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David Rice Atchison: President For A Day?

Everything Everywhere Daily

06:10 min | 1 year ago

David Rice Atchison: President For A Day?

"Rice was a democratic senator from the state of missouri. He served in the senate for twelve years from eighteen. Forty three to eighteen fifty five. He had a reputation for being extremely pro. Slavery he owned. Slaves supported all of the slave state issues in the run up to the civil war and when the war finally commenced he served in the confederate army as a brigadier general commanding missouri troops. So he's not the finest of people to sit in the upper chamber of congress. Quite frankly if it wasn't for the events that i'll be discussing this episode david. Rice atchison would probably be mostly forgotten to history i. I came across his name years ago and children's book of fun facts which said that he was the president of the united states for one day. This fact has been repeated on and off for over one hundred and fifty years in fact the words president of the united states for one day are on his tombstone in missouri as sort of a testament to his greatest achievement. So is this true. Was david rice. Atchison really the president of the united states for a single day to answer the question. We need to understand exactly what happened in the election of eighteen. Forty eight week party. Candidate zachary taylor comfortably. Defeated democrat lewis. Cass and free soil candidate. Martin van buren incoming president. James polka made a pledge to seek a single term in office and he honored that pledge by not. Running taylor was a career military man who had never expressed any political opinions prior to the election. And in fact he had never voted. He had a great deal of success as a general during the mexican american war which led to his popularity in calls for him to run for president. He wasn't fact recruited by both the whigs and the democrats. The two major political parties at the time to seek office prior to the passage of the twentieth amendment to the constitution the president and all members of congress would take office at noon on march fourth. This lengthy lame duck period made more sense when everyone had to travel by horseback. And that's why was eventually changed. Nonetheless march fourth was the date everyone took office in eighteen forty nine march fourth landed on a sunday. Zachary taylor being a devout man. Didn't want to have his inauguration ceremony. Take place on the sabbath so he postponed one day until monday. March fifth is vice. President millard fillmore also delayed his oath of office until march fifth according to the law at the time which was the presidential succession act of seventeen ninety to the next person in line to the presidency after the vice president was the president pro. Temporary of the united states senate. The vice president is technically the president of the senate. The president pro temporary is the person who presides over the senate when the vice president is not present. The president temporary was david rice. Atchison at the time the position was actually a competitive election today. The president pro temporary is just the senior ranking member of the majority party in the senate. So the argument is that because neither zachary taylor nor millard fillmore didn't take the oath of office on march fourth and waited until march fifth that they weren't president from noon on march fourth until noon on march fifth. That means that the next in line would have been the president pro. Temporary of the senate david rice. So is this true and does this argument. Hold water. The answer is pretty clear in the answer is no and there are a whole bunch of reasons. Why this is the case. I while the constitution does stipulate that the president and the vice president must take the oath of office it only says quote before he enters upon the execution of his office unquote. This is legal hair-splitting but it means before president can do anything presidential e- sign a law. Appoint officials signed a treaty etc. They must i take the oath of office however they can still be the president before taking the oath to illustrate the point. President kennedy was shot at twelve thirty pm on november. Twenty second nineteen sixty three. He was declared dead at one thirty three. Pm and lyndon johnson took the oath of office on air force one at two thirty eight pm. The moment president kennedy was dead. Or at least claire dead. Lyndon johnson became the president in the same way that someone becomes a king the moment the old king dead even if they haven't been coronated. The oath of office is just a way to legally unlock the powers of the presidency after becoming president. As i said this is legal hair-splitting and for all practical purposes it doesn't really matter but for the twenty four hour period before the oath of office zachary. Taylor was the president. If there was an emergency you could have quickly taken the oath of office in private and without a public ceremony and dealt with the crisis as president. The second argument as to why atkinson was never president is that he never took the oath of office. Either if taylor is in president. Because he didn't take the oath of office than atkinson also can't be president by the same logic. The third argument is that he officially wasn't the president pro. Tempore e of the senate. He was the president pro temporary during the previous session of congress. His term expired on march fourth at noon. Just like the presidential term. Did he needed to be reelected again. On march fifth which he was moreover. This wasn't the first time that this had happened in eighteen. Twenty one james monroe delay taking the oath by a day for the exact same reason yet known assumes that someone else was president for a day at johnson himself never claimed to be president at the time. No one seriously thought he was the president. And there's nothing in the congressional record to indicate that he was there are no constitutional scholars presidential historians or even atkinson's owned biographer. Who thinks that he was actually president at best. If you applied a very strict rule to the taking of the oath to become president then you could maybe say that there was a one day interregnum where there was no president but it doesn't follow that atkinson was president.

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"millard fillmore" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:17 min | 2 years ago

"millard fillmore" Discussed on WGN Radio

"60 minutes on the line with us. His new book is entitled The Hardest Job in the World. The American Presidency. Do people free got when they see you because anyone from 60 minutes they suddenly and put their guard up? Um, I didn't know where that sentence is going on. Yes, I mean, well, you know, it's a double it. I mean, it depends. You know, the some people think that if they can get through 60 minutes interview they will made their case and they will prove that they've got nothing to hide or the God you know, we and then we give him enough time I'm and a lot of times. You know good hitters like real pitching. And so there's a way in which people I mean, sure, people don't want to be exposed that they've got something to hide. But otherwise people you know, like a high profile interview that gives them a chance to get their their point of view across a song that they've got. A point of view that can be defended with reason. Right of icy Anderson Cooper coming to my house. I think it's going to be a happy story. If I see you. It could go either way. Steve Kroft forget about it. I'm not opening my door. Yeah, Yeah, I don't I Anderson, who can be pretty darn tough, too. So I put him in that category but be cropped ah, some of his pieces, particularly some of the hidden camera ones. He his toughest nails and and very cool in some pretty And circumstances did you grow up watching Steve Kroft on 60 minutes? He was the new guy back in the day. Yeah, I know I was. I'm may be older than I found I What? I watched him. I mean, growing up. I was already grown up when he was born when he was when he was on. And but I know I grew up watching the original 60 minutes Mike Wallace and Harry Reasoner and on DH more shaper and Bradley. So I, you know, that's that's what I grew up watching it in its earlier incarnation. Got it? One of my face. Her memories is having Mike Wallace on the air here. A W G N radio is just wonderful. You know, I Ed Bradley came on. What those back in the day. It was just great. John Dickerson on the phone with us. Tell me about your book, The hardest job in the world. The American presidency. You covered the White House right for time magazine. I covered the White House for time I covered it for Ah, Basically, I've covered the White House in one way or another, since the Clinton administration and I've covered Politics as well. Presidential campaigns Eso I've covered both sides of the campaign Banik and the white houses and after doing that, for almost 30 years, the If connect between the way we talk about the presidency in campaigns and the way the job actually exists. What you have to do is the president. There's just such a gulf between those two. The book was really an examination of why there's such a Distance between the two and what we can learn about the job itself so that we could maybe think differently when we get into one of these presidential campaigns will give us a peek inside the presidency like a day in the life. I feel like there's a lot of press conference is a lot of shaking hands. You're kissing babies. Then you have to make a decision about a foreign country is that basically it? Well, yeah, you've got mean much of the presidency. We don't see And I don't mean we don't physically see the president what they're doing. I mean, it's secret. It's covert operations in national security concerns. We spend so much time talking about domestic affairs in presidential campaign. And then when you get into the office as the president, you're your time share shifts. Almost completely. You spend more of your time thinking about foreign leaders Think about national security worrying about those issues, in part because they usually no covert operation or a national security issue can lead to the loss of American lives on DH so but then you have to keep track of the ceremonial parts of the job. But you've just mentioned the right public appearances and all of that, and you have to do one minute you could be welcoming the end of you know, the women's college. EJ volleyball team and the next minute you could be making a decision about a drone attack, and that's what your day is all day long switching back and forth between those thing. Meanwhile, you're trying to push an agenda through a process that was designed by the founders to be slow and grinding, but that has almost collapsed entirely because of partisanship and a variety of other things. So that your efforts to make progress on the domestic sphere are frustrated by a variety of things that have gotten harder and also just the fact that the system was built to be more difficult so that it would encourage compromise rights. You cover the all the presidents from Washington to trump correct. I did. I didn't do every single president. I mean, I mentioned many of them, but some are. You know, Millard Fillmore doesn't even telling me a lot that I need for what I was doing. But I spent some time in Washington and the Earl and the founders and the framers because they had a design for the office and then And then I basically jumped to FDR and look at the modern presidency using the founders and original thinkers of the office. T give us some reflection on the way the office to see this today. Now what have you What have you found out about the modern day presidents that you can share with us from Clinton to George W. To Obama to Trump Well, the what? What happens is that because Congress has become a weaker institution, you have more things that are put on the presidential to do list and then you have part of the job that have just become more complicated. We don't face the threat of nuclear war the way we used to. But in national security, the number of threats and the complexity of them have grown. So you have different kinds of terrorism. Now that we didn't use to have to worry about as much cyber terrorism is a new and frightening world, and then we look at the Economic devastation of both the pandemic but also the great recession in 2007 to 9, the president has to play a role in managing the economy at a lightning quick speed. It's not slow devastation of the great Great Depression in the thirties..

