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"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:52 min | 8 months ago

"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Vincent answered the call for volunteers and enlisted as a union Army private with Wayne Guards, a company of the eerie regiment by 18 62 The 25 year old Vincent rose to the rank of colonel in the 83rd Pennsylvania Infantry and lead his men through one of the fiercest battles of the civil war at Fredericksburg. Seven months later, Vincent found himself in command of a brigade of three regiments at the Battle of Gettysburg. On the second day of fighting, Vincent intercepted Courier with a message from General K. Warren. Urgently requesting troops to occupy little Roundtop. Ah, strategically important Hill anchoring the union armies left flank. Vincent did not wait for orders but immediately double quick to 1300 men to the unprotected hill. Arriving only minutes before the enemy. He placed Colonel Joshua Chamberlain's 20th main Infantry on the extreme left of his line, which had become the left flank of the entire Union Army as Confederate units from Alabama and Texas attacked things looked desperate for Vincent's troops. In an effort to encourage his men to keep fighting as ammunition ran low. Vincent jumped on Iraq and shouted, Don't give an inch boys don't give an inch exposed above the hand to hand fighting. Vincent was struck by a Confederate musket ball and died of his wounds five days later. But thanks to strong Vincent's quick thinking and heroism, the union Army successfully defended little round top and earned the victory. At the Battle of Gettysburg, considered by many the turning point of the Civil war. Hi Lucy from Texas here, with more of our time spent at home. It was inevitable that our dishwasher stopped working. Luckily, I'm a member of American Home Shield. I went online to request service and then a qualified local contractor came out to fix the problem. It didn't matter that.

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"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"The Wayne guards the company of the eerie regiment by eighteen sixty two the twenty five year old Vincent rose to the rank of colonel in the eighty third Pennsylvania infantry and led his men through one of the fiercest battles of the civil war at Fredericksburg seven months later Vincent found himself in command of a brigade of three regiments at the battle of Gettysburg on the second day of fighting instant intercepted career with the message from general Kay Warren urgently requesting troops to occupy a little round top a strategically important hill anchoring the union army's left flank the incident did not wait for orders but immediately double clicked his thirteen hundred men to the unprotected hill arriving only minutes before the enemy he placed colonel Joshua chamberlain's twentieth main infantry on the extreme left of his line which had become the left flank of the entire union army as Confederate units from Alabama and Texas attacked things look desperate for Vincent's troops in an effort to encourage is meant to keep fighting as ammunition ran low fence and jumped on a rock and shouted don't give an inch boys don't give an inch exposed above the hand to hand fighting Vincent was struck by a Confederate musket balls and died of his wounds five days later but thanks to strong Vincent's quick thinking and heroism the Union Army successfully defended little round top and earned the victory at the battle of Gettysburg considered by many the turning point of the civil war six twenty five traffic on the five six hours by browser featuring genesis of pleasant hills Scott what do you see Robert dealing with an axe in the strip district very pretty Avenue and twenty fourth street S. U. V. into a port authority fuss so they've closed liberty between twenty second and twenty fifth in both directions said sending all that traffic over towards Penn and Smallman so we've got big time delays in their area it's almost back up to the twenty eighth street bridge so if you're familiar with the strip definitely give yourself some extra time about parkway east a laser before faith as you head for the score a little tunnels over on the outbound side of the parkway west just a little sluggish before green tree up over the top of the hill inbound delays from green tree to the corporate titles KDKA traffic and weather brought you by long John silver's partner support at six thirty five from the Presbyterian senior Kerr network traffic center I'm.

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"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"He is marks Kofi. You can check his workout on probably about a hundred differ websites. If you follow him on Twitter at Mark's go field. You'll see all the great work that he is putting out Marc man, we had like two more video games drop this week. And it's in the middle of football season. We can't handle the ball. And I haven't finished assassin's creed odyssey. And I'm in the middle of red dead, redemption to follow seventy six came out and battlefields coming out like how do we handle all this and do our jobs? We don't just simple answers. We don't we would just talk about it like followed seventy drop Ted day. We battlefield five job tomorrow. I'm running around San Denny with Morgan and the rest of Dutch Zanu crew in red dead to like you said I'm still trying to find time to place acids. Crete RC, which is a fantastic game and trying to do our jobs, and what's interesting about our jobs. Michael is on this your ticket. We talk about where of action what we really have to kind of keep in mind the back of our minds. Look we're talking about a position that requires leadership. You're asking people to be leaders of the men in, you know, in some cases, women around them to step up and lead and I'm reminded of one Colonel Joshua chamber. Who's the kernel of the twentieth? Maine arrangement that on January second eighteen sixty three found themselves at the focal point of American history. They were on little round top, which was the extreme union left. Flank the battle of Gettysburg and fern tire afternoon this little regiment. Twentieth. Man, led by one Joshua Chamberlain of bookish, professor from voting college in Maine found themselves facing onslaught after onslaught from the fifteenth, regiment, the Alabama infantry and when they were low unmet low on ammunition is bookish karnal gave the order to fix bayonets and charge back down the hill. Defend the left stream flank of the union position. They held that charge. You know, onslaught from the fifteen Alabama regiment, and for that we think of Kerr Joshua Shambo, one of our leaders of men that we acknowledge and we're gonna do this at the start of a little historical reference. Try trying to beat the people who would do this little bit. Thank you about. We start talking about quarterbacks. So as our the eagles need to do because right now, they're extremely Michael illegals need to fix bayonets into everything. They can chart back down the hill against you agrees, which is going to be a tall task. Because drew Brees has shown the ability to recall many on its hack his two thousand eighteen NFL. See absolutely, correct. And yeah, that's going to be the topic of this show today. This series is dedicated to talking about the enemy quarterbacks facing the Philadelphia Eagles. We're going to do this every week to preview these quarterbacks find out where they win where they may struggle will what they're really good at our drew Brees. There's a lot to talk about when it comes to that. So the Philadelphia Eagles enter a gain that they're fighting for their playoff wives. They're on the road against New Orleans against drew Brees who was playing absolutely lights out leading the league's highest scoring offense. You know that the chiefs get a lot of credit for their offense. But the saints are and the Rams too. But the saints are right up there with them and Marcus divide. Into it man last year first quarter the season a lot of people thought that drew Brees was cooked. And if I remember correctly, and please tell me if I'm wrong on this but shit, Sean Payton responded by raining in the offense becoming more quick strike type style and it led to an insane season. For reason, lemme really put that into context how crazy it was for breeze from a historical perspective. I went to player season finder on pro football resource. Which is a great tool along with our other awesome, tools like gameplay finder. I used literally daily. Anyway, here's what I did. I searched for single seasons. Filtered it to the following..

