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"magna carta" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

04:18 min | 3 months ago

"magna carta" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

"Will taunt mij- networks in america were until nineteen ninety seven. I ronald reagan scripted and according to patterson well most journalists may be democrat. Station is likely republican which allowed the massive growth in conservative talk. Radio radio broadcast is such as rush. Limbaugh very quickly established huge audiences and this meeting became hugely influential any hugely profitable so that we can. That's one explanation. Sort of a regulation. That was withdrawn by ronald reagan. And of course the internet then led the establishment of more and more channels. I wonder what rogan's motivation was doing that. Well he somalis that station. Iron is republican and that they would force republican programming tonight valuable. That was his his. Also that memo from the guy who founded fox news to the republican party which basically say rodger als or something like that. I remember run but he said the american public naive and just dump water filter the information that's fed through them. We need set news station to feed our narrative to them right. That sounds familiar. Not sure but yeah. It was somebody who was instrumental in setting of fox news Just decisions like that at the time. Not saying that influential. The decision of reagan's sort of make that china light turn out to be huge in its borrowed has an out of control completely. That you've got folks knees But is not the consumer voting with their feet or there is in this guy's use their brains but it's really a sign that that because he taken away that fairness doctrine if doctrinal was called because you've taken that away you've got fox. News no longer is compelled to have the other side of the argument being presented assignment. Msnbc msnbc's presenting the left-wing saw two things. I think one of the other things. You've got a generation who have grown up trusting the news service because was relatively trustworthy in what it was signed and and when the new services become extremely partisan they dine on disdain the that change and i assume they getting the sign trustworthy news that they got twenty years ago when they're getting something quite different sets tougher all the people to to sort of figure that out. I think if you gency in the newsroom the newsroom and bring these david avonex dwayne. It's very good. It's and hbo prison. It's a nice show and it starts off with his guy. That the american raymond who finally get sick of just presenting the news in inverted commas. Actually he wants to do the news properly and he's up there at northwestern at taba thing. And he's he test strips off a young girl stuff who asked. The question was america the greatest country on earth. Saying that one. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah he said it is not gives all war. He says we used to be great. We used to do this the moon but now where he shit exactly what. Everybody's standing the dollars. Yeah that's where it all starts. It's a very good program dot of sorry. That's the start of. Yeah that'd be the ending of it. Is that a series or series bring. The data speaks wake. I can't so next week. We're watching a tv series watching tv series. We're doing the podcast. We would just gonna stream it and root the comment Pulled do you think is a problem with free speech and strong universities..

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"magna carta" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"magna carta" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"In the Magna Carta. almost a thousand years ago. a little over nine hundred years ago. let me ask an honest question. when you were in high school. we talked about the Magna Carta I mean did you read the Magna Carta in class. did you understand why there was a magna Charta. the historical context of the Magna Carta I was not. when you were in school high school. when you talk about the declaration of independence that is the various iterations itis drafts of the declaration of independence and the committee that reviewed it and how it was all handled I wasn't. when you were in high school. we talked about the constitution was the electoral college explain to you. was the grand compromise explain to you. why we have a house why we've a Senate weather's not direct democracy. how the presidency came to be and they discussed the presidency and what that would look like more than any other topic was that ever discussed not in any significant way when I was in high school. did you go through the bill of rights what's that explain to why there's a bill of rights. was it explained that the states came up really with the demand for the bill of rights otherwise the constitution would not have been ratified. which state kinda came up with which bill. that is a moment that was part of the bill of rights I wasn't were you..

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"magna carta" Discussed on Embedded

Embedded

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"magna carta" Discussed on Embedded

"You can specify query whether you want an erected, which is IP four for a record, which is I p v six or any or see name record, which is an alias or text record or an IMAX record or kinds of things. In fact, one of my domain name zones. I've got the text of the Magna Carta you can store all kinds of stuff out. In fact, we've found people tunneling music through demanding I've seen experiments, where people, actually route traffic through visits. One of the things people routinely open up holes for. So you can see just by uttering ping Google. You've triggered a 'cascade of DNS queries, which may be. Spanning the world to resolve that, that, that simple question, and this just to get who is Google that you haven't even done the ping part yet. Now, I've I have essentially gone from a name to an address. And that's all I so far if you're lucky if I'm lucky you may got a scene, which is because there's a lot of aliases like a we are typically set up we have master names for our host, which are the actual things that are bound to the a and, and I record, but we have a lot of stuff aliases, like dub dub, dub dot com is actually what's called a scene, aim, which is an alias that points to one of the other names. That's useful tool for managing names is that, like, we got embedded FM dot com. That's separate. That's a separate to me. Okay. Points to the same place. If you wanna have a one record, which contains the actual address, and you have a lot of other records, which alias to it. But the aliases have to be resolved. So you can you can see that the domain name system can get really, really chatty. And if you start looking your traffic on the net you'll often find that a lot of your traffic. A surprising amount of your traffic is domain name traffic on this just to because I was too lazy to type that I p for ping dot Google dot com dot well..

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Emma Thompson talks new movie and