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"millard fillmore" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"millard fillmore" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"All because the media and the Democrats were interested in making Obama look good and of course the Republicans back then didn't politicize it was a health if you so if you've got kids our view got people panicked and worried about how many given the numbers swine flu in two thousand nine two thousand to sixty Americans infected three hundred thousand hospitalized and you don't even remember it Hey yeah I guarantee you nine out of ten people you tell this I don't remember exactly ask them why they will remember it yeah you don't remember for one reason nobody made any big news about it why not well I answer that yourself say who was president that will Millard Fillmore now Brock Obama's full you can look on the bright side on the bright side here in the coronavirus bright side below are starting to now see that borders are our friends if they are in force and people are starting to realize that the child crimes ought not be making our medicine and there's another thing you know is the schools close Harvard is closed I was close all the schools are shutting down guess what hello home schooling that's a positive or AFP if it can be anyway I was gonna say the Democrats the Democrats are trying to shut down their campaign and the reason I try to shut it down because I know that Biden can't last more than ten minutes in public they can't last more than ten minutes on the stage can't last more than ten minutes of the debate so quite Vernon Carville and arrest them or trying to pick up this refrain it's time to shut down the Democrats campaign ads over crazy Bernie can't win you can't get enough delegates we just need because of the corona virus we need to shut down the democratic process how.

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"millard fillmore" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:57 min | 2 years ago

"millard fillmore" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"All because the media and the Democrats were interested in making Obama look good and of course the Republicans back then didn't politicize it was a health if you so if you've got kids or if you got people panicked and worried about how many just given the numbers swine flu in two thousand nine two thousand to sixty million young Americans infected three hundred thousand hospitalized and you don't even remember Hey now I guarantee you nine out of ten people you tell this I don't remember exactly ask them why they will remember yeah you don't remember for one reason nobody made any big news about it why not well I answer that yourself say who was president that will Millard Fillmore no oracle bomb all you can look on the bright side on the bright side here of the coronavirus bright side below are starting to now see that borders are our friends if they are in force and people are starting to realize that the child crimes ought not be making our medicine and there's another thing you know is the schools close Harvard is closed this call only schools are shutting down guess what hello home schooling that's a positive or if the if it can be anyway I was gonna say the Democrats the Democrats are trying to shut down their campaign and the reason I try to shut it down because I know that Biden can't last more than ten minutes in public they can't last more than ten minutes on the stage can't last more than ten minutes of the debate so quite Vernon Carville and arrest them or trying to pick up this refrain it's time to shut down the Democrats campaign it's over crazy Bernie can't win he can't get enough delegates we just need because of the corona virus we need to shut down the democratic process how about that try this February twelfth two thousand ten archives Reuters news swine flu has killed up to seventeen thousand in the United States February twelfth two thousand ten H. one N. one swine flu was killed as many as seventeen thousand Americans including eighteen hundred children the U. S. centers for disease control and prevention reported on Friday the swine flu pandemic what is many people in the hospital as during the normal influenza season but most were younger adults and children instead of the elderly and it was during the moms sweating usually very little or no flow is circulating the CDC said CDC estimates that between forty one million and eighty four million cases of the two thousand nine the swine flu occurred between April two thousand nine in January sixteenth two thousand ten so it's maybe more than sixty million eighty four million cases of swine flu CDC said in a statement but between a hundred and eighty and eighteen hundred children died up to thirteen thousand adults under the age of sixty five and only one thousand to two thousand elderly died so this one is slow got the young eighty four million cases eighteen hundred children dead in the three hundred thousand total infected thirteen thousand adults that's a February twelfth two thousand ten archives at Reuters seventeen thousand Americans dead we don't have seventeen thousand people dead worldwide from the coronavirus folks and you know what the recovery rate for the corona viruses according to the Johns Hopkins University website Johns Hopkins University website shows that the recovery rate is well I haven't run the numbers on a percentage like sixty five percent it may be easier to calculate if I have the numbers in front of you got if you've got a job hundred and twenty thousand cases we did it one time and seventy five thousand recoveries then what are we talking about yeah what are we going to DO one time Hanks and his wife recover well that and the panic well in our pop culture society you never know it might it might maybe Kim Kardashian and Kanye west need to get the swine flu or other coronavirus and get cured a week later I know maybe maybe Meghan Markle and prince Harry need to get it and then announced they were cured ten days later and that would end anyway back to the Democrats Joe Biden desperate the Democrats desperate to end this campaign gives is a debate Sunday night there is a debate Sunday night between crazy Bernie and Biden and the Democrats are already so what we're not gonna let people in I mean we we can't tear but CNN supposed to televise at the UBCM and wants to give up the debate so I don't know they're gonna be able to cancel the Sunday night debate Bernie's gonna show up and it Bernie shows up C. N. N.'s cameras will be there I have all the of the president this afternoon the oval office I'm gonna plus I've got your phone calls that job you're just itching and dieting to be part of the program that I sold thank another brief obscene profit break and continue right after this hi Mike B. sui media more than ever rush a leaky I network Hey folks taking care your property never easy it's tough so you need to make him right the official tractor of tough the tractors have to be tough to be the world's number one selling farm tractor in your tough to your mall past years U..

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"millard fillmore" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:29 min | 2 years ago

"millard fillmore" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"All because the media and the Democrats were interested in making Obama look good and of course the Republicans back then didn't politicize it was a health if you so if you've got kids or if you've got people panicked and worried about how many whatever given the numbers swine flu in two thousand nine two thousand sixteen million young Americans infected three hundred thousand hospitalized and you don't even remember Hey now I guarantee you nine out of ten people you tell this well I don't remember exactly ask them why they will remember it yeah you don't remember for one reason nobody made any big news about it why not well answer that yourself say who was president them Millard Fillmore no rock Obama all you can look on the bright side on the bright side here of the coronavirus bright side are starting to now see that borders are our friends if they are in force and people are starting to realize that the child crimes ought not be making our medicine and there's another thing you know is the schools close Harvard is closed this call only schools are shutting down guess what hello home schooling that's a positive or if the if it can be anyway I was gonna say the Democrats the Democrats are trying to shut down their campaign and the reason I try to shut it down because I know that Biden can't last more than ten minutes in public they can't last more than ten minutes on the stage can't last more than ten minutes of the debate so quite a burning car violent arrest number trying to pick up this refrain it's time to shut down the Democrats campaign it's over crazy Bernie can't win he can't get enough delegates we just need because of the corona virus we need to shut down the democratic process how about that try this February twelfth two thousand ten archives Reuters news swine flu has killed up to seventeen thousand in the United States February twelfth two thousand ten H. one N. one swine flu was killed as many as seventeen thousand Americans including eighteen hundred children the U. S. centers for disease control and prevention reported on Friday the swine flu pandemic what is many people in the hospital as during the normal influenza season but most were younger adults and children instead of the elderly and it was during the months when you lose your will leave very little or no flow is circulating the CDC said CDC estimates that between forty one million and eighty four million cases other two thousand nine the swine flu occurred between April two thousand nine in January sixteenth two thousand ten so it's maybe more than sixty million eighty four million cases of swine flu CDC said in a statement but between a hundred and eighty and eighteen hundred children died up to thirteen thousand adults under the age of sixty five and only one thousand to two thousand elderly died so the swine flu got the young eighty four million cases eighteen hundred children dead ninety three hundred thousand total infected thirteen thousand adults that's a February twelfth two thousand ten archives at Reuters seventeen thousand Americans Dan we don't have seventeen thousand people dead worldwide from the coronavirus folks and you know what the recovery rate for the corona viruses according to the Johns Hopkins University website Johns Hopkins University website shows that the recovery rate is why haven't run the numbers on a percentage like sixty five percent it may be easier to calculate if I have the numbers in front of you got if you've got a job hundred and twenty thousand cases we did it one time and seventy five thousand recoveries there what are we talking about yeah what are we gonna do one time Hanks and his wife recover well that and the panic well in our pop culture society you never know it might it might maybe Kim Kardashian and Kanye west need to get the swine flu or other coronavirus again cured a week later I know maybe maybe Meghan Markle and prince Harry need to get it and then announced they were cured ten days later and that would end anyway back to the Democrats Joe Biden desperate the Democrats desperate to end this campaign gives is a debate Sunday night there is a debate Sunday night between crazy Bernie and Biden and the Democrats are already so what we're not gonna let people in I mean we we can't tear but CNN supposed to televise at the UBCM and wants to give up the debate so I don't know they're gonna be able to cancel the Sunday night debate Bernie's gonna show up and it Bernie shows up C. N. N.'s cameras will be there I have all the of the president this afternoon the oval office I've got a plus I've got your phone calls that job you're just itching and dieting to be part of the program today so take another brief obscene profit break and continue right after this.

