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"james monroe" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

Key Battles of American History

05:47 min | 2 months ago

"james monroe" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

"He waited until July 1st to create a special military district around Washington. He put general William winder in command of the district. Winder had only 500 regulars in the area. That's not very many 500. He called for militia to reinforce him, but they were slow to come. He spent more time inspecting the surrounding area than in planning a strategy of defense. On August 19th and 20 the British landed 4500 men at Benedict Maryland. They quickly marched up the coast to upper Marlboro, then to bladensburg for where he would be able to approach Washington from the northeast. By now, the capital was in a frantic state. Winder ordered the river bridges across northeast of town to be destroyed. Secretary of State James Monroe conducted scouting missions on horseback and militia was called out. It's got to be the only time in our history that our Secretary of State has gone up and inspected the troops and later he's going to rally the troops. By now there were about 600 total American soldiers. They were deployed in three lines facing the eastern branch of the Potomac. But in such a way that they could not support each other. President Madison arrived at personally oversee the fight. Then on August 24th, the British Army appeared and began crossing the river, which was shallow. The temperature was about a 100°F. The British flanked the first American line, forcing it to fall back. As they approached the second line, when you're ordered it to fall back and panic set in. The attack turned into a rout. It was later called the bladensburg races. So who can get out of there faster? The British use of congreve rockets also added to the Americans terror. Ian toll calls the battle bladensburg, quote, by far the most ignominious defeat ever suffered by an American army in the field. Up to that time, and ever since, end of quote, in other words, he's calling it the most embarrassing, I guess, defeat the U.S. Army has ever suffered. That's saying something. It sure. Yeah. The British then pushed back the third American line. And by 4 p.m., the British controlled the whole battlefield, although they had taken 250 casualties to the American 70. By this time, most Washington residents, military and civilian had fled the city. In The White House, Dolly Madison ordered the removal of much government property, including a famous portrait of George Washington before fling. It's a great story. They had to break the frame. They couldn't get it out. They're having trouble getting it down and getting out of the frame so they just broke the frame and rolled up the canvas and took it. President Madison, along with James Monroe and the attorney general fled to Virginia. At 8 p.m., the British marched into Washington, a group of officers entered The White House. Finding a supper prepared, they sat down and ate it. After the meal, they took souvenirs and then set the building on fire.

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"james monroe" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

Key Battles of American History

04:55 min | 4 months ago

"james monroe" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

"In his cabinet consisted of the Secretary of War named William eustace, the Secretary of State who was James Monroe, a fellow virginian and a kind of a frenemy of Madison, he had been a rival, but also a friend. And the treasury secretary was the brilliant Albert gallatin. Let's talk a little bit about Madison. I want to give a mini bio of Madison. He was born in 1751. He had served in the Virginia militia in 1775. He was a very small man about 5 foot four. The shortest president we've ever had, he was very scholarly, a brilliant intellectual, and he was also very sickly. He had health issues his entire life. He had represented Virginia in the confederation Congress, and then at the constitutional convention where he played a major role. He helped write the federalist papers, and he was a major figure at the constitutional convention. As I already said, he represented Virginia in the first Congress. And he helped Thomas Jefferson found the Republican Party. He had written speeches for Washington before they kind of had a falling out. He was Secretary of State under Jefferson and it was elected president in 1808, taking office in 1809. Let's look at the British side. Britain's head of state was king George the third. Yes, that's same king George that led Britain during the Revolutionary War. He's still around, but he's much older now, and he has, he suffers from mental illness. Because of his mental illness, his son, the prince regent, who would be the future George the fourth was ruling in his stead. The government was led by lord Liverpool, who was the prime minister. He took office on June 8th, 1812. So right before the war starts, he'd replace Spencer perceval, who had been assassinated in May 11th. I think he was the only prime minister of Britain in history to be assassinated. Liverpool was trying to avoid war with the U.S.. Let's talk about the military situation. The British had about 5000 regular soldiers in lower Canada and only 1200 in upper Canada. Donald Hickey says about 8000 total. Sometimes Hickey has different numbers than many of the other scholars that I consulted. So in some ways, you want to say, well, okay, it's 5 against one. But Hickey is the dean of 1812 scholarship. So you have to take him seriously. The U.S. Army had about 6000 soldiers. And again, Hickey says 12,000. But these soldiers regardless of how many they were scattered around the U.S. in 23 locations. It was well supplied with muskets and gunpowder, but it often lacked other supplies. Now, organization, neither the U.S. Army nor the navy had a chief of staff or a centralized command structure. They were led directly by the Secretary of War, William eustace, and William eustace was really not suited for the job. He had only about a dozen clerks to support him. You know, he was a political appointee. He wasn't put in the position because he was an expert on the army or anything. The Americans have you reliance on militia, also created problems as historian Walter Bournemouth writes, quote, regular army officers routinely crossed paths with higher ranking militia officers of dubious military experience and debated whose authority was supreme over whose troops.

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"james monroe" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:33 min | 4 months ago

"james monroe" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Media matters but nonetheless Sarah rump I don't know who she is She's probably 12 years old Here's the headline But I'm going to prove a point Mark Levin claims carbon dioxide is not a pollutant quote unquote in rant about Biden's greenhouse gas policies This is about my show Sunday which was superb if I say so myself Thank you Fox News host Mark Levin declared that carbon dioxide was not a pollutant in the opener to Sunday's episode of life liberty and Levin offering an inaccurate and incomplete definition A greenhouse gas is drawing a rant about president Joe Biden's energy policies Wow And here I thought I'd dug in all these facts but quote I'm going to prove to you in the next ten minutes that Joe Biden and the Democrat party responsible for sabotaging our economy on quote living announced to kick off the show He dug into his monologue complaining about European environments environmentalists during the 70s the Green New Deal and playing one of his favorite tunes a brief critique of Karl Marx and how he hated the industrial society before accusing the Biden White House of supporting a war on capitalism See this is a young lady I guess a birthing person I don't know Maybe transitioning who can tell Utterly ignorant has never read my books knows nothing about carbon dioxide nothing

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"james monroe" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

05:35 min | 5 months ago

"james monroe" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"July 3rd, died the next day. At his home in Monticello, Virginia. Meanwhile, since hundred miles away and Quincy Massachusetts, 90 year old John Adams was also on his deathbed. And he died soon after that. Entirely unaware of Jefferson's passing. Adams oblivious last words were reportedly, Thomas Jefferson still survives, and it was the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. That's some crazy stuff. It really is. And president John Quincy Adams stuck struck by his father and Thomas Jefferson dying, not just on the same day, but on such an historic occasion, he called the timing visible and palpable remarks of divine favor. Those are such wonderful words put in a row. Visible and palpable remarks of divine favor. I'm not even sure how he came up with that. That's beautiful. There was a Saturday back then, Daniel Webster, and he agreed. He agreed remarking in a eulogy a month after Adams and Jefferson's death, he said they were proof that our country and its benefactors are objects of God's care. And then I know this is like a history lesson, but it's really important. It's July. It's July 4th, these deaths are saying. 5 years after Jefferson and Adams passed away, James Monroe dies of tuberculosis at 73 years old. At his daughter's house in New York City, four days later, a paper in Boston said, again, our national anniversary has been marked by one of those events, which it may be scarcely permitted to ascribe the chance. That is shitty writing, you should know. I've never heard those words, I don't know what that again on national anniversary has been marked by one of those events which it may be scarcely permitted to ascribe the chance. Terrible writing, the use of too many words, but that's the way those people talk that then. Now, even though the timing of those three dance remains surprising even today, there's some creepy coincidences that are something that was tradition when it comes to American presidents. And there's an example. I know this is not like celebrity fame. I get it, but it's an interesting thing to hear. And believe me, I'll tie it up all together. I have got a show about Mickey Rooney coming in the next two minutes. You're going to love. It's the most in depth view of Mickey Rooney. You'll ever have. A 5 foot two inch cockman to beat the band. Had the most beautiful winner in Hollywood. I'll get to that in a second. Let me just get this presidential bullshit out of the way. But the most infamous set of eerie parallels. Theodore Roosevelt, his wife and mother died on the same day in 1884 on Valentine's Day. Now there are very famous parallels we can draw between the lives of Andrew of Andrew. Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy, maybe you've heard of these. Both were elected to Congress in 46, obviously in different centuries. Both became presidents in 60. Again, different centuries. Both lost sons while living in The White House..

