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Hinds County Supervisor David Archie Blames Fraud for Election Loss

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Hinds County Supervisor David Archie Blames Fraud for Election Loss

"This is a perfect example cue up for me cut tension I thought challenging an election questioning towns questioning machines signatures I thought I'd I thought that was a prison sentence I thought that was an insurrection where we would be not told that you're not allowed to question elections it's tyranny it's the 14th amendment you're fostering a rebellion against the United States hang up by the I thought we were told that yet this story seemingly flew under the radar gave me need this tomorrow on the podcast do I forgot I can't believe I didn't get to this. Here's Hines County, county Mississippi, supervisor David Archie Democrat claiming on the local news channel claiming they were the victims of election frauds. I'm just is this guy in the he's he's not Mike Mike Mike have you heard anything any updates from you no prison no no no prison time can you Jim can you do me a favor can you reach to out the FBI today for an on -the -record comment if there's going to be a wanted poster see because this guy's a Democrat alleging during a primary that another Democrat may have tinkered with the election but notice notice there's no FBI raids or anything like that why because he was a shocker this guy's exercise exercising his constitutional right to free speech reason allowed to challenge an election all he wants but Donald Trump it finds his people that indicted in Georgia for the so weird the exact exact same thing so straight Joseph yes justice here here listen to yourself check this out Hines County Democratic Party person by the name of Jackie Hanks we both we believe and we have evidence that Jackie Amos

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Fresh update on "mississippi" discussed on Jim Bohannon

Jim Bohannon

00:09 sec | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mississippi" discussed on Jim Bohannon

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A highlight from LGM Podcast: Talking Football with Rich Brooks

podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money

03:27 min | 3 weeks ago

A highlight from LGM Podcast: Talking Football with Rich Brooks

"The football isn't going to change it because the mighty dollar is doing it all. The greed and, you know, let's face it, players are getting paid, coaches are making exorbitant salaries that make no sense, really, that make no sense. This is the Lawyers, Guns and Money podcast. Hello and welcome to the Lawyers, Guns and Money podcast. My name is Rob Farley. Here with me is my colleague Eric Loomis. Eric and I have the tremendous honor to have as a guest on this Guns and Money podcast, Coach Rich Brooks. His biography is long, but it involves being the head coach of the Kentucky Wildcats. It involves being the head coach of the St. Louis Rams, and most notably for us, the head coach of our beloved Oregon Ducks. Sir, it is a tremendous honor to have you here with us this afternoon. It's a pleasure to be with you. I wanted to start just by asking, I know that you live back in Oregon, and I hope that your place is safe from the fires. We have had a lot of smoke. I have a son that lives up the McKenzie River about 25 miles, and his house burned down in the fires two years ago, and the fires are close to his house again, but the good news is he can't get to it because everything else is burned around it, but it's been pretty smoky, and the wind has changed, and it should be a good day for Oregon football on Saturday when they open, as long as the wind continues from the north or the west. Well, let's hope so, and you know, part of the reason that we wanted to talk to you is this is such a transformative moment in college football right now. I mean, you of course coached Oregon for 17 years. You also played at Oregon State, and the fate of those two schools in the current conference realignment has differed, and Oregon and Oregon State, after playing against each other for over a century, all of a sudden that may not happen anymore, and I'm wondering from your perspective, what your thoughts are about realignment and the ways in which it's affecting these two schools that mean so much to you? Well, you know, people don't remember, but when I went to play at Oregon State, graduated Nevada Union High School in Grass Valley, California in 1959, and played freshman football that year, and then varsity football 60 -61 -62, and had the pleasure of playing on a pretty good team with Terry Baker, who won the first Heisman Trophy west of the Mississippi, but in those days, Oregon State was independent. It was not part of the PAC -8 at that time. The league broke up over money.

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Fresh update on "mississippi" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:03 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mississippi" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Okay, everybody. Time to get to work. Do the hard work. Every single one of you should become a precinct committeeman. Every single one of you should need to do grassroots work. If Donald Trump just does three to five votes better per precinct in Arizona, he wins Arizona. That is a fact. Joining us now is Scott Pressler, who is doing the work to help save the republic, founder of Early Vote Action. Scott, welcome to the program. Give us an update. What have you seen on the ground? What is the work that is necessary for us to win in 2024? Thank you, Charlie. Well, you know, despite Democratic Governor Shapiro in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania instituting the automatic voter registration, we got data from the last week. Republicans still gaining over Democrats, despite the strategy of the governor. We're seeing gains in Kentucky, Louisiana, all across the country. People are joining the Republican Party. But as we saw from a poll that recently showed Joe Biden being down by 10 points, guys, I hate to say it. Polls don't matter. Votes matter. Getting ballots into boxes matter. And 2022 was supposed to be a red tsunami. We were supposed to have Republicans gain in the House, gain in the Senate. And so clearly we can't take our feet off the pedal and we have to make sure that we're becoming PCs, joining the Republican Party, registering voters. And this is very important. Getting out in this November's elections, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Jersey, Virginia and Pennsylvania. We have elections this November. Yes. And so let's let's focus on Wisconsin in particular. How do we look? What are we seeing on the ground in Wisconsin? There was a very big story here breaking. Wisconsin Supreme Court bans absentee drop boxes. Talk walk through this. What's going on? Well, that's accurate, Charlie. However, I want people to keep in mind that it was the former conservative justices that instituted that ban and the Democrats are already suing now that the liberals have taken over. And we have Janet Proteszewicz on the bench. So just because we've had this small victory, just realize that we need to be constantly pursuing that the Democrats are going to sue. They're going to have litigation. And Joe Biden only, I say this very loosely, won the state of Wisconsin by 20,000 votes in 2020. And so we must register new voters. I just saw something by Nathan Trueblood the other day saying that there are 1 million unregistered voters in the state of Wisconsin, and 40% of hunters are not registered to vote. Guys, we have the votes in the state, but we must make sure that they're registered at their current address. And for our truckers, police officers, firefighters, pilots, for people that won't be in town on Election Day in November of 2024, we must encourage them to either get an absentee ballot or to vote early in person if we're going to win the state of Wisconsin. So let's let's go through state by state. Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin. Which of those three do you think that we are in the best place and which of those are we in the worst place? I think Georgia is probably in the best place. I would put Wisconsin in the middle and I would put Arizona as probably the state that needs the most love and attention. And it's not because we don't have the numbers. It's not because we don't have the enthusiasm. But I think people saw what happened to Cary Lake. I think they saw what was criminal, what happened on Election Day. And so I'm so glad that we have organizations like yours, Charlie's, Charlie headquartered in Arizona to continue that enthusiasm bump. But people need to know that we can win in Arizona. But here's one very important thing. In Arizona, we have something called the presidential preference election. In normal primaries, independent voters can choose whether to have a Democratic or Republican ballot. But in the PPE, the presidential preference election, you must be registered as a Republican to vote for your Republican candidate. So my fear, Charlie, is that in the state of Arizona, we're going to have this huge group of independents that are going to go to vote next year, only to be told that they can't participate in the election. And so we must use our voices to let Arizonans know they need to register as a Republican for the next year. How the Democrats, Joe Biden's a disaster, but talk about what we are seeing. Are they continually funding ballot chasers, voter reg, the boring stuff? Have the Democrats continued that sort of infrastructure building? You know, they have, Charlie, but they do it in a different way. The Democratic Party of Pennsylvania is in shambles. They don't have money. They had to fire staffers in July of 2023. And in fact, they printed out thousands of voter cards telling people to vote on November 8th of this year, a day after election day. And so the Democratic Party, it's not that they're wonderful. It's not that they're competent. They actually don't have as much money as Republicans, but you hit the nail on the head. It's the NGOs. It's the 501c3s. It's organizations that are getting the money. And I have to say, where are the staffers by the RNC and GOP? The Democrats, I read an article, are putting 20 million dollars into a voter registration operation. We must have organizations like Turning Point Action, like my organization, early vote action that are being funded if we're going to be able to compete with the Democrats. Yeah. So talk a little bit more about that NGO infrastructure. It's outside. It's nonparty money. It's hard to track. I mean, we at Turning Point USA have a 501c3 and we have a 501c4 at the C3. We are so careful because we know that it's prohibited from any political involvement. Anybody around Turning Point USA will tell you how carefully we follow those rules. We follow them precisely. We have a 501c4 for a reason. The C4 is harder to raise money because it's non-deductible. And that's basically the reason. So you don't get a tax advantage. But talk about how the 501c3s in particular are really pushing the boundary of legal operations in these states. And they're flooding in from the Soros Foundation, from the Rockefeller Foundation, from the Tides Foundation, from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, from Laurene Powell Jobs Emerson Collective to Reid Hoffman, Aspen Institute. Talk about that, Scott. And this is very hard to track. For example, when Mark Zuckerberg did the Center for Technology for Life, that was all 501c3 dollars tax deductible, a 400 million dollar contribution. Scott, tell us more about it. Well, many of these 501c3s are operating, as you said, under the guise of being non-partisan, but it's anything but. And so that's why it's important that we're passing legislation in states like I believe Texas has done, Florida has done, that stop things like the quote unquote Zuckerbergs of allowing that out of state, or excuse me, that out of election money to interfere into our elections. But look at what's happening at the border. We have these NGOs that are allowing the invaders to keep on coming into our country. And then on top of that, we have groups, even like the churches, I hate to say it, we have churches that are then taking care of immigrants after the NGOs bring them into our country. And all of these groups are operating. They have data like Eric. And that's why it's important that we're having states finally take ourselves out of those machineries to make sure that we're protecting the process. It's so important. Let's put this up on screen if we can, please. I don't know if we have it handy, which is just the web of Democrat get out the vote machinery all in one picture. Look at that there on Real America's Voice and on live stream. We're gonna put this on, I think we have it on charliekirk.com, but this is voter contact, volunteer deployment, organizing tools, research, data analytics and modeling, voter engagement, volunteer and activist mobilization, fundraising. If we get our act together, if we're able to chase some ballots, how significantly can we curtail their machinery advantage? I say without hesitation, if we set up the infrastructure now to do voter registration, to do ballot chasing, to do early voting, to push an all of the above approach going into 2024, you hear me loudly and clearly, we do have the ability to defeat Joe Biden and to elect an entirely Republican government next year. I think that if we are the Democrats are an unpopular regime, they're five to seven points unpopular with the everyday people, but they close that gap. In my estimation, they're able to get anywhere between five to eight points of just muscle votes funded by rich oligarchs by 45 days of early voting. If we can make their competitive advantage a two-point boost instead of a seven-point boost, they're done.

