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"ku klux klan" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

07:44 min | 2 months ago

"ku klux klan" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"Military bases named after confederate. Generals. There was an article I read this week. There's a commission studying West Point. And several families from my church, their sons of graduate from West Point. There's a bronze bas relief of a Ku Klux Klan in a white hood and it says Ku Klux Klan. And they said, oh yeah, it was part of this trip to whatever the reason was to include that. That needs to be gone. And I'm just shocked that it's 2022, and even the mucky mugs at the top, they're like, oh, I guess it is kind of weird to name military bases after traders. You know? And they have this plaque on the campus of West Point that actually shows a hooded Ku Klux knight. Says Ku Klux, why has no one questioned this up until this moment? Right, they were fighting to tear this country apart. They were fighting so they can continue to enslave human beings. And yet we revered them and made them heroes. You know, it's kind of mind boggling. But that's also why we need to teach. Because people, you know, they're told at an early age that these guys are courageous heroes. They fought for their cause. What the cause is wrong, right? And the fact that they fought for that cause made them traitors. They shouldn't be our heroes. But people in these communities have been told that these are our heroes, they hold on to those old stories tightly because they don't know any better. Yeah. Well, the work that you and your fellow journalists do, it never ceases to be vital and important. What you're doing personally and professionally, David, I just want to thank you now that I have this opportunity because it's not a true assumption that all journalists know what they should know. Exactly. Everybody's human. And we're products of our education, our upbringing, the region of the world, the country, but when you become a journalist, there's a certain implied trust that the readers have that you've done your homework. Yeah. Okay. And I think, especially with defining courage, you have helped your peers, and I'm hoping and praying that it's going to go way beyond the journalist circles so that just Americans in general and then people in the world, they have an opportunity to experience in whatever form you end up doing this without whatever resources because this is part of the American story. And the more I'm going to big believer in this, the more specific we get about the story, the more universal the stories are. Oh yeah. And I appreciate it. And I'm really thankful I love hearing your input about it because I am trying to gauge. I'm still trying to gauge what was good about it and what was bad about it. But I think the important thing is we are going to try to get it out there and I know I'm booking a couple more dates at the JACC at the R 20 theater. Nice. It's probably either going to be on October 1st or October 8th. Oh, soon. It's soon. Because the problem of that showing was, there was only very few people from the community that were able to go because the journalists took up all the seats. But I would love to open it up to the community and whoever else would like to see it. We'd love to feel that theater up, so you can see and hear what we're talking about. And then by just practicing it in front of a live audience, I've only done it one time, and it was an experiment, right? So I want to do it more. I want to get a better feel for what works and what doesn't work. And fix it if it needs fixing. And then I'll entertain some ideas. I mean, we're getting a lot of folks who want to talk about it and see what we can do next, bringing in other places, but I do want to get it right for our community first. And I give our community an opportunity to see it. And so I'll let you know what those dates are. Oh yeah, and I will promote it here. Great. We have a big listenership here in the LA area. Wonderful. Listeners, you don't have to be Japanese American. You don't even have to be Asian American. No, this is an amazing experience. It is truly designed. You know, we call it preaching to the choir, a lot of the times we do these stories or products to give back directly to that community that would appreciate it. But that's not what this is designed for. The Japanese American community, especially here in LA knows this story. I would love for them to see it, but eventually it's designed for the people who don't know the story. A hundred percent. 100%. And then I think that's why it's important to get it out there in this way. I'm all over that. Then you'll lower my levels of frustration. Well, I'm glad you said that because I know it does kind of leave you frustrated at this country. You know, and I had somebody else tell me, at the end of it, I didn't know how to feel. I was distraught and sad. I had been crying, but I was also angry at my own country, but at the same time I was super proud that I was Japanese American. And I'm like, well, I think maybe I missed the mark a little bit and only that. I want to uplift you at the end. I want you to feel empowered. I want you to be proud of your country, but also proud of the fact that it's up to you to help put this country on a right path. You know, George Takei talks about this a lot. And interviewing him is interesting because his father had a different perspective because being a Japanese immigrant. He always said democracy is so important. But it's one of the hardest forms of government because you have to participate. It's not a lazy man's government. It's not a lazy man's form of politics. We all have to participate and take part in manage it. And if we don't, then bad things happen. And this is part of George Takei's message and I learned a lot from that. And I think it's he's so spot on about that. And that is, when you see this, then you have to accept your responsibility as American. And fix things. Yeah, yeah. Well, this couldn't come at a more perfect time with what's going on in the world, especially what's going on in our country with the midterms coming up. All of that. So interesting, you're talking about history, World War II, and yet the lessons still need to be learned. Oh yeah. And apply. This is relevant to today, for sure. You know, and part of the design of this is the Asian hate that's been going on in our community and our society for the last couple of years. And this is just another form of Asian hate. Chinese exclusion in the 1870s was Asian hate in a Japanese American internment and what happened to the four four two was Asian hate and then we're dealing with it again. So it rises up over and over and over the forever foreign you never going to be considered American. You could be fourth, 5th, 6th generation American, the Caucasian person who's throwing prejudice your way may be second generation American. You are probably 5th generation American, yet you are less American than that person who's ridiculing you or throwing hit your way. And so that's what's part of the message here, is this Asian hate that's still in our streets today, has been around for centuries. And unless we do something about it and gain a better understanding of our history, then it's going to remain part of our society. Yeah. We got to get rid of all scapegoats. Exactly. Once again, thank you so much for driving all the way from and not even the fact that you're an insomniac. I still can't believe that kind of schedule you folks keep in broadcast journalism, but thank you for who you are, just bringing all of that into your profession. You just ooze it. You know, whether you're emceeing something, whether I see you on my TV, I just feel the integrity, the character, the commitment, the passion for your work, it's all there. And you have a

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"ku klux klan" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

History Unplugged Podcast

05:12 min | 3 months ago

"ku klux klan" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

"Half of these attended one room schoolhouses in rural areas, larger schools were in cities, which still didn't hold as much of the population as more rural areas. By 1918, every state required students to complete elementary education. Now this push for universal education in 1920s, some of the motivation mirrors that in the 1840s. And that is hostility to immigrants and a move to try to consolidate American identity, so according to reformers, it doesn't get watered down by the wave of immigrants in their own identities and ideas. The move of the 1920s for compulsory public education was largely a move against Catholic parochial schools. And the Ku Klux Klan of all people supported the movement. When they campaigned in Oregon for a measure of compulsory education, they circulated a tract that pictured a grinning, torch wielding Catholic bishop, triumphantly departing from a burning public schoolhouse whose teacher rang the bell one last time is he laid dying, mourned by the children. In the 1920s, with large scale immigration, particularly from Catholic countries like Italy, there was a worry that these children would be shuttled off into Catholic private parochial schools, get their own education, forge their own identity, and attack the Protestant identity of America that many people held to. American blue Bloods, many of them have Protestant background, realized that not everyone was Protestant, but they wanted a Protestant cultural consensus. The Bible that was used in American schools, they wanted the King James Bible, which was the Protestant Bible, not the Catholic Bible. And if there was universal compulsory public education that was publicly funded, this would strengthen public schools and poor immigrant children would go there, rather than go to the private Catholic schools, it would remain on the margins. In other reformers fought to make sure that Catholic schools wouldn't receive public funds. Really doing whatever they could to make sure that the Catholic Church and the papacy didn't meddle in the affairs of the United States. The 1947 Supreme Court decision Everson versus board of education, which affirmed the legal doctrine of separation of church and state, applied its state and government levels and wasn't just a federal issue. Some scholars argue that this was motivated by anti Catholic feelings. In some progressives in the 20th century, said that Catholic parochial education was like racial segregation.

