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Lamont says 'fully vaccinated' means getting COVID booster
"The governor of Connecticut says he's not waiting for federal officials to recommend that more people get cove it nineteen booster shots he's urging all adults to get the extra protection Connecticut governor Ned Lamont says it's simple anyone who received a covert shot more than six months ago should no longer consider themselves fully vaccinated he wants adults to get booster shots before thanksgiving while some states are awaiting guidance from the U. S. centers for disease control Lamont says quote the CDC speaks Latin and that he can't figure out under their rules who is eligible and who is not coded infections are on the rise in Connecticut and surrounding northeast states with twenty five Kobe death statewide in the past week I'm Jackie Quinn
Founder of American Majority Ned Ryun on the Glenn Youngkin Playbook for Success
"And we're back with the founder and CEO of American majority Ned Ryan. Let's break it down. Let's look at what does this mean? Yes, it's one election, but it's a resident of the Commonwealth. Right, man, I'm excited. It's so easy to ride off all these overpaid rich bureaucrats who moved into nova change the demographics of the state. Well, that's over. This man, the nice thing, my wife, you know, said, the thing about junkin is he's like Trump because even in his acceptance speech, he was rattling off the things he's going to do day one. Yeah, that's right. He's going to have a committee meeting. No. No. Batting CRT tax cuts put advanced courses back in. Right. I mean, there's a whole long list. Huge things that as a former CEO of Carlisle group, you know, he should be able to actually implement in a business like fashion. So let's pull back from the Commonwealth. Right. Let's look at what this means nationally. Let's look at what it means for next year and 2024. Let's break down first the Trump effect. I think my old boss, I might be biased. Played this really delicately and well. He did. Because he did that phone rally, but nothing else. He did a soft endorsement, but didn't come out banging the drum on Fox every single day for Glen. Glenn came out of the closet came in on my show after mucking around my producer for a few weeks. Quitting himself, well, and then once he came on maestra, he was you opened, you know, the force that he came out of breitbart he came out of Fox Glenn was everywhere suddenly, very interesting, which means he's not fully distancing himself. He walked a very fine line. Extrapolate this for next year in 24 Ned. Well, that was the smart part about what young Ken did and I think he literally has laid out a playbook for Republicans in 2022 if they're smart, which is a massive question. Let's be honest. We're talking about that master question next. Right. Drive the playbook. The playbook is he saw he took the side of the parents. It's common sense approach in which the parents should have an advocate in which we fund public schools, we should not be abused by them. We should not have our children indoctrinated and then our kids. And it's our money. The funds everything. And Republicans need to embrace this and go, yeah, we're siding with parents. I mean, this is so common sense. I still have been around politics so long. I'm sure there's going to be Republicans will find a way to mock this up in 2022. But if they fall the Glen young can playbook and embrace it and say I'm gonna be an advocate for parents, parents have every right to be involved in their children's education. They should have every right to be involved in how their taxpayer dollars are
Ned Ryun on the 'Big Rig' and Cleaning Up Voter Laws For Future Elections
"My wife is an election officer. And she's told me horror story. She only got trained, I think, four or 5 years ago. Whenever she was serving for the GOP, as always, you know, three times as many Democrat volunteers. We are a number one in Virginia right now. It's insane. Yeah, no, this is the thing where I talk to win if you don't have troops. Well, this is the thing I keep American majority after the 2020 elections election integrity has been the big focus of our training this year in which we want people to fully understand what happened in 2020. The big rig, but also what can you do about it? How can we be smart and sophisticated about and make sure that we are actually heavily involved in the actual voting process, we're there inside the room on election day. But even importantly, I think the next step is this, you know, I don't want to go too far down a rabbit trail, but dirty data leads to dirty elections. We've got to actually have a massive grassroots effort to put pressure to clean up the voter
US details new international COVID-19 travel requirements
"The by the administration is offering details on new Kobe nineteen vaccination requirements for most foreign travelers flying to the U. S. starting November eighth they'll have to be fully vaccinated and to provide proof of vaccination status prior to boarding airplanes United States state department spokesman Ned price says there will be very limited exceptions primarily children under the age of eighteen and certain individuals from countries where vaccines are not yet readily accessible all travelers will need to be tested before boarding a plane to the US the administration says it's working with airlines will have to enforce the procedures and collect contact tracing information the CDC will spot check passengers for compliance Sager made Ghani Washington
US official: American, Taliban officials to talk on evacuees
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting a U. S. official says American and Taliban officials will meet to discuss evacuations from Afghanistan U. S. officials are meeting with senior Taliban officials in Doha Qatar this weekend a US official not authorized to speak by name about the meetings tells the Associated Press the talks will focus on holding the Taliban to commitments they made to allow Americans and other foreign nationals to leave Afghanistan I did ministration is facing questions about evacuations that have ground to a halt on Thursday state department spokesman Ned price said one hundred five U. S. citizens and ninety five green card holders have departed Afghanistan on U. S. facilitated flight since the end of August but that number has remained unchanged for more than a week Mike Rossio Washington
US raises concern as China flies warplanes south of Taiwan