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"james monroe" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:49 min | 5 months ago

"james monroe" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"The close cluster of July 4th, as really weird. Especially given the prehistoric prehistoric, the historic importance of that day. The first adult Thomas Jefferson was 83 years old at the time. And he was bedridden for a month with a bunch of different physical bullshit ailments. He called a fever on July 3rd, died the next day. At his home in Monticello, Virginia. Meanwhile, since hundred miles away and Quincy Massachusetts, 90 year old John Adams was also on his deathbed. And he died soon after that. Entirely unaware of Jefferson's passing. Adams oblivious last words were reportedly, Thomas Jefferson still survives, and it was the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. That's some crazy stuff. It really is. And president John Quincy Adams stuck struck by his father and Thomas Jefferson dying, not just on the same day, but on such an historic occasion, he called the timing visible and palpable remarks of divine favor. Those are such wonderful words put in a row. Visible and palpable remarks of divine favor. I'm not even sure how he came up with that. That's beautiful. There was a Saturday back then, Daniel Webster, and he agreed. He agreed remarking in a eulogy a month after Adams and Jefferson's death, he said they were proof that our country and its benefactors are objects of God's care. And then I know this is like a history lesson, but it's really important. It's July. It's July 4th, these deaths are saying. 5 years after Jefferson and Adams passed away, James Monroe dies of tuberculosis at 73 years old. At his daughter's house in New York

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AJ Looks at the Cluster of Presidential Deaths on July 4th

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:49 min | 5 months ago

AJ Looks at the Cluster of Presidential Deaths on July 4th

"The close cluster of July 4th, as really weird. Especially given the prehistoric prehistoric, the historic importance of that day. The first adult Thomas Jefferson was 83 years old at the time. And he was bedridden for a month with a bunch of different physical bullshit ailments. He called a fever on July 3rd, died the next day. At his home in Monticello, Virginia. Meanwhile, since hundred miles away and Quincy Massachusetts, 90 year old John Adams was also on his deathbed. And he died soon after that. Entirely unaware of Jefferson's passing. Adams oblivious last words were reportedly, Thomas Jefferson still survives, and it was the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. That's some crazy stuff. It really is. And president John Quincy Adams stuck struck by his father and Thomas Jefferson dying, not just on the same day, but on such an historic occasion, he called the timing visible and palpable remarks of divine favor. Those are such wonderful words put in a row. Visible and palpable remarks of divine favor. I'm not even sure how he came up with that. That's beautiful. There was a Saturday back then, Daniel Webster, and he agreed. He agreed remarking in a eulogy a month after Adams and Jefferson's death, he said they were proof that our country and its benefactors are objects of God's care. And then I know this is like a history lesson, but it's really important. It's July. It's July 4th, these deaths are saying. 5 years after Jefferson and Adams passed away, James Monroe dies of tuberculosis at 73 years old. At his daughter's house in New York

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"james monroe" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

05:18 min | 9 months ago

"james monroe" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"And so that didn't work out well, but the James Monroe high school baseball team needed a pitcher so he decided to go back to school and the James Monroe baseball coach lured him back basically needing a ringer needing a good pitcher and so he had a situation worked out where he would be this high school team star pitcher in exchange for the team doing his homework and taking his tests. So pretty much like a modern kind of college athlete sort of scandal that happens sometimes. That was happening then. And he joined Hank Greenberg on that team. Lived a few doors down from Izzy Goldstein. So they had Hank Greenberg on this high school team and they had a future major league pitcher. So that worked out. They made it to the finals, although they lost in the city finals four to one and is he took the loss in that game. But after that tournament, he dropped out of high school again, 11th grade. He went back to semi pro ball, and then he wanted to give a shot to becoming a pro pitcher and this time it worked and he played on a team on Long Island and word got around that he was promising and the tigers signed him. So before the start of the 1928 season, they sent him to the wheeling stogies of the class C league that is a fun name for a team and he pitched well there and the tigers were impressed and they promoted him to class B and then he got promoted eventually after that. He spent another year in the minors, but he was doing fairly well in the 1931 season. He was playing for class double-A, the Los Angeles angels of the Pacific Coast league, but then he was on the move again and he went to the Texas league and he was bopping around and doing pretty well in 1932. He had done well enough that the invited him to spring training with the tigers and they really wanted him to be a part of that team and eventually he got the call. He did well in spring training. They sent him back to the miners, but he pitched so well there went 6 and one with a 1.58 ERA that the tigers promoted him in April of that year and he made his major league debut at Nevin field in Detroit on April 24th, 1930. He got his first win about a month later and they tried him as a starter. He went 7 and a third innings in a game gave up 5 runs ten hits didn't do so well, but he got another try a month after that he pitched the game of his life June 27th, the tigers took on the White Sox and manager handed the ball to Izzy Goldstein who responded with a thrilling outing displaying both undeniable talent and unnerving wildness so the tigers beat the widex 9 to three is he went complete game three earned runs 5 hits, although he did walk 5 and hit to White Sox. So he had a propensity for walks and wild pitches and hitting batters, but also had decent stuff. However, that find major league outing would be his last. He was demoted after that win, and then he heard his arm and that was basically it. He bounced around in the miners for a while and tried to make some comebacks, but it seemed like his arm just wasn't the same and eventually left baseball. And went back to playing some semi pro ball in New York and then finally decided he was retiring with the end of the 1938 semi pro season. Got his release officially from the tigers and became a menswear retailer in New York City, which was not uncommon for Jewish immigrants of that generation. So another part of the Jewish immigrant experience that he represents and he did that for 5 years and then World War II broke out the draft was instituted and he was 36 at that point, but he was single. He didn't have dependence. And so he was drafted in September 1943, and he was sent to the South Pacific, which was quite dangerous, but he served there from 43 to 45 and survived and made it back to the U.S. and went back to selling clothes again and after that the saber bio says though Goldstein's maturation was slow, his life after the war was that of a responsible adult and citizen gone was the rash youth who twice dropped out of school over the next 30 years until 1975, he continued working in menswear, retiring at the age of 68, like so many Jewish immigrants of his and later generations is he moved with his wife, Caroline Levine to Florida and escape the bitter winters of the northeast, and he was basically living in anonymity for a while until 1985 when he was interviewed for the book the Jewish baseball Hall of Fame, a who's who a baseball stars, and he was then a notable figure, and he was recovering from surgery, heart surgery and a stroke at the time, but he reminisced for the book and was missing the game and he ended the interview by humbly noting that at the age of 77 it is flattering that people still remember and he then lasted until 1993 when he died in Delray Beach at the age of 86. And this paper bio concludes the world barely noticed Izzy's passing for the world acknowledges its heroes and villains upon their death..

