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Fresh update on "john adams" discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:01 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "john adams" discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"Signed. So an interesting story here, if you wanted to, just some sort of fact towards some fun stuff here for the July 4th holiday. Adams and Jefferson, both eventually died on July 4th, 50 years after the signing of this document. They did have the same day there's a long history there in story of who was dying first and Adams and Jefferson and they had reconciled their relationship because their relationship had gotten strained if you know and look at history in the presidential races later on in which and also their division of federalists and the non federalist kind of attitudes that were in the early quote parties at that point. So they had become very much political adversaries and it was not until much, much later in life and really right before the years before their death that they actually reconciled. Although the two of them were riders of the original declaration, they died 50 years on July 4th after that declaration was written. John Adams also on an interesting note here, if you are a student of history, John Adams also never believed that July the fourth was the actual birth of the country, the celebration of independence. He thought it was July 2nd when the actual continental college voted on the Lee resolution from Virginia. He always wanted to celebrate it on the second. In fact, he wrote to his wife saying there should be celebrated all over the country from across the continent with every kind of imaginable celebration that you would have. And later in as the as time was going on, people would remember July 4th, they would celebrate. It was not until in the 1900s it actually became a federal holiday. But Adams would not, he turned down actual speaking engagements to go speak on the 4th of July because he actually believed it was a 2nd of July. Again, our founding fathers had their quirks about them. This one was one that Adams, Adams, and Jefferson were two very interesting individuals. We may actually do a more in depth look at them. Excuse me, I had a lighter podcast. Because these two individuals had a sort of a setting and a political tone that really shaped our early existence and then set the stage for much later. What I like to do is we talk about the 4th of July and there's so many things out there and you see the celebrations you see these happen. I'm hoping that more and more today I'm very concerned that the independence of our country in 4th of July is being overshadowed and because of the divisive nature of our politics today. But the 4th of July is something that we should celebrate. It is our independence. It is also the first real stepping out of a group of people who actually took the ideas of governance and self governance from the people and put it into a practice that is now endured well over 200 plus years. It is that idea of self governance that idea that when change needs to be made, it needs to be put back into the hands of people that the declaration of independent subscribes to. It took us a little bit longer to get there through the Articles of Confederation in the constitution. Rotting. But this was the foundation and the basis of that. So as we're celebrating today, I just want to go through and look at a few things in the Declaration of Independence, sort of share some ideas on things that I believe today that if we focused on not only would bring us together, but also lift us up and also I think believe show the drift that I believe is happening from the original founders intent of this idea of freedom this idea of government, this idea of who is actually in control. Now, the preamble, it actually starts in the united declaration of the 13 United States of America, when in the course of human events we've all heard this before when the course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands that have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to make this separate. I love the founders writing. I love Jefferson's rotting here, the input that came in. Notice, is he talks about this? He says, there's going to become time to time when that a group of people through the actions of the government are going to say, you know, it's time for us to separate. It's time for us to dissolve these political bands that we have had. This was the dissolving of the colonies with Britain and king George. And assume for them, and I noticed what he said is a separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and nature's God entitled them to. In other words, there was a recognition that the laws of nature that we're all to be free that inherent freedom and that God himself was the ordaining of that nature that actual freedom nature that we have. But he also, and I love how he puts this. You know, today's language we might say, the look, we're independent. We don't care what you think. But he said that he goes on and he says in a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that we should declare the causes which impel them to separation. In other words, what we're going to do in this document is we're going to lay out a bunch of grievances. And taking from England is time. The Declaration of Independence will very much followed what would have been known in their times as the impeachment against The Crown if The Crown did something illegal the impeachment of The Crown. So in many ways, this was an impeachment document and an indictment, if you would. It was an indictment of king George. It was indictment of what was going on with the way that England was treating the United States. And so out of this came the document known as the Declaration of Independence, known as the is our declare to the world. This is why we are separating. One of the facts about the Declaration of Independence too and Benjamin Franklin actually tried to get this put and he was trying to get this to France. There was very much an understanding that his war developed that we were going to need allies, France being one that we were recording at the time. And he sent documents of the copies of the duck rush randomness to France, hoping that it would get publicized there. Ended up in less than a month, it was public sized in England and in Scotland and Ireland, and then in Germany, so it got out there, but not in the way that they were hoping, but it did later encourage France to join the American side of the revolution. Why is this important? Because what they're saying here is we don't want the world to just think that we're doing this for no reason. We're doing it for selfish reasons. We're doing it because we're just unhappy. We're spoiled, whatever they want to call it. We're doing this because they're legitimate, honest reasons allow we're splitting from England. And we want you to understand this is why we're doing it and we want you to be a part of our side. He goes on to say, we hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal that all that they are endowed by their creator with certain and is able to rise that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. This is one where I just want to stop today as we begin to talk about the 4th of July because these truths are self evident. In other words, he believes that these truths that he's speaking of, the injustice, but also that people are created equal that we're not to be treated as a second class citizen or even a non citizen by our governments and in this case, in England. And that we're endowed by our creator, the creator God, that these unalienable rights and look what he lives here, that's life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. His life, this pursuant of life, that we are entitled to live our life as we have been gifted by God that it is not the government's decision and it's not anybody else's decision that we have that ability to live in harmony with others around us, but at the same point have the ability to chase the dreams and the ambitions and the other thoughts of life that come to us by our enabler rights in a creator God. This is what he's saying. That liberty that his liberty allows us to exercise that right. That liberty and freedom that we get are the two of the three things that are proposed by Jefferson and his writing and the declaration that lead to one that I think is probably the most misunderstood. And today, if you look at it, I believe it has become one of the problems that we have in celebrating our country and the freedoms that we have. And that is, he said, the pursuit of happiness. Now, Jefferson very much could have said in the guarantee of happiness he could have said that the government and that we're now looking for making sure that our needs are met, but he said is the pursuit of happiness. An amorphous term happiness, but at the same point in time, the happiness of the person who exercises their life has the freedom of their liberty to pursue that happiness in which they have this unalienable right that they're created equal. They can do whatever they want to do. And I think that is when we look out across our country today, it is frustrating to me that not only in our country, but across the world we're looking, we're still dealing with the fact that people look at others is not equal to them. Folks, I'm going to tell you that we are all created in God's image that we have equal birth from him if you would. And that this idea of racism, this idea of prejudice, this idea of us against them is not compatible with the founding documents of our country and it should not be compatible with those of us as we go about living. There are going to be rules and there are going to be the process of government to keep our civil society civil to keep us safe. It can protect the general welfare. Those are all functions of government, very valid functions of government. But when you look back at our founding document, the thing that declared our independence, Jefferson was very clear to ride that it was the pursuit of happiness. Why is that important? Because if you have a government that is out to guarantee your happiness to make sure that you are happy, I hear this a lot, especially from those on our liberal Friends who say, look, government should be there to maintain your wage to maintain your healthcare to maintain your schools to maintain everything. And if you get to the point where government is supplying all of that, where government is guaranteeing you a certain level of happiness, I'll guarantee you it will not be the full happiness that is intended by the creators. It is not, it is not an equal access is Jefferson's writing here. And what it will happen is that they will have to take from some to give to others, because in the end of the day, remember, government is not the answer in which they make things they produce things that they have upon themselves to give to you in order to give to you they have to take from someone else. And this is, I think, the very intensity of the pursuit of happiness. We're able to have the foundation of a government that keeps us safe, provides for the general welfare, does the things that government only can do. And for us, it is our pursuit of happiness. It's going out and doing it is going out and taking what the founder said was that life and that liberty and finding it within the inside of us. What are we to be able to do to make sure that we can find the proper role in our lot? That is what our country has found. I remember we're reverting back to from a government that was founded into itself to a government that finds again its purpose in the people that it actually serves. So as you look at this, they goes on and the pursuit of happiness is so important. So anytime you hear anybody out there talking about what government can give you and how government can satisfy you, just remember it was never intended by our founding fathers that an outside agency so to speak was to give you your pursuit or your guarantee of happiness, it was always to come from the people themselves. It was always to come from you. To secure those rights, governments or instituted among men. This is what Jefferson said, again, what we just talked about it was not for government to give these rise. They were already there. They're already inherently who you are and what you have that all men are created equal under God. That is the basis for what the rights that you have. It doesn't come from a government. But to secure these rise to make sure that you have these rights to protect, because we have said from safety, general welfare, Jefferson said that government was instituted by men and among men. And deriving their just powers from the consent of the government governed. In other words, the government derives its power from the governor, not to go all the way around. Government does not have its inherent rise and then takes those from the people that they govern. They, in fact, they get those rights from us, the folks here in the United States now that we're the ones that give government the power and decide what direction we want as a government to take. This is where the struggles come. This is where the political upheavals have come over the years is deciding, you know, what is the best for our country and those that are governed? When this document was written, he was reminding the readers all across the world and to those in the colonies that their rights were being trampled by England at this point. He goes on to say that whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter it or to abolish it or to and to an institute a new government. In other words, what are you saying was the England and king George had overstepped these rights that government was there to protect life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness not to take it away, not to inhibit it, not to bring it into another rule, but to say, hey, you know, we're there to protect it. But when government does not do that, when it's actually destructive when it inhibits life when it inhibits liberty. When it inhibits your pursuit of happiness, at that point, it needs to be abolished. And I think this is where we get into today and we look at the situation in our government. Today is bringing that government back into its original founders intent when it gets out of this and actually starts attacking these principles that we see. And he goes on to say the government shouldn't be trying to change for just because you don't like it. I love this part. It seems like he was already thinking ahead to those who say, well, my decision, the government's decision, this arena didn't fulfill what I want. So we just need to change governments. That's not what he's saying here. In fact, he says governments long established should not be changed for light or transitory causes. And accordingly, all his parents have shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer while evils are sufferable than the ride of themselves by abolishing the forms of which they're accustomed. But notice the butt. When a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably, the same objective events as a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right. It is their duty to throw off such governments and to provide the new guards for their future security, such as been patient suffering of these colonies. Look at what he said. He said, we've been suffering under this for a long time. This is not just to come up overnight. We can go back and list the list of grievances that we had for positive a few years ago. There has just been known to England for a long time. We have told them about this. We're now making moves to change our status and to change our government. This is the very essence of what Jefferson saying it goes to speaks to very essence of who we are today as a people that it is not the government that gives us the 4th of July. The people that gave us the 4th of July. It was the outpouring of a cry for freedom that gave us the 4th of July. It was the outpouring of freedom and the desire for happiness in the desire to pursue those dreams living here in the colonies that was expressed through the pen and then the efforts of those in the second Continental Congress of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams and Ben Franklin and others who actually then pinned the feelings of the people to say, look, we want a free society. We don't want to wish life. Liberty and the pursuit of happiness are protected. We're not getting that in our current setup. So folks, again, this is a participatory action that the founders are talking about here. It's not something that others do for you or others do. So it is actually been put together because the 4th of July symbolizes a nation of people who take an active part in their government to take an active part in their society, who take an active part in making sure that not only for their generation, but generations to come that life, liberty and pursuit of happiness are protected. That's what we're celebrating today. And you can have a grill, you can have a barbecue, you can have, you know, whatever you want to celebrate this, you can go to parades, you can watch fireworks, you can shoot off fireworks, but at the end of the day, remember that our independence came not from being dependent on government to give us these ideas. We and as the Declaration of Independence declares that we have these in an alien arrives from a God who created us and weird to exercise on those. Now, over time, those and he talked about this that there were submitting these grievances to the world in a candidate environment and Jefferson said, look at these grievances and then make a decision for yourself on why we are doing what we do. Now, the last line of the Declaration of Independence is something y'all think you also ought to be aware of as well. And it says that for the support of this declaration with a firm reliance on the protection of our divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortune, and our sacred honor. This is saying that all of those who signed that saying, look, we understand what we're doing here is radical. We understand what we're doing here is not going to be well liked. We understand what we're doing here is actually going to be challenged. And they were already at war. It was getting ready to get worse. And actually the history shows that through their decision to maintain war to fight for independence that many of those signers, the Declaration of Independence lost a great deal of what they had, their personal wealth, their fortune, even their life. As they went forward fighting in the Revolutionary War, fighting in for the freedom of what became the United States of America. They did this, but they pledged to each other. They said that our lives are fortunate. Our psyche honor are more important to put on the line to gain the freedom that we believe God is entitled to us and given to us that we're willing to do that for what at that point was not even a.

