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"The any AC national monument and preserve gets the fewest visitors of any national park, and it boasts no rangers. No trails and no waiting in line. All the more reason Christopher Solomon went out of his way to hike a few summers ago. Chris, welcome great to be here. Is this actually a national park or what's the technicality they're. Technically Rick any act check national. Monument and preserve is its name and it. It is not a national park, but it is the least visited unit of the four hundred and one properties in the national park system, so nobody goes there white. Why do they even bother thinking of it? As part of the system you, you'd think that the least visited might be something like the Martin Van Buren national birthplace right, but no It's Antioch Chat in two. Thousand Twelve Anne check had nineteen visitors last year might have picked up to a hundred or so and you were there with how? How many people in your party three of us three of us now? Where is it and how do you get? There visualizes for me if you look at the map of Alaska Alaska? has this big tale that kind of frozen, fourteen hundred mile tail, that wags westward at come shotgun, and that's the Aleutian islands and the base of that tail is the Alaska Peninsula, and that's where any act check. You know if I wanted to go there next week. Where would I fly? What I just rent a car and drive there, or how'd I get that so one of the reasons rick? Not, very popular is it's hard to get to from Seattle where I live. It took US three flights to anchorage to King Salmon to Port Heiden which is just an airstrip built for World War Two in the middle of nowhere on the Bering Sea and then we backed packed with sixty five pound packs for twenty two miles to reach the centerpiece of the the. The National Monument, which is a gorgeous volcanic crater, so ease of access is not one of its selling points. Is it worth the trouble? Yeah, I was thinking about this on the drive over here and how to summarize it. I have had the good fortune to travel all over the world as a travel writer, I was with a photographer who shoots pictures all over. Over the world and beautiful places we agreed we'd never seen a place as unique as okay. How can you write in? Your article is just gorgeous about this that it was mind-bending. Lee Gorgeous is the desolation that's part of it, or what makes it better than just going to any national park, so maybe to convey what it's like I need to tell you just. Just a little bit about its geologic in human history, which is more interesting than it sounds about the time. The Egyptians were ruling the world. A seven thousand foot volcano blew its top with a with a force of ten thousand nuclear bombs ruined the bigger eruptions we we know of, and then the volcano collapsed on itself and created a crater that could swallow Manhattan. That crater filled with water, so it looked like crater lake national park, then that lake blew out in his biblical flood in over the next couple thousand years, this lost worlds was sort of created inside that crater, and it just went kind of unnoticed, except for the native peoples for thousands of years until nineteen thirty, when this man called the glacier priests arrived, and the Glacier priest was father, Bernard, how he's one of these Jesuit priests who was cut from the old cloth, swashbuckling sort of Jesuits, and he, he barnstorm all over the forty-ninth state, having these wild adventures by Bush plane. Plane by dog sled is write ups win the Saturday Evening Post and the National Geographic and in nineteen thirty, he wrote about visiting Antioch Check, and he described it as paradise found this this lost world where orchids bloomed in the volcanically warmed soil, and the rabbits were gigantic, and they came up and walked right up to his crew, which was a bunch of the Santa Clara football players, and and they felt bad killing them to eat them, but they did anyway. Did you read his writing the in preparation for your trip so I? Did I read about his writings about the great? Great Moon Crater of the earth called it, and then what happened is he wanted to go back the next year nineteen, thirty one and any act check blew up again, and he goes back and talks about it no longer in these Milton, s Kinda paradise found terms, but but in this dante-esque hellish terms describes himself peering into this blackened inferno, and then they go into the crater a couple months after it's blown up again, and they nearly die of poisonous gasses, and they're, and they're put their beans on a funeral and their beans Boileau, and they shove a thermometer in the ground. Ground thermometer explodes, and it's just this hellish wild landscape. That's the setting we go back eight years later. Just kinda see what it's like, and a lot of the soot has washed off from that nineteen thirty one explosion, but it has this kind of Sier Flinty beauty desolation sublime.