"China has flown sixteen warplanes south of Taiwan in what the United States according provocative military action the move follows several more planes on previous days inciting US state department spokesman Ned price to speak out in a statement points one China the Chinese military activity near Taiwan risks miscalculation and undermines regional peace and stability we as Beijing to seize its military diplomatic and economic pressure and coercion against Taiwan the statement said China claims the self governing island as it signed at the since the nineteen forty nine civil war in which nationalist setup a government on Taiwan once communist took control of mainland China I'm Karen Thomas
As COVID-19 crush eases, Kemp urges more to seek vaccines
"The nation's governors are still grappling with the spread of the delta variant and handing out varying messages on Kobe it nineteen vaccinations the Republican governor of Georgia Bryan campus says he opposes a federal push that mandates vaccines for workers but he is urging residents of his state to get a covert shot camp says yes new cases are down but he's concerned about a fifth surge coming this winter in Connecticut democratic governor Ned Lamont has put the National Guard on standby to serve as replacements for thousands of state workers if they don't meet Monday's deadline for mandatory cope with vaccinations Tennessee's Republican governor bill leak is extending his order that allows parents to opt their kids out of school mask mandates while the Arkansas Supreme Court is blocking that state from imposing that type of band I'm Jackie Quinn
Biden Administration Naive to Depend on Taliban
"Our first guest. This hour live in. The beltway is byron. York of the washington examiner. You see on fox news. Good morning byron. Good morning hugh. What's your assessment. Well it's it's the end that we should have seen coming for the last couple of weeks. If it was it was really going to happen. And i also think that as you listened to Secretary of state blinken speak over the last couple of weeks. It was also clear that they were never going to get every single american out of afghantistan. Who wanted to get out of afghanistan. There were some tiny number. Didn't but anyway it was pretty clear. Plus the the thing that was really clear was that the entire operation was dependent on the goodwill of the taliban and last night at nine o'clock ned price. The state department spokesman tweeted quote. The taliban needs to meet its commitments and obligations in afghanistan on freedom of travel respecting basic rights to the people of holding its commitments on counterterrorism. Not carrying out reprisal violence against those whose date and forming an inclusive government. Which is kind of an allison wonderland Sort of position of the state department. But here we are
The History of the ICEE, the Coolest Drink in Town
"As summer rounds out. Let's cool down with the story of what was once. Hawked as the coolest in town talking about the icy david book recently shared a brief history of the frozen carbonated beverage over at tedium and shared a few things that i definitely wasn't expecting zoo. There are three different stories about how the icy began. But they all happened under the tutelage of omar nedlac while he was running a dairy queen in coffee ville. Kansas nedlac had grown up in kansas and after returning from serving in world war two owned an ice cream parlor of his own for awhile and dabbled in running hotels before ending up. Buying a dairy queen franchise location. Now here is where the stories differ. Either ned lick didn't have a soda fountain and therefore put bottled soda in the freezer. To keep it cool and sold it partially frozen. Something that is customers loved because the partial freezing created some kind of chemical change. That led to a pleasing slushy consistency. The other version of the story is that nedley did have a soda fountain but when it broke one day he threw some bottles of soda in the freezer and same thing customers were really into it. The final version. That sometimes gets told. Is that nedley regularly ran out of bottled soda during rushes and would put some in the freezer so that they could get cold faster and you know what happens next whichever version of the story is true and however the discovery i came about it was an instant hit customers loved these semi frozen sodas and would request them when they visited his dairy queen. So ned likud always had a predilection for machinery and tinkering decided he wanted to build a machine to create the slushy drinks on according to tedium. His first prototype was made out of an old ice cream machine and a cars air conditioning units and once. He had a successful proof of concept. He teamed up with the john. E mitchell company in dallas to perfect and scale up the
Biden Has No Plan for Afghanistan Disaster
"Joined now by david. Drucker of the washington examiner david. The president expected to address the august thirty first deadline. Got any reporting on that. I don't have any reporting on that. But i've seen the president say already more than once believed that we're going to stay until we get every american out i think the white house Just putting aside the president for a minute can't seem to get. Its message straight because one minute. They're saying one thing the next minute they're saying another it's made this thing very hard For the us government to project command and control. I think that biden's biggest misstep here. Aside from the obvious initial policy disaster is that wants. This whole thing. Went south with the president to do is to speak plainly about the problems. You don't even have to admit mistakes. It gets very political. You just have to say yes is a problem and you need to project man in and that has been the biggest deficiency we also are unable to obtain a minimum number. I've heard jake sullivan. Jen psaki john. Kirby ned price all explain why. We don't know how many americans are in afghanistan multiple times. The question though is what's the minimum number of people that we know are there. Has anyone offered up any answer on the minimum number david drucker. Not that i've seen and and i think this is a case again. It comes back to. And i sound like a broken record here. Command and control understanding the scope of the problem. Leaving at least that you understand what it takes to solve the problem and that the president well he started to speak more often about this and attempt to project some semantic control. He still has people around him. That sometimes don't say what he says. That are still period. They're trying to sort of Smooth this over for him. And i think they've just got to get better and saying yeah. This is the problem. This is what we know. This is what we don't know better trying to find out and then you get to a place where they have command of all the facts and they present a plan that even if it gets criticized is at least plan The people can wrap their arms around for dealing with the problem.