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Fresh update on "john adams" discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

The EntreLeadership Podcast

00:42 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "john adams" discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

"You mentioned Jefferson was a prolific writer. Yes. So was he kind of at the head of the writing of the Declaration of Independence? Yes, the writing of the declaration had begun in June, prior to the adoption of it later, obviously, and what we now celebrate as the 4th of July. And he was the main one who wrote it. Now what we've got to know, though, is again these different gifting of the founding fathers work so wonderfully. Jefferson wrote the initial draft. But Franklin and John Adams and others edited it and thank God they did because Jefferson had his biases. A lot of the religious language got added later, the Declaration of Independence, one eminent scholar said that America is the only country founded on a creed. And it's the Declaration of Independence. And it has about 7 or 8 statements about God. So almost all of those were added later, Jefferson would not have put those in, not that he was secular, but he just was hesitant about public religion. And then Jefferson did some things in the declaration that were odd. He blamed king George for slavery. Well, that may have been his own conscious dealing with them a little bit. I don't know why he would do that. King George had not put slavery in the colonies, the colonists had welcomed it themselves. So John Adams had that cut. And there were some other things that they had cut in some language that they smooth. Some of the classic language that we now memorize was a combination. But we're grateful for Jefferson's draft. It's about 85, 90% of what we ended up with. Wow. And I can't imagine the editing room there of everyone yelling at each other about why they need to keep their part or take this out or add this. Man, to be the fly on the wall. As you know, the main fame or so to speak in the world or my best known as an author. And I've written about 25 books. So I have been edited heavily by professional editors. And I can feel Thomas Jefferson at this moment. He was not happy about it. He was ticked off. So what you've got to do is you got to remove the author from the room where the editing is happening or he's going to blow a gasket and let the editors do their job. And that's what they did. They sent Jefferson away because it's painful to be able to do. Especially when you just grieving every single word that's cut. And I certainly felt that. And so they separated them from the process, but what they came up with was pretty bad. There's a powerful leadership lesson right there. If you're the CEO, you're leading the place. You got to get out of the way and let your team do what they're best at. Exactly. And not meddle with it. That's good. So I'm a Boston native. You know that. And I love the history of the Boston Tea Party and Paul Revere's ride. But those events happened in 73 and 75, 1773, 1775. What's interesting is that it wasn't until July of 76 that Congress approved the Declaration of Independence. So what was the journey that led up to that? What was the gap there? Well, what we have to realize is that the founding fathers initially didn't want to separate from England. It really was a conservative counter revolution. We think of revolution as being some radical thing that people overthrow the government and establish something that's a little bit left leaning politically. That's not what this was. The aggression seemed to have come from parliament. The misdeeds, the silence was on the part of the king. And we've talked about in history king George the third's problems. He was probably bipolar. He was sick a lot. So he was probably weakened parliament was intruding itself. What the colonists wished for initially, the founding fathers wished for initially, is that there would be a correction of this system, and they would continue to be British colonies. The idea of separating from England wasn't in the minds of everyone. It had to come gradually. And it came as there was bloodletting, 1770, the Boston massacre. It came as you had attempts on the parts of the British to take the Charleston harbor and blockade Boston or all of these things that we've talked about. But the reason there was this gap between Lexington and Concord and the Declaration of Independence was that they were still hoping against hope they could be British citizens. That's very important for us to realize this was an attempt initially at a conservative counter revolution. They were trying to restore an order rather than break from one. They could have gone back to the original order. They would have done it. They realized that their problem was but parliament. In time, they realized that wasn't going to happen. And as an author, I have to celebrate Thomas paine because it's the booklet common sense that really puts the ball into the goal. There have been a lot of people who wanted independence. There had been a lot of people who had realized we're probably going to end up having to separate. But that hadn't been decided as a group. And then Thomas paine wrote this beautiful pamphlet called common sense. And talked about the patriot and the sunshine patriot. And how there were patriots, people who were only patriots when things were good, but when things were hard, it was moving language. It's pure poetry. Every American should read him. And that was released in January of 1776, and that really started to move the leaders, the founding fathers, more towards independence. And that's what led to all the events in 1776. So the question you've asked is very, very important because why is this they're this more than a year 1415 months between Lexington and Concord and the declaration. And it really has to do with their hope against hope. It really has to do with their naive belief, perhaps that they could restore the order that had been destroyed by the king and by parliament. When they realized that couldn't happen anymore, things changed. I want to throw one more thing in too. And that is being in historian of religion primarily. There was a revival happening all up and down the colonies. That's really important in this matter. George whitfield was leading a revival all up and down the American colonies. You have to realize the 13 colonies were primarily connected individually to England. They weren't primarily connected to each other. They did a little trading over borders, but Georgia didn't have any connection to Maine. New York didn't have any connection to Carolinas. And so, and George whitfield came along and said, there really is a conspiracy in London to spy out your liberties. That's the phrase he used to. So this preacher was preaching revival. Billy Graham figure up and down the colonies going to all 13 colonies. Not only unified the colonies, but also made them aware that there was this conspiracy cooking in London to quote unquote spy out their liberties. And that rallied the people. Every family was to have somebody who was converted in this revival. And so whitfield's certainly as influential as Billy Graham was maybe in the 50s and 60s in our time..

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Josh Hammer on This Week's Unprecedented Events Surrounding SCOTUS

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:19 min | Last month

Josh Hammer on This Week's Unprecedented Events Surrounding SCOTUS

"I have the privilege now of welcoming the next guest to the show. Josh hammer, the opinion editor for newsweek, Josh, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Andrew, good to see you, my Friends. Always a pleasure. I likewise, likewise. You are, in my opinion, one of the most prescient legal minds on the conservative side. I think you're very fair. I think you try and play it very fair, but you write extensively about the constitution, you are very well versed on the Supreme Court. Obviously you're the opinion editor at newsweek, so you have a very powerful platform. From a legal mind such as yours, looking at what's been going on over the past week and really accelerated over the last couple of days over the weekend, trying to paint a picture for the audience listening just how unprecedented this is and just how truly radical it is in your estimation. Yeah, no, Andrew, there's so much to unpack here, obviously. But before we get into the constitution and the Dobbs case and all of that, just any pro life perspective, someone who personally, you know, I cofounded law students for life, the pro life student group back when I was in law school at the University of Chicago. I have marched in sub zero temperatures in Chicago, back when I was in law school there on four life, it is really, really, really terrible that the culmination of now a half century of pro life efforts to speak on behalf of unborn children for the sacredness of all innocent human life has now been sullied by this unprecedented and really just disgusting alinsky eyed at all cost tactics that we are now seeing. And, you know, it's easy to call things unprecedented, but in this particular case, Andrew, they're literally is zero precedent for what we are seeing right now. This kind of thing simply does not happen. The Supreme Court literally can only get by when the justice is the clerks know that their emails are not going to be leaked because if the entire notion of a government of laws and not of men to kind of borrow the famous quip from John Adams back from the 1780s, if that phrase means anything at all, it means that the judicial branch and the Supreme Court in particular can not possibly be swayed or cowed by public mob

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Times Our Government Wanted to Monitor & Control Speech

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 2 months ago

Times Our Government Wanted to Monitor & Control Speech

"And now we have these efforts with the government To monitor speech of a government's monitoring speech it wants to control speech This has happened from time to time in our history The difference is believe that these were terrible terrible even grave errors on the part of presidents and congresses Whether it was done by John Adams our second president to try and silence Thomas Jefferson in the new Republican Party The Civil War period where some 200 newspapers were shut down A hundred years ago when Woodrow Wilson the more modern period actually in prison people who disagree with this position on the war when FDR unleash the IRS against his political opponents who would speak out against him and that would include numerous newspaper publishers and I could go on and on These are very very bad times in American history but now presumably we've learned from this And if you noticed how little the corrupt American media AKA the American pravda how little they've objected to this It's conservatives Constitutionalists who are objecting

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The Amendments Woodrow Wilson Supported for the Sedition Act

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 2 months ago

The Amendments Woodrow Wilson Supported for the Sedition Act

"And I touched on this yesterday and I want to tell you about Woodrow Wilson a little bit more detail In addition to being a racist and a segregationist and a Democrat And a so called progressive And this is straight out of unfreedom of the press but nonetheless the facts are important During the course of World War I which will Wilson who had been a leaning progressive intellectual for decades supported a series of congressional amendments that Congress added to the so called espionage act Which collectively became known as the sedition act of May 16th 1918 Sedition act It was one of the acts passed under John Adams you'll recall And this act stated in part whoever when the United States is at war shall willfully utter print write or publish any disloyal profane scurrilous or abusive language about the form of government of the United States for the constitution of the United States Where the military or naval forces of the United States are the flag of the United States or the uniform of the army or the navy of the United States into contempt scorn Or disrepute shall be punished by a fine of not more than $10,000 back then It's big today was massive back then Or the imprisonment for not more than 20 years or both Provided that any employee or official of the United States government who commits any disloyal on patriotic or disloyal language or who and it abusive and violent matter criticizes the army or navy or the flag of the United States shall be at once dismissed from service

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"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:39 min | 2 months ago

"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We have already spoken to John Quincy Adams. We'll talk to Jay billis at the top of the hour, more of your phone calls after this. You are listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. Legend is next. Whoo. He's called by the black hat and a half, what's going on my friend? Legend. Man, I'm so proud of you, dude. You've been wearing that black hat. Ever since I gave you that black hat, you just been slapping folks down. I'm proud of it. Do that one time I remember my brother. There you go, everybody in the house. Get it one time. I care. Hey, Paul. All of them prison for 15 years. And one of the ways you survive and prison is you have the ability to read people. Now I have read The Art of War in The Art of War since that the way to survive in the jungle is no who the mess with and who not the mess with. And let me tell you something. You don't mess with Paul fine bob. Thank you. In the prison yard, baby. If you don't get on me and have some Joe will. Be going to prison legend. I've got some friends already. Hey, yeah, they ain't gonna let you go down. The first day I was in prison, I had 20 guys from my home county come and get me and say, you stay with us. It has the way I survive, brother. I tell you never read nights from walker county was respected and prison. I began talking. Yeah, they couldn't thank you. They take it down baseball bat too. But hey, Paul, one of the things about being in prison, you know, you know, I read one time. I was a big reader. I said there's 7 personalities in the world when it comes to people. And one of them is a psycho. There's no help for that person, Paul. There's absolutely no help for that individual. And I can look at a person and tell you who as a psycho and who ain't a psycho. I can listen to a person and tell you who's a psycho and who ain't a psycho. So let me tell you, Daryl is a freaking psycho. Yes, he is. Look at that picture, Paul. That's a serial killer, dude. I'll tell you, I can read people that dude is a serial killer. I'll tell you that he has a problem. That is a freaking psychopath that dude right there is a psycho. He came on here talking about Nick Saban, the Kirby smart would win more championships than Nick Saban by the times he's certainly that is a crazy person. That is a freaking psycho pile that is a psycho. Let me tell you, you want me to tell you who else on your shoulder. Please. That's a freaking psycho. I read them, Paul. Dad is a freaking psycho. That dude is a saint one day a center to next. I mean, the dude is like frigging psycho. And let me tell you who else is a psycho. Augie. Tag he's a psycho. Psycho. Paul, you know and I know there's a few good lawyers in the world and that's it. The rest of them are the biggest crooks that ever walked this out of Paul. You know it and I know it. Lawyers have got more people off that was guilty. Lawyers have got more corporations out that have killed millions of people by poisoning water in the air, lawyers are the biggest crooks that have ever walked on miss earth and for two to the court reporter to claim he's a lawyer. That's a psychopath. And let me tell you why I know this. I'm a reform psycho. Hey, legend, that we're about to run out of time, so I don't know if we if we finish the psycho list or not, but if we didn't, we can continue it later on. Wow. Jay billis is coming up now. He's not a psycho..