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"millard fillmore" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"millard fillmore" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The niece the kids and I have gone many many many many many times I've seen hall of presidents many times that I love it I get a and it's all new now we got a new film they have a new narrator. some of the president's or new I remember John Kennedy never looked like John Kennedy but he kind of does now Lyndon Johnson spot on. the lack of Baba done look anything like it's the weirdest thing and Donald Trump doesn't look all that great either but he stands up and gives a speech he gives the oath of office and then there's a little speech that he gives you know the hall of presidents of Disney right they have the animatronics and all the presidents were up there they're not even there smiling it's a little creepy I mean you know you think about all those dead presidents together on this page and they're not even hello hello I'm Millard Fillmore I'm Andrew Jackson it's cool it's it's a it's a neat that's a neat tribute to America but here was here's what might you go lie noticed and I think I read about this somewhere to start cheating a little bit they have two security guards now stationed inside the hall the president's trust me they have never had security guards stationed inside the theater at Disney world where they have the hall of presidents never. okay take it to the bank and they do now because they know the screw balls and the kooks and the nuts who have drug derangement syndrome are likely to start screaming or hollering when president trump charge charge speaking at the end that's the only I guarantee you they've never does the end their uniform security guards there isn't a uniformed security guard inside Amy show a Disney world except the hall of presidents and I can promise you it's because of the addition of president trump there are several people of of of disrupted the show charge screaming like idiots. bane of the moon that's what they're doing these climate activists these climate change the ready for DC you know it's going to happen in DC there there is that today their problem threatening to shut shut down the the the war in the whole district of Columbia late in the streets barking like dogs climate change we have the big climate change disruption on Friday. we got to have we got to have. change we have to stop yeah there's a whole rip tabs found out of the hall of presidents your president trump his mouth looks funny looks good his mouth was kind of crooked it's kind of a weird. weird depiction of your office stream of Mike on live dot com you could if click watch Mike on TV or go to townhall dot coms click on tell whole TV usually present from I was pretty good some of them Abe Lincoln la I mean for all the pictures receipt of Abe Lincoln. listen I got a whole I'm up to my neck in in Disney stuff because I got it I got a crash course on how to how to manipulate the fast passes. the whole book you could write about that that's another subject altogether here we go here's a these kids screaming on Friday this is these are the kids the gotta be truant you know miss school. because the changes one. and great..

What Is the U.S. Presidential Seal?

BrainStuff

05:52 min | 3 years ago

What Is the U.S. Presidential Seal?

"SMART is open open is smart. IBM is combining their industry expertise with the open source leadership of Red Hat. Let's unlock the world's potential essential. Let's put smart to work learn more at IBM dot. com slash red hat welcome to brainstorm a production of iheartmedia. Hey brain stuff lauren bogle Bam here over the years you've probably noticed the emblem emblazoned on the side of Air Force One. It's also attached to the podium from which the US President gives speeches and appears on official White House stationary and invitations a railroad locomotive painted to honor president didn't George H W Bush is decorated with it. It's the seal of the president of the United States of America the presidential seal look similar with slight differences to the great seal of the United States the official symbol. That's impressed upon official documents such as treaties and commissions the precise design of the presidential seal was detailed an executive order ninety-six forty-six issued in October of Nineteen forty-five by President Harry S Truman. It's specified that the seal depict an American Eagle that's holding ending an olive branch in its right Talon and a bundle of thirteen arrows to symbolize the original thirteen states and it's left while clutching in it's big a white scroll inscribed with the motto Eh Pluribus Unum Latin for out of many one behind and above the Eagle. There's a background of radiating glory depiction of rays rays of light crossed by an arc of thirteen cloud puffs below which there's a constellation of mullet sergeant which are five pointed compass stars that image is surrounded by a ring of white stars symbolizing the current fifty United States and around that another circle with lettering seal of the president of the United States though the presidential seals precise origins are unclear it was clearly inspired by the great seal that national symbol was adopted by the continental congress in in seventeen eighty two after secretary of the Continental Congress Charles Thompson merged ideas from several committees into a sketch that subsequently was modified by Herald Thomas the spartan that's according to the State Department's Nineteen seventy-six official history of the great seal written by Richard S Patterson and Richardson Dougal but at some point. US presidents decided that like the British monarch. They needed their own personal coat of arms as well. We spoke by email with Matthew Castello senior historian for the White House Historical Association. He said that the great seal quote was the official symbol of the United States federal government not the office of the Presidency Eh as such some president simply used the great seal while others thought that the president should have their own distinct seal. Castilla explains at least several throw presidents in the eighteen hundreds created their own seals incorporating. Whatever flourishes appeal to them James K polk for example used his own seal on the proclamation of war against against Mexico in eighteen forty six Millard fillmore came up with his own slightly different version which he sent to Maryland Postmaster engraver Edward Stabler to make in eighteen fifty Lincoln used a personalized seal as well. A presidential seal didn't actually appear on an invitation to an event until eighteen seventy seven Kevin according to Authors Patterson and Dougal President Rutherford B Hayes who was hosting a dinner honoring Russian Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich made the invites look fancier zero by placing them with a seal that featured an arc of clouds raise and stars between the Eagles wingtips but the Haze Eagle was thinner in scrawny than today's robust looking eagle and its head turned toward the bundle of arrows rather than toward the olive branch in Nineteen to President Theodore Roosevelt ordered yet another other presidential seal to be installed on the floor of the White House entrance hall. He commissioned a french-american Sculptor Philip Martigny to create a new one Martigny drew on the Hayes design fine but added a few changes including engraving the phrase the seal of the President of the United States in that circular border Truman who didn't like Martin. He's work had removed emplaced elsewhere in the White House during World War Two President Franklin Roosevelt who was fascinated with insignia asked experts to redesign the presidential seal they came up with the idea of adding ring of stars to represent. All the states and having Eagle Face the olive branches rather than the Arrows to emphasize the desire for peace rather rather than war that design was the one that Truman approved in nineteen forty five and it's been used ever since in nineteen fifty nine and nineteen sixty President Dwight Eisenhower and how updated it by adding stars for Alaska and Hawaii. Today's episode was written by Patrick Jake Jake Hydra and produced by Tyler Clang Breen stuff. It's production and I heart radio. How stuff works for more this and lots of other official topics that our home planet has stuff works dot com and for for more podcasts from iheartradio. 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"millard fillmore" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"millard fillmore" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Continues tonight at seven on NewsRadio WFL, a the home of lightning hockey seven twelve on AM Tampa Bay, and let's. Get our Siri joke out of the way here. Now can't let the morning go without here Natalie. Okay. We're ready. What do you call it bear with not a gummy bear? No teeth is a gummy bear. Did you for knock knock? Oh, yeah. Here we go knock knock who's there? Dewey, dewey. Who do we have to keep telling not not jokes? All right. Edda come tax time. This would have been fitting yesterday did you ever notice when you put the two words the I R S together, the Internal Revenue Service, the IRS it spells. There's. As in. They get to keep they get to keep the money. And then another question whatever happened to preparations a through g skip them. When straight date went straight to preparation H, so enough of the knock knock jokes, and all, but the way we were reading potential presidential names Buddha. Judge would be kind of the weirdest name. I think for a president we have met anything close to that the Millard Fillmore fill more. Now, I don't know. I think that's more what? But I I know you can make jokes out of that you can make jokes out of what about president Bucky. Now that would be a weird one. Yes, it would. But John Hickenlooper is maybe running should be president.