Henri Now a Tropical Depression as Flooding Danger Remains
"Continuing unleashed downpours over a region already saturated by heavy rain. Earlier today. The storm was located about 10 miles southwest of Hartford, Connecticut, was expected to produce heavy rainfall and flooding across areas of New England, New York, New Jersey and northeast Pennsylvania. Through tonight and into early tomorrow. Connecticut governor Ned Lamont says even though Andrea has been downgraded, people still need to take it seriously. Don't get complacent. Uh, As I said before, Sandy, I see those were not hurricanes, either because the terrain is so wet. You do have just a 40 50 or not dust. Knocks over trees, and that's why we're watching the power outage situations so carefully. In Tennessee, at least 22 people are dead and many more missing. After record setting rain caused devastating flooding that swept away homes up to 17 inches of rain fell in less than 24 hours, setting a new one day record for rainfall in the state. News and analysis at town hall
US Allies Asked to Host Evacuating Afghan Nationals
"Is asking US allies to take in some of the evacuating Afghan nationals. There is a broader universe of countries that have agreed to host Either at risk Afghans, American citizens or third country. Nationals spokesman Ned Price. The latest
US Struggles to Speed Kabul Airlift Despite Taliban, Chaos
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the U. S. is struggling to speed up the COBOL airlift U. S. officials say the pace of evacuations of Americans and Afghan allies at the Kabul airport is picking up as a chaotic we could draws to an end every report we see of someone unable to reach the airport is of concern state department spokesman Ned price said Thursday six thousand people had been you'll be cleared for evacuation a major increase over previous days United States military is undertaking a gargantuan airlift operation right now but with president Biden's August thirty first deadline for complete withdrawal of U. S. troops less than two weeks away it is unclear how many people are in need of evacuation some estimates of U. S. Afghan citizens and family range from eleven thousand to fifteen thousand tens of thousands of others may also be seeking an exit Mike Rossi Washington
Taliban Violently Disperse Rare Protest Days After Takeover
"The U. S. and allies are struggling to manage a chaotic evacuation from Afghanistan and relying in part on Taliban cooperation as Afghans and others barrage Kabul's airport in a bid to fleet we have received assurances from the Taliban that they are prepared to provide the safe passage of civilians to the airport the state department's Ned price and White House National Security Advisor Jake's all of it we take it for what it is this is not about trust is about verified Solomon says there have been reports of people being beaten outside the airport this morning the Taliban demanded to see documents before allowing occasional passengers inside and fired warning shots to disperse those trying to push in Sager mag ani Washington
Afghans who helped US being evacuated to Virginia Army base
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a military base in Virginia will house Afghans who helped the US with the withdrawal of US forces in Afghanistan approaching the final stages about twenty five hundred Afghans who worked for the U. S. government over the past twenty years will be evacuated and temporarily housed at Fort Lee Virginia these are brave Afghans and their families as we have said who service United States has been certified by the embassy in Kabul and who have completed thorough S. I. V. security vetting process state department spokesman Ned price told reporters Monday the Afghans will begin arriving at Fort Lee next week the group includes seven hundred Afghans who worked for the US and roughly eighteen hundred family members another four thousand applicants and family awaiting security clearance will be sent to non U. S. locations while their visas are processed Mike Rossio Washington
Sobriety and the Domino Effect - With Will Black
"So take his back to the alcohol years. What age were you on east also drinking and when did you start thinking it was. It was a bit of a problem absolutely. Yeah i guess. As far as in the states. I started a little later. I didn't start really drinking until i was eighteen and for me. It was really really immediately apparent. I had a problem first week. University or member blacking out right away and alcohol was very exciting very intoxicating but even then there was this sort of like shock of. Whoa what what happened last night. but it was. I mean it was really immediately. As i was going into school that i started having problems as far as really breaking a lot of my friendships. Really dealing with a lot of regret and remorse in the mornings But for me the one one really hard part of the journey was just not knowing how to live without it. Not really seeing any alternative to not drinking really from the gecko. I was trying to solve these issues whether that was blacking out or losing phone like my wallet. Losing losing losing everything so for years. I tried i tried moderating whether that was having a glass of water in between drinks limiting the number of drinks and ned having a big meal something like that
True History of the Kelly Gang
"More lights to another out of the book reviews. My name is carmen. And i do these reviews for those who want to transcend beyond that are in me mortality to learn some knowledge to get the good stuff that there is out of the world of literature and today. I have a very intriguing one for you. It is the true history of the kelly gang by peter carey. This book was published in two thousand and it is a fictional retelling of the very alter a famous australian bushman's life from the beginning until the end. The focus is indeed of ned kelly his adventures exploits his run ins with the law in the australian bush the outback and those of the core members of his gang. But peter carey. Add some additional flavor. Some spices i guess to his story. It's a first person narrative using the medium of postles. So it is told from the point of view of ned kelly as a young man growing older and into the days just before his death. But it's done address to his daughter. Who is now overseas. And so these are fictional retailing's and each of these parcels essentially a chapter of the book. And it'll start off with a small description of this fictional parcel and then a slight summary of the chapter before then going into the actual chapter now if you've never heard of him before ned. Kelly is quite famous in australian culture in general so it does tell of his life. Being in the outback in victoria is relatively impoverished childhood. Early violence mishap saudi had with the police and just with other members of his own family apprenticeship as an outlaw as a bushman onto harry pow continual police corruption and other unfortunate events that happened in his life leading to is rebellion against authority his inauguration of a small gang the kelly gang including his brother and some trusted friends before the ultimate siege capture and death. I'm
