered a huge defeat in court the UK Supreme Court has ruled against the prime minister. Let's remember Johnson suspended parliament for five weeks in what was seen seen as an effort to limit debate on Brexit. Will that is the act that the court has found to be illegal and let's bring. NPR's Frank Langfitt who is in the English seaside aside city of Brighton this morning frank. Hey Good Morning David. What exactly is the court saying here well if you remember. David Johnson argued that he needed this long extension so we could work on his legislative agenda but lady Brenda Hall. She was speaking for the eleven justices this morning and she said the suspension effectively prevented legislators from doing their job. This is the way that she put it. It had the effect of frustrating or preventing the ability of parliament want to carry out its constitutional functions without reasonable justification. Okay frank a big setback for the prime minister. I mean after a series as of setbacks in parliament now defeated in the courts date has not WanNa vote yet. So how is he is. He sounding still upbeat. Well it's interesting he is. He's going along with this. I don't think he has any choice. This was such a resounding verdict from the Supreme Court but he also says he's going to continue with this policy which the plan is we've been talking about is for Britain to leave the European Union on October thirty first one way or the other Johnson of course is in New York for the UN General Assembly meeting and a and here's what he had to say from New York. Obviously this is a but we will respect. We respect the judicial process. I have to say I strongly disagree with what the justices found I didn't think it's writes but we will go ahead and correspondent post-partum comeback. I think is a good case for getting with the Queen's speech anyway. We'll do that and David when he says the Queen's speech what he's talking talking about is he his legislative agenda which he is planned he's supposed to give on October fourteenth so he does plan to go through with that but House Speaker John Berko he he says that parliament will tomorrow and we'll see how they spend that time certainly we're gonNA probably hear a lot more criticism and scrutiny of Johnson's policies in in the days and weeks ahead and practically I mean what what does this mean for among other things specs it in this October thirty deadline politically this. This is yet another setback for Boris Johnson but I don't think you're going to see him back down at all. He's already said to his party. I'm going to do this do or die and he has. I don't think he has a lot of choice there. we are expecting a general election coming up in November or December and certainly Johnson knows that if he goes back on his word he could lose a lot of voters in his greatest fear. Most people who who followed his career his greatest fear would be actually not being able to stay as prime minister and and serving not a very long time well and that brings up the opposition the opposition leader Pro Labor Party and you're actually covering their convention right in in Britain I mean would they have had their own problems. As as this brexit process of been going they have had their own problems. David one thing is they've not been able to come up with a policy that is clear. They're kind of straddling the fence on this but I gotta say today this morning for Labor. This was a a big victory. They were euphoric very excited. Jeremy Corbyn the Labor leary came out on stage. He said this verdict showed that had contempt for democracy heat abused power and this. This is how corporate put it. I invite Boris Johnson in the historic words to consider his position. The become the shortest serving prime ministers have obeyed okay frank. Let's summarize British politics in turmoil and we have no idea what it happens in Brexit is that said about where we still are feels like. It's been that for more than eight years. David N._p._R.'s Frank Langfitt reporting this morning. Thanks so much have you David.
Trump's pick for acting defense secretary had long career at Boeing
"Terrorist attack tomorrow. It doesn't take many people to the stage and attack we need to know who's coming across that border. So far is pages. Raised over sixteen million dollars on his go fund me page kovic says that if it's sixty three million people who voted for Trump each pledge eighty dollars. The wall will be able to be built covert says if the page doesn't reach its billion dollar goal, he'll return all the money. You're listening to the six AM. Expanded newsfeed. I'm Katrina scales. We bring you fifteen straight minutes of news, weather and traffic with no commercials. Well, let's five tries working through technical issues. Severe weather and even the pressure of a vice presidential visit until finally space x launched their last rocket of twenty eighteen the most powerful GPS satellite built to date was launched yesterday. The falcon nine rocket was originally set to blast off on Tuesday. But was delayed due to weather concerns. It was the twenty first and final launch of the year setting a record for SpaceX Wyoming employee employer is being sued for allegedly forcing religious beliefs on an employee. In a federal lawsuit. Julie Rohrabacher claims that when she was hired as an occupational therapist at Teton therapy in Lander, Wyoming, the company's owner pressured her to take Scientology courses as a condition of employment. Rohbock claims court documents that owner Jeff McMenemy declined to promote her and forced her to resign in two twenty thirteen after she refused to enroll in church of Scientology courses, she suing under the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four which prohibits religious harassment at work. No comment from McMenemy or his lawyer on the lawsuit. Dave Packer, ABC news. Retiring Defense Secretary James Madison's, putting a signature on the order to withdraw US troops from Syria. Retired army Colonel Jack