"martin van buren" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"After president Martin Van Buren seventeen after this is America in the morning I'm John trout March is women's history month correspondent Linda Kenyon looks at recent efforts in the house to make the E. R. A. an amendment we want in the constitution of the United States of America that's Jackie spear the chief sponsor of the bill passed in the house to reopen the process to add the equal rights amendment to the U. S. constitution the house voted to thirty two to one eighty three to remove the nineteen eighty two deadline for the states to ratify the ERA the amendment prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex it was first passed by Congress in nineteen seventy two and the states were given an extension until nineteen eighty two to pass it states only reach that goal in January when Virginia became the thirty eight states to ratify the amendment house speaker Nancy Pelosi is one of the amendment's strongest supporters we take a giant step toward equality for women progress for families and a stronger America house Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler is also a strong supporter this is long overdue legislation to ensure that the equal rights amendment can finally become the twenty eighth amendment to the United States constitution but removing the deadline for ratification doesn't sit well with some Republicans in the house including representative Doug Collins of Georgia Congress does not have the power to do that and Collins said the equal rights amendment was really about something else entirely why do they want it because it gives a claim to start to finish unfettered abortion house minority leader Kevin McCarthy did not support the measure quoting Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg one of America's leading champions of women's rights the time has run out it's constitutionally doesn't hold so they have to begin again that's what Ruth pater Ginsburg said as a Supreme Court justice and that's what I believe and then there's an effort by five Republican attorneys general who are seeking to block the E. R. A. saying their states rescinded their ratifications years ago with all of these road blocks in place the amendment is sure to face an uphill climb in the Senate still representative spear is not even close to giving up the fight the women of a Erica are done being second class citizens we are done being paid less for our work done being violated with impunity done being discriminated against for our pregnancies done being discriminated against simply because we are women Linda Kenyon Washington in sports men's and see a a college hoops on ranked St John's beat Creighton tenth ranked Creighton ninety one seventy one there were two other upsets number twenty three Ohio state beat number nineteen Michigan seventy seven sixty three unranked Stanford beat Colorado twenty first ranked seventy two sixty four number eleven a little full beat Virginia Tech sixty eight fifty two and at number twenty five Houston beat Cincinnati sixty eight fifty five nineteen passed the federal reserve's response to corona virus when American morning returns after these messages look around you it's a wireless world and everyone needs a great pair of wireless ear buds so go with ray cons ray Khan started about half the price of any other premium wireless ear buds on the market and.
"martin van buren" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"See I forgot my phone charger the gate since no one let me there's we are going back I'm gonna say be gonna say we just covered that story okay and finally here we go time for all the macaroni and cheese in the shape of the Martin Van Buren no the American flag here we go a German man well this is Jake up the German man made it look like there was a traffic jam on Google maps how did he manage this town Hey he let his vocal music band into a busy street after losing track of the parade route they were following they they already sounded terrible witness Dolph Moore said but once I started wondering into traffic it got way worse B. he dragged a wagon full of iPhones down the sidewalk nine or see he dragged a wagon full of news media or down the sidewalk let's go with the are known to the wagon I have a feeling it's going to be either tomorrow course not this is the sure that's right we'll have to see someone that they can so it's still a gift certificate to jazz alley okay I don't think they'll get to see the particular performers well I guess I'll as you want to lead a half an hour to get there if you ship it out tomorrow morning the US is not very good people listen and then they know that they were there at that show and they would get robbed a house.
"martin van buren" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"But Martin van Buren has been proposed and Hummel's argument is that then Puran was was was the best president because he, he resolutely supported the free market in the constitution at a time when every incentive existed for him to do otherwise. His his, his banking policies introduced what, what is arguably the greatest banking system monetary system in the United States has ever had. He also managed to avoid not one, but two unnecessary wars one with Mexico and one with Britain, which was the effect of particular significance. When we recall what the founders often said about war, and its tendency to undermine free societies. Now where does poor van Buren wind up in the presidential polls. Well, he lacked vision, I suppose, but he kept the country at peace and was resolutely committed to the constitution. Come, what may in nineteen forty eight. He was number fifteen out of twenty nine presidents nineteen sixty two he was seventeen out of thirty one and in two thousand five he was twenty seven out of forty one Arthur, Schlesinger junior complained that van Buren lacked, executive energy. Another historian described van Buren inaugural address as quote, essentially a charter for inaction by hardly need to point out. Those are bad things to the official historians who rank our presidents for us, now, the consistently low rankings of presidents like Ulysses grant, or president, we discussed today. Warren Harding are due in part to the corruption associated with their administrations now to a certain degree. That's all well and good. But what is the