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"ku klux klan" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

History Unplugged Podcast

04:54 min | 3 months ago

"ku klux klan" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

"On his trip to Prussia was reprinted numerous times, sometimes private individuals, and other times by legislatures. Several editions were issued in England. Finally, things came to a head in 1852. When man supported the decision to adopt the Prussian education system. After Massachusetts adopted the system, the governor of New York set up the same method in 12 different New York schools on a trial basis. So man was ecstatic. He saw that children would learn how to read and write and no arithmetic, but it would also build their moral character. It would instill values such as obedience to authority, promptness and attendance, and organizing the time according to a bell, which would help students prepare for future employment in places like a factory. The question is, did he turn schools from places of learning into a training ground for a factory in the industrial age? Okay, so we're schools of this time period really set up like a factory. Was that the intention of the people who reformed education like man? And is this a fair criticism that we have of modern day schools that there's still model on the blueprints of a poor house for children you would see out of a Charles Dickens novel. Those who say yes include Joel rose, who writes in the Atlantic. He notes that, as part of man's reforms, in every American classroom, you would have groups of 28 students of roughly the same age, caught by one teacher, usually in an 800 ft² room. This has been the dominant archetype of education ever since. Man thought that large groups of students flooring together would blur the divisions among religious groups and establish a more egalitarian society. In his blueprint became the foundation of our national system of education. In his vision also made sense for the industrial age in which he lived. That's because the factory line was the simplest and most efficient way to scale production in general. And in the same way, a factory model classroom was also the most sensible way to rapidly scale a system of schools. Factories didn't care about personalization, they cared about being able to produce 100,000 or 1 million or 10 million of something in the exact same way as fastly and as cheaply as possible. The same thing

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"ku klux klan" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

History Unplugged Podcast

04:41 min | 3 months ago

"ku klux klan" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

"Public should no longer remain ignorant, that such education should be paid for controlled and sustained by an interested public. That this education will be best provided in schools that embrace children from a variety of backgrounds, whether Catholic or Protestant or whatever, that this education should be non sectarian, not focused on one denomination of Christianity. That this education must be taught by discipline of a free society, and that education should be provided by well trained professional teachers. You want a better quip schoolhouses, longer school years, education to last until as soon as we're 16 years old and a wider curriculum. And it should be noted that he saw the benefits of education, not just on the individual level, but to create an educated society. And here's what I mean by that. A complaint back then about providing taxes for schools was by parents who sent their children to private schools or maybe they just didn't want their child to be educated because they wanted them to be a farm hand. And they would argue, why should I pay taxes for a school that my child doesn't benefit by? And this is an argument today for parents that and their children to private schools or homeschool them. They'll say, I'm double paint, my property taxes are going towards schools that my children are not a part of. Well, what man and other reformers would argue is that you're not only paying for your child to be educated, your pain to live in an educated society. Your pain for the fact that if you start a business, you can be reasonably sure that any worker that comes to you is going to be able to read and write. With very few exceptions, you can count on this. If you didn't live in an educated society, you can not count on this and you would have to radically change the type of work that you would make available to anyone who came off the street. If education wasn't universal and you wanted people who could read and write in your workforce,

"ku klux klan" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

History Unplugged Podcast

05:28 min | 3 months ago

"ku klux klan" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

"It could mean that you go to a church where a pastor or a learned member of the congregation leads you through the catechism, teaches you the alphabet and how to at least slowly decipher the scripture. And it might not be anything more than that. Maybe it could, but there was no standardization. But it was the Lutheran Church, not the German state that ran the schools. With this approach to education going on in Europe, it shouldn't be a surprise that a similar approach happened in America in the colonies. This is the same time period as the calvinist Puritans are setting up the puritan colonies of Massachusetts bay. Outside of New England, the rule of the day was mostly voluntary parental education and private education, but the Puritans who founded the Massachusetts bay colony wanted to adopt the calvinist plan for compulsory education in order to solidify calvinism. In 1642, the colony enacted a compulsory literacy law for all children. 5 years later, the colony followed up this law with the establishment of a system of public schools. In 1690, beginning in 1690, children in Massachusetts learned to read from the New England primer, known as the little Bible of New England and included a set of short rhymes to help children learn the alphabet with things like in Adam's fall for a, we sent all and ending with zakia C did climb the tree his lord to see. The primer included the ten commandments, awards prayer, the apostles creed, and other lessons designed to instill in children, basic puritan theology. As we can see, major change was sweeping through Europe and the United States when it came to education. One thing that did not change from the Middle Ages up until the 16 and 1700s was the extreme level of punishment for students. The sadistic behavior of schoolmasters continued onward after the late Middle Ages. One master in Germany kept records of the punishments he gave out in his 51 years of teaching. His list included 911,527 blows with a rod, a 124,000 ten blows with a cane in 20,989 taps with a ruler, a 136,715 blows with the hand, 10,235 blows to the mouth, 7905 boxes on the ear, and over 1 million blows on the head. So this is the type of thing that horseman had in mind when he wanted to get rid of Corporal punishment. John Bernard, an 18th century Massachusetts minister, wrote in his autobiography, approvingly of how he as a child was beaten by a schoolmaster because of his desire to play, he was beaten because of this when he failed to learn, and even when his classmates failed to learn. He was a talented student and put in charge of helping others learn, and when they failed to recite a lesson properly, he was beaten for that. His only complaint was that one classmate deliberately messed up in order to see him beaten. And he resolved that problem by giving his classmate in turn a good drubbing when the school day was over.

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"ku klux klan" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

History Unplugged Podcast

05:08 min | 3 months ago

"ku klux klan" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

"Different things to different people. Before the reformation, instruction was carried out privately and church schools and universities and private schools and guild schools were occupational training. For Martin Luther, he said that Salvation depended on each person's own reading of the scripture. But that meant that you had to be able to read scripture and not be dependent on a cleric's interpretation that could be biased toward the Catholic Church or some other institution. Martin Luther urged German rulers to establish public schools. He said this in a letter in 1524, and also encourage compulsory attendance, and he did this on the basis of a military analogy. He said, dear rulers, I maintain that the civil authorities are under obligation to compel the people to send their children to school. The government can compel such citizens as are fit for military service, the bear spear and rifle to mount ramparts, perform other material duties and time of war, how much more has it a right to compel the people to send their children to school because in this case we are warring with the devil, whose object it is secretly to exhaust our cities and principalities of their strong men. The German state of gotha was inspired by Luther and founded a school in 1524 and one in thuringia in 1527. Other schools were set up in towns and regions. Some of them had compulsory attendance systems, again, under Lutheran influence. Detailed records were kept and fines were levied on. The Saxon and Württemberg systems fizzled out over time, but they formed the foundation of the schools in Prussia later in the 19th century. The purpose of these schools was, again, to provide a religious education, and the government didn't see an opposition to this. The government rulers were lutherans, and they also saw religion as a tool of political power. As I said other times in the podcast, this was known as the age of confessionalization. Where religion and politics meet together. And that's happened throughout the ancient world, but it was different in the 16th century, where Christianity fractures in a sense. Each of the surviving religious groups identified itself with a succinct statement of belief called a confession. Lutherans had the Augsburg confession that was advanced in 1530. The calvinist they had many different confessions, such as the heidelberg catechism of 1563, Franklin's, they had the 39 articles adapted in 1563 and a baptist had their own catechism, Catholics had the degrees in canons of the council of Trent, promulgated by popes after 1563. These confessions went way outside the doors of a church. They were used to control the belief of government employees, clergymen, and teachers. It helped states a consolidate their power against their neighbors and against other institutions like the Holy Roman Empire or the papacy. So that's why this is called the age of confessionalization, where governments use the tools of religious identity in order to consolidate their power. Your loyal

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"ku klux klan" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

History Unplugged Podcast

03:22 min | 3 months ago

"ku klux klan" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

"The earliest forms of literacy, let's take the sumerians as an example, had select schools where the sons and daughters of royalty and some aristocrats could learn writing. But when we talk about education in the ancient world, it's really similar to America before public school in existed. You would have tutors, you'd have some schools for the wealthy, but there was no universal curriculum. Education was ad hoc, it wasn't standardized, and typically centered around a few important books for the ancient Greeks you might focus on the Odyssey and the Iliad, but the Jewish people you would focus on the Old Testament and later the talmud for Christians you would focus on the Bible for Muslims, the Quran, so there were a few books that were touchstones of a particular culture or religion, but nothing like a standardized education. One factor that was fairly universal was Corporal punishment. If you look at the Middle Ages, masters and lords would have no qualms about physically beating a child. In one document from the 14th or 15th century, a French count advised that Noel's huntsmen should choose a boy servant as young as 7 or 8 and that this boy should be beaten until he has a proper dread of failing to carry out his master's orders. The document listed all the chores of the boy would need to perform daily and noted that he would sleep in a loft above the hounds at night in order to attend to the dog's needs. In the age of industrialization, the labor of children moves from fields to crowded, dirty, factories, or underground in coal mines. In England, or children were commonly farmed out to factories where they were treated as slaves. Many thousands died each year due to starvation, disease, exhaustion, and nothing in the way of occupational safety standards. There weren't laws mitigating child labor in England until the 19th century. In 1883, new legislation forbade textile manufacturers from employing children under the age of 9 and the maximum number of weekly hours was limited to 48 for ten to 12 year olds.