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"james monroe" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"james monroe" Discussed on WTOP

"Dot com and schedule your free estimate today It's 1111 The interior department now wants to fire the police officers who shot and killed bijian gays are after pursuing him on the GW Parkway four years ago A month after they were cleared of charges the interior department has told the two officers they are firing them Lucas vineyard and Alejandro Amaya got paperwork from the National Park Service saying there will be removed from their jobs with 30 days to respond U.S. park police fraternal order of police chairman Kenneth Spencer told W TOP that the agency bypass the union completely They have not been afforded any interviews or investigation internally and they were just proposed termination without any due process whatsoever The two officers are accused of shooting and killing gays are following a pursuit along George Washington Parkway in 2017 that we bonked WTO V news An investigation is underway into what might have caused a National Historic Landmark in D.C. to catch fire on Monday night The fire broke out along I street northwest not far from Pennsylvania avenue damaging part of a building dating back to 1802 president James Monroe once lived there A D.C. firefighter was injured battling the blaze but is said to be okay Thanksgiving dinner is not on the table yet but you may want to start planning to pick up your Christmas tree because this year's supply is lighter At butler's Orchard in Germantown there are 40,000 Christmas trees growing on 40 acres I'd like to say you can walk through here in the tree smell great and the fresh crisp fall air It's hard to beat Farm manager Ben popular expects a busy weekend selling pre cut trees and cut your own Tree growers called the day after Thanksgiving evergreen.

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"james monroe" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"james monroe" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

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"james monroe" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"james monroe" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Welcome back America. I'm Hugh Hewitt. Join now by senator Tom cotton from Arkansas. He's a little old fashioned, but he wears it. Well, how are you senator? I'm very well here. I hope you are well too. I'm great. I'm just back from Ohio. I'm going to talk to you about that in a second, but first I have to say, you were right, and I was wrong. The Washington Post this morning as a headline Democrats quietly scrambled to include immigration provision in social spending bill. I assume that after the Senate parliamentarian told them they could not do that, they would stop trying to do that. And you said, no, no, no, they're up to no good. You're right. They're trying to put an end to the reconciliation bill. Yeah, here the Democrats will never stop trying to put Amnesty in any legislation to include a taxing and spinning measure where it obviously doesn't belong because they are 100% committed to giving Amnesty to illegal immigrants who have come here in violation of our laws and in a front to all those immigrants who waited in line and did the right thing and immigrated legally into our country. The latest gambit I think is senator Durbin who never fails, but foreigners first in American glass, trying to change the date in which illegal immigrants can get a green carbs, of course, the pathway to citizenship. I think the current law has it somewhere around the early 70s, which obviously excludes almost everyone. And they want to update that to say 2010. And so anybody who's been here before 2010, we all get a green card. Again, in attacking and spending bill. Now, this has no place in that legislation. It's a plane violation of the Senate budgetary roles. I'm sure you can cook up some way in which it would have a budgetary impact, probably because of all the new welfare checks you'd be sending out. But still, under the Senate roles, it is what they call merely incidental to the policy impact. And this is finally a massive policy change to implement the Democrats open borders and am the agenda. Now, on a certain professional level, I have to say nicely played to senator durban. The idea of changing a date and thereby rewriting the immigration law to in effect, loophole in the Reagan era Amnesty to the current day. That's kind of brilliant center of cotton. Just one date. Who would have noticed? Yeah, exactly. And oftentimes you immigration laws like that is the highly complex technical area of law in which changing one number or one day or one clause creates massive real world consequences. But again, if you just think about how unpopular the Democrats argument is, they want to shoehorn a massive Amnesty into a budgetary measure. So they have to argue that it has a budgetary impact. Why does it have that much impact? Because you're going to make millions of illegal immigrants eligible for welfare checks. And food stamps and heating assistance. And public housing assistance. At a time when many Americans are struggling to make ends meet. So the Democrats have to go out and contend that not only are we going to give Amnesty to illegals, we're going to do so because it's going to make us spend a lot more on welfare payments. I don't think that's going to win many votes next fall. Probably not going to win many votes in Virginia next week if people in the Commonwealth of Virginia get wind of it. Glenn youngkin is now described as being in a dead heat, and it all depends on turnout. That's legacy speak for junk in his hat and Terry mcauliffe is going down. We have to see why a and I think it's pretty, I don't know if you've been out on the trail with Glenn and he's got crowds wherever he goes is bust towards is a great success. He's surging. Yeah, I've done a couple events with Glenn youngkin who I think is a very good man and a fine candidate and will make a great governor to become wealthy Virginia. One of the venerable offices in our country held by great statesmen like Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe, and I do think that Glen is going to win next week in Virginia in part because Jerry mcauliffe is not just a washed up crooked swamp creature. But because he has a radical agenda. You know, he said publicly on television that he does not think parents should have a role in their kids education. He's standing behind school boards. You're sweeping underneath the rug rights of young girls because it interferes with their transgender agenda. To say nothing of Glenn's plans to actually help working families make ends meet during the Biden inflation by say eliminating the grocery tax in Virginia still shockingly has. I'm like most states. And I know that I can get harder to write property taxes on working class homes. That washed up crooked swamp creature line. It's really effective, but I kind of like Terry because he taped this ad for me once. Can you plant Adam? I'm Terry mcauliffe, is you should listen to the huge show every single day, the greatest radio show in the United States of America. Now, I think you probably agree with that senator cotton, so I've got to thank Terry, even as I point out, it's going to crush him because of schools. I have family, and they are outraged over the quarantine rules in Virginia school. They have no idea what they've done to the suburban. And there's other there's the statement that parents shouldn't be involved in schools. There's the quarantine rules and the maps and roles, which are obviously not necessarily if you look what's happening in other states or you look for that matter what's happening in schools across Europe. There's the elimination of the advanced classes and programs that have it break and venerable public schools like Thomas Jefferson, one of the finest public schools in America, which is also one of the toughest schools to get into in America because they have selected admissions. We have to take a test and have a GPA standard and meet those. And why did they do that? It was because the administrators and bureaucrats in those schools thought there were too many Asian kids going to those schools. So I guess that was one of your kids and our people like you. The exact time policy is that we are years ago. But that's the Democrats have reverted to many places across Virginia and across the country. Keeping Asian American kids out of moderate based schools is a winning formula for nobody. And Democrats have embraced it. Senator, I want to go back to immigration because in Ohio on Sunday Night, Josh mandel said, I'm against Amnesty. I want the wall. I stipulated that. And I don't want any more legal immigrants in the United States who are eligible for welfare benefits until every homeless veteran is housed. Their housing illegal immigrants in motels by the border to which burnie Moreno, the charismatic businessman from Cleveland, who is himself a legal immigrant, said, you know, Josh, you're wrong. They're busing the illegal immigrants all over the country, flying them to different places all over the country. Is that correct? Senator cotton? I wanted to see the debate here. I do have it recorded because of course I never miss any appearance if you view it. I think that's important. But yeah, they are transporting illegal migrants all across the country. You saw the stories I think about a week ago of airplanes landing in the dead of night in places like Florida and New York State. And they're doing this in the dead of night, suggesting that they don't want people to know about it when they keep trumpeting their immigration policy as humane and humanitarian and contrast former presidents, but they're also busting them across the country. Now I've been to the border. I fly through Dallas and Houston airports regularly to get home to Arkansas and it's a very common site to see people wholly Manila folders and written on the outside of that folder is I'm a migrant who doesn't speak English. Please help me find my flight and then the flight number written in on it. You know, that's why our government is doing for these migrants and communities. They really have no say in order or not they're going to be innovated with much load or flight loads of illegal migrants. You have no means.