Assassination Threatens More Political Chaos for Haiti
"Says the administration believes presidential elections in Haiti should still proceed this year. A two week state of emergency has been declared in Haiti after its president Juvenal Muise, was assassinated by an armed group in his home. NPR's Jackie Northam reports. President Jovan Elmo is faced massive protests in Haiti earlier this year when he refused to leave office. Despite opposition claims that his term it ended State Department spokesman Ned Price says the U. S called for new elections back then, and still does. We have urged Haitian government political stakeholders repeatedly both in public. And in private to reach a political accord in order to ensure those legislative and presidential elections take place later this year. In the meantime, Prime Minister Clo Joseph declared that he's now in charge of Haiti. The State Department says the U. S. Is standing ready to offer assistance in the wake of Morris's killing.
"ned" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Of questions for we continue the conversation How can people find your organization american majority because it's a great important organization. I appreciate that. Yeah no it's been thirteen years since i founded it American majority dot org and again if people are wondering what we do. We try nonstop on how good men and women can actually run for office. How do you put together a campaign plan. How do you do get out the vote. How do you raise money. But we also trained activists on how to be more effective. Listen i love a good rally there a lot of fun but the only way that you bring real change in your your community is to organize into coalitions to understand how you keep. Your elected officials accountable. So we've trained in all fifty states trained tens of thousands of people but it is really one of those things. If you want to see real change happen in this country again. I go back to. It's a it's a battle of the ballot boxes and if we have good men and women who know how to win politically get in the right place. They're going to actually implement the right policy. I i love it. I'm gonna ask you really tough question. And i want you to be honest. Was the fastest mile. You ever ran a new. You're gonna ask this. It was fourteen or something like that. It was one of the worst. Wait wait a minute. No no no the fact that you're acting like it's only fourteen which was disappointed in shape prior on four zero five four zero three four or five somewhere in that range and just bombed look. It's very simple. You can blame it on your mother. And it's her gene. Do they had robbed you of being able to break through. Come on you. But i will say this the cool story. There were only three father son combinations in the entire history of of kansas track and field that won the mile championship obviously glen cunningham and his son. And then jim ryan and ned ryan so it was kind of cool. My senior year won the mile mile title of the class. Six a state meet so kind of story running. Paid for college. Eric but i have to confess it was. It was a bit of a disappointment beyond paying for college. Not quite the success. I'd hope for you know what that's just pathetic album. We're looking at each other. Like if i could ever run like a four fourteen mile would act like well. But i get it. I get your father's jim ryan. You know that's going to be like that. Yeah i heard a rumor that you ran sub six at if lee road stadium for i crack. Actually that is. That's that's true it the place the place where the place where and i did this in my fifties the place where yeah. I did a few years. Five years ago. The place where roger bannister broke the four minute mile. I was with my daughter. And i were in oxford doing socrates in the city events which people can see online city dot com. And i realize that the if lee track i thought wait a minute. This is the same track. This is where roger bassa. So i had to time myself and i'm not kidding. I ran i basically. It was kind of like a six zero one mile but i feel like probably five fifty five. I was like fifty two years old so for me. That was pretty good. And i didn't train for it or anything like that. So i'm very proud of that. And how cool is it that you brought it up on my program. I like to cut your gibb ned ryan. Listen your book is so important. We gotta stop joking eric. Shut up eric. I want to hear more about the adversaries so this is an historical novel. But it's such such. There's so much history that it's almost nonfiction correct. That's correct. I mean again. Ninety percent of its fact. I call her the edges again. Because there's certain things that we don't know if those conversations actually took place but to move the story along for example on march sixteenth. Seventeen seventy five. There was a day of prayer and fasting in boston. That was called for by the provincial. Congress samuel cooper didn't give the sermon but i haven't giving the sermon. But while he's giving the sermon. British officers actually did show up outside. That day of fasting pitched a tent had drinks were drunk and basically came to try and disrupt that day of prayer and fasting choice. So i show that scene which actually did happen some of the actual details obviously a little bit different than probably what took place but again to move the story along and to promote some of these characters. I wrote in a certain way. But you know my hope is in all of this eric. That people as as history being weaponized against us right the insidious fiction of the sixteen thousand nine project. Let's go back and have a conversation about real history about who these men and women were. what did they do. What were the sacrifices they made. What did they actually believe. In what were they trying to accomplish. And then quite frankly what did they accomplished. And how should we apply that to our lives today so everything in the book the adversaries a story of boston and bunker hill is true. Except maybe ten percent like one of the drunken british soldiers you have named as joseph p biden of baltimore. That's made up. I think that's avenue fan. Made up and and he married. I think is babysitter. Jill dr jill biden. That's made up. So listen folks. We take liberties liberties but but this history is important net. I joke around. I'm so delighted to talk to you but it's really vital that we teach ourselves what we've forgotten what this book has. I mean even the most basic things like many of