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"millard fillmore" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:41 min | 3 years ago

"millard fillmore" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"This is from the chapter rejected by the party starting on page. Twelve of mid chapter presidents need not be thrown out on the polls at the polls on election day to find themselves dislodged from the White House history shows us that a chief executives own political allies could remove that incumbent when they perceive him as unpopular or unfit refusing to nominated president for a second term or better yet getting the incumbent to realize that he should walk away before it becomes an embarrassing vote. At the convention does bring the party significant pain, the many politicians of calculated the discarding their own parties toxic president by internal action is better than waiting for the voters to do it. This dynamic remained absent for the first half century. Or so of American politics, George Washington who didn't represent any formal party set a precedent by stepping away from reelection. After two terms successor after successor followed suit keeping the support of their parties until they left office after eight years. Jack, Jefferson, Madison Monroe and Jackson lost the next election. Both Adams's and van Buren or met the grim reaper Harrison John Tyler if only in this one respect was a trendsetter EDNA six president cascade of men who failed to appear on their party's ballot in the general election after their first term. Zachary Taylor, literally had no choice like Harrison. He died in office the others by staying alive through their four year. Terms could have carried their parties banners again on election day, not one did as national national agonizing over slavery and other tensions within each of the major parties made it difficult for any president to build and sustain a governing coalition of those five chief executives only, James Polk left with a solid reputation and alleger of successes told Democrats upon his nomination in eighteen forty four. I shall enter upon the discharge of the high and solemn duties of the office with the settled purpose of not being a candidate for reelection. And he stayed true to his word. It was just as well. Only three months after what would have been his second inauguration. He died at the age of fifty three three presidents who followed poke the forgettable series of Millard Fillmore Franklin Pierce and James Buchanan, shared three characteristics. I history historians routinely rank them among the nation's worst presidents. Second and relative related to that. They took no responsibility for resolving the national moral failure of slavery. And third. No matter how the detained office. They like future presidents Chester Arthur Lyndon Johnson found themselves spurned by their own parties. The Whigs had learned in eighteen forty that. A celebrity candidates seemed to have an easier route into the White House that a party regular so in eighteen forty eight they nominated general Zachary Taylor a recent hero battlefields in the Mexican American war despite his lack of solid political principles or any apparent passion for the job. Just two years earlier he'd said to the parents sincerity, I am not and never shall be an aspirin for that. Honor Taylor won the election over democratic candidate Lewis has a cast excuse me in July eighteen fifty he became the second straight wig general to president who couldn't make it to the next election alive. President Millard Fillmore took his place Fillmore had risen to providence, New York's anti Mason party dedicated to exposing at opposing freemason fraternal organizations. Switch allegiance to the Whigs in the eighteen thirties in the first year and a half. The administration intraparty rivals admitted manipulated Taylor better than Fillmore did leaving him little to do but preside over the Senate and Stu over his fate in a useless job. But as president he was prepared to avenge perceived slights ahead of their espec- expected dismissal all the cabinet members whom filler had inherited from Taylor offered their resignations which are quickly accepted by the new president asked them to remain in place for one month. They agreed to stay for one week filler Fillmore would proceed to fire more previous political appointees than any of his successors had more than half of those at the State Department, for example, had to find new jobs the biggest development during Phil Moore's presidency was the compromise of eighteen fifty this set of bills admitted California to the union is a Free State allowed the organization of the Utah and New Mexico. Territories without reference to slavery. Resolve both the Texas State boundary and the lonestar state's remaining debt abolish the slave trade in the district of. Columbia, and reaffirmed the fugitive slave law that required the returning of slaves escaped across state lines Fillmore signed each Bill believing this package your badgers had fixed. What he considered an annoying issue that kept getting in the way of his other priorities. The compromise. Bills delayed a war between the states, but at a cost they not only perpetuated slavery. But split the Whigs further apart as most northerners refused to abide by the fugitive slave law. Congressional elections in November eighteen fifty increase the democratic oppositions majorities in both the house and the Senate the rest of the president's term was so bad at the highlight might have been the start of Commodore Matthew Perry's voyage to Japan to open that country to American trade. Even though he didn't arrive until Fillmore left office now long after rising to become the chief executive Fillmore declared. He wouldn't run again in the eighteen fifty two election reiterated that eighteen fifty one, but the trappings of presidential power and the please of his remaining party faithful convinced him to retract that pledge and make a late entry into the field of candidates portrayed is about about face as a noble personal sacrifice for the good of the party in the country and during the spring of that election year, eight wig state conventions endorsed him as. Delegates gathered for.

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"millard fillmore" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

10:08 min | 3 years ago

"millard fillmore" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Presidential historians. He's written so many terrific books on figures past president and current, and we have been working our way through all of the American presidents, and we got through. I we got up to eighteen fifty. In fact, I'm pretty proud of our first hour we're relatively on schedule. If we keep going at this pace, Richard Norton Smith, so I have to keep driving you like a buggy because we gotta get through all of the president's saved w President Obama and President Trump we made it up to eighteen fifty. And now we begin with that that luminous figure from American history. Millard Fillmore, Richard Norton Smith, this is probably the most abjectly deprecated individual. He's ever been in sixteen hundred. What do we need to know about Millard Fillmore has become a punch line? Anyone thought about punching bag while he was alive? He he's famous for being obscure he succeeded to the presidency when retailer died. The summer of eighteen fifty and in some ways, it was almost providential because Fillmore unlike Taylor before him was willing to sign onto and in fact, a sign what became known as the compromise of eighteen fifty which among other things brought California into the union as a Free State, but it also enforced the fugitive sway back. A very unpopular understand particularly though unpopular acts, but the cumulative effect of the compromise. Most historians believe it was to hold off civil war for ten years during which the north grew stronger, and ultimately was a far better position to to win the war when it came the other thing that that more is responsible for was Commodore Perry's mission to Japan. Oh, it really subways open the United States to the to the Pacific. Let's talk quickly then about Franklin Pierce. President in American history. Well, we've got gotta talk about Clinton when we come right, but go, I mean, Franklin Pierce was a classic example. Warren, Harding, I guess on the twentieth century of someone who who really should have said. No. When the when the bosses came to him and said, you know, how would you like the nomination he had risen certainly higher than his talents justified as a member of the Senate to be fair to peers, he had a very tragic life in many ways, he saw the last of his pre children really die before his eyes on on his way to Washington and a terrible train accident. His wife, basically blamed him and the fact of his presidential ambitions for for the death of their child, and basically withdrew to a room on the second floor of the White House for four years. It was a it was a miserable presidency, but he was a miserable. President we feel that way particularly Kansas. Remember bleeding, Kansas bleeding, Kansas is really the result. People many in the audience will not know what bleeding. Kansas refers to the strike prior. Shefty's before Kansas and Nebraska actually came into the union. There was something called the Kansas. Nebraska Nebraska act passed in eighteen fifty four which is to allow settlers in the territories do decide whether or not they wanted slavery. Pierce was pro slavery. He was called a DOE face. Which in the end of the day a northern man with southern principles and his principles allowed him to appoint a succession of pro. Slavery governors territorial governors in Kansas, and there was a dress rehearsal for the civil war which went on for several years warranty. Kansas was sacked the war went back and forth fell along the Missouri. Kansas line and really it was Franklin Pierce his ineptitude. And in some ways almost perverse willingness to risk of the break up of the union rather than to yield to to the abolitionist. Anybody? He was not renominated by his own party in eighteen fifty six. He went back to concord New Hampshire and basically drank himself to death. And then followed by James Buchanan, nana's, the phrase, go and war king who is almost as bad, or at least almost is on successful, president has appears he was probably much more qualified president. He had a rather distinguished diplomatic career before he became president. He's he's popular remembered is the only bachelor president. But he was also someone who did not have the skills or the will or the vision to attempt to master events before they spun out of control very early in his presidency. The supreme court handed down what became known as the dread Scott decision, which affects said that. That's why he was not a person but property and this set off a spiral really downward that went to the civil war. And Buchanan pretty much by wringing his hands fairly helpless way, certainly ineffectual, and and his failure was topped by the fact that the last month of his presidency of that seven southern states actually seceded from the union following the election of ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Now, let me ask you before we move onto Lincoln because we are talking about Buchanan, the only bachelor president and since we can then say present company excluded. Who were the great first ladies of the pre-civil war and what were their roles? It's interesting now, they're a great deal on the Julia Tyler widely forgotten today was gone Tyler second wife, thirty years younger than him. She was a professional actress and model known as the Roosevelt island and she loved being first lady she actually that's a screenplay. That's never been made. Well, she actually was the one who told them marine band to play hail to the chief whatever the president, I states appeared. She used to greet her visitors sitting on a raised plot. That form thrown white chair with poems that are hair in the East Room, very grand, lady and Dolley Madison. Of course, is is an unforgettable figure. Certainly no more colorful charismatic figure than the man. She was married to Rachel Jackson. Rather tragic figure it ever got to be. I wanted it. Remember Jackson, and there was some doubt over whether or not or Rachel and Andrew it. Actually, we go you've been married. Rachel had left an abusive husband. Yes. And that became a political scandal and MS Madison. Ms madison. Well, he was a great character. She was not only someone who great imprint on the physical White House. We all remember that terrorists. We should remember. It was Dolly Madison who had the presence of mind. The as a British were literally invading Washington at eighteen fourteen to cut the Gilbert, Stuart portrait of George Washington from its frame in the East Room or what up and take it with her. That's what I wanted to make sure we had on the record one last to Abigail Adams is enjoying a renaissance and deservedly sell Abigail was a great nineteen eighteenth century in many ways, she was a wonderful letter writer, of course, the the correspondence between her and John they were separated from much of their marriage because of his public service his diplomatic service. It must've been terribly painful for them. But it was a great boon to historians because of the letters that they wrote now, let's. Let's turn our attention. To whom I believe it's the greatest president and most people would agree that ABRAHAM LINCOLN. What's the essential Lincoln in three minutes? Richard Lincoln is the great American story. Abraham LINCOLN tells even a cynical age that what Americans like think America is all about is valid that seemingly ordinary people born in the most humble circumstances. With or without a fine. Formal education can through their own efforts their own character. Create great dot simply to have greatness tossed upon them. But certainly Lincoln face the greatest challenge of any American president. It's true. That Washington created the union Lincoln had to preserve the union and. He did. So in ways for shadow the modern presidency. He was a great communicator. He was the most gifted writer of all of our presidents. He certainly the only president whoever volume in the in the library of America series. For example. A hundred and fifty years later, we're still quoting Lincoln endless way at the end of eighteen sixty two his message to congress. He said that the the occasion is piled high with difficulty, and we must rise with the occasion. Well, that in a nutshell, here's the calendar and the opportunity that faces every American president, but typically in times of crisis, and certainly that is the case today, so Lincoln Lincoln, raise the bar and Lincoln defined the presidency. And of course, the way that he died. Good friday. Five days after south surrendered before reconstruction could tarnish his historical reputation. There was something that many saw at the time as Christ Wyche about Lincoln and the mayor of his death. So the Lincoln legend lives on there is no doubt that more. Controversial. He was for most of our history. Celebrators the great emancipator. It is obviously more complex than that. And today, there's a cottage industry of of scholars who were debating what Lincoln's precise view was about slavery. But if it had not been for ABRAHAM LINCOLN this much, we know there would not have been emancipated when it occurred. And of course, that is one of the very obvious thing. But there's lots more to talk about about Lincoln.