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"james monroe" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"james monroe" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Joe biden said now george stephanopoulos when he said no one's being killed right now remember when he knocked on wood. This should be regime ending type behavior. It should be in a normal world where we're actually operated by the laws of nature and nature's god and not this this concoction and this fraud of a presidency that we have right now if you had a president that was like well. No one's dying yet. And that best embodies. What joe biden strategy was here. He was caught completely by surprise that the taliban could take over the country and eleven days because joe biden is being consulted and advised by the diversity industrial complex of critical race theory rising to the top levels of the military were. They have never had to actually win a war. And we have de emphasized competency and we have over promoted skin color or obedience to the regime when you think about this. This is the president who is like. Well no one's been killed right now. This is before the marine attack. Not that if someone gets killed there will be retaliation not that. If there's one american that gets harmed we will find you in hunt you in the night. Do you think that this prevented the isis teric terrorist attack. You see the reason why this sort of military these sort of military killings didn't happen under donald trump. why they're zero americans that lost their lives in afghanistan. The last eleven months eleven months of the trump administration was because donald trump was willing to use force where necessary to deter the bad guys joe biden he knocks on wood. We have the monroe doctrine created by the fifth american president. James monroe all about nonintervention in the western hemisphere. We have the woodrow wilson doctrine which is all about globalism in the league of nations. We have the franklin delano roosevelt doctrine. Which was about defeating communism. I guess you could call it job. Japanese imperialism and nazism in europe. You then at jimmy. Carter jimmy carter doctrine which was all about human rights. You had the ronald reagan doctrine which was peace through strength. This is the first time we have seen a doctrine built on hope. Hope is not a strategy. This is your president. Cut seventy eight a lot of pandemonium outside the airport but look but no one's being killed right now. God gives me if. I'm wrong about that but no one's been killed right now. No one's being killed right. Oh well actually sixty afghans dead or the estimates are about that and thirteen. United states marines are dead. Because a you job. I'd because you knocked on wood remember cut nine. We're just days ago by walked away from a reporter. Who asked him about the threat of americans now face from isis. Maybe if joe biden took questions you would have actually got more accurate information than if he listen news on national security advisor. Maybe this question he would have heard. Oh my goodness. What if isis is a threat. Joe biden ignored this reporter and walked away and now thirteen u. s. marines are dead. And what were those marines. Doing they were doing things. They were not trained for doing traffic cop style work because biden and his regime arrogantly and smugly and lazily executed the most disastrous withdrawal in american military history. And that's saying something. Cut seventy nine.

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The American Whig Party

Everything Everywhere Daily

01:55 min | 1 year ago

The American Whig Party

"S weren't important time in american history. I've touched on this area in a few previous episodes in particular the one on the election of eighteen. Twenty four and on the six political eras in american history episode by the time of the eighteen. Twenty election the federalist party had completely fallen apart president. James monroe literally ran unopposed for president in eighteen. Twenty four all four. The candidates for president who received electoral votes came from the same party. The democratic republican party after this election the democratic republican party to fell apart and they were replaced by democratic party which was led by andrew jackson. This is the direct descendant of the modern day political party with the same name in eighteen. Twenty eight the incoming president was john quincy adams and he ran against jackson but the party. He was associated with wasn't really an organized party. It was alternatively called the national republican party the anti jacksonian party and the plain old republican party although this was not related to the modern day party jackson dominated the political landscape during this era from eighteen. Twenty eight to eighteen thirty six. He was president and even after his presidency. He cast a long shadow over american politics. The opponents of jackson were at i simply known as anti jacksonians because they were united in their opposition to jackson. It wouldn't be correct to say that the anti jacksonians were simply a revival of the federalist party. By this time there had been a complete realignment. In the american political system some democratic republicans went on to form the new democratic party but some also became anti jacksonians. The beginning of the whig party began with the nullification crisis. Congress had passed a series of tariffs in eighteen twenty eight and eighteen thirty two which dramatically increase the taxes on imported goods. This was vehemently objected to in the south which called it. The tariff of abominations as the south was highly dependent on agricultural exports

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"james monroe" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

The Mark Levin Show

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"james monroe" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

"The declaration of independence. And of course talks about natural law and Let's refresh our recollection. A little bit about this the Let me start it. This way. I pointed out in rediscovering americanism. It's fitting that we start this with the final letter. Written by one of america's greatest founders. Thomas jefferson then. You wrote it. On june twenty four eighteen twenty six about ten days before he died and he was quite ill and he suffered horribly. And you wrote to roger whiteman from monticello declining his invitation to participate in the fiftieth anniversary. Celebration the declaration of independence. Jefferson would become bedridden. Two days later in die on july fourth. The same day is good friend. Later years john adams passed away a few hours later same day by the way what other president died on july fourth among the founders james monroe dot on july fourth although not on the same day as jefferson and adams and adams reportedly said on his deathbed jefferson lives because he didn't know that jefferson had died in the morning and adams would die in the afternoon. Very interesting men. They started out as quite good friends as they got to know each other different political parties they came to detest each other. They would openly criticize each other. Jefferson sought to defeat atoms and did defeat adams then as they got older their friendship was rekindled and they would write a what back and forth and i have a book filled with their letters. Back and forth and adams was more the writer but jefferson to in great pain from numerous ailments and i'll writing with his left hand since he had earlier broken his right hand which had not heal properly and his final letter. Jefferson wrote responding to an inquiry respected. Sir the kind invitation. I received from you on the part of the citizens of the city of washington to be present with them at their celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of american independence as one of their surviving signers of an instrument pregnant with our own and the fate of the world is most flattering to myself and heightened by the honorable accompaniment proposed for the comfort of such a journey. It adds sensibly to the sufferings of sickness to be deprived by it of the personal participation. In the rejoicing of that day. Keep money's very sick when he's writing this but acquiescence is a duty. Under circumstances not placed among those we are permitted to control. I should indeed. With peculiar delight have met and exchanged their congratulations personally with the small band. The remnant of that of worthies who joined with us on that day and the bold doubtful election. We were to make for our country. We trained submission or the sword and have enjoyed with them. The consulate tori fact that our fellow citizens after half a century experience at prosperity continued to approve the choice. We made maybe believe it will be to some parts sooner others later. But finally to all the signal of arousing men to burst the chains and the which punkish ignorance and superstition have persuaded them to bind themselves and assume the blessings and security of self government that form which we have substituted restores the free right to the unbounded exercise of reason and freedom of opinion all eyes are opened or opening to the rights of man. The general spread of the light of science has already layed open to every view the palpable truth that the massive mankind has not been born with saddles in their backs nor favourite few booted and spurred ready to ride them legitimately by the grace of god these grounds of hope for others for ourselves. Let the annual return to this day. Forever refresher recollections of these rights and an undiminished devotion to them and he closes it. I will ask permission here to express the pleasure with which i should have met my ancient neighbors of the city of washington and of its vicinities. Who whom my pass so many years of a pleasing social intercourse and intercourse was so much relieved. The anxieties of the public cares left impression. So deeply ingrained in my affections as never to be forgotten with my regret that ill health forbids me. The gratification of acceptance be pleased to receive for yourself those for whom you're right the assurance of my highest respect and friendly attachments. Thomas jefferson really just about ten days before he passes away.

