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Tulsi Gabbard Named Democratic Nominee After Discovery Of Obscure Rule That Grants Nomination To Whoever Wins 0.7% Of The Vote In Missouri
"Massive news from the Democratic National Convention today. US. Representative. Tulsi Gabbard has been named the party's presidential nominee. After DNC vice chairman, Peter may burst into a press conference brandishing dusty copy of the democratic. Party's original eighteen twenty eight charter to announce shocking discovery an obscure rule granting the nomination to whomever wins zero point seven percent of the primary vote in the state of Missouri Opr. CHEAP, political correspondent. Dirk mullins was on the scene and joins us now dirk this was quite a one eighty, right leslie truly one of the most unexpected political turnarounds in US history Tolsey Gabbard, the representative from Hawaii who dropped out of the presidential race and nearly six months ago has now gained the nomination mere moments before Joe Biden was due to become the party's official nominee take a listen. Please folks folks. Let me finish. And I quote from the document itself. Sorry. It's a little dusty. It is here to unanimously decreed. That the candidate, whomsoever procures betwixt the margin of six tenths and eight tenths of the vote in The Majesty state of Missouri Beneath the Pale blood moon. In fallow season shall be made our party's nominee for chief executive. It is a dramatic shakeup that caught even the DNC off guard after they discovered the parchment based rule book locked away in a hidden chamber sealed deep below their archives well. It would've been nice to know this back in March. Obviously. We're GONNA need to destroy a lot of Biden twenty twenty merchandise and we had a lot of folks voting during a pandemic for primary that was essentially meaningless. But ultimately, my hands are tied she one zero point seven percent of the Missouri. Vote. What else are we supposed to do while truly unprecedented but what does this mean? For? Democrats in two, thousand, twenty well, it's not good representative or I should say nominee Gabbard has virtually no name recognition and she's pulling in the low single decimal points no one has been able. To get in touch with her either due to her lack of any staff or campaign infrastructure. Frankly, we're not even sure what platform consists of something like ending foreign military bases. I don't really remember now Tulsi Gabbard cheese the senator from Massachusetts. Correct. Now I believe you're thinking of Elizabeth Warren Mistake, it's the one with the crystal the self-help one Marianne Williamson Oh interesting. well, I've got to admit I have no idea who you're talking about then but with that said, she did win the exact sliver of the vote in Missouri that counts in terms of receiving the presidential nomination. That's all that matters right now, what does the Biden campaign saying? This must be a disappointment for them. It certainly is they're searching for a workaround by arguing this decision is superseded by an even. Older precolonial taxed that magnificant democracy him from sixteen, Eighty two. That's the old pamphlet about how to keep Goblins from emerging out of hell and overrunning a functioning democracy. Right? That's right now, those passages suggest only papist like Joe Biden for example, has the power to resist the quote devils. Karnal source laments so far though the Democratic Party has stuck to its guns on this point seven percent of Missouri principle though. Tolsey two, thousand, twenty or bust incredible. It looks that way. We haven't seen this big of a shakeup since John Quincy Adams to the White House due to a loophole in the Electoral College granting the presidency to any candidate born with six toes on his left foot. Really stunning news. Thanks for the report dirk that's Dirk
Fresh update on "john quincy adams" discussed on Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane
"I've been talking to the president that Union daily lately. We've been acting on a number of their concerns. I mean, he's not going to tell you. We didn't agree to a bunch of the things they asked for that they needed. The principal's union says there are staffing issues that have not yet been addressed. By 33 WCBS. The rate of positive cases of Corona virus is rising at an alarming rate in parts of New York and Governor Cuomo is warning of clusters in Rockland, Brooklyn and Queens. 10 ZIP codes are accounting for 27% of the positive test. And the governor is deploying rapid testing machines to get the situation under control. Let's go live to Munsey in Rockland County. Here's WCBS reporter Sean Adam Sean. Monsey, Spring Valley Chestnut Ridge. These places basically the eastern portion of the town ramp. Oh, this is where Corona virus is striking hardest in New York state right now. The virus is also surging back in parts of Orange County, Brooklyn and Queens. So Governor Cuomo has pinpointed 10 zip codes that cover about 3% of the population. But they have 27% of the positive test results. New York State is marshaling 200 rapid testing machines and kits. The state is also increasing enforcement. So the state liquor authority is out there. The state police they're going to be looking for compliance. The governor is concerned about these Corona virus hot spots, especially when their spikes in other countries and in other states right now we should note, though, even though positive test results have increased, the hospitalization rate has not I'm in Muncie, Sean Adams. WCBS news Radio 80. A million people have now died from Kobe 19 around the world. Johns Hopkins says the grim milestone was passed last night. Just nine months after the first deaths were recorded. One out of five of those deaths happened here in the U. S. Experts say the death toll is almost certainly higher because of inadequate or inconsistent testing. And reporting. It's 5 30 for WCBS Speaker Nancy Pelosi is urging Democrats to try to win Moorhouse seats just in case the House is called upon to resolve a disputed presidential election. Your CBS news political consultant Leonard Steinhorn. Pelosi is effectively saying that every congressional race counts that Democrats need to keep Republican control of state delegations to 25 or below. It's yet another lesson on the way our Constitution was written, how smaller states often have as much political power as our largest states and on the consequences of a simple twist of fate in this case, who controls the majority of state delegations in Congress, and that may influence our nation's history. Last time the house voted to decide in the election was 18 24 when a majority of state delegations voted to give the presidency to John Quincy Adams, even though he had lost the popular vote. To Andrew Jackson. Some Brooklyn voters say they have received absentee ballots with miss labelled return envelopes, and they're not sure what to do about it. They say the return envelopes have someone else's name on them. Last night, the city Board of Elections acknowledged the problem, blaming it on an outside vendor. The board says the problem is being addressed in voters are encouraged to reach out if they encounter an issue. WCBS news time. 5 36 Hey, you could be a part of the next WCBS B and B bank virtual business breakfast. Our panel and Joe Connelly will spotlight how your business can bounce back and grow in the pandemic. Tell us your question, and we may use it in the breakfast. Each Panelist has a booming business even in these tough times, So call us now at 877987, WCBS 877987 WCBS. Hi. Everyone is Roddy Anderson with supreme lending Every single day. I have multiple people call my office that had been working on a refinance with another lender for 60, 90 or even 120 days. It's timeto fire that lender and pick up the phone and call us at 1 800 express our goals to close our refinances in 20 days or less, and we're doing it every single day supreme landing in cynical housing lender and in the last idea to 1 to 9 in yellow 196730 49, 75 President Park Boulevard Suite 800. Plano, Texas 75093 Texans that somehow mortgage banker registration, residential mortgage. Loan originator every second counts in an emergency or disaster. Chicago's.