The Frame

09:45 min | 2 years ago

Emma Thompson talks new movie and

"Thomson she's in a movie called late night. It opens this weekend. She also took on a Hollywood titan who has fired for sexual harassment and then quickly got another job and late night. Thompson plays opposite Mindy Kaeling. She also wrote the movie Mindy Kaeling script was one of those strange things immediately, good upon first reading just great. She had a good idea. And she really knew how to bring in for you. That's a. Plus, she said, I wrote it for you. So of course, you haul things, anything God is going to be bad going to be bad, because it's not going away anytime soon being earnest and kind so luckily, I wasn't I was in a blazer with looked back here being incredibly mean most of the time journal, just had our second baby Taylor adorable. She takes to you. Thanks, so there's just a lot of expenses at home right now and I think it's time for a race. I see. This is actually very exciting to be really great because what you're describing is the most clear out example of the classic sexist argument for the advancement of men in the workplace you're asking for raise not because of any work related contribution. You've made but simply because you have a family, and that's why in the nineteen fifties family men were promoted over the women. They worked with never encountered is in such a clean teachable way. How would you describe Catharine Newbury? She is a late night host. She is successful. But maybe the future doesn't look as bright. Well, she's someone who was so driven right from a very early age. We did shoot a little bit of heart doing stand up in London. And when she was very young. And actually, we used my stand up from tally, the I did in nineteen forty five. I remember when forty six can't come on and. I remember so clearly that feeling of whenever I did stand up in my twenty s of being one of certainty. If not the only woman, then one of two amongst great load of men, who were often quite standoffish didn't clearly, expect anything view, so. Spoke to me on every level, we took that piece out because it just didn't help with the story actually in the end. But Mindy understands that, she understands what it's like to be the one who's different not only because of being a woman, but also being a person of color in a fuel the only one you're going to feel different, and that's not comfortable, a lot of the time, it just simply isn't comfortable, and we're not very honest about not. I don't think and she's only about it. She was a diversity higher. She's written about someone who was a diversity. I if that hadn't happened, maybe we wouldn't have this movie. So go, diversity reactively talked to the director of the film Nisha Ghana Tra and she talked about Catherine, as one of those women who came up in the entertainment business. When women were made to believe that other women were their adversaries, not their allies. They were sold this idea that there's only room at the table for one. And if you're here, then you better make sure nobody threatens your position here. And any other women coming up may have been seen as a threat to that position rather than adding to the workforce. And so I think what I love about this movie. Is it sort of breaks up myth? Yeah. I wonder if just women who had, I don't think of men is being enormously generous and warm, too young men, who coming up and might take their position. I think that it might be not only women but just the nature of the power structures that we have created. Do you know what I mean? Like I didn't think of, of blogs coming into writing room and everyone going. Hey, your great. You're a young thrusting blood, a guy like me. I can't wait to give you some extra airtime. I didn't think that happens with mine, iza. And I think that's a problem of power. Right. But I think there's something more to what Nisha sane. And that is that if you're a woman coming up that you are so aware of how limited the opportunities are obsolete that you start to see other women not as your peers. But as your. Arrivals, and that becomes an inch hawk sake. Talk sake. Absolutely. The, the conditions of power do not make it possible, especially for people who find it difficult to get into that position in the first place to be generous will be welcoming will be mentoring or want to help. Movie that you chose not to make. And this is the animated film luck that was at sky dance, which is David Ellison's company animation comedy, paramount and you decided not to make it because guy dance had hired John Lasseter has been fired from Pixar for the way that he treated women. And you wrote a letter that I have described on the air as the Magna Carta of the metoo movement, is one of the most beautiful eloquent, and well argued letters about this whole notion of the way women are treated the way men are forgiven that I found profound, and I hope you would share these two paragraphs with with us right now too. If a man has been touching women inappropriately for decades. Why would a woman want to work for him? If the only reason he's not touching them inappropriately now is that it says in his contract that he must behave professionally. If a man has made women his companies feel undivided and disrespected for decades. Why should the women at his new company think that any respect he shows them is anything other than an act that he's required to perform by his coach his therapist and his employment agreement. The message seems to be I am learning to feel respect for women. So please be patient, while I work on it. It's not easy. What motivated you to write it? What gave you the ability to write it. Very good questions. When I left the production, and then I wrote to Lindsey Durand about it, and in these one of the most brilliant, women, I know, said, Phil, can you talk to some women about this? I'd really be interested to know what's going on. And in fact, that letter is the work of many voices is not just my voice because those questions, very much came from those women. So the dots what's wonderful about it is that it is a collective voice, and I sent it to sky downs and didn't receive a reply, and because I showed it was quite a lot of people because of the issue, being very pressing, a lot of just as you go to publish it, and that was quite a big decision because it's just a public, but the. Vision turned out to be the right one because. Those with the questions that needed to be oft and to this date of not been onset in any way. I've had no response public or personal back from sky don's an dots very disappointing. Because they only way we're going to get anywhere with this own going issue is by talking to each other. It's not just a public thing to do its thing that potentially, and this is what has happened over the last couple of decades, that has kept women silent is they fear that they will be punished that they will be blackballed. They won't get parts that people will rise. They're absolutely really. Why were you able to I'm sixty on thought too old not to woke my own talk time is very much marching on. And because I had spoke to not before when the Weinstein thing blew up, and I've always spoken about this. I was young woman. I'm there was up -solutely, no choice really. And what was interesting to me in very touching was responses. I got from so many people male and female, who had done the same thing who would walk away and who don't have. Perhaps, don't feel as stoppage does I feel you know, I couldn't do other things. It's not going to kill my career even if sky don'ts, says, we're never going to work with you again, and we're going to tell every other animation, but I don't think that that would be possible now because the do feel that with the metoo time's up moving. There is a tipping point. But we do have to keep on, and on one of the ways in which I think we're going to have to do that. We got to talk to people before during, and after film shoots the thing, the clever thing about anybody who's going to bully. Is that they'll do it, not in front of someone who's going to say you can't do that? They'll do it in secret or in quiet or in private. And it's very difficult, for instance, for someone who's a runner, and who can be replaced in five minutes to say anything, bad about someone who will cost a lot of money to replace an all of these things. They have implications for everyone.