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"james monroe" Discussed on The Life By Design Podcast

The Life By Design Podcast

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"james monroe" Discussed on The Life By Design Podcast

"Most most high schools will have some sort of youth program so if the parents just go talk to the high school coach the high school coaches is nowhere. Their feeder programs are coming from in an organ. One of the cool things is that they have wrestling in middle school. If they're interested in doing it in seventh and eighth grade they can and then move on into the high school. We try the high schools that feed into south. We try to visit them a couple times a year when they're having their season so that way they have a familiar face when they walk into the room so that they know that the head coach or the coaches at south are real people. And they're not intimidated. Not afraid things like that. There are definitely programs out there and it's just you just have to do a little research to find out where they can call us all good good all right so you've been coaching here for the last two years now. One thing i noticed. Just because i notice things around the office is you'd leave each day around three thirty two wrestling practice. What does that time commitment for or us coach also for for the kids in your program yet. So for me as a coach. It's there's some stuff that i do here. Because i have to do some admin stuff online and make sure that stuff's done properly but really. It's three thirty. I leave here at three thirty. I get home about six and that time during the day and then on a normal season. We'll have tournaments on the weekend. So we'll be gone for thursday night friday saturday and be away from the family. Maybe we traveled to california up to portland area. So part of that is having a great support staff at home and my wife stays home with the kids. And when i'm gone. She's with the kids. The the entire time big thanks to her by the way of being able support me to be able to run practice do stuff because he knows it's important to me and i do appreciate that and then for the kids. It's there's outside running. They have to do if there's a way that they have to make you have a certain way. So if they're pound overweight they have to go run on their own. It's not something necessarily it. We're gonna stop practice and do but it's really just practice time and then just making sure that they're prepared and ready to go the next tournament right right and also i would probably ask to that issue. You've got to keep your rates up. Yes i do know. Yes they have to make sure they're performing school. The criteria changed a little bit this year. South moved to a trimester program. I think they're only doing that through the covid stuff. I think next year going to be back to a quarter program but they had to be passing for three out of the five classes. They were in and they had to be enrolled in at least four classes. So there's a certain criteria through essay and through the school district to me. Yeah and i assumed the indication jersey in at this point is you will have a normal season next year maybe with some small modifications but it looks like that's the path we're on right now so that's the goal..

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"james monroe" Discussed on The Life By Design Podcast

The Life By Design Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"james monroe" Discussed on The Life By Design Podcast

"Yeah we which honestly amazes me. I don't know if i would show up after school. Hit ended to keep wrestling and playing sports. That's probably the last place. I wanna be but kudos to you into the rest of the wrestling team for really creating this environment. Where kids feel like they belong and wannabe at so. That's very exciting. So you've got a few more weeks intel the state and district meets from your standpoint. This is great that you've had a six week season for for these kids. How do you re grow the program going into next year and hopefully going back into a more normal season where you can have a full twelve weeks and how do you get kids back into the program not just in wrestling but i think back into the program with school as well and get them engaged again. I think that we execute our plan that we put together last year. Usually during several will have a two day week workout session or practice that we have. We can't make it mandatory but highly encouraged and we include the junior high in that. Because there's eighth graders coming up their seventh graders. That'll be coming up. We run it all through a program called usa wrestling which covers the insurance stuff. And things like that. So it's really just executing the plan that we had in place last year. And i have a partnership with the guy that owns a gym so that hill train them and do some workouts with things like that just really starting to build that culture again. Like i said of the program in south and you create the stability. I'm the fifth head coach. I think they said in podcast before before the fifth head coach in the last ten years of that schools had and i'm the last head coach. They'll have for a while. Because i don't plan on going anywhere so it's really just building that forward and it's gonna take time. It's gonna take time to do that and so for you personally. When did you start wrestling. I started wrestling when i was six. Okay wow i was a little guy. Think i've told you this. But in high school i was Freshman euros four hundred eighty five pounds so my mom put me in things to make tough. I guess okay so wrestling was one of them excelled at it and did well and obviously i'm not playing football at eighty five thousand high schools. Roughly not today at four hundred eighty five pounds. Very nice and so for you. Was there a papillon highschool for wrestling. Or how did you navigate. So there is I went to private college. A private university down in california..

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"james monroe" Discussed on The Life By Design Podcast

The Life By Design Podcast

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"james monroe" Discussed on The Life By Design Podcast

"What do you think that means to him. In normal times to be a high school athlete. I mean in normal times. And i keep telling them not to grow up too soon because a lot of wanna get jobs and make money and drive cars and do all that stuff in looking back now. I wish i had spent a little bit more time and effort in not trying to grow up too soon and actually compete and do the things because once that's over it's over so wrestling and the reason that i coach wrestling a lot of it is because it's taught me mental toughness. It's taught me how to work through stuff. It's taught me that the harder that you work in the practice room the better. You are competing so translating into business. It's just that it's the harder you work study and making sure your craft and understanding your craft the better. You are in front of clients. Your when it's game time in a sense to go in wrestling really teaches like i said that mental toughness be able to get through anything. It's a tough sport absolutely absolutely. It was one. I never wanted to go near. Those guys. were always running and sweating and try to make way so. We actually had a football player. 'cause the room's right next to the wrestling room. We had a football player peak in the room yesterday. And so i kinda coaxed him to come in and he wrestled with one of his colleagues at one of the kids that he plays football with and after about three minutes. He's like in you guys do this. And then you condition. I'm dying not not an easy sport normal times. What did it mean to the kids to get back into wrestling in. May when you opened up. And what does that transition been like. Yeah i think it meant the world to a lot of them. There were a couple of examples. I could give you. one of. The kids is a senior and he wasn't on track to graduate. He was just gonna work get his ged and just go on and because of wrestling he came back in god has worked with the athletic director. Worked with his teachers got his grades. Back up was able to walk on saturday. Get his diploma. Which was super awesome. But he wasn't done that and even told me he goes. If it wasn't for wrestling open backup. I wouldn't have graduated how it ended up getting my ged. Another one of the kids hadn't gone to school in two months. He was just depressed and just sort of in that. What's the point type of thing..

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David Rice Atchison: President For A Day?

Everything Everywhere Daily

06:10 min | 1 year ago

David Rice Atchison: President For A Day?