teapot, dome scandal compared to Woodrow Wilson's catastrophic decision in the face of strong popular opposition to involve the United States in world? War one, a horrific conflict. The very least Wilson's decision it has been argued pave the way for the ultra nationalist policies of Adolf, Hitler and the Nazis who protested punitive Versailles treaty that the allies would never have been in a position to impose without American assistance. Yet. Wilson is consistently ranked among America's best presidents. Forget the foreign policy disasters. He was responsible for the historians. Hold seem to be saying, and forget the American deaths is decisions caused the man had vision. Well, this brings us to the twenties and Harding, and Coolidge because what we'll find is although they did do more domestically than people realize in terms of building up government. The fact is that they were by twentieth. Century standards, relatively inactive and they're therefore, we're supposed to hate them in rank of low. But again, that's an ideological judgment. Okay. If you want to decide which are the best presidents, you have to decide that on the basis of your own views, and what these people did when they were in office, and whether or not they conform to your views. Well, there's a lot of scandal mongering. We could talk about with, with Harding, official scandals and personal scandals. But I hate to being a scandal longer. You know, the guy's dead. Now as it is I already condemned him in the book, you know. So let's not dwell on that too long. It is interesting to know that on two occasions, when he confronted people who had been engaged in corrupt behavior under his presidency. People went and, and committed suicide after confrontations with with Harding's. So apparently, he could be quite rough on people. But what I wanna point out focus on stead is one. In fact, he did what he did do economically. So I want to focus on the tax policies of the twenties, because they are they are worth revisiting. I mean, it seems like nothing could be less relevant than the tax policy, the twenties. But let's remember that during World War, One, the top income tax rate had been increased from seven percent to seventy three percent. Now I've got I've got students in an online course that I teach. And they all they're always flattering themselves about how wise they all are they're saying they were saying at one point. Well, we know that in our country, we would never tolerate tax rates of fifty or sixty percent. Of course, we would I said, not only would you, but you did for many years in American history. That rates were very, very high. I gave the example of in Britain, the top rate at one point was ninety five percent. That was a, a democracy..
"martin van buren" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Anybody who is criticizing is criminal. You can find C Span's the weekly podcast on the free C span radio app, or wherever you listen to your favorite podcast who was Martin van Buren. Good question. Probably need to ask that question. Martin van Buren was the eighth president of the United States. And he's often forgotten his presidency was only four years long Sunday on in day. Ted Widmer on his biography of president Martin van Buren. He spent a lot of time with Aaron Burr Hamilton's murderer. And there were even rumors persistent throughout the life of Martin van Buren. So persistent that gore Vidal even planted them in his novel bur that Martin van near may have been the illegitimate son of Aaron Burr, and we don't know will ever know. But people are John Quincy Adams once wrote in his diary. I saw that Martin van Buren looks a lot like Aaron Burr axel like Aaron berry sort of always trying to organize factions and get southerners and northerners in political alliances together Sunday night. Night at eight eastern on C Span's QNA. From the Associated Press. President Donald Trump says the US will not Levy additional punitive measures at this time against Saudi Arabia over the killing of Jamal kashogi, president said in a statement, the US does not condone the killing of the US based Saudi columnist for the Washington Post. But that foolishly canceling one hundred ten billion dollars in arms sales as some in. Congress have suggested with only mean that Saudi Arabia will go to other countries to acquire them president said in the statement, he could well be that the crown prince had knowledge of the killing. But he says maybe he did. And maybe he didn't secretary of state Mike Pompeo is scheduled to deliver a statement the subject, we don't know yet. But it's scheduled for one thirty P M eastern. We'll stand by to see what he has to say. And take you there live when he does. C span launched book TV twenty years ago on C span two and since then.
"martin van buren" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Thomas jefferson adjusted net worth two hundred thirty four million george washington by the way five hundred eighty million teddy roosevelt hundred thirty eight million andrew jackson one thirty one james madison one twelfth lyndon baines johnson kirk cox in at one eight herbert hoover eighty eightytwo bill clinton it's a seventy five that's that's in two thousand sixteen fdr fdr sixty six million even obama's on the list at nine million he comes in number hope and change come in number nine number nine number nice not right no there are a lot of the head of him if they are as a head titles ahead george w bush thirty nine james monroe thirty martin van buren twenty nine million grover cleveland twenty eight million george herbert walker bush twenty six john quincy adams twentythree john m twentyone richard nixon seventeen ronald reagan fourteen james k polk eleven john john f kennedy tin dwight eisenhower nine obama nine joe ford nine carter nine tonight zachary taylor seven william henry harrison six million benjamin harrison six million miller feel more for you know whose name i haven't mentioned yet up i gave you an exit abraham abraham lincoln he was one of our poorest presidents he was worth well under one million dollars harry truman also under a million kevin coolidge under a million which wilson under a million james garfield ulysses grant under a million grant was a serviceman so service kirk from what movie did this excerpt come holly gagging around a hundred and twenty degrees me more a hundred and fourteen hey.