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"millard fillmore" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:53 min | 3 years ago

"millard fillmore" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Day. And that means that it's time to pay homage to the only president who really ought to have zone day. Maybe aside from ABRAHAM LINCOLN, George Washington. So I understand that presidents day supposed to pay much to all the president's. I've never understood why this makes any sense. Why would I pay any sort of homage to Jimmy Carter? Why should there be Jimmy Carter day? Jimmy Carter day is it's unthinkable. Stupid. Jimmy Carter was. Terrible president. Why would you have a Millard Fillmore day? That'd be a thing that you did the idea of president's day is in and of itself incredibly dumb mainly because we don't have legislators day or a senators day. We don't have a congress person's day whenever secretary of state stay they having a day that is dedicated to one branch of the government. We don't have a supreme court date is really silly. The truth is the president's day was instituted. So we didn't have both Lincoln's birthday and Washington's birthday off. So we had to consolidate them into one. But in reality president's day is about paying homage to George Washington's that's what we're gonna do this hour gonna go through the history of George Washington. Because here's the thing. Everybody thinks that George Washington is the old guy on the dollar Bill. You got the wooden teeth old-fashioned here. Here's what you need to know about George Washington. George Washington was a bad ass. He was a bad ass. We don't tend to think of him that way, obviously. Because he's in paintings, and we don't have video of him in the middle of a war or something. But that's what he was everybody in the colonial. United States knew the George Washington was a bad ass who is a celebrity who a dramatic. Figure of intrigue his entire life. Women wanted to be with men wanting to be I mean, this was he was a stud George Washington's let's start from the very beginning. George Washington was born on February twenty-second seventeen thirty two so Augustine Washington and his second wife Mary ball. He had two older half brothers. He was the oldest of six children from it. Mary ball. So well as dad Augustine was a well proportioned well property planter, George didn't naturally have it super easy. And a lot of ways when he was growing up his father died when he was eleven and his mom was apparently a deeply overprotective human being which makes sense since her dad died when she was three and her mom died when she was twelve so she was constantly riding Georgia being close to home when Augustine died George went to live with his older brother Lawrence Lawrence was the hero of young George Washington's life. He was the guy who George wanted to pattern himself after Lawrence is a British soldier, and a pretty awesome wanted that he was fourteen years older than George and Lawrence had joined up with the Virginia foot regiments whose commission is senior captain. She served in naval expeditions against new Granada, Cuba and Panama as well as in Jamaica. So he traveled around with the British with British navy while he was serving he contracted, tuberculosis. That would eventually kill him when Lawrence came back to America. He married Anne Fairfax, and he took up residence at mount Vernon originally mount Vernon was actually Georgia's brothers place. And that's where George went to live after his dad died. He also became adjutant general for the militia of northern Virginia and got himself elected to the house of Burgess says Lawrence has actually going to be the famous Washington sort of like Joseph Kennedy junior was supposed to defame is Kennedy Lawrence is going to be the famous Washington. He already had rank in the British army is adjutant general for the militia northern Virginia. Who's already sitting in the house Burgess Georgian have any money, and he didn't have any real connections. But Lawrence connected him to his wife's family, the Fairfax family when Mary ball Georgia's mom, refused to allow him to join up with the British navy Georgia instead began working for the Fairfax family as a surveyor. He learned mathematics expert. Regarding the physical geography of the country, which of course, would come in supremely handy when he was commander in chief of America's armed forces. Meanwhile, he studied any red unlike Lawrence who actually went all the way to to Britain for his education towards stayed back in Virginia, and he taught himself not just about history and religion what about civility and behavior. He famously copied out one hundred and ten maximums from the rules of civility and decent behavior in company and conversations book that's completely fallen out of favor. But George knew that he actually had to train himself to be sort of a self help specialist. In fact, one of the founders war Benjamin Franklin was much the same way he created rules for life. George Washington literally copied out these maxims from the rules of civility and decent behavior company and conversation is what rules like all actions done in company must show respect for those who are presents. And let your countenance be pleasant. But in serious matters somewhat graves the stuff that you sort of take for granted. But people don't train their behavior. These days we sort of assume that naturalistic behaviours the best George didn't think that. Meanwhile, George learn hunting, dancing and fencing from Lawrence. Here's a big, dude. He's about six three which for the time was enormous because the average height in the United States at this time was five six five seven people think the John Adams a short for the time. John Adams is actually average height. So George Washington if you were to put him in today's context, you probably be six five six six because you six three that's what led to all the legends veteran throwing a silver dollar across the Potomac river in reality. He probably through a rock across the Rapahannock, which is not as much of a feat. That's like one hundred fifty two hundred feet then in seventeen fifty two Lawrence died. So George we mount Vernon from Lawrence's widow. And most importantly for the story of him becoming a bad ass. He inherited Lawrence's position as adjutant for the militia twenty years old, and he was adjutant general for the entire militia in in Virginia, which is a pretty high up position for a twenty year old guy. And this is where the legend of George Washington, really begins. So by the time Washington took over as adjutant general, the British governor. That was in the midst of a conflict at the French over the fate of America, east of the Mississippi outside British possessions between the Appalachians and Mississippi River things came to ahead and the Ohio valley, the French military had taken control of the area. And that prompted Virginia's governor a guy named Robert Dinwiddie to demand that the French withdraw he decided to appoint major George Washington, then twenty one years old to go parallel with the French note people today are on their parent's health insurance until they're twenty six years old twenty one years old.