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Emma Thompson drops out of Skydance film after John Lasseter hire

The Frame

06:42 min | 2 years ago

Emma Thompson drops out of Skydance film after John Lasseter hire

"When David Ellison hired Pixar co founder, John Lasseter in January two head Ellison's new sky dance innovation studio. The response was swift organizations such as time's up and women in innovation. Condemned the decision and many sky, dance employees were furious. Pixar and Disney forced Lassiter out of his job as its chief creative officer last June, and that was after female employees alleged Lassiter had groped them and created a frat house like work environment where women were excluded. When Lassiter came to sky dance. The studio was in production on a movie called luck. And among its actors was Emma Thompson, but Thompson left the project soon after Lassiter's hiring, and she detailed her reasons in a letter to sky dance that was published today in the LA times, Mary McNamara's culture columnist and critic at the paper she wrote the story about Thompson's letter and she explained. How the head of sky dance address concerns about Lassiter's hiring back in January David Ellison Sunday, a really long, and it was a little like defiant, Email, basically saying we've talked to John and he understands that some things some things that he has done in the past were not appropriate. He has, you know, been addressing those issues, and it is in his contract that he must behave professionally so nobody should be worried. I mean, the the absurdity of like someone being hired at this level of, you know, oversight overseeing this huge staff, or, you know, I'm sure a lot of money and having his boss having to point out that he is contractually obligated to behave professionally is just I mean, my hair just liked went on fire. It's like they don't understand. This isn't just about the specific instances that women. Have detailed which are bad enough. I'm not saying in any way, but it's about creating an atmosphere in which women were shut out. And just the fact that he would get a job again. So quickly basically sends a message to everyone in Hollywood. Which is like this is not a big deal. You know, it's a blip in the road. So when he comes to sky dance emission the studio is already in development or production on a movie called luck. And one of the voice actors in this film as an actress by the name of Amitav, sin and Thomson recently decides that she wants no part in this movie. So what does Emma Thompson decide that she's going to do and how she's going to make her decision? Well, my understanding is that as soon as Lassiter was hired Emma Thompson contacted her representatives and started talking about I gotta get out of this film. And that she did indeed leave on January twentieth. She withdrew from the film, and then she sent a letter to sky dance explaining why she had withdrawn from the film and asking all the questions that people have been. Asking which is like how you know. Why was the staff I mean, one of the things after Lassiter's hiring? And I don't know if you heard from people at guidance, but I did off the record people were very upset women and men were upset they didn't want to have to deal with this. They didn't know what it said about their company. And so that was one of the questions she raised. It's like, well, why is John Lasseter getting a second chance when no one who's going to be working for him was asked if they wanted to give him a chance, and she and she just lists a long number of questions that his hiring had raised. And finally said she wanted to make this movie she wanted to work with the director. But she just couldn't in good conscience lend her name to it. So she writes a letter that she shares with the LA times, and you publish, and I think this letter will go on to be the Magna Carta or the declaration of independence of the metoo movement. And here's what she writes in one passage. I'm going to quote, sky, dance employees who don't wanna give him John Lasseter. A second chance have to stay and be on. Uncomfortable or lose their jobs. Shouldn't it be John Lasseter who has to lose his job? If the employee's don't wanna give him a second chance there's lots to single out on this. I think that's remarkable. What did you also notice about what Emma Thompson had to say? Well, I just thought the fact that she said that people like me have to take the stand. And if we don't nothing is going to change we can talk about it. We can have tasks force. We can have PSA's, and we should do all that. But Hollywood runs on money and star power. And until the stars that make the money the stars that make the projects run until they're willing to go. I'm not going to do this. You know, I will not work for this, man. Because I believe that this was not a good higher. I believe that this makes too many people uncomfortable that it's too dangerous for too many people. You know, David Ellison isn't taking a chance John Lasseter is not going to sexually. Him. But who knows and who's going to be the first person like, you know, everybody's on eggshells. Anyway, like who's going to be the person that if something happens it's guidance who's going to speak up because it's the women who are targeted. They're not equal to the power of the man. That's the whole point there. There are people who don't feel like they have the kind of voice now, I think that that has changed a little bit. I hope it's changed a lot. And I think that seeing someone like Emma Thomson take this kind of stand and walk away from a project that she was excited about doing sends a really great message to everyone, including her peers, this is another tool in terms of fixing Hollywood is that the people who are in these positions. These A-List people you need to do more than make statements. They need to make statements with their feet. So what happens to a project like luck? We'll somebody else come in and take it over or will the movie fall apart and a lot of people who were going to work lose their jobs. I mean, there's no real easy ending to the store. Is there? No. And that's something that she also addresses in the letter is stars do have that kind of responsibility for a project that they're you know, they are one person. But there is cast and crew and people who may be this is their first big job, and nobody wants to take that away from people. And so I'm sure it was a difficult decision. Because I don't know they haven't announced a replacement. I don't know what female actor would step in to do that. I don't know what their choices are going to be. I don't know what how the director. They've been very quiet. Nobody has been commenting. I, you know, I don't know how the director feels about it. But this was a very big deal for them. This was one of two big animation films that we're going to sort of put scions animation on the map. And this is not a good way to start.