Tristan Harris Exposes the Truth About A.I. That You Need to Hear

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

04:37 min | Last month

Tristan Harris Exposes the Truth About A.I. That You Need to Hear

"Tristan Harris is really one of the quite remarkable forces in technology these days, the co -founder of the Center for Humane Technology, along with Aza Raskin. If you've watched The Social Dilemma, you've seen a lot of my guests, Tristan. And if you have seen the A .I. dilemma, either the one that was introduced by Steve Wozniak or the one at the Aspen Ideas Festival, you were engaged by. Tristan, thank you for joining me and thanks for spending so much time with me this afternoon. My pleasure, Hugh. I'm really excited to talk about these issues. So am I. I want to begin by asking you, in terms of the sudden influx of publicity, have you been a little bit overwhelmed by that? Because I looked at the numbers on The Social Dilemma and it's hundreds of millions of views in 190 countries on 30 different languages. I don't know how fast the two presentations of The Social Dilemma are, but I think it's spreading like kudzu in Mississippi. Are you referring to the A .I. dilemma talk, you mean? Yeah, either one. Yeah, sure. Well, so, you know, The Social Dilemma came out in September 2020 and it was two months before the election. It was right in the middle of the pandemic. I think a lot of families who were at home and maybe sheltering in place, everyone was sort of cooped up and really felt the issues of social media, which we call first contact with A .I. And the reason for that is because, you know, when you open up TikTok or Instagram or Facebook or Twitter and you flick your finger up to see what's the next video it's going to show me, you literally activated one of the biggest supercomputers we've ever built, powered by all this data on what three billion other humans have actually ever watched. And it can make a prediction based on the things you've already watched, the videos you've already clicked on, the time you spent, which ones you liked, which ones you shared. And it builds a profile to make a prediction of what is the video or photo or tweet I could show you next that if I showed it to you would be the most likely to keep you here. And that's what we call the race to the bottom of the brain stem. That was first contact with A .I. And A .I. pointed at your kids brains trying just to maximize this narrow goal of what's good for engagement. What could go wrong? It doesn't sound like it's this horrible thing, right? Because you're giving people theoretically content that's more relevant to them. But as people who saw the social dilemma know about and have seen is that it's driven all these problems, these externalities, right, that no one at the companies ever intended addiction, doom, scrolling, anxiety, loneliness, sexualization of young girls, more extreme content, sorting us to the most political outrage that will make us most angry every day, you know, confirming, doubling down on confirmation bias. All humans are biased. But this is about showing people even more things that would kind of bias their thinking that confirms their worldview. And all of those effects, you know, no one anticipated. And what our work now is about is pointing the finger at this next leap in A .I. called generative A .I. The first contact with A .I. was a curation A .I., an A .I. of social media that's just curating which of the posts should I show you next just by selecting which content. And that was enough to have this really seismic impact on kids mental health and democracy and so on. But second contact with A .I. is this generative A .I. It's the reason why to your point, you know, why does it feel like the news headlines are exploding with stuff about A .I.? And there's a specific reason that progress is exploding and why the publicity is exploding. And it's because in 2017, there was actually like an Indiana Jones switch. If you remember the film Indiana Jones, which is the thing that's sitting there of the same weight, the thing that we used to call A .I. that was moving at kind of a slow and steady pace for multiple decades, everyone always freaked out about when terminators or A .I. were going to ruin the world. And that was going to take a really long time. And just to be clear, I was not worried about that. I thought that futuristic concerns about artificial intelligence were science fiction and they're going to be way off in terms of timelines. But there is a really important change that your listeners should be aware of, which is that in 2017, there was a breakthrough in this technology called Transformers. There's a paper called Attention is All You Need. And I won't bore your listeners to the details, but all you need to know is that it birthed this new kind of A .I. called large language models. They look at patterns in language. They read the text of the entire Internet. They read every verse of the Bible. They read every piece of code that's ever been written. They look at all chemistry, all biology, all images, all video, all text, and they synthesize it together into what really is capable of having a kind of general kind of intelligence. You can reason across disciplines.

Steve Wozniak Tristan Tristan Harris Hugh September 2020 2017 Center For Humane Technology Aza Raskin 30 Different Languages Mississippi Bible The Social Dilemma 190 Countries Aspen Ideas Festival Two Presentations This Afternoon Facebook Attention Is All You Need Hundreds Of Millions Of Views Twitter
A highlight from The God Who Keeps His Promises

Evangelism on SermonAudio

25:25 min | Last month

A highlight from The God Who Keeps His Promises

"Welcome to the podcast of first presbyterian church of gulfport, mississippi to learn more about our church our beliefs And our pastor, please visit fpcgulfport .org Throughout the old testament god made a series of incredible promises Promises that defied his people's expectations And in his time he fulfilled every last one of them in today's study of first kings 8 We'll consider the god who always keeps his promises Including those that he's made to you and I You know one of the very lowest or worst times for god's people Occurred back in the book of numbers is in the wilderness god's people were in the wilderness now Why were they in the wilderness? Well, they're in the wilderness because that's where they chose to be You see if you remember the story god had told them I have made you i've created i've set aside for you a promised land It's yours go for it And so they sent in spies to check it out to see what it was like to see if they indeed could take it However, when the spies reported back the majority of the spies said no way They said the land is great. No problems there. The land is great the problem is There are giants there. The problem is we're just a bunch of people in the wilderness They've got cities like jericho with walls that are high. They've got armaments. They've got soldiers who stand one and a half times above us God may have told us to go there, but we can't because we'll die And so they spent their time in the wilderness. And in fact a whole generation died out Of that level of distrust or lack of confidence what god told them to do So they're wandering in the wilderness. That's what made the book of numbers so sad They're in a place No one wants to go doing things that they shouldn't be doing and they do it for a whole Generation and they did it based on fear They did it on the basis of that. We just can't do what god has told us to do We know god is strong. I mean, of course, he's strong. Look what he did to pharaoh. He brought all those plagues 10 of them and yet And yet he won't do that for us. I mean he did it back then but You know that was then this is now They had enough faith to remember moses. They had enough corporate honesty to know what happened In their recent past and yet they didn't have enough faith to think that what god did in the past had any bearing on What he would do in the future god says go into the land. They say no We'll die despite the fact That one generation earlier god had literally swapped the armies of pharaoh under the red sea that god had brought down all these plagues If you're god, you're thinking to yourself, you know, I think i've made a pretty good case for myself Am I willingness to protect you? What are you doing? But the people were were fearful They're anxious God had made them a promise They just doubted his ability to come through on it Is that where you're at matters of faith a whole generation of israelites That's where they were at They had enough faith to believe god was there Do you believe god's there I hope so The problem was not that they didn't believe he was there And their problem was not that they didn't believe he'd done some really cool things a long time ago. The problem was They didn't think they would come through for them in this particular instance. No matter what he had said. They knew he'd promised They just doubted the reliability of that promise and for some of us That's our concern We don't doubt god exists. We know he's there Sometimes we doubt whether he loves us enough to count us in that promise And other times we just doubt whether he's actually going to do the very things that he said that he was going to do Well today's text we're seeing psalm is stopping the presses. He's taking the people by the lapel He's shaking him and saying dear heavens. Do you see what god has done? Not a word failed Of what he said not a word not a syllable has failed what he said he would do And he made some of the most amazing promises You could possibly make to people who are in no position to believe that they'd ever be received He told abram old abram and old sarah that they'd have a not just a kid But a progeny the more numerous than the stars in the sky It was a promise seemed unbelievable to fulfill and he fulfilled it to a t He's done everything that he would say he would do and the reason that was important for them And the reason that's important to us is because he's made you a promise, too He's made you a promise about your future And the question is can he come through will he come through In today's text psalm wanted to encourage his people and god wants to encourage us that the answer is yes Let's look at the first couple verses. Let's start with verse 54. Then. Let's work our way through the balance verse 54 And so it was when solomon had finished praying all this prayer and supplication to the lord That he rose up from before the altar of the lord from kneeling on his knees with his hands spread up To heaven All right. Let's stop there in the verses immediately preceding today's passage The temple was done it had taken a while But the temple is now done and king solomon if you read earlier in chapter eight, he had prayed a lengthy prayer That's okay. He had a lot to say so he praised this lengthy prayer and during this prayer. He'd recounted god's faithfulness Sometimes that's okay, too We pray to god and we thank god and we remind god of what he already knows the things that he's done And by virtue of us reminding him of what he already knows we remind ourselves of what we need to hold on to going forward So he prayed this lengthy prayer and then he rises up and stands but as he stands he swivels And he looks out a bunch of folks whose faith was probably like a sine curve Ups and downs from person to person maybe from day to day maybe from hour to hour Solomon was looking at those who had doubts and anxieties not that different from those that many of us had He's also looking at some folks that he knew to be hard -headed You ever read moses experiences in deuteronomy ministering to god's people just hard -headed people David had had the same experience psalm and already as a young king. He had seen the same thing the people are hard -headed They not only tended to reject a lot of things that the prophets and leaders said But they also tended to reject what god had said, but god had still been faithful That was part of his prayer. Thank you god You've been so faithful we've been such such goofs we've done all the things we shouldn't do we've really messed up But you've never let us down You fulfilled everything to a t meanwhile. We're just staggering around the wilderness Even as they'd come into the promised land It's still their faith was like a sine curve and psalm praises says god. Thank you that you don't operate the way that we do Thank you that your promises are reliable So in verse 54, he wraps up this prayer and now again as he swiveled to talk to the people He wants to both encourage them and to challenge them. Let's see what he says in verses 55 and 56 Verse 55 then he stood and he blessed all the assembly of israel with a loud voice sang Blessed be the lord who has given rest to his people israel according to all that he has promised There's not failed one word of all his good promise which he promised through his servant moses If someone were to make you a promise What's the first thing your brain does? So it makes you a promise. What's the first thing you do? Well, here's the first thing I do You think through and you say well what other promises have you made in the past? Because I think i'm going to adjudicate Your ability and willingness to come through on this particular issue On the basis of whether you came through on other issues If someone makes you a promise you immediately you can't help it you think of the track record You think is this a reliable source? Of information promises and the like we consider a new promise in light of what has been done with the old ones Well in verses 55 and 56 Solomon says look there are still better promises yet ahead if you think that this promised land is cool Just wait till you see what is yet to come there's better promises of a better land. There's a better moses coming down the road There's all sorts of stuff in the future that we have to hold on to By faith and in order to believe those promises of that outcome you need to look back and ask Did god come through and what he already said he would do and in verses 55 and 56 he says yes He says look god said some amazing stuff in the past And he delivered he delivered on things that seemed impossible for him to fulfill and so with a loud voice in verse 55 He basically tells the people he says You are the most fortunate of all people because your god Unlike the gods of the philistines and the canadites and the moabites and the amorites and the hitites and the jebusites and every other Ite he says unlike them your god has an unbroken track record Unlike the pagan prophecies and pagan gods of stone and marble and wood That have failed consistently habitually That have let down the very people who have bent the knee to them unlike those people You have a god who came through on every last thing he told you he would Blessed be you and blessed be the name of the lord And he wanted them to remember some of the things that god had done in fact, that's healthy. That's why we read the book That's why we study the old testament And the new as we understand we remember what god has done and how that applies to us We think about the things he did how amazing they were and if he did those amazing things Maybe yet there'll be a resurrection from the dead. Maybe yet We'll all go to heaven. Maybe yet all the things for the future will be fulfilled if he's done all these things in the past You know, as we said some of the things that god promised Defied expectations and the belief of everyone who heard them at the outset I already mentioned abraham and sarah You take the old couple tell them that they're going to have a child and they've been barren all these years and where time has passed Sarah's reaction. I was just to laugh it seemed utterly implausible God made them a promise that seemed utterly implausible and yet he he came through Psalm looked out and saw the descendants He saw the fulfillment of this one promise Think even further back think of noah god promised to this one guy this one Paragon of virtue and just a sea of apostasy and unrighteousness he says it's going to rain But you're going to make it because you're going to build a boat However, it's not going to be just any boat You're going to build a boat big enough to fit all the creatures within the creative realm within it now dear heavens If there is a promise that just defies expectation and belief that it could ever be fulfilled. This is it Of course noah trusted god and went about building a boat in god's time It was filled with animals and god's time the rain came God made a promise that defied expectation then then he fulfilled it Just after the time of when they entered the promised land they came up to the city that god's people You know, they crossed the jordan they come in. All right, so we're in the promised land. Uh -oh. Uh -oh What's that big city with a big wall just right over there? Oh my stars. We made it across the jordan We're in the promised land, but now surely we're gonna die God says no, I promised you got this you got this I got this i'll take you through this And they're like, well how we don't have any weaponry We barely made it across the jordan. We've been in the wilderness. We don't look at that wall And god says hey and rolls up his sleeves. So this is proverbial sleeve so to speak and says tell you what Just march around the city playing the instruments in the light Do that. Sometimes the wall is going to come down who would believe that? Well, they did And god responded God made a promise and god delivered Back in deuteronomy 12 god had said this he says when you cross over the jordan and dwell in the land Which lord your god's giving you to inherit and he gives you rest from all your enemies all around so that you dwell in safely Then there will be the place with lord God your god chooses to make his name abide in deuteronomy 12 written during the time of moses long time before solomon God says this is going to be a future you're going to have a place and there's going to be a temple and in that temple My name will abide well again Psalms looking out at people who had anxieties about what would god do in the future and he says, please Look what he did in the past Please if you have anxiety about what the future holds if you have trouble believing Aspects of what the future the promised future to the church as a whole or use an individual, please Look at what he did in the past and see how he came through and understand. Nothing's impossible In fact god honestly a hundred percent delights in doing things you don't expect in ways that you wouldn't expect That's just the way he operates So he says here just hear the promises evaluate the promises against promises of old and understand That there is a track record that you can turn to whenever doubts strike whenever these concerns come to mind So in verses 55 and 56, this is what he's saying and he goes even further than that He says not only has god fulfilled all his promises, but not a word of them has failed It's not like he did everything in the abstract that yeah, he delivered, you know largely what he said he was going to do You're at a contractor If a contractor is going to build a house or you know Put up a shed or doing a number of different things and they go out They start to work on the thing and so forth and then when you're done you look and you say well He did largely what he said he was going to do. I mean, I don't love everything It's not all perfect, but it largely honored what he said That's the way most contracts with most individuals and everything work largely they're fulfilled Solomon says the contract the covenant the promises that god has made. It's not just that he fulfilled them largely He fulfilled them to the letter not a word had failed of all the impossible things That god told his people to expect unbroken track record. Let's look at verses 57 through 60 verse 57 And so may the lord our god Be with us as he was with our fathers May the lord god who did all that stuff long time ago to people that generations earlier May he do to us as he is done with them May he not leave us nor forsake us that he may incline our hearts to himself to walk in his ways to keep his commandments And statutes and judgments that he commanded to our fathers and made these words of mine with which i've made supplication before the lord Be near the lord our god day and night that he may maintain the cause of a servant and the cause of his people israel As each day may require god is the god of every day of your life Not just god of this whole thing or god of when you're finally saved and on the other side. He's god now Whatever you're doing today this week He is the god of this day verse 60 that all the peoples of the earth may know that there is a lord That the lord is god and there is no other All right. Let me ask you a different question. I asked one earlier. Let me ask you something different Have you ever had someone that you've loved or trusted? Leave you Have you ever had someone that you've loved or trusted leave you volitionally Have you had someone that you've loved or trusted walk away from you or reject you Neglect you although you needed them There's few heartaches for those who can relate to that There's few heartaches as great as being left by those that we love It can be just heart -rending to have someone's presence in your life there for a season and then in a different season in your Life when you desperately need them They're not there If you've experienced that You may find that even months or years later that the hole hasn't gone away It still hurts With that said notice what solomon said in verses 57 through 60 He said may the lord our god Be with us as with our fathers. May he not leave us or ever forsake us You know the gods of the pagans disappeared at times They went off and did their own thing, which is why elijah mocked bale and the others perhaps your god is sleepy We need to wake him up is what he told on mount karma what he told the prophets of bale The pagans had gods that could go away for a season the greek same deal That gods would be busy up on mount olympus, maybe they'd care for you one day maybe they wouldn't But here solomon tells his people and god tells us That he's with us just as he was with our fathers just as he was with moses Whether you're here your name is bob or stew or frank or fran God's with you. God's with you every bit as much as he was with moses That's an encouraging thought because We don't feel like moses most of the time But his presence is with us his presence is with our church And so solomon says, you know if we understand that and we cleave to him our future is bright It's so bright because the right man is on our side the man king. Jesus The right man is on our side, you know, even if the whole world should turn against you Which given enough time it might Even the whole world should turn against you. God won't even if every other promise is broken If even if every loyal friend breaks ranks with you in the time that they come god won't And when you're hurting in that midnight hour when you feel all alone, he says i'm with you And we got this together I'm with you and we got this. All right, let's look at our last verse verse 61 our last verse So now he's encouraging the people about how to respond to these promises and god's presence and the like verse 61 He tells the people and you can imagine his hands that he says it he says let your heart therefore Be loyal to lord our god Let your heart therefore be loyal to lord our god to walk in his statutes and keep his commandments as it is this day This is a benediction of sorts it's a blessing It's also an exhortation And in this exhortation king solomon tells people what he told them previously He says if we believe all this to be true if we believe there is a god in heaven if we believe that he loves us If we believe he's told us how to live Then the evidence of that belief is not simply what we profess with our mouth the israelis profess things all the time That wasn't their problem It's what they did with it how they acted how they responded Remember, we've talked about the difference between orthodoxy and orthopraxy orthodoxy is the easy part orthodoxy is just accepting propositional theological truth And saying amen. Amen what's harder is going out those doors and acting accordingly So solomon he puts his hands out and says hey Aaa Be careful to be loyal to our god and to keep his statutes his laws and his judgments Let me ask you do you remember you remember what your first car was? I got in trouble. I talked about cars recently What was it pinto? Was that what it was something like that? I got in trouble I called out a car and someone said that was my car. So i'm not gonna do that I'll call out my first car. My first car was a brown mazda b2000 pickup Man alive they were a lot smaller and they're making pickups these days pickups these days or something else You know, I had this little thing going down the road and like so I had this mazda b2000 pickup now I did love the car. It was my first car So of course, I loved it and I waxed it and polished it and shined it and like at first Then I went to college and still had the car and I had other priorities or other things that interested me other pursuits for my time and suddenly it wasn't even just a lack of washing the car Other things like I don't know oil changes just things that you just should do, you know, the common sense stuff I was like nah this This car hasn't let me down before right? I mean, I didn't give it an oil change in the last month So it probably doesn't need this one month. Well kick that forward a while. What happens i'll tell you what happens It ends up with me on i -5 north of eugene oregon on the side of the road having Say flipped a rod. I'm those you know cars better. I don't know what happened bruised a rod broke a rod Whatever there was a rod involved and it stopped working And so the car stopped working and it never drove again. That was it I kissed a goodbye it went on a tow truck and it was and it was gone We tend to prioritize the things that are important to us It's easy to ascend to propositional truth when it's right in front of us the people there at that time With the new temple and the hurrahs and you know the celebrations and the dinner on the grounds They were having back in this day. The people were excited. It wasn't hard to get them excited It wasn't hard for them to get amen and all that the hard part was in nurturing and caring For that which god entrusted to them down the road and for prioritizing the same things through their actions that they prioritize with their lips Right here and the sad thing was that they wouldn't When I say this is the high point of israel's history up to this point i've been it What does that imply? It implies that things got worse Which they did God made a promise I got you I got you in your future And they had made promises to the differences. They didn't keep theirs And so they backslid in the most egregious of ways to the point to the sad point as we studied in our review of ezekiel Last year whenever it was To the sad point that the same god who came to dwell in this temple in first kings chapter 8 would leave it and ezekiel 10 He would depart the temple leave it as ikabat empty of his glory There's things that have been trusted to matters of faith if you're a parent if you're a father There's things that have been entrusted to you to look out after your loved ones to nurture their faith To take care of their faith to take care of your own faith so that it doesn't get broken down on the side of the road When life circumstances throw you a curveball, which is inevitable There's bins in the road. You can't see coming So The way that we grow and sustain our faith is by immersing ourselves in the faith by doing what god has Said all right before we wrap up or in closing here I want you to notice at the very end of verse 61 He says something interesting and at first when I looked at this text a few years ago I missed it, but I don't want to miss it today verse 61 He said let your heart therefore be loyal to the lord our god to walk in the statutes and keep his commandments And then he adds these four words as at this day Solomon knew the people's history He wanted them to have that particular day emblazoned on their mind to do that Which they had promised to do that day in the time yet to come and yet As we said just a moment ago They wouldn't Roughly 400 years later after this text That day would be a distant memory and they would have forgotten it 400 years later there would be no more cheering There would only be what we call lamentation There would only be disaster Roughly 400 years later as we said before god's glory would depart the babylonians would show up. That's a bad trade They gave up the glory of god. They received the babylonians Ezekiel 10 says this the glory lord departed from the threshold of the temple and stood over the cherubim and the cherubim mounted up from the earth in his sight Same temple look Can that happen to a church to a denomination a nation? Yes, yes, and yes It can happen if we don't keep the first things first It can happen if we don't prioritize that which we're called to prioritize It can happen if we stop trusting god and start trusting ourselves It can happen if we ignore what god has said in his word And start coming up with our own precepts and following the wills and wants of our own hearts In this passage that we've read today Solomon god through psalm is reminding the people that hey, there's some intentionality i've made you a promise and yet and yet There is a degree of intentionality on your part That your future is going to be heavily predicated upon. What will it be? What will it be are you going to be zealous to do the very things that you promised me on First kings 8 that you promised you say you're going to do you say amen. Amen. Are you going to do that? You won't if you're not intentional about it and in time In time the temple might be empty and in time churches or denominations can follow suit and if you don't think that's possible Go to europe Go to new england Just see places that once not that long ago resonated that once With at least a cultural religiosity And all likelihood of something far stronger now be turned to just empty husks of what they once were If it could happen in israel if it could happen in europe if it happened to england it could happen in the bible belt Our responsibility Is to cling to that which god has delivered us once for all through the saints And to champion no matter what the world tells us no matter what's going on in the culture around us Let the culture go to the wind This is what we're called to adhere to and salman put it before the people in an old testament context Said do this and live The same is true for us Let's pray Join, dr. Toby holt and dr.