Jacobs says the move is a win for Russia. They don't care about Bushell. Alyssa, they care about expanding their influence into Africa and into the Mediterranean, by the way, I think you're doing the wrong thing when Vladimir Putin says you're doing the right thing specifics about the draw down. Haven't been made public yet. But it's expected to start in the next couple of weeks Madison announced his decision to resign just days ago over policy differences with Trump. Aaa says five million Floridians will be on the road this holiday season. It's your car up to the trip. News ninety six point five. Magic mechanic, Larry Perry recommend you check tire pressure and tread depth, including despair, it's common. Many folks will have a tire pressure warning light to come on because air will also can dance and tire pressures will read lower and Larry says if you're driving into cold weather areas up north make sure your car's antifreeze is fresh and he says make sure that batteries been tested. Dave all news ninety six point five WDBO. What's that trick you put the coin right into your use a quarter? And you put it into your tread to see how much treads left, right? Yeah. And if you can see the top of Washington's head, then it's it's little long the ball side. Okay. Got it. Thank you. You at all, right, traffic and weather every six minutes, and then we're going to have ABC's Jim Ryan. Join us live right now. It's the five day forecast. Brought to you by Tupi tire and auto service. It's a cool start on this christmasy, but we're going to rebound nicely into the upper sixty s to near seventy one degrees. The metro Orlando for today big area of high pressure building across the Bahamas and towards south Florida.
Mattis resigns after clash with Trump over troop withdrawal from Syria
"So the Trump administration. Aides told the new. Times that the president became increasingly furious in the days following Madison's resignation letter the times reporting added that the president initially did not understand just how forceful rejection of his strategy Mr Batten haddish should because people took that resignation. And they really parse that out. They went sentence by sentence as they're going to do this. Don't like the president. Yes. So so here, here's General Mattis who a lot of people love except the left. Didn't love him. Remember, President Obama fired him in two thousand thirteen didn't even call him. He found out when an aide told him he'd been replaced. Yes. Not not a word from the left on that at all. They were silent about that. Like, well, who cares? He fired back. They didn't care about that. At all. Now, they love him because the because he's resigning, and so he's not going to be serving for President Trump's are. Now, they love him. And and President Trump's a horrible person for letting him go, right? So you so you're here's how here's here's the ark of serving your country these days, if you serve inside of this administration as at as you are serving in the administration, you are Beasley Bob you are Satan incarnate. If you're Rex Tillerson, if you're on Orosa, if your James Mattis, you are doing nothing, but ushering in the seven horsemen of the apocalypse. Now, if you decide to leave the administration or you're fired and instead of. And if you even relatively dunk on the administration just Mattis was just a little dunk on Rosa course, was kind of like half court. Michael Jordan at the end of Space Jam kinda dunk. Doesn't matter. Then you'll become a cult hero. All right. Then suddenly it's like yes Queen. Okay. Yes. Queen re Rex Tillerson like yes, come on. We love you. We love you. Exxon Mobil executive because you're saying mean mean things about the administration. So that's that's the career. That's the career arc of anyone coming in the comings and goings of the Trump administration, and that's summed it up beautifully. So so the this is again awkward, this is apparently a behind the scenes based on stories from people who have no authority to talk. Of course, of course, unnamed sources though, isn't it funny, Mary that is always increasingly furious. Like every one of these stories is always Trump becomes increasingly furious. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Well, he's unhinged. And we have to have that parody of him of being unhinged. Because he has to be insane. What he's doing in that? Because all of the people, of course, who voted for him are racist on Saturday. The president tweeted that he gave Mattis quote, a second chance after Barack Obama ingloriously fired him, which is true. Mattis led the US central command for two thousand ten to twenty thirteen. And then he disagreed with the Obama administration on Iran and rather than allow him to resign President Obama fired him, but didn't tell him he was fired because that's that's classy, Trump wrote some thought I shouldn't. I thought I should interesting relationship. But I also gave all of the resources that he never really had allergies are very important. But not when they take advantage of the US. So the president was speaking there about giving him a second chance some thought I shouldn't I thought I should. So I did he never had the resources that I gave him but. A lot of people are pointing to the line in James Madison's resignation where he talks about allies being important to the United States. And how we can't just turn our back on our allies. A lot of people are talking about the the Kurds that the United States has a habit of of arming the Kurds. We train the Kurds because they they fight against the fight against ISIS. They're they're they're loyal to us. And then we we leave them, right? We do it. We do time and time again, I don't know. How often we think they're going to stay loyal to us because we do it to them time and time again, I don't pretend to know that much about Syria to be able to speak about it with any kind of authority. So I'm going to say that I don't know the I don't know it's been going on