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"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And then it's also important in this cavenaugh situation to articulate what's on the line here. Hey, if somebody that you didn't even know came out and accused you say sexual assault. We're happy awful, right? Yeah. It'd be pretty bad. Right. I mean, that's what happened here. And and go through information only rather than just the emotions of. Yeah. You know cavenaugh? Anyway, just a little food for thought. Let's go to Archie inventories. California Archie go Ryan good to hear about your your history. And your experience tells me why Mark would trust you to do his show. Speak well of you, and I wanted to say that I listened very carefully to the. Yeah. Senator Collins is. About what happened? And even though I'm a democrat. And I'm in California. I was quite impressed by it. She laid it out very precisely. He was a very methodical sorted out a little weak, but it went on from there and build diligent showed her diligence all the time. She's been getting. Coming to a conclusion, coli interviews. He did and all all she went to. And so I found it very edifying and informative and her stock went up one hundred percent with me. I couldn't agree more. I was frankly shocked at just how detail top to bottom on every single consideration. That's part of this process. I mean, she was unbelievable and point by point by point from the nomination process. Pointing out how many organizations were going to oppose regardless of who the nominee was that one of the organizations hadn't even in the name. And they put out that they were opposing the nominee mentioned that even senators got out ahead to one of them. Even got out ahead of the name being announced when they were saying that they were opposed all the way through point by point by point why Christine Ford was not credible in terms of her allegations. Even though she did mention that she believed that ultimately, she was likely a sexual victim. No evidence whatsoever that it was brick Cavanaugh and her she could have been the top attorney in the country the way that she. She laid out the details as she found them. It was about fifty minutes. Fifty fifty five minutes her speech, and I would say that it is a must have you. If you missed it. It is definitely worth catching the entire thing. It was captivating. And again, I have never heard a Senator deliver a better speech not ever agree with absolutely everything. She said, but it was principal. It was detailed. It was well thought out and almost everything there was an arguable. I just absolutely remarkable. Susan Collins goes the dynamite. Let's go to Jim Jim in Charlotte. Welcome to the show. Brian. Thanks. Pretty much echo. What the last caller go about my respecting admirations for Senator callers increased by one hundred. I knew her vote was going to be a I was thinking of driving on the road. The only other thing bigger than what Susan Collins did today was the twentieth. Maine butter Joshua Chamberlain protected. Gettysburg on little round top cost preserving the union. So I really admire her and I'm glad she did what she did. Well, that's a pretty big moment in history. And I agree that this is one for the history books as well. By the way, how are the folks in North Carolina, do and you guys making the back. Oh, yeah. Skaters are kind of rapid and big. But. Soon as a cold weather gets in down here. I think I think they should be like diminishing how the folks over in Wilmington. Robert, charlotte. But. Area been recovering pretty good. But jacksonville. All the water receded in various. So I talked to a friend over there. Everything's everything's hits back. Hopefully. Beck normal. Appreciate your service. Thank you for listening and sharing your thoughts as well. May God bless, you know, the folks there lived in Wilmington for very short time and win saw what was going on. And her that it was an island. Pre unimaginable. Glad that folks starting to get it back together after the hurricane and North Carolina. All right. Let's go to Jake Jacobson, California. Welcome to the show. Yeah. I was. To your point about looking up Susan forward..