How To Navigate Stress
"Everyone? This is Patrick Baranov. I'm here to do a Webinar on how to effectively navigate stress and lead slash help others and the reason I have lead in there because to me as we go through this. I think you'll see that. This is not just a workshop on how to navigate stress internally, but to me this is about this is a leadership workshop where I spend most of. My time working with organizations so a little bit of background. Be Behind me. I run a podcast called lead like no other actions that inspire which will soon be changing to leadership reimagined, and that really is. Based on a lot of the work that I've been doing this podcast has been in existence for. Almost, two years now, but some of my background ice tablist, my business in two thousand eight, which, for those that remember that was our last financial crisis so I'm I'm familiar with the space for for what that's worth, and there are three areas that I focus. My work on one is on emotional intelligence. A model that I use is out of Australia. The group is called Genus, and it's a workplace model I also do a lot of work both disk in the five dysfunctions of a team. In combining those and then the last piece, it's like a three legged stool. Is Around Influence and bias research. And I was able to get certified and trained under a gentleman named Robert Dini down in Phoenix Arizona, the three of those for all of the work that I do and what we're GonNa talk about today in regards to leader stress, management and leading. Are All relevant and pieces. Those will come out throughout this. So. Here's some contact information for me as well. And I will start this out as I mentioned to me this leadership workshop. Even though we're talking about stress, management and I say that from this quote. John Quincy Adams said if your actions inspire someone. To Do to dream, more learn more do more and become more your leader. Nothing in here about a title and I think we really have an opportunity. It's our actions that will inspire others, and how we relate to stress and navigate stress, ourselves will have the ability to impact other people around us to, and that's why they're so important. So, the objectives here right explore the biological psychological and social aspects of the Human Stress Response, and it is a response and we're GONNA. Look at it really from a few different areas right the physical, emotional, spiritual and intellectual impact of stress, and it really does impact all of those. So then we'll look at understanding. What are some of the coping strategies that we can use to either increase, or what once damage our resilience? And this really is meant to be almost a buffet, even though you probably can't find buff as anymore because of the environment we're in. That this really will be an opportunity to take a look at what are some different strategies that I can use that fit in in my lifestyle. You don't need to choose them all. But there's something here for everybody in terms of how you can effectively navigate, stress yourself or help somebody else. And then from there, we'll look at a model that I put together and it's journal actually. Called the power. Journal, and there are a number of activities in that promote both wellbeing resilience. And this is based on a lot of research I will say foundationally. One of them is based on one that was done by gentleman named Sean Acre. WHO A HARVARD RESEARCHER! And he did what was called the twenty one day challenge, and he actually did this back in Glebe two thousand nine, so at that point of financial crisis before. And he actually did it with A. Group Company that was in the financial industry. And what they found when they when they did these activities that we'll talk about the end. That the the individuals that were able to follow through on this twenty one day challenge themselves to be in a happier place and to me if we can identify those things and find that and find a way to be happier, rebuild more resilient and well. Being I think all of us want that. Especially now. So a couple pieces of research talking about the origins of stress. If you weren't familiar before you probably are now in regards to the CDC their definition of stress, harmful, physical and psychological responses when job requirements don't match capabilities, skills, resources, or needs of the worker and I think in the environment that we're in now. Most of US probably feel stress in one of those areas. Now, what's important here is this. CDC's definition also goes on to say that this should not be confused with challenges and I've listed. You stress here. Because we need stress stresses important for us as well because it provides us an opportunity. To grow and improve. It's only when we lose control of it. That it becomes damaging to us and really that's what this workshop or webinars focused on. Undoing is providing ways that we can take the stress that we're dealing with the situations that we're dealing with and find ways to navigate those and I would say almost leverage these. So the next piece I'll talk about. Is this one that was done by the? American psychological, association. This was a survey. Twenty fourteen where they served. A little over three thousand individuals, and they ask them questions in four different areas, work money, family and health. I've only listed to here. Is it relates to both work in financial stress but I think if we were to take this today. We probably would all agree that? These would probably higher than sixty percent.
Hopkins, Watson call for name change at Clemson
"News NFL stars the Andre Hopkins and deshaun Watson are calling for their alma mater Clemson University to remove the name John C. Calhoun from the school's honors college Calhoun who was vice president under the John Quincy Adams and inspiration was an outspoken white supremacists to and advocated for slavery Hopkins revealed in an Instagram post that he purposely omits the university's name from player introductions before NFL
NFL stars urge Clemson to remove slave owner's name
"Hey these are some rough days now for Clemson football you've got some stuff brewing down their former Clemson Clemson players at the Andre Hopkins and deshaun Watson they're actually petitioning the university to remove the name of John C. Calhoun from the school's honors college with Hopkins noting that the slave owners influence is the reason he does not mention the university's name when he's introduced well for NFL games yeah this is heavy that's how who served as vice president under John Quincy Adams work back in eighteen twenty five through eighteen twenty nine now yeah he advocated for slavery saying it was a positive good now the campus that part me the Clemson campus is built on
Random Facts That Will Blow Your Mind
"My Name's Moxy. And this is your brain on facts in the first version of Toy Story. Woody wasn't a toy cowboy. He was ventriloquist's dummy and he was a creepy sadist. Who at one point pushes buzz? Light year out a window. The standard-issue female CPR training dummy sometimes called recession. Got Her face from the death mask of a young woman who drown in the Seine in Paris. The death mask was made so that her family could hopefully identify her later but local artists began buying copies to act as inspiration. An expert sword fighter once stole a corpse that they plan to leave in the bed of their lover when they sprung her from a convent which they would burn down behind them. The swashbuckler is name. Julie WTI age nineteen fellow brainiacs. I'm Dan Pugh and I'm Shana. Harrison Rob Peter to pay. Paul means to take from one person in order to pay another. But did you know in the eighteen? Hundreds there was a slang term based on this phrase instead of Rob Peter to pay Paul One might say to maneuver the apostles if you like whimsical adventures check us out on bunny trails. A word hits three podcast every Wednesday wherever you listen the movie. Heaven's gate put United Artists Studios out of business. After the directors demands tripled the budget antique trains that required a different gauge of track to be laid. Two hundred and fifty extras taught to Ice Skate. With old timey skates and twelve hundred extras. Who had to be taught to ride horses? Use whips and drive wagons by day. Six of filming. They were already five days behind schedule. The best selling video game hero. Mario was originally called jump. Man The name. Mario came from the landlord of Nintendo's warehouse. The British navy still had daily rations of rum for sailors until July. Thirty First Nineteen Seventy speaking of the seventies the US Navy issued their sailors bell-bottoms until nineteen. Ninety nine my husband still has his complete with his last name. Stenciled on the back. Hey Everyone Christine Castle beauty here from footnoting history with fashion fast fact to celebrate the one hundredth episode of your brain on facts. When John Quincy Adams was inaugurated as President of the United States on March fourth? Eighteen twenty five. He set a fashion precedent. You see Adams was the first president to wear long trousers to his inauguration instead of the traditional knee breeches. Now you know. The man who created flaming hot cheetos was a custodian. Frito lay at the time. He took some unflavored cheetos home and added a Lotta Street corn seasoning. He's now an executive at PepsiCo. There are more plastic. Flamingos in the world. Than REAL FLAMINGOS. There are more tigers in captivity in the US than there are wild in the rest of the world and they're also more juggle OHS fans of the insane clown posse than there are polar bears. Now it'd be a good time to mention that I am not liable for your therapy bills. The precursors to rollercoasters. We're called Russian mountains. They were sled rides down an icy track. Sometimes two hundred feet or sixty two meters tall there were of course no safety features