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"ku klux klan" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

History Unplugged Podcast

05:13 min | 3 months ago

"ku klux klan" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

"You had to make sure that people internalized certain principles in regards to which activities they did were natural, what was expected of them in the future and what they could do as a group. So even in their private manners, they were performing the values of the dominant class. This is the value of the panopticon of the sense that someone is being watched. The public is less likely to break the law if it always thinks it's being watched. So this is why Foucault said that public executions, these occasional symbolic movements of power went away. They were only good for a moment, and instead you have a prison system where guards are always walking around, there's a timetable that's always followed, their cameras everywhere, because it can change the psychology of a person, much more effectively than just brief occasional symbolic movements like an execution. Okay, so that's the idea of disciplining. And that leads to criticisms of the modern day education system, and I'll just mention a few of these criticisms before I get into the actual history of education, to see if the history matches up with the criticisms that people have about it today. And if the history of education actually shows that there was an agenda to create this system of discipline, like Michel Foucault talks about. U.S. secretary of education Ernie Duncan said in 2010 that our K12 system largely still adheres to the century old industrial age factory model of education. A century ago, maybe it made sense to adopt seat time requirements for graduation and pay teachers based on their educational credentials and seniority. Educators were right to fear the large class sizes that prevailed in many schools. But the factory model of education is the wrong model for the 21st century. Perhaps the best known argument against the factory model of education comes from Alvin Toffler, who is the author of the 1970 book future shock that argues people simply can't keep up with all the advancements in technology and absorb them. He decried the industrial era school like this. Best education was the ingenious machine constructed by industrialism to produce the kind of adults it needed. The problem was inordinately complex. How to pre adapt children for a new world. A

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"ku klux klan" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

History Unplugged Podcast

04:13 min | 3 months ago

"ku klux klan" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

"First question was, what kind of house was on the blackboard? Then the names of other kinds of houses were given. The materials of which the houses are built were mentioned. Stone brick wood, the different kinds of wood, nails, and where they were made, lime and once it came, et cetera. When the teacher touched upon points with which a children were supposed to be acquainted, he asked questions. In this, as well as in all other schools, a complete answer was always required. For instance, if a teacher asks, what are houses made of? He does not accept the answer of wood, or of stone, he requires a full, complete answer, as a house may be made of wood. The answer must always contain an intelligible proposition without reference to the words of the questions it completed. This secures from the beginning, precision and the expression of ideas, and if, as many philosophers suppose, the intellect could never carry forward its processes of argument or investigation to any great extent, without using language as its instrument, then these children in their primary lessons are not only led to exercise the intellect, but the instrument is put into their hands by which its operations are facilitated. When the hour had expired, I do not believe there was a child in the room who knew or thought that his playtime had come. The reason man was so astounded, partly for the organization of the lesson and how he could see that children were learning according to the most recent methods of how people can acquire information of using the 5 senses, was that he contrasted it with how terrible the American system was where there was constant rote drilling and students had to do what he thought was a useless task under fear of punishment. Everything was always done with one thing at a time. You know the American system where a teacher holds a book or a card before a student and forces him to parrot an empty string of phrases or words and provided he doesn't mess up and get whipped, then he goes back to his seat to sit still and look out vacantly. Man said, if the child is bright, the time which passes during this lesson is the only part of the day when he does not think. Not a single faculty of the mind is occupied except that of imitating sounds. And even the number of these imitations amounts only to 26. Idiot could do the same thing. For the child who stands most like a post is most approved, nay, he is revoked if he does not stand like a post. In this episode, I'm going to be talking about the history of education in the United States and indirectly how it developed in Europe.

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"ku klux klan" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

History Unplugged Podcast

04:33 min | 3 months ago

"ku klux klan" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

"To make this dream a reality. Other people wanted universal education in the United States for much darker reasons. The know nothing party in the 1850s feared the influx of Irish Catholic immigrants and thought they'd bring their papist ideas to the young republic. They figured that compulsory education could break these European children of their Catholic ways and prevent them from going to Catholic schools and transform them into patriotic Americans. The Ku Klux Klan in the 1920s also supported universal education because they too wanted to prevent the spread of Catholic schools. This episode is from the vault and it explores the origins of compulsory education from the Protestant reformation and how it was used as a weapon and the religious arms race of 16th century Europe, precious role as the first nation with the universal schooling, how America adopted compulsory K12 education, whether or not it's true that American schools in the 1800s were set up like factories and basically training students to become factory workers upon graduation, and many other topics. Hope you enjoyed this episode. In the 1840s, Horace Mann was on a crusade to improve American education. He wrote a report in the journal he started the common school journal in April 15th, 1844. And he was describing a trip he had recently taken to Europe. He went to England, Ireland, Prussia, one of the states in the yet to be unified Germany, looking for the best at Europe had to offer in terms of education. He saw positives and negatives of each place he visited, but he was absolutely astounded at what he saw in Prussia. In his report, he contrasted everything he saw positive in Prussia. Against the American educational system, which at that time was boarding schools and private tutors for the wealthy, one room schoolhouses, for those below them socially, and then for the rest of society, whatever bits and pieces of education their parents, their bosses or anyone else would give them. In America, Corporal punishment was definitely the rule of the day. And that's why man was so astounded that Prussia that didn't use it. Not only did they not use Corporal punishment, but children actually seemed to be able to enjoy their education. He was shocked to see a school where children were divided in groups of 18 to 20 and according to their age, not children of different ages crammed into one room. He described something that would be familiar to us today, but above all, he noted that the method that was used impression education actually made education enjoyable and you didn't constantly have to threaten students to learn. Here's how he described it.

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University of Virginia School Paper's Woke Editorial

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

University of Virginia School Paper's Woke Editorial

"University of Virginia school paper. The cavalier. Serving the university community since 1890. So of course it's awoke left wing rake sheet. And they are now calling for, listen to this. We reject how the university's physical environment. One that glorifies racists slaveholders and eugenicists, with statues and buildings named in their honor, upholds an enduring culture of white supremacy. There is a reason why Charlottesville's local Ku Klux Klan chapter hosted its inauguration ceremony at Jefferson's monthly cello tomb.