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"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

08:56 min | 2 years ago

"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Once you give up your credibility. Why is anybody going to listen to you? For that reason operate with aks operate with information. He just operate with opinions independent of the facts and the information somebody who is otherwise open to that information. They're just going to view you as someone who is highly political trying to can communicate your emotion rather than principle because typically what you'll find for those that are truly persuadable is that they are analytical, and that they genuinely are inquisitive looking for more information, and by the way. This is a lot of people, but I find that commonly. They're the millennials for number of reasons, and it starts with the economy. A lot of folks have given up on the Montiel generation, which by the way, the youngest are closing in on being legal to drink. The youngest one's oldest one's like thirty five thirty six now. I have not blamed along because win was at that. They came of age they came of age and the great recession. Right. So here they went through the education establishment. They were fed a Bill of whatever the education establishment feeds them. And then they come out and the economy's terrible. And they weren't able to get up. And so it made sense to them. Yeah. You know, what capitalism? This economy doesn't work we need change Obama probably made sense because hey that was what our teachers told us in here. We are and things are working. They had never seen a good economy. Never seen a good economy. We finally have it right now is one of the most important windows of time. We have to really good opportunities to reach people, especially younger adults that now do have opportunities. Three point seven percent unemployment. Are you kidding me? Right. They're getting the wage growth. The bonuses. It's all happening. And it's important to tell them how we got here. And then it's also important in this Cavanaugh situation to articulate what's on the line here. Hey, if somebody that you didn't even know came out and accused you say sexual assault. We're happy awful, right? Yeah. Pretty bad. Right. I mean, that's what happened here in go through information only rather than just the emotions of. Yeah. You know, cavenaugh anyway, just a little food for thought. Let's go to Archie inventories. California Archie go Ryan. It's it's good to hear about your your history. And your experience tells me why Mark would trust you to do his show speak well of you, and I wanted to say that I listened very carefully to the Susan Collins Senator Collins is dissertation about what happened. And even though I'm a democrat. And I'm in California. I was quite impressed by it. She laid it out very precisely. He was a very methodical sorted out a little weak, but it went on from there and built she was diligent showed her delegates all of the time. She's been getting coming to her. Conclusion Foley interviews he did. And all all the meeting. She went to. And so I found it very edifying and informative and her stock went up one hundred percent with me. I couldn't agree more. I was frankly shocked at just Hal detail top to bottom on every single consideration. That's part of this process. I mean, she was unbelievable and point by point by point from the nomination process. Pointing out how many organizations were going to oppose regardless of who the nominee was that one of the organizations hadn't even the name. And they put out that they were opposing the nominee mentioned that even senators got out ahead. One of them. Even got out ahead of the name being announced when they were saying that they were opposed all the way through point by point by point why Christine Ford was not credible in terms of her allegations. Even though she did mention that she believed that ultimately, she was likely a sexual assault victim. No evidence whatsoever that it was brick Cavanaugh and her she could have been the top attorney in the country the way that she. She laid out the details as she found them. It was about fifty minutes. Fifty fifty five minutes her speech, and I would say that it is a must you? If you missed it. It is definitely worth catching the entire thing. It was captivating. And again, I have never heard a Senator deliver a better speech not ever agree with absolutely everything. She said, but it was principal. It was detailed. It was well thought out and almost everything there was an arguable. I just absolutely remarkable. Susan Collins, boom goes the dynamite. Let's go to Jim Jim in Charlotte or come to the show. Brian. Thanks. Pretty much echo. What the last caller go about my respective admirations. For Senator Collins, this increased by one hundred fold after listening sort of. For about ten minutes into that. I knew her vote was going to be a I was thinking of driving down the road. The only other thing bigger than what Susan causes. Did today was when the twentieth vein Joshua Chamberlain protected. Gettysburg on little round top cuss preserving the union. So I really admire her and I'm glad she did what she did. Well, that's a pretty big moment in history. And I I agree that this is one for the history books as well. By the way, how are the folks in North Carolina, do and you guys making the back. Oh, yeah. Skaters are kind of rapid and big. But of the cold weather gets in down here. I think I think they should be diminishing a little bit. How the folks over in Wilmington. Charlotte. But. Stationed over that area. Pretty good recovering pretty good. But jacksonville. Real those areas all the waters receded in various so talked to a friend over there. Everything's back. Hopefully. Beck normal. Appreciate your service. Thank you for listening and sharing your thoughts as well. May God bless, you know, the folks there I lived in Wilmington for very short time and win saw what was going on and heard that it was an island. Pre unimaginable. Glad that folks starting to get it back together after the hurricane in North Carolina. All right. Let's go to Jake Jacobson, California. Welcome to the show. Hey, yeah. I was I was agreeing to your point about look it up to them forward. And as far as allegations are concerned, but I had a little different take on not so much to go after her, but to go after anybody in the future. That might think that they can pick people up to putting up false allegations and not have to pay a price. Correct. I think that's the single most important thing. The reason why I'm not willing to just give a pass even though Kavanagh's going to clear this thing because he's always going to have this stain that he's going to have to deal with there's a certain percentage of the population. That's not insignificant, but is going to believe the allegation regardless and it's not okay to perjure yourself. These are principles. And again, you know, if we're going to deal with the rule of law. We're going to deal with the premise that should be addressed. And we know because of politics were not gonna see these Senate Judiciary committee pursue her for perjury at conduct the investigation that would be necessary to travel down that path. But it doesn't mean that it should go unchecked. What she did was absolutely wrong. Because again, when you say, I'm one hundred percent certain that brick Cavanaugh sexually assaulted me. And you have none of your none of your witness. Would now the witnesses period that corroborate any of that information. That's a problem that's not acceptable in this country. Appreciate you, you listening and checking in coming up, I will continue the conversation and also share some of my final thoughts on brick cabin on this situation as we get ready for the vote now under a day away will be approximately five o'clock eastern time tomorrow because once again, this whole process has been much bigger than brick avenue on the supreme court. It's become about all of us. We'll talk about it next time Brian Mudd in for the great one. Mm-hmm. Dust pollen dirt we spend most.