us think is the worst starting seventeen seventy six. No it didn't start. in seventeen. Seventy five bunker hill was was today in seventeen seventy five just so that we get the the chronology leading up to what they did in philadelphia in seventeen seventy six and then on and on but i mean the more you learn of it the more fascinating it is i just. That's why i'm kind of glad that as bad as things are. It's sort of forcing us to look back to try to understand these things. Yeah no and again. It's history dunwell and point this out. In the author's note. I went through a tour of christ church philadelphia two thousand and we were there for the rnc convention and it was our family mom dad couple siblings and then i'll sudden the guy that was giving us the tour of christ church turned around and he looked at us and it's it's a thought i haven't forgotten for twenty years. He said history done. Well is like the wind at our backs. And i thought of. I've been thinking about that literally for twenty some years. How history should inspire us. We should understand it but it should inspire us to action today. And that's one of the reasons. I wrote this stories. Because first of all people need to remember doctor. Joseph warren and the and the sacrifices that he was he made with intense eric that he went and he did what he did with intent because he believed in something any believes something was actually worth fighting four. And i think we've got to go back and look at this history and go. He's an example for us. How do we apply what he did today and understand. There are real lessons to be learned from history that we can apply to our situation today. That can inspire us and move us to action. Well ned ryan were just about out of time. I want to thank you for writing this book. I know what it is to write a book to huge huge effort. But it's so important folks. I hope that you can get a copy of the adversaries. A story of boston bunker hill the more we learn the more fascinating. As i've said that but ned thank you for your part in this folks can go to american majority dot.
"ned" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Make like a mister milquetoast. You'll get shut out folks. Welcome back. I'm talking to ned. Ryan the son of an ryan and her husband. Jim ryan ned. This is important stuff. Today is the anniversary of bunker. Hill june seventeenth for people who need a refresher and we all do on all of these things. What happened at bunker hill. Why was that an important moment in history. It was really the first set battle of the american revolution. Obviously about two months before you'd had lexington and concord but this is where the americans with intent went to really breed sill built a redoubt and basically put themselves in a position to challenge british control over boston and the british realized if we do not run. The americans off of breed's hill are days in boston or done. We'll have to sail to nova scotia and so it became on that afternoon of june seventeenth. Where some of the best regiments best companies in the entire british army sailing. We're road across the charles river to charlestown peninsula and marched up the hill. And they honestly thoughts eric that when they came charging up the hill with bayonets that the american farmers were going to turn tail and run and the shock that the british had when they realize. They're not going to retreat. They're gonna fight and the amazing part in the battle. And i don't want to give away too much of it. The british were stunned when they finally on the third charge able to get over the walls of the earth. Redoubt most of the time professional soldiers at that point would retreat and the last moments inside. That redoubt are just an amazing story. Where these american farmers provincials when they ran out of bullets picking up rocks picking up anything that they could to fight to the very last. Because that's how that's how strongly. They felt about what they were doing that day. It's an incredible story. eric. I mean i keep on going back in this research. Over the last nine ten months before bunker hill that obviously. This book culminates with the battle of bunker hill. Truth is stranger than fiction. And i wrote this book in such a way i call it faction ninety percent of its fact i mean these are real human beings. They're no they're no fictional characters. And this obviously i had to create some of the dialogue between gaijin warrant or or or warren and his fiancee mercy. But there were a lot of these things that actually took place. A lot of the dialogue is true. What was taking place when english officers are writing home going. We are headed towards civil war. And i thought that was interesting to me eric. The english realize again. English people in massachusetts. They're writing home going. We are headed towards civil war. Not revolution civil war. And i really explored to. What is true. sedition. What is true insurrection. Who decides because these founders of the free american republic guess what the the ruling class in england thought of them. They thought they were seditious. They thought they were insurrections and in return. There's a really interesting conversation. I have in this between the reverend samuel cooper warren about what is true sedition. What is true insurrection. Who decides i can tell you what isn't truce insurrection. It's called january. Sixth. that's right. That was the reichstag fire. I just say that. In case people wanna read my bajan booking out by the way i wanted to say that right behind you. I see picture of bonn hoffer and wait a minute. That's my bon hoffer book. Come on get outta town. What is that all about. The first book of yours that i've ever read. It was one of those books again. I'd always been a fan of bond hoffer and then read the book and realize i was even more of a fan of what he actually did again in the face of of this evil authoritarianism in which he actually started. I think this is a. This is a point you hit when you came and spoke at cornerstone just over a week ago that we as christians are actually called into the arena to actually challenge just not romans romans thirteen all powers ordained by god. No we actually have to challenge the authority and say if you're making laws that are not just that are not in line with natural inherent rights. They are unjust loss. And i actually quote saint augustine in this in which unjust laws or no laws at all and we have to have that conversation. We willing to have the courage and the authority to be able to stand with resolve and say no we do not accept what you have created as arbitrary law as though it really is a just law like wearing masks. Okay seriously though. I gotta tell you we americans and i include my generation in this. We've we've forgotten these things. You cannot have america unless the