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Author William Federer Describes 'The Treacherous World of the 16th Century'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:41 min | 5 d ago

Author William Federer Describes 'The Treacherous World of the 16th Century'

"William Federer has written a book called the treacherous world of the 16th century and how the pilgrims escaped it which its effectively the prequel to America's freedom, William Federer, welcome to the program. Great to be with you. Hey, I mean, the treacherous world of the 16th century and how the pilgrims escaped it. Most of us know so little about the 16th century. We don't think of it as treacherous or non treacherous. What are we talking about here? What is that what is it that got you to write this book? You've written so many books on history. It's a joy to talk to you on any historical subject. But I love it when you come out with a book like this, because you really have done your homework and we get to benefit. What is it that why do you call it the prequel to America's freedom? What did they leave? Well, Europe was ruled by kings and it was being invaded by the sultan of Turkey. The Ottoman sultan Suleiman the Magnificent he was surrounding Vienna. So backdrop, the Muslims conquered all of North Africa, which used to be Christian. There were 250 Catholic diocese along North Africa. Muslims invaded Spain and held it for 700 years and they were just driven out in 1492. So just a couple of years earlier, the Muslims had controlled Egypt for 600 years. It had been founded by the Christian face Mark that wrote the gospel of Matthew Mark Luke and John. And then Siri was completely Christian for 6 centuries of angiotensin by the apostle Paul until Khalid Omar conquers it. And the Turks convert to Islam and they invaded to what is today Turkey and all 7 churches mentioned in the book of revelation are wiped out and then they finally cross the Bosporus and conquer Constantinople in 1453 and then finally they're invading Europe and surrounding Vienna Austria the year 1529. So here we have an Islamic invasion into Europe and just a couple of years earlier the reformation started 1517 with Martin Luther. And so Europe has an inside outside chaos going on and the Holy Roman Emperor is the king of Spain. Charles V now the title Holy Roman Emperor means he's sort of responsible for defending Christendom. And so here he is wanting to defend against the Islamic invasion. At the same time, he is inherited all the new world, right? Columbus discovered it for Ferdinand Isabella. And so he's taking the gold from the new world to fit out his navy to keep the Muslims from taking over the Mediterranean

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Sen. Doug Mastriano Talks About the Importance of Local Politics

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:22 min | Last week

Sen. Doug Mastriano Talks About the Importance of Local Politics

"And so that's why it's important that we have more diligence and that we have more people active politically and running for office what have you and every position support. We saw this past year in Pennsylvania and across a nation that school boards are important. The county commissioner's important, even state senators are important. And so we can't stand aside now. Yeah, yeah. I know. And I've said this on the program before, it's one of the things I knew growing up that phrase that said, all politics are local. And it does start right with your local school board. That's the basis and you go up from there. Yeah, you really can't make this stuff up. I mean, obviously loudon counties put an exclamation point on a whole point of view there and how important even school boards are. But, you know, around my state here, thankfully, a lot of people instead of just standing aside and here's one thing out, but that really strikes me. American Christians, we have to be careful about, I guess passivity is maybe not the right word. But just I guess lack of care, you know, hey, things are going terrible in our country and then Christians will often say they'll throw their hands up and say, oh, it's God's will. That is ridiculous nonsense. No, it's not his will. For some reason God chooses to work through the agency of men and women like you and me to stand in the gap like Esther's like giddy and like Martin Luther picky here, George washingtons. And if you just throw up your hands, all right, God will raise up and deliver deliver from elsewhere Esther chapter four, but it will take time. There'll be

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Virginia's Incoming Lt. Governor Winsome Sears Shares Her Story

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:48 min | 2 weeks ago

Virginia's Incoming Lt. Governor Winsome Sears Shares Her Story

"I've got so much to ask you and I know we have a limited amount of time together, but I first of all, just an amazed that the messenger in this case wins some Sears has a story. And where you came from and the history of how you do you mind for people who they love the way you speak and they love the message you have for America, they love what you're going to do for the Commonwealth of Virginia. But for the benefit of people who don't know your life story, would you mind sort of taking us through your journey? Very quickly, I had said before that my story starts with my father, but it actually starts with my grandfather who came to America back in the 30s as a fruit picker because some extra money so that he could help his family. So he came pick some fruit and went back to Jamaica. And he did that a few times and then my father came in 1963 from Jamaica after, you know, he could prove who background check who he is, who he said he was, and everything else that he had to do and then he was allowed into the country. That was August 11th of 1963, just 17 days before Martin Luther King Jr. gave his I have a dream speech. And so I asked my father, why would you come then? You know, it was a bad time for us and because this is where the jobs were. And I said, yeah, but you came at the height of the civil rights movement. He said, this is where opportunities were. He came with, took any job he could find, but himself through school started as American dreamer. Now he's comfortably retired, and by the way, this house that he's in. It's the second one he's built since retirement. I said to him, it's too big for you. You know what? He said, leave me alone. It's my money. Imagine that. Leave me alone. It's my money. I

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COINTELPRO: The Counterintelligence Program of the FBI

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:28 min | 2 weeks ago

COINTELPRO: The Counterintelligence Program of the FBI

"COINTELPRO was a series of FBI projects that were covert and honestly illegal projects conducted by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation. Aimed at surveilling infiltrating discrediting and disrupting domestic American political organizations. COINTELPRO went from 1956 to 1971. And some of their targets were the Nation of Islam was Martin Luther King Jr.'s organization, the southern pastor leadership conference or whatever the name was. And the only reason we ever learned about COINTELPRO. The only reason we were able ever able to get to the bottom of pros, operations. Was not because of some cross examination from Congress, was not because of a lawsuit. It was about something that I don't support, which was breaking and entering into a federal building. So during the famous Muhammad Ali Frazier fight, which was one of the most watched sporting events to date, on March 8th, 1971, a group of activists broke into the small two man office at the Federal Bureau of Investigation in media, Pennsylvania. They stole more than 1000 FBI documents that revealed years of systematic wiretapping, infiltration and media manipulation designed to suppress dissent. The citizens commissioned to investigate the Federal Bureau of Investigation. As the group called itself, forced its way in at night with a crowbar while much of the country was watching the Muhammad Ali Frazier fight. When agents arrived for work the next morning, they found the cabinets virtually empty virtually emptied, within a few weeks the documents began to show up, mailed anonymously in Manila envelopes with no return address newsrooms of major American newspapers. From that point forward after 1971, COINTELPRO was sunsetted and the government, the federal government's effort to wiretap an infiltrate American political organizations seemingly

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Tiffany Cross Assumes People Will Be Uncomfortable When the Minority Becomes the Majority

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 3 weeks ago

Tiffany Cross Assumes People Will Be Uncomfortable When the Minority Becomes the Majority