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"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:13 min | 2 years ago

"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on WTVN

"Go through information rather than just the emotions of. Yeah. You know cavenaugh? Anyway, just a little food for thought. Let's go to Archie and Ventura California Archie go Ryan, it's it's good to hear about your your history. And your experience tells me why Mark would trust you to do his show speaks well of you. And I wanted to say that I listened very carefully to the Susan Collins Senator Collins is dissertation about what happened. And even though I'm a democrat. And I'm in California. I was quite impressed by it. She laid it out very precisely. He was a very methodical sorted out a little weak, but it went on from there and built she was village. She showed her diligence all of the time. She spent getting coming to a conclusion, slowly interviews he did and all all the meeting. She went to. And so I found it very applying and informative and her stock went up one hundred percent with me. I couldn't agree more. I was frankly shocked at just how detailed top to bottom on every single consideration. That's part of this process. I mean, she was unbelievable and point by point by point from the nomination process. Pointing out how many organizations were going to oppose regardless of who the nominee was that one of the organizations hadn't even in the name. And they put out that they were opposing the nominee mentioned that even senators got out ahead to one of them. Even got out ahead of the name being announced when they were saying that they were opposed all the way through point by point by point why Christine Ford was not credible in terms of her allegations. Even though she did mention that she believed that ultimately, she was likely a sexual assault victim. No evidence whatsoever that it was brick Cavanaugh and her she could have been the top attorney in the country the way that she. She laid out the details as she found them. It was about fifty minutes. Fifty fifty five minutes her speech, and I would say that it is a must have you. If you missed it. It is definitely worth catching the entire thing. It was captivating. And again, I have never heard Senator deliver a better speech. Not ever. I didn't agree with absolutely everything. She said, but it was principal. It was detailed. It was well thought out and almost everything there was an arguable. I just absolutely remarkable. Susan Collins, boom goes the dynamite. Go to Jim Jim in Charlotte or come to the show. Hey, brian. Thanks. That's one of the pretty much echo with the last caller go about my respecting marisha, callers, and this increased by one hundred fold after listening sort of about ten minutes center that I knew her vote was going to be a I was thinking of driving on the road. The only other thing bigger than what Susan Collins did today was where the twentieth Maine under Joshua Chamberlain protected. The Gettysburg on little round top cost preserving the union. So I really admire her and I'm glad she did what you did. Well, that's a pretty big moment in history. And I agree that this is one for the history books as well. By the way, how are the folks in North Carolina, do and you guys making the back. Oh, yeah. Skaters are kind of rapid and big. But sort of cold weather gets in down here. I think I think they should be like diminishing hell the folks over in Wilmington. Robert, charlotte. Fishing area. Pretty good recovering pretty good. But jacksonville. Those areas all the waters receded in various. So I talked to a friend over there. Everything's back. Hopefully. Normal. Appreciate your service. Thank you for listening and sharing your thoughts as well. May God bless, you know, the folks there lived in Wilmington for a very short time and win saw what was going on and heard that it was an island. Pre unimaginable. Glad that folks starting to get it back together after the hurricane and North Carolina. All right. Let's go to shake Jason, California. Welcome to the show. Yeah. I was I was agreeing to your point about look it up SUV and Ford and as far as allegations because -cerned, but I had a little different take on not so much to go after her, but to go after anybody in the future. That might think that they can fit people up to putting up false allegations and not have to pay a price. Correct. I think that's the single most important thing. The reason why I'm not willing to just give a pass even though Kavanagh's going to clear this thing because he's always going to have this stain that he's going to have to deal with there's a certain percentage of the population. That's not insignificant, but is going to believe the allegation regardless and it's not okay to perjure yourself. These are principles. And again, you know, if we're going to deal with the rule of law. We're going to deal with the premise that should be addressed. And we know because of politics were not going to see these Senate Judiciary committee pursue her for perjury conduct. The investigation that would be necessary to travel down that path. But it doesn't mean that it should go unchecked. What she did was absolutely wrong. Because again, when you say you, I'm one hundred percent certain that brick Cavanaugh sexually assaulted me. And you have none of your none of your witness. Would now the witnesses period that corroborate any of that information. That's a problem that's not acceptable in this country. Appreciate you. You're listening and checking in coming up. I will continue the conversation and also share some of my final thoughts on brick cabinet on this situation as we get ready for the vote now under a day away will be approximately five o'clock eastern time tomorrow because once again, this whole process has been much bigger than brick cabin on the supreme court. It's become about all of us. We'll talk about it next time.