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Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger Promoted the Negro Project

Mark Levin

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger Promoted the Negro Project

"Did she promote birth control Yes But you also advanced a project called the Negro project And she wrote in her biography about speaking to a Ku Klux Klan group Advocated for eugenics approach to breeding for quote the gradual suppression elimination and eventual extinction Of defective stocks those human weeds This was her Which threatened the blooming of the finest flowers of American civilization And on the letter in 1939 to doctor C J gamble the founder of Planned Parenthood Sanger urged him to get over his reluctance to hire a full-time Negro physician as the colored negroes can get closer to their own members and more or less lay their cards on the table which means they're ignorant superstitions and doubt

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President Biden Responds to SCOTUS Leak

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:53 min | 7 months ago

President Biden Responds to SCOTUS Leak

"Let's go to Joe Biden, cut number 5 in The White House. Change the law saying that children who are LGBTQ can't be in classrooms with other children. Is that legit under the way that the decisions are written? What are the next things that are going to be attacked? Because this mega crowd is really the most extreme political organization that's existed in American history. In recent American history. Let's just unpack that. First of all, put aside the Ku Klux Klan, put aside the Nazi sympathizers, put aside the John birch society, put aside antifa, put aside the January 6 protester, the maga kraut. In reference to the Supreme Court decision by 5 justices, three of whom were nominated by president Trump, all of whom were distinguished jurists long before president Trump came down the escalator as candidate Trump. And of course, the chief justice and clarence Thomas had been on the court for a very long time in justice Alito was a George Bush appointee as well. W Bush appointee. And I'd be sure that that HW Bush, let me George W. Bush appointee. And I'm just here to he came up after Harriet Meyers with withdrawn. So it's cheap justice Roberts than justice Alito. I'm just sure to tell you, the uniter in chief, that's just not true. This is such an over the top comment that, again, it's like the Pope saying NATO is responsible for invading Russia. Maga is the most extreme. And by the way, LGBTQ children, I understand some children so identify, I also understand that no teacher in America would ever separate them and they also understand that that would fail rational basis review. It is the reddest of herrings I have ever heard. It's the stupidest thing I've actually ever heard Joe Biden say.

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Remember How Ralph Northam Described Abortion

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 7 months ago

Remember How Ralph Northam Described Abortion

"You know I wonder remind you two of this had to Jim We don't want to leave former either black place back blackface or Ku Klux Klan wearing a governor of Virginia Ralph northam out of this He was asked to explain Remember this back in 2019 They're infanticide Bill as well Maybe he was on a radio station and the tragic part about this whole thing is when conservatives are asked to explain conservatism and they do it well we do better When liberals are asked to explain liberalism and explain it well they do worse Here is a pretty elaborate detailed explanation of the left's infanticide build that Ralph northam the former governor of Virginia This is real This happened many of you remember it some of you don't Where he was asked on the radio station to explain what it looks like to engage in infanticide and call it an abortion bill and he did And a national backlash ensued because some people for the first time heard what abortion really is Remember this check this out If a mother is in labor I can tell you exactly what would happen The infant would be delivered The infant would be kept comfortable The infant would be resuscitated if that's what the mother and the family desired And then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mothers Wait what That was blackface Ku Klux Klan guy That was discussing what abortion really is The infant would be kept comfortable until they decide what to do what do you mean what to do What to do he had a kill it or not That's what he said What you think he's saying is exactly what he said That was the governor of Virginia

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"ku klux klan" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:10 min | 9 months ago

"ku klux klan" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"You. At least Hispanics are like, what? What my ranch? What? My house. What? So what you really have is these, let's call them Ivy League dancers. Who are running the progressives who are shaping the whole approach of the Democratic Party and they're losing Hispanics and droves. And so they come up with their solution to it. The rise of the white nationalist Hispanics and I'm like, wow, I'd like to meet some of these white nationalist panics. First of all, where are they? I mean, our Hispanics, these days, like acceptable in the Ku Klux Klan are like the skinheads recruiting his family. Let's get some Hispanics. We need boys panics. Yeah, so obviously this whole thing is laughable, but when you scream through the article, you basically find that the whole article is built on two examples. Nick Fuentes. So Nick Fuentes apparently is half Mexican American. One of his parents is Mexican American and of course Nick's Fuentes is I would call him, I mean, this guy to me is an exhibitionist. I'm not even sure he believes half the stuff he says, he's obviously a Bader, and he's obviously playing a game for attention. But okay, so he's the he's the first white nationalist Hispanic. And the other is the Cuban American Enrique tarrio, the guy who's head of the Proud Boys, but of course the presumption there is that the Proud Boys is a racist organization when the Proud Boys as on presence signifies. No, it's not a racist organization, it's got a whole different thing. We don't even need to get into right now, but the point I'm trying to make is that this hardly proves that of the millions of Hispanics. The millions who are basically now saying, you know, we're not really at home in the Democratic Party, we might have habitually thought we were, but we're really not. We don't like these people. We don't like how they talk. We don't like how they treat us. Quite frankly, we don't want to go the way of the blacks. We don't want the government dependency. We don't want broken families. We don't want the kind of misery that then brings in an army of social workers to look after us. Sorry, we're not on board. And so since the Hispanics are checking out the Democratic Party, the Democratic Party figures, let's just turn around and call them names..

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The Elect at Princeton University Decide That Ballet Is Racist

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:19 min | 10 months ago

The Elect at Princeton University Decide That Ballet Is Racist

"Ballet is rooted in white supremacy and perfectionism. We are all entering this space with a mindset that what we see as perfect is a white standard. There you go Blackstone half standards of perfectionism. There you go. You wouldn't know if I told you, is this written by the Princeton ballet company or is it written by members of the Ku Klux Klan? It's really something, isn't it? So your kids are not only given an inferior education, taught to obey experts and not think for themselves. Come out hating the United States. They also come out with pure racist views. Unlearning that will be difficult, but rewarding before we begin detailing our action plan, we want to acknowledge that our leadership and those whose composed this plan are all white. This is a new thing from the educated morons of our society. Given by teachers who are a disgrace to their profession, from kindergarten through college through university, graduate school, in most cases, not all.

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University of Utah Probes Claim of KKK Recruiting on Campus

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:03 min | 11 months ago

University of Utah Probes Claim of KKK Recruiting on Campus

"At the university of Utah. Over the Ku Klux Klan recruiting on campus. I don't think the Ku Klux Klan has enough members to even send out recruiters. So if I just heard about this now and there is zero proof. It was a lie that the KKK was recruiting at the university of Utah. We have lies about white racism on an almost weekly basis. We have lies about it on an hourly basis, but I mean, specific examples like this one, and they all turn out to be false. Their hoaxes, I wrote a whole article on race hoaxes, race hoaxes is one of the proofs of how little racism there is. If there was real racism nobody would need to have a hoax, correct.

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Michael Anton: This Regime Has Concluded It Will Not Make Any Compromises

The Dan Bongino Show

02:01 min | 11 months ago

Michael Anton: This Regime Has Concluded It Will Not Make Any Compromises

"But I'm getting concerned I mean we have this new domestic terrorism unit Notice with the founding of the unit they talk about these and we're worried about this at this massive growth and white supremacists and all this stuff As if this threats around every corner And there used to be kind of a check on this stuff and it was the ACLU types who went back in the day decades ago were principled that they would defend it literally the Ku Klux Klan I mean we used to have groups like Rage Against the Machine These pop culture groups They are the machine now Michael I mean you got Neil Young who didn't have a tour called the free speech tour once calling for Joe Hogan to be censored on Spotify It seems like the overlap of the spheres where we at least believe in dialog is now gone and now that that emergency breaks gone I'm a little concerned where this is going to go Well I'm very concerned I think what has happened is the people in power the regime as I call it has concluded that it's not going to make any compromises It's not going to meet red America halfway a quarter of the way a third of the way Any part of the way It's going to keep doing what it's doing in consolidating its power and reaping the rewards and essentially leaching the heartland dry through outsourcing financialization and opioids and all of these other policies And it knows that as it does this it's making red America deplorables et cetera More and more upset angry and desperate and the only way to deal with it in the regime's point of view that anger desperation and so on this is just cracked down hard You can't treat a people's a 100 million However many of them there are A 100 million a 150 million people like this in perpetuity and not expect some kind of angry backlash So they want the message prepped upfront that when and if the angry backlash comes in whatever form however small however however apparently justified it's not justified It's insurrection and Civil War know your place shut down shut up and sit down and whatever power we use against you will be

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"ku klux klan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:17 min | 11 months ago