"martin van buren" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Not too shabby my friend thomas jefferson property and barnum west right he he married the widow martha curtis and inherited a great deal of money was already wealthy but after marrying her i think he became the wealthiest landowner in virginia if i'm not mistaken or one of them so kirk who's third louis yeah i don't know thomas jefferson adjusted net worth two hundred thirty four million george washington by the way five hundred and eighty million teddy roosevelt hundred thirty eight million andrew jackson won thirtyone james madison one twelfth lyndon baines johnson kirk cox in one oh eight herbert hoover eighty eightytwo bill clinton it's a seventy five that's that's in two thousand sixteen fdr fdr sixty six million even obama's on the list at nine million he comes in number hope and change come in number nine he tied for number nine i said number nice not right there were head of him fdr's ahead pilots hair george w bush thirty nine james monroe thirty martin van buren twenty nine million grover cleveland twenty eight million george herbert walker bush twenty six john quincy adams twentythree john m twentyone richard nixon seventeen ronald reagan fourteen james k polk eleven john john f kennedy tin dwight eisenhower nine obama nine joe ford nine carter nine tonight zachary taylor seven william henry harrison six million benjamin harrison six million feel more four whose name i haven't mentioned yet up i gave you an exit abraham abraham lincoln he was one of our presidents he was worth well under one million dollars harry truman also under a million kevin coolidge under a million which are wilson under a million james garfield ulysses grant under a million grant was a serviceman so your service pay whatever they want kirk from what movie did this excerpt come gagging around texas show and can't be more hundred.
"martin van buren" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Show you are listening to the best of the dennis prager show all right everybody this is dennis prager and i gotta tell you i said this to allen not just telling you i'm hurry excited about my guest and the subject it is really become one of my really fun hours when i talk about when i talk with biographers of the presidents of this country and i actually have restricted at thus far to the obscure ones who did we really did martin van buren i can't believe there's nobody in america who's devoted an hour to martin van buren i don't know if that's a good sign or a bad side about my program but who is the other one we had was at grover no no no he was two two wellknown was rutherford hayes gotta remember the other one and that was fascinating too but now we actually venture to one of the best known presidents and the new biography of andrew jackson his life and times by h w brands who also wrote a bestselling biography of benjamin franklin titled the first american professor brands is professor of history the university of texas at austin professor brands have pledged have you on the program my pleasure you know i always have a lot of questions for biographers but i i want to ask you a professor a question if if you're if this book to becomes a bestseller will you be resented by your fellow academics it's hard to say they're probably well i suppose there could be a certain envy it's not restricted to academics writers are notoriously envious of their successful peers i haven't noticed it particularly and so i really don't expect it to be any problem oh only in that i know for example you are a professor so it may not deflect you as much but i remember barbara tuchman who was not a professor was resented in the admit by many historians because she was not a professor and i don't think she had a phd in history and makes it he's popular histories and if something is popular academia doesn't always have respect for it well it is true that the term popular among academics can be a criticism i happen to think that the best popular historians are among the best historians i think barbara tuchman did wonderful oh i'm sure you do not only in terms of what she portrayed about the beginning of the first world war or the black plague in europe but for bringing a lot of people to the study of history who wouldn't have come otherwise that's an excellent point that's one that ought to be made in the academic world so i hasten to add for everybody that this book is not written in academia as it is actually written in accessible english so i think you need that people need to know that that why did you choose andrew jackson well primarily because there's a huge gap between the appreciation for jackson by jackson's peers in fact his generation and the generations after who considered him the towering figure times jackson was the great man of the first two thirds of the nineteenth century he there are more cities towns lakes squares streets named for andrew jackson then for any other figure in american history so jackson's own watch that that's fascinating well back when i was thinking about this i i tried to come up with some measure of jackson's historical popularity and i couldn't turn to public opinion polls because there weren't any at the time i thought about looking at editorials in newspapers the trouble is a nineteen th century newspapers were by and large organs of political parties and the idea that newspapers should be objective and should sort of flip a coin or render an unbiased judgment between candidates was unknown to people in the nineteenth century if people think that certain news networks today have a partisan ax to grind it was nothing compared to newspapers back in the nineteen right but at least they were honest then that's right they were actually declared this they have that's what europe has to to this day that's right and so for my purposes those that really wouldn't do any good so the best thing i could come up with was the cities towns as i say streets squares that people named for individuals and so i went to an atlas of the united states and i looked in the back and just in the index to.