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A highlight from  MASSIVE ADA FUD  Will Cardano Survive?

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A highlight from MASSIVE ADA FUD Will Cardano Survive?

"Yeah, I love me some Ada, but dude is like a bit like Calculon from Futurama with the dramatic pause. No, this is gas. I'm burpee. Burpee here, folks. That's all. 2 ,900 % price increase if history repeats itself. I think they're talking about going from what, like $0 .02 to $3, I think. Okay, so talking about, yeah, when they trade between $0 .10 and $0 .02 days for $665 before seeing basically a 3 ,000 % price surge. I don't think we're going to get a 3 ,000 % price surge, though. I think we might get, I think we get a 10x from here for, I don't want to say for sure, but you know, I think we get above $3 for Cardano. Chat, tell me your Cardano top prediction. I think we've talked about it before. You're coming in at what, $7 or so? Well, at $7 this year, so at $7, it would have to hit, I'm pulling it up right now, so it'd have to hit a $250 billion market cap as the market sits right now. Yeah, and it'd be a little bit more tokens released. There are inflation rates, 4 -ish, 5 -ish percent. And around $250 billion is where Ethereum sits right now. So it's not really out of the question for Cardano to, you know, 24x, in my opinion, from right now. It kind of looks the same as what it did last cycle. It sat flat. A lot of people thought it was gone when it was sitting at $0 .02 and it had previously hit $1 .20, you know, and then it came back and ripped face off. It hit a new higher high. So I mean, it's nothing that I'm going to be missing in the next bull market. And that's one of the ones that's on kind of my list of what I might be aping into. It's just a matter of if we're going to hit that $25 spot or not on Bitcoin. But Cardano and then a litany of other... $7 .32, $8 .76, $4 .50, $7 -10, $10, $10, $3, $4 .69, lucky number seven. Okay, $0 .22. Someone's going the wrong direction. And $280 billion market cap. All right. But there's a little bit of also bullish news here with Cardano, part of the firm. There have been back to back weeks with over $67 billion in Cardano transaction volume. This is the highest level since September of 2021. Anytime I see a metric that is measured in some sort of not round number like $67 billion, it makes me think of when you're watching Sports Center and they're like this national league pitcher, when he pitches on a Tuesday and it's raining and they're west of the Mississippi and his opponent's name starts with the letter M, he has a $5 and you're like, what's even real at this point? Like, are we just crafting narratives? And so, you know, if you move it to $68 billion, probably different. I don't know why they didn't choose $69 billion or $60 billion or $70 billion. And so, you know, although it's pretty good, we haven't seen volume like this in years, September 21. So let's talk about Chucky though. Chucky, he likes to Falcon. He likes to go in deep sea excursions for meteorites. And I think he's going to be a rare Evo. Shout out to the rare Evo team. We're going to, it used to be rare Bloom. We're going to be at rare Evo. We're going to do a live ATB episode. I know Ben's going to shoot some content out there from, we're going to be out at the podcast booth. So yeah, shout out to all the people in Denver. I'm going to Meow Wolf and Casa Bonita. Oh, you are going to Casa. What'd you get the lottery? Did you, did they accept you into the lottery? So that's no longer a thing. That was like, just what they did, like a limited open and then they they've reopened since. Okay. And so that was for the limited time. Okay. All right, Charles, they're actually about to like open up for lunch and stuff or yeah, they're expanding Casa Bonita. I've never been. It's amazing. I'm looking forward to it. Everything that it's, we did rewatch the South Park episode. It was pretty funny. All right. Charles Hoskinson reacts to criticism. Cardano is here to stay. Let's see, as it happens, he addressed the attacks on Cardano, particularly the proclamations of its death or relevance or failure by the venture capital coins, crypto media, or the maxi crowd telling them Cardano is here to stay in his ex post shared yesterday.