"ku klux klan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"So what if the purpose of this psyop from the left Was to get impressionable Americans to believe something that's categorically untrue and to turn public opinion against things that are built into the American gene code And some of the things built into the American gene code were I say were because they're not anymore We're respect for people's God given rights A revulsion towards censorship and most certainly a revulsion Towards any kind of political targeting See the left needs those tools though Censorship and political targeting They need them That's where the psyop comes in Make people believe there's some kind of impending Civil War The rights marshaling up in there 100,000 person militia Getting ready to storm American cities tomorrow And then when you get people scared using your fear porn campaigns maybe these people then I'll say my gosh my neighbor maybe here's a problem we should censor them They're so dangerous Keep them off the Internet You see the purpose now of the fact checkers and the cat lady type people in the Soros funded groups trying to censor any conservative content out there get it kicked off these platforms They've been successful in some cases because they've gotten a large swath of America to believe that there's a massive Civil War brewing being started by the right which is such a ridiculous absurdity You wonder how people with IQs and the triple digits fall for this immense stupidity I'm going to go into this in a lot of depth during today's show especially during the remainder of this hour I have some audio for you some supercuts of how they do it trying to paint this as insurrectionists Pay this as these violent domestic terrorists and how the breaking down Of those obstacles America used to have like one thing we'll never will never sponsor censorship here if we're on the left No the ACLU used to defend defended the Ku Klux Klan at one point Think about that They said wow those ideas are pretty disgusting but we are so concerned But the diminution of free speech and free speech rates in this country are willing to defend abhorrent speech like that and they did it anyway Those days are over folks These groups these so called civil liberty groups with air quotes a civil liberties groups are all in right now on anti civil liberties removing civil liberties from people Coming up next I'll talk more about this piece about the Civil War psyop the left psychological operation What we can do to beat it and showing you audio proving that it's them they're the ones doing this while simultaneously trying to flip the script and blame us I'm pagino I'll be right back It's a new year and not much has changed Houses are selling in a week interest rates are still crazy low Our government is still borrowing money Sorry Printing money 5 trillion in new money to be exact You might have noticed that all of this doesn't add up It's like those plates spinning on top of those sticks when they stop it all comes crashing down right You need to keep your cash safe Not crashing down using precious metals is a well proven way to do this.

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"ku klux klan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"ku klux klan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"And goes into a bar at 17 If somebody has a knife it's a good evidence if somebody used to beat up their significant other Is that good evidence too That they're quite capable of killing another person Is that good evidence too It's a good evidence that Jacobson was a violent felon and rapist multiple counts of domestic violence huber multiple counts of domestic violence Is that good evidence too And what was the third one whose name escapes me and thank God it does What was he doing illegally possessing a piston As it turns out he was illegally possessing a pistol whereas rittenhouse was not illegally possessing an AR-15 What about that Jacob Blake's uncle Go ahead You know his ideology They talk about harming African Americans They talk about harming minorities and they need to talk about harming African Americans or minorities Why are you saying that Jacob Blaine's uncle About Kyle rittenhouse Why are you saying that There is no evidence introduced saying such a thing you know Kyle rittenhouse has a civil action Against Jacob Blake's uncle I don't think he'll do that but he does Because now they're out character assassinating the man Go ahead Are you telling us why you got a free ride There's bad money was raised by the proud boy The Ku Klux Klan The Nazis the skinheads Are they plug up in this courtroom Do we know the history of this judge Bail money was raised by the Ku Klux Klan the neo Nazis and on and on and on Do we know this judge Was he on somebody's payroll too Go ahead Good racist These people come out to us for many years We know that people are Kenosha have been racist as hell The entire population of Kenosha has been racist as hell So you see ladies and gentlemen everything that took place in the court of law doesn't matter To Jacob Blake's uncle but Jacob Blake's uncle Is just a mouthpiece for the American media that believe exactly the same thing The rule of law No No Go ahead Well that's it Well there you have it I'll be right back.

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Lenin Commanded Party Members to Exploit Race in America to Further the Communist Cause

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Lenin Commanded Party Members to Exploit Race in America to Further the Communist Cause

"So why do you think that people pushing things like the sixty nineteen project have such an animus against america that they would distort that and make it sound as though slavery was invented by white people four hundred years ago which we know it was not right well lennon in one thousand nine hundred nineteen nineteen twenty when the communist party was first being established here in new york city gave specific orders to party members to exploit the issue of race and of course that was a a sore point a weak point in american society. We did have jim crow We did have the ku klux klan. We did have discrimination but ever since then that has been the point. The weak point that has been exploited to cause strife and division which is how the communists have attained power across the globe. And so if you want to change this country if you want to change it from a republican form of government system of free enterprise and if you believe that socialism or communism is the way to go then you cast doubt on the validity of this government and this economic

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Rep. Elise Stefanik Calls for Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Resignation and Immediate Arrest

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Rep. Elise Stefanik Calls for Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Resignation and Immediate Arrest

"At least phonic new yorkers calling for andrew cuomo to be arrested go get them now. Put the handcuffs on him. Don't know how realistic that is. He ain't going anywhere he's gonna pull. The ralph north enlisted that matter sexually harass a bunch of women put on black face and where some ku klux klan robes. When you're a democrat a democrat means never having to say you're sorry you don't have to move you don't have to leave your just just. Hey look at cove. Ed that was that was part of andrew. Cuomo's bazaar defense. Yesterday after the bombshell announcement that happened during our show yesterday the attorney general tissue james announced the findings of an extensive exhaustive investigation. All kinds of people many many women accusing cuomo they say credibly of inappropriately touching him so he brought out a slide show. I'm not kidding you and the slide show shed. It's not just women. I'm just kind of a groping. Old man i liked to grow people. I touch people. I kiss people to. I am at must be an italian thing. I'm not kidding. Cuomo released a video statement after the new york attorney. General announced the findings that he broke the law. This is this is break now you know. We're we're tiptoeing around this. Because the governor of new york violating the law is another way to say. You've broken the law. When you break the law you get arrested. I'm not sure at least phonic is wrong.

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The Life of Florynce Kennedy

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:46 min | 1 year ago

The Life of Florynce Kennedy

"Florence rey kennedy or flow was born on february eleventh nineteen sixteen in kansas city missouri to wiley zella kennedy while he made his living as a pullman porter and leader started taxi. Company the kennedy family experienced poverty during the great depression and racism from the local ku klux klan after a house in a majority white neighborhood but flow nevertheless described her childhood as an incredibly happy one. Her parents were exceptionally supportive of their daughters flow. Once said my parents gave us a fantastic sense of security and were by the time the big. It's got around to telling us that we were nobody. We already knew. Somebody flow was an excellent student and graduated at the top of her class after high school. She and her sisters opened a hat shop together. In kansas city flow also started getting involved in local political protests. She helped organize a boycott against a local coca cola. Bottler who refused to hire black delivery drivers in nineteen forty two flows. Mothers ella died of cancer afterwards flow and her sister. Grace moved to new york city and rented an apartment together in harlem in nineteen forty. Four flu started at columbia university or she majored in pre law after graduation flow applied to columbia law school but was denied admission. According to the dean of the law. School the denial was a result of flow being a woman not because she was black flow wasn't buying it and threatened to sue at which point the admissions board changed. Its mind she was one of only eight women and the only black woman in her law school class

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"ku klux klan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"ku klux klan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Are. Seriously go to that history dot com is where I found and just look up the history. Of the Ku Klux Klan. See who they were, or Terrorist organization Democrat terrorist organization. That was founded. In order to Basically keep they wanted blacks remain enslaved. So you had white Republicans. And black Republicans. That we're being hunted down. And killed. By the KKK. It was a matter of freedom. Republicans get branded as I don't. I don't know where how this happened. They talk about the big switch, which I'll get into shortly. I think it's always good to have just a refresher on this, but it's crazy. The Republican Party. The party that was formed to stop the spread of slavery and polygamy, by the way. The party that opposed the Kansas Nebraska Act, an act that was created to spread the institution of slavery. The party that elected the first Republican president, Abraham Lincoln, who in 18 60 63 signed the Emancipation Proclamation to free all slaves. And, by the way, Republicans. I'll just tell you straight out one of the dumbest things you've done. And this is proof positive. Why? Even if you have Republicans in office, you need Republican leaders. When they went along with this Juneteenth nonsense to celebrate perpetual victimhood of blacks. Justus and I Completely asinine. Now..