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"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"We are and things are working. They had never seen a good economy. Never seen a good economy. We finally have it right now is one of the most important windows of time. We have to really good opportunities to reach people, especially younger adults that now do have opportunities. Three point seven percent unemployment. Are you kidding me? Right. They're getting the wage growth. The bonuses. It's all happening. And it's important to tell them how we got here. And then it's also important in this cavenaugh situation to articulate what's on the line here. Hey, if somebody that you didn't even know came out and accused you say sexual assault without be awful. Right. Yeah. Be pretty bad. Right. I mean, that's what happened here in go through information rather than just the emotions of. Yeah. You know cavenaugh? Anyway, just a little food for thought. Let's go to Archie inventories. California Archie go Ryan. It's it's good to hear about your your history. And in your experience that tells me why Mark would trust you to do his show speaks well of you. And I wanted to say that I listened to very carefully to the Susan Collins Senator Collins is dissertation about what happened. And even though I'm a democrat. And I'm in California. I was quite impressed by it. She laid it out very precisely. He was a very methodical a little weak. But it went on from there and built she was diligent. She showed her diligence all of the time. She's spent getting coming to a conclusion, slowly interviews, he did and all all the meetings. She went to and so I found it very edifying and informative and her stock went up one hundred percent with me. I couldn't agree more. I was frankly shocked at just how detail top to bottom on every single consideration. That's part of this process. I mean, she was unbelievable and point by point by point from the nomination process. Pointing out how many organizations were going to oppose regardless of who the nominee was that one of the organizations hadn't even the name. And they put out that they were opposing the nominee mentioned that even senators got out ahead. One of them. Even got out ahead of the name being announced when they were saying that they were opposed all the way through point by point by point why Christine Ford was not credible in terms of her ellegation 's even though she did mention that she believed that ultimately, she was likely a sexual assault victim. No evidence whatsoever that it was brick Cavanaugh and her she could have been the top turning the country the way that. She laid out the details as she found them. It was about fifty minutes. Fifty fifty five minutes her speech, and I would say that it is a must. If you missed it. It is definitely worth catching the entire thing. It was captivating. And again, I have never heard a Senator deliver a better speech not ever agree with absolutely everything. She said, but it was principal. It was detailed. It was well thought out and almost everything there was an arguable. I just absolutely remarkable. Susan Collins, boom goes the dynamite. Go to Jim Jim in Charlotte. Welcome to the show. Brian. Thanks. So that's one of the pretty much echo with the last caller, go about my respecting marisha for Senator callers, this increased by one hundred fold after listening. For about ten minutes into that. I knew her vote was going to be a I was thinking of driving on the road. The only other thing bigger than what Susan Collins did today was the twentieth. Maine under Joshua Chamberlain protected. What? Little round top cost preserving the union. So I really admire her and I'm glad she did what you did. Well, that's a pretty big moment in history. And I I agree that this is one for the history books as well. By the way, how are the folks in North Carolina, do and you guys making the back. Oh, yeah. Skaters are kind of rapid and big. But soon as the cold weather gets in down here. I think. I think it should be like diminishing a little bit. How the folks over in Wilmington. Robert, charlotte. But. Fishing area. Pretty good recovering pretty good. But jacksonville. Various all the waters receded in various, so friend who. A friend over there. Back. Hopefully Beck normal. Appreciate your service. Thank you for listening and sharing your thoughts as well..