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A highlight from The Death And Final Days Of Moses

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A highlight from The Death And Final Days Of Moses

"Welcome to the podcast of First Presbyterian Church of Gulfport, Mississippi. To learn more about our church, our beliefs, and our pastor, please visit fpcgulfport .org. Outside of Jesus Christ, there is no one that has had more of an impact than the man we call Moses. Moses was used to deliver God's people, to bring them the law, and to build the tabernacle. However, in God's time, Moses died. In today's study of Deuteronomy 34, we'll consider the final days of this great man of God. Over the years, Moses had gone up mountains multiple times to meet with God. On a number of different occasions, Moses had ascended a mountain in order to meet with God there. The time we're most familiar with is when he received the Ten Commandments. In today's text, Moses would do what he had done multiple times before. He would go up the mountain, but this time, he would not return. This time, Moses would die upon the mountaintop. Now, what do you think the last thing that Moses saw was? What do you think the last thing he heard was? The last vision that we're going to see as we jump into today's study, the last vision that graced Moses' eyes, it was a look into the Promised Land. God had made promises to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and he renewed those promises across the years. Moses himself had looked forward to this great day, and here on the mountaintop, he beholds that which was promised centuries ago, he beholds the Promised Land. And he sees in that moment that the promises of God are not void, that God can and will do everything that he has said he would do. So Moses looks out, and as he looks out at the Promised Land, dear heavens, it's so much better than where he just came from. Moses had just come out of the wilderness. Moses had just spent 40 years wandering around with the people in the wilderness, and now he looks out and he sees the Promised Land, and it's every bit as good, every bit as great as God had told him. This is truly a land flowing with milk and honey. I don't know what that looks like, but it sounded pretty good, especially in contrast to the wilderness that they came out of. This is a land that was green. We see palm trees in here. This was lush. This was desirable. There was any manner of things about this land that was far superior than that which he had come. So Moses' life, in a sense, had been building to this moment. Moses' ministry had been building to this moment. At one point, God had commissioned Moses to deliver his people from bondage to Pharaoh, to deliver his people. Now, here's the thing. It's true of them, and it's true of us. When God delivers you from something, when God delivers you from one circumstance, he also delivers you to another. You understand that? When God delivers us from one thing, he delivers us to another thing. In the case of the Israelites, the wilderness was not the end game. God delivered them from Pharaoh, and they spent time in the wilderness. But ultimately, he was delivering them to the promised land. So this was the day, this was the moment, this was the time that Moses' entire life and ministry had been building towards. And it all culminated in his own eyes and his own ears as God whispered, This is the land. This is the land. So Moses saw this. Now, as we look at today's text, I want us to be encouraged. You and I too live in the wilderness. We might not recognize that at times, because at times it's fairly nice, at least here locally. And yet this is the wilderness, and God has trained our eyes just as he has trained Moses' eyes to look towards a promised land that awaits, and to have our entire trajectory, our entire life's course, to head towards that day and that location. So in today's text, on the one hand, we're seeing a story of one man beholding the promised land. On the other hand, today's text is a call for us to look forward to that day when we will behold an even greater promised land yet to come. All right, if you would, let's look now, verses one through four. We'll reread these verses and work our way through the balance. Verse one. Then Moses went up from the plains of Moab, which were no great shakes, the plains of Moab, to Mount Nebo, to the top of Pisgah, which is a cross from Jericho. And the Lord showed him all the land of Gilead as far as Dan, which is up towards the north, all of Naphtali, and the land of Ephraim and Manasseh, all the land of Judah as far as the western sea, the south and the plains of the valley of Jericho, the city of palm trees as far as Zoar. Then the Lord said to him, this is the land. This is the land of which I swore, which I promised, which I covenanted with you, to give to Abraham, to Isaac and Jacob, saying, I will give it to your descendants. And I have caused you, caused you, Moses, to see it with your own eyes, but you shall not cross over there. All right, before I unpack these verses, I want us to recall that if you've read through the book of Deuteronomy, you'll see a few chapters earlier in chapter 31, that God had already told Moses what was about to go down. In other words, nothing that's happening here in chapter 34 is a surprise to Moses. He didn't go up to chapter 34 and all of a sudden realize that this was the end. God had told them way back in 31, also in Numbers, he had told them this is what's going to happen. This is the time frame. This is what to expect. So in chapter 31, God told Moses that the end is near and even told them when and where it was going to occur. But he said, go and get your house in order. And so Moses did and he offered all the people a series of blessings and of course a series of warnings as well. And of course he taught the individuals, he spoke to individuals about the things that they needed to do and the time to come and yet he blessed all of those that he had loved and led for all of these years. And when that was complete, when those actions were done, it was time to go up the mountain. And that final action, that ascending, is what we see in verses one through four. Now in verses one through four, the descriptions we have of going from the plains of Moab to Mount Nebo to the top of Pisgah, which is across from Jericho, if you're a cartography sort of person, you understand that this meant he literally went to the tallest mountain range and to the tallest peak in that mountain range in order to look out. And from that vantage point, he beheld something he'd wanted to see really his entire life. He looked out and he saw it to the north and the east and the south and to the west, this landscape breathtaking which was greater than anything that he had expected into the distance of the land that God had promised. And as his old eyes took this in, as he took this in, as he filtered this experience, this sensory experience that he was seeing, he hears the word of God whisper to him and said, this is the land. Moses, this is the land. This is the land that I swore to Jacob. You know, there is something cool about those moments in life, however rare they may be, when faith becomes sight, when that which we have believed may be for decades only to find out that God, God has fulfilled it in our time and in our sight. For decades, Moses had been leading by faith. I mean, he'd been in the wilderness. That's all he really had to work with. He'd been leading by faith. Now God had blessed the people. He'd given them the quail and the man and all these different things. God had protected the people and put a hedge around them. Their sandals hadn't worn out despite being in the wilderness. God had protected the people and yet it was just a miserable time. It was miserable for Moses in particular because the people were grumbling all the time. Man alive, if you read anything that the people of Israel did during the book of Exodus or Deuteronomy, what you'll see is that this was a rebellious house. They grumbled and they complained. There was even a point when Moses basically said, God, kill me now because the people, they're just too much for me. I can't take this anymore. I can't take this anymore. So Moses had had this very difficult, very challenging time when he'd been out in the wilderness and yet at this moment, the faith that he'd had for decades, the faith he'd had across all these travels, the faith he'd had even as things were going miserable, the faith he had after day after day of things just being so difficult for him, the faith that he had had that God had sowed in his heart is fully realized and validated in this moment. Moses, this is the land. Everything you've done, all your ministry, it's paid off. You have done what I've asked you to do. You delivered the people from Egypt and you've delivered them to the door of the promised land. Moses had believed for decades that God could and would do exactly this. Moses had believed and had faith even when this world gave him faith, having a faith tested and even critiqued by others. They had critiqued him. They critiqued his faith. They critiqued his leadership. After all this time, he realized that everything God had told them had been true. That's exciting to think that there's a day for you too that'll come when your faith will become sight. There's things right now that you take by faith. Well, here's the good news. God's intention in his time is to validate every ounce of faith you have ever placed in him. There will become a time when faith will become sight just as it was for Moses. Now before we look at verses five through seven, I'll ask us, the promised land of Canaan, that no longer holds as much appeal to us per se. And yet Christ himself, Christ said, hey church, hey new covenant community, there is a promised land that's even better than that one. There's a promised land that awaits. And he introduced that promised land when he was talking to his disciples on the night he was betrayed. He gathers them close when they're anxious and he says, hey, let me tell you a little bit about that promised land. He said this, let not your heart be troubled. You believe in God, believe also in me. In my father's house are many mansions. If it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you, that where I am, there you may be also. Moses worked all his life toward the promised land and toward being the recipient of the promises that God had long made to his forefathers. Well, the promise that Jesus made to the disciples in the church is even greater and it's on our horizon as well. Let's look at verses five through seven. So Moses, the servant of the Lord, died there in the land of Moab, according to the word of the Lord. And he buried him in a valley in the land of Moab opposite Beth Peor, but no one knows his grave to this day. Moses was 120 years old when he died. And his eyes were not dim nor his natural vigor diminished. There has never been, never, never, never, never been a man like Moses. Outside of Christ himself, who had the advantage of being fully God and fully man, outside of Jesus Christ, there's never been a man utilized on this entire planet to do the things that Moses did, to accomplish all that he accomplished. To the degree he's considered the great intercessor, the giver of the old covenant. He delivered God's people. He brought them the law. He helped construct the tabernacle. He led them to the promised land. This is one of the greatest profiles any leader could ever desire. And yet, interestingly, in verse five, he dies. What does that tell you? This is the most important man in the era of his day. In all of the cosmos, there was no man born of woman, no man of flesh and blood that was as critical, you could say, to the kingdom of God and to the working of God's purposes than Moses. And yet, in verse five, Moses died. What does that tell you? It tells me we're all replaceable. It tells me that we all minister for a season, however long that season may or may not be. It's a season. And in God's time, he will raise up others, like Joshua, to continue the work. And therefore, as he continues that work, the glory goes to God and not to man. Scripture refers to Moses as the servant of the Lord. Don't miss that. The greatest character in Moses' story is not Moses. It's God. In God's time, as wonderful and amazing and as just tremendous a human being as Moses was, in God's time, he called him home. Now, did he call him because he looked at Moses and said, oh, Moses, you're looking kinda creaky. Moses, I'm just feeling so bad for you. The arthritis is kicking in. You're just shuffling. Moses, let me do you a favor. Let me call you on back. Enter into your rest. Did you do that? Was Moses in that sort of condition? Well, at 120, I would think he would be, but interestingly, Scripture says that wasn't the case. Scripture says that his eyes had not grown dim. His natural vigor was not diminished. Moses was still at 120 years old at the powerhouse. I hope to be at 50, at 60. He was a powerhouse, and we know he was a powerhouse because he did something that I couldn't do and I don't think we all could do. He went up this mountain at 120 years old. We know that he was capable. We know he wasn't shuffling. We know he wasn't near death because he climbed a mountain in the very text we're looking at. This is a man that God didn't call home because he just couldn't bear to see him falling apart this way. He called him home. Because his time was done and his utility in the eyes of God was complete. That'll be true of us as well. There will come a time when God calls us home and rest assured, he will not do so until he is convinced that our utility, our kingdom utility is complete. Now, here's the thing. We might question that timing. We might say, I could do more. I'd grow more, experience more, what have you. And yet God knows what he's doing and he knew when it was time to call Moses. He knew the time to call Moses was different than the time to call McShane. He knew the time to call Moses was different than the time to call Aaron, which was much earlier. You and I, we have a challenge when it comes to mortality. You know one of the things that's developed and I think it's a 21st century North American sort of thing, the bucket list. You know, I looked across theologians and I said, surely this concept of a bucket list, surely a Turretin, surely Spurgeon, surely Calvin wrote about the bucket list, surely. Not so much. It's something we've developed because we have this idea that with the time we have, we should experience everything we possibly can and do everything we can. And I get that impulse. There's a lot of stuff I wanna do. I just mentioned Bob Ross and violins. There's things we all wanna do. And yet, in God's time, he will call us home. Moses never went water skiing. Moses never ate a chocolate bar. Some things we take for granted. Moses never had a po' boy. There was a lot Moses didn't do. But in God's time, when Moses' season was done, God called him home. And that's okay. We don't understand when God calls our loved ones home. We don't get it, we don't like it. And yet, if we look at what they've meant to us, if we look at how they poured their lives into our own, we rejoice that not only did we know them and experience those benefits then, but we continued to reap the benefits of having known them in the first place. There's the old saying that people don't really die, that they live within us. Well, in this sense, they do. The experiences we've had with them continue to infect and inform us in the most positive sense in the time they had to come. And as an aside, our reunion's not that far off. Our reunion's just around the corner. If we have faith, we'll soon have sight. All right, one last thought in verses five through seven before we look at verses eight through 12. One thing I do not want us to miss. So Moses, he dies. God calls him home. God says your utility is complete. Now enter into your rest. So God calls Moses home. Now with that said, Moses dies. I don't know if he's sitting, standing, what have you, but Moses, he's done. Now, who's up there with him? Anyone? Bueller? God is with him, right? So who buries Moses? God. Look at the text again. Look at verses five through seven. So Moses, the servant of the Lord, died there in the land of Moab according to the word of the Lord. And he buried him in a valley in the land of Moab opposite Beth Peor, but no one knows his grave to this day. Do you see this? Moses dies, and then God cradles his body. God cradles his body and takes him to his rest. And he takes him to a place where no one will know where the grave site is because people can be weird about relics and the like and go rushing and touching and receiving the blessing. God says, no, no, no, we're not doing that. So God takes him, cradles his body, and he buries him in a location known only to God. There's no more tender picture, at least not many more tender pictures, that I can see with regards to everyone's passing than to see this. See this picture of God cradling the body of Moses. Doing him this service, even in death, to see that he is buried. Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints. This text bears witness to that. Let's look at verses eight through 12. Verse eight. And the children of Israel wept for Moses in the plains of Moab for 30 days. And so the days of weeping and mourning for Moses ended. Now Joshua the son of Nun was full of the spirit of wisdom, for Moses had laid his hands upon him. And so the children of Israel heeded him and did as the Lord had commanded Moses. But, but since then there has not arisen in Israel a prophet like Moses, whom the Lord knew face to face. And all the signs and wonders which the Lord had sent him to do in the land of Egypt before Pharaoh, before all his servants, and in all his land, by all that mighty power and all the great terror which Moses performed in the sight of all Israel. You know one of the cruelest ironies of that text? For 30 days they mourned and they grieved, and actually this is a customary thing. We don't know that they were actually mourning and grieving like right there on day 29 and then just stopped on day 30 or what have you. We don't know exactly how this works, but we know this much. While he was alive, the people didn't care for Moses. While he was alive, the people really, really went at Moses. They routinely rebelled and rejected and said who put you in charge? They routinely critiqued his decisions, they critiqued his leadership, they critiqued everything about him. They grumbled and they complained. As we said in Numbers 11, Moses even went to God and he says just take me home, take me home already. I've had my fill of these people. And yet, and yet here's the thing, no one in the camp, no one in the camp of Israel that day remembered a time without his leadership, without Moses being in charge. Moses had been a constant stabilizing force in their presence amidst all their difficulties. And now, now he's gone. That can be challenging for us when we lose those who mean so much to us. We have individuals who have been a constant stabilizing force for so long, they've meant so much to us and in God's time he takes them. And yet, even as God took Moses, even as he cradled his body into the grave, God was not unconcerned with what happened to the people. And so God had raised up for the people a means of leadership, specifically Joshua, who would be no slouch for what it's worth, who would be no slouch. Whatever the case is, even as the people wept, which is a little ironic because they didn't love Moses too much while he was with them, we see that even as they're weeping, God has prepared a new leader. In verse nine, we see that he's raised up Joshua. In his providence, God uses different human instrumentation to do his will. At a certain point, all of us will be called home to glory and God willing, God will have raised up other people, whether it's for this pulpit, for this church, or in Gulfport in the community around us. God is busy, as we've seen in the baptism this morning, building his kingdom and plugging and playing different individuals in at different times. Moses, my servant is dead, I'll raise up Joshua. There was still good news for the people, God had not left them even if Moses had. All right, with our remaining time this morning, I want to briefly reread the eulogy that we see in verses 10 through 12. We talked earlier about Moses with regards to who he was and the powerhouse he was and no one was like Moses. Let me read these verses because they're somewhat unique. God doesn't do this for every prophet or individual in his word. Verse 10 says this, but since then, since that time, there's not arisen in Israel a prophet like Moses, whom the Lord knew face to face and all the signs and wonders which the Lord had sent him to do in the land of Egypt before Pharaoh, before all his servants and in all his land and by all that mighty power and all that great terror which Moses performed in the sight of Israel. All right, thinking question, who wrote Deuteronomy? Let me ask you a harder question. Who wrote those verses? we Ah, know that Moses wrote the Torah. What's the first book in the Torah? Genesis, Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy. We know Moses wrote these books. He celebrated as the author of these books. Moses wrote Deuteronomy and yet who wrote that? But since then, there's not arisen in Israel a prophet like Moses whom the Lord knew face to face and then goes on to say about all that he did in the time of Pharaoh. Who wrote these words? Well, many, just as an aside, many believe that Joshua wrote these words. And the reason for that's twofold. Number one, Joshua was used to being Moses' assistant, for lack of a better word. He was used to basically being the guy, the number one, the Spock to his Kirk. He was used to being the guy who would come alongside and help and assist Moses across these years. And it makes some sense that Joshua was the one who wrote this passage given that he was eyewitness to this stuff. He would have certainly been the best, most qualified candidate to write it. Others believe that possibly Ezra, which is a unique thought, but Ezra or other prophets may have been the ones to record them. Well, regardless of who it was that wrote these words, this epitaph, this eulogy here at the end of this book, regardless of who it was that wrote them, we do believe that they're inspired and inerrant and infallible, and their message is this. Moses was one of a kind. The Israelites could not have asked for a better leader even if they didn't recognize it in the time that he was leading them. The Israelites could not have asked for a better intercessor on their behalf, a better deliverer. And yet, just as they would kill the prophets in the years thereafter, they routinely rejected and despised, just hated the very man that God had raised up to bless them. Now, over the centuries, the Israelites would come to see differently. It's funny how that works. Over the centuries, they would come to see differently. Over time, they would come to see Moses as the God -ordained instrument that he was, the great intercessor, the great deliverer, the mediator of the old covenant. In time, they would come to see it, and to prove that they would see it in time, in synagogues, in the synagogues of Christ's time. You know what there was, one of the features of the synagogues? There was a seat. You know what it was called? The seat of Moses, the seat of Moses. In the synagogues, even in Christ's time, they would talk about the seat of Moses, and the point is this, that over the years, they began to understand Moses in ways that they didn't at the time he was leading. They began to revere him. They began to revere him to the point of even in their synagogues, saying that the place, the seat where someone sits in order to read scripture from, the seat where the law is given, we'll call the seat of Moses. Now before I pray this morning, let me ask you, I think a very fascinating, very relevant question. It's actually a question that R .C. Sproul used to ask his students. Here's the question. This really is a thinking cap sort of question. Do you think Moses ever entered into the Promised Land? Now, I'm not using this as a euphemism. I'm not talking about heaven. I'm not talking about that final rest. I mean the literal Promised Land with the dirt and the soil in Canaan. Do you think that Moses ever entered into the Promised Land? Did the feet of Moses ever stand in Canaan? What do you think? All right, hearing both. All right, so here's the answer. Here's the answer. Do you remember in Matthew 17, the event that we call the Mount of Transfiguration, where Jesus Christ goes up a mountain. It's during his public ministry. He goes up this mountain. And when he gets to the top of the mountain, who does Jesus encounter there? Moses and Elijah. In the Mount of Transfiguration, Jesus goes up and he encounters the two titanic men of Israel's history. Elijah, on the one hand, the greatest of the prophets. You could say he typified all of the prophets. But Jesus also encounters Moses there in Canaan on the Mount of Transfiguration, standing amongst him. I think it's kind of fascinating. I think it's awesome that God in Deuteronomy 34 allowed Moses to see the Promised Land just as he'd said. And he said he would die, and he did. And yet how good is God that all those centuries later Moses got to stand there? I think it's interesting to see how God fulfills his promises, sometimes in ways that we don't expect, and sometimes fulfills the desires of our hearts in ways that we don't expect. God had told Moses he would not lead the people in the Canaan. He told him he would die before ever setting foot there. But in time, he gave him the privilege to where stand his eyes once beheld. In God's time, Moses' faith became sight. And I like that that's true in Deuteronomy 34. I also like that it's true in Matthew 17. And I like that it's true of us. Whatever you're clinging to this day, whatever faith is sustaining you to wake up tomorrow and get back at it, whatever faith is sustaining you to go about your jobs, your vocation, your family life in the midst of all the reasons just to stay in bed, know this, your faith will be validated in God's time. There is a day when your faith will become sight. Let's pray. To search through an archive of Dr. Holt's previous sermons, please visit us at fpcgolfport .org, or you can look us up at sermonaudio .com.