"On people who are doing the work Well you know Roland has strong thoughts I have to say I think a lot of us feel that way though ro And I think it's gonna be hard for a lot of people as a changing demographic You're looking at the screen right now This is the rising majority of America And when this group of people starts getting centered it's going to be uncomfortable for a lot of people but we've been uncomfortable for a lot of all that mean What's all that mean The changing demographics you're looking at the screen I know This is the rising majority of America That means people of color And when this group of people start getting center it's going to be uncomfortable for a lot of people We've been uncomfortable for a long time she says go ahead I'm at this point in history we're comfortable making people uncomfortable So thank you to my amazing Wow So what does that mean What does that mean when the minorities in the majority That white people now are going to feel uncomfortable That white people are going to be put up This is just out of the closet racism It's out of the closet hatred I want you to think about Martin Luther King I want you to think about his tremendous speeches and the things that he said In the influence that I had had on the society Do they sound like they're talking about the principles and the belief system on Martin Luther King The content of your character they don't even talk about the contacted character It's all about race race race race

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MSNBC's Jonathan Capehart Degrades Winsome Sears' Victory, Citing Race

Mark Levin

01:11 min | 3 weeks ago

MSNBC's Jonathan Capehart Degrades Winsome Sears' Victory, Citing Race

"Go ahead They elected winsome seers as lieutenant governor She will be the first African American woman to be elected statewide in Virginia history It's The Wall Street Journal Nice try But invoking the name of lieutenant governor elect winsome Sears doesn't prove my assertion wrong about the role of race in the Virginia governor's election Not in the least Look voting for someone black does not grant absolution from racism It's not because people voted for somebody who's black They voted for somebody despite her race That's the point Martin Luther King Not Derek bell Are you too stupid to understand He obsessed with your racist hate to get it People go to the polls white racist go to the polls and say I'm going to vote for a black person a pro I'm not a white racist Just listen to how pathetic And how irrational this clown

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Mark Meadows Joins Charlie to Talk Through the Politics of the Day

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:26 min | Last month

Mark Meadows Joins Charlie to Talk Through the Politics of the Day

"Nothing will make people see that Donald Trump actually acted in their best interest as much as Joe Biden doing as poorly as he's done. Who would have imagined in fact the president Trump mentioned this the other day. He says, Mark, can you imagine it was going to be this bad this quickly? And the answer is, no, and I had a very low expectation. You know, it's hard to be below last on an expectation. But I had a very low bar for what they were going to do. Here's the other thing that I think that we start to see. The left has lurked so much. You get to see this each and every day on college campuses and in the public square. They've learned so far to the left that all of a sudden people they want to fight on their behalf. You know, when you look at CRT in the schools and telling parents, they're domestic terrorists. I mean, at this point, you've got unaffiliated voters and what I would say moderate to conservative Democrats if there's such a thing as a conservative Democrat left, they are all of a sudden saying, you know what, at least Donald Trump was willing to fight for me and I need somebody that's willing to fight. And the critical race theory is one key component. We have got to, we've got to understand that you don't judge people by the color of their skin. It's by the content of their character to quote Martin Luther King

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How Critical Race Theory Is Drenched in Marxist Principles

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | Last month

How Critical Race Theory Is Drenched in Marxist Principles

"There was a group of legitimate marxists that left Germany came to America. They found a safe haven here. They believed in economic Marxism, so they believed in their own personal opinion, the abolition of private property, the rights of the workers, all these sorts of things, and ushering in a utopia, the destruction of the American family, and they realized that bringing Marx has been communism to America has proven to be rather difficult. And so a specific thinker, if you could call them that, but he was pretty smart, strong about everything. Herbert Marcus came, and he had a disciple by the name of Angela Davis, who is a black woman communist who lives in California still. She's 77 years old, and they believe that race is the most important thing. They believe that all power dynamics are not economic. It's not about character. It's not about who you are. It's about the color of your skin. That everything around you is racist and that we must do everything we possibly can to try to organize society try to upheave the white supremacist colonialist imperialistic misogynistic bigoted culture and try to usher in some sort of indigenous people, people of color type revolt. This is where you started to get terms like people of color, minority ethnic groups, soon after you've got affirmative action, admission standards in college, all these sorts of things that came through kind of post that era. And then in the 1980s, 1990s, there was kind of a cooling off period where the predominant viewpoint I was born in 1993 was that, hey, we're not going to care about skin color. We're going to care about the content of people's character. Martin Luther King said that famously in his address at the speech of the Washington mall, and that was something that was repeated many, many times, which is, hey, it's not good. In fact, it's racist to care about people's skin color to organize them based on ethnocentric tribes. Instead, we are all made of the image of God. We are complex human beings and your skin colors, the most immaterial part of you. In fact, that is a sloppy, lazy and dare I say divisive way to actually try and say, this is the most important way to even think about your fellow human

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The Most Fun Eric Ever Had Writing a Book

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

The Most Fun Eric Ever Had Writing a Book

"Which book do you like writing. More bond hoffer or martin luther and why. Oh that's easy martin. Luther really yeah baen. Hoffer was an agony. it was my second biography. It's a long story but it was an agony too right. I was under this horrifying deadline. I wrote the thing in. Like i don't know not-i'm day and night it was. It was very painful The martin luther book was one of the few books i've ever written. Maybe the only one that actually somehow enjoyed writing it and some prophetic guys. This is going to be the toughest book you ever wrote totally wrong. It was the easiest book i ever wrote and one. I had the most fun with so that was easy. The martin luther stuff. It's just loaded with kind of funny interesting stuff. So if you're looking for corky quirky. I would recognize seriously. I think it's fun stuff in

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This Is Why the Church Needs To Get Political

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | 3 months ago

This Is Why the Church Needs To Get Political

"The one thousand nine hundred nineteen sixties early seventies. We saw different form of christianity. Come in america. Talk about that so So chuck smith came on the scene especially for catholic chapel sixty eight and the idea of evangelism and they. They brought in syncopated rhythms. Which probably disappointed you in lives but Autho music and what they didn't california. Interestingly enough is chuck taught the bible verse by verse chapter chapter book by book but he stayed away from politics because in sixty eight when he started it Martin luther king reverend dr martin luther king junior have been shot. Bobby kennedy had been shot. Sixty three jake kidman shot. Then you had the meantime askar the offensive. And all these young people who had been seeking hope and change had checked out of the church and explored eastern religions and drug use and they they came back disillusioned because all their political heroes were dead and chuck avoided politics but he taught he taught the the way to salvation and grew ten thousand percent in fifty. Two years trae There's more coverage apples southbound doughnuts. There's a lot of dunkin's yeah there's a lot of dunkin donuts and and so so. The lion share those churches are in california. Ten thousand percent growth harvest crusades greg. Laurie but but in sixty eight we had the fifth largest gdp and it was a state of the future a trait but he avoids politics because the kids are burned out on it. I am grateful to chuck for my verse by verse. You know systematic study of the scriptures. I do not resent that. I i am who i am because he did what he did. But we miss something. Because we didn't engage in the public square the matthew sixteen we avoided that and now california no longer has a fifth largest gdp. We have the six maybe seven. We have a highest gas sales tax income tax highest debt highest unemployment highest poverty highest homelessness. And we've aborted more children than any other state in the union authors. No fault divorce. The transgender bathroom bills. And that's because the church didn't engage in the public

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Activists March Nationwide for Voting Rights