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"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Younger adults that now do have opportunities. Three point seven percent unemployment. Are you kidding me? Right. They're getting the wage growth. The bonuses. It's all happening. And it's important to tell them how we got here. And then it's also important in this cavenaugh situation to articulate what's on the line here. Hey, if somebody that you didn't even know came out and accused you say sexual assault without the awful, right? Yeah. It'd be pretty bad. Right. I mean, that's what happened here. And and go through information rather than just the emotions of. Yeah. You know cavenaugh? Anyway, just a little food for thought. Let's go to Archie inventory. Calfornia Archie go Ryan. It's good to hear about your your history. And your experience told me why Mark would trust you to do his show speaks well of you. And I wanted to say that I listened very carefully to the. Yeah. Senator Collins is. About what happened? And even though I'm a democrat. And I'm in California. I was quite impressed by it. She laid it out very precisely. He was a very methodical sorted out a little weak, but it went on from there and build he was diligent showed her diligence all of the time getting. Coming to her conclusion, poli interviews. He did and all all the meeting. She went to. And so I found it very edifying and informative and her stock went up one hundred percent with me. I couldn't agree more. I was frankly shocked at just how detail top to bottom on every single consideration. That's part of this process. I mean, she was unbelievable and point by point by point from the nomination process. Pointing out how many organizations were going to oppose regardless of who the nominee was that one of the organizations hadn't even filled in the name, and they put out that they were opposing the nominee mentioned that even senators got out ahead to one of them. Even got out ahead of the name being announced when they were saying that they were opposed all the way through point by point by point why Christine Ford was not credible in terms of her allegations. Even though she did mention that she believed that ultimately, she was likely a sexual assault victim. No evidence whatsoever that it was brick Cavanaugh and her I she could have been the top attorney in the country the way that. She laid out the details as she found them. It was about fifty minutes. Fifty fifty five minutes her speech, and I would say that it is a must be you. If you missed it. It is definitely worth catching the entire thing. It was captivating. And again, I have never heard a Senator deliver a better speech. Not ever. I didn't agree with absolutely everything. She said, but it was principal. It was detailed. It was well thought out and almost everything there was an arguable. I just absolutely remarkable. Susan Collins goes the dynamite. Go to Jim Jim in Charlotte. Welcome to the show. Brian. Thanks. Pretty much echo with the last caller go about my respecting heard marisha for Senator callers increased by one hundred. About center that I knew her vote was going to be a I was thinking of driving on the road. The only other thing bigger than what Susan Collins did today was where the twentieth Maine Joshua Chamberlain protected. Gettysburg on little round top cost preserving the union. So I really admire her and I'm glad she did what you did. Well, that's a pretty big moment in history. And I I agree that this is one for the history books as well. By the way, how are the folks in North Carolina, do and you guys making the back. Oh, yeah. Skaters are kind of rapid and big, but sort of cold weather gets in down here. I think should be like diminishing a little bit. How the folks over in Wilmington. Robert. But. In the Marine Corps area been pretty good recovering. Pretty good. But jacksonville. All the water waters receded in various, so I talked to a friend over there. Everything's back. Hopefully. Totally. Appreciate your service. Thank you for listening and sharing your thoughts as well. May God bless, you know, the folks there lived in Wilmington for a very short time and win saw what was going on and heard that it was an island. Pre unimaginable. Glad that folks starting to get back together after the hurricane and North Carolina. All right. Let's go to Jake Jacobson, California. Welcome to the show. Yeah. I was agreeing to your point about look it up Susan forward. And as far as allegations are concerned. But I had a little different take on not so much to go after her, but to go after anybody in the future. That might think that they can fit people up to putting up false allegations and not have to pay a price. Correct. I think that's the single most important thing. The reason why I'm not willing to just give a pass even though Kavanagh's going to clear this thing because he's always going to have this team that he's going to have to deal with there's a certain percentage of the population. That's not insignificant that is going to believe the allegation regardless and it's not okay to perjure yourself. These are principles. And again, you know, if we're going to deal with the rule of law. We're going to deal with the premise that should be addressed. And we know because of politics were not going to see these Senate Judiciary committee pursue her for perjury conduct. The investigation that would be necessary to travel down that path. But it doesn't mean that it should go unchecked. What she did was absolutely wrong. Because again, when you say you, I'm one hundred percents that break Cavanaugh sexually assaulted me. And you have none of your none of your witness. Were none the witnesses period that corroborate any of that information. I mean, that's a problem that's not acceptable in this country. Appreciate you. You're listening and checking in coming up, I will continue the conversation and also share some of my final thoughts on brick having on this situation as we get ready for the vote now under a day away will be approximately five o'clock eastern time tomorrow because.

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"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on KGO 810

"American dream or at least the immigrant dream want likes wrong vincent he intercepts a message this time coming from or warn that little round top is in peril and work he's message takes his regiment one hundred and forty s new york pellmell up the side of little round top doesn't even give them a chance to load or form for action but throws them right into action again right on the neck of time just at the moment to prevent the on charging texans of hood's division from curling around the flank of rent jensen's brigade and destroying it smacks right under the repels the texans and once again little round top is saved right at the last moment and stephen we'd one moore who died that day who is he was commander of a regiment that belong to stephen weed's brigade we'd brought the other regiments of his brigade up after o'rourke and it's when we brings that brigade up there to stand along with strong vincent's brigade that finally little round top is about as secure as it's going to be that day that's what puts the icing on the union hold of little round top and once again these are people who are acting very much from their own hook and they're responding to the situation as it's unfolding in front of them and in this case they just making one right decision after another that allen tells the story of weed and has latour friends and when the when we struck down has slid is said to bend over my hope i have this the correct and while bending over we'd to catch his last words he struck by a bullet and and is so he and strong vincent will die five days later from his wound a rock dies immediately and these names all need to be mentioned along with joshua chamberlain on on little round top but now we go to the crisis of the second day i'm speaking with alan gals the book has gettysburg the last invasion on john batchelor this is the john batchelor show.

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"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on KNSS

"The monarch in delano seven forty six stephen ted had a little little brain freeze their mobile we're talking about the battle of gettysburg during the civil war there was talking about the the officer from maine who led the charge a little round top name was joshua chamberlain and that is the i don't know if you all if you all watched the the ken burns civil war series did you watch that several years ago that's something you have any interesting at all civil war i didn't i didn't watch the ken burns thing but i've read a couple of books it's i was fascinated by the whole thing i was riveted i love civil war history so joshua timberland ted i finally came up with the name gordon americans should watch ken burns is amazing at that piece of work that for years in this country just incredible i mean the drama is incredible it made us as a nation i guess according to a new travel report from triple a forty six point nine million americans plan to go fifty miles or more from home how do they know that on the fourth of july how do they know that head triple eight oh no what i'm going to do they didn't ask me aaa knows everything a record record travel year highest number since they started tracking nearly twenty years ago that's what they're thinking a five percent increase from last year they're probably looking at gasoline prices and things like that as well breaking down the numbers even further around thirty nine point seven million people will be traveling by car experts say the absolute worst day to hit the road will be the day before the fireworks go off tuesday july third that would be today this is the worst travel day how about that stocks started off the tourney one know stocks started off the month on a roller coaster monday before ending the day in the green the dow was down nearly two hundred points finish higher by almost thirty six points at twenty four thousand three oh seven the nasdaq composite fifty seven seventy five sixty seven the sp five hundred up eight at twenty seven twenty six on the dow jones industrial average energy came under pressure exxon and chevron wade while walgreens microsoft golden helped to lead.