"martin van buren" Discussed on WWL
"Oh really i guess the whole point is we seem to forget and forgive as we go through and let me just ask you this tim tell me one lie that martin van buren toll go ahead the floor is yours the stage is yours your he forgot about martin van buren let me ask you this tim i n look what what you're saying is right and i don't think it's us presidents on politicians we all lie let's face it but the thing i just want people understand is when it comes to president trump whether you blame it on a liberal media whether you say they all lie have you ever seen the movie the fugitive where harrison ford is at the end of the the sewerage thing and he says i didn't kill my wife and tommy lee jones says i don't care and i think it's the same kind of thing here where yeah i agree with you all presidents lie all politicians lie like i said we all lie but this muller investigation is going on you may not agree with it you may disagree with it but i'm telling you it's not gonna stop unless the president fires muller and if he does all hell's go break loose all we try to do is give you the daily update on what's going on because at big wheel continues to grind in the background and we just won't let you know where it's gone guess all right have a good day.
"martin van buren" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Of all time hours like martin van buren you know at that martin van buren he said what he met eighty feared what he said i hope madam like bad i in pulp eddie wire wayne air to goodwin is william henry hair sipahioglu tyler too that's what i say to this poll was somewhat progressive though because it they did call cell phones to it's not just got a bunch of more idiots had hi everybody in the poll good or bad as somebody who's been president in the last fifty years so does make any sense abe lincoln george washington that'll don't make the list i guess non they were slaveowners abe lincoln yeah heavy high athena said they aladi i wasn't aware of that i wasn't aware that a all day he was white array of the sea do the man yes this next study comes from mit you are we still doing studies yes other surveys and also because of the data said that we wanted to cover all these things i love you like me tim andrews but when i hear studies surveys and polls makes me want to dance now i let good dance music by hence wiput the discotheque music on of making fun of go ahead okay uh so this study from owners were really understod this really struggled this this next that is the first time ever thought down by his alcoholism yeah he's usually a functional alcoholic gotta say this morning between all the alcohol in the atlanta united game i real he goes to atlanta united gave starts out everything starts with the brunch where that nato thing these drunk before you even gets there and we wish marty were responsible because we weren't in this state you can't branchville 1230 so we bought everything ahead of time on saturday all we could brunch together sirleaf the lobby dare yes he was operated by ten am we were you had see you had a beer why the law you wanna be soccer hooligans next survey study indoor pole all right this size next that he comes from mit where it says that uh basically false news stories travel way faster than the truth among social media platforms we need a study for this yeah but we already know somebody studies of.
"martin van buren" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"No that is yes um and a very small um forms and k you said i i don't know what that is yet the the pin pick and shoes choose which car are you going to keep which one of one point you keep them you'll need to uh martin van buren or the other one shell for um is i think it to two thousand on era and he bought it i'm not from a proven her at war ended up twenty four hundred let's fairly injury than milka so it's it's worth a couple groom yeah roca all right good news um well here's a couple things to think through number warm shower this is an amazing thing for year young family to go through um number two i'm going to assign one of our coaches that has been through our training to walk with you through this at no charge we don't sell anything and we don't want anything we just want help you okay right are are you in a good church luca gut she got some support around june hopefully family as well then what i try to do is i know if something happened to sharon we've been married thirty four years and if something happened to her i wouldn't be able to breathe for a while and it it this is really really fresh right now and some some days you do well and other days you don't and that would be normal grieving for normal people in your situation okay ll.