NBC Nightly News

01:34 min | 3 months ago

Activists March Nationwide for Voting Rights

"There are new nationwide calls for fair voting rights. Tonight has more states consider legislation that some say could restrict voter access. Today's marches also had another important meaning for the thousands demanding. Change kathy part. Reports tonight marches across america demanding protections for voting rights. We need to be here and lead our governments know that we truly believe in the voting rights for all but ways to keep poor people from voting to keep black and brown people voting to keep disabled people from voting. And if you buy into any of those categories you need to be out here and doing whatever it takes. Donations capital a show of force with activists and civil rights leaders pressuring congress to pass legislation. That would protect elections and voters at the federal level. We must remain engaged to create the accountability. The political power that leads to change that message landing on the fiftieth anniversary of the march on washington. When martin luther king junior delivered his famous. I have a dream speech. Today's organizers say forty eight states have introduced nearly four hundred bills this year amounting to voter suppression in texas republican house. Members just approved a bill. Banning drive-thru polling places and twenty four hour voting democrats said the legislation would disproportionately affect people of color. The political battles over the right to vote a reality then and now

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Thousands Gather for Annual "March on for Voting Rights"

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Thousands Gather for Annual "March on for Voting Rights"

"Years ago On a hot August day, thousands gathered in D C to march for jobs and civil rights for Black Americans Today, decades after the march on Washington, thousands commemorate Did the iconic day when Martin Luther King Jr delivered his I have a dream speech with a march for voting rights. I'm here to make a stand. Listen, every American should have the right to participate in democracy, and that's why I'm here, making a loud and proud. This marcher goes by the name Britta Filter. I'm here with drag out the vote, and it's very important for us to stand up for people's voting rights, especially marginalized people. People of color. There are 389 bills that have passed insert in 48 different states around the country. People suppressing voter registration, voter everything mail in voting. All of it. So folks are marching in favor of national voting rights legislation. D. C. Statehood, ending the filibuster and making sure black and brown Americans have full access to

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Activists March Nationwide for Voting Rights, Honoring 1963 March on Washington

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Activists March Nationwide for Voting Rights, Honoring 1963 March on Washington

"58 years since the March on Washington, led by Dr Martin Luther King Jr. Thousands marched again in D C today and across the country in an effort to persuade lawmakers to pass federal voting rights legislation among the speakers. Martin Luther King the third We need to turn up the press. Shall on the leaders who think their flimsy talk about bipartisanship is more important than our rights. The rallies come as a number of Republican controlled states have made sweeping changes that could make it harder to vote. Many activists view the fight over voting rights as a civil rights issue of the day. This

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Thousands March in Washington, U.S. Cities for Voting Rights

Financial Advisors with Aubrey Morrow

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Thousands March in Washington, U.S. Cities for Voting Rights

"In Washington marking 58 years since the historic I have a dream speech delivered by the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr the central Focus this year is federal voting rights legislation. Designed to combat election bills in several Republican states. The group also hosting marches and other cities today, including Atlanta, Miami in Houston, the state where Texas governor Greg Abbott will soon sign into long a bill that also blocks election officials from sending random absentee ballot applications that imposes ID requirements and gives more leeway to poll watchers. Fox says Jeff

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Voting Rights and D.C. Statehood Lead 58th Anniversary of March on Washington

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Voting Rights and D.C. Statehood Lead 58th Anniversary of March on Washington

"Of the march on Washington. Voting rights activists from across the country gathering downtown to mark the occasion with another March and rally. This year's event is called the March on for Washington with the March in D. C aimed at raising support for a new federal voting rights law as well as D C. Statehood, But Piper D C. Statehood. It's certainly a fight for voting rights, and that's why this march is so vital. Jamal holds his elite organizer for 51 for 51, which advocates for D. C. Statehood were not just marching. All Washington were also march of poor Washington. The event begins at eight a.m. downtown. With a walk from McPherson Square to Black Lives Matter Plaza were March off around 9 45 10. O'clock will land at the National Mall. Speakers on the mall include Martin Luther King, the third D. C. Mayor, Muriel Bowser and a litany of Democratic lawmakers and others. John Doman w T.

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Fortnite New Game: I Have a Dream Speech

NPR Politics Podcast

01:30 min | 3 months ago

Martin Luther King, Jr. Fortnite New Game: I Have a Dream Speech

"Epic games the company the developers behind fortnight have done something kind of interesting it also kind of ties into what i cover for npr. So i thought it was really interesting. It is as we pointed out in the last segment. It's the anniversary of the march on washington. And dr king's i have a dream speech and they've worked with time studios in time magazine to create this experience called march through time. Players can be teleported to what they're calling. Dc sixty three which is like this kind of a reimagined alternate universe. Washington dc built by users. And you can actually take your character and traveled to the lincoln memorial and the national mall. And here recordings of dr king. Giving the i have a dream speech. There are also like many games that you can do. Yes are you doing the usual fortnight stuff while you're there like my question. This is my question to an eye full disclosure. I have not gotten a check out this experience myself yet but a really smart gaming journalist. I follow erin ashley. Simon actually did you can find on twitter. She put up a four minute. Video of what people are doing. And yeah there's some of the emotes as they call them of people dancing and things like that but you can also hold up signs at the rally. There are collaborative experiences. That are sort of educational. There were puzzles. So yes some of the traditional fortnight stick. But there's also kind of a learning angle here too. I see people describing it as like an interactive online museum.

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Why the Civil Rights Movement Was a Bad Thing for Black People

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | 3 months ago

Why the Civil Rights Movement Was a Bad Thing for Black People

"What are some of the hot topics we you said you wanted to talk about. Pride month prior month so black people only get twenty eight days but Lgbtq pride month is it's now the month of june and june teeth which is in june cuts into pride month. So it's fundamentally homophobic uh-huh need to talk about that so i'm gonna say something that's groundbreaking and is going to offend. A lot of people are right. The civil rights movement was the worst thing to happen to this nation into the black community. Why because the civil rights movement pivoted this. lgbtq narrative and it's also pivoting. Pedophilia push as a form of sexuality. Follow me for a second. we're gonna have to. This is crazy. But i'm gonna be real with you. People don't tune out. Could this always ends well. But you gotta hang in is heavy so now which helped understand the segregation was not an all of the united states of america. Right it was only in the south correct right so let's talk about. Harriet tubman for a second. I'm as an example slave in maryland. She traveled a hundred miles north to philadelphia. The moment she touched philadelphia. She was a free woman right. So this tells you in the north. Obviously since i found it fathers there was no slavery. It always was in the south. Okay jim crow laws and all of this stuff. This success always in the south. Now you may have. Had the north people like marco mex and all of these people talk about it and take on the culture in a sense of the depravity of what was happening but that wasn't there portion right so now martin luther king comes in. He says listen. We want to have the same abilities in the same access to what white people have but we had it. We have built our own schools. We had owned businesses. Our homes solid right so now. Civil rights comes in Jfk dies and the newborn johnson steps in and he says listen. I understand your struggle. we're going gonna make it equal for everybody but we also do a warm poverty. We're going to give you guys welfare