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"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:43 min | 2 months ago

"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"The pride passion that patents of college football lives here. This is the Paul fine bomb show hour one podcast. And welcome, we've made it to the middle of the week. A lot to do today. Thanks for joining us on four 20. You know we're going to be high throughout this program. Good afternoon. Welcome and let's get going right now. And talk about what is on the minds of everyone and that's the college football season. One of our guests will be joining us for a few minutes. He ranked the SEC east QBs and who does he have at the top? How about hand in hooker? Spencer Rattler stetson Bennett, levis, AR-15, Brady cook. How about that name in Mike Wright? That's according to John Adams of the Knoxville news sentinel. Lane kiffin? He has a game this weekend. And will this be the biggest test of lane kiffin's head coaching career today, according to an article? New quarterback. New D.C., new kiffin. Lincoln's still talking about himself. What is surprising about that? Sometimes life throws you a curve ball. As much as my family and I love Norman and cherish the I'm already seeing the BS coming out of this quote. The success we were having on the field, sometimes life throws you curve balls. At the most unexpected times, honestly, I always figured I would end my coaching career at OU, but when my agent blame it on the agent called to pass along interest in USC, I was immediately intrigued by the possibilities. Forget the fact that he was already negotiating with LA Shu and who knows who else Lincoln Riley do not expect anyone in America to believe that horse that horse chapel. Oscar she boy announced today that he is coming back for another year. What about it? Oscar. I'm a person who I don't make a decision. A bed is what I think is good for me. So I think in most of the time I pray for it and it has to be guided what it is good for me I can do. So we've been in fasting and praying with my family, my mom, everybody. To try and ask a guy for decision to help us. So I asked a guy, you have brought me I became the national player of the year. I became every way by why my name is none of the first one. I always wanted to be a lot of repeat top 2015, but I had a guy so why I'm not there yet. So God has told me he's not done with me yet, so I decide and he told me like he would want me to go back and just walk because he's not done with me in this place here. So I'll be back again so I'll be here next year for Kentucky I would be in the blue and taking next year again. More in I L news. A three star defensive tackle worth a half a million of four Star Wars a million. Sounds good to me. The sticker shock. Of college football recruiting according to the athletic. John Quincy Adams will join us here in a few minutes. J Bill is on she way in NIL, Candace story Lee on some big announcements at Vanderbilt. She is the athletic director. Ross dellinger and Stuart man Dell and your phone calls at 8 5 5 two four two 7 two 8 5. We begin with Skywalker, go right ahead. Happy fine ball four 20 doctor Paul. And honor of everyone being chilled today on four 20. I'd like to propose a friendly four 20 phone a feud with the inaugural match between cat daddy and miss fight. And do you like maid of power as Paul? There's this place down here in dolphin island that makes bacon mayor pie so good. I composed the bacon later pass on. Here it goes. Bacon made a pie, bacon made a pie. Ain't nothing better than apparently he is taking the holiday too seriously. John is up next. Hello, John. Hey, Paul. Happy hump day or is it hemp day? I didn't hear that. That guy was one took over the line if you asked me. I've got an NAL question, but I have to tell you yesterday's show is very entertaining. My daughter comes by Tuesday and Thursday and she says, did you hear Amy? And I said, yeah. Oh man. She's smoothly, she moves smoothly more from Peter to an acronym for Richard and she was enough before you knew it happened. Yeah, I got snookered on that one. And started dabo, and then the fashion critic cat daddy turned your finely tailored pinstriped suit known as the Don or mafia down to tear into a burial outfit. And I want you to know Jackie that right before I came in today, I stopped by the goodwill drop off and that suit now sleeps with the fishes. And Jim's evil twin returned. They wrote me a receipt for the value of it. The guy said, well, I'll be generous. She seemed like a nice guy. I'll go 25 bucks. Buy you a cup of coffee. And then Jim's evil twin returned after having what I thought was a really respectful nice call with the archbishop last Friday. I want to say this about Jim, and I think I got a little bit taken away with one of the other callers, but I'm glad Jim did call in at the end of the show because it was only right that I expressed to him what the archbishop told me and the archbishop was sincere about the conversation. As was Jim in his conversation with him, yeah, I agree. And if he practiced the Bible and turned the cheek or returned someone takes a poke at him, he wouldn't be the show spinata. It's just my feeling on Jim. Well, and by the way, thank you for making that last stop at good Friday. So special with the archbishop. Thank you very, very much, John. You'd be well. You take care of yourself. Mac is up next in Baltimore. Hello Mac. Hey, Paul. Happy Wednesday. I hope you're doing well today. We are, thank you. I know that you got Jay Bellas coming on. So I was hoping if you could ask him, you know, she would return and Kentucky fans got to be excited. He's a returning national player of the year. But in recent history, most teams that make a deep run and even win the national championship are not revolved around a stud center or big man. Right. In my opinion, I think that this commitment really just means that Kentucky isn't winning the national championship next year. There have a good year could repeat his SEC player of the year, but you know, the tournament goodbye. You can't win with him. Yeah, I'm really glad he's coming back. He seemed very sincere in what he said. There's a lot of speculation in the bluegrass tonight that he is going to profit from it. And why not? He deserves it. He is the real deal, but she way coming back is not going to get Kentucky to the final four. They need a lot more than that. I think that him coming back means that a 100% they aren't, you know, regardless of the way I can't make that statement. I mean, I could probably, I could probably say you're right based on Kentucky's track record in recent years. We'll talk to Jay. He knows a lot more about it than I do. John Adams is coming up in a minute, John Q Adams will join us talking about hindon.

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"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:51 min | 3 months ago

"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Seeing girls, they just want you. That picked the most expensive place you can go in the food usually not no good. I mean, they don't have fried chicken on the plate. I mean, you know, they want to go these little sociopolitical country girls. Don't waste time with fine Italian wines, do they? No, no, they drank beer straight out of the can found S out here to grill for you. I mean, we've put the grill up and that's just how we do it in the country. And when we have a bug, I'm talking about Bob Ross. Will you be careful there? Author is in San Francisco. Paul. I'm not sure if you heard, but I was first four out and I had to go to the NIT of the caller bracket. I did hear that. I got knocked out first round too. But you have, but you have Arkansas and Gonzaga in your crib this weekend. Man, in a pavlovian type of way, I've heard you say San Francisco more times on the show today than I have ever heard in my years of listening. Arkansas come in the must buses coming. We're excited to have them. I'll be there at Chase center Thursday. And so we hope to see all the fans come. Byron, we also talk about Todd golden. I've been following the dawn for a long, long time, and I'm not going to call it a home run hire for Florida. You know, I think Lincoln Riley and Brian Kelly, those are home run hired. But the Dons played really well this year. It is not easy to get a mid major at large business. And is this Bill Russell school from the 50s? Even Paul even you are an old enough to remember him. But yes, this is. Okay. Wow. Yeah, this is a school that has that history. It's an urban campus school in the city. And they even in the 70s, I believe, reached a number one ranking. I want to say with Bill Cartwright, but that's a little bit before my time. But yeah, but the school has not made the tournament in since the 90s. And this was their first time in as in that large. And I get a lot of credit to Tom golden. You know, I think it's really telling that they're officially there's no openings in the car 12, but I think of a school like calend Berkeley or a school like Stanford thought they could have gotten thought they could have afforded him to give him the resources. They would have left their current coaches. And we're up against a bright, but thank you for the call. We're coming right back. Hey, it is a Bonnie Jones. What's your favorite podcast? Let me tell you why that'll be number two after you listen to mine. Three times a week and I'm gonna challenge you to keep up with me as I discuss topics from the latest in technology and music. And people getting dumped on. Also, you get the very best analysis of the games, and we watched it with encyclopedic level historical connection. Plus, we have got a community of a guest.

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"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:04 min | 3 months ago

"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Taking my phone call. Actually around this neighborhood, they call me Wolverine, but let me tell you what. What's with the last caller? This guy is happy that he lost to a play in team. My Michigan wolverines are 1714 team going to the tournament and look at their hide, they're playing great, but he sounds like he's won the national championship, but you lost to a play in team, my friend. You know, it's all about Bama, which is a fantastic. I get it, but my God, dude. You think the sun sets on Alabama? Okay, there's other college teams out there and you didn't prove to my friend. You lost to the plant team and my wolverines have set a record in the Big Ten, 5 consecutive straight, sweet 16s, Paul. Thank you, Dan. His boy, it's Wolverine. I think it wasn't Tennessee that lost to that playing team. Alabama lost to another play in team, I think. It was Notre-Dame. Wow. Joe, are you are you upset about this basketball? I'm not upset about it, Paul, but let me start with right here. Hey, go all right, why are you red puppy? You're a thing. Don't get pleased and legend goes marking on. Roll guy rope, hold up, set the borders got me. I mean, I'm not, I do hate Tennessee law. But I'm not, but I'm not upset about it. Joe, I know you're an Alabama fan, but watching auburn lose, especially when they're a big favorite. I mean, is that one of the greatest highs you can have? After what, after what they, the trash talk they did when bam lost to Georgia. You know, but they deserve they deserve every bit of everything that's covered to them right now because the only thing they got over Alabama is some other thing. So yeah, they may have made it some basketball this year, but we beat your butt and put more. It might have been closed when it came down to man versus man. I've missed that ball. It went to four overtimes. Well, I mean, that's make himself for longer, Paul. Make him suffer longer. True. But you know, we didn't have to worry about over time with a real team. Scrub team. I mean, something like that can slip up on you because at that time we played that right there. I mean, we're all looking the bars to Georgia. You know that because we wanted Georgia back because they had that number one spot. And I think we were kind of just overlooking over and we didn't play our best game. We were still won the game. But red dog go away in licking out boy. You just got you, but thanked by legend and I'm not going to say nothing much about augie and Jim, except for this right here, Paul. All of you so ugly when he was more involved, they had to put ten winners on his income. And laying right next to him was him. And they had the double dip gems winter. I mean, they had to double him his. 'cause I heard what Jim says, he tells me obi, but hey, wars is that. I think he's one that's so ugly. He can't show his face. And but I'm glad that he gonna win it off, Paul. You know that. I mean, everybody in the country, no legends gonna win this thing. And you know, so I don't even care how I stand in it. But I just won't catch up to meet all of you. Who are you up against? Joel. Oh, Charles. No low contender. I was a girl for a minute, but I gave her back to him. But you know, that's just part of, you know what? Well, I never met her. And that might be why we ain't heard from Joe. Donna, Charles has not returned to the scene of the crime. I think he's jacking up with her, Paul. I think he's shaking up with her. And you know, and that might be a good thing that both neither one can do no better. You know, I don't know. 6 weeks ago, Valentine's Day. Did you ever get whatever happened to you in your lady? Well, it worked at sales. I mean, it worked itself out. And by the way, I got a hot girl. I mean, she's pretty hot. I mean, there ain't no doubt about it. But I mean, she's, you know, we're Friends, but known each other for years. And so she knows me better than anybody. When you call your girlfriend hot, is that a compliment? Is that what does that mean? She's good-looking, Paul. He's a good-looking. Got it. I'm gonna teach you. She's a country girl. She knows this and saying, and she's Purdue for you. When you have a country girl, for those of us who don't live out in the country like you do, is that different than having a city girl? Yes, yes. Yes. It's like I'll tell you what a country girl you go out and you don't want to pay for the mail. You don't let it be in a man, but in seeing girls, they just want you. That picked the most expensive place you can go in the food usually not no good. I mean, they don't have fried chicken on the plate. I mean, you know, they want to go these little sociopolitical country girls. Don't waste time with fine Italian.

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"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:19 min | 3 months ago

"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"To come right after this. You were listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. And we welcome you back here on a Monday afternoon. If you had a good day, bad day, update, down day, you're looking for that one moment of the program that will uplift you. It is now. Legend is next. Whoo. Blackjack, baby, east coast, but what's up guys? What's up, brother? Hey, just adjusting the news from John Adams at Tennessee will be the biggest threat for Georgia in the SEC east. Let's see deranged. Tennessee whisky, baby, that's what I'm talking about. Listen. Yeah, it's a good Tennessee friend. It'd be good to put Tennessee to get competitive again, but then under the curse of the fat man and it ain't going to happen anytime in the near future. No time in the near future. Hey, Paul, when you had the show started, you had that damn, it's Monday, look on your face, brother, you have a rough weekend. Just a rough day. Fog horn. What's up with that? Well, FogHorn did not exactly calm me down. But yeah, you're right. I did have that. Why do I have to be here today? It's 72° outside. Really, yeah, that day of his monthly look on your face. Well, I try to cheer you up, bro I got the chair up. You had a collar earlier. That had a couple of dogs bucket barking in the background. You remember that? No, I do, yes. They're too much. Yeah, yeah. What do you ask them what their names first thing that came to my mind was red dog and Daryl. Getting better. Look at the bracket red dog. Nose or diamond says the legend would restore the order of power. That's right. No drama said this. And you brother are going down the day. I'm headed for a confrontation with the drunk top player in the family name, baby. I'm chasing a rain. I'm chasing a ring red dog and down. Target was a bad weekend for basketball schools. Yes, it was. You know, ever since I went to Vegas and bet that grand on all green, they went straight downhill, man. I had about 8 to one and by the way that I could have got about 40 or one, but they went straight downhill. Was it worth it? Hell yeah. The same Bruce pearl. Well, the good news is Albert fans are going to be a team barbecue next week. So tear up. And football season is on the way. And you've got to tell zone as a quarterback..