"martin van buren" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Currents of my colleague of the independence institute was sitting in on colorado inside out on kddi which is colorado public television um i said all right if the rule is that you needed democrat president who had no slaves and no sex scandals are the ones that he came up with martin van buren that'd be good dinner for the democrats the martin van buren dinner franklin pierce franklin pierce scratch my brain i franklin pierce would be that president when you're trying to name all all the president's it'd be like on the top of the list of the ones you forget grover cleveland you have to remember grover because his name has grover harry truman follow harry truman did get in trouble as vice president when there was a picture of him at some sort of event was a gorgeous female singer on his lap as he was playing the piano trying to remember his wife was rather upset about it but it was just a photograph so harry truman the truly dinner that wouldn't be bad i'm sure people democrats wouldn't be upset to have the only man who had ordered atomic weapons to be used on civilian populations can aim their dinner after that person i think that that would work jimmy carter the carter dinner that's not bad who doesn't like jimmy carter he's one of the finest expresidents we've ever had and of course barack obama who didn't have slaves and from what we can tell never had a sex scandal the not let's remember maybe you're old enough to recall that jimmy carter while he was never accused of any sex scandal he did say he lusted in his heart to remember that i'm trying to remember what interview that was that he has lost in his heart oh shucks so which of those work i guess the ones you we don't know grover cleveland the cleveland dinner thought i just don't think that's going to work um eric sonderman who is a political strategist in consultant had this to say on the subject there's only one thing these days that unites democrats they don't know what therefore but they sure know what they're against so i think they need to call it the donald trump dinner because that's the unifying factor for democrats these days like that idea the donald trump dinner the key every thoughts on this one 'cause i think this this could this could be good um.
"martin van buren" Discussed on WDRC
"You who were called to freedom brother only do not use your freedom as an opportunity for the flesh of through love serve one another martin van buren said the less government interferes with private pursuits the better for general prosperity you know a government interferes with private pursuits our several different ways over regulation is one and um most people don't feel like we are under regulated few do bottom they're generally the people that like to run a choice anyway um the other way government of fear interferes with private pursuits his by taking your money it's called taxation excessive taxation is excessive interference and there's no question weren in an overregulated in excessive taxation environment and that's not because that we hate poor people on the contrary poor people are best served by any institution other than the government and that would include communities that would include churches and that would include individuals and by the way that's biblical there's nowhere inch scripture nowhere in scripture that the government is used to care for those who are marginalized as an act of charity somehow we've done a group of people who have equated increased taxation as a charitable act for the poor and it's not lautem debate and talk about that with a gop tax bill passing this weekend and gone to conference show we'll see what it ends up being doesn't appear to be that big a change um and it's really interesting than oh you know abu the cry being in the wining and the carping from both sides of the aisle i mean i'm amazed as some of you friends of mine that her in a big time conservatives have lost their ability to think clearly in the name of politics i guess it's always been that way i guess i'm getting old and i'm just observing the whole trump and hillary duboc hole where we had to horrible candidates of horrible character and we were supposed to choose between them um and really you're left.
"martin van buren" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"With choosing not the person in either case but in the instead in the ideology that you believed in the the ideas or the issues that they believe in trying to align yourself with one of those are the other and you were stuck with that but in the middle of that there's people that actually are are enthralled with the with the quality of their either one of those character which is just astounding to me it is astounding that you would really look at either one of arms character and go oh my gosh that is just a for jewish person he complete bought you've gotta be kidding me yeah it's amazing people just loser i mean now i have friends who you know if you don't say that trump is most wonderful man that's ever lived the you know an end that all everything negative that serban said about him is alive they won't hardly speak to you anymore that's absurd subservient and i am no other people feel strongly about hillary and that's absurd site just people have lost their minds i here i don't know where this ah twenty four seven news cycle were these things channels just constantly trying to drum up ratings by making you angry at the other side but it is in regardless of that you're still responsible for your critical thought so you know what what is all that come from the less government interferes with private research the better for general prosperity martin van buren interesting oh thing is interesting to me i was thinking about this morning the people that are so against capitalism and r four this wealth inequality movement generally call themselves progressives and the people that run facebook i think we can all safely say they're progressives and the people that run amazon i think we can all safely say they're progressives um i mean by social worker bird right people running apple i think you can safely say that progress has people were and go guangqi to save we say their progressives liberals three four of the biggest most controlling companies in the world and very successful provide incredible i do business with ivory mother i mean they're they provide incredible service and we work with gugel we work with apple products we work with.