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Reach for Your Dreams

THE BRENDON SHOW

02:29 min | 3 months ago

Reach for Your Dreams

"Scary to me. How our culture got so wrapped up into smart goals specific and measurable and attainable or realistic. Time bound you know just very awesome left brain goal thinking stuff but i think the problem is are. We have this culture now where we're dominated by by these very realistic goals and we're dominated by spreadsheets and checklists and all these great left brain things that maybe are supposed to help us accomplish things and yet we have an entire culture now or setting too small of goals you know where the moonshot dreams and ideas you know. Where's the walking putting the person on the moon dreams whereas the build a big business and empire that takes over the world dreams. Where's the things that says. I'm going to serve millions of people dreams. Those aren't realistic. It was not a smart goal for columbus to sail across the ocean. It was not a smart goal for for martin luther king to say let's march on washington. It was not a smart goal for us to say. Hey let's put a man into orbit or let's put a man and a woman into a container to metal container and fine across the sky. These were not smart goals. There was nothing at all attainable or realistic or even necessarily timely about those types of things. They were impossible dreams and we have to fire those up in our lives again. If we're ever to experience the zest there is no sexiness. Enjoy in being smart goal person like come on yes we have to at some point bring a gold down to earth and and measure it out and think through it. That's where people automatically go. They're scared to think about a goal. That's measurable not just in terms of. Can i get it done. Miserable in terms of their life destiny their their mission. They're scared to think that level that is ambitious and full of fire and dreams and hopes. So i'm i'm here to tell you set some dumb goals. Okay let me let me tell you about a dumb goal. Adum goal the d. Let's let's make us up okay. The d. stands for dream driven. Let's start there. Let's start way up here. What would be the ideal. The perfect the magical thing that's even beyond maybe even your immediate comprehension to think way outside the box. Think about something that fire you up and really feel like if i obtained that that would be my dream

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"martin luther" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

05:55 min | 3 months ago

"martin luther" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Org to the christian nobility of the german nation by martin luther translated by see a bouquet to his most serene and mighty imperial majesty and to the christian nobility of the german nation. Doctor martinez luther. The grace and might have. God be with you. Most serene majesty most gracious. Well beloved gentlemen. It is not out of mere arrogance and perversity that i a single poor man have taken upon me to address your lordships the distress and misery. That press all christian estates more especially in germany have led not only myself but everyone else to cry allowed to ask for help and have now forced me to to cry out and ask if god would give his spirit to anyone to reach a hand to his wretched people. Councils have often put forward some remedy. But through the cunningness certain men. It has been adroitly. Frustrated and the eagles have become worse. Who's malice and wickedness. I will now. By the help of god expose so that being known they may henceforth ceased to be so obstructive and injurious god has given us a young and noble sovereign charles. The fifth was at that time. Not quite twenty years of age and by this has roused hope in many hearts now. It is right that we too should do what we can. And make good use of time in grace. The first thing that we must do is to consider the matter with great earnestness and whatever we attempt not to trust in our own strength and wisdom alone even if the power of all the world were ours for dod will not endure. Good work should be begun trusting our own strength and wisdom. He destroys it. It is all useless as we read in the thirty third psalm. There is no king saved by the multitude of an host. A mighty man is not delivered by much strength and they fear it is for that reason that those beloved princess the emperor frederick the first and second and many other german emperors were in former times so piteously spurned oppressed by the pokes though they were feared by the world perhaps they trusted rather in their own strength than in god therefore they could not fall. And how would the sing winner retirement. Julius the second have risen so high in our own days. But that i fear france. The germans and venice trusted to themselves. The children of benjamin slew forty two thousand israelites. For this reason that they trusted to their own strength judges twenty and so forth that it may not happen thus to us into our noble emperor. Charles we must remember that in this matter we wrestle not against flesh and blood but against the rulers of the darkness of this world he fees. It's six twelve who may fill the world with war and bloodshed but cannot themselves be overcome thereby we must renounce all confidence in our natural strength and take the matter in hand with humbled trust in god. We must seek god's help with earnest prayer and have nothing before our eyes but the misery and wretchedness of christendom irrespective of what punishment the wicked may deserve. If we do not act thus we may begin the game with great pomp but when we are well in it the spirits of evil..

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"martin luther" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

02:08 min | 3 months ago

"martin luther" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Introductory note martin luther. The leader of the protestant reformation was born at eisleben. Prussian saxony november tenth. Fourteen eighty three. He studied jurisprudence at the university of erfurt where he later lectured on physics and ethics in fifteen o five. He entered the augustinian monastery at erfurt. Two years later was ordained priest and in fifteen o. Eight became professor of philosophy at the university of wittenberg. The starting point of luther is career as a reformer was his posting on the church. Door of wittenberg. The ninety five theses on october thirty first fifteen seventeen these formed of passionate statement of the true nature of penitence and a protest against the sale of indulgences in issuing the theses luther expected the support of his ecclesiastical superiors and it was only after three years of controversy during which he refused a summons to rome that he proceeded to publish those works that brought about his expulsion from the church. The year fifteen twenty saw the publication of the three great documents which laid down the fundamental principles of the reformation in the address to the christian nobility of the german nation. Luther attacked the corruptions of the church. In the abuses of its authority and asserted the right of the layman to spiritual independence in concerning christian liberty. He expounded the doctrine of justification by faith and gave a complete presentation of his theological position in the babylonian captivity of the church he criticized the sacramento system and set up the scriptures as the supreme authority in religion in the midst of this activity came his formal excommunication and his renunciation of allegiance to the pope. He was proscribed by the emperor. Charles the fifth and taken into the protection of prison in the wartburg by the friendly elector of saxony where he translated the new testament. The complete translation of the bible issued in fifteen thirty four marks the establishment of the modern literary language of germany. The rest of luther is life was occupied with a vast amount of literary and controversial activity. He died eisleben february. Eighteenth fifteen forty six..

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"martin luther" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

JOHN16AND12.COM

05:00 min | 9 months ago

"martin luther" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

"Martin luther noblesse about it and It was when my mother was was too shy. vary very tough very hard vary much discipline a to be in the church and everyone have to be in this church and it's sad about those Those people that cook that have alexis. That couldn't couldn't read because the the the preachers was coming to their home. People were not going always to search the Appreciator the story was coming to their home. Because i hear have to write up have like controlled. Who lived in that household. If you'd have coming a baby that they have not bring to the church sign in and those things son like It's a if you read all the books church books they also can make a no ties if someone is not so good in their head and and that can whatever they the tanking as the on their own. There was no dog talent but they could say that this is. This is a boy that this behind the various ago behind the counter to learn and of course those Alexis though those slept quota read they were looking at there was stupid. The mental sick end the but still they wanted them to to talk about what the the cata cheese Martin luther spoke. What is say that they have to know it to know it by heart because They didn't have books. They have to know it in their heads and that was not to force people that were disabled and if there were too bad so they didn't know anything then they have to see outside the church a the is like a bench where they have to have the relax inside the bench and receiving there and people That one the people were going into the church days On them and talking bad about the people and the it's so cruel because they can be people that was disabled. The they were okay. In the brain battery were discern. Disabled celikkol. couldn't hold it by heart all the words and the have to sit there on the f. they.