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"millard fillmore" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

05:24 min | 3 years ago

"millard fillmore" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"All is right with the world because Cory Booker will save us. All one day be president. I'm Jeff demand ski big Bill. Doyle. All is not right with the world. What's that? I got an Email. That says Millard Fillmore is not the high school in happy days the sounded so right when Carlos. Jefferson high school because he had member Ritchie had his letter Jag. They had the big j on it. Oh, no. According to Ellen. I'm assuming that's her name from her Email address. She says that the Brady bunch kids attended Millard Fillmore junior high. Okay. But but did you look that up did not? Somebody went to Fillmore Millard Fillmore is screwing up today's show from beginning to end he up Millard Fillmore other. You have to add that one. Yeah. Fuck hat and Millard Fillmore shut up over here. Wow. This is getting complicated. Man. Millersville? No you did. Residents or something. Yeah. We were talking about with because I was I was musing on whether Cory Booker. If this clown actually made it to office would he be the first ball the president? That's right. And I quickly did research, and no he would be the fourth. Apparently, the Bill was guessing. That's how this nonsense came up. So. You know, we got this new dog. Yes. Right. Fin fin. I know you don't like the name. But. Thank you so fitting to make a cuter Finney. And and he's great we've had him since Sunday. We got him from a rescue. He was on the streets in Texas. He was only literally days old like apparently, not even a week old like he was starving to death. No, mommy to even nurse off of. I mean, this was like a bad thing. Got a foster family fostered. Mom, basically in Texas, and then was moved up here to rescue when we adopted. So when we adopted the dog when I hear a funny story absolutely story. This is a funny story. I wanna talk about dog breeds. What what? Because I think everybody's got one that they're not nuts about like, I'm not fond of poodles, for example. But what do you think the best? And what do you think? The worst dog breeds are at one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five. But here's why bring it up. When we adopted this dog, he's got that long body and that undeniable face, and they said that their best guess was that he was dachshund mixed with. He's definitely a mud that he's dachshund with Australian cattle dog and of that category. Blue heeler, it's kind of like a subdivision of Austrian cattle dog right and along with the adoption, and we already got him before this came in. But they're the only one that does a DNA workup on the dog they pay for this is expensive. But this this furry tails endings for free tale endings, they do that for you. So this just came in last night. And we actually now know to the best of this company's ability exactly what this dog is. Now, this is really cool. Following the careful analysis of more than eighteen hundred genetic markers by the wisdom panel canine DNA tests, bla-bla-bla, the pure breed signature matches included, blah, blah, blah. I get to the percentages. Now, some of this is unknown other than the broad category. The biggest group is. Like of the hound family. If that makes any sense, so they they can't with these genetic markers. They can't tell you exactly which types of hounds are in this family tree. But fifty percent of this dogs makeup is like unknown various hound right? Then what kind of traits does that give it? I don't I don't know. I'm really not sure I don't know. Bloodhound can can he sniffs doll. He's an incredible. You know, what he sniffs more than any other dog? I ever had. I'll tell you that he is quite the sniffer. So it's kind of funny that you say that. Okay. And then. And this is funny because you saw how little this guy is right? Twelve point five percent. So fifty percent is like the unknown. But the Jalan group twelve point five percent. Great pyrenees. Those you big dogs. Those are huge dogs ever. See those things those are huge huge. Here's the other strange part. I don't know what dogs got together with what in mating process, but think of a great, peer knees. And then think twelve point five percent Shitsu. Parts shitsu. Oh, so yes. Shitsu? Uh-huh. That's one. You don't you don't play around with that name. Do yet doesn't come tripping tongue. Stewardess? Can I take Shitsu on my carry on? Or does it have to be stowed?.

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"millard fillmore" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

07:05 min | 3 years ago

"millard fillmore" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Five get your calling right now, not sure how long we're staying on this. But we're talk we're taking a handful of phone calls about Cory Booker. He has announced what everybody knew was coming. But it's official now he is running for president of the United States of America. And what is your take? What do you think? Do you like them? Do you hate him? Do you even trust them? And it's mentioning that a lot of the polling says much of America does not know about him. I'm thinking he's gonna try and change that very quickly or you could help. What would you tell people in Iowa about Cory Booker? How would you describe him one eight hundred two eight three one point five Joe and spotswood you're on New Jersey one zero one point five. Hey, guys. How're you doing? Okay. A couple of quick things. So I'm on my office between all mixture of Republicans, Democrats independents. The first thing this morning. He started chancing Spartacus Sparta. Oh, that's too funny. All of us. He's never going to live that down. And maybe you guys verify this it after the cabin all Dennis you come out and say he had an incident with the woman, he apologized about that incident. Yes. When he was in Stanford. He tried to take liberties with a woman. But yeah. And it's kind of had the nerve to rip apart and that was after the area. So, you know, he's he's just a jokester from norc, and that article that you were just talking about you star ledger. Maybe did a couple of good things that the mayor what have you done as a Senator? Article about what he's done in the Senate. Can't remember off the top of my head. I mean, he had a long. Time as mayor. Oh, and Joe here's another thing. Do you ever think about this? I don't remember with the Katie Brennan rape allegation against Al Alvarez. That's been going on here in jersey. And he's the US Senator from New Jersey he had a lot to say about Cavanaugh at about. Why Ford should be believed who was not nearly as credible of a witness as Katie Brennan. So where is his comment about Katie Brennan being believed? I never heard him talk about it at all very strange. You know, I got you buddy. Mercy. So I mean, it's just a double standard. You know, what it really is you know, as far as him running. I mean, I just think he's a joke. Wow. We need a new party. We need a new party. I feel like the Republicans have just hung themselves and the Democrats have gone so progressive, I it's like they both lost their way, we need a new party. But I don't see it happening Millard Fillmore was a week. You bring back the we think it's time to bring back the Whigs. Yeah. The weeks Paul in Newark on New Jersey one zero one point five. What's up guys? Hey, this whole platform where you ran for mayor of York was primary any became there. Have you laid off one hundred sixty plus cops. And then he changed his platform education dot a billion dollars donated and that wandered away. No one knows where it went as far as the other stuff, you covered a lot of it. But the fire that he ran into this guy. Of your tweets officers that are assigned to protect them like every other American city did and still does so protective detail for there. Are you gonna let them run into a burning building? I think not I think what ended up happening with that was. You know? Protection detail ninety percent, the work and and didn't see any benefits one. It's a joke. He is the other guy he helped out. Gang member come on. Anyway. Remember that in the I only vaguely not enough to not enough to speak on it. It would entrust myself Paul, thanks for your call. Ron and Edison, you're on New Jersey one zero one point five. Hey, guys. How're you doing? All right around. A what do you think about Cory Booker is president? Who do ficus? Please. Focus. Oh, yeah. Right. Duplicates. Moron. Why you know, how how how dare he attacked Cavanaugh where he's hiding his, you know, to have the same problem, and there's no up absolutely zero proof the cabinet on. I guess in Cory booker's defense. I mean, his was supposed to be like he tried to cop a feel now that he tried to actually rape somebody. And he that's but it was dug up and he had to answer for it. But I think it. Yeah. Yeah. But wasn't it that she moved his hand away? And then he said, listen like he persisted or he endured or it was his own writing. And how he moved in again after being told. No. So I you're right in that. It was not the same level of aggression as Ford described as Dr Ford described, but it was still denying that. No means no, I think it's valid John in Ewing. You're on New Jersey one zero one point five, I really hope Cory Booker wins. The democratic nomination was that okay? And the band of morons and Democratic Party just makes better every day. I thought we finally had somebody who was. Morning glory. Put. There is a wall of more Democratic Party between the core. One talking about the world's going to end in twelve years. The ninety percent taxes on everybody just keep lining idiots up. Donald Trump must be chomping at the bit to get into a debate with these people because there are so disillusioned just so out of their minds the way they think he has to be laughing Horry Booker. He's the biggest idiot on the plane win. That's a pretty strong state. There's a lot of contenders for that title. The big come on. Have you driven New Jersey? The biggest idiot. I will give you this though. Cory booker. I don't know how he would be a debate. I haven't followed them that closely. But as far as just a public speaker, he's very good. He's extremely good. He got on the map, but the two thousand sixteen democratic national convention with his speeches primetime speech. That was a a he did. And do you. Remember, how fiery it was? It was almost like evangelical in nature rise up, right? But he could definitely he could definitely inspire people. But ours politics, really what you want. That's the thing. All right. We're probably gonna move on from this. But yeah, because what all of next year it's going to be like way too much talking about Cory Booker. So we'll we'll bring something else up coming up on New Jersey one one point five three thirty..