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"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on WLOB

"They need to learn it so what the u any do they started an applied management certificate in pharmacy so that in and so that's should be that's what we need to write join that's what begs the question and everybody else is kind of a pitchy but that's why we need business person in the blaine house because we need to connect employers with public policy in the employers are on the outside looking in frustrated and nobody wants to get involved because it's very bright politically you put yourself out in the public eye the attacks and everything that come at you most business people won't get involved but you haven't been attacked at all well and just go to your point here i look i realize there's been a lot of drama in the eight years of age i will agree with that but the fact of the matter is the results are there the economy has grown unemployment is down wages are growing in maine for the first time in fifteen years a lot of good things have happened because a different approach was taken i mean if you go back and you look at the history of the state and i know that's something we shouldn't do but if you do and i talked about this a lot joshua chamberlain gave a speech in eighteen sixty seven about the outmigration of youth we've been fighting this battle for one hundred and fifty one years and we've taken a government centric approach to this and it's not worked we need to go back to tried and true ways of of just creating an environment where american people can do what they do best which is dream big and take chances you mentioned that maine is filing growing i think we grew at two point nine percent sent gdp if i if i had my numbers.

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"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on WLOB

"And sit down and stop yellen each other and start work in about think about the rest of the people in the state you know your comments about outmigration of kids leaving um my thing is i'm very proud of the number of people who were belong to the organization that i spend a lot of time with a lot of them are returning they they've made up their minds they're coming back but the nadafi that affected at it at their problem and we've been facing this law i talk about it all the time joshua chamberlain gave his speech and eighteen 67 talking about the out migration of maine's youth and how we stop that and here we are hundred fifty one years later and we've still taught in it yeah i mean and again look northern main people say the paper mills drawn the shoe factories are gone what do we do there are enormous opportunities in central and northern may that are being sport and i think that they're being hampered by the lack of comprehensive broadband right and comprehensive cell phone service in my hometown of westbrook which is a neighboring city to the economic engine of maine portland right in the heart of the downtown if you anybody knows where the frog internal restaurant is in the heart of the downtown it's a dead cell phone spot up by the old brighton hospital on on what is called now brighton avenue there is a dead cell phone spot it's extraordinary to me that in two thousand eighteen we haven't found a way to deal with this and when we have these sort of lapses and coverage whether it's broadband or from a cell phone standpoint what we're doing is hampering economic activity were hampering innovation were hampering the person who lives just outside of fort can and has come up with a really cool new item that i have no idea what it is but they have the ability to market to the world but they don't have broadband that will allow them to do it and.

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"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on WLOB

"The capital and formalistic company so the greenback irs had a militia the democrats add one the republicans had one and the the governor call josh for chamberlain out of retirement and to command the state militia and protect the capital from insurrection and what in shabelle his memoirs he talked about one of the first thing he did we took the records of the state the archives that i that i guard now eight put them in the faults of the treasury we all know where that was but you know i think about that every time a handle some of those documents that we almost lost that stuff in a chamberlain hadn't done that more you're handling documents that the great joshua chamberlain actually handled personally that got inspire you just that alone is if you think about it the thing is is one of the dock as we have in our volvo is chamberlain's handwritten battlefield reported he rogue act the battles gettysburg and if you it's the dress from the from the field near gettysburg pennsylvania july six um eighteen sixty three and you know it's you just try to think about where he was when he was doing by the if if it is amazing stuff and it took about two weeks to sort out this whole thing and when it was done the the republican was seated dan davis became governor of maine and the legislature took a deep breath and they said you know we gotta do this different and so they together theories and constitutional reforms so they they settled on the word plurality that whoever gets the most votes wins the election and and that's what we've done now since eighteen eighty right so irregularly starting kind of you know those around that and uh you you've now gogo backed what majority system and that's why the court found that conflict so in the beam legislation that's now in sort of hanging in the balance to say lucky i it you've got to address that constitutionally and.