Fire Destroys $2 Million Concord Mansion; Crews Struggled To Get Water
"Well a multi million dollar homes built back in eighteen ninety nine destroyed by fire yesterday in Concord WBZ TV is Jim Smith telling us fire crews worked through the night cooling down the hot spots remaining at its height it was an inferno consuming the mansion which dates back to the late eighteen hundred built for a descendant of John Adams the fire quickly got out of control to care takers had been inside the fair haven hill road home and scrambled outside when they smelled smoke the homeowner away caretaker to distract from the house she I believe she walked and she's I guess a lot older and then and then they started to notice some small the chief says the fire got a head start before they even arise fire crews had a tough time getting enough water to fight the blaze home originally built for Charles Francis Adams the third eight grand son of president John Quincy Adams and the great great grandson of president John
"john quincy adams" Discussed on Bunny Ears
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"john quincy adams" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Talking about the presidents. John adams. And John Quincy Adams thing that followed. Representing their young country abroad. They were literally citizens of the world and to a greater extent than anyone else of the founding era. Pantheon. They stood as proud Americans not converts to old world forms has many wrongly indicated they believed in expertise and government that promoted expertise over popularity. Get remarkably it was John Quincy Adams, the second president Adams, who was the first to pronounce in his eighteen twenty-five inaugural address that America deserve to be called a functional Representative democracy. It wasn't Jefferson who's typically seen as the first man of the people it wasn't the free-wheeling. Andrew Jackson either the impulsive, clannish vindictive Jackson. Here he is stringing up. His hapless predecessor John Quincy Adams, Jackson had aids to compose his formal speeches, he craved loyalty and richly, rewarded his friends. That was his style, making the land, safer more upstarts like himself to profit in the southern manner as slave owning entrepreneurs. Jackson didn't read history, let alone him by political fault. Jackson was not predisposed to enact democracy in any real way, it seems odd thing to say, but John Adams lived more like a frugal Republican, then Thomas Jefferson, and John Quincy Adams was a better democrat than Andrew Jackson. Up your minds around that one. You see democracy is proclaimed more than it is practiced that is all the president's Adams were saying on the basis of their comprehensive studies of history and human psychology. John Adams was a disciple of the enlightenment as much as Jefferson co author Nancy Eisenberg, at the heart of this Revolutionary Movement was the impulse to unmask superstitions, like the divine right of kings, and cultivate independence of thought. John Adams held that a desire for fame could be sound in every heart same needed an audience, the rulings Hugh needed the masses to worship their riches. And there might. This is why he dentist by the danger of the cult of personality. The cult of personality is when the personality of the leader is acquainted with the nation. The worshiped idle replaces we the people as the sole of the body, politic. Now Adams watched the cult up close and personal I when he was in France. There. Franklin Franklin seduced, the educated, elite as America's first rockstar. Adams understood the desire among human beings to be seen and loved. He's on the fourth of spectatorship. Then there was the opposite, the fear of obscurity of insignificance long before. Andy Warhol news that every American wants fifteen minutes of fame Adams place, the danger of adolescent at the center of his constitutional theory. What glittered in the eyes of men and women was often, the most superficial of dazzling distractions. He explained the birth riches and beauty short power in Aristotle's sees that society's invariably, divided people into classes, that political parties, use the same method in marketing candidates, and attractive appearance. A prominent name a glamorous reputation if that wasn't enough, lies flattery, and quackery his delightful word would keep supporters mesmerized, John Adams understood that politics was a con game as far back as seventeen ninety. His point was that these impulses emerge in all governments republics and democracies alike. A society that rewards ambition cannot avert avert the Ned scramble for public recognition. But he went further groups like holiday was responsible for the sham worship of the lustrous few since the majority of people would never take to the stage. They live vicariously through their idols. Vicarious was his word. What he was saying is that the people felt a special kind of sympathy for the powerful. It wasn't just the corrupt politicians rode into office on inflated, reputations. It was the voters lived for the show. We document these things in our book. They are not selectively drawn. So as to simply resonate with the current political scene, which a lot of people think and forget that we started researching this book long before the current political seeing. Americans tell themselves, they value independent thinking in the enlightenment sense of that phrase. But in fact, citizens still swoon over the rich and famous. They join crowds cheering fans Adams of extrapolated from this to say that mob mentality is a dangerous force contained within democracies, and it's often inflamed by the partisan press party organizers from Alexander Hamilton forward has found a way to exploiting the imaginary bond between voters and their heralded leaders in the first presidential election in seventeen eighty eight eighty nine. Hamilton made sure that southern electors withheld their votes for Adams by spreading a rumor that new Englanders might steal the election from Washington. From Hamilton's perspective. There could be only one surrogate, king one idolized star. Washington's presidency borrowed. The trappings of royalty, the chief executive was housed in a grand mansion. He wrote in a lavishly equipped carriage any held intimate courtly receptions, with a capital, elite. He made two Grand, National tours like the king of England. His birthday was a holiday, national holiday. Washington's image was known to all a visiting Russian dignitary remarked that Americans kept treasured portrait's of Washington in their homes much like the Russians worshiped icons of the saints. Now, Adams cleverly dissected the cult of Washington. He uses terrible skill to explain the worship of Washington. The generals first, and most important trait was Adams, emphasized his handsome face. Waxed? His tall stature he was six foot three. Elite breeding was evident in his elegant floor, his graceful movements and his largest state. Washington was a man of few words Adams, joked that his fellow Virginians adored him because a MO the planter elite, the geese are all swans. Anuj matters more than genius Adams new this. We know it to be true as well. Voters take manufactured qualities as signs of innate. Character. Adams, of course, suffered by comparison to Washington. He acquired the nasty nickname of his rotundi, a labels started wild vice president and was used in the election of eighteen hundred. Political gamesmanship became more circus, like by the time, the second Adams entered a presidential contest in eighteen twenty four when then secretary of