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"martin luther" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

Kottke Ride Home

03:39 min | 11 months ago

"martin luther" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

"A new documentary out today called. Mlk fbi which traces the ways in which the fbi was surveilling. Martin luther king junior towards the end of his life as well as other black activists in an attempt to tamp down the civil rights movements directed by legendary filmmaker sam pollard. This documentary is based on a nineteen eighty one book by historian david garrow as well as documents released by the national archives in two thousand seventeen and two thousand eighteen quoting the atlantic. Mlk fbi arrows attempts to stifle the civil rights movement through coordinated efforts to spy on king with the hope of discrediting his righteous public image with king as with many black activists since the beginning of the twentieth century. The fbi surveillance wasn't an isolated obsession. It was part of a long running effort to keep black americans from acquiring institutional power. Pohlad told me the film traces. Exactly how the surveillance of king started how it was conducted and the effects it had on his life end quote using tons of archival footage and interviews with firsthand witnesses. The film illustrates how. Fbi's surveillance of black americans began as part of fbi director. Jaeger hoover's obsession with rooting out. Communism <unk> believing black people to be more susceptible to political manipulation as their efforts became more focused specifically on martin luther king junior and his growing influence. The fbi sought to expose his extramarital affairs as a way of discrediting him to the public and his followers but director sample are noted to npr's fresh air quote would hoover didn't bank on was back in the sixties. The press did not take the bait. They didn't reveal the personal lives of these public figures. They didn't do with john kennedy. They didn't do with others and they didn't do it. With dr king and quotes and while this documentary serves as a needed reminder. That martin luther king junior was not universally revered in his time there could be wearing that paints too negative a picture of him by including personal details like the affairs he had producer. Benjamin heddon said a our approach however quote he wouldn't be d- mythology someone he would simply be portraying him with responsibility and sympathy the way he would subject in his documentaries who was not known to the wider public and quotes and hannah georgia's said in the atlantic quote. Mlk fbi offers an important corrective to prevailing myths about king and his principles of nonviolent resistance. Which were not in fact. Widely embraced as my colleague. Van newkirk wrote in two thousand eighteen hostility toward the civil rights. Movement turned into a cherry. Pick celebration of the revolutions victories over segregation in over easily caricatured gap toothed bigots in the south and quotes and continuing georgia's. The reality was that opposition to king into the racial progress. He symbolized was restricted by region or by political affiliation diplomats and republicans alike had turned against king by his later years especially after he voiced objection to the vietnam war. It's impossible to separate the fbi's decades long commitment to tracking black activists from its relative failure to address the credible threats posed by white nationalists including those that surfaced with last week's deadly attack on the capital the fbi surveilling king and using dubious reasoning to do so isn't altogether shocking for much of the country's history sabotaging black rebellion by any means necessary has been integral to preserving white political power. The new and still contested development is finally accepting black people as active participants in american democracy and quotes.

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"martin luther" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

01:31 min | 11 months ago

"martin luther" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"Not working today and what. What do we need to do. We don't. I'll tell you what we play. I'll know facebook. Youtube will allow with player. Martin luther king before the tonight's for this morning's over how about that barbie. Because then if i play a few little bit martin. Luther king's speech. I think i will feel better about myself and i won't feel so guilty. That is being. You've been glow selfish. 'cause it's freecell the is being a little because you know we honored this man that i i didn't recognize it at all so i think Right now while we had the moment well before the show when we're playing that down because lord knows i don't want to forget we're someone looking but probably not one you don't feel guilty not one bit or you just push right right right. Yeah you'd be so so. I say this everyone doing this for bob. Insignia myself before shows for the show. Today will play a little. Two minutes of dr martin. Luther king how about that. Yes i do anybody and yeah they care. Do you guys care number one. If you even put the cam take care. Shown black folks why folks are listening latinos even care a grassy. Say he always celebrate our movement. Okay come on let me know. Let me know if you care. I'll just say they.

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"martin luther" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:41 min | 11 months ago

"martin luther" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"For violence. Uh, we're having a hard time finding anything but a couple of crackpots. I mean, I know it's what crackpots do, but Violence that is being, uh, predicted way can't find evidence off anywhere. We'll get into that. And, of course, Martin Luther King. It's Martin Luther King Day in 60 seconds Glenn Beck program. 18 of weight loss regimen night. Dear diary. The doors are locked. Hear drums in the deep I I may have stolen the sacred leftover cheeseburger and Running down a long corridor to the bedroom and my wife may have discovered it before had a chance to destroy the evidence. I feel she may wait me out on the other side of the door. But you'll never get it back. It's mine. It came to me. My own cheeseburger. My fresh is Love Glenn. Well, that was really weird. But sometimes when you're you know, eating healthy food, you kind of lose your mind. I want to talk to you a little bit about build bars, low calorie, low sugar, high protein, high fiber, and they taste like a candy bar. It's healthy for you, but it tastes like it's made with real chocolate. And yet it's healthier than your average protein bar. I don't know how they do it..

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"martin luther" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"martin luther" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

"Well. The sermon or podcast from today, but here's the thing. So imagine. So every time he would do something wrong. He would do penance one of the one of the the monks in the monastery the Abbot would say every time Martin Luther, would come out from being in there for hours and hours. There were very often times when Martin Luther would walk down the hall make a U-TURN and go back into the pinch room because there was another send that entered his mind as he was going back to is rough. So you gotta understand I'm not putting down I'm just saying this is the culture. Arden Luther in which he came into, and so when he reads, the righteous shall live by faith backing five and Romans The righteous shall live by faith it is mind blowing to him when he reads the book of revelations and he reads that you're you're not justified by works, but by faith imagine now, the pendulum swings from anything to do with law or work or action, and it swings all the way over to the face Martin Luther actually wrote extensively against the Jewish people. Now I'm GonNa give me a couple of titles and a finished with one line. He wrote a book called against the Sabbath keepers. He wrote another book called against the Judy Iser and Judy in the final book that I that I I've researches called on the Jews and their lies. In that book, which assignment Mental Work Yeah that's a cancer his final work. Here's what he says and I quote Martin Luther. Martin Luther says we need to burn down every synagogue in town and forced Jews to convert. Or Die. Long quote was that Hitler was Martin Luther. Know that okay. That when I read that for the first time I thought wow. Now again, I'm not saying Martin Luther is a bad man in the you know he's not following the Lord. What I'm is Martin Luther whether Inadvertently or advert the or intentionally. Created this. Them with her so with the reformation in my perspective, we had access to the scriptures and we had separation from the Jewishness, of Jesus, and those two roads basically veered off away from each other and what we're trying to do in this podcast as bring back the Jewishness of Jesus, which basically informed the old and New Testament, and we believe that when you understand some of these things, which many of us don't know and have been taught is going to bring the Bible. Into High, definition for K. Color and it's going to take our discipleship to another level as we plug in. So we we once again as always run out of time, we're going to pick this up next week we're GONNA discuss the levels of Jewish learning, which is where we were trying to get to today but I think we waited through a lot of good stuff. So thanks for listening as always hundreds of thousands of podcasts out there and we appreciate you choosing. Check out the show notes on replicate dot org and check out our social media at replicate men as replicate M. I. N Short for ministry replicate ministries on facebook subscribe to the Podcast, share the podcast elephant about an end as always rate or review the podcast when you get it..