for years and years. Does anyone have MS? Right. All the different players and everything else. I hear I have obviously we've heard about the Kurds over and over and over again and how they're like the one bastion of sanity in a sea of insanity. And that's apparently we're leaving them again. Right. And so now they're going to be slaughter. Yeah. Not not not really, I if you look at all the controlling forces in the region, the Kurds are absolutely surrounded by extremists and surrounded by very very dangerous people with this going to work out. Well for them God. Let's hope it's Christmas Eve, let's say a prayer. But this is a tough world when America leaves region, it certainly is a vacuum. And it is and there's only two thousand troops that are leaving that we have there. But that was enough to keep some stability. But we have not just Democrats. We've Republicans who are also not happy with this. And are speaking out about it as well. So we'll see. That develops presents. Got a lot on his
"james madison" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"He's just moments away. This is Rhode Island Bland's football now with a coal of the game here. Steve McDonald and Terry Lynch. All right. Welcome back. The file we're ready to go about half the way for Showtime. You're talking Terry. You look at the preseason polls. You about to take out the university of Rhode Island and game number ten on the season. One more to go at home against Hampshire at noon next Saturday. Hopefully have a great graph that eight seven four Rams or go Rhody dot com. For ticket information New Hampshire really getting their wheels turning to get some guys healthy, and they went beat James Madison last weekend. And they're feeling good about themselves. So that's going to be a tough one. You look at it. And all but one of the first place voting's at the beginning of the year CA preseason poll went to the two teams have Rhode islander still to play GM you received all but three of the votes for first place. And then UNH was the second place team in the preseason poll with two first place votes along the way. So what we have left is what many people thought were the two best teams in the league. Now, UNH UNH's not perform to that level jam. You is hitting a little bump in the road as well. But you can't lie with what you see in that precedes Paul you look at it number three, his Delaware. Rhode Island knocked him off the first week, and they have a law sent now before Stony per gallon. Played them have a five was play them. Number eight was made in Rhode Island, a minor the two real Cinderella stories of this you you look at Maine, and they they weren't they were picked very low this year, and they come out and played very very well. And. You just never know in this league while we're talking yesterday was sitting in the airport and talking about how the the CIA is the SEC of the FCS, you know, level football. So you look at top to bottom in this league anytime anywhere, and you put up against anybody in the country, and and and they'd hold their own. So it's it's a great conference. We've said it'll all along and every chance today to really put themselves on the map, and I'm talking about Rhode Island coming down here, and and putting one in the left hand column here and and move on and secure themselves a winning season for the first time since two thousand and one map Pires back to return as well. As of course Dorsey, and you know, you look at this game and a lot of different ways. And one of the ways you look at it kick return you've got two of the best kick returners in the league. This one's going to go to piracy, and he's gonna call for a fair catch you're going get a twenty five yard line there. Look like there was a lot of room for him to me. To to run right there. I don't know if they said to him if it's not to Dorsey than anybody else. Fair catches. So you never know what they're telling him down there. But it's and kudos to James Madison. Harvard couldn't figure out not to kick to eleven but they did. Yeah. Exactly. You are I in the kick return number four and kick returns number two and punt returns damn used number two and kick returns and number one in punt return. So they gotta go on his, well, let's see Kenny on the right side of the line back to pass and looking over the top why down under through Coulter at the forty yard line culture was at the forty had to reach back to the forty two to try to bring it in. And couldn't get both hands on the football. And bring it in Lawson had them wide open headed to the end zone on the first play from scrimmage, but could not connect. Well, you know, you talked about Morlin number six their corner. So they got him. They got him being aggressive. They ran a slant and a go so any and he bit all over the slant. He and culture went straight up the field that he was wide open. Ten fifteen yards downfield. Right. Second down and ten trips to the right side. Lawson fakes a handoff throws into the between the hash. Mark. Parker. Parker makes the catch at the thirty five yard line picks up about. Nine yards enough to move on to change. I can give them a full ten on that one in Rhode Island gets the first down. We're going to have to do it the hard way they had one sitting in their hands points. First play from scrimmage, you talk about having doubt creep into your mind. If you're James Madison after last week's debacle up in New Hampshire, and then the first play they they stick a seven yard touchdown on you Parker and motion now. So it's twins to either Shad one remaining back from the Boston takes it. Looks at down the same way on the sideline. The connect with Parker out of bounds inside the thirty. Rhode Island's got another first down there. Deep into J M U territory and the offense for an island against one of the best defense is really in the country in j m you really having a good day near miss on the first one first down past ten yards to Parker than over the shoulder to Parker down