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Biden Tulsa Speech Lacks Context, Omitting Democrat Congressman Who Were KKK Members

The Dan Bongino Show

01:43 min | 1 year ago

Biden Tulsa Speech Lacks Context, Omitting Democrat Congressman Who Were KKK Members

"Quote the speech, Biden There were 37 members of the House of Representatives who are open members of the Ku Klux Klan. Interesting. Biden said that at the Tulsa speech, what he failed to tell you is they were mostly Democrats. Where the fact checkers on you know the fact checkers once we've discussing we've been discussing throughout the show. The opinion checkers also noticed the sensors, the Communists, the fascists, right, the fact checker. You know what they do They go out where the fact checkers every time a conservative says something about this is missing context. This is missing context. Where's the missing context on that? Right there. A bunch of members of the House of Representatives the past who are members of the Ku Klux Klan? Yeah, dude, they were Democrats. They were Debs. Democrats. Demon rats? Yeah, that's what they were. He left that part out. Left that part out. Kind of important context, isn't it? Considering Biden's a Democrat, too. It's also interesting for those listening it Describe the Fox nation is a live video feed of my show here you could see on video does he at home the honorary Honor the great Rush Limbaugh. The paper flip a celebrity did that There's a photo here. I'm looking at you looking at home, too. If you watch the video there, check that out. Put a little Sharpie line around the face. It's a photo of Joe Biden. What's he doing there? Yes. What is he doing in this photo? C SPAN two photo screenshot. Speaking and eulogizing someone at a funeral. Whose funeral is that? Jim, Look, this guy for me. I've never heard him Senator Robert Byrd, is that the same guy who was in the Ku Klux Klan?

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America Has Been Brought Down to Size

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:54 min | 1 year ago

America Has Been Brought Down to Size

"In four short months the united states of america has been brought down to size and it is up to you and i to continue to fight for those freedoms that have all ready and i want to make sure you hear that word that have all ready been provided for us. That have all ready. Been given to us by the blood of our dead heroes. We have already conquered racism by enlarge. In the united states of america we pass the thirteenth fourteenth the fifteenth amendment. We had over twenty blacks during the reconstruction era that were voted into the republican party against the against the desire of the democrat. Kkk party as white ku klux klan. Men in a democrat party fought to keep them out of congress and to intimidate both blacks and whites. We've already our soldiers. Six hundred thousand soldiers during the civil war dead dead all of these spice that the left are trying to pretend exists today. They don't exist. They are they are in the fig. I want to say the figment of their imagination. But it's a bunch of people who have meaningless lives that are desperate for meaning trying to divide and trying to destroy us and we can't let them do it. How did you honor the legacy of the dead. You fight back against these left wing radicals that are telling you. This is not the greatest country that god has ever given man.

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"ku klux klan" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

12:10 min | 1 year ago

"ku klux klan" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Mrs Simic, Mississippi Democratic Congressman Bennie Thompson today filed a lawsuit against Donald Trump. His personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, and too far right wing groups, the oath keepers and the proud boys for last month's deadly insurrection at the Capitol. The suit, filed by the end of the P and a private law firm alleges the group conspired on and before January 6th to incite a crowd to March on the Capitol and try to prevent the Senate and the House from certifying the presidential election results. It cites incendiary comments Trump and Rudy Giuliani made in the weeks leading up to the riot, and on the day of it. It also cites a reconstruction era law known as the Ku Klux Klan Act. Everything's Kristina understand reports. Three days after the Senate acquitted Donald Trump of inciting a deadly insurrection at the U. S. Capitol, a Mississippi Democrat, has filed suit against him with similar charges and new ones. The 32 page filing accuses Trump his lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, and too far right groups, the oath keepers and proud boys. Of conspiring to prevent Congress from certifying the results of the presidential election that Trump lost to Joe Biden. Here's representative Bennie Thompson, the Democratic chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee and plaintiff in the lawsuit. I thought looking at the impeachment process. And the fact that the Senate had an opportunity. To convict Donald Trump for inciting this effort on numbers of Congress. And when they failed to do so, I am privileged to partner with N Double A. C P Toe have my day in court so that the perpetrators off putting members of Congress at risk. Can be held accountable and I look forward to having my day in court, Thompson says. During the siege, he was ushered to a room for a safety but ended up in packed quarters with massless members of Congress, two of whom later tested positive for covert 19, which the 72 year old lawmaker says also put his safety at risk. Lawsuit traces the drawn out effort by Trump and Giuliani to cast doubt on the election results. Even though some 60 courts across the country and state elections officials repeatedly rejected their baseless allegations of fraud. Still, the suit alleges the men portrayed the election is stolen while Trump endorsed rather than discouraged threats of violence from his angry supporters in the weeks leading up to the January 6th Capitol attack, Unlike the impeachment charges against Trump, this lawsuit is against Trump, acting as an individual not in his official capacity is then president. The suit also cites a reconstruction era law called the Ku Klux Klan Act just of sellers is a partner and co counsel for Cohen Milstein Sellers, a private law firm and co counsel with the N double A. C P in the lawsuit. Klux Klan Act prohibits people such as the defendants here from engaging in a conspiracy to attempt to prevent or to prevent members of Congress and other federal officials. For their use of violence, intimidation or threats from discharging their official responsibilities as the Congress was charged with doing on January 6th. At the time it was enacted, was intended to protect members of Congress who were from the southern states attempting to participate in the reunited National Congress after the Civil war. And there were threatened by groups like the Ku Klux Klan, and unfortunately, we are again at needing to invoke the same statute. This isn't the first suit charging Trump with violating the Ku Klux Klan Act, the N double A. C P filed suit after the elections, charging Trump and the Republican National Committee with violating the Voting Rights Act. Then later, the Ku Klux Klan Act for challenging voting results in predominantly black cities like Atlanta, Georgia and Philadelphia. Jeanette Wallace is general counsel for the deep, She says The new lawsuit is a continuation of the organization's work to protect voting rights of African Americans. Or so often targets of voter suppression efforts by engaging in a violent conspiracy that prevented Congressman Bennie Thompson and his colleagues. I'm doing their jobs and fulfilling their constitutional duty to ratify the presidential election results. Donald Trump. Rudolph Giuliani, the Pride Boys and the oath Keepers once again try to disenfranchise African American voters by not having the election results certified. The suit also makes new allegations that Trump delayed his incendiary speech at the Save America Rally. Quote in order to give the proud boys time to breach Capitol security defenses, unquote The suit alleges. This shows coordination. It also notes the proud boys were ordered to not where the recognizable yellow and black attire they're associated with, but instead to wear all black so they would be seen as members of antifa, the leftist anti fascists whose adherents have largely stood up to the all right after Trump's election, emboldened such far right groups I'm Christina. Honest Ed Reporting for KPFK. A Trump advisor Jason Miller said in a statement today that the former president did not organize the rally that preceded the attack on the Capitol or conspired to incite any of the violence there on January 6th. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said today that President Joe Biden in Wood back efforts to establish a review of the January insurrection akin to the September 11th Commission. Simon marks reports. Democrats say the commission will be modeled on the panel that investigated the Al Qaeda attacks on America. In 2000 and one it ended up delivering a 585 page report widely seen as the most definitive account of what led up to that fateful day. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says President Biden is ready to authorize The new commissions creation. It's Of course, Congress's decision to form this commission. It's certainly one the president would support on President Biden has made clear his views on the tragic events of January 6. In other news today, she indicated President Biden has no immediate plan to call for legislation to tighten America's gun control laws. He claimed on the campaign trail that he would take action on the first day of his presidency. Simon MARKS Washington In the most caustic sign yet of deepening divisions within the Republican Party, former president Trump blistered Mitch McConnell as a political hack today, days after the Senate's top Republican denounced him is the insider of the U. S. Capitol attack. Republican Party can never again be respected or strong with political leaders like Senator Mitch McConnell at its helm, Trump said in a statement released by his political action committee. He went on to write. Mitch is a dour, sullen and unsmiling political hack. And if Republican senators are going to stay with him, they will not win again. McConnell's spokesperson did not immediately return request for comment. Deeply personal attack follows McConnell speech over the weekend, saying that Trump was responsible for the deadly insurrection of the capital on January 6. But McConnell said that only after he joined other Republicans in voting against the former president's conviction during a Senate impeachment trial that accused Trump Of inciting the mob. There is no question none that President Trump is practically an morally responsible for provoking the events of the day, McConnell said on Saturday after Trump, the only president to be impeached twice was acquitted on a 57 to 43 vote. The people whose stormed this building, said McConnell. Believed they were acting on the wishes and instructions of their president. McConnell said he voted to acquit Trump because the Senate has no jurisdiction over an ex president. Even though he had rejected a push from Democrats to start the trial. When Trump was still in office, the House impeached Trump a week before he left office. Senate also voted that it did have jurisdiction for an impeachment trial. In a statement, Trump criticized McConnell for failing to doom or Back is unfounded claims of election fraud. He also said McConnell begged for his endorsement in the senator's home state of Kentucky while running for re election last year. And suggested he'd work to defeat my Connor and his Republican allies, saying he planned to back primary rivals who espouse making America great. This is a big moment for our country, Trump wrote. And queen cannot let it pass by using third rate leaders to dictate our future. The North Carolina Republican Party unanimously approved a resolution to censure Republican Senator Richard Burr over his vote to convict former president Trump on the impeachment charge of inciting an insurrection. Michael want. Lee, the State party chair, said the Central committee's decision serves, they say, symbolic gesture of the party's opposition to birds action. He spoke to CNN. What we saw coming out of the boat. On Saturday across the state of North Carolina. I talked to over hundreds of volunteers of party leaders of activists from every part of the state. On their very disappointed with the boat that we saw from Senator Byrd, particularly after he had said that the impeachment process in the Senate was unconstitutional. Burr had voted with most Republicans on an initial vote. That the process was unconstitutional. But once the Senate voted, it was constitutional procedure to proceed to trial, he said voted for conviction because Trump violated his Both of office to preserve, protect and defend the constitution of the United States. Burr responded to a century by the state Republican Party, in a statement, calling it truly a sad day for North Carolina Republicans burst said the party leadership had chosen loyalty to one man over core principles of the Republican Party. He had already announced he would not run for re election next year. Bird is not the only Republican to face repercussions. Following is Saturday vote. The Louisiana Republican Executive Committee unanimously voted later that day to censure Senator Bill Cassidy for his decision to convince Trump Pennsylvania's Republican Party is planning a meeting to potentially censure. Senator Pat Toomey over his vote to convict Trump to me, is also serving out his final term and Sylvania Republicans are trying to change the way that judges are selected and a move to try to ensure that judges in the future would be more friendly. Republican challenges to election results that this favor them. Cross the country..