majority of americans know and understand these things and live them out in their lives and for a number of decades. We have drifted. These things have evaporated. And that's why we are where we are and that's why people are willing to accept laws that are not just laws because we see to be americans when we see some understand these things. Yeah but i think this was all done with intense. I mean think about how progressive the progressive left has taken over our school system. They don't wanna teach the real history of america because that's the antiethical to their worldview. If people actually knew how the machinery of the republic was supposed to work they might actually start to question. What's taking place around them. No this has been done with intent. I mean this is one of the reasons i was on the seventeen. Seventy six commission. Which of course biden outlawed day one. But we wanted to go back for you. He's not actually the president so don't worry about it. Go ahead go ahead with intent going into public schools and teaching these things and teaching young children and future generations to actually love their country but to understand the unique triumph that the american republic is. We are a unique nation. We should embrace it and understand who we are and it is a triumph of western civilization. It's nothing to be ashamed of. We've had our share of mistakes but it because of the sacrifices that were made two hundred and some years ago it has given us the most amount of freedom and prosperity that any other world and society has ever seen in world history. I want to say to people out there. Hey if you're against slavery if you're against racism you better be pro american. You better throw love america because this is the nation that has sacrificed the blood mostly of young white men for god's principles to fight against institutional slavery racism. It's an astonishing thing. We're forgetting.
"ned" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Thirty to forty british officers came to the old south meeting house to intimidate him into silence and they sat on the steps and the pulpit in front of him to try and silence in any looked out over their heads and he spoke to about five thousand. Bostonians any any told them what is at stake and he closes out and the other thing. That's interesting erick doctor. Joseph warren has been forgotten a little bit by history. But guess who mentioned him in his first inaugural address ronald reagan and he said of doctor joseph warren. He might have been one of the greatest of the founding fathers and then he quoted in his first inaugural address some of warren's words from that day on march six seventeen seventy five in which he said. Our country is in danger. Now you're to decide the important question. Upon which rests the happiness and liberty of millions yet. Unborn act worthy of yourselves and i think about those words said two hundred and forty six years ago and think. Wow those still really apply today because guess what. It's incumbent upon us the decision that we make and what we decide to do the happiness and millions of those yet unborn. They're going to. It's going to impact what we do today. Their lives will be impacted by what we choose not to do. Choose not to do. It's astonishing that we're living through these times. Ned i mean. I have to say that the world in which we were raised the worst got was nothing like where we are. Now we really believed in the institutions. I mean i remember. You're probably too young. But when watergate was over people said hey it proves that the system works there. Were these guardrails in place. You know that that if things got out of line we had the checks and balances but we know that human beings being fallen are capable eventually of drifting past these things without even knowing it. It's happened to others before but we've never had a country as free as our so. We're living in an amazing time. Let me say two points here. We are the pinnacle of western civilization. And say that in many ways. Because it's it's a statement of facts. Also say the trigger the left because the american republic is the pinnacle of western civilization. When you look back at its founding but you hit an interesting point. Eric when you go back and look at our founding. Our founding fathers got one thing very very right they understood human nature they understood that imperfect human nature should never be entrusted with consolidated power. And i write about this in my book restoring our republic. They constructed our republic based off that premise that we had god given rights to life liberty pursuit of happiness at the same time imperfect human being should never be trusted consolidated power air go diffused power. That's how they constructed the machinery of the republic and juxtaposed them against the progressives the progressives got wrong human nature. They believe that human nature was perfectible and through the administrative state this massive bureaucracy. They were going to advance human nature and society to reach utopia or novon whatever it is but they trusted human nature with consolidated power and ultimately. Today we're kind of seeing the end result of that when you have an out of control administrative state run by imperfect human beings. We need to break this down ned. Because i know you know this but in case anybody's not tracking you've just summed up the difference between a biblical worldview that's right and then un biblical worldview of bible says that we are falling. We're broken worth sinful and that apart from god. Our tendency is to accrue more and more power to ourselves selfishly so that we can crush those who don't have the power that we do that human beings have done since the beginning of time the founders had a biblical worldview and they understood that unless you can create a system that takes into account the evil in the hearts of men. You're dead the liberals and the people in the french revolution believed in the tower of babel. We will reach heaven on our own. Forget about god we can do it. And we're going to climb into the heavens satanic a satanic project and they have obviously without realizing it's a satanic project i guess buckley's referred to imminent -tising the eschaton right. We wanna get to heaven. We don't wanna go through the cross. We don't want to be sinful nature so it's interesting that right now you and i in our own lifetimes we're seeing. This played out in american politics clearly. Yeah no clearly. I mean again just to highlight again the point you made we as human beings oftentimes left to our own devices. We cannot louis should. it's just an our human nature we devolve into doing whatever we think we can get away with and the founders understood that they understood where we forgive me when we come back. We're just gonna continue the.