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"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on WLOB

"Election go added but that would also under the constitution be unconstitutional in november firstaid election and my correct about that because the countries that election day is that first tuesday after the monday november right so area again it would be an amendment to the we'd have to amend the constitution to even allow a what is known as a runoff in georgia and louisiana election the way that construct there so the constitution is pretty clear about this i've talked about it on the air your far more eloquent about it and what happened with joshua chamberlain back in what was that eighteen seventy eighty better learned 79 so you're followed eloquent about them another equal why we don't have through early voting by the way people call apple falati early voting if not early god early voting we have a polling station opened to week or whatever you to whatever you prescribed uh that you're actually go in a new path a ballot uh absentee validate you fill out of value put it in an envelope and then the prophet yellow either on election day or some time before four election date depending on what the law it um you know get the constitution says that tuesday's in november but the eighteenth seventy nine election and this is what got us oddly enough um and you know i think part of the thinking around rain choice voting instead of you know doing going after the constitution for a run off two that it would save money you know i don't think it as had we took discussed there's a lot of expenses into ranks resodding but that's beside the point that the eighteenth seventy nine election you know was uh was a curiosity um because under the constitutional framework of the time and we them into the constitution by the way about two hundred times since he became a state is a fascinating journey which he pipe spent a whole show talk right absolutely but under that framework um if nobody got fifty percentplusonevote burden brace for governor then the the legislature would make the final determination then and how it works at the house of representatives would narrow the field down to two candidates and in the senate with tech one now the problem was we had a freeway race it was a.

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"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on WLOB

"Legislature yes because you're elected by the body yeah i know that but i mean are they constitution required i realize the body would probably never step outside but i actually believe this language that says that it because hunter attorney general you do not have to be an attorney to be the attorney john right exactly but i i think this actual language um because i charity sure select from the body and you have to be a member of the body to be selected from the body i'm pretty sure that in the congress a mom was positive with this i'm not i'm not positive but i'm pretty positive that the speaker of the house doesn't have to be a member of the congress they can choose whomever they so so desire really so for example i mean now look i'm not a fan of him politically i do think he is a nice man for example of we had a very contentious situation in the house let's say of just fighting member well let's go back to joshua chamberlain and hunan shoot each other in the area overnight action let's say a guy like angus king step forward and said you know what to bring peace to the state i'll offer up to be the speaker of the house i couldn't happen even though because he's not a member of the body right my think in the congress that can happen i'm almost positive i'm right about the i think the language in maine is it you select from the body now uh selected as the as the leaders presiding officer i always love these one fs yeah yeah yeah noise goes a little you know it forces you think well when you voted for example and i just mentioned the attorney general does not have to be an attorney i mean that's pretty with extraordinary would behave because they cannot compensate right there you know whether it would counter thank you want some by as some legal background there's only two or maybe one state now that elects there attorney general by from the legislature there's three that do the secretary square have lieutenant governor while we do in essence we had an essence aggregates yeah senate president that's the sequence siblings donna it's not a not a possession of that was that.

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"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Votes supreme court votes on republican nominee's like clarence thomas one of those votes the authorization for the use of military force in the first gulf war one of those votes in the second war in iraq one of those votes the vote to impeach one of those votes in the house there are very few litmus test votes were you break your back politically if you vote no and for a republican to vote no on the motion to proceed is to break their back politically now mainers have been telling me all night long i might twitter feed you don't know anything about main and look i don't know much got a brotherinlaw and sisterinlaw live there a visit them i to wars island have been a joshua chamberlain's house i don't know much in i know ohio i know california and over jinya much much more but i know this i taught the republicans from maine and that that it's going to be a threeway race and they will not vote for susan collins and they may very well vote for democrats they may very well encourage that i know i will campaign against dean heller day in and day out if he votes no on the motion to proceed or against the bill day in and day out and i know brian sand of all means a lot more to him than i do but i don't think i'm going to be alot i i don't know if he's going to draw danny turkmenian as the primary opponent but i know that the voices of the movement the base conservative not the crazies not the all right just people who believed in federalism who believe that healthcare is falling apart who understand that fourteen that assesment thing counties in the bad internet healthcare they will vote against dean heller in the primary and they will vote for.

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"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"joshua chamberlain" Discussed on WLOB

"House democrats i don't wanna follow the constitution right they were inflate the word that i'm kind of our law that goes directly against it they they sworn oath took to uphold defended jeff uh but they have no interest in it the probably haven't read it which is part of the problem i had people say to me this is clearly constitutional we said all along from day one when it made the ballot this was unconstitutional i knew the story of joshua chamberlain and what happened in the state capital then we had was funny i told the story what unlike a monday debbie and then we had mad dunlap on on wednesday and he told the exact same story which is how this all get started anybody who knows anything about lanes history maybe best part of the problem and i know we gotta go to the budget here are get all that but this is i believe that this represents what is wrong with america this specific issue because people know beyond a shadow of doubt this is wrong there is no question that this is completely unconstitutional and yet they couldn't stand up and be counted it's uh it's extraordinarily gary and and you know what the will of the people be damned because if the will of the people said the main legislature should spend should send each citizen a million dollars and that's what we voted on at the ballot box would you do it yeah well it the the other thing that is coming into things all and you can read all about that that i want to give up a website because i don't want drug traffic your but this is the part of a move and it could get something called proportional voting right um and if unique note that it you can you can look it up but it in a way to get through proportional voting that water dow a watered down the majority vote big owner fate like pact with turkey bourbon i would make it so that the democrats yet more heat than congress and the republicans get whacked and in the purple think like it was fame but it made to water down on conservative quite that though that this this is part of.

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