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A highlight from Rich is lucky his father came home early that night, but he thought he was pregnant. Matt is disease free guaranteed, but he has other problems that are related to food and SEE FOOD DIET! Episode #408  August 8th. 2023

Divine Naples Podcast

05:38 min | Last month

A highlight from Rich is lucky his father came home early that night, but he thought he was pregnant. Matt is disease free guaranteed, but he has other problems that are related to food and SEE FOOD DIET! Episode #408 August 8th. 2023

"Hello all divine people Tuesday, August 8, 408 is the number of the show. So, we've done 408 shows and here we are again behind is Mike Ridge. Behind us, Mike, Matt, look at those eights there, it's August 8th, show 408. Actually eight is very... Stars are all going to start lining up. Well, eight is a very powerful number, you know that? I did not know it. Now you know. All right. You want to know what that represents? Money. Oh, nice. Well, I'd like to see us start making something. Why did I even say that? I don't know. You always have the care words. It's not about money. It's not. We have absolutely... You know what I mean by that. Amazing time here and I'm so happy you're here, you're back, they kicked you out of Mississippi. Missouri. Missouri. Look at the hillbillies. Now, Mississippi, you were crossing Mississippi and you started laughing and made the tsunami, so they kicked you out. Yeah. No, they just knew I was coming before I even got there. Yeah, you sure? Yeah. Well, yesterday we were talking about a lot of things. You have to go and listen to it. But one of the things was your father jumped into pillbox and you're really lucky to be here. Yeah. He charged a pillbox in World War II. He was in Patton's Third Army in Germany and he took one for the team. He got shot. My father didn't jump in the pillbox, but... He was probably in the pillbox. But you know what? We were talking before the show, he couldn't finish. He was a farmer and what farmers always have, good life, good food, and they get bigger. So he was carrying always that army backpack up front. And when I was maybe five years old or so, he was talking to his neighbor and I had to hear everything because that's what kids are for, right? They are informers. You just need to tell your mother what you heard. Yeah, just a little snitch. That's where you get your skills already for life, right? Yeah, I mean, you get some leverage there. You could extort your father. That's what I was planning to do. You wouldn't want mommy to hear that. So that's what I wanted to do, but it didn't work. I learned my lesson as a snitch immediately. So they were talking as neighbors, talking on his farm about some lady that was already pregnant and you could see the belly and they were calculating when she's going to most likely get the baby out and I was standing next to them and they were drinking beer. And it's just typical, let me just put it this way, when somebody drinks the beer and can they rest the beer on the belly, have you ever seen it? That was my father. So I'm five year old, I'm tapping his belly and I guess like, daddy, when you're going to have that baby, he turned around, left hook. I was on the ground immediately and he just yelled at me, do not ever speak to your creator like that. Your creator. If I would come home a little late at night, he would not even exist. That's it. That's pretty much it. I was very lucky too. I just learned that my father came home on time. So your father jumped in a pillow box. My father came on time home. So that's why I exist. Just so you know. And it's good now we both exist. Yeah. That's why we are here. It's pretty evident. Yeah, but I tell you what, I almost melted today because it was 97 on the phone. But that's not true. I was on the roof dealing with some air conditioning problems in our spa. I spent the most of the day trying to figure it out and we had solution for it. I had a blue bucket, like a painter's bucket. And it was just standing on the side and then I needed to use it to just get higher. So I stepped on it and it just melted. It just crushed. It was not the weight because I stepped on that bucket before. I was thinking you were probably using it as a seat that you might have sat on and just crumbled it. And I showed you the bucket. Unbelievable. I had to come down today three times just because I almost overheat it. Yeah, you got to be careful, especially the rooftop was probably black. It's a flat roof. And I was just smacking my head off for all the roofers and all the people that do this all day. All the landscaping people. Listen, let me just say this. If somebody comes to your house, cut the grass for a little, you know, whatever they charge, I don't know, $30, you know, whatever the charge is, they don't charge much. Actually they don't charge enough, put it this way. Be so kind, be so nice, get a cup of cold water, taking care of these people. Because I tell you what, if you're going to lose those people, you're going to have to do it yourself, you will understand what these jobs are involved. Just being in the heat all day, that constant heat. Unbelievable. So, you know, that's just about weather. I didn't see it rain today, so there's a change in the pattern. Yeah, you didn't see it. I didn't see any rain today. Well, a lot of things you don't see a lot of things. Yeah, a lot of things. Yeah, because I have my eyes closed in the back of my eyelids. Daydreaming. We're sleeping. Just plain sleeping. Yeah. So, let me just say, tomorrow is supposed to be over 100 again, see what happens. No rain predicted.