state. John Quincy Adams was seeking the presidency. A cartoon captured the foot race so called that morph into what pollsters pundits to this tech to this day term of presidential courts race. And this is relevant because tonight is the Kentucky Derby. In the cartoon. John Quincy Adams is head of the Georgia. William Crawford by knows why Andrew Jackson. So why Andrew Jackson's wrestling his military uniform is on their tail and coming up fast? All John Adams, stands at the front of the crowd cheering on his son while spectators place, wagers only outcome. This is democracy at its worst, a spectacle, the election campaign, isn't about philosophies or policies, but a gamble the excitement of the race is what matters most. In eighteen twenty eight when the second president Adams lost election to Jackson, he's found himself not only running against a national hero, but against a far better organized, pro Jackson party machine. The New Yorker Martin van Buren was Jackson's electioneering. Guru building on the earlier New Yorker Hamilton's playbook. Jackson's admirers tried to remote him into the air, the noble Washington, but the effort failed because Jackson was known to be imperious impulsive and blustering, and too many concerned, autocratic. The general was promoted with a lavish campaign biography, the first of its kind, his rash, arbitrary behaviour was recast as a cardinal virtue. That is he Zibin frontier boldness and manly vigor while the accumbens Adams was overly cerebral, there was something even darker at work here. John Quincy Adams concluded the Jetsons followers were really and this is in his words and very important obsequious champions of executive power. And Jacksonian democracy wasn't fact, a warrior cult of conquest democracy. Was a smokescreen western expansion. Drove politics slaveholders, wanted slavery to expand to the Pacific behind the screen was a union of land, speculators and southern slaveholders. John Quincy Adams was elected to congress in eighteen thirty after his one term, presidency, ended it wasn't unusual move never to be repeated. He remained in the house until he died. It is desk in eighteen forty eight. Parties ruled the art of party drilling as he called. It was quasi-military party membership became riotous, and that's his word to with sanctimonious calls to liberty allowing southern Democrats to purchase auxiliary support for slavery from Freeman of the north, what could be a greater irony Jackson. Head of the Democratic Party. Jefferson's supposedly small government party was now a party of unchecked executive power. Electioneering rhetoric cast John Quincy Adams as a princely air a man comfortable with titles and rituals of the Royal European courts where he had so long served as a diplomat. Somehow like his father before him. He was a secret promoter. Alana Ricky vici, Eisenberg co author, the book, the problem of democracy. The sad truth is this the cult of personality could hide Olson's twist, the truth, and voters often didn't care for John Quincy Adams, what had happened. Was that slave? Slaveholding oligarchy had taken hold of the presidency, along with the allusion of what textbooks, call Jacksonian democracy. It would be helpful at this point to elaborate a bit on the two epigraph both from eighteen fourteen that opened our book. The first is from ex president John Adams. Remember democracy never lasts long. It's sued wastes, exhausts and murders itself. There never was a democracy, yet that did not commit suicide. It is in vain to say that democracy is less pain. Less proud, less selfish, less ambitious, or less avaricious than aristocracy or monarchy. Those passions are the same in all men under all forms of government, and went on checked produce the same effects of fraud, violence and cruelty. He means there needs to be a healthy democratic element in government, a force that promotes class balance. There will always be monied interests. But these need to be contested within the institutions of government by those whose interests are not so confined. But democracy, like government by the few or by a monarch is inherently unstable because equality is impossible because some emerging become privileged if democracy does not then morph into our stock rec- or money to oligarchy it implodes on its own accord, as Mabo Crecy devolving into anarchy this heady stuff. We say democracy tends to civility, but we know it doesn't exhibit as social media in two thousand nineteen democracy is anxious is anxious because of envy. It needs help it needs a survival plan. And that's all that Adam senior meant in referring to democracy suicide. Title tendencies democracy, did not does not automatically produce equal educational opportunity or equal access to government. Good government, therefore requires expertise, unbiased representation that doesn't have to compete with a thousand cacophonous voices all clamoring for something. Now, here's Jay QA also writing in eighteen fourteen in his case from Stockholm during the period when he was part of the negotiating team, seeking to end the unproductive or eighteen twelve he writes in truth, human nature itself is little more than a composition of inconsistencies. Throughout his political career the second president Adams, regarded, Capitol Hill, debates as a cruel drama, perpetrated by scheming, men, the moral philosophy. His father read the moral philosophy. He upheld emphasized? The dictates of our moral faculties, the manhood of self command here, citing Adam Smith. It's what led them to be independence to go against the grain in refusing to here to the dictates of a party. It was moral ambiguity, that the two atoms is most disparaged in human affairs. Politics was, and is about the nature of authority and the character of those who wielded human nature rules, people are ruled by the authority. They accept we understand why the Adamses are not perceived as democratic and spirit for them leaders ought to be in secular terms among the elect, yet, being electable shouldn't be the sole qualification for election. But under the two party system, that's what often determines who gets in electability to an atoms, the elect are meant to perform a positive public service to sacrifice es and fortune, in order to be the eyes and ears of the whole people. Igloo Burstein co author, the book the problem of democracy through our historical lens. We see the presidential elections often contribute little to advancing real democracy. The Adams is praised the town meeting because for them, it was the true training ground. Whereas the elder Adams, put it all the inhabitants of choir from infancy accustom of.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"That is false. They think okay to you wanna go the other way or fall when ago fall someone in that eleven to fifteen range. Okay. All three of you are correct. I'm trying to think who William Henry Harrison got Zachary Taylor. Both died in office before Lincoln. Although Lincoln was the first president to be assessing Harrison died just one month into his presence. Hot a pneumonia. Iman was in the procession for his inauguration. Taylor died a year into office from what is basically food poisoning because he's still the Rams quarterback coach. He's now the Bengals had things. All right. So great Steve to Curtis one. Our number three. There have been two father son presidents, John Adams and John Quincy Adams, George H W Bush and door JR. W Bush, but there's never been. A grandfather grandson combination to become president Mace true or false. Grandfather grandson, I'd say that's false. Okay. Greg. I'm going to say. False Curtis although the ANC true Curtis. You're now way behind it is false. William Henry Harrison and his grandson Benjamin Harrison were both presidents. So there go, okay. Never four of our first six presidents only, John Adams and his son John Quincy Adams failed to serve two terms. Greg. The other four guys all did two terms true or false. I'm gonna say fall. Okay, curtis. Yeah. I'm gonna go to Steve I think Adams was beaten by Jefferson, so true or false. I think. Rephrase question. I six presidents only John Adams and his son John Quincy Adams failed to serve two terms. Saw the other ones did I'm gonna say. I'm gonna say that's true. Mason is correct. Like forty and forty I I. George Washington, Thomas, Jefferson, James, Madison and James Monroe, all served two terms. The other guys Quincy Adams and Adams lost after the Adams was the second president. And then he was beaten by Jefferson. And what do I get that? Right. I gotta know you didn't you missed it. Was you guessed false. It was true right here. We go. Gerald Ford is the only president not to be elected to the office as vice president or president Curtis..