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"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:19 min | 3 months ago

"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Why are my teams failing so in the postseason and performance so great in the regular season and in the SEC tournament. I mean, Tennessee really looked like I thought, I thought this team could go to the final four and that's not just based on my proximity to it. I thought it was that good. And when you win the SEC tournament and you beat a team is hottest Texas a and E, you beat a team as talented as Kentucky, I mean that was confirmation and so I was stunned the way it played against Michigan. I didn't think it played that badly, but down the stretch Michigan was just better. So why do his teams do so well in the regular season and poorly in the postseason? It has to be more than half and stance. I know the NCAA tournament is totally unpredictable. A three pointer goes awry or it goes right through the net in one team wins once even loses. But I think there has to be something beyond that. Yeah, John, since Thursday, not a lot of Kentucky fans have been saying the same thing. But in fairness to John calipari, he does have that coveted national championship and what four final fours at least and a number of elite 8s and that's something that the Tennessee just can't quite get past. I know Bruce pearl, I think, got to want to lead 8 during his tenure, but the month of March, even to some of the greatest Tennessee teams in history, has been an absolute disaster. I know Paul, you know that Tennessee has it has a large following a large fan base, particularly for the SEC and basketball. I mean, they're great fans here. And to have that kind of tradition and fan interest in that big of an arena should never have made the final four and only one elite 8. I mean, that's puzzling in itself. So I know there are a lot of fans disappointed, but a lot of other fans still look at it. Well, we got a really good coach and so it's just kind of an intriguing situation the way it is right now. But I will say that when you looked at the SEC this year Paul and I watched a lot of SEC basketball, I thought this was a great year for the SEC. I thought Arkansas Kentucky, auburn, and Tennessee could all make a deep run in the NCAA tournament. I mean, watching them all season long and I also thought Alabama on a given night could beat anybody, it proved that early season albeit in beating Gonzaga most talented team in the country. So all of these teams except Arkansas are gone now. And in one, if there's any common theme, I thought it was a lot of defense and not quite enough offense. And I just wonder if this league has become so defensive minded that it's lacking an offense and then when it gets into this tournament and maybe some teams that it's never faced before that are more effective, offensively do fare better. I mean, that's no great analysis, but all of those teams are great defensively and I didn't think they were great defensively in this tournament. With John Adams and John, on that subject, it was just a week ago at about this moment, Seth Greenberg, whose coached many places, including 11 years in the ACC, was flat out said the SEC has leapfrogged his words. The ACC and basketball and now there is a lot of criticism going around Bruce Perl said that the league very well was going to get crushed and we're having this conversation civilly, but still this is how you make your reputation and I know that for a lot of non basketball fans who just pick up the sport in March, they.

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"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:07 min | 3 months ago

"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"The pride passion and pageantry of college football lives here. This is the Paul finebaum show hour three podcast. Welcome I'll be back checking out the show is live, we'll head to Knoxville in a couple of minutes, talk to John Adams, the longtime sports columnist there. Let's continue with more phone calls and Steve is in Nashville. Hello Steve. Hey Paul, I'll make this short in one minute. Many time listener, first time caller. I just want to tell you, I want to apologize to the city of Nashville. I didn't go to Vanderbilt, but I am a native for an idiot calling you and saying anybody associated with Vanderbilt would be approaching a deal with the ACC. The SEC is the only league that can afford to have Vanderbilt. I mean, and Vanderbilt has some things to offer, certainly. But what an idiot. And lord knows if there's any day you deserve to go home and have an adult beverage. This is it. These guys also better get used to the fact these longtime fans Kentucky and the longtime older coach fans, this is a new world. Winning today is so much harder, much less once. My God, twice, three times. Look at. My K and those guys and the other coaches. How many times did they want recently? There's so much talent and there's so much great coaching. There's so much influence by the AAU, which wasn't there before. Anyway, thanks for holding in and having some patience while you endear the idiots of the world. Thank you very much. And Steve mentioned that I deserved an adult beverage after the show Randy. Yes, we do. I will confess, I was brought up to never tell a lie. I had one during the last break..

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The January 6 Committee Is a Bogus Operation From Start to Finish

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:11 min | 5 months ago

The January 6 Committee Is a Bogus Operation From Start to Finish

"The Pelosi January 6th committee is a bogus operation from start to finish. It is not about revealing the truth about January 6th. It's about confirming a narrative. It's about suppressing in some cases the truth. And it's also about going after and demonizing Trump supporters, including people who had little or nothing to do with January 6th. But what I'm going to focus on today is the means that are used by the January 6th committee to carry out its nefarious operations. Now it was lord Acton, I believe who said that absolute power. Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. And what actin is getting at is the power, which is a reality in the world. Does have to be checked. It requires oversight. It requires legal limitations. John Adams writing around the time of the founding spoke about power. He used the word dominion, dominion here, meaning authority, exercising force, over someone else. And John Adams made the point that this idea of dominion is kind of a tyrannical impulse in human nature. And again, Adams was talking about the need for power to be balanced to be checked. And that is what our complex constitutional machinery is supposed to do. Now, I've talked on this podcast about the abuses of the FBI. The FBI, for example, trying to do surveillance on people, getting their bank records, but here's the point, the FBI is under legal limitation. The FBI can't just get your bank records because they feel like it. They do require they have to go to a judge. They have to get a warrant. They have to get permission. They need to have some defined authority that they can appeal to and say, look right here, this is what gives us the authorization to do this. Interestingly, these limitations do not, or at least in the view of the January 6th committee do not apply to

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"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:28 min | 9 months ago

"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And by the way, Ted Bundy called me a minute ago and was a little bit upset, Jim did not mention his name in connection to Iman. Squirrel is up next. How are you? I'm doing pretty good, man. It's been an explosive last hour of the show here. And first of all, I would like to say kudos to our man for having encouraged to have a phone to you with a non year two time band veteran like Bannon dick. It showed a lot of courage, you know. And then to come on and then GM comes just land basket. He's worse in Hitler. Is that well? I don't think he I'm trying to remember whether he mentioned Hitler, Mussolini, Pol Pot. And I was thinking serial killers too. It's easy to say that I was in wait a minute. I was listening to some serial killers in my head too that I would put ahead of Iman two as far as I mean in the Pantheon of serial killers. I mean, John Wayne Gacy, Jeffrey. Oklahoma, too. What was that? It wasn't the ID. What was that guy called out there? No, there was a zodiac and then there was one with like the, your initials. Yeah, yeah, yeah. BBK. But I mean, I'm in that group. That's quite a group picture, isn't it? No. Well, you know, I'm going to have private conversations before we debated who Jim disliked more me or him, but I think that kind of pretty well settled it right there. But do you remember the time that Jim wished he wished death on me? He wished the flu on either UI man in stage four cancer in the other one. I can't remember. I think he wishes were on me. I think you wish states were canceled. He wished I would just die by anything. And he for some reason, and we get the flu. And I thought that was weird. By the way, he was letting it he was letting him off pretty easy easily with just a flu. That was a Spanish flu. Well, you know, I'm Spanish. I listen. Could you do me a favor the next couple of weeks? I have a friend who is going through a tough time. And will you please not refrain from calling my friend a shrimp boat captain? You got to admit, I said he was the one hit wonder before they won. You really did. I'm sitting there defending owes you on going, I can't believe I've attached my that was before the national championship though, wasn't it? I can't believe 6 months after I said it, you brought it up and said that you were personally offended by that. That still blows my mind. Well, you know, it doesn't take much to personally offend me. He'll be on Sabin's rehab coaching list here but maybe next year. So anyway, look, hi, thanks for taking my call. It's been a great show. We appreciate you ending it for us. And we are going to end it here before we upset any other serial killers out there who may be watching from death row. Have a good night. Thank you for listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast, the Paul find bob show airs weekdays on the SEC network, beginning at three eastern..

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"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:55 min | 9 months ago

"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Welcome back. Great to have all of you with us here as the final hour has done. We have spoken to our next guest many times over the last couple of years and almost every call has been more depressing than the next. Not because I don't like our guess. It's just a subject matter has been awful. It's not that way today. John Adams, oranges from the Knoxville new Senate, John, how are things an old rocky top? Paul, I'm happy to report things are looking Tennessee is one back SEC games and scored a 107 points in the process. Jeremy Pruitt's teams couldn't score a 107 points in two games, against cardboard cutouts. So fans are really excited about first year coach Josh hypo and what he's doing with the offense. Hyper is not he's not a flashy personality, unlike the coach on the opposite side for OMS Saturday, but he's got a really flashy offense. It's doing great. He's overcome some serious obstacles. And I know he hasn't played beaten great teams, but to put up those kind of points, I think has given Tennessee fans hope for the future and a chance to realize that this offense could potentially really be dynamic. John, yeah, I mean, we realize the opponents are not great, but Kentucky played one of those opponents a couple weeks ago, and I think they scored 16 points. So it's not just beating empty tomato cans. I mean, these are SEC teams. How has he done it? Well, pretty much his advertised. I mean, when he's an offensive coordinator, Missouri, when he was a head coach at Central Florida, very prolific offenses, offenses that can be hard to deal with because of the up tempo element. I mean he and O mis, I think have the two they were in place about as fast as any teams in the country, so it's similar to line here if it's team in that respect. But this is what he's always done. And I think it can level the playing field sometimes against more talented teams. What's so impressive to me is he's done this with a kind of a patchwork offense of line. And he's done it with who started out to be as backup quarterback and in hooker and I think that was a mistake that he quickly rectified Booker didn't start the first two games, but he's clearly better than the start of Joe Milton, who opens season is number one. So he's made these adjustments. He may be adjustment in quarterback and it doesn't seem to matter what happens, all the injuries to running backs and offensive line island, he finds a way to move the ball and as you pointed out, Kentucky didn't move the ball that well against Missouri. Boston college, which has a pretty good offense, then move the ball that well against Missouri against Tennessee. And I just think it's really Tennessee hasn't had a coach in a long time. Might have to go all the way to back to Doug Dickey. And I'm really dating myself there. Most people will know Doug Dickey is. I know him as a Tennessee. But I wasn't here then, but I heard so many people tell me about what a great play caller he was and a great game manager. Well, Tennessee's one games and had great teams, but it wasn't as though you thought Tennessee was going to out coach the other guy so much. But I think with hypo, I think Tennessee fans feel confident that they can win the X's and O's battle with me be in it. I think it's a real a real boost for Tennessee fans from around. Which brings us to Saturday night before we get to the game kiffin has been there countless times as an assistant. Does this feel different that he's coming in as a head coach? Yeah, and you combine it with the other elements. I mean, Tennessee is on an ascent right now. It's getting ready to play its first SEC night game of the year. I expect one of the loudest and largest crowds Tennessee to add in quite a while, because really kiffin gets mixed reviews here. I mean, some people still blaming for leaving after one year in two 1009 and taking the Southern California job, but others have come to respect him and they know what a great job he did in that one year he was at Tennessee. One 7 games with a team that wasn't that talented. And so they're going to want to beat him in the worst way and I'm sure oh miss will be booed heartily when it takes a feel. But I think a number of Tennessee fans are receiving emails from these people who said, they would take it back as a head couch now. So there's just a lot of emotion tied into this game for Tennessee fans. Probably some for lane kiffin. I know he was here as an offensive coordinator at Alabama, but heroin much doubt how the gang was going to go when he was offensive coordinator at Alabama. There's some doubt as to how this game could go. Yeah, I mean, this game, I think before the season, you really couldn't have imagined it being this close from a line standpoint or even an expectation standpoint. Let's talk about those expectations because it seemed to me that if Tennessee figured out a way to get to a ball game, it was a good season. And by the way, it wasn't all that it wasn't like the biggest upset because you talked about it one time when you were here this summer. The schedule was not that difficult. But after losing to Pittsburgh, it seemed like it could not happen. Yeah, beating Missouri got Tennessee back on track. People forget now, particularly the way Missouri's defense is playing. Lizari was a favorite in that game. And Tennessee really really gave it a beating. I think 6 and 6 might still be the most realistic number. Tennessee is getting ready to play four nationally ranked teams in succession. Granted, there's an open data in the middle of that. But I can't see Tennessee B now Alabama Georgia or beating Kentucky and Lexington. But I could see them beating all this because it's just going to be a basketball, fast break type game. And those games can go anyway, as you know. John, considering the depths of despair that this program has been in, what has it been like there? I guess the first, I guess it's last week was at home. So this is the second, but Tennessee has played so many of these early games, which good or bad, it's still hard to create a dynamic atmosphere. Is it not oh, of course, it is Paula. It's hard to get pumped for a new kick-off, especially when you're playing Tennessee tech. So here you've just got everything you need in a week or so ago, athletic directors gaining white is trying to in light of complaints by fans at the lines for beer were too long. He's got more vendors and more stands. So I think that that could play into the noise level against all miss Saturday night. But you know how, is it every venue just about in the SEC,.