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A highlight from Rich is lucky his father came home early that night, but he thought he was pregnant. Matt is disease free guaranteed, but he has other problems that are related to food and SEE FOOD DIET! Episode #408  August 8th. 2023

Divine Naples Podcast

03:11 min | Last month

A highlight from Rich is lucky his father came home early that night, but he thought he was pregnant. Matt is disease free guaranteed, but he has other problems that are related to food and SEE FOOD DIET! Episode #408 August 8th. 2023

"Hello all divine people Tuesday, August 8, 408 is the number of the show. So, we've done 408 shows and here we are again behind is Mike Ridge. Behind us, Mike, Matt, look at those eights there, it's August 8th, show 408. Actually eight is very... Stars are all going to start lining up. Well, eight is a very powerful number, you know that? I did not know it. Now you know. All right. You want to know what that represents? Money. Oh, nice. Well, I'd like to see us start making something. Why did I even say that? I don't know. You always have the care words. It's not about money. It's not. We have absolutely... You know what I mean by that. Amazing time here and I'm so happy you're here, you're back, they kicked you out of Mississippi. Missouri. Missouri. Look at the hillbillies. Now, Mississippi, you were crossing Mississippi and you started laughing and made the tsunami, so they kicked you out. Yeah. No, they just knew I was coming before I even got there. Yeah, you sure? Yeah. Well, yesterday we were talking about a lot of things. You have to go and listen to it. But one of the things was your father jumped into pillbox and you're really lucky to be here. Yeah. He charged a pillbox in World War II. He was in Patton's Third Army in Germany and he took one for the team. He got shot. My father didn't jump in the pillbox, but... He was probably in the pillbox. But you know what? We were talking before the show, he couldn't finish. He was a farmer and what farmers always have, good life, good food, and they get bigger. So he was carrying always that army backpack up front. And when I was maybe five years old or so, he was talking to his neighbor and I had to hear everything because that's what kids are for, right? They are informers. You just need to tell your mother what you heard. Yeah, just a little snitch. That's where you get your skills already for life, right? Yeah, I mean, you get some leverage there. You could extort your father. That's what I was planning to do. You wouldn't want mommy to hear that. So that's what I wanted to do, but it didn't work. I learned my lesson as a snitch immediately. So they were talking as neighbors, talking on his farm about some lady that was already pregnant and you could see the belly and they were calculating when she's going to most likely get the baby out and I was standing next to them and they were drinking beer. And it's just typical, let me just put it this way, when somebody drinks the beer and can they rest the beer on the belly, have you ever seen it? That was my father. So I'm five year old, I'm tapping his belly and I guess like, daddy, when you're going to have that baby, he turned around, left hook. I was on the ground immediately and he just yelled at me, do not ever speak to your creator like that. Your creator. If I would come home a little late at night, he would not even exist.

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Dan Steiner on America's 'Civil War' After Roe vs. Wade Reversal

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Dan Steiner on America's 'Civil War' After Roe vs. Wade Reversal

"To have with us right now Dan Steiner, who is the founder and president of Preborn. I love Preborn. They're one of our best partners, and I'm a donor to Preborn, and you should be as well. He has changed the pro -life world significantly. So much to talk about here. Known for speaking God's truth boldly, you have appeared on our program many times. Honored to have you on our program. Dan, how you doing? Welcome. Blessed by the Lord. Glad to be on, Charlie. So Dan, tell us, how are things going at preborn .org, especially since the reversal of Roe vs. Wade, the one -year anniversary? Yeah, this is amazing, Charlie, and it really vectors right into what you do every day on a daily basis, and that is the schism of America. Now our country, after the 24th of June of 2022, where Roe vs. Wade was overturned, polarized dramatically, and what we've got here is an almost Civil War -like profile of America, where you have sanctuary states that are vehemently ensconcing abortion as a constitutional right under state, and then you have states like Texas and Mississippi and Tennessee that are outlawing abortion. And never the twain shall meet. So it's a free civil war, kind of a complexion of our nation. We are at war, and that's what you talked about, it manifests no more clearly than in the abortion space, which you help us with, and on the political landscape. And so while we applaud the overturning of Roe vs. Wade, which we really believe will result in probably 150 ,000 less abortions this year, it's become more fragmented, more fragmented as a state than it ever has been because of sanctuary states and chemical abortion.

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Dr. James Lindsay and Charlie Unpack Corporate Liberalism

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:16 min | 3 months ago

Dr. James Lindsay and Charlie Unpack Corporate Liberalism

"James Lindsay is with us. He's the author of several books. He is prolific. I don't say that lightly. I read almost everything he publishes from new discourses to marksification of education, race, Marxism and cynical theories. Is that the whole canon? That's the whole canon. Yeah. For right now. Make sure you just get the mic up there, James. So happy Juneteenth, James. Is that what today is? Yes, that's true. Yeah, it is. I forgot. It's not important to me, so I forgot. And I think that this is an attitude, right? I feel like these kind of fake holidays, I mean, Juneteenth is a real holiday in Texas. Yes, but I mean, we know what this is. We know what this is. And so having forgotten that it exists, I think is kind of a is a key mentality that I think a lot of Americans should have. You know, speaking of forgetting that things exist, I'm sad. I'm sad to admit to our audience that as a family, we use Amazon more than we should. When you have a young kid, it's almost unavoidable. However, it was it's interesting. You know, I had to go pick something up at pottery barn kids and I had to leave, you know, gay stuff everywhere, pride, all that. By the way, Trevor Project, go donate. Oh, you have the A is for activist book. Have you seen that little baby book? I actually have a copy that one of your thoughts on totally out of control. And then I was just interested. I said, OK, went to Amazon .com and then Whole Foods. If you walked into Whole Foods, which I hate to say they do a good job. They really do. Their produce is excellent and all that. Even though it's run by an oligarchy. Not one thing, James. Is there something to this? Not a employee with a pride badge, not a flag, not a mention, not a you could donate to the chemical castration of a poor kid in Mississippi poster. What's going on here? Well, that's interesting. That's a really interesting feature of reality today, Charlie, because it seems like, you know. It's everywhere, but then there's certain places it's not which we see what it happens where it's everywhere, right? Like Bud Light's getting crushed. Target's getting crushed. Target is a competitor to places like these targets getting crushed. Amazon's not getting crushed. Amazon's not doing this. So you can kind of see that there's this game being played that may be pushing people towards certain vendors.

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Body-cam footage shows indicted ex-police officers laughing at man who died in their custody

AP News Radio

01:08 min | 4 months ago

Body-cam footage shows indicted ex-police officers laughing at man who died in their custody

"Authorities in Jackson, Mississippi have released body cam footage that shows several police officers joking. After they repeatedly used a taser on a black man who died in their custody. It begins as a trespassing call at a Jackson Mississippi hotel on New Year's Eve. Can you understand me? Don't put your hand back here. It ends with the death of key muriel. Officers are seen struggling to get both of his hands in handcuffs. And he's zapped repeatedly with a taser. And deprived of medical attention for about an hour. The three officers are charged in his death, but that night they joke about the incident. Strong as an ox. One officer describes this struggle as funny at first, and then says it got annoying. But it was funny, and Mississippi grand juries indicted two of the former police officers on murder counts and another on a manslaughter charge. I'm Jackie Quinn

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Mississippi trans teen not allowed to wear dress at graduation, officials say

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Mississippi trans teen not allowed to wear dress at graduation, officials say

"Mississippi is not participating in her high school graduation ceremony because school officials told her to dress like a boy. A U.S. district judge ruled he won't block a decision by officials engulf port regarding Harrison central high school dress code. Attorney Linda Morris with the ACLU, which is representing the student and her family, says our client is being shamed and humiliated. For explicitly discriminatory reasons and her family is being denied a once in a lifetime milestone in their daughter's life. The transgender girl had chosen a dress to wear with her cap and gown, graduating boys are expected to wear white shirts and black flax,

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"mississippi" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

01:51 min | 4 months ago

"mississippi" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

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"mississippi" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

04:02 min | 4 months ago

"mississippi" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"What are some of your or maybe your singular sort of most favorite moment in that story where you're like, I can't believe this actually happened. Well, this was an interesting thing. It really has not gotten much very, very, very little attention. Even people I talked to who are quite intimately familiar with the case. Didn't realize they just hadn't thought about this at all, okay? So John Davis, the welfare agent director. Promises far like almost like within the moments of hearing hi, I'm Brett Favre, $4 million, okay? In this meeting, I think it lasted less than an hour. They had a tour, $4 million for this facility, okay? So obviously everybody has inferred and there's somebody independent quota they're saying, that doesn't happen without the governor's approval, Brian. Of course, it's denied it. $4 million for this facility pharmacist. I can't believe he said 4 million. That's incredible. Well, they can't do this because of bricks and mortar. They can't just build a facility, so they come up with this lease that's sort of just a way to cover up so that they can get the money to southern myths that's not directly, it's a lease basically for a building they're not allowed to use, right? But that lease is drawn up and now it's not $4 million anymore. It's $5 million. And what happened there? Well, Favre has this tax in which he says to Nancy knew, I hope it's enough now. John Gilbert, the athletic director at the time, said $500,000 has to go to re green coliseum where the basketball team played and the viable team used to play and $500,000 has to go to the maintenance fund. Well, it almost seems annoyed by it. I don't know if he was. And now Nancy news lawyer has argued in a filing, basically the bureaucratic logjam had been removed. Essentially implying brides administration sent an extra $1 million to southern myths to get their lawyers to approve this deal that they knew was not okay. Right. Which to me was a fascinating thing. And I don't know, it's not been proven in court, you know? I will see if it comes out again. If that happened, did that million actually go to re green coliseum in the maintenance fund or did somebody misuse that as well? Like these are questions that I can't answer. But sort of the mechanics of that, I was like, wow, that is a heck of an implication, but it's not proven, but the a to B to C to D to E is all in there, you know? And it's clearly implied. And that possibility means fascinating as far as like how the sausage was made. Michael, we will have you on again for serious football discussion. Are you good next week for our tight end rankings episode or are you, are you are you free? Yes, is Gronk still playing? Can you tell me is Mark bavaro, eligible for the rankings? Dallas Clark. Who else you got? But seriously, thank you so much for coming on and explaining this to me. Because as everyone knows I kind of need help understanding it. But really, this story was it was phenomenal from top to bottom. I couldn't put it down. I think that anyone listening will feel the same way. I'm telling you, give it a shot. You don't know. What you think you know about Brett Favre is the tip of the iceberg. Michael now presents to you the remainder of the iceberg. So thank you so much for coming on and talking to me about it. My pleasure, thank you, Connor, I'll be happy to come on any time to discuss any position group. The MM QB NFL podcast is produced by Shelby Royce did mark Meredith as Ember this editor of the MM QB Super Bowl champion, Andy Benoit of the Los Angeles Rams and rec league basketball three point assassin Gary grambling are the founders of the MM QB NFL podcast, be sure to subscribe to this feed on Apple podcasts. And once you do, leave a rating and review because

"mississippi" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

01:54 min | 4 months ago

"mississippi" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

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"mississippi" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

04:31 min | 4 months ago

"mississippi" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Love mornings, which is a good thing since The Today Show starts early. Morning, welcome to today. Those first hours set the tone for the day ahead. We're here to give you the best start. You get the news, learn something new, and even get a little boost. You start the day off with a clean slate. And we hope you'll start it with us. We begin our day, so you can take on yours, because every day meets today. Watch The Today Show, weekday mornings at 7 on NBC. Hello and welcome to the MMV NFL podcast. I'm Conroy and we should have this special dateline music playing today or something like that because we've got a very special episode, no Albert breer today, so direct all of your hardcore football questions

'Mississippi miracle': Kids' reading scores have soared in Deep South states

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

'Mississippi miracle': Kids' reading scores have soared in Deep South states

"Kids reading scores have soared in Deep South states. Mississippi went from being ranked the second worst state in 2013 for fourth grade reading to 21st in 2022, Louisiana and Alabama were among only three states to see modest gains in fourth grade reading during the pandemic. This has been one of the most rewarding years of my career. Simone Hart is a literacy teacher at Schoenberg elementary school in New Orleans. The growth I've seen in these children have given me new purpose. These states have passed laws that emphasize phonics in early screenings for struggling kids. Joshua Lasty is a second grader. The aim is to catch problems with reading early. I'm Ed Donahue

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 5:47 p.m. EDT

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 5:47 p.m. EDT

"Retired NFL quarterback Brett Favre is ending a lawsuit against sportscaster pat McAfee after McAfee publicly apologized Thursday for his previous on air statements that Favre had been, quote, stealing from poor people in Mississippi. In a welfare miss spending case. Favre and McAfee both announced the settlement, McAfee, a former NFL punter, apologized during the pat McAfee show on YouTube and said he did not have to make a payment to Favre to settle the suit. Farb still has defamation lawsuits pending against former NFL player Shannon Sharpe and Mississippi auditor SHAD white. I'm geffen coolbaugh.