"john quincy adams" Discussed on Words Matter
"Needs to recognize leadership to respect it and to require it of our leaders. Let's listen to John F Kennedy, jR, these are stories about that most admirable of human virtues. Courage. Grace under pressure Ernest Hemingway defined it and these are stories of the pressures experienced by eight United States senators and the grace with which they endured them the risks their careers, the unpopularity of their courses the defamation of their characters and sometimes, but sadly, only sometimes the vindication of their reputations and their principles. Today, the challenge of political courage looms larger than ever before for everyday life is becoming so saturated with the tremendous powers of mass communication that any unpopular or unorthodox course, arouses a storm of protests such as John Quincy Adams under attack in eighteen o seven could never have envisioned. Some of these men who stories follow we're right in their beliefs others, perhaps we're not some were intimately vindicated by a return to popularity many were not some showed courage throughout the whole of their political lives other sale with the wind till the decisive moment when their conscience and events propel them into the center of the storm some were courageous in their unyielding devotion to absolute principles, others were Dan for advocating compromise, whatever their differences, the American politicians who stories are here. Retold shared that one heroic quality, courage. The study begins with. Chapter on John Quincy Adams of Massachusetts. The young Senator from Massachusetts stirred restlessly in his chairs, the debate droned on the half filled Senate chamber fairly echoed with the shouting of his Massachusetts colleague Senator Pickering who is denouncing president Jefferson's trade. Embargo of eighteen o seven for what seem the one hundred time sorting the mail from Massachusetts, which lay in disarray and his desk. John Quincy Adams found his I caught by an envelope with no return address inside was a single sheet of fine, linen paper and the Senator grimly read. It's non Mus messages. Second time before crumpling letter and envelope into the basket by his desk. Lucifer son of the morning. How has fallen we hope not irrevocably? Oh atoms. Remember who the art returned to Massachusetts return to the country assist? Not in its destruction. Consider the consequences awake. Arouse in time. A federalist. A federalist Adams muse bitterly over the word was he not the son of the last federalist president had. He not served federalist administrations in the diplomatic service abroad. Had he not been elected as a federalist to the Massachusetts legislature. And then to the United States Senate now simply because he'd place national interests before party and section the federalists had deserted him. Yes, he thought I did not desert them as they charge. It is they who have deserted me, the book goes on to talk about one of the true giants of the Senate Daniel Webster, the blizzard night of January twenty first eighteen fifty was no night in Washington for an ailing old man to be out, but weeding and coughing fitfully. Henry clay made his way through the snow drifts to the home of annual Webster. He had a.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Millions of federal dollars coming into Pennsylvania to help the homeless and attorneys general from DC and Maryland planning a lawsuit against President Trump all at six thirty on NewsRadio ten twenty Katie A. It's kind of hard to believe when you first hear it. But ten US presidents had the same last name as another US president. This is Dr no each with Norwegian and not show. There's presidents John Adams same last name is John Quincy Adams, William Henry Harrison and Benjamin Harrison each with the same. Last name. Andrew Johnson and Lyndon Johnson. Teddy Roosevelt and Franklin Roosevelt. And of course, George H W Bush, George W Bush that's over twenty percent of all US presidents ten of the forty three with the same last name as another US president more stories than our no genetic show books ain't our weekly Dr knowledge newsletter. Call one eight hundred nutshell or go to naughty, gender, nutshell dot com. The latest when it comes to songs of childhood. We thought were just so so wonderful now getting ridiculed, and in this particular case, a musical group deciding to no longer sing the song. It was actually a song done by the prison singers at Princeton University the song that they sing. It's a male group all all-male acapella group, they sing the little mermaid's song. Kissed the girl. Remember that song we're aerial? This is to give up the flippers go with the feet and hopes that Eric will kiss her with the kiss of love. And then she'll stay human. It'll be wonderful. But you can't speak. Right. So she's giving them all the signs that she wants kiss. But then you have Sebastian singing the song kissed a girl. Well, one particular person is really upset with it and so much so that the Princeton tiger tones are no longer going to perform the song. They they figured out. Another way of doing it without being offensive one person said, it's more misogynistic and dismissive of consent. Then cute. What I mean, you have to take the lyrics of the song completely out of context in order to try to even come close to anything that is borderline offensive. And here are some of the lyrics that they take offense with there. You see her sitting there across the way. She don't got a lot to say. But there's something about her. And you don't know why. But you're dying to try you wanna kiss the girl? There's one way to ask her it. Don't take a word not a single word go on and kissed the girl. And this is causing outrage. What do you think I'd like to hear from you? Join me on Facebook Mandujano on Katie k and you can send me your text eight six six three nine one ten twenty..
"john quincy adams" Discussed on Last Seen
"David. Meet my twin brother. Mommy. Allston where they'd be. So for those of you who have been listening, David as key character episode three. And David welcome. Thank you. Thank you for being here tonight. Earlier this evening Steve shared that. He sort of really appreciated the relationship between you and one of your confidential informants, Anthony or Tony Romano. Now, this is a reminder to everyone. Tony Ramana was a member of the T R C auto electric shop crew, the headquarters for mobster, Carmelo Molina's gang. Tony was tasked with giving you info on any conversations that had anything to do with the Gardner, art. He was the man who came to you with the information which resulted in a raid for another heist. Dave talk about your relationship with Tony. Well. Tony actually contacted me. I one before all this happened. We had a robbery at the John Quincy Adams museum. And several. Irreplaceable books were stolen at that time. And I was told that there was a prisoner at concord prison who was interested in talking to me about this because he knows who did it. So I grab one of the detectives from Quincy, and we ran out to concord and. Across the street from the prison is a barracks for the state police, and he was working on their cars. This guy is a mechanic. And so he told one of the one of the trooper and she said. You know, I know something about this crime. Could you help me get in front of an agent? So that's what the trooper. Did. He contacted our office was called. I went there with the detective we found Tony end up in a room upstairs in the barracks. And he was just sitting in a chair like this. And so we said down in front of him. And he was he was wearing. Prison dungarees, which are blue jeans blue Jean shirt short sleeves as arms were covered in tattoos. For those of you listening at home the way, he was sitting was sort of lax in his chair head looking at the ceiling. Right. Exactly. And. So we said, hey, how are you doing understand? You wanna talk to us about about this crime? And he just sort of looked at us and went back and looked up at ceiling and didn't say much. So I looked over the detective, and I. What's with this guy? Well, you know, Tony, I know you got to get back to the prison here pretty soon, and we got things to do. But if you wanna talk to us about this particular crime, we're here if it's a bad time. We'll come back. So he says, okay. Kevin Gill did it and I should well home who's coming? And he said he's a guy from Quincy use a burglar, and I've known him, my hope practically my whole life, and we were in jail together. He told me he was going to do this type of crime he want you was really eyeballing that. Dealer. Job. And so I said, well, thanks. I appreciate that. And. Long story short. It was Kevin guild day. And it was Tony's information to me that. That helps solve that crime. We did recover the books you'll day did five years and. Well, so I called the parole board and said, hey, you know, I wanna talk to you about one of your guys. And of course. What did who who is it? And what do you do now? So I said, well, these you did something good actually, Anthony Ramana. Oh, and I think he's coming up for parole. And I want you to know that you provided the information that allowed me to solve this case and get these books back. So he did a good job. So they said well, thank you that you don't usually don't get good information on on guys. So. And that was how I met. Tony anyhow and answering the question. So. The raid. That was the result of Tony's work with the FBI with you. Brought a couple of key suspects into custody. You were there. When everyone arrived in you tried to get information out of these folks coming in about the gardener out of that come up. Yeah. Well, just tell me about those conversations. Sure you like we do as reporters you had a little notebook. And you're kinda yelling at them as brought in. Or I worked with I worked with the agent who was working on on that particular case..