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"martin luther" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"martin luther" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"To the program it is Martin Luther king day and we're gonna go to Virginia here in just a second let me give you a one minute commercial quickly and then we'll right go right to Virginia we welcome back to the program to cope his boots you know they they they just took a survey on what the American footwear is what is the American two and it is the cowboy boot and there's something about the cowboy boot that is universal and is an attitude and it's not an attitude like a a dig me those are those are people that are where in the cheap fake cowboy boots you know and they're where they're just wearing about on Friday night a cowboy boot is something of quality and integrity it's a cowboy is a promise and a handshake that's what it is and that's the way the cove is makes their cowboy boots there's a certain type of person walking around the stage of this Old World and he's the cowboy in all of us he is hardworking filled with great determined to see the world through a certain lands and that's took over us when you put a pair of to co was boots on that cow boy is you you find your front tier you do everything you do what you know is right you do it at the best of your ability and yet don't cut corners and that's the way to cope is makes their boots over two hundred handmade steps that have to be taken and every pair of takeovers boots but the other thing about cowboys is they don't pay high prices they don't they.

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"martin luther" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"martin luther" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In a Vegas today is Martin Luther king junior day on which the country celebrates the life and the legacy of one of the giants of the civil rights movement well Dr king is greatly admire today he faced hatred and mistrust in his time including from US intelligence agencies nineteen sixty three the FBI wrote in a memo that doctor king was quote dangerous and should be quote marked by the agency here's a surveillance followed with the FBI even sending Dr king a threatening letter apparently urging him to commit suicide Dr king surveillance wasn't unique for years black activists have been tracked infiltrated even targeted by the US government activists including ida B. wells Ella Baker and Fred Hampton today this surveillance continues in response to the black lives matter movement long forces stepped up its surveillance of black activists and in twenty seventeen six months into the trump administration the FBI circulated a secret report warning of so called black identity extremism although that specific FBI designation has changed under public pressure advocates are still worried it's replacement still leads to the targeted surveillance of black activists settled here to help us break this down all of this down is not a kia debit Cyril founder and senior fellow at media Jessa's Nakia great to have you with us thanks for having me so let's go through some history here what is the surveillance and civil rights leaders look like in the nineteen sixties and seventies well like you described a movie had the counterintelligence program of the FBI it started around nineteen fifty six and some say it was ended in nineteen seventy one but it wasn't and as much as it was found out by a team of white activists that broke into some FBI offices in stole the papers then no not that Colin top of papers that out at the program we're talking about a long history of covert operations against domestic political groups I'm using methods at the time such as wiretaps discrediting falsifying information reading and sending mail are falsely setting up conflicts both between activists in between activism police Austin that ended UP I that was somebody dead or somebody in prison for the rest of their lives false arrest and other kinds of infiltration so how did the FBI and law enforcement rationalize the surveillance well you know surveillance historically has been intended to monitor dissidents and police race so they are you know they rationalize it by claiming one that the rise of a quote unquote black messiah that was J. two J. Edgar Hoover's words with their and the national security of the United States in fact political dissidents whether you're talking about the American Indian movement they're talking about and you know environmental activists others has always been framed as a threat to national security but that's only because national security has been framed as protecting the interests of white supremacy moving up to what we're seeing today what we know so far about the quote black identity extremism label from the FBI report the title has changed and now they kind of just talk about identity extremists but you know part of the problem with that terminology is that it both focuses on on black activist well actually denying or preventing any focus on white nationalists who are actually responsible for something like eighty percent of domestic terrorism in the United States distance enough for yes done both by media justice and the ACLU color change in the center for constitutional rights and others they found you know a few things they found out for example the FBI was able to alert officials about of protesters planned to travel from New York to Ferguson for protest on thanksgiving day a couple years ago in in the question is you know how did they know that you know what techniques have they been using to monitor black activism one of the problems is that we don't know right so that's why the four years are so important in those are our freedom of information act requests and to find out more about how this designation is affecting the surveillance of black activists there have been people arrested or have there any been any other tangible consequences are the surveillance to your knowledge well we know that one young man his name rock him by looks alone and was arrested in Texas use the first you know publicly known activists to be arrested under that designation and he was arrested you know on a gun charge in a gun possession charge but how they how they came to know he had a gun in his home and you know thanks the question you know he was arrest you bought when he was arrested they also removed reading material from his home you know reading material that would be considered you know radical that is not unprecedented but it is unusual so you know so we have that arrest that we know for a fact was made under that designation and then we have plenty of other arrests of black activists that were improper what the fact is though that these programs like counterintelligence program in the sixties are done in secret and so we know very little about how they operate that's part of the the I need to investigate what are black active is doing today in order to protect themselves from this sort of surveillance well you know first of all we understand that there's no there's no sense of real safety that that's not really possible to take the given the technology of the day what folks are doing is they are you know turning lost a geo location on their phones when they protest we are becoming aware of that use a sting ray devices in protecting our phones in the ways that we can statewide cell site interceptors which you know monitor wide swaths of cell phone use and you know making very in love but the fact is at the end of the day the most secure community as an organized community at the end of the day there's very little that we can do technically to protect ourselves but there's a lot we can do in terms of our behavior and how we organize it how it looks relationships with one another and that's kind of where we where we see the most focus and an improvement and not here real quick do you think that these this knowledge about surveillance has kept people away or is it actually driving recruitment two organizations that fight for you know black rights you know this isn't just about surveillance it's about the fact that digital technologies are being used to increase the policing and and imprisonment of black people.

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"martin luther" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"martin luther" Discussed on WTOP

"The legacy of Dr Martin Luther king junior honor today in the district I'm Melissa Howell WTOP at twelve thirty one hello world disarming you and me lowered the prime rate that's the question you can never answered nor can you tell us how any of the new laws that he's advocating would have stopped the tragedy in Virginia beach last year he can answer that question either gun rights advocates feel Richmond's capital square and the streets of the city on this chilly and sometimes tense Monday afternoon they've been rallying and lobbying against tighter gun control laws in the Commonwealth W. T. of these Max Smith is in Richmond he joins us live some Max what's been going on during the past ninety minutes or so I guess the rally wrapped up yes the rally wrapped up just as the General Assembly session gaveled in for the day as it does every year that rally in the last hour or so as lawmakers go into their caucus meeting that caught up with them Democrats outside their caucus meeting putting up on the Lopez of Arlington who said basically look yes there are thousands of people here today but they're also thousands of people who voted for Democrats gave Democrats the majority in Richmond this year and that's why Democrats are moving forward on some of these gun bills that have so disturbs so many of the people who are out here today wearing orange guns save lives stickers or someone even was holding up a sign that said the American revolution began overlap you heard that does sound bite we just played from that rally Vallier who was talking about the the legislative session and the laws that Virginia governor Ralph north on is backing what are some of those laws that these protesters gathered around to dispute today there's a few one is one that actually it was struck by the Senate but there was a proposal that would have created a Virginia ban on assault weapons that no longer under consideration in the Senate but the ones that are moving forward from Democrats one that I heard it pretty heated dispute between advocates and US senator Jennifer Boyce go of loud in Fairfax county over is a red flag law that is one that's been passed in more than ten other states and it basically allows a court you temporarily removed guns from someone who is determined to be a threat to themselves or others while that can also can't stop mass shootings it's also I intended to help deal with the the problem of suicide and so there are a number of bills like that the one handgun a month permit permission to by law that was repealed in twenty twelve by the Republican legislature in Virginia and there's also a universal background checks but generally there's opposition among the people who showed up here today many wearing camouflage or carrying long guns in the area just outside the small securities on they all basically say no laws having to do with guns whatsoever okay thank you Max that's W. T. O. P.'s Max Smith part of our live team coverage of the gun rights rally in Richmond's of course more big news from Capitol Hill lists afternoon that's happening this week president trump's legal team just filed a new brief spelling out his defenses preparations move ahead for the effective start of his Senate impeachment trial tomorrow let's get the latest from W. T. O. P.'s Mitchell Miller the one hundred and ten page brief argues that the president did absolutely nothing wrong and that the articles against him abuse of power and obstruction of Congress are not impeachable offenses it also calls the case a dangerous perversion of the constitution the seven house managers who will press the case meanwhile have been meeting at the capitol and conducted a walkthrough in the Senate chambers their preparations come as political leaders continue to hash out details over how the trial will proceed on Tuesday the Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer complains there's been little guidance from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell leader McConnell has still not come up with his proposal that's unheard of we don't know what it is I as democratic leader don't know what it is but McConnell is said he plans a trial that will be based on the model of the impeachment trial of former president Bill Clinton on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news it's twelve thirty five coming up next it's a day of reflection at the seas Martin Luther king junior Memorial Day so are you the type of guy the once look put together but doesn't want to spend hours at the mall finding you clothes so you can look great at the office on the road or even just on the weekend with friends and.