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Flood concerns rise as Mississippi River crests in Iowa city

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Flood concerns rise as Mississippi River crests in Iowa city

"The Mississippi River is flooding some communities around it as it swells beyond its banks. Prairie du chien Wisconsin resident Melissa Tyree tells Casey RG TV. She's been dealing with about two to three feet of water in her basement. The water in the basement stain about the same, so we're pumping about the same amount of water out. The Mississippi River has been resting after a giant snowpack in northern Minnesota began melting, moving down the approximately 2300 mile stretch. National weather service meteorologist Alex Gibbs in the quad cities bureau. I think we're looking at top 5 crests right now with this one. So at some sites in our area. I'm Julie Walker.

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Carolyn Bryant Donham, at center of Emmett Till death, dies

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Carolyn Bryant Donham, at center of Emmett Till death, dies

"The white woman who was at the center of the lynching of Emmett Till in 1955 has died in hospice care. 88 year old Carolyn Bryant Donna has died. In the summer of 1955 in Mississippi, she accused 14 year old Emmett Till of making improper advances toward her at a grocery store. One witness says the black teen whistled at the 21 year old donham, which violated social codes at that time. Till was brutalized and killed his body dumped into a river and post mortem photos were published that shocked the nation. Donna's husband at the time and a relative were acquitted by a jury, but did later confess to killing the teen. In an unpublished memoir entitled, I am more than a wolf whistle. Donham said she was unaware of what would happen when she identified till. Louisiana authorities say donum died this week in hospice care. I'm Jackie Quinn

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Alabama and Mississippi mark Confederate Memorial Day

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

Alabama and Mississippi mark Confederate Memorial Day

"Despite opposition, Alabama and Mississippi continued to mark confederate Memorial Day. I Norman hall. Alabama and Mississippi closed most government offices Monday for confederate Memorial Day. Efforts have stalled to abolish state holidays that honor the old confederacy. Legislation has been introduced in the ongoing Alabama legislative session to remove alter or rename confederate related holidays. But the effort so far is gained little traction. I Norman hall

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Joe DiGenova Reacts to Hunter Biden's Potential Federal Charges

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:42 min | 5 months ago

Joe DiGenova Reacts to Hunter Biden's Potential Federal Charges

"A heading here from NBC News, which would seem to corroborate this, just the headline, federal prosecutors have considered four charges against Hunter Biden. My issue with this, although it does come from one Ken delanian, who is known to be a mouthpiece for the intelligence community. Having dealt with him, I had to hang up on it. They say in the UK has form. But there's one issue with that. They've been sitting on this investigation in Delaware for more than two years. Two and a half years. So first things first, we'll talk about your solution in a moment. Your reaction to the breaking news is this credible that they want to prosecute Hunter Biden? Yes, yes, it is. But here's the problem for them. They still have a complicit media on their side. So they're going to pull punches even when they might be telling a partial truth. This investigation has been sitting in Delaware for much too long. Which is a state that basically the bidens control. That is 6 years. It's Mississippi 1964 in Delaware. Now, what happens is Weiss gets the case. He's the Trump holdover U.S. attorney. He gets the case. They keep him there to do it. Now, this is the kind of case that a young assistant U.S. attorney would complete within one full year. It's all bank records. It's not complicated. There are a few witnesses. You bring them in, you put them in the grand jury. It's a tax evasion. You have a case. Yeah, without even getting to the unauthorized foreign agents act, foreign without any of that. This tax case could have been made in 12 months without any problem. Why did it sit around? Because pressure was put on that office not to bring the indictment. We're

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"mississippi" Discussed on Bear Grease

Bear Grease

04:48 min | 5 months ago

"mississippi" Discussed on Bear Grease

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"mississippi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 11 months ago

"mississippi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Mississippi River. Water. I'm joined by captain E Michael bakke is the president of the Crescent river port pilot association and he is on the line from Metairie Louisiana. What are you experiencing? What are you seeing when you are on the water? Well, from the river pilots standpoint. And the lower part of the Mississippi River where we handle all foreign deep draft vessels. And when you say a deep draft vessel, exactly what is that for people who aren't familiar, kind of like me. So shipping a ship, a vessel, whether it's a cruise ship or a tanker, a deep draft vessel is the distance between the water and the bottom of the ship. The only place you can go in a deep draft vessel is from the sea buoy and the Gulf of Mexico and southwest paths. It starts to get more shallow So as far as the effect on the deep draft that's below that rouge, we're not physically affected. It's not physically affecting our depth. We're not bumping the bottom of anything like that. The effect is above Baton Rouge and in the northern part of the country where the bargers are losing water level and the barges are not getting down here. And because of that bottleneck up above, it's slowing everything down when those barges would usually come your way. Yeah, so what happens specifically in bulk like corn, soybeans, rice, it is grown

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"mississippi" Discussed on Clubmarket Demo

Clubmarket Demo

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"mississippi" Discussed on Clubmarket Demo

"Mississippi putting it down. I'm the hottest ram. I told your mother y'all can stop me now. Listen to me now. I'm last to turn around and if you want me they come and get me now. Is it with me now to break your freaking bounce? I know you dig me for your shit. I switched my style. How long people sing around now put

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"mississippi" Discussed on What's the 311

What's the 311

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"mississippi" Discussed on What's the 311

"Welcome to the song and travel podcast on my list. Mock sent me biloxi Mississippi. I never been here, so but he sent me some places that he thought was great. So he also sent me some restaurants, he also sent me some comments people made, which I find very interesting. So I don't know if he was if he's like a travel agent or is he someone who travels then go and you know how they ask people what they thought about where, you know, how was it? I don't know, but thank you, Mark. I'll speak about it like I said, I never been here. I never been to Mississippi, so no part of Mississippi have I ever been to. So, but I'll tell you and I'll tell you what he's, you know, he says some people, the stuff some people say. So is the biloxi beach is one place he said is very beautiful. And it's a great place for to walk and it's a lot of friendly people there. He also said there are nearby restaurants. One is infinity buffet. The waffle House. Hookah. What is this? What? Oh, who got up cafe? So that's places you can actually eat. Yeah, you can eat. It's a place called blue, he said. Then there's also the firehouse subs. Okay. Okay. And he said there's also a Taco Bell. He said, you can also go on Mississippi coast for attractions. The treasure bay. The aquarium, the institute for aquarium. He said there's land metals, children, museum, and there's the biloxi bay bridge is also a visitor center in bile. The arenas. Stadiums are MGM pop Lexi lighthouse, there's beautiful rigid casinos. Okay, so that's some places he named. And he gave me the what people thought somebody said the water is a cesspool alligator swim there as well. Nice with pictures only said that it's nice for pictures. Another person's a great beach for terrific walks where one meets. Maybe it's just a southern hospitality. Another one to say nice walking beach except lots of little like looking at the boats near the casinos and hotels. It's lots of homelessness situation. Then another person, the weather, for the most part, was nice. We did a shrimp boat tour and had a great time. We also did a walk through the mall and that was a good that was good also. Oh, thank you, Mark. So yes, people if y'all want to go to biloxi, Mississippi. Y'all can go. Like I said, I never been there, so. But the fact that he thought it was a great place, and he also gave me comments from other people thoughts. Thank you, Mark. I really appreciate it. Like I said, I appreciate it when y'all give me things and tell me things. He said the food is great. Buffet. He also said that is, you know, the prices are okay. He sent me pictures. So I'll post a picture. The historical site is being involved, be a void. I think I'm pronouncing it right. I'm not sure if I'm pronouncing it, right? But I think that's what it is. But like I said, I post pictures for y'all post the pictures he gave, he gave him me. I mean, he gave me, I'm sorry. He gave me I posted. If you want, like I said, if you like to go to Mississippi, I say this again, I never been there, so I can't tell you from experience holidays. So, but if you like to go and thank you again, Mark. Please give this a 5 star. Thank you also for listening to his podcast because he was already once speaking to our heart rate. Where.

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"mississippi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"mississippi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That workforce why Mississippi and what economic incentives were you given to build there You know Nissan operates all over the world And we believe that a strong collaboration with the government is one of the key success factors and under the program accelerate Mississippi we can turn have engaged ourselves to do the transformation and upscaling of our workforce there Now question is why Mississippi this plant is having a great competitiveness when it comes to quality cost and our competitiveness of the workforce That's why we selected this plant to start with Once again this is one of the several investments we are going to do in United States Let's talk about the bigger picture $18 billion by 2030 $500 million here in canton Mississippi How are you going to pay for that You know first of all $18 million it's only for the next 5 years out of which this is the first investment about $500 million As we have already announced in Nissan next we are generating our own resources and as we announced in our quarter three financial announcements that we have enough net cash to move forward with these investments Well once again this $18 billion it's not the additional investment This is combination of additional investment but most important reallocation of resources from the ice towards.

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"mississippi" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

Tipsy Tales

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

"Yeah and then the sheriff shoots him to okay remember. He came home injured because he was shocked. Coker i'm might anyway in eighteen thirty six. The sheriff stephen howard bought the house with his very young wife very young. I mean twelve years old. When they got married her name was mary. Elizabeth don't get the throws. He doesn't matter it doesn't say but he was definitely older all. He's a sheriff so he's but that's what they did back then anyway when they married she was twelve and he added the middle dining room and the bedroom above it it was built in empire architectural style. We all know what that is right Anyway sheriff howard. Wife mary elisabeth. She died in the house during childbirth at age. Fifteen in late august of eighteen thirty six in the badger in the middle bedroom and Which was like if you're a woman in back then if you were going to die was probably in childbirth gap at fifteen karonga The so young. I don't know anyway. He lived in the house with the child for a couple years and then he moved on and then houses purchased by john age. Bob bay obey john. Hbo able an eighteen. forty nine. russell's sorry if you're from mississippi. Sorry yeah. We're butchered. Bob bald bob built the rest of the house again later in greek revival style so he added a front entry. Way a poller another beautiful staircase. Oh and the guy before. Moses named he built mister howard built a staircase also so there now. I think we're two or three staircase. Greek revival the facade. That's on there now. Probably he added upstairs and addressing area for him. A gentlemen's dressing area Okay so during during the so now displaces grown. It's pretty you see teenage and very pretty. It is pretty It's looks like your typical southern like a colonial looking doesn't colonial what doesn't have the has the pillar has powers but it's not those the roundworms. Yeah you're right anyway During the civil war During the civil wars eighteen sixty three siege.

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"mississippi" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

Tipsy Tales

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

"And and i think and it looks still looks good and i think it's because they said something about so then they you know it's like don't just your house so the preserve it interesting. I'm gonna try that method. I've already tried it. Still trying okay. So let me just explain his house. Yeah oh it's beautiful but anyway the may explain this to room so what andrew class was would come and stay like put their staff this station for paige. Nearest you know so they would kind of drop-off stuff and stay there. I guess and then he would he. He what i heard was that he would actually. He's murdered people. But i don't know that wasn't mentioned in some of the staff what you heard when you say you heard when i heard it was some of the stories as i was sorry searching and then They also said he hit his con was he would just still from these people. Take it up into that room. Might pull up the ladder the ladder. Nobody could have some buttermilk pancakes and just kind of kick it up there. Yeah so nobody could take what he had taken from them so and that so where it was saying like he did it a case there is an ambush it was actually so people could take their belongings back he hits stolen and i don't truly believe it had anything to do with the ambush but i guess that could be part of it anyway He died in that house. He's number one to die in the house of natural causes Mr glass would rob people travelling to the not. Just not just trace and hide out in mcraven. His surprising depth became the start of mcraven. Haunting will okay so Just want to make sure. I think he's the one that okay. Yeah yeah here lemme i. I'm just gonna read this as i built. Mcraven consisted of only kitchen and one room above it. This part of the houses known as the pioneer nurse section andrew is the first soul to haunt the hall of the soon to be large house as he and his wife. Okay so i guess he had gotten caught by the sheriff. Somebody had shot him. He came home and was like i got caught. They're going to hang me. I don't wanna be hanged so you need to finish me off. He had his wife shoot up. Kill him take him out. Water crazy requests. Yeah so she did and he died in the house. It's also he didn't have crazy if they had like a bad marriage and she's like okay as a way to do this for years. Yeah yeah so anyway. So that's what happened to him. Also he didn't have to pay for his crimes by keen hind. Hang anymore behind. He just got shot by his wife. Like what should he wanted to do to her. I know now she's got to live with that dick and less. Maybe she didn't like maybe shoes like cool. One way to get rid of them. I'm tired of ship finger. Yeah thanks for the permission all right so in eighteen. Either i like his goes is like you didn't have to enjoy it. Yeah wow she really liked it. I asked for one bullet hole hunting. The place she moves on with their life gets another husband or like has like he has to watch the whole thing like it doesn't sound like kia ventured off. Sounds like he stayed at the house interesting in eighteen thirty six sheriff the very sheriff the I believe shot. Astir glass I think is the one that ended up buying house. But i could be wrong pressure right anyway. His name is steven howard. He bought the house that shot him. I think it's the very same one. Wait mr glasses. The one that had his wife shoot him..