inside the thirty market at the twenty eight. Yeah, he just went one on one down the field through the football over that right shoulder. Very nice thrown a nice catch down. The field puts them at the twenty eight yard line first and ten segment Jones out there. With lawson. He's going to get the hand off Kutch wants through the line dies forward to the twenty five yard line. Picks up about four maybe five yards and named Jones has really come out of the scene for Allen. They had some trouble was O'Brien out and Jones was able to pick up the slack. Now. They have a pretty good too headed attack. There was some debt behind them at that running back position. You gotta love that call to Steve that I play the game run the slant and go and get a guy that's really aggressive to the football. He bit all over the slant and Colt was able to really just press him down the field. Great great, call on that first downplay trips to the left side. Beauvais Parker and Coulter inside out from the shotgun. Lofting it over the top looking for both of his hands at the two yard line. Incomplete. Oh, he tried to score a touchdown before he had caught the football. You had a about a step and a half on the defender. And he just kind of looked to the end zone before we secured that football. I want you have to put on. On Lawson that one to culture down the sideline because he under throw him this time, but a retina breadbasket of Marvin Beauvais above as you said was kind of advancing before he had the ball in his hands. And it cost him six points to two near misses by Rhode Island. Hopefully, they punch one home here. So they don't have to live to regret this trips to the left side one of the right back to pass his loss of loss and gets it sideline complete above the twenty ankle tackle at the eighteen yard line is going to bring him down the guy that got to him to make that tackle was tab, Patrick sophomore linebacker. That's good enough to move. The chain sounds going to give her down the first down in ten. Going back to him after he drops that runs a little flat route to the left side and a pick route. Is Parker went to the slant. Route came off his office rarin nice little thrown first down. Kenny is on the left side line is he h back handoffs is going to go to name Jones Jones pounds at across at fifteen down to about the fourteen yard line gain of about three round mostly going to the air trying to keep modest on the ground. Can he's gonna come out Joey Kenny and back in will be the extra receiver for an island Beauvais makes his way back onto the field. So it's gonna be Parker Beauvais and Coulter right now, they're all set up on the right side of the line. That's how they'll stay in. It'll work inside out. Beauvais Parker Coulter. And then burqas on the left side line is tight end named Jones the remaining back lost and takes a hand into the end zone. Touchdown Beauvais Marvin Beauvais catching it over the top of the defense and holds onto this one in Rhode Island after a couple of near misses push went home. It goes ahead six to nothing and he made up for that drop right there because that was a pretty tough throws a little bit behind him. And he made a nice adjustment on that Paul Steve to catch it. Get into the end zone. That's a heck of a drive by Rhode Island. James Madison had no answers for what they were doing Rhode Island was their own worst enemy there with the to drop passes. That's that's the truth. It was almost non-existent defence for James Madison and Rhode Island about to attempt to go up seven nothing here with the extra point. Ensuing. CJ Carrick has only missed one all year, and that was a blocked kick. And he gets his point after seven nothing early going. Rhode Island ahead twelve eleven still play first-quarter quick score for Rhody back in just a bit from learfield..
Pentagon, Chief Of Naval Operations and James Madison discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"The Pentagon putting inch male under quarantine after at least two packages tested positive for rice in the packages. Never made it inside the Pentagon. And we're flag during screening they were addressed to secretary of defense James Madison chief of naval operations, Admiral, John
"james madison" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Ministry confirms the suspension of a US military training program for. Pakistani soldiers then Osmond by the ministry reflects continued tensions between the two allies in the war. On terror the training of Pakistani soldiers in the US is latest program to. Be hugged by the cutoff of security aid to Pakistan the US often accuses Pakistan of. Harboring militant groups and providing safe havens foot inside carry out the tax in, neighboring Afghanistan a charge Islamabad denies and says US criticism is unfair Paxton also repeatedly reminds you said, it. Has lost thousands of soldiers more than the. US in NATO. Combined in Afghanistan fighting militants on its territory I'm Sarah shaklee Defense Secretary James Madison's, the deadly assault on the Afghan city of Ghazni is the kind of violence insurgence will likely repeat in the run-up to parliamentary elections scheduled for October news and analysis at townhall dot com More than a thousand Google employees have signed a. Letter protesting the company's secretive plan to build a search engine that would comply with, Chinese censorship correspondent Ken Luhrman reports letter calls on executives review ethics and transparency of the company. Its contents were confirmed by Google employee who helped organize it but requested anonymity because of the sensitive nature of the debate. The letter says employee's lacked the information required quote to make ethically informed decisions about, our work and complaints that most employees. Only found out about the project, nicknamed Dragonfly through media. Reports the letter is similar to one thousands of employees signed in protest of project maven a US, military contract Google decided in June not to..