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"Think feel so good. I gotta get up and dance books. Welcome back. i'm talking to men ryan. The book is the adversaries story of boston and bunker hill ned. I cut you off in the middle of. You're making an important point. Please continue that point. So these ideas that the american the colonists brought to them from england were english ideas. Right the whole idea of petition of right. You can't quarter troops private homes. You have the right to bear arms free elections free speech. They brought them over to the colonies and these were written down in black and white. Many of these ideas were passed by parliament. It to you by the english kings. They viewed these ideas sacrosanct. This is this is really a contract between us and the governing powers in england and this is a contract that we actually hold sacred the interesting thing and i think this kind of applies today eric where english people with two very different world. You started to go in different directions. Where the american colonists most of were english lineage said. No these are natural inherent rights that were guaranteed to us in writing whereas in england parliament. And the king's ministers really decided was more series of suggestions if inconvenient. We're not to be followed the other interesting dynamic too. I was finding a lot of different stories. The idea of what is rule of law to the americans. The idea of rule of law is that all laws must actually be in harmony with natural inherent rights as stated shown by our creator whereas the british parliament made laws and then they were going to enforce them no matter where those laws came from no matter. What the motivations that was their concept rule of law and at certain point they realized you might be talking about rule of law and you might be talking about rule of law to completely different definitions and at some point. There was no compromise. Well isn't it interesting that we're going through something similar today where we are being forced as americans to really look again reexamined. What is liberty. What are the limits of liberty. When is liberty abrogated. And then what do we do about it. I don't think we're at the point where we would pick up arms but we better understand where that point would be another words. You can't push a free people around forever. They are going to go back to their to their history books. And they're going to say wait a second. I think we've crossed the line here. We need to elect people who understand what liberty is yet. No i think you make a great point. I've told people this is a. This is a battle of the ballot boxes right. It's not a battle of bullets. We have that right as a free people. And i think that this is one of the reasons that this story from. Two hundred and forty six years ago still applies today because it really was principal defiance in the face of an overwhelming and quite frankly arbitrary authoritarianism. That's why it's a story for all time. That still applies today. What do you do in the face of authoritarianism what you actually believe. And i think that's something that worn clearly demonstrated in his life and writings and his actions along with adams and hancock and revere you actually believe something and obviously there's a lot to lift war but worn and others decided at some point. There's so much to live for but there's also things worth dying for and this idea that they were going to found a free american republic based on this premise liberty. I last and forever which quite frankly we haven't been true to through our history but it was an ideal aspirational and they said we will be free people. We will govern ourselves. We'll be at self-governing people and we will create laws that are in harmony with natural inherent law and we will govern ourselves and parliament. And the king's minister said we don't think so you going submit. And they said we don't think so we're going to resist a we. Don't think so you don't think so. We don't think well you know. It is interesting to me that because things have gotten so crazy in this country people are going back and they are reexamining our history and i think more and more people are learning the history that you have in your book and other kinds of of of of american history. And they're thinking this is interesting. I forgot this. Or i never learned this. I better learn it. Now because we're in one of those moments so the title of the book is the adversaries of story of boston and bunker hill ned ryan r. y. u. n. So ned what is the book for people who know nothing about it. What is the adversaries. Well the atmosphere is. I came up with that title. Because in the balkan microcosm of the greater conflict between the american colonies in england between doctor. Joseph warren and lord francis rodman who was an actual british officer young woman in boston at the time and it was a conflict between two very different world views in which lord rawdon obviously of nobility. Couldn't understand why these colonists were resisting. The king and parliament. And the king's ministers acts and doctor joseph. Warren standing firm in the face of incredible intimidation eric. I detail lot of this in the book. But this wasn't as though the british were three thousand miles away in london. There was a very real presence in boston at the time. And i i make the point. In the author's note at the beginning by the time you hit the spring of seventeen seventy five. They're literally was a british regular for every adult male in boston. And it was a police state and when warren gives his his fifth anniversary oration for the boston massacre on march six. They did it the day after because the day off with a sunday..