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"magna carta" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

12:26 min | 2 years ago

"magna carta" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Mark morris. New book is King John treachery. And tearing in medieval England and the road Magna Carta us now been well. He's been driven or he's fled his empire in. What is now? France. He's fled ran. He's back in London. And there are troubles in Great Britain that have to do with the period and with the economy, and let's address that because I learned from Mark that some of the historians in the past have excused John in terms of his brutality because he inherited a bad hand. There are said to be hyper inflation making everything enormously expensive, and John must raise revenue when he must raise it quickly from barons who aren't much interested in sharing with the man who's lost his empire in France this inflationary period, you make the ironic point Mark that it hits everybody including Philip Augustus. So. So it isn't an adequate explanation for John's misgovernance. Well, I don't think so I mean, you you kind of hit the nail on the head. We talk about money because in the end this this in a way down to money Joan has lost these continental provinces. Normandy owns you. Brittany most. He's any small amount of this ancestral empire left and the crucial to emphasize that is that. They're certainly in nineteenth century history. Books even some twentieth century British history books, you can get the sense of. Well, these these were just French overseas. Territories England didn't make is part of England's manifest destiny to lose these things. And now England conquering the rest of the British Isles, and then eventually the rest of the world. So there's a sense of almost good riddance. And the time in twelve oh three when John Las these. Territories. There was absolutely no sense of this. These were territories that had been bound to England since ten sixty six in the case of Normandy. And more importantly in the case of Saint you Jones ancestors had ruled Ohio's you since the tenth century. They were counts of owns you before they would kings of England. So John has not lost some, you know, unimportant overseas dependencies, he has lost the heartland of his father and his brothers empire. And that means he feels enormous. Shame guilt. And it means that the dominant narrative of the rest of his reign and the rest of his life. Is he must get those back or costs having forsaken them and having chosen not to fight Philip Guston to over three and turned and fled. I'm retreat to doing. But he nevertheless feels he must go back. He must try and recover them. And. That means he needs to take. Vast amounts of men and material back to FRANZ again. We tend to think of the middle ages not so much nowadays perhaps because of Lord of the rings and Peter Jackson and Dallas CGI bunch. If you think of older films like lining winter, even Braveheart we tend to think of the middle aged as a fairly low budget period. And of course, you need Giannis needs is thousands. Tens of thousands of men thousands of nights and horses hundreds of ships to transport them into the hundreds of miles he needs. Siege. Engines he needs weapons of war. He needs to see them and keep them in the field for months on end. It's an endless endless shopping list. Ultimately boils down to money. There's a quote, I would sell London. If only I could find a buyer, John is of a mind to raise cash, anyway, he can and in his what you'd have to say his reforms that is his innovations of squeezing, his his the barons. He creates the conditions that will lead to Magna Carta. That's why this is the fundamental point. I read from you, Mark. The Magna Carta comes out of Johns. Desperate need for money. He could take shortcuts in all directions. There's an awful lot in microcosm of the road. To Magna Carta is reading from twelve. Oh, three on when he's back in England. And yes, you're right. If you look at McCoy Reese will come onto won't do all of it. But it's sixty three closes a lot of it's very technical. But the opening clauses, and the majority of it really is concerned with limiting the king's ability to get money by whatever means he wants because there's there are longstanding ways to raise revenue so Joan Joan does innovate in some instances. But what he's really doing? He's taking the existing system that he's inherited and pushing harder than any of his predecessors have done. So take one example inheritances? So if you are a great many medieval England, if you hold your land from the king chief when your father, let's say, you all the other the son of the Earl of Norfolk Norfolk your father dies, you would expect since time immemorial to pay a an entry fine relief. Chiefs to the king. You know, wanted to have your father's lands, and you traditionally would expect it to be about hundred or two hundred pounds something of that degree. What John starts to he's challenging people not two not three figure sums but full figure sums and in some cases, funny figure sums in order to have their inheritances. Now, if you think berry mind that started his writing Jones annual normal income is something like twenty five thousand pounds a year, and by the end of his reign, he demanding seekers of ten thousand pounds from people to have their inheritances. There's no way they ever going to be able to pay that off. But what it does is? It means they are in the king's power, and he can say to them you only this much money. If you don't come and fight with me and from start to call these debts now starting to come got Yulon's. So that's one thing. He does is he challenges vast amounts for inheritance. He sells Justice. I'm this is something that comes up in Magna Carta. Famously famous closest to thirty nine and forty Justice will not be bought sold or denied we won't buy sallow denied Justice. Well, all previous kings. It's so Justice. So you would give money to the king in order to get your case heard more quickly. But again, John starts to Justice vast sums and on a really kind of organized industrial scale. He he starts. I'm finding people quite middling people people who would perhaps be sort of you might cost him in the latest centuries of gentry people with incomes have say fifty pounds a year. He starts finding them when they're in court. Fifty a hundred pounds so very minor transgressions like trespass, oh, folks, pleading so. At every level in his government justices, his foresters. He's ministers all his officials. His sheriffs are screwing evermore money out of England in order to create in order to build the war chest that he needs in order to regain his lost provinces. And of course, ultimately that comes back to bite him because it's one thing to raise money might come on. It's one thing to raise tons and tons of cash and then gunfire successful campaign. But John at almost every stage in his career is an inept and incompetent warrior. Not only does he raise these things. He then he raises a big on me. And then when he's confronted almost without fail. He runs away. One of his name's one of his name's is soft sword man who will not fight. Now, we have another complication for John not only is he squeezing his realm in order to raise money to regain his von empire. He's also. So in direct conflict with the pope Pope Innocent the third who's no ancient figure. He's a very active pope who was always issuing interdictions that is excommunications against the lords of Europe. And John crosses him when John chooses his own archbishop of Canterbury, the old archbishop who doubted John dies in twelve o five the pope once a very well educated man who becomes famous as archbishop of Canterbury after John's death, Stephen Langton and John defies him in this defiance. Is there an empire city there that we're supposed to see Mark was John not a Christian? No, absolutely, no. In fact, I've gone to review at the moment about Jones pilot looking forward to reading just come out. But no me John is as far as we can tell is very unit. You just can't make windows into these who sows, but John is a practicing Christian, and you can see him doing all the things you'd expect Tova Christian Kane and the clocks in his chapel giving out arms, etc. They're all. Later legends that grew up after his death as one famous while until by Matthew Paris, John wanted to convert to Islam. This is just kind of blackening him after the event. No, so John is a Christian king. And the thing is the thing. He runs into this almost where you can feel some sympathy with John in twelve oaks is is if you can you want the archbishop of Canterbury to be someone who can do business with and it's quite traditional for the kings of England get their own way in choosing new archbishop Canterbury Joan being John once it becomes a fight. Joan doesn't want Langston because Langston has is. Although he's born an Englishman he has been schooled in Paris. The capital of Jones enemy, Philip Augustus. He he wanted his place in the Bishop of Norwich to be honest, bishopric Canterbury. So he doesn't want Langton. He sees the monks of Canterbury as being complicit in the pope's decision. So when he hears that him has been appointed over his head by the pope. He banishes the monks of Canterbury. He sends them into exile. He sees that lines. The pope. Reacts very badly to this and places England as you say on the instinct, which means the churches effectively on strike that can be no masters hurt by the laity, which may not both of them that much that can be no church burials in consecrated ground, which probably bought bought a great deal more. But for Joan, you know, this is just another opportunity to make money because John John's reaction to interdict is he's not bothered. He simply than says. Well, it's the churches on strike if the church isn't doing its job. I will sees the church Islam. So he has all the bishoprics all the Abbasi's all their lands. It's an enormous windfall. For a king? Who's looking to save up for war boosts, his incoming normally Busey's income say about twenty five thousand pounds at the start. He's rain by the by the time. The is that it's high. He's getting more than a hundred thousand pounds again so four or five times more than he had. So. For a time. John sees the has this is great. You know, this gives me I want where again it comes back to bite him is when the king of France stops to. Plus invasion of England. And when Jones. On subjects in England. Start to turn against him. The fact that England is under interdict and the science that ultimately Jonas personally cost out at the church personally excommunicated by these give political malcontents, and excuse a reason a justification to turn against John. Let's turn to the to the rebellions Mark because there's one more crime. That must be mentioned that is held against John. The book is King John treachery and tyranny in medieval England, the road to Magna Carta mock Morris as the author, I'm John bachelor. Balance of nature's fruits.