A light-hearted look at Trump's Presidential routine
"Over the decades US presidents have had unique routines as they spend it as living in the White House Thomas Jefferson, reportedly slipped sitting up while John Quincy Adams enjoyed skinny giving the presidential shedule can be bruising leading up to the midterms this coming week, Donald Trump will hold rallies in eight different states. So North America correspondence Khanna Duffy and Stephanie March have taken a lighthearted look at how the US presidents uses his time by trying to spend a day in his shoes. Let's five thirty owning. Because parallel President Trump gets out of bed. Trump will usually at this point ten TV in bed, but I'm not that fancy uninhabitated Embiid. So may it's presidential Scifo in the lounge room. At this hour, thousands upon thousands of illegal immigrants are now marching toward our southern border. And this is a morning show called FOX and friends on the FOX network. Don't Trump watches it dighly. Its motto is news you can use Wednesday day here. I just have reports there unconfirmed that every person in the country will vote in the midterms because whatever I go there's a buzz about the midterms are some issue for a couple of weeks. It was all about cavenaugh. Now. It's all about the caravan. Yeah. Well, it's pretty clear why Donald Trump watches this show. It's largely an echo chamber. He is the president at a rally if he dies ago, this will be. Elect of Kavanagh the caravan. It's understood he watches other shows in the morning too, often hill record saying N MSNBC and watch them back later. And if you follow his Twitter fade throughout the day, you can often work out what he's watching as he tweets the things that have been sit on TV earlier in the day. Well, president was saying that there are middle Easterns in this in this group, the vice president doubled down and said it's inconceivable that criminals are not part of the seven thousand and that original cares about quotas seeks, and this is usually the time that Donald Trump on his unsecured. Iphone would pick it up often lying in bed. Still apparently, according to the New York Times propped up on a pillow would stop tweeting. So just looking here, and I can say that my colleague Conan Duffy has since a rather nasty tweet this morning, saying no son of sleepy stiff much wake-up. Fake news. So I think it's time that I. Pin? One back. Crime khanna. Duffy says I'm asleep. Lies from the failing ABC news reporter busy making news. Great again, exclamation Mark. I think that's a good one. President Trump reportedly spins about three hours in the morning having what's labeled executive time. That's when he reportedly Mike's phone calls to world leaders he raids the newspapers that he heights like the Washington Post and the New York Times before he eventually heads downstairs to the Oval Office. I've just arrived at the office less of an oval more of a rectangle here in Washington bureau. It's ten I am and I'm dying for coffee, but don't Trump doesn't drink coffee. So I'm going to go for the next best thing. That's a diet coke. Apparently, the president drinks twelve of those day. Let's see how this goes. Oh, yeah. I'm going to be lucky if I get through one. My partner in presidential crime has arrived. Duffy Mony Mony tone for post executive time beverage twelve died, your can you can do twelve. I don't know if I can finish one. What did you do with your executive time? I really enjoyed my executive time. I did some rating some yoga, and I went for most tricon, but it's not really in the spirit of President Trump. He's mine exercises Gulf. He's often photograph though in a Gulf cot. So not to sure how strenuous games it's been reported that Donald Trump believes a person ease born with a finite amount of energy hints. He doesn't want to waste it on exercise. Kana the president show meal of the day. Vice on a book by two of President Trump's close campaign. I'ts eight's a lot of fast food pizza. Soft drink KFC the meal, we're having today is based on what to if he's aides have said he usually orders from McDonald's. Go play. He also apparently sometimes dispenses we the Brit. Dispense with some of the bread because what you're going to be having for lunch today is not one two big Macs. Filled to fish, burgers, and you get to wash it down with the chocolate shy. Doesn't that look? Right. Murdo many get diabetes, you if you don't you doing something wrong. Right. Let's say this. According to his Donald Trump would usually only eight these meal at the end of a long day after a campaign rally and might be he's only meal of the day. Just one human Bank in consumers in one sitting. Especially washing it down with this. Disgusting milkshake that. Sweet eleven more. I mean, just so bad battle. Partly the reason he likes McDonalds is because he cut me. He me poisoned and everything's basically much water. How did you find your morning? Donald Trump quite enjoyed sending you the main tweets that was kind of fun funny did. Yeah.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Yes this is why you're not supposed to be alone with the kid because she was nuts daler she she likes to say well she said she came from the sentence of john quincy adams and john adams then she wants games today right team stew and then she said she was the first lesbian playmate that press then she said she came from the family of lady godiva she always wanted press she was really weird that way so she got the ultimate headline last week with this murder suicide i check i have daily kill someone at some weird chicks not a murderer it's it's a it is interesting in that if you would like to end your life with a headline this is how you have to end it if you're her yeah if you're a civilian or so if you're back the aforementioned george clooney he can he can od he just take a bunch of sleeping pills apartment helmet about it she's not gonna make headlines she's got do it this way sure she's gotta go big but you know i said the same thing years ago i also dated lanna clark's who was found dead and phil spector's house and i think she shot himself because i knew what she was going through despondent she was couldn't work anymore fortyoneyearold blonde in hollywood all that shit so i think she wanted to go out being remembered forever since she couldn't do that with her career it's a only happens out here it's a little bit of a.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"You to back off show a judy knew heart i'm sure that sugar to sink cosby show and it must listen to radio here a dynamic duo courtesy cosby hates noon to three days and what chase him at all doubt on the radio device she has it all down a janga was withdrawn after shout pleasure the wealthy harlow giles longer hollow it's a pleasure to meet you in person after all these years mr president is the new book although i shall see john quincy adams and lyon of liberty or my previous assignment from mr ongard i have also discussed with him the tea party once upon a time many years ago harlow works very carefully through documents and letters that tell a very different story than the one you can hear in the twentyfirst century about this fairytale called the founders were dealing with the men and their wives and the strife of the late eighteenth century especially following the socalled victory over the british it was an incomplete success however because while the aspiration if you roll call from benjamin franklin was a republican if you can keep it this book begins at the part where there's a threat to keeping it hollow washington goes home to convert he's exhausted at seventeen 83 the articles of confederation are in place but immediately they're not adequate why well the articles of com confederation were called a constitution but it really wasn't was simply an agreement to fight who together in a war against the common enemy britain and an agreement to meet periodically at a the confederation congress to discuss common problems but essentially the revolution did not create a.