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"jim angler" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

05:07 min | 9 months ago

"jim angler" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"If you support the show at the standard bearer level or higher, which is ten dollars a month you will also get a cool flag magnet with a different flag each month from the American revolution. Thanks for everyone who listens and especially to all the new listeners who join this week. I've always seen an increase right after independence day I guess the holiday gets people thinking about the American revolution and prompts many to search out this podcast. The week of July. Fifth was no exception I got more downloads in that week. Then I got in the first ten months combined that this podcast. I really appreciate everyone who takes it interest. And especially if you take the time to make it this far into the podcast. For anyone, who's interested I did an interview with Michigan Judge Michael Warren, who's also the CO founder of Patriot week about the ideological origins of the American Revolution! The specific topic of our conversation was was the American revolution fought for liberty. It was an interesting chat and the full interview is now available on the mio. There's a direct link to it on my website at www Amriyev podcasts dot com, so feel free to watch it if that sort of thing interests you. Also I've been posting more online events that other people are hosting and presenting as long as they relate to the American revolution. If you joined by American Revolution podcast group on Facebook, you'll be able to get these posts. I've been debating whether to start an email mailing list for this kind of thing and I may do that at some point, although the anti spam laws make it difficult to do correctly. I have one correction from two weeks ago when I discussed the CJ Fort, Henry! After the first ambush I said that Captain Ogle road out with his company to assist the survivors. But that he and several of his men were killed with the remainder trading back to the fort. In fact, while almost all of Ogle's company was killed in the ambush, the captain was able to take cover and survive the attack eventually making his way back to the fort. Captain Ogle survived the entire war and moved out to what is today in living into his eighties. One of his descendants Jim Angler pointed out my error and for that I thank him. This week I talked about the battle of brandy wine. In addition to being one of the largest battles of the war. It's always held a special place in my heart, because I grew up only a few miles.

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"jim angler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jim angler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So much this is morning edition from npr news i'm david greene in culver city california and i'm rachel martin in washington dc three hundred and thirty two women it's hard to wrap your head around that number think about a huge auditorium think about that auditorium filled to capacity three hundred and thirty two that's the number of women who alleged that they were sexually abused by larry nassar he's the former sports doctor at the michigan's at michigan state university who also worked for usa gymnastics yesterday the university of michigan agreed to pay five hundred million dollars to settle these hundreds of claims yesterday's proposed settlement is one of the largest ever for sexual abuse victims or joined now by the interim president of michigan state jim angler thank you so much for being with us mr angler well it will be john's my brother we're in this job might be easier for him to answer questions so forgive me for that and let's talk about this settlement is it closure in a way for what has been undoubtedly a difficult chapter for michigan state i'd say it's partial closure it's part of a larger problem i think the nation is confronting when we deal with sexual misconduct and sexual assault the metoo movement going away i'm the father of three daughters i've been there a lot of issues that deal with relations to admit women this probably is somewhat closer for one evil doctor who from after he left the olympics in nineteen ninety six michigan state was so excited to get the olympic dr red white blue doctor he came and put out the green and white and from ninety seven through twenty sixteen when it was discovered what he was doing he plied his trade and he abused assault with a lot of women and.

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"jim angler" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"jim angler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Interim president of michigan state jim angler thank you so much for being with us mr angler well it would be john gyms my brother we're in this job might be easier for him to answer questions so forgive me for that and let's talk about this settlement is it closure in a way for what has been undoubtedly a difficult chapter for michigan state i'd say it's partial closure it's part of a larger problem i think the nation is confronting when we deal with sexual misconduct and sexual assault the metoo movement going away i'm the father of three daughters i've been there a lot of issues that deal with relations to admit women this probably is somewhat longer for it one evil doctor who from after he left the olympics in nineteen ninety six michigan state was so excited to get the olympic dr red white blue doctor he came and put out the green and white and from ninety seven to twenty sixteen when it was discovered what he was doing he plied his trade then he abused assault assaulted a lot of women and as you noted that number is three thirty two what's so interesting and so sad is one hundred seventy five parents win the rooms while the assaults where crane he was that skillful and so this is the difficult for the survivors the difficult for their families and it certainly has been difficult for the entire sparking nation you you've you know we've apologize for this but this is not a hundred and seventy five years but the damage is gonna linger on in the lives of these four survivors so the damage is paying you know that's part of how you settle things well let me ask you you're serving as the school's president because the former president was forced to resign over this there is still an ongoing investigation by the michigan attorney general's office into the school do you have concerns about what might come out of that.

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