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"magna carta" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

09:16 min | 2 years ago

"magna carta" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"I'm John Batchelor. This John Batchelor show. Mark Morris is no book is king. John treachery and tyranny in medieval England, and this is the road to Magna Carta in twelve fifteen document that stanzas foundation for the constitution of the United States and all to my knowledge great documents here on the twenty first century. However, the road is very colorful and filled with at this point the drama of succession. There was a story that Richard the first before his death wanted Arthur not John to be his successor. John knows this or at least here's tell of it Arthur has teamed up with the king of France, Phillip Augusta's who wants all of France back at this point, he contests from Normandy all the way to the Brittany, and the Pyrenees John knows this and therefore is very keen to control in some fashion. Those who support Arthur he marries is. Bellaghy divorces in his ability Marazion Isabela that gives him a claim to central lands in France. So he's always marrying just as his grandfather and father always married to gain. More and powerful lands and allies. However, Philip Augustus knows very much that John has to be aggressive and Arthur is taunting. So over the next three years, we go back and forth, there pieces made people accuse each other. There's lots of anxiety, but John is in pursuit of Arthur any finally captures him in two thousand and twelve o two. He captures him in August of twelve thousand to to do what Mark what is John believe is a happy resolution of this contest. Well, I think that point Jones thinks he's cracked it. Because as you say what happens in eleven nine nine point rich, the Lionheart diet is there is a succession dispute, and all you gonna have John being a terrific kids owner, Richard signs. Is off. They're gonna get portion of the for is off. They're going to get the whole lot. And. This is a no doubt that he's he's a whole lot. And so they go to war in eleven nine thousand nine and by twelve hundred resolved breaks out again, the fighting as you say because of arguments that John creates by marrying his long lead. And it all comes to a head in twelve o to win all three captured. Now, that's that should be an indicate for for John. I'm ferrall because he captured his rifle, and he should just be able to lock him up and throw away the key. The difficulty for John is still has lots of supported agitating for improve refuse to lay down their weapons and continue to fight and being unable to come on. The by any other means John starts to resort to desperate measures. So the first thing we told you some of Jones henchman supporters suggest that it would be a good idea of also blinded or maimed say he couldn't produce narrow he couldn't govern. And there is a famous story that makes from the medieval chronicle that makes into Shakespeare play where the jailer who was told to maim author takes pity on him. Eventually happens is the author is killed or at least disappeared roundabout east at twelve. Oh, three politics was civilized. And you simply couldn't go around murdering people and the way you could in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries or indeed in the centuries prior to the Norman conquest and the Anglo Saxon period, they chivalrous centuries in politics. They did not do each other in so. Sorry, John to dispose of his nephew. Also by having him bumped off again, really stains, his reputation. And so you can you can see that I suppose I mean, it's one of the things I structured the booking an unusual white ended. I start the narrative in twelve o three and then flashbacks early parts of John's live. Oh, let's tell y twelve oh three. It's a siege. That Philip Augustus levels at a place called Chateau gala. Yes. On the set and river. Yes. That's the point west coast way offer dies. He dies just before that point. So twelve or is is of crucial tipping point. That's. You know, I think that just shows really how desperate Joan has become. I mean, if you think of very Bruce will people in the middle ages people like Henry, the first who's Jones, great grandfather, the son, William the conqueror. He also has a succession dispute with his own brothers. After William the conqueror has died. He eventually captures. He's older brother robot has Normandy in eleven o six. He imprisons his brother for the rest of his for the rest of the Broncos life. So the twenty five twenty six years this man spends in prison, but the the the mores of the time means that you just can't go around executing your political rivals because it's not acceptable. And that's what John does with his nephew author. So even though he's risen in arms against him. And they've been battling it out. This is John exceeding the bounds of what's politically except. Even by medieval standards, and again, this is the kind of behavior that he's gonna repeat throughout his reign catches up with him in the end does people regard him as the villain visa in life story. Just Philip gain power. When the story of the murder gets around it takes some time between the murder itself. And when Philip understands it's true and John does flea soon afterwards fleas in the middle of the night. So has this murder weakened him? And does he realize it? I don't think I think actually by the time. It gets to murdering also Normandy is already lost. Because you know, from the book Joan having held this Trump card in August twelve o two when he first catches author. The the his empire continues to crumble. So he starts to lose lose provinces in owns you. And then he's retreats to Normandy by the by Christmas twelve to the beginning of twelve o three. But because he's reliant on mercenaries. He's not really able to convince people because of his existing reputation because of his reputation for cowardice, and incompetence and cruelty and all these things that do not endear him to his subjects. He has always attended by mercenaries, and there are complaints by the stars to over three in Normandy about Jones mercenaries going around living off the land. Terrorizing people commandeering make goods, you know, abusing women folk eccentric centra. So by the time you get to the spring of twelve oh three. With Philip Augustus pushing the door ready to invade Normandy. There are lots of Norman's thinking anything would be better than this. Think it be better than John? So I don't think offers murder. Contributes greatly to the loss of Normandy. Because as you say that point even by the end of it still just a room. But what it does? I think he's for the rest of Jones rain, and this is the point where I kind of linked back to in the book, John is regarded as the kind of man who if you give your son to as a hostage he might decide to do him in. We're going with Jon now to England. Let's go to England Mark because he has trouble ahead for him. There. He retreats from Normandy. The book is king. John treachery and tyranny in medieval England, the road to Magna Carta covered with betrayal. I'm John bachelor. This is the John Batchelor show. When dad needed help getting around. I became his driver soon enough. It was up to me to be housekeeper and financial manager too. When he moved in, I became his cook. And even as nurse. The no matter what roles I play. I know I'm still his daughter. We understand the roles you play. So to help we created AARP dot org slash caregiving, where you can connect with experts and other caregivers. Visit AARP dot org slash caregiving. Brought to you by AARP and the Ad Council. Only. 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"magna carta" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"magna carta" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm John Batchelor. This John Batchelor show. Mark Morris is no book is king job treasuring tyranny in medieval England, and this is the road to Magna Carta in twelve fifteen document that stanzas foundation for the constitution of the United States and all to my knowledge great documents here in the twenty first century. However, the road is very colorful and filled with at this point the drama of succession. There was a story that Richard the first before his death wanted Arthur not John to be his successor. John knows this or at least here's telev-. It Arthur has teamed up with the king of France, Philip Augustus who wants all of France back at this point, he contests from Normandy all the way to the Brittany, and the Pyrenees John knows this and therefore is very keen to control in some fashion. Those who support Arthur he marries? Isabella he divorces in his ability Marazion Isabella that gives him a claim to central lands in France. So he's always marrying just as his grandfather and father always married to gain. More and powerful lands and allies. However, Philip Augustus knows very much that John has to be aggressive and Arthur is taunting. So over the next three years, we go back and forth, there pieces made people accused each other. There's lots of anxiety, but John is in pursuit of Arthur any finally captures him in two thousand and twelve o two. He captures him in August of twelve thousand to to do what Mark what is John believe is a happy resolution of this contest. Well, I think that point Jones cracked it. Because as you say what happens you need eleven nine nine point rich, the Lionheart diet is there is a succession dispute. Now, you're gonna have John his owner. Richard lines is off they're going to get a portion of his off. They're going to get the whole lot. And. On these as you know, is is is in no doubt. But he's he's a whole lot. And so they go to war in eleven nine nine and by twelve hundred result. It breaks out again, the fighting is you say because. Arguments that John creates by marrying is an old comes to a head in twelve o. Two win authors captured now should be an indicate for John enthrall because he should his rifle. And he should just be able to lock him up and throw away the key. But the difficulty for John is still has lots of supported agitating for improve refuse to lay down their weapons and continue to fight and being unable to come on. The by any other means John starts to resort to desperate measures. So the first thing we told you some of Jones henchman supporters suggest that it would be a good idea is also blinded on main say he couldn't produce a narrow. He couldn't goven. And there is a famous story that makes from the medieval chronicle that makes into Shakespeare play where the jailer who is told to maim all takes pity on him. Eventually happens is that all three killed or at least all three disappeared roundabout east at twelve three politics was civilized. Then you simply couldn't go around murdering and the way you could in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries or indeed in the centuries prior to the Norman conquest and the Anglo Saxon period, and they were chivalrous century in politics. They did not do each other in. So. Some of John to dispose of his nephew. Also by having him bumped off again, really stains, his reputation. And so you can you can see that I suppose I mean, it's one of the things I to the booking unusual white. And that I start the narrative in twelve eighty three and then flashbacks to the suit John's life. Let's tell y twelve oh three it's a siege. That Philip Augustus levels at a place called Chateau Golob. Yes. On the San river. Yes. That's the point way off the he dies just before that point twelve. Oh three is is a is a kind of crucial tipping point. That's you know, I think that just shows really how desperate Joan has become. I mean, if you think of even very Bruce will people in the middle ages people like Henry, the first who's Jones, great grandfather, the son, William the conqueror. He also has a succession dispute with his own brothers. After William the conqueror has died. He venture. Captures his older brother robot co host of Normandy in eleven o six he imprisons his brother for the rest of his for the rest of the brothers life. So now, the twenty five twenty six years this man spends in prison, but the the the mores of the time means you don't go around executing your political rivals because it's not acceptable. And that's what Jim does with his nephew author. So even though he's risen in arms against him. And they've been battling it out. This is John exceeding the bounds of what's politically acceptable, even by medieval standards, and again, this is the kind of behavior, but he's gonna repeat throughout his reign catches up with him in the end. Does people regard him as the villain visa in life story, Philip gain power when the story of the murder gets around it takes some time between the murder itself? And when Philip understands it's true and John does flea soon afterwards. Fleas in the middle of the night. So has this murder weakened him? And does he realize it? I don't think I think actually by the time. It gets to murdering off Normandy is already lost because you know, from the books Jones having held this Trump card in August twelve o two when he first captured off. The he's empire continues to crumble. So he starts to lose your blues. Provinces in owns you. And then he's retreats to Normandy by the by Christmas twelve to the beginning of twelve I three but because he's reliant on medicine. He's not really able to convince people because of his existing reputation because of his reputation for callous, and incompetence and cruelty and all these things do not endear him to his his subjects. He he's always attended by mercenaries and their complaints by the style to twelve I three in Normandy about Jones mercenaries going around living off the land. Terrorizing people commandeering megahertz, you know, abusing the womenfolk eccentric centra. So by the time, you get to the spring of twelve oaks three with Philip Augustus pushing the door ready to invade Normandy. There are lots of Norman's thinking anything would be better than this. Let's do you think it would be better than John? So I don't think offers murder. Contributes greatly to the loss of Normandy. Because as you say at that point, even by the end of two of the three it's still just a room. But what it does? I think he's for the rest of Jones. Right. And this is the point where I linked back to the food. John is regarded as the kind of man who if you give your son to his hostage he might decide to do him in. We're going with Jon now to England. Let's go to England Mark because he has trouble ahead for him there. He's retreats from Normandy. The book is king. John treachery and tyranny in medieval England, the road to Magna Carta covered with the trail. I'm John bachelor. This is the John Batchelor show..