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Congressman, NAACP sue Trump and Giuliani over Capitol riot

Sean Hannity

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Congressman, NAACP sue Trump and Giuliani over Capitol riot

"And adviser to former President Donald Trump, says his longtime lawyer and confident Rudy Giuliani is not representing him in legal matters at this time. They are both named in a new lawsuit over the Capitol attack. In a lawsuit filed in federal District Court in Washington, the N W. A S A P and Democratic congressman Bennie Thompson claim for president Trump Rudy Giuliani, the proud boys in the oath keepers conspired to incite the January 6 riot. And that they violated the 18 71 Ku Klux Klan Act by preventing Congress from carrying out its official duties. A Trump advisor Jason Miller says Trump is not organized or insight or conspire to incite any violent oxes Rachel Sutherland. The suit seeks unspecified damages. This is Congress plans, hearings on security issues and a non 11 style commission. To

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Dem’s lawsuit accuses Trump of inciting deadly Capitol riot in Washington, DC

All Things Considered

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Dem’s lawsuit accuses Trump of inciting deadly Capitol riot in Washington, DC

"A Democratic congressman from Mississippi has filed a civil lawsuit accusing former President Trump and his attorney, Rudy Giuliani off conspiracy to incite the January 6th. The riot at the U. S. Capitol. As NPR's Ryan Lucas reports too far right groups, the proud boys and the oath keepers are also named as defendants in the suit. Congressman Bennie Thompson is suing Trump in the others for allegedly conspiring to incite the capital Riot. Disrupt the official counting of electoral college votes. The lawsuit alleges that was a violation of the Ku Klux Klan Act, which protects against conspiracies that seek to prevent members of Congress from fulfilling their constitutional duties. Suit says that trumpet Giuliani inside of the crowd at the January 6th rally near the White House, while the proud boys and the oath keepers spearheaded the attack on the capital. Thompson had to shelter in the House gallery during the attack before being ushered to safety by security. The lawsuit is the first against Trump over the Capitol riot since the Senate acquitted him on Saturday on the impeachment charge of inciting in

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Trump and Giuliani sued by Democratic congressman over deadly Capitol riot

AP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Trump and Giuliani sued by Democratic congressman over deadly Capitol riot

"Congressman is suing Donald Trump over the ex president's role in the capital riot. Trump's Senate impeachment acquittal is expected to lead to a wave of litigation over the insurrection now that he's lost some legal protections as an ex president. House Homeland Security Committee chair Bennie Thompson suit accuses Trump of inciting the insurrection and conspiring with his lawyer and extremist groups. Keep Congress from certifying the presidential election results. Several other lawmakers are expected to join the suit, which was brought under a law known as the Ku Klux Klan Act. It bans violence or intimidation meant to keep members of Congress or other federal officials from carrying out constitutional duties.

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Democratic congressman sues Trump over role in Capitol riot

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Democratic congressman sues Trump over role in Capitol riot

"A democratic congressman is suing Donald Trump over the ex president's role in the capital right trump's Senate impeachment acquittal is expected to lead to a wave of litigation over the insurrection now that he's lost some legal protections as an ex president house homeland security committee chair Bennie Thompson suit accuses trump of inciting the insurrection and conspiring with his lawyer and extremist groups to keep Congress from certifying the presidential election results several other lawmakers are expected to join the suit which was brought under a law known as the Ku Klux Klan act it bans violence or intimidation meant to keep members of Congress or other federal officials from carrying out constitutional duties Sager made Donnie Washington

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Valparaiso University is dropping Crusader mascot

Todd Schnitt

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Valparaiso University is dropping Crusader mascot

"And nickname over its ties to hate groups. Valparaiso University Thursday announced it's dropping the team name Crusaders as well as their logo on mascot. Decision coming after a decades long debate that has intensified recently because groups like the Ku Klux Klan had begun to use these symbols and words. Faculty and student Senate's along with Val Pose Alumni Board approved resolutions to reassess the appropriateness of the Crusaders moniker. Mascots are intended to help us show our school

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"ku klux klan" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"ku klux klan" Discussed on KTOK