"Rice was a democratic senator from the state of missouri. He served in the senate for twelve years from eighteen. Forty three to eighteen fifty five. He had a reputation for being extremely pro. Slavery he owned. Slaves supported all of the slave state issues in the run up to the civil war and when the war finally commenced he served in the confederate army as a brigadier general commanding missouri troops. So he's not the finest of people to sit in the upper chamber of congress. Quite frankly if it wasn't for the events that i'll be discussing this episode david. Rice atchison would probably be mostly forgotten to history i. I came across his name years ago and children's book of fun facts which said that he was the president of the united states for one day. This fact has been repeated on and off for over one hundred and fifty years in fact the words president of the united states for one day are on his tombstone in missouri as sort of a testament to his greatest achievement. So is this true. Was david rice. Atchison really the president of the united states for a single day to answer the question. We need to understand exactly what happened in the election of eighteen. Forty eight week party. Candidate zachary taylor comfortably. Defeated democrat lewis. Cass and free soil candidate. Martin van buren incoming president. James polka made a pledge to seek a single term in office and he honored that pledge by not. Running taylor was a career military man who had never expressed any political opinions prior to the election. And in fact he had never voted. He had a great deal of success as a general during the mexican american war which led to his popularity in calls for him to run for president. He wasn't fact recruited by both the whigs and the democrats. The two major political parties at the time to seek office prior to the passage of the twentieth amendment to the constitution the president and all members of congress would take office at noon on march fourth. This lengthy lame duck period made more sense when everyone had to travel by horseback. And that's why was eventually changed. Nonetheless march fourth was the date everyone took office in eighteen forty nine march fourth landed on a sunday. Zachary taylor being a devout man. Didn't want to have his inauguration ceremony. Take place on the sabbath so he postponed one day until monday. March fifth is vice. President millard fillmore also delayed his oath of office until march fifth according to the law at the time which was the presidential succession act of seventeen ninety to the next person in line to the presidency after the vice president was the president pro. Temporary of the united states senate. The vice president is technically the president of the senate. The president pro temporary is the person who presides over the senate when the vice president is not present. The president temporary was david rice. Atchison at the time the position was actually a competitive election today. The president pro temporary is just the senior ranking member of the majority party in the senate. So the argument is that because neither zachary taylor nor millard fillmore didn't take the oath of office on march fourth and waited until march fifth that they weren't president from noon on march fourth until noon on march fifth. That means that the next in line would have been the president pro. Temporary of the senate david rice. So is this true and does this argument. Hold water. The answer is pretty clear in the answer is no and there are a whole bunch of reasons. Why this is the case. I while the constitution does stipulate that the president and the vice president must take the oath of office it only says quote before he enters upon the execution of his office unquote. This is legal hair-splitting but it means before president can do anything presidential e- sign a law. Appoint officials signed a treaty etc. They must i take the oath of office however they can still be the president before taking the oath to illustrate the point. President kennedy was shot at twelve thirty pm on november. Twenty second nineteen sixty three. He was declared dead at one thirty three. Pm and lyndon johnson took the oath of office on air force one at two thirty eight pm. The moment president kennedy was dead. Or at least claire dead. Lyndon johnson became the president in the same way that someone becomes a king the moment the old king dead even if they haven't been coronated. The oath of office is just a way to legally unlock the powers of the presidency after becoming president. As i said this is legal hair-splitting and for all practical purposes it doesn't really matter but for the twenty four hour period before the oath of office zachary. Taylor was the president. If there was an emergency you could have quickly taken the oath of office in private and without a public ceremony and dealt with the crisis as president. The second argument as to why atkinson was never president is that he never took the oath of office. Either if taylor is in president. Because he didn't take the oath of office than atkinson also can't be president by the same logic. The third argument is that he officially wasn't the president pro. Tempore e of the senate. He was the president pro temporary during the previous session of congress. His term expired on march fourth at noon. Just like the presidential term. Did he needed to be reelected again. On march fifth which he was moreover. This wasn't the first time that this had happened in eighteen. Twenty one james monroe delay taking the oath by a day for the exact same reason yet known assumes that someone else was president for a day at johnson himself never claimed to be president at the time. No one seriously thought he was the president. And there's nothing in the congressional record to indicate that he was there are no constitutional scholars presidential historians or even atkinson's owned biographer. Who thinks that he was actually president at best. If you applied a very strict rule to the taking of the oath to become president then you could maybe say that there was a one day interregnum where there was no president but it doesn't follow that atkinson was president.

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"james monroe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"james monroe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Stops? You mentioned it millions without power in Texas as that snowstorm, Selam, the area and more than two million people. Have had their power knocked out on gets up and down the entire United States. In Minnesota, a weather station registered 38 below. Sioux Falls, South Dakota dropped to minus 26 in Kansas, Windchills dropped to his low is 30 below. Oh, my gosh, I just don't It's one thing to be cold, right. That's just that's life threatening air travel was affected. 3000 flights have been canceled around the country, about half of those in and out of Dallas Fort Worth and Bush Intercontinental in Dallas and in Houston, governor of Kansas, declared a state of AH state of disaster. They said the this weekend saw the most air travel since the period right around New Year's, because this is really a first, you know, big event or big holiday since then, so Laura Trump is being called the biggest winner of the impeachment trial. According to Lindsey Graham will get more on the fallout coming up in swamp watch at the bottom of the hour. But, yeah, the predicts that President, former President Trump's daughter in law Lara Trump will benefit because she'll take Richard Bercy. Yeah, North Carolina Within hours of Richard Burr, voting to convict the president in the Senate, North Carolina Republican Party condemned him. I'm not certain how I feel about propping up people who have zero political experience getting into politics. I mean, just in general, I I buck at it. But at the same time we're so sick and tired of the people who get re elected to Congress and re elected to Congress and re elected like, think the difference is is will have a novice, But we don't want somebody to get in on their name Recognition alone. Whether it's Kanye or Laura Trump, That's it. It's going, but I'm sure she appreciates the comparison because she doesn't listen to the show Police in Pasadena are looking for wherever it was that shot a 10 year old boy multiple times while he's playing outside his home yesterday. They said that he wasn't They don't believe that this kid was the target of this. I mean, 10 year olds don't often piss off somebody to the point that they're going to be the target of Ah, shooting like this. But when police got to this area about 300 Park Street three o'clock yesterday afternoon, they found the boy multiple gunshot wounds. Check him to the hospital with injuries that were said to be life threatening. Police are looking for three male suspects in a light colored four door sedan, but no more details than that. Investigators hadn't yet determined initially whether the child was intended to be the target. But later said there was nothing to indicate he was the intended victim. But he was shot at least two times. You remember Testicle Brown. We've talked about her in the last couple of weeks. She's the woman who put gorilla glue hair spray into her hair, and it stuck. Well. Last week, she was here in l. A to get it taken care of plastic surgeon put together of magic concoction was able to get it out of her hair. She a couple of things she's teamed up with An official agent. Now she's got a full time celebrity management teams got a new clothing line, your clothing line, but one of the things that she did. We talked about the fact that she had a go fund me page set up and had come up with $20,000. She is donating. Ah lot of that, If not all of that money to a plastic surgeon who does reconstructive surgeries. She's gonna be on dancing with the stars. No. I'd put money on it. I think e put money on it. She's gonna be on some sort of reality TV. Did you see the jokes going around about the new bikini wax product that gorilla glue put out? No. It's just the role of their giant duct tape. It's not God. Yeah, don't Don't. Don't do that. So we've kind of ignored the fight between Kellyanne Conway and her daughter, Claudia. It spilled into social media for I felt was feels like months now and we've gotta stayed out of it because it's Family, private affairs, and it was just kind of gross that it was all coming out. In the media. Um well. This kid this 16 year old girl, Claudia turned up on American Idol with Kellyanne cheering her on in a cameo appearance and now American Idol's catching hell for doing what appears to be Reputation rehab for Kellyanne Conway, which is which is weird because I didn't see it that way. All I saw it was not a rehab for her. It's not like it makes her look great considering Remember, this is a 16 year old girl who is completely upset with her mom, and I know it goes beyond just the normal teenage stuff that kids go through with their parents. Because she did it or she's done it in such a popular sorry, uh, in such a Public way. Now. What American I'll should be ashamed of is putting this woman this girl on because her name is Conway and because they can play off of this whole thing, I'm totally which is singing. It was not good. No, no, it's it's obviously a publicity's stunt. But it's gross because they're using the familial strife. I guess you could say to get publicity for their show, and they do have her talk at length about it, And it's kind of like a Yeah, well, my mom don't get along, but everything's fine. And we still love each other and trying to put a little nice bow on this thing. Whatever. Look Brian, by the way, did not vote to send her through the Hollywood It was Katy Perry and And Lionel Richie, who did so again it's it's the equivalent of the crazy woman on the Bachelor. Who comes out of the minivan and kind of inserts herself because the producers know they want somebody who's going toe, you know, draw attention, even though they're not good for the show. Benjamin Harrison was the first president have electricity in the White House, but he was so scared of getting electrocuted. Would never touch. The light switch is himself. So he was gonna chance electrocuting other people for his own benefit of having light could see that's not very nice. Who was the last Surviving founding father, the last guy to die. Don't know James Monroe, James Monroe. You know that they named the capital of Liberia after James Monroe, Monrovia because he freed the slaves in Liberia. Did not know that. Yeah. There you go. How are we going to fit all of these presidential fax? You know now next hour and 45 more gonna try our damnedest Take it. We're going to need a shoehorn. Birders be crazy will return to our resident burger here to describe the described the characteristics of what's making people go crazy in New York. Gary and Shannon will continue. What Hell of a tease Gary Hell of a tease. I'm sorry. No, it's okay to Monday. It's Yeah, it's a Monday a meeting at the latest..