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"magna carta" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"magna carta" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Rosen very snowy northern New England. Just a stone's throw from the Canadian border for those of you. Priming stones of Canadian border. It's always helps to have a hobby. Breaking news. Why don't really breaking news broken arrow so ago, Jim Acosta, a judge a judge has ordered. A Trump appointed judge has ordered the White House to return Jim Acosta's hard pass on fifth amendment due process grounds. He hasn't actually he's issued a temporary restraining order saying you come boot him out. But he said they've got a return is hard pass. He's got to count even we can get into this have you on. It's nothing to do with due process or due process. However, you said I think it sounded this due process, and then somehow the judges turned it into due process, which is quite a different thing. Anyway, it's like a lotta these times it's been perverted by a judge's to mean, something entirely different. Actually, I'll tell you. I'll I'll do a little bit on process or deep process right now, it sounded in Magna Carta as so many things did. But it said back, then it said the phrase was by the law of the land. You can't do this or that to somebody. Unless it's by the law of the land. And then. Jeering a sort of statutory recapitulation of mad Nakata during the reign of King Edward the third. This would be in the thirteen fifty four. If you're keeping score. They said no man of what state who condition he be? She'll be put out of his lands or tenements nor taken taken. That's not like Liam Neeson tubby taken. It's unlikely Nissan taken. It's that means being arrested or deprived of your liberty by the state. So no man should be put out of his lands. Tenements? No taken nor disinherited no put to death with one without he be brought said by due process of law unless the first ever use of that phrase, and that's why they put it in the fifth amendment. And it's very specific a person can be deprived of life, liberty or property all a White House press pass by you process of law. Thanks to an American judge who has taken the play meaning of that language in the fifth amendment. No person shall be deprived of life liberty property or a White House press pass entitling him to a seat in the front row to heckle the president of the United States without do press process of law. Thank you, Mr. judgy pants for that. We'll get to that later. Russia is out today. He's having his Chad Redon polled believe it's a Florida thing. The rest of us and the other forty nine states. We don't know about that. But Russia's had to be as he's at the Broward County, canvassing Palm Beach county. I didn't mean to insult him Palm Beach county canvassing board having his Chad re dimpled, but he will be back on Monday for some authentic full-strength pre-thanksgiving American as apple pie excellence in broadcasting. But in the meantime, it is the end of the week, and you know. From.

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How does the public Venmo API pose a threat for users?

Chips with Everything

04:34 min | 2 years ago

How does the public Venmo API pose a threat for users?

"Of your data that you give to them? Then do you lose your cards that tokens in this case uses can then use their challenge cards? So the challenge cards, let them know what information they can give them. What information they're trying to save? So they can. Build up this kind of immunity if we look at the digital translation, this means turning on an adblocker or switching on your privacy settings. So for the game, you could use these stickers that you'd find in the funny pack to indicate to the tracker that you've blocked certain Dada. Oh, okay. Interesting. So is that like a winner and a loser in this game? It was funny because Hong explained that the winning tracker just shot out of the gates because a lot of people didn't know the rules that much or the strategies in how to navigate this game. A lot of people didn't care about the immunities that much this particular tracker went I'll go straight to them get their information quickly, and then they can deal with the repercussions after I just find that fascinating.

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"magna carta" Discussed on Chips with Everything

Chips with Everything

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"magna carta" Discussed on Chips with Everything

"Founded by earnestly recently published what he calls the Magna Carta for the web contradicts about different parties coming together from different angles a calls on governments companies and individuals like you and me to back this contract and by doing so promised protect the rights of people on the internet and help to create a better web. We've got various principles which we feel. It's an ambitious goal. But if successful burners Lee believes it will help. The people hold the powerful that is governments and big tech to account which he believes is something we urgently need, and he's not the only one. At the end of Tober 2018, thousands of internet lovers and probably a few skeptics descended on London for the annual Mozilla festival almost fest. There were all additions games and panel discussions all aiming to generate ideas for a healthier internet. But is this achievable can we really convince those in control of strict regimes to allow their citizens freedom of the internet. I don't think any government or any political sphere would want to limit their citizens access to information if they had nothing to hide, and I think there are some things that the government would like to hide, and I think the most pressing thing right now is related to corruption money and Konami. And even if we succeeded even if every government and tech firm jumped on board and made it their mission to save the online world, can we ever convince those who have become disillusioned with the internet to trust it again. How do we teach everyone online to understand how they can use the internet and how it can use them this such a wealth of data just about you out? There are ready. And if you hear every few months about scandal that data has been hacked, I feel like it really discouraged you to even care about this topic. I'm Jordan Erika Weber and this week. We look at how to start this web revolution. This is tips with everything. Today, the US is unleashing a series of punitive measures on Iran hitting its financial sector. And of course, it's oil exports is Iran is suffering right now, a new set of sanctions imposed by the Trump administration earlier this week looks set to make that already dire economic situation even worse. So I was actually born in Canada to Iranian parents. But I grew up going back and forth between Iran Belgium, Taiwan and Canada, Masa ulema Donny is an internet researcher at Oxford internet institute, focusing on freedom of expression and access information online in Iran. She'll say works with the British human rights organization article nineteen she was at most best to speak on a panel about data in oppressive regimes I work with my name. And I'm pretty public about the things that I do. And so I'm I don't hold back and being. In critical of Iran and its policies in laws. And I think that means I've limited my ability to actually go back to your own see my family because I've made that choice because that space for freedom of expression, doesn't really exist there. My producer Danielle recently sat down with Masa in our London studio, though, she has chosen not to go back to a Ron due in part to a string of security threats. We were interested to hear more about what life is like there. Well life is pretty ordinary. If you aren't engaging in political activism, and you're not really coming up against the difference rights issues that exists there. But in terms of communication, the things I've always noticed when I had gone back to your on which I have now stopped doing for security reasons is finding the best VPN in finding the best circumvention tool. That's trending in finding ways a sneaky ways to get them. Because obviously the app store for iphone. Is blocked. And so always these challenges on hurdles to finding access to a open internet. These days when citizens want to protest they turned to the internet and social media to organize. In iran. It isn't that easy access to the internet is strictly regimented. And.