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"Host eric. Metaxas pay their folks. I don't wanna freak you out or anything. But i'm wearing neck makeup that's right. My real neck looks nothing like what you see on your camera. If you're listening on the radio. Just ignore what. I just said folks. I have a real. I'm so excited. I have a really really special guest right now. I don't know where to start. Except maybe i'll just introduce them and we'll see what happens. Ned ryan congressman author. Ned the program. Yeah no good to be with you arrogance real pleasure. I know that we've been trying to connect and you know for those listening. We actually got to connect a little over a week ago when you came and spoke cornerstone church here in leesburg and it was. It was amazing message and we got to speak briefly afterwards so really happened to be on the show with you. I'm glad to have you on the show. Another so many things going on with you that i don't know where to start. I wanna i wanna get your your bio. We're going to talk about your book. Which launches today june seventeenth the anniversary of bunker hill and we will talk about that in a second but your bio i mean what. What do you say when somebody says. Hey who who are you. Wh- what have you done like what's your typical. You know way that you say. I you know. Where do you leak. What he lied with. Work what do i lead with. You know it's funny because a lot of people look at the spelling of my last name. Which is our why you in. It's pronounced ryan but spelled differently and a lot of people go related to that guy. The runner which of course i am. That's my father. Jim ryan Just an incredible man obviously a three-time olympian record over the mile presidential medal of freedom and then back in dc. The last twenty years. I came back. When i graduated from the university of kansas that bastion of i say that with the deepest of sarcasm and came back and wanted to experience for a year or two and here i am twenty years later married to a beautiful woman and four kids and really became involved in politics in many ways. Eric was actually inspired by francis. Schaeffer how should we then live. Christian manifesto obviously watching my dad deeply principal man in what he actually experienced while in the us house for ten years and then as it began over the course of time i helped raise money for his relax and then started a youth organization called generation joshua which was aimed at really getting homeschool youth more involved in civic politics and then january of two thousand eight really really stealing a patient left started something called american majority which still doing today in which we actually train people good men and women to run for state and local office. Because i'm a big believer first of all we're to engage in that arena but politics is policy. If you don't like what's happening in policy here in this country you should get involved in politics and do it. S sophisticated and successful way possible and then over. The course of time obviously began doing some commentary on tv doing some op. Eds an authoring. Books obviously did restoring republic a few years ago and then obviously this new book that's dropping today called the adversaries a story of boston and bunker hill. Well i wanna talk to you about everything. This is by the way ned. This is the show about everything. I keep forgetting to mention in case people want to know how they can pigeonhole us. It's the show about everything for example. Today we're talking about history. We're talking about political activism. We're talking about middle distance running. I have to go back. Listen your father. I met your father actually at chuck colson funeral a number of years ago and i couldn't believe i was meeting ned. I'm sorry i was meeting jim ryan. I said this can't be. This guy is considered by some. This is not a joke to be literally the greatest highschool athlete of all time. Not just in a running okay so we gotta break this down. Because the i would know you weren't for your dad and your mom. Your father in high school in highschool broke the four minute mile. The amazing part. Eric is that he only began running very seriously in a systematic way training. Eighteen months before he did that. I mean and me that. Maybe i am not optimistic. But maybe you're saying there's a chance. I can do it but it's clear that god made him to run. I mean it's pretty incredible when you realize what he was able to do it. A young age the punishment he was able to endure to actually get to the point where he was. I tell people all the time when you're running one hundred miles a week starting in high school and really only had a couple of injuries along the way the ability that he had to be able to do that weekend week out month after month year after year obviously led them to running in three olympics. He made his first olympic team when he was a junior in high school. Broke the world record in the mile. The fifteen hundred the half mile and then went on obviously run two more olympics in seventy two last one and the thing. That's interesting to me eric. He's considered one of the greatest high school athletes. In fact when president trump gave him the presidential medal of freedom last year. He actually highlighted this because he said you know when espn did a survey who's the greatest high school athlete of all time. Guess who won. It wasn't lebron james. It wasn't tiger woods. This guy named jim ryan beat out those people as the greatest high school athlete of all time in the espn poll because of what he was able to accomplish. And you have to remember back in the day. When he's in high school he's taking on gold medalist and world record holders and beating them as a high schooler dead in some ways. Because nobody you that good hey ryan. I've had it with people. Like you know people honestly as iran in high school. And i think i broke the six minute mile as far as sophomore and i skipped a grade..
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"Ned Beatty. That's guy. Now you may recognize That name. Or maybe you don't. Ned Beatty was into his forties. Doing regional theater. Which doesn't pay well. But for masters of their craft. It's probably the most rewarding type of theater to do. It's live. It's local. It's real. It's interactive. But at some point they figure out You know? Driving around in this old VW bus. 40 years, 50 years after Jerry Garcia did it When it's the same bus, just not the one he had in his raggedy. This is really not that much fun. I think I'd rather just being a movie. Be on set for three months. Make some cash. And take some time off and be able to afford nice things. Ned Beatty was an unlikely movie star. And I guess movie stars it Stretch. But he appeared In more than 150 movies and TV shows. That is a very, very successful Movie career. Acting career. Especially when you consider He never made it on the big screen until 1972. And what would be without a doubt. Not only his most famous role To it, Ramon. But one of the most famous.
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