"martin van buren" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"The all of the structure of the day relations 513 for you who were called to freedom brother only do not use your freedom as an opportunity for the flesh through love serve one another martin van buren showed the less government interferes with private pursuits the better for general prosperity your government interferes with private pursuits oh several different ways over regulation is one and um most people don't feel like we are under regulated view do but uh they're generally the people that like to run h anyway um the other way government of fear interferes with profit pursuits is by taking your money it's called taxation excessive taxation is excessive interference and there's no question weren in an overregulated excessive taxation environment on that's not because that we hate poor people on the contrary poor people are best served by any institution other than the government and that would include communities i would include churches and that would include individuals and by the way that's biblical there's nowhere in scripture nowhere in scripture that the government is used to care for those who are marginalized as an act of charity somehow we've got a group of people who have equated increased taxation as a charitable act for the poor and it's not on debate and talk about that with a gop tax bill passing this weekend gone the conference show we'll see what it ends up being doesn't appear to be that big a change um and it's really interesting that oh you know the the cry being in the wining in the carping from both sides of the aisle i mean i'm amazed as some of you friends of mine that are in a big time conservatives have lost their ability to think clearly in the name of politics i guess it's always been that way i guess i'm getting old and i'm just observing the whole trump and hillary duboc where we had to horrible candidates of horrible character and we were supposed to choose between them on and really.
"martin van buren" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Like it you know if i'm four conservative values automatically have to worship donald trump and i gotta tell you i don't and yet i'm definitely economically a conservative socially i'm a conservative i'm probably economically it libertarian probably because i would go with martin van buren here the less government interferes with private pursuits the better for general prosperity kind of an economic statement right it's very interesting towns will live in uganda but my challenge for you guys our listeners is not the maki mad if you want to get mad i mean that's hina getting line crap there is a whole bunch of people mad at me it generally means though that you get your head stuck safari politics you can think anymore and that's what we keep running into and i i actually i mean i know people who are respect their intellect who have slipped a gear man they have lost their ability to think through things all through the paradigm of republican or democrat conservative or liberal trumper hillary and they get twisted in that and then they try to use some kind of toxic version of scripture to justify their existence oh my goodness gracious you are really reach in there wow well you need to establish what you believe independent of the personalities that are involved including this one learn to think for yourself that's what we teach you around here all the time and we'll help you though i by the way if you're a left wing wacko i'll help you if you're right wing lukko of opium we love you have to take care of him that's what will do that puts his showing the bucks we'll be back with you before you know it in the meantime remember there's ultimately only one way to financial peace national.
"martin van buren" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"The no callers to ensure the day relations 513 for you a who were called to freedom brother only do not use your freedom as an opportunity for the flesh through love serve one another martin van buren said the less government interferes with private pursuits the better for general prosperity you know a government interferes with private pursuits i wonder several different ways the over regulation is one and um most people don't feel like we are under regulated view do but a they're generally the people that like to run r wage anyway um the other way government a fear interferes with private pursuits is by taking your money it's called taxation excessive taxation is excessive interference and there's no question were in in an overregulated excessive taxation environment and that's not because that we hate poor people on the contrary poor people are best served by any institution other than the government and that would include communities that would include churches and that would include individuals and by the way that's biblical there's nowhere in scripture nowhere in scripture that the government is used to care for those who are marginalized as an act of charity the somehow we've gotten a group of people who have equated increased taxation as a charitable act for the poor and it's not.
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"martin van buren" Discussed on KKAT
"The people that were really pushing out too personal growth was i know by perception was so off and the the amount of changes that people are willing to go through engro through and it's not easy that's why most people fail there procure growth is not an easy chore you have to face it by know you talk about that in the book that you gotta stand in front of the mirror well the the big thing is uh the directive i thought bumper you'd get done but it it the lifetime journey so you know a lot of people were hurt okay i got a growing they want to peru on their lips what are you gotta do go by when you don't get it over with the the the forget it but could blake learned to know it a lot of the book and not a you do you know one guy will i got one down now what what for that what what they are and that thing i got the other one of the you also made the character uh it big word for him was serve here and the way you laced in the way he served even his boss who is just amazing to me so at the end a you know as you go through it you realize there are some things that you told him to do know you voiced him to do which was it the inside of asking great questions here well i think that really interesting warning ochre very you know we're all out mentor or people who can help your order what are you commit begun anybody you know there with your why rent or you could be at lunch with somebody but you know we we give them you know your favorite your derek way really interesting think of the hugh made it is to create what your life it may the greatest contribution here's to quit all right so one of things i put it right away married martin van buren married where ovalles phil rid are recruited i'll throw brighten up the office of the pierre curie norrkoping but area it's an interesting question it all the other questions.