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"magna carta" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"magna carta" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Tau thirty four after the hour on the JV program were graced by the presence of Victoria, Keelan and Victoria Jones. Jennifer aback when when she's able Reggie's good and ready. Carey show them at the controls in our studio in Washington Doug Stephan with religion in the news. We were actually talking about the the way certain political things are looked upon. And how important religion is to some people in their political point of view. But this that's not where we're going here. I thought it was interesting sales breath cathedral evacuated this past week after somebody tried to smash the case of the Magna Carta police believe was attempted theft of the dog, can you? We all know what the Magna Carta is. Right. Everybody know, but the magnet card is the significance to modern principles. I guess might say anything else of the magnitude. You study when you were in school. I think that's in. Everyone's history class, right? Okay. Wow. I wonder anymore, Victoria. Honestly, what the hell is taught in school. I really do some of the things that seem to be important. We learned a lot of rubbish when I was at school, Victoria Jones. You did we all did, Victoria key care? We all learn rubbish stuff that has no impact. No. We don't need the information. But then there are things that have there's a certain. I don't know. Import to the impactful -ness of things like the Magna Carter. So this forty five year old guy was arrested on suspicion of trying to take this document. He had an offensive weapon and criminal damage charge for that as well. A was seen smashing the case of the Magna Carta with a hammer trying to destroy it. Nobody got hurt in the Magna Carta didn't get damaged. But it just so if you don't know don't remember in history, the Magna Carta came about in the year twelve fifteen. Probably the most influential document in the history of Britain. And it's on display the southbound cathedral ever been there, Victoria. I have indeed have you where did you when you looked upon? I just went a couple of years ago. I hadn't seen many times I've been to England over one hundred times in my life, and I never had seen this until I went to England. What was it two years ago? This time is matter of fact, it's one of those things is pretty cool because you King John was wicked king Saul, whether a number wicked king King John was basically held hostage back in June twelve fifteen by.

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"magna carta" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"magna carta" Discussed on AP News

"This you sent to the gorilla foundation in one thousand nine hundred eighty one under a contract that was revised to say he would be transferred back after Coco's depth foundation officials said in a letter the move would harm the gorilla. Suspected of trying to steal an original Magna Carta from Salisbury cathedral in England British police have arrested a man in Wiltshire. Police say alarm sounded Thursday afternoon when a person tried to smash the glass box surrounding the the thirteenth century documents on display he's going to four surviving originals and police state was not damaged. No one was hurt. Police say the man who was arrested matched description given by witnesses Meghan Markle's wedding gown for her wedding. To Prince Harry is on display at Windsor Castle. Harry and Meghan have recorded their memories of the wedding for an audio commentary. That's part of the new relive the Royal wedding exhibition, but the gown and the five meter long veil, Megan war with it are set to be the prime attraction at the ten week display in the audio recording. She says she had a clear idea of what she wanted to wear from the start and make a describes the day where she and her fiance visited Queen Elizabeth the second, Harry's grandmother. To choose TRS for her to wear during the wedding ceremony. She picked Queen Mary's diamond and platinum tier from the queen's unmatched collection. It's also featured in the new exhibit Harry's wedding outfit, including the distinctive frock coat uniform made by master tailors on Savile row is also on display. Pipe bomb investigation. Trump blames media, I'm Tim Maguire, Berlin, AP newsmen. Federal authorities arrested a Florida man with a criminal history and was a supporter of President Trump accusing him of sending at least thirteen mail bombs to prominent Democrats and their supporters FBI director Christopher Wray says investigators found a key piece of evidence they uncovered a latent fingerprint from one of the envelopes containing an IUD that had been sent to congresswoman Maxine Waters. We have confirmed this fingerprint is that of Caesar. Faces at least five federal charges in connection with the investigation. President Trump at a political rally in Charlotte North Carolina praised the investigation and ask the media coverage of the pipe bomb mailing. We have seen an effort by the media in recent hours to use the sinister actions of one individual to score political points against me and the Republican party. I'm Tim McGuire. AP digital news back in a moment. Introducing.

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"magna carta" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"magna carta" Discussed on AP News

"Suspected of trying to steal an original Magna Carta from Seoul's pre cathedral in England. British police have arrested a man in Wiltshire. Police say alarm sounded Thursday afternoon when a person tried to smash the glass box surrounding the Magna Carta the thirteenth century documents on display is one of four surviving originals. Police say it was not damaged. No one was hurt. Police say the man who was arrested matched a description given by witnesses pipebomb investigation. Trump blames media, I'm Tim Maguire Berlin, AP newsmen of federal authorities arrested. Florida man with a criminal history and was a supporter of President Trump accusing him of sending at least thirteen mail bombs to prominent Democrats and their supporters FBI director Christopher Wray says investigators found a key piece of evidence, they uncovered a latent fingerprint from one of the envelopes containing an IUD that had been sent to congresswoman Maxine Waters. We have confirmed this fingerprint is that of Caesar. Faces at least five federal charges in connection with the investigation. President Trump at a political rally in Charlotte North Carolina praised the investigation and denounced the media coverage of the pipe bomb mailing. We have seen an effort by the media in recent hours to use the sinister actions of one individual to score political points against me and the Republican party. I'm Tim McGuire. AP digital news back in a moment. With twenty five percent.

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Man arrested for attempted theft of Magna Carta

Dennis Prager

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Man arrested for attempted theft of Magna Carta

"British police say they have arrested a man suspected of trying to steal a copy of the Magna. Carta? The MacArthur by King John in twelve fifteen has become an enduring symbol of the rule of law in Britain, the document on display at Salisbury cathedral is what I'm just four surviving originals. Please say cathedral alarms that sounded when a person and to smash the glass box containing the price this document, the Magna Carta wasn't damaged a no one was hurt. Join incident all a man who was immediately detained. So speak official has been in the news recently because to Russians accused of carrying out the nerve agent attack on the script bowels say they traveled to SOS we see. It's was cathedral and

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"magna carta" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"magna carta" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Of your living on you how lengthy glucose macklin concerts stop protect you against stop it isn't talked about much but the magna carta ain't perfect it was actually completely thrown out of the window only a few years after it came to be but it laid off stake a stake in the ground that this rule of wa thing should be a thing that it must be a thing a steak that could and would be expanded over the centuries to every citizen to every race in brennan in america and now in the one hundred twenty three democracies of the world's sixty four percent of the country's on earth there's clearly more way to go there's more to fight for and even in democratic countries like ours aswell cover in this series the rule of law is often violated and moss be perennially fought for something that the british barons understood the a the most stunning and revolutionary feature was the twenty five barons were appointed chosen by the balance themselves in order to enforce the charter and indeed put right anything else the king wrong permanent executive is now setup to monitor you stick the charges being break could you could appeal to a twenty five and then the twenty five actually in chocolate sell to actually force the king to keep the charter right any breaches it by ceasing his lines is called for lafayette by making more on the king resistance is made lawful and there you have it what you didn't know some of the things i didn't know and i went to a great american law school the university of virginia we're gonna learn so much more about the rule of law in his twice monthly.