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"millard fillmore" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"millard fillmore" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Show her. What is it L L? No idea. Well, I mean who who is this person Millard Fillmore, former president of the United States go. Okay, mood, allerg- them. I didn't even know this is I know what his full name has Millard Fillmore. So it is a trick question. No middle name. No, just like my mother, Ruth, Cody. No middle name. Uh-huh. You're a trick. Trick question, man. I don't have a middle name either really have often off, you know, I've solicited opinions as to what I should choose as a middle name of. But I started that when I was like twenty two and I am pick the middleman. No, not Al is the Al Gutierrez. Yeah. L is a a Goto generic name that I use for everything Al Hamilton Alba Gilly, cutting now mcgillicuddy L Amilton, I can't pick a name that's short for something and not be the full name. It should rhyme with Izzy. That's a great idea is he dizzy. Money that things that rhyme with Izzy can you can you create your own middle name if you don't have one. Yes. Tire name if I want to you could legally right or Greg Cody junior and get my PF PI SPF. I don't know what it is the FBI. He's PI by the way, the institution, and this is also because I'm hungry. I'm just gonna know to those of you who thought that I was complaining about everything in life and Joan enjoy food. I'm going to have pizza with the rest of the group thing about that. You wanted to make sure that we got then crested if you have it, but it's fun. Do you ever want to make that that Dallas Seahawks pick? Sure, we'll do that next donlevatar Yanni out of a boo. Boo. Stugatz. Jaanus out of a boom bow these live at our show with this two guys on ESPN radio. So you went to see Hamilton last night. Yeah. Marvelous, obviously, not on Broadway because you live down here. Right. Really that good. It really was I had heard the legend of it over the past few years. But wasn't totally familiar with what I was walking into and os just. Blown away. I just love the whole concept of modernizing a two hundred fifty year old story with sort of the the hip hop presentation. And and vibe to the whole thing. I thought it was great. It was a long play. That was so fast paced at it. It moved like a local really hammer that point home though, the long play like, it's it's an even in your top five. If it's so long that that's like the first thing you talk about. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. No. It was it's it's up five well before you get to your five just curious around the room here. Chris if there's like something a show a concert if there's like a favorite and why for me? Well, I want my family. We went up to New York, and I saw fish in the dark with Larry, David. And we had really good seats for that. That was really good. It was really just cool. Because seeing I'm a big fan of curb and Seinfeld all that stuff said Larry David like, we were up close house a cool show. It sounds fun. No. I haven't gone to a play. I don't usually go to concerts. It's usually so. The ones that you have been to you just had a terrible time. So you don't wanna list them? No. It's not had a terrible time. It's just not memorable to me. What concerts were they? There was a concert down here at bayfront for massive attack. And they were cooperation see I won't give you a hard time about that. But up until about two years ago, I had been to like three concerts, my whole life. It just so happens. The last couple years I've gone to a good amount. And so I've got I've got list potentials, but the funniest I mean, the best the funniest thing I've ever seen live, and you know, there's difference between being entertained by like, you know, things that make you laugh cry whatever, and, you know, just listening to a bunch of music and drinking a bunch, but. Book of Mormon is the funniest thing. I've ever seen live. I saw it on Broadway twice. Actually, how good it was. And I didn't really know what it was going in. I just knew that the south park guys wrote it so I knew to expect them, you know, interesting content, and it was absolutely hilarious..

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"millard fillmore" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"millard fillmore" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Show her. What is it L L? No idea. Well, I mean who who is this person Millard Fillmore, former president of the United States go. Okay, mood, allerg- them. I didn't even know this is I know what his full name has Millard Fillmore. So it is a trick question. No middle name. No, just like my mother, Ruth, Cody. No middle name. Uh-huh. You're a trick. Trick question, man. I don't have a middle name either really have often off, you know, I've solicited opinions as to what I should choose as a middle name of. But I started that when I was like twenty two and I am pick the middleman. No, not Al is the Al Gutierrez. Yeah. L is a a Goto generic name that I use for everything Al Hamilton Alba Gilly, cutting now mcgillicuddy L Amilton, I can't pick a name that's short for something and not be the full name. It should rhyme with Izzy. That's a great idea is he dizzy. Money that things that rhyme with Izzy can you can you create your own middle name if you don't have one. Yes. Tire name if I want to you could legally right or Greg Cody junior and get my PF PI SPF. I don't know what it is the FBI. He's PI by the way, the institution, and this is also because I'm hungry. I'm just gonna know to those of you who thought that I was complaining about everything in life and Joan enjoy food. I'm going to have pizza with the rest of the group thing about that. You wanted to make sure that we got then crested if you have it, but it's fun. Do you ever want to make that that Dallas Seahawks pick? Sure, we'll do that next donlevatar Yanni out of a boo. Boo. Stugatz. Jaanus out of a boom bow these live at our show with this two guys on ESPN radio. So you went to see Hamilton last night. Yeah. Marvelous, obviously, not on Broadway because you live down here. Right. Really that good. It really was I had heard the legend of it over the past few years. But wasn't totally familiar with what I was walking into and os just. Blown away. I just love the whole concept of modernizing a two hundred fifty year old story with sort of the the hip hop presentation. And and vibe to the whole thing. I thought it was great. It was a long play. That was so fast paced at it. It moved like a local really hammer that point home though, the long play like, it's it's an even in your top five. If it's so long that that's like the first thing you talk about. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. No. It was it's it's up five well before you get to your five just curious around the room here. Chris if there's like something a show a concert if there's like a favorite and why for me? Well, I want my family. We went up to New York, and I saw fish in the dark with Larry, David. And we had really good seats for that. That was really good. It was really just cool. Because seeing I'm a big fan of curb and Seinfeld all that stuff said Larry David like, we were up close house a cool show. It sounds fun. No. I haven't gone to a play. I don't usually go to concerts. It's usually so. The ones that you have been to you just had a terrible time. So you don't wanna list them? No. It's not had a terrible time. It's just not memorable to me. What concerts were they? There was a concert down here at bayfront for massive attack. And they were cooperation see I won't give you a hard time about that. But up until about two years ago, I had been to like three concerts, my whole life. It just so happens. The last couple years I've gone to a good amount. And so I've got I've got list potentials, but the funniest I mean, the best the funniest thing I've ever seen live, and you know, there's difference between being entertained by like, you know, things that make you laugh cry whatever, and, you know, just listening to a bunch of music and drinking a bunch, but. Book of Mormon is the funniest thing. I've ever seen live. I saw it on Broadway twice. Actually, how good it was. And I didn't really know what it was going in. I just knew that the south park guys wrote it so I knew to expect them, you know, interesting content, and it was absolutely hilarious..

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"millard fillmore" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"millard fillmore" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"So it wasn't even close this year. No any any great Meshal since you won this time or no is going to be more actions at the gala. Well, there's the champions dinner, which which is part of the gala that he gets to pick the menu. Yes, yes. He thought about this one. This is exciting. You know? I haven't I made who won last year. My brother yet. It's rough riders refers and what did he pick for the meal? He was picked something weird. He, you know, he's level of pick tripe or you know, Haggas or does they put the pressure on like do you have to prepare the meal, but he picks I prepare it. And in this case pick the menu. I'll pick something a little different maybe shot ovary on. Maybe, you know, something a little is that of the unusual. You know, like maybe late like filet Mignon, wrapped in pastry puff pastry. Something like that with a maybe some sort of a cognac based sauce. I like that. He's talking this out on the air. We don't know yet. Exciting for him. It's exciting for me deadly touch the microphone with my lip. I just did that too. You're gonna wear tux to this thing. Again, I know I will wear a suit or jacket. I always used to get the rest of the family to dress in tuxes absolutely to the nine to make him feel feel under dressed. I would feel wonderful actually the rest of the family's just uninterested in mocking him at how Syria I just hope Christmas critters don't show up drunk like they did two or three years ago and late for the gala, by the way, it's on Sunday brunch. Such a breach of family decorum. Mun just as a stab to the heart of Cody family history of the years. Sounds like you're talking about his kids, and you're talking about his kids showing up drunk. No, no that's Christopher's team name. Chris critters is this you're going to be streamed? Like it was last year. Was that a one time affair that? Did not go over well within the family that was considered a betrayal breach. And I was not happy with. Yeah. I'm speaking only for myself what we're gonna do. We're gonna do something on social media related. To the PF BI gala, but certainly won't be like a live stream or a lengthy video. It might be do you award and award to yourself. And then yet have a thank you speech. So really nobody else is necessary this year because you pick the food you eat the food, you give speeches and you present the awards we we do have other categories in our award ceremony. And and everybody in the league gets to make a speech. A lot of an escalating amount of time. We'll have walk up songs if you finish in last place. You might only get fifteen seconds to speak escalating up to about two men. Everyone only talks for fifteen seconds. He's the only one to talk for a long time. Right. Well, you know, the champion and founder an all time winner. Uh-huh. Who why did we ask that question again, Billy because you get them to know the galas? Very interesting to me PF is something that I hold with high regard, even though I've never been a member never will be a member. It's one of those things that you look into. And you're like, hey that kinda sucks like an outsider, even though you're right there. Right. That's crazy. Well, it's it's an exclusive league. I mean relatives of ours. Nephews have asked to be in PF PI, and we kind of rebuff he barely let my wife in. Well, you know, she's in. She's in good standing, even though she doesn't like shrimp and mushroom. We love her. Anyway, my brothers had a girlfriend for a few years now. She's not in right? Well, she didn't know which end of the football goes up. Which end of the fall does go up either because they're identical question. So for your entry into the AFI PF. Raft to be able to answer one of Greg's trick question. That's right. Which of the flip side of the football is up. Right. Right. And if they don't know that it's a trick question. If they just look confused by the question is that good enough to get them in. No. And the alternate trick question is would as Millard Fillmore as middle name..