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"mississippi" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

Tipsy Tales

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

"I think i can nouns definitely shake woody. I don't even have. I mean i used to. When i was younger than her i would had a little more group but not much like i don't even have. I can do good like dancing at the bar. A look like i know how to dance and somebody will come up and be like dance to free. Not even that is i. Am elaine on seinfeld. That's me there is no rhythm. No groove no nothing like when they say everybody can dance. No not this one not everybody no. I can't even bop and down in nope. I cannot sitting down but once you get the legs involved. Am the arms frame. Try to coordinate mike. All your limbs together linking doesn't work to a beat forget about it. Yeah that's fighting the lip all right. If you guys could see us word. Lake doing our dances. I'm break-dancing look it waving say. I can't even do that through the wave. What i'm gonna have to peek into second. What's sakes alive. Let's get to my story. I'm going to get in two seconds takes a sip of. That's right. I mean if we're going to be amaz- well drink. Are we ready. I'm ready for your story. I'm excited we're sticking with the same neighboring mississippi mrs going back and my ass asya society. Ppi i'm going to civil war taking way back go way back. Yeah the interesting okay. So a little history. It's about mcraven house which is known in mississippi as one of it is known as the most haunted house in mississippi. Roy yes pretty insane. A scary scary up in their ruin. The mcraven house was built in seventeen. Ninety seven oh and it's crazy because it was built in like three different times so they they kind of say it's like a a time capsule 'cause it was built in mike different editions time. Yeah different owners. Different kind of cool but anyway the first owner is andrew class it was built in walnut hills. Which is now vicksburg mississippi discussion mobile inappropriate cleaner baby though her pig s baby care..

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"mississippi" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

Tipsy Tales

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

"Nobody's others conform for them and their family families are probably like scratching their head going crazy. Yeah like somebody. Please look for kit. We know they're dead. We know they've been taken okay. Another corpse was wearing a court t shirt. Even less information was recorded by five other bodies that were discovered so just tells you like how rampant like the murder in lake the terrorism that was going on in mississippi. And that's what it was. It was terrorism by the kkk. They just looked at him as animals and hunted them like that exact and they had no value. It's disgusting gusting. But i can't even say it's not past tense. This shit is not over. there was like a budget. Hangings that just happened in the last two years. We may not hear about it. But it's still happen. We actually did hear about them. Were they kinda all under the radar of all the other political shit that was going on there was just so much going on on a daily basis. Can you just tell you that. I'm just like with the lack of news. I know there's news. But it's just not this heightened not the same. Yeah that's nice. It wasn't until a tip from an informant. That was for many years known as mr x for his safety but we know him. Now to be highway patrol officer maynard king and that was just in the past. Few years officers were sent to an earthen dam on the old jolly farm old jolly albert. You this jelly sound so it sounds like a nice place to be. But apparently it wasn't outside of philadelphia. And that is where the fbi uncovered the bodies of swarner chaney and goodman on august fourth. Oh my gosh. Have you ever looked up to see where there's kkk members. I forget i was researching one of our stories and i i would have never thought that there were so many even here and there over really. I heard that a few years ago that gilbert and was like a big kkk spot. There's a lot of. It's the same. But yeah i felt like yeah. They're i did hear that. The recruitment has gone up in the last. Yes yeah. I'm wondering why they yeah it is. It is insane. They've even opened up new chapters more on this west side like arizona california colorado new mexico crazy. It is 'cause. I just think about it shape votes embarrassing here. We hurts like twenty twenty one. This was nineteen sixty four. What's really sad Like to hear about somebody who's been war fought in the war came here survived that fight Comes here and then ends up being killed by their own. Us soil right because they're black ends up being killed disgusting. Okay sorry i just since we're talking about it. You might need a during some more than you get more waste. Yeah so their bodies were uncovered on august fourth. Because murder was a crime covered by state jurisdiction. The federal government could not bring charges and the state of mississippi refused saying that they did not have enough evidence which was washed. My you have the bodies and everything. You brave convicted people on less sick convicted people without body..

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"mississippi" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

Tipsy Tales

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

"Enforcing the deacon to kneel in the headlights of their own cars while they don't beaten with rifle butts. Michael was joined by james chaney. I'm ready a native native andrew goodman of new york city Both michael and andrew are both jewish. No let's see and that's a whole nother conversation to be had by the kkk. 'cause they have something to say about jewish people as well as anybody. That's just not them. Yeah i'm gonna say i don't i won't censor myself when it comes to standing up for this style moral tonight. It's not politic. it's nummy moral. It is immoral thing. And you're either this or that and there is no black and white shirt. finally either your hateful. You're not hateful. Even you have hate in your heart for your our human being for something that they can't even control even have to the color of their own skin not to mention white man brought. I'm here bright. And they're gonna be penalized. No was this is ridiculous. And i will. There's no sense censoring me for that. I will get on any soapbox stand for it. Ridiculous bullshit so under into philadelphia. All three were pulled over and rested by price allegedly for speeding at five pm. Cheney was driving they were held until ten thirty pm pretty much against their will because it was speeding they should just pay the fine and been on their merry way. When that wasn't what this is all about and talk about. I think it was michael. Schnur here's was already on the kkk's radar because he had been so active in trying to like you know do the whole border registration. This whole he was involved in all this core project and setting up this. I think in lake meridian. Like so he they they already had. That's why they burnt down that church. I mean the one person just one person right. How brave 'cause you know you're putting your life in jeopardy even now for somebody to do something like that in a certain area of the states. They know they're putting their life in jeopardy. These young kids. I've watched these young kids. When voting was out there and they are risking their lives in their communities by standing up for something that they believe in but they also are changing things so but to them. It is worth it and i applaud the yeah. It is one hundred percent especially since things aren't going to change unless you stand up for what you believe like this shit like people were like. Oh you know. We're in a new era. There's no racism in any anymore. Like shit like. I've heard people say that like talk about having under if you keep talking about. It's never going to go away all right. That's the stupidest fucking shit i've ever earn. Okay it's the same thing like in your family actually. If you don't talk about your fucking molesting uncle night. I should going to go away. No he's gonna keep molesting everybody right. Oh so these people live under the rock of denial right exactly. I'm going to step down on my soap box back into the so go on own. I might as well just stay up here. Hold on because it's going to be that it is but like i said it's not political. It's more like if you think this isn't political. Then you really have to evaluate your thinking like why do you think this is political like human rights civil rights. Why do you think. Civil rights is a political thing should be political. It's a human thing it is about right from wrong. Treating a human being with dignity right you know..

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"mississippi" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

Tipsy Tales

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

"That's where that came from and very aptly named you'll find out so we're going to time travel a bit back to the nineteen sixties right in the middle of the civil rights unrest of that time. So we're going to the deep south philadelphia mississippi. It's nine hundred sixty four and what is known as the freedom summer or the mississippi summer project which was a voter registration drive aimed at increasing the number of registered black voters in mississippi. It is the height of the civil rights era. There were approximately seven hundred mostly white volunteers working together with the black community in mississippi in the fight against voter intimidation which was rampant in the south. So if you find any correlation so the shit that's happening happening right now I don't know about the voter intimidation part but the whole depression is still an ongoing issue. That they're actually. When i was sitting on the board of community legal services there is actually i remember being in philadelphia anyway. They were actually working with people because there were they. Were trying to make it more difficult for the black neighborhoods to vote in mississippi in in just the higher black communities in general and so it was like In the poor areas were where african americans were and so they were like Just starting to put on a bunch new rules like they did in the fifties and sixties where they were like adding all these rules to make it more difficult for them to to vote on so what commu legal services dead even here was trying to provide. I believe even here but they were providing transportation. They're trying to help them get all the documents that they needed so that it didn't work still worked for some right. There was a book. There was burning and then not just burning and mississippi burning which i know i read mississippi burning. 'cause it's the same as the movie so anyway. That's okay where was i okay. So mississippi was its own animal when it came to voter suppression martin. Luther king famously said of mississippi there is a complete reign of terror here and he's talking about the kkk. The movement was organized. Civil rights organizations like the congress on racial equality known by its acronym core c. o. r. e. And i was kind of like reading because if you go on the fbi website you could see a lot of like the paperwork and whatever and that name core comes up over and over again this interesting and the student nonviolent coordinating committee. Snc see run by the local council of federated organizations c. o. f. o. So there was just all these organizations like trying to help the civil rights movement along the counterpart to the civil rights movement and the mississippi summer project was of course the ku klux klan ku klux klan membership in missouri mississippi was soaring and nine hundred sixty four.

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"mississippi" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

Tipsy Tales

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

"No can keep more skirted it. I some of the an actual kkk member. Kate or the other little off-shoot groups that are happening right now is proud boys in other ones What i'm doing my non. I mean i could see this all happen again. You know because we obviously are not learning from history we are those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it and success out type of thing. Somebody said that. I said by all mma me that you're right all right so the the story that i'm doing is drinking well. We i started out with coffee with clue. And we're just like very very eclectic drinking habits. These days i had a coffee plain homely for game tying her story. I have this bad habit of yawning. I've been trying to like she's Literally dozing off. And i'm like trying to get through it. Yes i'm trying to stimulate myself. And and don't she's turned a realtor so Another time very small rooms We're also drinking basically assesment seven but a whiskey in sprite right. Are you pepsi or some kind of double double-fisted here now. This is bright person mary. Let's little heavy hadn't had started. Get ready folks. that thing. you're going. I i am going. I all right go. I story is on the mississippi burning case by the way i didn't really watch it. I i remember when i first came out. I actually read the book. There was a book. I believe and then the movie. Oh really yeah. I think i watched back in or read it back in the eighties. I think i there was a book. And i believe i read it anyway. Could be making shut ghosts of mississippi. Maybe that's another it was. I think it was based on the movie. I am going to make sure. But i remember casino. Remember the movie coming out because ghost mississippi was about medgar evers which was another civil rights murder. Assassination that happened in mississippi. I'm gonna just double check my work. But i just remember because at that time i had also read like burgess mattock madison county and like several books that i would read. Then all the sudden they come out in a movie But that one was about. I think oprah believe it or not. It was like she interviewed. People did something on it. And i was like. Ooh that sounds interesting. I wanna read it. And i ended up reading it and then the movie came out. So i'm going to just double check my work though all right so the name of this case given to it by the fbi was my burn and my b u r n which was mississippi burning. Oh so that's interesting..

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"mississippi" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Mississippi State shoots 85% In the third quarter, they head on 11 of 13 field goals as they drive over and over to the rack against Kentucky's defense. And that has helped him score 25 points in the third quarter to lead 59 57 as we start the fourth Darin Headrick with You haven't Collins, our producer this afternoon as the Cats are trying to knock off their second straight top 12 opponents. They beat Arkansas, 75 to 64 on Thursday in Lexington. Now they're trying to do something that not many teams have been able to do in the last few years, and that is beat Mississippi State in Starkville. Bulldogs of 1 42 of their last 48 League games at Humphrey Coliseum, dating back to the 2014 15 Seasons Kentucky lead in this game. 53 to 47. Then state went on a 10 hour run in the Bulldogs have led ever since. Start the fourth quarter. Kentucky with a basketball They're starting five on the floor of Paterson, Howard. Rain, McKinney and Edwards. Patterson, Right wing with it Shot clock at 18 is they work the possession Mississippi State still in their pressure man to man defense, Green takes the past right elbow. Shot clock Understand is they get it inside. Edward's back off to McKinney and McKenney, with five to shoot, stepped on the sideline, and Kentucky turns it over for the ninth time. Not a great way to start the final 10 minutes when you're down two on the road. Mississippi State loves to go left on the dribble drive. We'll see if Kentucky makes any sort of defensive adjustments to that here in the fourth quarter. Taylor comes to math. Are you left side high between the circles? Wiggins Now Here comes Jackson moving left. Jackson takes prayer. Green inside. Spin move Turnaround jumpers good in the lane. 61 57 Jackson has taken over this game. She's got 21 points for the Bulldogs. Ryan Howard has been held by today, just eight points on two of six shooting. Here's candy right side of three is good from out front for McKinney. That's a big answer to get the cats back. Within one, he came again with three threes. Today. She's got 11 points. It was a nice assist there by.

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