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"james monroe" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"james monroe" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Heavy right around interchange dying. I'm Jake relates talk radio 77 w A B C. Curtis. We want entertaining and informative. Yeah. Talk radio 77 w ABC show you like that trivia about John Lindsay. You almost singlehandedly by like Comrade Building blocks held a part time may have the dope from come. Parts Slope destroyed our shitty That was a great great story. Yeah, well, that's the kind of questions you should be throwing it, Bernama. Girl who's definitely very smart Street smart. I give him credit James Monroe projects He grew up there, South Bronx Now there's still tomorrow. Your projects. Uh, job that gypsy cab around Mumford Gardens, Uh, slow buying the projects in Yonkers. He's picking up hookers. Pimps. Drug deal is the worst in the Robin. Um, you know, a gun point. He's got street smart, and he's got a lot of Encyclopedia Britannica book Smart, but I bet you Bernie would not have known what John Lindsay did in the waning moments of his second campaign to remain mayor. What sports technology. He pulled out like a rabbit out of the hat to get elected another four years and just just torture our city. But you can every Monday through Friday at 9 40 in the morning. You should listen to all four hours, but specifically 9 40. Because that's when they play. Pierre Lee spoilers beat Bernie, It's your chance to go up against the guy who says I don't want to be called the smartest man in New York, but notice Hey, doesn't ask for a retraction. Does he loves it? She can't do it tomorrow morning. Take him on asking that question A. Do you know that answer. He might. He might. Let's get into this day of settling old scores here in Toby, ABC. Number one We had Lydia Surana and again she comes on with us. And she always gives us Selves. News tidbits that mainstream news doesn't often times follow. You can catch on the drive home today. The run down with Lydia In which he does her updated four her own show of four. But she does a drop with Rudy Giuliani, who follows us from 3 to 4. And then she's on with John Catsimatidis from 5 to 6. Always great. And again we cold. Busted the part time may have the dope from Park Slope, Ilda Blasio for having killed Charlotte. Who they pretended at the Staten Island Zoo. Was actually truck Chuck. The woodchuck Staten Island go freeze, not even a gofer. And he killed her dropped up never resolved. So Lydia is going to get us more information from D C P I at the police department and see if it's part of the cold case squad investigations of that ambulance chaser. The D A. In Staten Island. McMahon. And then you had Bernama. Kirk take on scar Mucci and so many of you responded. That was some of the best moments of talk radio I ever heard. We got Andrew legalized normal can calm on the second. The son of Mario Fuck. Yeah, bro. To Cuomo, King Homo. The first Remember a few days ago, he said, No restaurant workers not ain't getting no stinking vaccine. Who am I? Who am I gonna knock out of the cue to take care of them? And then the pressure built and guess who's getting their vaccine? Starting today from Anjali realized karma a guy who said we run out of vaccines, miraculously, a miracle they must have fallen from the sky. Well, they were probably in a warehouse in hunts point that he was just saving for his selected vaccine receivers. That's what I said it Selected vaccine receivers who are not the frontline workers like restaurant workers like those who delivered food like those who try cabs in ubers and lips and the whole nine yards now they're going to get But Judge Jeannine Pirro that you can hear he exclusively on WNBC 11 to 12 on Sundays following Rudy She US ripped Andrew Cuomo, a new focus When she took him on over the report by the attorney general of this state in New York. Tish James, finding him at fault. For all the deaths and the nursing homes and, more importantly, under reporting them. So why'd you do it? What did you have to gain? What did you gain? And when you're found out, you say, I believe everybody did the best they could. My father died. I wish I had someone to blame Andrew. It's not about your father. It's about a man, a calculated politician. Ah, Grim Reaper. By all accounts who chose for reasons we don't yet know, but certainly will to direct Koven infected patients into nursing homes. A death zone where our loved ones were our parents and Grandparent's the fragile on the vulnerable. The ones who, when they were young worked to raise us fought in wars to protect us and gave their offer us. They were trying to live their final years with dignity. You took that from them, and you gave them a death sentence. You force death upon them. Why coverted? Why did God do this? I don't know. You and not God decided when their lives would end. They died alone in fear without warmth and a loving touch needed before they passed. You cannot escape the consequences of your intentional and reckless acts. You cannot escape your intentional cover up thinking the little people would never bring you down And you can blame God for all you want. But in the end, you will have to answer to the very one you blame God and God help you. Imagine If that was D A Jeannine Pirro. She was the D a up in Westchester Council County. She had made that presentation to a jury. Selected of Komal supporters, sickle fans, toadies and lackeys, because, remember, he lived in Mount Kisco with his home slice there from the food. What was that food shopping that where whatever network that is Food network. They no longer live together. But he was a resident of Westchester right there in Mount Kisco. She would have turned a comal jury against Cuomo himself. That argument the way she laid it out there. Magnificent. That's why we using this show today, the courtesy was showed us settle all scores here A W A. 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"james monroe" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"james monroe" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Election of eighteen. Twenty four you. I have to understand the election of eighteen twenty and eighteen twenty president james monroe for president and defeated no one he ran completely unopposed and ninety eight point five percent of the electoral college and didn't get one hundred percent only because one elector from maine didn't like him at this time. The united states was a one party state not in the way that north korea is a one party state but the opposition federalist party fell apart after the war of eighteen twelve leaving the democratic republican party as the only viable national political party in the country. The period of time in american history was known as the era of good feeling. It is mostly glossed over in history books as there were. No major. Wars controversies or other major issues. Basically it was an era of good feeling because domestic politics for peaceful because there was only one party in the lead up to the election of eighteen twenty. Four monroe decided not to run for president keeping with the washingtonian tradition of presidents only. Having two terms monroe's vice president daniel tompkins had been dismissed as a serious presidential candidate due to health and financial issues back then. There were no presidential primaries and in fact there weren't even really elections at this period in history. Parties chose their nominees for president and vice president via congressional nominating caucus. The democratic republican nominating caucus overwhelmingly nominated william h crawford of georgia to be their nominee. He received sixty four of the sixty nine votes in congress. You'd think that if there was only one political party and that party nominated you for president. You'd have a pretty good chance of being elected yet. There was never a president crawford however the states didn't really like or honor the results of the nominating caucus. They thought the process was very undemocratic. The states went ahead and nominated their own candidates for president. And this is where the problem starts assign note. The election. eighteen twenty four was the last time there was a congressional nominating caucus. It was replaced by presidential nominating conventions. Which are still in place. Today there were four. Different people nominated by state nominating conventions..