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Referred to as old man eloquent even by his solvit adversaries is there a great biography of quincy adams you know i i'm i'm loath to characterize there is a very fine of or fairly recent biography by paul nagel which i think up uh people would enjoy very much it's a it's a fine very readable comprehensive walk at adams uh with a special emphasis upon adams uh life outside the white house all right with about fifty seconds to go i don't wanna move on to you a old hickory at this point i do want had always were when i knew he would say that but i wanted to say that it with with greater amount attention go back to john quincy and he and his father both lose after one term you're right and in fact it's very interesting it you're you're you're actually right uh but uh john quincy adams or is also the accidental president remember he came in second to andrew jackson and eighteen twenty four and he was elected by the house there were allegations of a corrupt oregon between he and queen rick ley oh he made his secretary of state and he never really recovered felt that uh in some ways uh he never really enjoyed what you would call which it embassy was it a good saying that a couple of these early president's only lasted one term well i don't know it's a good thing it was evacuated did though with tested the american constitutional system that's what i mean and it demonstrated that that system was sufficiently flexible uh and that the day should itself could uh could handle the political crisis uh before we go to break again the washing tony an example broken only by fdr is now than constitutionalised what do you think of that limiting presence two terms well you know i don't know i think i in practical terms the fact is we use up our president uh stop and.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"I i got to ride played zeus for god's sake own remiz a green grocer the parent was okay this president had a pet parrot who this president had a pet perret kept in the white house long john silvers arm your pet parrot in the herot i'm gonna i'm happy i'm not going eisenhower you want a few choices yeah yeah kazama said woodrow wilson hold on let me give you four options saga harry truman right andrew jackson right richard mill house nixon john quincy adams which of those had a era angry over though the decree on andrew jackson yeah i'll go with john quincy adams k r go worrisome jackson michael i can sort of see your alcaron so don't guess than andrew jackson oh eight hundred fast fact about it this is another one my food aided the pera we're parallelist thanksgiving power trained to say what the pair was moved from his funeral because it wouldn't stop cursing as i let me say to people who are here we have a very big crowd today and happy to say that both bathrooms are completely israel and the women's rural folks let me of i hope i have this name right i think it was dan kelly i think john kelly was the guy who got us these spectacular waterless urinals in the men's room and i want to thank him very much involved the name wrong i will make sure to get the name shy clean out the bathrooms are for customers only though for those who may be listening in the street yeah yeah at least don't fiscal in a newsletter lemus their sink is fully functional as a bathroom as well.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Six president of the united states and individual had the reputation of being the hill hound of abolition he was so involved in and so afflicted by the insidious institution of slavery till he laboured and labor and toiled to free his nation from this in city is an ignominous blot on the fabric of his existence slavery john quincy adams ira i have my book here history book and i don't wanna change too pages because i have some more black history the show share in the second half but john quincy adams you know i have this yield to portray a portion of the black history week and month that you don't often here and that is to give you the names not only of black heroes but white heroes that fought side by side so that many of their black heroes would that no the success they they sought and that was freedom but now my my theme on freedom today are picking up on the sentence we've just read the six president of the united states of declared that he thought that the freedom of america as inextricably tied to and woven to the fabric of this nation and all bless the wonderful name of our god and king he thought that it was doing rick ley connected with god's that liberating power let me refer the the john quincy quote and i follow and i quote it is not that in the chain of human events the birthday of the nation is indissolubly linked with the birthday of the save him that is up foams a leading event in the progress of the gospel dispensation is it not that the declaration of independence furs organize the social calm pack of the foundation of the redeem mission upon the earth at sentenced as a powerful sentence was not the declaration i'm off takes phnom kwa m interjecting here again uh but is it not the declaration of independence first organize the social compact of the foundation of the redeem must mission on earth translated weren't those individuals who wrote the declaration which was a proclamation i right the freedom inspired by the mission of the redeemer of the world jesus christ the lord of that it the end i pick up the.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on No Agenda
"I don't know i don't have a legend on this for some reason evident in office persistent or recurrent impaired evident to others or saw treatment and if it is a by today standard a d s m four criteria it's a your game it it uh john quincy adams bipolar disorder it was evident in office it was recur and he was haired by it the jefferson social phobia which is not a dsm four criteria so we're going to skip that uses shy madison that makes zero cents anybody but okay this is frigate no i'm it was a while ago in probably done i should have mentioned this is from the journal of nervous and mental disease which sounds official at madison major depressive disorder jonquet uh i'm sorry pierce alcohol dependence major depressive disorder link illwishers stop stop there okay uh jc a buzzkill jia we talked about this because use there's some moment were studying this it'd be before prohibition the amount of prohibition did anything it backed everybody off of the outrageous amount of drinking going yes now david day would drink so much so alcoholism had to be a serious problem yeah the lincoln on lincoln major depressive disorder recurrent with psychotic features grams alcoholic social phobia specific foglietta phobia for blood uh i have that too but only if it's coming emma duct only if it's a coming out of my arm into a needle if it's you it's okay a hayes major depressive disorder garfield depressive disorder teddy roosevelt bipolar taft breathing related sleep disorder wilson anxiety disorder generalising cited disorder major depressive disorder personality change due to stroke harding still mata form disorder i dunno where is neither coolidge social phobia major depressive disorder hypochondria acis couvert major depressive eisenhower major depressive johnson bipolar and nixon alcohol abuse too this is not new.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"A quick back story about something at the white house you probably didn't know a whole lot about the election of eighteen 24 was pretty rough one andrew jackson running for president john quincy adams running for president andrew jackson won the plurality of electoral votes in eighteen 24 but not a majority addicott kinda ugly because says per the twelfth amendment the house of representatives decided on president and they picked john quincy adams even though indra jackson had more electoral votes of course that didn't sit real well with andrew jackson so he runs four years later so be elected eighteen 24 pretty rough eighteen 28 really pretty nasty betwixt the two of them and because of some deals that were made in people jockey and andrew jackson becomes president in 1820 eight just days after his election his wife dis wife rachel had been pretty rough he blamed those contentious elections at least partially on her debt and as part of his morning when he moved into the white house he took a seedling from his wife's favor tree on their farm in tennessee and he planted beautiful magnolia tree planted it at the white house and it grew and grew and grew over the years so if you look at the white house it's the magnolia tree off to the left now years later they planted another one on the right to kinda balance it out but it is recognized as part of the white white house aesthetics it's almost iconic the andrew jackson magnolia tree over the last 10 years or so the trees ben dying in horrible shape they've done everything they can they've got steel cables that keep it up and the experts came in recently and said listen if not for these steel cable holding it up on every side it would have fallen years ago it's got go it's completely dependent this is the us national arboretum the did the evaluation so they went to the president and first lady and they said this tree is you know it's gone what do you want to do so they suggested it be removed alania trump signed off on it the media spotted as in uh alania trump cuts down historic tree at the white house.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on WGTK