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"millard fillmore" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"millard fillmore" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"So it wasn't even close this year. No any any great Meshal since you won this time or no is going to be more actions at the gala. Well, there's the champions dinner, which which is part of the gala that he gets to pick the menu. Yes, yes. He thought about this one. This is exciting. You know? I haven't I made who won last year. My brother yet. It's rough riders refers and what did he pick for the meal? He was picked something weird. He, you know, he's level of pick tripe or you know, Haggas or does they put the pressure on like do you have to prepare the meal, but he picks I prepare it. And in this case pick the menu. I'll pick something a little different maybe shot ovary on. Maybe, you know, something a little is that of the unusual. You know, like maybe late like filet Mignon, wrapped in pastry puff pastry. Something like that with a maybe some sort of a cognac based sauce. I like that. He's talking this out on the air. We don't know yet. Exciting for him. It's exciting for me deadly touch the microphone with my lip. I just did that too. You're gonna wear tux to this thing. Again, I know I will wear a suit or jacket. I always used to get the rest of the family to dress in tuxes absolutely to the nine to make him feel feel under dressed. I would feel wonderful actually the rest of the family's just uninterested in mocking him at how Syria I just hope Christmas critters don't show up drunk like they did two or three years ago and late for the gala, by the way, it's on Sunday brunch. Such a breach of family decorum. Mun just as a stab to the heart of Cody family history of the years. Sounds like you're talking about his kids, and you're talking about his kids showing up drunk. No, no that's Christopher's team name. Chris critters is this you're going to be streamed? Like it was last year. Was that a one time affair that? Did not go over well within the family that was considered a betrayal breach. And I was not happy with. Yeah. I'm speaking only for myself what we're gonna do. We're gonna do something on social media related. To the PF BI gala, but certainly won't be like a live stream or a lengthy video. It might be do you award and award to yourself. And then yet have a thank you speech. So really nobody else is necessary this year because you pick the food you eat the food, you give speeches and you present the awards we we do have other categories in our award ceremony. And and everybody in the league gets to make a speech. A lot of an escalating amount of time. We'll have walk up songs if you finish in last place. You might only get fifteen seconds to speak escalating up to about two men. Everyone only talks for fifteen seconds. He's the only one to talk for a long time. Right. Well, you know, the champion and founder an all time winner. Uh-huh. Who why did we ask that question again, Billy because you get them to know the galas? Very interesting to me PF is something that I hold with high regard, even though I've never been a member never will be a member. It's one of those things that you look into. And you're like, hey that kinda sucks like an outsider, even though you're right there. Right. That's crazy. Well, it's it's an exclusive league. I mean relatives of ours. Nephews have asked to be in PF PI, and we kind of rebuff he barely let my wife in. Well, you know, she's in. She's in good standing, even though she doesn't like shrimp and mushroom. We love her. Anyway, my brothers had a girlfriend for a few years now. She's not in right? Well, she didn't know which end of the football goes up. Which end of the fall does go up either because they're identical question. So for your entry into the AFI PF. Raft to be able to answer one of Greg's trick question. That's right. Which of the flip side of the football is up. Right. Right. And if they don't know that it's a trick question. If they just look confused by the question is that good enough to get them in. No. And the alternate trick question is would as Millard Fillmore as middle name..

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"millard fillmore" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"millard fillmore" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Critters is this. You're going to be streamed. Like it was last year. Was that a one time affair that? Did not go over well within the family that was considered a betrayal breach. And I was not happy with it. Yeah. I'm speaking only for myself what we're going to do. We're gonna do something on social media related to the PF PI gala, but certainly won't be like a livestream or a lengthy video. It might be do you award and award to yourself. And then have a thank you speech. So really nobody else is necessary this year because you pick the food you eat the food you give the speeches and you present the award. No, we we do have other categories in our award ceremony. And and everybody in the league gets to make a speech allotted an escalating amount of time. We all have walkup songs if you finish in last place. You might only get fifteen seconds to speak escalating up to about two min. Everyone only talks for fifteen seconds. He's the only one that talks for a long time. Right. Well, you know, the champion and founder an old time winner. Uh-huh. Who why did we ask that question again, Billy I because. Get them to know the galas. Very interesting to me PF is something that I hold with high regard, even though I've never been a member never will be a member. It's one of those things that you look into. And you're like, hey that kind sucks like an outsider, even though you're right there. Right. That's crazy. Well, let's it's it's an exclusive league. I mean relatives of ours. Nephews have asked to be in PF PI, and we kind of rebuff he barely let my wife in. Well, you know, she's in. She's in good standing, even though she doesn't like shrimp and mushroom. We love her. Anyway, my brothers had a girlfriend for a few years now. She's not in right? Well, she didn't know which end of the football goes up which end of the fall does go up either because of their identical question. So for your entry into the af PF raft to be able to answer one of Greg's trick question. Which of the flip side of the football is up. Right. Right. And if they don't know that it's a trick question. If they just look confused by the question is that good enough to get them in. No. And the alternate trick question is what does Millard Fillmore as middle name. Peter. What is it Al how no idea? Well, I mean who who is this person Millard Fillmore, former president of the United States go. Okay, mood, Allard them. I didn't even know what this is. I know what his full name is Millard Fillmore. So it is a trick question. No middle name. No, just like my mother Ruth, Cody, no middle name. Uh-huh. You're a trick question. Man. I don't have a middle name either really have often off, you know, I've solicited opinions as to what I should choose as a middle name. But I started that when I was like twenty two and I am pick the middleman. No, not out is the Al Gutierrez. Yeah. Alicea a Goto generic name that I use for everything. Al Hamilton Alba Gila cutting mcgillicuddy L Amilton, I can't pick a name that's short for something and not be the full name. It should rhyme with Izzy. That's a great idea is he dizzy. Many that things that rhyme with Izzy can you can you create your own middle name if you don't have one. Yes. Jamie McIntyre name if I want to you could legally right or named Greg Cody junior, get my FBI PF. I don't know what it is the FBI. He's PI by the way, the institution, and this is also because I'm hungry. I'm just gonna know to those of you who thought that I was complaining about everything in life and don't enjoy food. I'm going to have pizza with the rest of the group thing about that. You wanted to make sure that we got crested if you have it. But it's fun. Do you ever want to make that that Dallas Seahawks pick? Sure, we'll do that next donlevatar Yanni out of a boo. Boo. Stugatz. Jaanus out of a boom, boom..

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"millard fillmore" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"millard fillmore" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"What is it? Now. How no idea. Wow. I mean, who who is this person Millard Fillmore former around president of the United States, go muehler Allard from I didn't even know this is I know what his full name is Millard Fillmore. So it is a trick question. No middle name. No, just like my mother, Ruth, Cody. No middle name. Uh-huh. You're a trick. Trick question, man. I don't have a middle name either really have often off, you know, I've solicited opinions as to what I should choose as a middle name of. But I started that when I was like twenty two album pick the middleman. No, not Al is the Al Gutierrez. Yeah. Alicea a Goto generic name that I use for everything Al Hamilton album guilty, cutting now mcgillicuddy L Amilton, I can't pick a name that's short for something and not be the full name. It should rhyme with Izzy. That's a great idea is he dizzy. Things that rhyme with Izzy can you can you create your own middle name if you don't have one. Yes. Tire name if I want to you could legally right or aimed at Greg Cody junior and get my FBI or f- PF. I don't know what it is. He FBI PI by the way the institution, and this is also because I'm hungry. I'm just gonna note to those of you who thought that I was complaining about everything in life and Joan enjoy food. I'm going to have pizza with the rest of the group thing about that. You wanted to make sure that we got then crested if you haven't. But it's fun. Do you ever want to make that that Dallas Seahawks pick? Sure, we'll do that next. Let me tell you about Pete who loved hockey and always wanted to play in the NHL Pete played since he was three and begged his mom to let them stay on the ice by some nights. He even slept in its hockey skates. Peach practiced and practiced until one day when he was forty seven p three lines TI just wasn't that good. So he threw his skates in the trash. But then he heard how DIKO proud partner of the NHL good save money on car insurance. So he switched and saved a bunch..

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