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"magna carta" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"magna carta" Discussed on WCTC

"Lou pate here with you as donald trump when asked if he would fire rosenstein rod rosenstein in you figure that one out he said let's get to the phones eight seven seven three six seven to five to six liu in houston welcomed to fox news talk with lou paid how are you dan i'm the former head of the mic lower society in houston as well as the magna carta society year and um my my time my tenure in houston for the michael our society was looked set 1970s and my tenure in houston for the um magna carta was twenty tantary 24 chain lift caroline frederickson i don't know who she is but she's a fool and um one of them things my father taught me was never ticker with a food so um that's what i had wanted i wanna give all all we want to give all sides a chance to to air their opinion and would let you listeners like such as yourself and everyone else come to their own conclusions ernest beach pathologists i've been in business for many years um let's just say the uh the the men speaks for itself i agree under 30's and trey galthie has spoken well on the issue as he always does let's just leave it at that and what liberal democrats or whoever else is trying to stirred the water and make it mighty they can go to hell thank you very much for your time can are shortened to the point i appreciated lou from houston i'd i wish he would hung up though because i wanted to ask her if she's bob ahead of the mayflower society in houston i just wanted to find out who are descendants were because people who are members of the mayflower society are descendants of people who came on the mayflower i just find that i'm a history buff so i just find that fascinating salou if you call back again we're going to uh we're going to hold you to that one and get your hand sestri back there but as we head into the top of the hour i'd like to know from you to listeners to fox news talk eight seven seven three six seven two five two six.

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"magna carta" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"magna carta" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"His exists as happened that's why i'm okay with i mix i'm tired of we need a sports magna carta now i mean we don't why why do we need more lists worrying more qualifications for every single thing the review lics is like the hall of fame debate lecture these guys be in it bonzes in i have no prominent in bonds has a plaque i would go okay no no no we need to put something else next to it why if your enough of a baseball guided goethe cooperstown in pay for admission and walk around why do you need a sign that tells you something you already know are you afraid of the people who visit the hall of fame the didn't pay attention of baseball i think it all works out and again to revisit the top i agree with the conclusion to committee arrived at and it all works out having no rules in living in his laws a fair libertarian dream let them do what they want they are turn the air are benighted leaders these thirteen it all works out we agree you're just assuming and by the way it hasn't it'll never go back it'll never go bad they'll never make the wrong choice you'll never be completely an obviously irrational and what i'm telling you is it not it there is no history or standard of rationality we're just getting lucky they agree with us your turn in the committee in a dead wood and that's what i think is a reach here alone flesh that up on me elsewhere engine via is kinda behind the bar telling you what happens here make some of these dudes are independents.

"magna carta" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"magna carta" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"His exists it doesn't happen that's why i'm okay with i mix i'm i'm tired of we need a sports magna carta no i mean we don't why why do we need more lists while lean more qualifications for every single thing that were due lics is it the hall of fame debate lecture these guys bien it bonzes in i have no problem with in bonds as a plaque i would go okay no no we need to put something else next to it why if your enough of a baseball guided go to cooperstown in pay for admission and walk around why do you need a sign that tells you something you already know are you afraid of the people to visit the hall of fame the didn't pay attention a baseball i think it all works out and again to revisit the top i agree with the conclusion to committee arrived at and it all works out having no rules and living in his laws a fair libertarian dream let them do what they want they are turn it they are are benighted leaders these thirteen it all works out we agree you just assuming and by the way it hasn't it'll never go back it'll never go bad they'll never make the wrong choice shall never be completely in an obviously irrational and what i'm telling you is it's not it there is no history or standard of rationality we're just getting lucky to they agree with us your turn in the committee in the dead wood and that's what i think is a reach here alem's flush it up on me elsewhere engine yeah it's kinda behind the bar telling you what happens you take some of these dudes are independents.

"magna carta" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"magna carta" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Laws of hama an eye on in a tooth for two the magna carta avi tak flaws that they american revolution and had gone how does that how does that help the city bluefield well posted around it and put it in a historical context as well as long as the word god i guess is in the ten commandments at least the display that they're showing up in bloomfield there's really no other way around the two four three thirty three thirty three austin your next on newsradio kick you'll be good awesome while the previous caller i gotta eat me to the panchir are going to make her claim all right uh you know when when the uh i don't know at this hour indicate the a ruling but uh i've been i've fame the you know mode and uh the tank bamut posted on live very and of supreme court has the 10 commandments rivat it than the previous harwood that was this cafe you know to me talk about hamurabi leave about roman law they got your magna carta and and in that hotak yeah just a historical artifact but when you when you put up a only the ten commandments and then been thin you're giving the the apparent that well there are other there are other monuments there are there are other monuments on display in this sort of monument park if you will in in the front of city hall up in bluefields not just the ten commandments but weather and i'm going to have to see if i can get more information on these other monuments at are on display of whether this sort of fall into that category austin that you were just talking about and the previous caller is well two four three 33 33 jason your next on newsradio kick you'll be glad jason actually i'm not j new emailed and okay come down to me fame that god mentioned it's not just that got mentioned that vow shout obey no other god before me it is it's a very particular statement different than it bill sardi jason thank you very much to four three thirty three thirty three can also email he bob at news radio kkob dot com and.

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"magna carta" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"magna carta" Discussed on KOIL

"Strict control i read the history where they read magna carta kromah's roar of a major generals there to realize the british did like strict control and may have main message was greatness in strict controls and that was went on a very bad attack i think she founded in a way the strict school mistress as i said there were differences between margaret thatcher input picula margaret thatcher neil said had a much greater feel for the heartbeat of the british people but also was a warrior she was a war of the falklands a warrior of freedom against trade unions against the ira and things like that i'm so they were very different to my i am margaret thatcher all day they were both women there have been different images amongst the what's the youth vote which neil mentioned was particularly strong with time because in the brexit vote many of the youth thornwell breaks it is a foregone way we're we're all going in breakfast will be defeated they didn't vote this time they came out and voted being very doctrine aided by eu money for decades in the schools and universities and of course they were offered free education which by kogan so they came grows and i had a very major affect on the election and of course the brexit vote were doomed to being defeated in a referendum and a lot of people didn't vote on those people came out this time in right this is this is this is where i am i don't want to get to a new weeds for british politics but let's talk about the brexit vote was this votes a vote to repeal brexit that's what i wanna know and that's what a whole lot of the american people and finance and business wanna know is this a vote to reverse brexit and force minority governments or however this is going to play out to change to view on brexit well that's of course going through only appear in real analysis of of what happened in the election and the analysis of what happens in this new hung parliament.

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