"Yep rao the derek that glass maverick day you are listening to the best of the dennis prager show dennis prager here and i welcome you back or to the show this is a history our periodically i feature a brand new work of history because i love three because it's the only way to understand it really is the only way to understand y we are what we are where we came from metal mean biologically got really doesn't interest me i'm out of blood fan but i'm a history fatima values fan and at his brand new work out a history of the sixth the president of the united states john quincy adams and that's the goal threat kaplan z distinguished professor emeritus of english at queens college of has really been applied argh refers his whole life and uh the we talked about the loss of three of his four children let me think about what the pain he and his wife luisa had gone through and i've begun in the micro in our going into the macro he also was part of the most disputed election arguably perhaps like i i guess bushgore might be up there with that uh in american history so this is 1820 four he's running against andrew jackson and others so tell us what happened john quincy adams was only the second president in american history to be elected not by the popular vote and out by the electoral college for by the house of representatives thomas jefferson with her no president since 1820 four has been elected by the house a representative uh who did not receive uh the majority uh he did not even receive the most of electoral college votes or a popular votes than any of the.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on WGTK
"It's very hard to grasp a big broad general macro history as good as they are as important as they are so there's a brand new biography out of the 6 th the president of the united states john quincy adams and it is by terrific biographer fred kaplan whose also distinguished professor emeritus of english at queens college in new york city and he has now written this biography of john quincy adams the son of john adams and it is simply subtitled american visionary why mr kaplan thinks that john quincy adams visionary is one of the many questions i have so first of all for capital welcome to the dennis prager show i'm delighted to be with you it's my delight so i i am going to start with a micro aspect you know the the man was president i think my first bush would be about his presidency but i walked i want you to relate to my listeners and to me a what he endured with the law of his children yes a a story that resonate for all of our country all experience lawson our allies john quincy adams and his wife luisa had four children and i'll before come read during their lifetime deeply deeply pain cocoa both of them mm they had a little daughter a girl who died on he was a time a minister accorded feng petersburg shuler american diplomat representing the united states abroad and a little girl died after one year and they were both heartbroken when they're young care they already had three children and i'm just three children crease china's seo came to adulthood gratuitous three died and they died in ways that struck deep deep pain into aaron heart uh one of the sun committed suicide at what what age he was approximately twenty five and he had some years of great unhappiness depression and she not to be able to control his live one great expectations for him he felt terribly depressed because he couldn't cool seldom father and son and both a good relationship and emmanuel nation ship a good one and they both loved and admired when another a bad one in the sense that john quincy adams pedagogy it's creek in always e to teach people and.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"All right so very good now let's all right so that's so that's how he wins the election and the and the opposition spends his four years choi to undo everything he does not pattani this program am too complicated by the fact that representatives in the house and the senate from the south yeah three control a concrete and also uneasy with john quincy adams getting elected because they believe he's antislavery even come out explicitly him public said i oppose slavery i am for emancipate abolition come out publicly yet he did so late in his career and stay out what they had quite correctly the fence that he was agent approve of slavery and thought that it should be gradually eliminated is possible but gradually over time eliminated and students the southern a culture at mentality and political leadership dominated washington added essentially it from george washington often killed sixteen president up until lincoln then inflected a federal government for that reason to were very cautious about john quincy adams so i law was andrew jackson's views on slavery old was closely right so so exactly so why would henry clay undermine jackson's chances of being elected by running well i look henry henry clay hated andrew jackson both personally and politically we were from the manila utility me that american politicians hated each other even beginning this is not new yes i'm sorry i i'm on tuesday it's a killer it does it all i go i yet i wrote it most most i think most americans don't wear that are politics is contentious solitary start in including the creation of the american constitution in seventy eighty seven i'm jennifer wilde spread worship of the constitution of founding document a sacred we all are committed to it but when the constitution was passed than tuned eighty seven seven canadian now between seventy seven seventeen long had to be ratified by the stoked was ratified but was to lend in this this concrete to the constitution had contentious government um he'd historically has been that that we had contentious government except for war hollowbore episode our civil war we always manage asteroids that the hope exactly back in a moment bind speaking to fret kaplan brand new biography of john quincy adams the six president it it is subtitled american visionary and the book is up at dennis prager dot com mm.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The eric that maric got it you are listening to the best of the dennis prager show fiery dennis prager here and i welcome you back or to the show this is a history our periodically i feature a brand new work of history because i love history because it's the only way to understand it really is the only way to understand y we are what we are where we came from metal mean biologically that really doesn't interest me amount of blood san but his three phantom of values fan and at his brand new work out a history of the sixth the president of the united states john quincy adams and that's the authors fred kaplan lucy distinguished professor emeritus of english at queens college has really been applied argh refers his whole life and the we talked about the loss of three of his four children let me think about what the pain he and his wife luisa headcounts ruined i began in the micro in our going into the macro he also was part of the most disputed election arguably perhaps i i agree s bushgore might be up there with that in american history so this is 1820 four he's running against andrew jackson and others so tell us what happened john quincy adams was only the second president in american history to be elected not part of the popular vote and i'll play the electoral college for the house of representatives thomas jefferson on her no president since eighteen four has been elected by the house of representatives uh good not receive uh no majority he could not even received the most of electoral college votes or popular votes any candidates andrew jackson did hold the race would have been a lot closer if the constitution hadn't provided the southern states.