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"martin luther" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"martin luther" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"On the seventy seven W. A. C. apps I am a Salzburg city again on this day we celebrate doctor Martin Luther king it and and I have to tell you I think it was the seventh grade I was in the seventh grade a marine park junior high school in Brooklyn and if I was in miss Miller is English class and I was picked they picked somebody from each class too it was like you know to be some kind of order and I was picks and it she gave me the Martin Luther king speech and like when you think about it like that you know for king of seventh eighth grade that was a pretty big deal get to talk about a whole okay talk in front of well I was never shy about like that as you might be able to figure out but anyway there I was and he you know listen everybody knows the let freedom ring speech but because a lot of people were doing it to you know kids we were kids that no I wasn't the first one up and in fact that was towards the end and the program was running and this the entire you know the your toys packed with kids and parents the whole school and if the program went overboard so just as Russ Salzburg what was known as Russell or rusty just as I go let freedom ring rank how can make it up I swear to god the whole place absolutely lost that absolutely lost it but rather than me talk about let freedom ring let's hear it from the man who said it Dr Martin Luther king one day when I.

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"martin luther" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"martin luther" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"January the twentieth Martin Luther king day Tony mascara in four runs Saint Pierre prince Harry in his wife Meghan making their choice a radical break from palace protocol constant press intrusion a lavish funded lifestyle now in exchange they'll get personal freedom the opportunities start fresh in Canada without the pre requisites and burden of their status as royal Highnesses there's a price for the celebrity Harian Meghan will no longer be able to officially represent his grandmother Queen Elizabeth the second and events throughout the world they have also agreed to repay taxpayer funds that were used to renovate their house near Windsor Castle and to pay rent on the property the contours of this rupture clear but the path area Megan will choose is still to be determined some possible options for the now not so royal couple they could launch a for profit business since they are not receiving taxpayer funds they could follow through on plans to start a major charity to emphasize issues they focused on including the empowerment of women improvement of mental health care and protection of international wildlife they could even move into a new field like TV or movie production Meghan is also free to resume her acting career which was going strong when she met hairy nearly four years ago after much anticipation the third impeachment trial U. S. history is set to start tomorrow fox's John decker has more from the White House Senate Democrats tomorrow are likely to force a vote on their desired witnesses which include former national security adviser John Bolton and acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney but that effort is likely to fail largely along party lines Republican senator Susan Collins has said she supports waiting until arguments from both sides have been presented before deciding on witnesses as was done in the Clinton impeachment trial the trials exact schedule rules and length remain unclear but the White House signaled last week that it anticipates the proceedings will wrap up within two weeks at the White House John decker fox news and turned to ten reporting admitted killer Craig price pleaded guilty on Friday to attempted murder in Florida and was sentenced to twenty five years in prison the Swanee Cork of court officers had price will serve the sentence in Florida where he's been locked up since two thousand for the sentence will be followed by ten years probation prices trial was slated to begin January twenty eighth in the stabbing of a fellow inmate in twenty seventeen before the plea prices tentative release date was listed as November fifth twenty nineteen on the Florida department of corrections website price became notorious in Rhode Island for the murders of four people before he was sixteen he stabbed thirty nine year old Joan Heaton nearly sixty times in nineteen eighty nine killing her in her home on metropolitan drive in Warrick during the middle of the night he was just fifteen at the time that same night he also murdered Heaton's daughter ten year old Jennifer and eight year old Melissa stabbing Jennifer sixty two times and crushing Melissa scroll prices now forty five years old Boston Massachusetts lawmakers weighing a proposal that would give cities and towns greater leeway in allowing sixteen and seventeen year olds to vote in municipal elections on Wednesday of last week the joint committee on election laws plan to hold a public hearing in the state house on a number of bills including two that would let every citizen sixteen or seventeen years of age who's a resident in the city or town where he or she claims the right to vote to be placed on the voting lists for local elections the bill wouldn't lower the voting age state wide but instead let's cities and towns extend the franchise to sixteen and seventeen year olds without having to seek permission from the legislature the administrator of the what island veterans home is retiring former army general Rick Baccus submitted a letter to the state office of Veterans Affairs last week with notice of his plan to step down in a couple of months the Bristol based facility wrapped up a reconstruction project the twenty seventeen but more recently there's been criticism over operational changes that have been made due to financial issues back is said in his letter that he's always done is best for the veterans who are residents of the home Providence Catholic diocese says it's removing a retired priest from participating from further activities after suspension for investigation of alleged sexual abuse the Providence dicey says it was notified by the diocese of fall river mass last Thursday about the action being taken against father Edward Byington products dioceses Byington assisted advances in parishes including Saint Augustine in Providence Saint Joan of arc in Cumberland and Saint Joseph in west Warwick we also taught at the parish school part time at this time the prominence dicey says there are no known allegations against him while he was here six twenty traffic.

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"martin luther" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"martin luther" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Soccer Martin Luther king day today and it's also national disc jockey to tell you what this means to some people who push buttons in place on seven point one now my so so I'm so it is the you want to how to make me smile so it is doctor Martin Luther king day in the nation's capital Toby in Chile in the morning ninety seven.

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"martin luther" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"martin luther" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Martin Luther king day I also encourage folks to connect with their school or with their church or house of worship to determine if they are hosting service opportunity because there's lots of less formal opportunities as well so how do you know how does Kentucky compare with other states as far as the rate of volunteering said the Louisville area has a relatively high rate of thirty one percent of Louisville residence volunteer Kentucky ranks number thirty nine amongst the states for volunteerism but there are always opportunities to increase that and the Martin Luther king day of service is a great one in terms of getting folks engaged in experiencing the MLK day as a springboard for service that would last throughout the year I also noted that thirty one percent rate reflects individuals who are volunteering with organizations and that many Americans do volunteer work in their community helping a neighbor helping a child it's not necessarily captured in that statistic yeah interestingly sixty four point six the nearly sixty five percent of Kentucky residents donate to charity which is a really impressive number wow it is yeah what we are kind of it sounds like we're right in the middle of states as far as the percentage of people who volunteer that's correct what should people do you meant you you you mentioned this but what can people do who want to volunteer and just don't know where to begin there are so many different kinds of service projects out there be that building or repairing a home or working in a soup kitchen or helping with the park or playground cleanup there's lots of different opportunities that exist and I'd encourage going.