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"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:57 min | 9 months ago

"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Free because he's our mom or you come in here and watch me. I'm on TV. I was like in my head, but I'm on TV. Let me tell you something. I am monkey. My mother passed away 5 years ago. I ain't never had my mother for nothing. I heard they was like, I got. I share money. You served 14 years in the military? Yes, sir. I told you that Paul 5 years ago. I'm a knight in veteran and say these. So, man. My mother's going to be your first man. I'm still playing. I've never asked you this, but did you serve the country? I was born in May. In your life, man. We're certainly have not. You know, I didn't have to. I did not have. And American as you are. And what you did now. He was a CB. 12 years, I went to save days for two years. Okay. When I got out of the navy we're talking, I say something to that. Well, by the way, I was not in the navy, but my nephew graduated from the U.S. naval academy. Does that mean anything? I know that I know you. Are you just going to ramble on? I mean, you know, I mean, I'm a free American. I want to get in this conversation for one reason. So we're coming right back. John Adams, another great American will join.

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"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:45 min | 9 months ago

"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"The pride passion then pageantry of college football lives here. This is the Paul Fein bomb show our four podcast. Final hour, John Adams from Knoxville on the resurgent Tennessee. Who thought we would be saying that. In the middle of October, welcome back to the program. Bama Nick is next. You're gonna get me more than 20 seconds a day. It depends on whether you earn it. I want to respond. I'm monkeys called. I just heard on a damn show, that idiot. You got the all the time you need. I have replaying over the last two or three months calling your show and not renting Raven going crazy. Okay. Like I have for 9 years, I got banned off the show to a three time. But I man, that guy is an idiot. Hey, I mean, he I don't know. He might have been glamorous to somebody that loves to say Alba and when his own team gets like he said by 25, 24 and old home stadium and just rice may poet, rice may. My nerves are shot. Why don't you admit it, bam and Nicky, you can't handle losing because you're an Alabama fan and you have a superior superiority complex. And when I'm takes you down a few notches, you just go crazy. I don't mind going to write about Alabama. But he don't mention all the goodness. Why do you care whether he mentions auburn or not? We call it out. I'm from Alabama. You know that. Alabama. That wasn't hard to figure out. I mean, I'm not a bright guy, but I can figure that way. But seriously, when a guy calls in and his name is bammer Nick, I mean, is it hard for you, Randy to conclude that he's going to say he's a Bama fan? No, but why is he so obsessed with Alabama getting started worrying about his own team winning? Because he doesn't care about his own team, maybe. He wants to see if he can irritate you, Bama fans. Well, you're probably right, but he needs to worry about all but situation. What situation is that? There are 6 games into a new coach. Yeah. And what's that record? Born too? There you go. And what should I have to say? I don't know. I'm not Nostradamus. I mean Nick, what are you doing? Okay. What about you guys? You're going to win this weekend? Yeah, we're going to beat the hell out of this at the state. You just tell our man. He needs a damn thing to worry about. Obama football. Nick, would you like to talk to him? Because he's calling in right now. Yeah, let his ass on him. I'm tired of him. Okay. I thought we had him on the line there. Okay, give us one more second. This takes a little bit got away for I'm in to get the operator among Montgomery to get him a free call. Apparently he's not calling in. So we're going to have to dispense with that idea. That's what I'm noticing. What happened to the photos? I thought we were going to have one, but I'm in backed out. Well, that's good, because he knows I'll put his ass in the damn hold on, hold on. I think he's calling again, give us time. Okay, hold on, just a second, let's make sure we do. Okay, I manage on the call is on the phone with Nick. You know what, Paul, give barman Nick stick. I hate coming into this him being unarmed. I mean, by, you better call her death. I'm like, I'm on the phone when I move forward, I bring him over. Y'all call the friends and neighbors call for his neighbors, 'cause I gotta tell him a thing or two. I got him piece of my mind. You can't give me a piece of nothing but Nick, I don't care where you're from. I don't care what you're thinking. I don't care if you think I never talk about my thing because you know, you know what? You know what I'm talking about? And you know it. What are you doing? Ohio and powerful, misled. Never been in no matter how many times. It doesn't matter Nicolas. To you. And you know what? I'm living free in your day. Rent free. I got to live in room with great room too bad. Three bedrooms can a parking garage. You're ain't got nothing. What do you got? Yours, I want you to respond I'm in. What can I respond to some moron as talking crap about what he owned? Hell, I got a full bedroom three bath house, which everybody goes around. What's your talking about it? So now that crap, I ain't got no football. St. Paul, I mean, you're going to have to interpret. I told him I was living free in his head and I had all that. You have to admit, he does have a fun idiot. You know, I love it when guys like bandra Nick come in all in educating me. Can I get a good year for a second? How come? Absolutely. How come Baba Nick's living better than I am? Aren't you? The land. I'll tell you why he's living.

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Every Founding Father Said You Cannot Have Liberty Without Virtue

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 9 months ago

Every Founding Father Said You Cannot Have Liberty Without Virtue

"And this is in my book read discovering americanism I would argue that the three most important books I ever wrote American Marxism liberty and tyranny and rediscovering americanism Rediscovering americanism being the heaviest He explained in his book and I quote liberty in short can not be discussed in the abstract As if it were totally independent of public virtue and the framework of institutions John Adams knowledge that freedom is a delicate plant that even watering it with the blood of martyrs is dubious nutriment Impels them to outline a practical system for liberty under law Liberty must be under law There is no satisfactory alternative The liberty without law endures so long as a lamb among wolves Even the compass of civil laws does not sufficiently hedge liberty about Under cover of the best laws imaginable freedom may still be infringed If virtue is lacking Damn near every founding father said you can not have liberty without virtually Kirk says what sort of government then will stimulate the indispensable private and public virtue comprehended in the golden rule And the answer of course is a constitutional republic that's on

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"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:47 min | 10 months ago

"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Latest news and trends in and around the nfl were joined by analysts like former nfl quarterback dominique foxworth for with insider and fantasy expert field. Yates and espn radio's mike. Golic juniors also get wrong if you like xs and os analytics and probably too much dog talk. Money is the give it a. Listen wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome back great to have all of you with us. charlie is up next in alabama. Hello charlie all how you doing. I'm well thank you great. Hey paul been listening to you. And john adams bash tennessee further. Poor play or ncaa they're scheduling about everything else. You know But i think you need to give some of the other schools in the congress created the playing patsies. I mean didn't album. Just play. Akron zips and then alabama peg mercer and You know there's a lot of patches in the league. It were playing. And i think we ought to give bravo schools and not just tennessee but You know every dog has their day and I think you to spray around school. She's he'll really Bad about not giving him credit. Charlie i agree i hate these games. doesn't matter who it is and it's just happened. That tennessee had cancelled game with With west point to make way for for akron In auburn case. I i don't think you can be too critical for playing akron considering that the just came back from happy valley. But thank you for the call. Thank you for sharing your comments. Mike is up next to hello mike. How's it going very well thank you. I'm glad i'm following. Charlie from alabama instead of joe from alabama. I've never heard a call like that one right there. Thank you but anyway. This tennessee florida game. I know you guys put declared she. Now which means more the the florida or alabama game. The game is the next game on the schedule. That's why means more but not only that tennessee's whole season has always been but based on have it in the florida game and it's no longer a rivalry. We haven't worn in so long that you know to have a rivalry you'd have to. You'd have to win a game once in a while in the same way with alabama with that being said i think we finally got a football coach and not not just a coordinator The games. I'm washed tennessee. Gave away the pit name. They outplayed pitt but they made enough mistakes to lose three football games but the one thing i did notice they played hard for sixty minutes on both sides of football but didn't quit and i. It gives tennessee fans a little bit of hope But tennessee fans or not optimistic anymore. We're just kinda dazed and confused. We haven't had a good football team and so long that they were scammed over and bruise deeply and it is what it is at this point. But you know either way. They're still being supported and go lulls. Thank you mike. It's not easy being tennessee. All right now but the spirit remains high. Vinnie is in new jersey. I mean we're else. Hey vinnie paul how are you doing. We're doing well. thank you. You know paul. We haven't talked in a long time. I mean i think the last time i called in you and i talked about It was on veterans day. And my my father hitting time and had ryan ormondy sure. But that's not why i was calling. Just. that's not why. I was calling today while i was calling today was I just so enjoy the beginning of your show. Every day when i hear tammy's voice The those of us that have been following you for gosh fifteen years from you know all the different shows and i used to love. I used to love listening. Tammy and it. We're coming up on three years since she died here at highway two eighty and her friend or and i and i every day when i hear her voice paul i kinda get a good feeling you know like the good old days and i just miss her shoes. Great guest and i don't know who she's either it's legend or jim from real town or somebody should give it a bunch of crap to on the phone. That day i think act slip. She was talking to jim from tuscaloosa. Jim francesco is she. She died in november a week before thanksgiving and out doubt me. I i people. Always ask me about callers. And i've written about it and i'll continue to talk about hopefully for a long time and i mean there's never been anyone quite like her. She was the most unique caller that. Forget this you no doubt that matter. Yeah yeah she she was. Just you know i can. Hike can remember driving to iowa to eighty. Listen to her arguing with somebody and just laughing so hard. She was such a good call and Just enjoyed her enjoyed so much. You know it was a loss. I know that we all it when it happened. You know and But that's why i call it just today. i i love that clip. I hope it stays on there for a long time and also more academy But you know continue to look what you giving us a good idea. Maybe as we get closer to that We we should spend some time On that date Talking about her because there she's worth. I mean there's there's there's no there was never a bad call. Everyone was as entertaining as were more entertaining. More entertaining than the one before you have legend on the shoes truly alleged she was healy was i love. Listen really enjoyed it but but keep keep it. I love the show and roll tide. Thank you thank you vinny. Yeah she died. On the the friday before thanksgiving the week before. We'll we'll we'll definitely spend some time reflecting back on her. Thank you for listening to the paul finebaum. Show podcast the paul finebaum. Show airs weekdays on the sec network beginning at three eastern espn college football. Podcasts is now five days a week owes kirk herbstreit deg pollock kevin to gandhi or back joy. This year by matt. 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"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:42 min | 10 months ago