"All they do wake up for is how did they get that paycheck and the only way they get that paycheck if they wanna make white folks believe And by virtue of their skin color. They're oppressing the black man. And what the person who's oppressing the black man, the most. These race, pimps and every city, every big city in America who thrived over doing this. That's who's benefiting and they're crushing Black America and ask him if they care if they will tell you behind the scenes that they act as if they care behind the scenes. They don't care one way or the other. It's a paycheck. Kevin Jackson. The problems in the black community and the white community poverty are similar lack of family formation, lack of education opportunities, no job creation, social debauchery that happens in many communities and those of the policies Incentivized by the Democrat Party, and so I'm not sure of the eight or 9000 black men every year. Who killed other black men that how money or killed by the Nazis in a coup collects clan. The answer might be zero. On the other hand that those infringed upon by the policies of the liberal Democrats to control every major city. That's the issue happening there and water. Williams. God bless his soul often said that in the forties and fifties who Negro in Philadelphia Three of the four top schools in the city remain Lee African American schools, Families were intact moms and dads worked together. There was functional middle class African American jobs, a black jobs in the city of Philadelphia in every major city. But when the duck government came in and told black folks, you don't have to work the schools, they're going to stink. The de funding the police movement. Suddenly you had to blame someone for the failure of their policies. And that would be, of course, the Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan and don Lemon. CNN, which is the most watched and listened to cable news in America today, is proudly announcing a couple nights ago that if you voted for Trump You sympathize with Nazis, and nothing could be more absurd. Now sitting on lemon, Don lemon is a punch, and he's one of those people that I study. When I was first introduced to don and went on the show back in the day. Don was really more of a moderate. He was a person that would listen. What is that? Well, let me tell you what Don lemon is. I'll just be very blunt. He gets his paycheck from saying exactly that Don lemon. I can tell you does not believe a word that he says. I'm telling you may feel like he does because he was a moderate When I knew Don from my first met him. He was a reasonable, moderate guy. He would look at both sides of the issues. And once the ratings said, you better do it this way, and his check became dependent upon it. He said. What he knew was gonna get him that paycheck, and if Donald being honest, he would admit that I know I'm right about that. And that's the problem with race. Temporary is that's what these guys are about. It's about the money. None of these policies work. Everything you just described about. The black community is a problem and that's brought on by the inner cities. But let me say I don't I don't want to push it off on them. The real problem with this stuff is audiences like yours. That buy into it. They allow people to tell them that they've got some sort of privilege, but by virtue of their skin color, that is the most racist, condescending thing. You can think to a person if you would say to me, Kevin I feel so bad because I have this privilege. I was born white. I was wanted. I would literally walk up to you and say you know how to slap you. Because what you're telling me is that you look at me and you think you're better? You're not better than me. I'm brilliant. Absolutely thank you. I was probably a better athlete than you or any of your kids. There is very little. You're better at me through talking. I'm just saying, What do you talking about? You need to protect me. Most of these people that want to protect black black folks. He suburban. I'm gonna tell you suburban white women, ladies, Let me tell you something. We don't need you. You couldn't protect us. So so, you know, we just It's also for not standing up. I do it, of course, but I'm saying the white people listening to this to you guys and by the way, go to the Kevin Jackson network dot com to find out more about how to put a Defend yourself would stop letting people think you believe that the black people out there going? Oh, there's a white person. He's better than me. No black person, even in stupid ones. We'll see a white person and go. Oh, that person's better than me. That's the big ruse that's being played on America Today. Black folks don't have any fear of white people. They'll have economic fear nothing. In fact, they feel empowered. And now that bite is going to take over with his lame brain self, and he's got his black mistress on his side. They really feel empowered because the Democrats you have made him feel that way. But let me try the signs are Bill The arrest of this guy Capitol Hill. That's the Democrats signaling that you know what? We don't need the black vote. We got Dominion voting machines. We don't need you. We can fix any race We want. What's what happens. The blacks over the next four years under Biden, a couple other points is that we have seen what happens when leftist control government whether it's Atlanta. Philadelphia, New York City, Chicago, Whether it's Los Angeles, Spokane, we see exactly what happens when the liberal left his control cities for long periods of time. And that's the kind of government in Portland or Seattle. They want to bring to the United States of America and Joe Biden. God bless him 10 years ago. He may have had some mental acuity, but right now he's absent and his vacant And so if you begin by saying, you're you're Ku Klux Klan ER and you're a Nazi. The next thing has to happen is deep programming. We have to re program these individuals and so now that many Democrats in the Congress say that if you voted for Trump you need be reprogrammed and the thinking right? In other words, If you're a Nazi, you must go through a re education camp and that is being put out by the current Democratic party in Washington. How absurd is that? By the way is what Nazis do. They want to re educate. You see the difference between us and them is I know they're lame brained idiot, But I love to hear him talk. I If I had a social media network, I would say Hey, come on over guys because we love looking at you and making fun of you and having conversations about you yet when you leave, we talk about you. But even when you're here we talk about you. Come on over. Let me tell you what they did with parlor They call parlor, a conservative social media site. No, it's not. It's a freethinking social media site that it isn't my partner says. Are you a conservative or you are Republicans to go for Trump? Please check that you can you can go on the parlor and be a Democrat and start arguing with with conservatives to your heart's content, and nobody over there will cut you off. Nobody. But guess what happens on the other side where they're supposed to be free speech. Let people say what they want. They're afraid of us. They let me tell you something. As much as I like the pundits that are out there, You know the big names that the guys that because I'm no longer on Fox, I would love that. Let me have that bond. Gino's audience. Let me have it. It's seeking Crowder's audience or Rush Limbaugh's audience. And I promise you I will have these people eating out of my hand because I know I have a passion for America. And I don't I'm not gonna use blackness. I'm not gonna use the fact that you're Guatemalan midget or you're no fat black chick. Nothing's gonna stop you. Being successful in America. If you listen to the Kevin Jackson School of thought, so they don't want to let us get to those audiences. That's why they shadow band and that's why they kicked Trump off. That's why they kicked people like me offer. Don't let us grow because they don't want that message out there. Kevin Jackson. We do not need To be told by the radical left when you look at their failures in every major American city practically every blue state as to exactly how to rule government in the Red States. One concern I have is that when Californians move out, they go to Nevada, Utah that they go to Arizona. Those states largely have flipped when count when New Yorkers leave. They go to Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia and Florida. And they're flipping in the process of flipping compartment. Not flipping, man. We everybody thinks they're flipping..

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"ku klux klan" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"ku klux klan" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Um, I just want to say one thing. Um I think that we can to be So defensive when we Face fall sick accusation. Like we have to respond as if that accusation has any merit at all. And we know that they're going to say anything and do anything to silence us. So I'm just saying. We have to have Smarter, more thoughtful responses. For instance, when you were talking about the accusation that Um White supremacists and Ku Klux Klan supported Trump. Well, can they tell me for sure that there were no white supremacists and Ku Klux Klan members that voted Democratic Well and go back this. Remember Joe Biden's a guy that loved and gave the eulogy toe to Ah, former Klansman who he served with in Congress. Guarantee you write his white supremacists and clansmen. It's supported and voted for Joe Biden. They guarantee it's an example of, you know, an accusation. That we need to Have Have a more thoughtful response to it. Well, it's Susan. Remember this, though this is not they're not asking for response. They're not wanting response. They realize that all you have to do is have and put out the accusation. And it's game over. Right. You say as the media did that there was no clans that there was no white supremacist are excuse me. There was no black lives matter. Antifa are liberals that were in the insurrection, the capital. And if you ask a question, which I did, they'll shut you down his fake news. Right. There's it's faucets fake. It's a fake news story. You're not telling the truth. That's what they say. And it's incredibly frustrating when you hear this right because you're sitting there going. Oh, you kidding me? I can't hear you. I can't even ask that question. Now with you guys trying to shut me down online.

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Flyers recruiting for far-right group Proud Boys placed on cars in Ravenswood, NW of Chicago

WGN Showcase

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Flyers recruiting for far-right group Proud Boys placed on cars in Ravenswood, NW of Chicago

"Flyer's attempting to recruit the For the far right group. The proud boys replaced on cars in a North Side neighborhood Friday. Here's still be Jim Bob Cussler with more. About three dozen flyers remain wedged under windshield wipers on cars parked near Montrose and Lincoln near Lincoln Square, including at least one displaying racist imagery, evoking the Ku Klux Klan. The proud boys is designated as a hate group by the Southern poverty Law Center. 47th Ward Alderman Matt Martin said residents have informed his office of at least six blocks in the district where flyers were placed on the cars. Police are now investigating Bob Kessler, WG and news

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