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"martin luther" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"martin luther" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We've talked a lot about professional football here in a minute. And our next guest is certainly heading in that direction. The great linebacker from the university of Alabama MAC Wilson who announced the other day that he will move on after distinguished career at the university. Mac. Thank you, very very much for joining us. Good afternoon to you and congratulations on your time at Alabama. Noon. He was well, thank you for having math before we talk about Alabama. I wanna ask you because we just got through playing a clip in commemoration of this holiday honoring Dr Martin Luther King, and I know young people don't have the kind of recollection as some of us who were alive during Dr king's life. But but as a young person growing up in Montgomery, Alabama place that was very integral in Dr king's rise. As a minister, the he pastored a church there. What does this day mean to you? A lot of you know, mom, McCain was wasn't man whose bear quarter in and around Gherman, basically, you know, well from his fight facilities equalize Islam able to play football the grade school like Alabama, you know, he was a hero. And he soon America will occur lead. Like, and he also, you know, he died for freedom as well. Well, what an what an incredible and very poignant answer for someone who who grew up many years after Dr king had left Montgomery, but that's that's that's really very memorable answer. Well, MAC let me move on to your career at Alabama. Now that it's over. I'm sure a lot of memories are passing three your your mind. What stands out? There's out. I mean for my career is is being able to play, you know, with a lot of great group of guys, you know, even from freshman year until this point, you know, how at great team made caring team as he will always love each other like brothers. And you know, there's just experienced the play on the great coaches and also on great coaches in the world co saving, you know. It was a Hughes unin that's something that I cherish forever. You know, you can't get back in time. I enjoy my years here. But no, you got to move on to the next step in life. And not to rush you to the NFL, but certainly projection this is projection season. And there's there's still plenty for you to do in terms of of working out and being examined. But how do you feel right now? What are you hearing? Great, you know out here. A lot of things I have little chance to go first around they go out there, or whatever the case may be, but you know, not paying his anything like that. Because at the end of the day, you know, the worst has to be put in I still have to fill case, you know, my ability to to beat a player to everybody thinks I am I still have to. So you know, NFL teams that have great care some great person. You know, I love football. And I'm not just playing football just to be playing. So, you know, there's a lot of things that you know, I have to work on these lakes past six weeks before the combined and to continue to be a better person than a player. Now, not not to Russia told him in two weeks since your last game. But what what are you doing right now? Because this isn't something you can just take vacation. I mean, you gotta get ready. What what are you doing right now to to get ready for the combine? You know, obviously we lost. You know, we got back took the the Sunday off the Monday off. And I went to work at Tuesday, you know, because there's no there's no time to waste. I can't be sitting around everybody else working hard and preparing themselves to you know, for the next chapter..

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"martin luther" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"martin luther" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"I'm here with teddy I teddy high, and I'm here with Arthur high are high. Guess what? Are we going to talk about stay Martin Luther King junior? It the things that he did great. It why civil rights that are here today should should have been there. What Hughes alive? Okay. So who was Martin Luther King junior? He was just super smart boy, you skip to create a man who believe in peaceful, peaceful protests integrate leader of the civil rights movement. Okay. So teddy is looking at a book that he read called who was Martin Luther King junior from who HQ and who's it by by body baiter, okay in so Teddy's read this book, and he's gonna tell us a little bit about Martin Luther King junior. So when and where was Martin Luther King junior born on January fifth nineteen twenty died in the city of lead to Georgia. Okay. Arthur what were you gonna say black and white bow can now go to same school? Yeah. That's true. Do you go to the same school as little? Kitts? Yes. Yeah. I do. And are you able to use the same water fountain and sit at the same lunch table? Yes. And you think that's good? Yes. Kindle at school sits at at the lunch table that. I sit at are you friends? Yes, we're best friends. And does it matter that you look a little bit different? No does that change anything about who you are or what kind of people you can be. No because. You should always you should always judge people by their character. Not by the color of their skins in. What does it mean to judge people by their character? Of what their behavior is what they do. Not the color of the skin what was life like in the south in the US south. When Martin Luther King junior was a kid. It's here in this book. So. So here's a quote from the book. Martin Luther King junior was always very good student. He loved region make speeches he studied very hard. Skipped two grades at just fifteen years old graduated from high school that sober Martin works. Martin worked at Siddons Simsbury, Connecticut. It was barred first time with the north. He had a job in tobacco fields Hughes. Surprised to see how different life was for blacks in the north black children did white tilted went to the same schools. There is no separate restaurants. So as I said. Thousands. What it was like the door. Okay. So that's. So the question she asked about how was in the south. So I was reading that part of the book about the north. So just so you know, that the north of the south was the opposite of north so So to stop. stop me. Well, you south was opposite. As the north the because there's a lot of things that weren't there. Blacks could goes say breath rods. Drink the same waterfowl dudes, go to different schools. So what were the different schools like black and white coat in? What was the difference between those kinds of schools? What did the white schools have that the blood schoo- student have white? They had white playground. So what did the white schools have that the black schools didn't have playgrounds for the grounds in what else guests or even windows? Okay. So it sounds like they were separate or even how big and Samal. Yes. So the the schools for the black kids were smaller. Sometimes. Yes. And does that seem very fair to you guys? Go why not it is not Humaid ok p people should be treated that way..

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"martin luther" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"martin luther" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Cake Martin Luther King. No, more cooking. One more time in four tomorrow. Sunshine, sixty degrees. Martin Luther King. Can you? Lacaille Martin Luther King, even if he said, well, I would never say never say Coon James of never said TI the decided that's never been slip up. I guess what? They're trying to say. Is that Martin Lou Lou? And if you're talking with the king, the king king. That's a conversation. You might have had to create. He said that before that came out to natural feeds resonant white guy. Steve Steve Martin Luther King on air. Steve that real fast. Go Martin Luther King. Have you ever been a monkey? Have you ever been amongst your circle and heard people make that joke like Martin Luther Coon union, actually. No that's more like sixty saying. Okay. Got you the same exact thing happened to Mike Greensburg from ESPN the same exact same. Exact maybe the neighbors. Best friends. Speaking to the phone a lot. I don't know. But Martin Luther King. Horrible that. He would he said I would never say anything like that. I was talking too fast and slurring my words, and he said, I'm very sorry that my number this morning gave so many people the wrong impression. Baby, though, because you know, Martin Luther King junior day is right around the corner. Yes. And now that he's put that into the atmosphere. You're gonna see a lot of that on that toxic. Please call it social media. So don't don't fall for the bait and be going back and forth with trolls. Because you know, that's what they're gonna do. Not goodness. All right. Well, that's.

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