"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"The greatest games in history in the tennessee florida series and it's breathtaking to think about How great this game used to be. John adams Who's covered this game since the mid eighties mid to late eighties Joining us now from the knoxville news. Channel john thanks. Great to have you on. And i think not not to seal a political campaign slogan from yesteryear. But how do we make this game. Great again good afternoon. Well i think it'll take a little more time. All i think we can do it This week too bad. Because i was watching that clip just forgot i. By the way i'd forgotten tennessee. Losing that game at the wire a couple years ago so there have been some interesting games but in terms of this tennessee program john. I know everybody's trying to figure out where josh hypo is. And your one. Where do you think he is well. It's hard to say paul. I thought he lost to game. He could have one to pittsburgh. the other. Two opponents were helpless bowling. Green one of the worst programs in f. b. s. tennessee tech a really bad fcs program so those games were meaningless. I thought he could have won the pittsburgh game. But he played the wrong quarterback. I just think candid. Hooker is a better option than joe milton. He started milton. That game cooker came off the bench. And kinda got tennessee back in the game. So tennessee stella a long way from football relevance and certainly a huge distance away from what. It was in the nineties when those florida tennessee games or something special. The crowd noise last week in the swamp reminded me of some of those mid nineties games when tennessee was playing in the swamp. I talked with this. Last week was as loud as it's been Very in the swamp for awhile in terms of trying to gauge. The program john. I know everyone's trying to be patient. Because that's how tennessee is gotten into this mess in the first place And and i'm not saying it'd been impatient. I i can't think of a coach who has been fired since phillip fulmer left. It shouldn't have been fired maybe one or two earlier. They should've happened earlier. But what is the level of patients from this tennessee. Fan base right now. Well i i mean. Tennessee fans are very loyal. Can i think they're trying really hard to be patient. But that's asking a lot eight losing seasons. Thirteen years Just being dominated by its biggest rival alabama. Florida and georgia. I mean those florida games. Even they were close for a while. When will must champion. Jim mcelwain were there. But florida goes out and gets a really good coach. Dan mullen and he's won. Three games against tennessee by an average of twenty three point And the arnie there is john. Currie vinton eceiza de wanted to hire dan mullen but when chip kelly turned down florida. Florida got dan mullen Weeks later tennessee. Settled on jeremy pruitt. And you see the difference. They are in what those programs have retired Have the come. I wanna i wanna get into that for a second. Because i'm trying remember who it was May have been ross dillinger. I can't somebody had a really great story about a week or two ago. And i was talking to scott stricklin in last friday off the air about where he detail what happened in that florida. Surge floor. Florida clearly identified chip kelly as their guy They went up there to new hampshire in fact his girlfriend went down to gainesville. I mean this thing was really moving along. Scott frost was in it but they didn't really care for scott frost up much shows. There were really smart and so at the same time. Dan mullen is being wooed by tennessee. So let me ask you. This had chip. Kelly stayed the course and taken that florida job. Which for at least three or four weeks looked like he would. Dan mullen have been hired at tennessee. Would he have taken that job. Paulette's a really good question On the surface she thank yeah. He would have left. Mississippi state for tennessee. But if you go back a few years. Mississippi state had a better program right in and tennessee. He had better talent coming back at mississippi state. then he would have had had. He gone tennessee. So i'm just wondering if he would make that move or or maybe waited another year. I think there were going to be a lot of schools. After dan mullen and they're probably still are and he may end up in the nfl. I couldn't say for sure. I i'm i'm really not sure you think he would have i. I'm not sure that he would elicit i mean. Let's be honest. A tennessee job is not exactly that attractive At the time and they ended up. If i remember correctly the three finalists after Mullen moved on. Were i think was it mel tucker Kevin and jeremy pruitt which right mel tucker done. Okay since then yay when had a couple of caulking colorado and moved down to michigan state based on what we've seen so far this year by now they're procam going in the right direction Yeah but jeremy pruitt Probably the the worst. Coaching are tennessee's ever made john. I don't need to stop and make sure you understand. What a statement. That is. Because i mean that's quite a mouthful right there. Well but think about it. He didn't just lose any day. Just lose by huge margins to its biggest rally rivals. He's left tennessee in disarray. In terms of the ncaa he had a massive exodus to the transfer portal. After pruitt was fired. And then there's this. Black cloud still hanging over tennessee football. Who knows when the ncaa will get around to punishing tennessee. For for the sins of jeremy protein and john. The obvious question is and you may have answered. It is there. is there any indicator. Now where we're that is. If it's anywhere no. I mean i mean you know as well as i do call you. Just don't know What the ncaa will do and win. They will do. it mean. it doesn't publish. It's so it's just. You're just kinda out there waiting. I mean you saw what happened with ole miss and and he frees. You've seen happen with other programs. And you really don't know the outcome. i think tennessee. Get everything it could to minimize penalties and then really was aggressive in cleaning house and i think that should count for a lot strangely. It doesn't always seem to know. And i think at tennessee's case it really should. Yeah because right now. John th there's no rhyme or reason to what's happening with the nc double a. Th they they. They tend to be so dysfunctional and Let me ask you overall. I know tennessee brought in a new athletic director who brought in hypol- from from ucf. He's pretty talk. We're talking about major a major transformation Since the end of last season other than the product on the football field which is chiefly determined. How's everything else going up there. Well downing white the just introduced a new Ticket program for football and basketball and baseball as well a completely revamped structure as they put it modernized things and you know how that can goes out that can go a little anger a lot of fans. It actually may work out for the best. We'll see later but the main thing tennessee has to do is put a better product on the field. I mean you can't put a losing team or at best to break even when maybe on the field and then expect people to come watch you play..

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"Why Should We Take the Bread Out of the Mouths of Our Own Children and Give It to Strangers?"

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:27 min | 10 months ago

"Why Should We Take the Bread Out of the Mouths of Our Own Children and Give It to Strangers?"

"Is a crisis on the southern border and it does not involve robert francis aerobic and so robert francis rourke the fake irishman another fake hispanic irishman. He's very much irish. Thinking of running for the governor. The governor's mansion in texas doesn't involve him but it does involve the millions of people that are illegally flowing into our country. John adams famously. In a letter to the secretary of state. John marshall said why should we take the bread out of the mouths of our own children and give it to strangers. Frederick douglass. Who was incredible. And frederick does not get enough attention. In my opinion by republicans by conservatives by commentators said the old employments by which we have heretofore to four gain our livelihood are gradually and may it seem inevitably passing into other hands. Every hour sees the black man elbowed out of employment by some newly arrived immigrant whose hunger and whose color thought to give him a better title to the place. He's making a moral argument. That when you form a government your duty. Your responsibility is first and foremost dear fellow-countrymen to your citizens not to the foreigner not to the newly arrived person

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The Time Has Come to Reclaim the American Republic

Mark Levin

02:01 min | 10 months ago

The Time Has Come to Reclaim the American Republic

"The time has come to reclaim what is ours. As I write in American Marxism. What is ours, the American Republic from those who seek to destroy it. If we expect others to rescue our nation for us, as we go about our daily lives as mere observers to what is transpiring Or close our eyes and ears to current events. We will lose the struggle and yes, it's a struggle. We've allowed the American Marxists to define who we are as a people. They d famous land. Our ancestors in history and trash have founding documents and principles. They're mostly reprobates who hate the country. And have contributed nothing to its betterment. Fact they live off the sweat and toil of others. You While they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining its sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. The ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx, whose writings are responsible for the enslavement. Impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protest stations from some in our society who embrace an advanced Marxism score ideas. But attempted disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. These are the useful idiots who occupy influential and leadership positions of the Democratic Party, media, academia, culture and so forth. But we must take solace and find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren Samuel Adams. John Hancock, Paul Revere, Tom Paine. To name just a few. And become energized and inspired by the wisdom and genius of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson. John Adams, James Madison.

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Should Discussions of Race Make It Into Our School Curriculum?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 10 months ago

Should Discussions of Race Make It Into Our School Curriculum?

"Only thing i'm saying is when you're teaching history to a bunch of kids you know you have to teach at all at least you have to teach the basic pointers and for black americans. The history of this country has been less than favourable. So i think that in the context of that discussion saying and to this day. We still have some problems with race. There are some legacies of slavery that still affect black people working on it today. Something like that. That's a kind of racial ization that i'm in favor of because it doesn't encourage stereotyping. It doesn't encourage discrimination. It just encourages a base awareness of some serious problems. So but that's not happening right. Is that largely what we're seeing through school districts like chicago And in washington. Dc and the entire california school system representing ten thousand schools and six million student. I've seen the of documents on those. Yeah it is that it. It doesn't have that kind of nuance and complexity that you just present right where it's eight. Let me just say this has that part of the kind of ark angel triumphant of the woke ism. Coalition is nicole. Hannah jones robin diangelo. Mex- and nicole hannah jones in particular right the author of the sixteen nineteen project She heretical says that america was founded on slavery. Right and so part okay with that but it's just not true. Depends on what you mean by found this. She defines this. She says the founding fathers were in favorite not true. George washington wasn't john adams wasn't john quincy. Adams wasn't thomas jefferson even signed a moratorium new slaves coming into the united states ben franklin chair and anti-slavery convention in seventeen seventy five. None of these guys were writing x. Positionally how wonderful slavery. This isn't being taught to third graders sixteen nineteen projects little new york op. Ed and you know it's not a see that's where you're wrong. The sixty nineteen projects being implemented at school district curriculum in thousands of school districts across grew. Cross it's not just like a podcast. This curriculum there are principles of the sixteen nineteen project that i think are defensible. First of all we as americans tend to think of the founding of our country as its legal founding. You know but the legal. Founding of the united states didn't really mean much for a slave.

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Was Lafayette Left out of the Cultural Spotlight? With Mike Duncan

Based On a True Story

02:08 min | 11 months ago

Was Lafayette Left out of the Cultural Spotlight? With Mike Duncan

"While i was preparing for our discussion today one thing that stood out to me is the sheer lack of movies or tv. Shows about or even including lafayette. If there's one thing we've pedia is good for its those lists where they show all the different cultural depictions from people and for lafayette. It has a whopping twenty four listings of movies. Tv shows or even songs that depict him. Why do you think he's been left out of the cultural spotlight. I went through the same thing that you did. Because i knew i was going to be coming on to do this. And talking about lafayette. You know in tv and movies and was like i don't actually remember him showing up that much I you know. I've i've seen him pop a few times. I think part of it is just like in the anglophone world like an english speaking world. there haven't been that many depictions even of just like the french revolution generally right and once lafayette leaves. The american revolution goes back to france. Most of his life and adventures are set in france and set against the backdrop of the french revolution. Which sure there have been some movies about that but it has never been like a recurring major source of movies and tv shows for the english. Speaking world i mean it's not like a western or even like pirate movies. And so if you're gonna if you're gonna get lafayette you're going to get him as a teenager in the american revolution and then even when you sort of like hone. In on the american revolution there are stories that are adjacent to events in the american revolutionary war of independence. But that even those are not exactly why a vibrant genre that keeps recurring. It's not like we keep going back and turning up but there's not like a movie every single year about the american revolution so he's already kind of confined to a spot that the historical imagination doesn't go back to actually give like if we were doing a show about Let's say the industrial revolution in britain. There's historical fiction set in industrial revolution britain. Every four months right there's always going to be a show about that. And so he's already kind of in a bit of a in a bit of a box and then he himself is just adjacent enough to kind of everything whether it's john adams or whether it's thomas jefferson or whether it's Ben franklin or george washington that he's always going to be just a very hillary character

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"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:13 min | 11 months ago

"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Tuesday afternoon. Greg is up next. Greg good afternoon. Hey paul how you doing today gregory or well thank you for asking. Well you call me right in the middle of store. I didn't think i was going to get through this. Quick warm brought idea. Noah that called in yesterday was displaying young man. That was at the last time you were all auburn on the stage. That kinda stole the show. I don't think i do remember that guy. That kid was was amazing Ah he did the didn't they sing the the call paul song or or something like that he did. He sang that. And i was. I was there at at the show. There and i was kind of a maze. I figured well maybe this was him. It was called in on your pretty intelligent. I was really concerned about that. Young man. that day You know it's one thing to to screen something out while we're off the year but w- how is he going to handle the moment and it was it was it was the guy. Never blinked an eye age but But he how was called ask you was What do you think pat. Dye would have thought or thought about the brian harsh. You know him. You've been around. You interviewed him a lot In fact i. I would love to get that last year. We had where i was the. I don't think i can answer that. Until i get a better understanding of what brian hartson looks like defensively. And i say that jokingly because pat dye if you didn't play defense and special teams he didn't care about you. He was the all time traditionalist. He thought that's the way the sec should be played. And it didn't matter so i i don't think he probably would like the derek mason higher. I i will say this. And i've only been around hartson wants And that was two weeks ago and harsh. I think he would alike. The steely eyed. Serious -ness of brian harrison. Which i do like. I don't know what he's going to be like as a coach. I worry about his recruiting Ability in the sec because it is a different world than what he's used to. But but i think. I think coached. I would've liked that. Yeah you know. And just wondering if he had been on the coaches recruiting tour that he would even gave him the time to think about you. Know Coming to auburn just curious what you thought about that. Yeah coached i. Was you know he was so hardened in in the in the football he grew playing in georgia and then later what would he learned and people forget. He spent nine years in tuscaloosa under coach bryant. A lot of football out there. If you go to some of the Barbecue places birmingham and around the state. You'll see him with a coach brian Hunting together. yeah interesting. That picture I have that picture up at and it is one of the greatest pictures i've ever seen. That picture was was taken. I believe by birmingham news photographer. Right after coach die got to auburn coach. Coach bryan invited him down. I think it was his lodge to To go hunting in the main reason was to try to probably work over but but that is such a classic picture and A lot of you have seen it. But if you haven't it's it's it's one of the greatest pictures i've ever seen last thing. Want to ask you. What did you ever go to any tennessee. Album games at legion fails. Yes in The first time. I went to an alabama tennessee game was when i was a Believe i was a junior in college. And i will tell you. It was one of the most exciting things i've ever ever ever been to. Because i had not been to legion field before and to be there for obama tennessee game and i see many of them. I mean alabama played tennessee at legion field. I believe in till eighty seven or eighty nine. Remember when the last one was but Yeah i saw peyton lead the lead the band In it was either eighty five or eighty seven. I can't remember what year it was. Well i tell you if you remember some of those banners that Tennessee fans got see on the way back homework. So kind of mean spirited there but It'll be interesting to see that Maybe played again down the future with some of those robberies there. Well thank you for the call. Gregory was great to go. I would give it. I mean there are so many people that you encounter in your life You would always like to have one more interview with. But but i could interview coached i every every day and i will tell say the last two times we were with him and auburn one night It wasn't the last one. It may have been the next to the last one. I would rank it among the the the most riveting thirty or forty minutes i've ever encountered on this show. We we just went back in time and it had to be reminded to to go to the break. Because i mean i did not want to stop him. He was he was sitting up there on the stage with us and It was priceless anyway. We'll take a few more calls here as we continue. Johnny will try. Johnny one more time here johnny going on. Hey paul thanks for having me thank you so i was wondering how do you think the tech scene mtm is going to do without kelham on well i. I know that they John jimbo has not named a starter yet. But i think most people out there have a pretty good idea where it's going. I think they'll be okay. I i think. I think that is a that is an untested position..