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Under Your Feet

The Past and the Curious

06:09 min | 2 years ago

Under Your Feet

"You may remember Charles Wilson Peel as the man featured in episode thirty four all about museums in Philadelphia's independence hall above the very room where the declaration of Independence was signed. He opened a museum to display a whole bunch of unusual things. There were mammoth skeletons, ancient artifacts, a wily and well traveled little prairie dog and a wall full of portraits of very important people. He painted those VIP portraits himself appeal among everything else was a remarkable artist and the paintings that he made of the many people who lived in the late seventeen hundreds are some of the best of the time period. We should remember that in the seventeen hundreds there was no television or computers there weren't even photographs. So the average person would probably never actually catch a glimpse of someone famous like George Washington or Ben Franklin and person. which meant that they might not know what they really looked like. Isn't that funny thing to consider if you were alive at the time and wondered what a person look like looking at a portrait was just about the only way to see a famous face. So, curious people were happy to pay Peale's museum admission to see paintings of these very important people and finally put faces with the names they had heard about all the time, the old animal parts and the little prairie dog that peel had on display. Just a nice bonus. Now Peel was just one man and he couldn't paint everyone. Appeal portrait was typically an honor reserved for only the most notable people, presidents, founding fathers, famous personalities. You had to do something pretty special to get appeal portrait. And here's another thing to keep in mind. This was the seventeen hundreds in America and the early eighteen hundreds. So all of the faces that tended to fit those descriptions at that time were white faces. All except for one. On the wall that peel filled from floor to ceiling portrait's in his museum, one painting certainly stuck out to any visitor. It was the face of a black man and he was very old. And the dark skin on his narrow face was accented by white tufts of beard hair in the painting. He's wearing a knit cap on his head. Mike one you'll probably be getting out soon with the rest of your winter clothes. If you haven't already the old man's eyes looked bright and strong and his expression was one of satisfaction. It's an incredible face to look at and many people have wondered who was this man in a way the portrait happened by accident. In eighteen nineteen peel had traveled from his home in Baltimore to Washington DC to paint James Monroe the fifth president of the United States. while. They're peels. Curiosity was piqued when he heard about a free black man who is a practicing Muslim and who not only owned a home in nearby. Georgetown but was a successful business man who had helped finance the bank. This was remarkable and because this was forty six years before the civil war and the end of slavery, it was very unusual. This man was called Yaro Mahmoud. And people said he was one hundred and forty years old. That part was fake. He was probably around eighty at the time but everything else was true. Peel had to make a special trip across the Potomac River to meet Yaro talk with him about his life and have him sit for a very unusual portrait. Painting portraits takes a lot of time as you might imagine, which means there's plenty of time to talk, and that's what Yaro did. The little that we know about him today is mostly because Peel wrote much of it down. It's a pretty amazing story and one that challenges our ideas of the people who were living and thriving in. America at the time. In the year. Seventeen. Fifteen euro was only fourteen when he was captured and taken from his home in West Africa he like millions of other men, women and children was victim of the slave trade. People were kidnapped from their lands, take into another and forced into Labor. Euros people were known as the Fulani and it is believed that his family were wealthy Muslim leaders in this community. Historians think this because Yaro knew how to read and write both in the Fulani language as well as Arabic. Later in his life he learned to read and write a bit of English as well. Making him literate in three languages. That's a feet for anyone at the time but especially unusual for someone who would live much of his life and slavery. Most. Enslaved people would be kept from learning to read and write at all. But for euro, it helped him stand out. After the terrible journey on a slave ship across the Atlantic Ocean Yaro landed in Maryland where a man named Bell bought him directly off the boat. Everything and everyone Yaro new was gone never to be seen again, the man who legally purchased him was a wealthy farmer who owned several properties that depended on the work of enslaved people, farms, watermills, things like that pretty quickly though bell figured out that Yaro was more well suited for work other than hard plantation labor luckily, for Yaro, his education lead to another old, he became what is known as a body servant. In this role young Yaro traveled with bell everywhere he went. When he met with other farmers, Yaro was there. He met the people he would sell his grain too Yarra was there. When he met with powerful politicians, Yaro was also there. And nearly every one of those people would remember meeting Euro. Mahmoud. How could you not? He was obviously incredibly talented and smart, but also by being in the room when business was happening. Yaro was able to learn how to make it happen himself.

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It's the Little Things

Your Brain on Facts

06:39 min | 2 years ago

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.

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Washington, DC Task Force Releases Name Change Recommendations for Monuments, Schools

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Washington, DC Task Force Releases Name Change Recommendations for Monuments, Schools

"Surrounds DC monuments to the founding fathers and whether they should be moved or put into historical context. That's the upshot of recommendations made by the mayor's task force known as D. C. Faces, It suggests more than 150 City landmarks be renamed More from W T O peace. Meghan Chlorine You want to see the Jefferson Memorial's name changed. What about the Washington Monument or Columbus Circle? Those were some of the federal locations whose namesake are identified as men who participated in the slavery or oppression of others. A working group reported to D. C Mayor Muriel Bowser. There are 150 locations in the city that it could rename for others. Including 78 streets, whose names you'll likely no well. Foxhall, Upshur and Brentwood, 12 parks and playgrounds, some name for Presidents James Monroe and William Henry Harrison and Guy Mason. Mason. And And many many schools schools Woodrow Woodrow Wilson Wilson High, High, Zachary Zachary Taylor Taylor Elementary, Elementary, Van Van Ness Ness Elementary Elementary and and Thomas Thomas Jefferson Jefferson Middle. Middle. The The group group recommends recommends the the city city rename, rename, remove remove or or contextualized contextualized contextualized locations locations locations to to to fit fit fit with with with DCs DCs DCs values values values of of of equity equity equity and and and diversity. diversity. diversity. See See See the the the full full full list. list. list. W W W t t t o o o p p p dot dot dot com com com Meghan Meghan Meghan Cloherty Cloherty Cloherty w w w T T T o o o p p p News. News. News. Meantime, Confederate named

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Five James Monroe High School students test positive for coronavirus

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Five James Monroe High School students test positive for coronavirus

"Speaking of the corona virus five high school graduation Fredericksburg have come down with it the news comes after the five attended a modified commencement ceremony for James Monroe high school which allowed individual students to collect their diplomas Fredericksburg city schools superintendent Marceline Catlett says the school has been working with the local health department and that the risk of exposure for most students is

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Famous People Who Didn't Make It On To The Titanic

The Past and the Curious

04:38 min | 4 years ago

Famous People Who Didn't Make It On To The Titanic

"Million Legos instead of sinking to the bottom. They have regularly washed up short. Question number two. Do you know which famous candy maker was supposed to sail on the Titanic, but did not. Though he paid three hundred dollars for his ticket. Milton Hershey had to leave Europe to tend to business matter a few days earlier than he had planned. So we left aboard another ship, just a few days ahead of the Titanic. We're not sure what kind of chocolate emergency prompted him

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