"james madison" Discussed on KOMO
"Center continuing at what you heard a moment ago from abc federal agents moving quickly to arrest in everett man in connection with suspicious packages mailed to the washington dc area komo's corwin hake has been on the story the fbi identifies the man as forty three year old fan con fan agents from the seattle fbi field office teamed up with snohomish county deputies to arrest the man yesterday at his home in everett the arrest came the same day suspicious packages arrived at five military and governmental facilities in the washington dc area the fbi says the packages contained potential destructive devices secretary of defense james madison's nobody has been hurt packages that we're aware of anyway have been now under the control of the fbi quickly determined all the packages appear to have been sent by the same individual from the seattle area they say it's possible the suspect scent packages that have not yet been discovered corwin hake komo news and komo news will be there when the suspect appears in federal court that to the sap to the seahawks releasing a quarterback with a troubled legal pastures komo's bill o'neil trayvon boykin released comes on the heels of reports out of texas that he is investigation in a domestic violence case after his girlfriend's mother detail the number of serious injury she claims her daughter recently suffered boykin is no stranger to legal problems he was suspended for what would have been his final game of his career at texas christian university after police in san antonio arrested him following a bar fight just hours before he was to play in the two thousand sixteen eligible at the time san antonio's police chief said boykin was given the number of opportunities to walk away before officers finally arrested him boykin was also charged with public intoxication and marijuana possession in texas after another incident outside of a barn dallas last spring bill o'neil komo attorney general bob ferguson takes the trump administration to federal court again today this time over the president's decision to ban transgender people from enlisting in the military the cosmic tracing has given narrow rascal reason whatsoever provide created did anybody else a federal judge in washington dc is temporarily blocked the.
"james madison" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Of human dignity fan in the declaration of independence we become the heirs of james madison well understanding genius and values of the us constitution we've come the heirs of martin luther king junior by recognising one another not by the color of their skin but by the content of your character this means that people have every race religion ethnicity in me fully and equally american it means that bigotry or white supremacy in any form is blasphemy against the american creed well this is what amazes me do we need lectures about white supremacy is there some great juggernaut in this country building the ranks of the neonazis and they clansman is there some great juggernaut in this country cheerleaders for white supremacy i don't even understand this where is this great movement of white supremacy where's this great movement four white supremacy ladies and gentlemen i'll say it does not exist it does not exist and i understand why the president says this 'cause it a draw the attention of the liberal media get a pat on the head i really do but it would have been more courageous if he spoke to all the groups that promote bigotry and racism and division and balkanisation but he didn't do that where's antifer where's black lives matter you're going to list the group's list them list them there is no room in this country for bigotry or white supremacy nor is any room this country for antifer nor is there any room in this country for white nationalism black nationalism organizations in groups promoting segregation none of it but he didn't say that dini again i'm not doing this to condemn president bush and doing it to address what he set i'll be.
"james madison" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"It james madison memorial school no i i don't know of any by that calls james madison memorial high school and what they are asking for the take the james out of it let's go back to the phones the students let's go to uh let's go to david good evening david david in milwaukee good evening welcome to the wtmj i am i not a problem with the army left i hit my take on it i i give a young lady or for taking part of the curriculum in school sure but i but i think that who correctly association that she a relative could every school in the country take will walk you where i live sure i kabul in and i hate of barack obama did that relationship the name of a high school at all barack obama ankle it doesn't make any sense i'm sure there's other schools in madison we could have gone to that are caucasian matt ryan right but but you know the the biggest difference david i'm not saying you're wrong but the biggest differences barack obama never own slaves correct we're talking about rate georgia the owner of president trump i will let repair i hear pointed more valid and if we don't even call it james madison that would be a reason the fact that it is the guy would lay voter i'm sure there are plenty of people that are voters that were in the fao let that happen link i building it if it were taking a little i i believe that truly is i believe i do ever other people are active into the school they went to and you don't hear them bringing it up about something that happened so many years ago i were where we need to go as we need to wait a whole issue i talked to african american and we get an argument about the lord okay european u of the n word in in every way which is something that very calling somebody out let's.