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"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:27 min | 11 months ago

"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I think that might be d- game on tennessee schedule. If we can win that it could have a winning season. I think that winds edits go into bulk cakes to me. Six and six season given all the obstacle obstacles is good coaches has had to overcome six and six would be a good year and get aboagye. John you mentioned And that would be something you mentioned the ncaa cloud and since this investigation began the nc. Double a. is pretty much become non. A non factor in giving money to players has been legalized. I'm i'm just wondering how tennessee must feel having thrown itself at the mercy of the court and had played have already plead guilty Now that the ncw has just about out of business. Yeah of course. That's unfortunate if tennessee only know paul really think though that tennessee did the right thing i think it held it the right way. Don day plowman. 'cause an upgrade overseas the chancellor. She's upgrade over the chancellors and presidents. Ut has had in recent years. And i give her credit for hailing it the way she did. I know it was a difficult situation but they had. They really needed to clean house with football coach. A d and all that stuff and they did that and you kind of have to let the chips fall where they may. You're right. i guess what tennessee is should be hoping for. is that the. Ncaa might disintegrate. I would. I was not drafted into the army. I was drafted into the army In nineteen seventy. I had a. I had a bad lottery number. I knew i was going to have to go in. And i was supposed to go in and out of tokyo and appealed. I appealed on. And i asked the director. Our our board If if i could appeal and they said well what would you appeal on us. Well i don't have anything to peel on. I just want to appeal. I wanted to delay it as long as possible So i did that. I made an appeal based on nothing in. So i didn't have to go in until february and you remember with With the vietnam war in full force back in a few months could could make a big difference so ended up going in seventy wine and was in there for year. Nine months but tennessee could. Maybe tennessee can hope to just keep. Just keep delaying this. Normally you don't wanna see a delight with an ncaa center but it could work to its advantage. It's like it might just disappear the ncaa the big twelve they. Right just poof. I'll go away john. I'm curious Because there were there one time there was some talk that maybe tennessee would would self imposed a bowl banned for this year. So we're knocking on the door of the season. Would you say that. That is moving off the table because of the problems with the ncwa pow. I haven't been in favor of that. I know you can make a really good argument for that. My reasoning is. Tennessee is an next year. If you can pose your own self imposed a bowl ban and you don't go this year. You may not go next year either or maybe even the year after that. I think you've got a good shot at goingto bo this year and i just think it means something to the program. Tennessee hasn't been to a bowl game in three of the past four years. You know how it is in december and early january when everybody in the world. It seems as though they're playing a bulk gay. I mean you've got teams from the whack. Whack is still alive. You got southland conference teams. It's just a mid american conference teams. They're all in bowl games. Multiple teams from those conferences in. So you're sitting there in. You're not in a bowl game. It's just a really bad luck. I mean you're just left out of this party that seems to include almost everyone so for that reason. I think it would be good to to leave that alone. Take your chances with the ncaa and go ahead and go to if you get a chance playing a bowl this year and then worry later about what the ncaa will do if there is an ncaa and john question. It's a question that everyone has been talking about in over the last two weeks. Your reaction to the news at oklahoma and texas are about to enter the sec. Paul i think it's great Yeah i guess. I used to think of myself as a traditionalist when in terms of college football but things are changing in nothing stays the same it either to kline's or it gets better and i think this was a movie. Sec had to may if the sec those teams somebody's adding those programs and so this is a chance for the sec to flex its muscles and to remain a you know superior all these other conferences in college football so i think it was a great move when you go back and you look at these other the additions. The sec is made in adding team since nineteen ninety-two rarely am comes close but really long-standing tradition oklahoma and texas are are the biggest players. I mean they to our programs like missouri. Arkansas south carolina so to me you had to make this move or you get left behind fantastic conversation with john adams a longtime knoxville news sentinel. Sports columnist john. Thanks for being part of the show. We look forward to seeing you. This fall thanks Always one of my favorites and i just amazed. He's been in that job since one thousand nine hundred eighty seven and remains very popular among all the ball. Fan bases We'll take a break more to come more of your phone calls at eight five five two four two seven. Two eight five jon. Wilner later in the program from out west He's the sage of the pack twelve. We'll talk to him about this meeting today. Between the pac twelve and big twelve and if anything comes of that we are coming right back..

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"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:02 min | 11 months ago

"john adams" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Is john adams longtime columnist at the knoxville news. Set knowing he's made a lot of news this week just reinforcing to his bosses the value of his column in that community. If you haven't seen this headline a tennessee talker. Soccer player has endorsed. John's column for really big bucks I mean i knew. The newspaper industry was on fire. I didn't realize it was a raging inferno. John adams joins us from knoxville. John first of all. Thank you for joining us. Congratulations for the audience. Who has not been following this. Could you give us the backstory share. Paul a few weeks ago In in light of all this going on with name image and likeness it athletes college athlete in their make money and i l Jokingly mentioned that college that i would. I would twenty dollars cuny. Ut football player wanted to endorse a column then. Went on with the column not thinking anymore about it. The next morning i got an email from ut freshman soccer player named clair rain my column so We exchanged emails and then Tax and and had a phone and decided to do a column with her and a video and she was all on board with this would it was tongue in cheek and we did the video in a as a satire in both acting various seriously as though this was a momentous occasion shoe about to get her first pro pay day and handed her that twenty dollars. Bill which kind of is a reflection that the newspaper business might be perking up a bit Twenty dollars i'll see if The newspaper reimburses me that for that. I'm not real optimistic. But anyway we did this interview in claire. Did it beautifully She's got a great sense of humor. Very good on camera. She say a communications journalism major So if you guys have any int- you guys hire interns. I would highly recommend that you you hire. I think he would be really good. But anyway She punctuated the interview by doing a backflip executed. Perfectly yeah well. I don't know i. I have not followed the the new centers. It's still owned by Scripts howard company. You really you really hadn't followed it. Okay good i. The only reason i used to work for that company and i and i was about to say a twenty twenty bucks is it was a big deal to the people that ran that company. I can assure you so. Thank you could've Do you think when you work with scripts howard that you could have gotten reimbursed or paying Tennessee soccer player twenty dollars. You think they would elicit go. I don't mean to to air dirty. I think they still owe me a significant amount of money from so no. I don't They were they would when john. I'm glad to know that you have new ownership and knoxville. But i mean i when we would travel by by plane which was very rare as you. Well know i think. I once went to new york by way of las vegas or something because it was it was a cheaper flight. You out or you all worked out We're actually owned by net. Now we are allowed to fly places so well that is very good. That is a very good company Very very impressed with gannett They're great people so Let me by the way. Was that the only taker For for your For your column this one soccer player. Yes it was paul. But i really think you know how opportunity knocks sometimes at a lot of people. Just don't pay attention and atlanta great opportunity. Go by i think years from now when clair's on a way to start 'em other people are gonna say. Why did i endorse john. Adams has twenty dollars. Why have to smoke out initial pay day. Look at look at the big picture. And i think that's what claire did well considering a your reputation. I'm you've been in this job. What thirty some odd years is. I mean you've been there thirty thousand nine hundred eighty seven. Okay that's a long time to by the way that's a long time to hold a newspaper job but so we we we purposely got good news out of the way i now. Let's get to the news of the day and that's tennessee is reporting camp In these thirty some odd years you've covered the university of tennessee. I'm guessing this might be one of the most mysterious. Ut teams that you've ever encountered certainly pala. And i would like to mention that usually when you call me to be on your show tennessee. Football is on the verge of an apocalypse. And that's not the case this time. So this is a little different had media day to day The coaches were all very good. You had the Josh hypol- the head coach the offensive. Coordinator alex gaulish and defensive coordinator. Tim banks oh upbeat and Had a lot of players with the media so four different quarterback if you ever been to a media day at a school or you had the opportunity to speak to four quarterbacks they got a four man competition for quarterbacks and that kind of underscores how how serious competition is they wanted every one of them to meet with the media so they wanna swipe anybody so they're all there so it was kind of unusual but This is a different situation and all these. Ut coaches through the years you know how it's gone every coach comes in and talks about rebuilding job and and how how little is left over for him. In how in such dire shape the depth chart is the policy. Really is a dr situation. You've lost thirty something players to transfer portal. you gain some but not that many Then you've got the cloud of nca investigation just hanging over your head. It won't go away. You know how that works. That's almost worse than whatever the files senate is itself so give it all that. I just think josh hypol- this coming into the toughest situation did any. Ut football coaches had. Since i've been here and that covers thirty something years in which. I'm sure john makes it even more difficult to to try to guess another time of the year. We all are trying to figure out what the what's his team is going to do. But as you try to. And i don't know how you can possibly evaluate the depth chart Mean what are your thoughts on on what. This team is capable of You right paul. It's really kind of a toss up. I really think because of the schedule tennessee. Kinda gets a break in the schedule this year. Next season's schedule would be tougher in seoul. The two thousand twenty three schedule but but this year the non conference games three hour were jokes leading off with bowling green. Maybe the worst team in the country and then you have pittsburgh pittsburgh's of the road. Acc team but that's going to be a really big game..

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Marxists Smear Our Great Revolutionaries, When Marxists Have Contributed Nothing to Society

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 11 months ago

Marxists Smear Our Great Revolutionaries, When Marxists Have Contributed Nothing to Society

"They're mostly reprobates who hate the country in which they live. Have contributed nothing. So it's betterment. Indeed, they live off the sweat and toil of others while they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining and sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. Their ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx, whose writings are responsible. The enslavement, impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protestations from some in our society. Embrace an advanced Marxism score ideas. Attempt to disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. These are the useful idiots who occupy influential or leadership positions in the Democratic Party, media, academia, the culture and etcetera and I might add. Many in the Republican Party. But we must take solace and find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren. Samuel Adams. John Hancock. Paul Revere. Thomas Paine, to name a few. And become energized and spirited by the wisdom and genius of George Washington. Thomas Jefferson. John Adams. James Madison. Benjamin Franklin. And many others. Well. They have been smeared and degraded by American Marxists and their ilk. We continue to celebrate them be invigorated by them. And remember that together they defeated The most powerful military force on Earth. And found the greatest and most extraordinary nation in the history of

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We Must Find the Strength of Our Early Revolutionaries: Hancock, Revere, Paine, and More

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 1 year ago

We Must Find the Strength of Our Early Revolutionaries: Hancock, Revere, Paine, and More

"Indeed, they live off the sweat and toil of others. While they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining and sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. Their ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx. His writings are responsible for the enslavement, impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protestations from some in our society. Embracing advanced Marxism, Marxism score ideas. An attempt to disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. Bear with me. I'm reading with one eye. These are the useful idiot to occupy. And influence our leadership positions in the Democratic Party media academia in the culture. But we must take solace. Find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren Samuel Adams. John Hancock, Paul Revere, Thomas Paine. To name a few. Become energized and in spirited by the wisdom and genius of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson. John Adams, James Madison. Benjamin Franklin and many others. Well, they have smeared and degraded. While they have been smeared and degraded by American Marxists and their ilk. We must continue to celebrate them be invigorated by them. And remember that together they defeated the most powerful military force on Earth. Founded the greatest and most extraordinary nation in the history of mankind.

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Thomas Jefferson Wrote to Roger Weightman 10 Days Before His Death on July 4th, 1826

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Thomas Jefferson Wrote to Roger Weightman 10 Days Before His Death on July 4th, 1826

"To them. And he closes that I will ask permission here to express the pleasure with which I should admit my ancient neighbours of the city of Washington and of its vicinities. With whom I passed so many years of a pleasing social intercourse. And then, of course, was so much relieve the anxieties of the public cares and left impressions so deeply engraved in my affections. There's never to be forgotten. With my regret that ill health forbids me the gratification of an acceptance. Pleased to receive for yourself and those for whom you right. Assurance of my highest respect and friendly attachments. Thomas Jefferson Really just about 10 days before he passes away. And of course, the great Declaration of Independence, you know? There were five drafts. There is a committee of five chairman Livingston Franklin. John Adams and Jefferson. And Adams and Jefferson were tasked with the job of drafting the Declaration and Adams. Said that Jefferson is the best writer among the two and among the five Jefferson was only 33 years old, but he was a brilliant, brilliant man. So it was left to him. And so Started out one in the course of human events. It becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another. To assume among the powers of Earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them. A decent respect to the opinions of mankind. We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal. That they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights. That among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

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Why Do Americans Celebrate the Fourth of July with Fireworks?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Why Do Americans Celebrate the Fourth of July with Fireworks?

"Does this sound familiar at all. Without a visual clue it might be a little hard to figure out. But that's the sound of fireworks. Many of you are curious about how these celebratory explosions work. And why we use them. Historians and archaeologists think fireworks started in china. Maybe as early as twenty two hundred years ago and they've been used in europe and other parts of the world for at least eight hundred years in the united states where our show is based they've become a big tradition on the fourth of july. So hi my name is nicholas in six years old. And i live in plymouth michigan and i want to know why people do fireworks on the fourth of july. Thank you bye while nicholas. Americans have been celebrating. July fourth fireworks since seventeen. Seventy seven the first anniversary of the signing of the declaration of independence. John adams was one of the people who signed that document in seventeen. Seventy six a year earlier declaring their wish for the american colonies to become independent from england. Afterwards adams wrote to his wife that he wanted that day to be celebrated with lots of parades shows bonfires bells illuminations. Adams was a well known person. In the early days of the united states he later became the first vice president and the second president so his wish would have been shared with others as well and so on the one year anniversary of the signing. The city of philadelphia had a big celebration with thirteen fireworks. One for each of the original thirteen colonies. Now john adams didn't come up with this idea entirely on his own. English royalty had been using fireworks for national celebrations since at least the thirteenth century. Which went fireworks came to europe. They were widely in use by the fifteenth century. That's about six hundred years ago. But they were hard to find in the early days of the united states so celebrations back then often included guns and cannons more than actual fireworks.

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Julie Kelly Pushing the Limit With True Questions About Liberty and Freedom

The Dan Bongino Show

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Julie Kelly Pushing the Limit With True Questions About Liberty and Freedom

"Coaster on a table. We don't have a constant Normalized, fair and free system of justice in this country anymore. And I'm really stunned that more mainstream people in the media even with leftward leaning aren't concerned about this. Before the break. I discussed Julie Kelly, who has been a very We're gonna have her on the show. Tomorrow Been an entrepreneurial. Just go get him reporter who's been discussing unpopular topics, and we should all be discussing unpopular topic. That unpopular topic which nobody in the mainstream media wants touches. Thank God. Those January six people. Yes, they're sitting in jail forever. Good for them, really. You know. John Adams defended people in the Boston you know, in the massacre. I mean, it's it's what you have to defend. Liberty and freedom when it's unpopular in many cases, because liberty and freedom don't matter if the concepts of liberty and freedom enshrined in the Constitution only apply to one political party. Was that not a mainstream sentiment. They're sitting there rotting in jail. Well, nobody's doing anything about being lemon Antifa leadership out there

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Modern Oracles and Astrology

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:03 min | 1 year ago

Modern Oracles and Astrology

"Welcome to kids myths and mystery signer host. Kit chrome with this podcast. I begin a month long examination of modern oracle's and their methods of divination last friday. I mentioned how not all forms of designation demand a psychic or even a sensitive one. Such form of discrimination astrology as common popular astrology is today is complex but as mentioned does not rely on the reader having psychic abilities instead relies heavily on planets and stars. Initially you might scoff at the idea of pulling any kind of prophecy from the heavenly bodies. But let's take a look at the history of astrology. Mayan astrology is a variation of mesoamerican astrology. One of the most forward thinking kinds of astrology of times. Mayan calendar's comprised of twenty day signs and thirteen galactic numbers. Making two hundred sixty day. Calendar year the mayan study of the moon planets milky way son was some of the most accurate pre telescope astronomy in the world. Mayan astrology goes back to around the fifth century bc. Then we have england stonehenge. Gerald hawkins work on stonehenge was first published in nature magazine in nineteen sixty three following analysis. He had carried out using a harvard. Smithsonian ibm computer. Hawkins found. Not one or two alignments but dozens. He had studied one hundred. Sixty five significant features at the monument and use the computer to check every alignment between them against every rising and setting point for the sun moon planets and bright stars the position say would have been in in fifteen hundred bc so has astrology around for a while no doubt but let's go back to present to find out how astrology works. Here's a simple answer. Astrology works on many levels at the simplest level. It is not unlike a complex clock the uses the motions of the planets in a similar way to the movement to the hands on the face of a clock. Now let's dig a little deeper. Astrology is the belief that the alignment of stars and planets affects every individual mu personality and environment depending on when he or she was born. Astrologers print horoscopes and newspapers that are personalized by birthday. These horoscopes make predictions in people's personal. Lives describe their personalities and give them advice. All according to the position of astronomical bodies a survey conducted by the national science foundation found that forty one percent of respondents to their poll. Believe that astrology is very scientific. This begs the question astronomical bodies affect our lives. Solar flares cost electro magnetic disturbances on earth. That can disrupt satellites and even caused blackouts. The position of the moon costs us ocean tides. If you're a fisherman that position of the moon can have a significant effect on your livelihood. The solar wind causes beautiful aurora and sunlight itself is the main source of energy for our planet. Still the question. How is strategy as a tool of divination astrology uses a set of rules about the relative positions and movements of heavenly bodies to generate predictions and explanations for events on earth and human personality traits. Some used astrology to generate very specific expectations. It could be verified against outcomes. What does science have to say about astrology. Simply that it's not scientific yet. Hundreds of thousands of people have been influenced by designation nation provided by astrologers millions across america. No there astra logical sign and read their horoscope in the newspaper. Daily get this j pierpoint morgan. One of the world's greatest fight answers was suspicious of accepting planetary advice but ended up applying astrology to all of his personal affairs. John adams famous second president of the united states refused to sign the declaration of independence until the exact moment planetary indications were most auspicious. And this will really get ya jay. Jacob stout jeff pierpoint morgan and seymour cromwell comprised a bracket of three successive presidents of the new york stock exchange who utilized astronaut. Advice implanted their operations. They scoffed at this. However upon the arrival of the wall street crash these men had been warned by their astrologers and thus averted disaster disci- support astrology is a form of give nation. No has astrology affected millions of individuals over the centuries the answer is a resounding yes

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America Is in a Dark, Deeply Divided Place: Inauguration Day 2021

The BreakPoint Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

America Is in a Dark, Deeply Divided Place: Inauguration Day 2021

"In july eighteen. Sixty four some fourteen thousand confederate troops to just six miles within sight of the us capitol dome for president lincoln. It was a rude shock after all. This was a year after the union. Victory at the battle of gettysburg and the confederacy seen near defeat. Just the nicotine. Seventeen thousand union troops dispatched by ulysses s grant arrived and pushed the confederates back. Well today joe biden. Sworn in as the forty six president of the united states twenty thousand national guardsmen will defend the same capital this time from enraged citizens. It's impossible to understand how we've reached this point unless we look beyond the last few weeks even beyond the election to pre existing conditions such as our decades-long thinning out of civil society. The most recent lawlessness at the capitol reflects an escalating lawlessness that spans political parties religious affiliations age brackets social classes. And so we're faced with. The question will a militarized america. Be the new normal. Will the armed troops protecting the citadel of democracy today be patrolling the streets of writing cities tomorrow will the blatant failures of our institutions and our leaders continued to fester to this explosive level of distrust chuck. Colson often said that unless people are governed by their conscience they will be governed by the constable when people were unable to govern themselves. They then face a choice. Between order or continued chaos. Most often people will choose order which inevitably means the loss of freedoms the freedom to peaceably. Assemble is impossible to maintain when assemblies frequently turned into riots. looting or sedition. The freedom of speech seems particularly vulnerable today when big tech world so much power and decides like twitter facebook and instagram. Already have to crack down on political speech they deem offensive or dangerous and just last week representative alexandria. Ocasio cortez spoke openly about forming a committee to rein in our media environment. That's something that should anyone who has ever read any dystopia novel ever and our second amendment freedoms are most vulnerable. When used as cover by mass shooters are insurrectionist. Perhaps the most consistent refrain from america's founders is that our national experiment would ultimately prove unsustainable unless there was a virtuous citizenry. our constitution simply cannot ever knows who refused to govern themselves. John adams our second president said it most clearly quote. Our constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It's wholly inadequate to the government of any other and yet americans are becoming increasingly. Immoral and irreligious are shocking. Lack of conscience on display in rising numbers of both deaths from despair by that. I mean addiction self harm and suicide and acts of desperation meaning violent acts riots and even self mutilation pursuit of identity or sexual pleasure. Look we pump poison ideas into our hearts and minds and then call it entertainment. We pump lies into our children and then call it education. The result is that america finds itself in such a dark deeply divided. Play place that alexander solzhenitsyn accurately described in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight speech at harvard. We have he said quote very little defense against the abyss of human decadence such as the misuse of liberty for moral violence against young people such as motion pictures full of pornography crime and horror even the strict. This laws sits alternates in might add even twenty thousand national guard. Troops will ultimately be powerless. Defend people against such moral corrosion but the situation is dire. But it's not without hope as chuck. Colson often said despair as a sin. Christ is risen from the dead and god and his gracious goodness has revealed to us what is true and what is good. He's given us his word and through prayer. He makes himself available to

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Biden says Trump skipping inauguration is a "good thing"

Joe Pags

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Biden says Trump skipping inauguration is a "good thing"

"Trump reveals he will will not not attend attend the the inauguration inauguration later. later. This This month month fucks fucks is is Kevin Kevin Corke Corke reports reports from from washing. washing. Into Into the the president president announced announced via via Twitter Twitter that that he he would would be be skipping skipping Biden's Biden's pending pending inauguration inauguration when the few things he and I've ever agreed on, it's a good thing. I'm not showing up. President Trump will become the fourth outgoing president and not attend his successors. Inauguration. The others John Adams, John Quincy Adams and Andrew Johnson, so not unprecedented, but it hasn't happened since. 18 69. Following President Trump announcing that decision on Twitter, the Social Media Service sided his messages justification for suspending his account.

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Dallas-Based SMU Presidential Historian Says Better For Nation If Trump Attends Biden Inauguration

Rick Roberts

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas-Based SMU Presidential Historian Says Better For Nation If Trump Attends Biden Inauguration

"To President Donald Trump's decision not to attend President elect Joe Biden's upcoming inauguration January 20th Jeffrey Angle is the director of the Center for Presidential History at S M u and says the last president not to go to his successors. Inauguration was Andrew Johnson and 18 59 3 presidents to have been impeached, refused to attend their successors Inauguration on Lee Bill Clinton was able to show up Martin Van Buren, John Adams and John Adams son John Quincy Adams for the only other presidents who sat out their successors inaugurations. Tex

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"john adams" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"john adams" Discussed on KTRH

"Said Dr John Adams I guess people are shocked because yet another eighty or whatever it is a lot of a lot of numbers from last month with the upgraded labor department reported the U. S. created two hundred seventy three thousand jobs in February that beat Wall Street expectations by more than a hundred thousand but coronavirus craze traders don't seem please the Dow is down five hundred fifty three the nasdaq down two hundred forty five S. and P. five hundred down eighty one president strip to CDC headquarters in Atlanta is back on president will visit the facility late this afternoon that trip was announced by the White House this week but was not on the president's official schedule this morning White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said there was a scare involving eight CDC employee who was suspected of having corona virus but that employee tested negative president will head for a plan after touring parts of tornado ravaged Nashville and following the CDC visit he'll travel to Florida for a big Republican fundraiser at his resort in Palm Beach Facebook pulling down advertising from the president's reelection campaign claiming it's deceptive and violates the social network's policies a political advertisement for the president's re election that had been running on Facebook is now dropped following complaints the ad was misleading and confusing to Facebook users the ad resembles posts purported to have come from president trump vice president pence and directs users to a survey the abco alls a census to provide data for your local congressional district Democratic Party leaders complained this would confuse people into thinking they were responding to the actual U. S. census which is already under way Evan brown fox news Kate's hearing to sign eleven oh four as the corona virus continues to spread many are scrambling to get hand sanitizer with the sudden rush to buy cleaning supplies from Clorox wipes to hand sanitizer more more people are having difficulty finding them and in response to someone tweeting that they would just use drinking alcohol to clean their hands to prevent the corona virus the vodka company Tito's responded informing people that their drink is only forty percent alcohol which does not meet the cleaning recommendation by the C. D. C. which is supposed to be at least sixty percent my goals are men fox news well welcome to the first Friday of March or as it's also known the national day of unplugging what do you do to celebrate well not much really the day is meant to unplug unwind and relax that means ditching social media electronics for maybe just doing a bit of reflecting taking some time out for yourself for non tech based communicating with friends or family their consent to spring forward this weekend Sunday marks the beginning of daylight saving time at two AM Sunday morning we lose an hour rockets have lost two in a row after falling to the clippers at Toyota center there in Charlotte tomorrow night and the Astros back in west palm to host.

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