35 Burst results for "New France"

Egg thrown at French President Macron during food trade fair

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 14 hrs ago

Egg thrown at French President Macron during food trade fair

"French president Emmanuel mackerel who's been hit on the shoulder buy an egg thrown at him during a visit to an international food trade fair in the French city of Lille a video of the incident widely shared on social media shows McCall walking through a crowd with an egg bounced off him without breaking two bodyguards can be seen immediately getting closer to the president and a man being taken away from the scene by all the bodyguards reports is that her micro saying if he has something to tell me that he can come in June but chrome was slapped in the face by a man as he was greeting the public in a small town in southeastern France I'm Charles the last month

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France-US Spat: What happens when diplomatic relations turn sour?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

01:38 min | 2 d ago

France-US Spat: What happens when diplomatic relations turn sour?

"Me. I to explain not so much what france. He's angry about as why. France is being quite so demonstrative in its anger is agnes poirier author of not saddam the sole of france. So agnes. we don't want to get too bogged down in the details of the diplomatic spat which involves australia. The united states the united kingdom and france. But we want to talk more about the diplomatic spatters. An idea in this program both in theory and in practice. But let's start with france's participation in this particular diplomatic spat a. You surprised that. France is being quite so expressive as it is. I was at first when i first heard about that sim rain contract. I mean i knew it had been signed five years ago. Sign you about it. But it was remote souvenir and so i was quite struck. Yes by the force with which show young who is usually very cow passan. Very cautious minister very appreciated. Actually minister on the right and on the left informs used to be a defense an army ministers now the foreign affairs minister for france saying the morning when he talked about stabbing the bike etc. Everybody thought hang on a minute. There's something to it expire unusual for him and so we looked carefully at the small print and we looked into it and of course as the days passed and the anger was even more palpable. We sort of understood. What was it stake and why the french government was behaving that way

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French President Macron Talks to Biden Amid "Grave Crisis" Over Submarines

The Daily

00:41 sec | 4 d ago

French President Macron Talks to Biden Amid "Grave Crisis" Over Submarines

"On wednesday. President biden and french president emmanuel macron attempted to repair their damaged relationship during a phone call their first since france reacted with outrage to a us deal to sell submarines to australia. That deal had undermined of french. Deal to sell submarines to australia. We're hopeful and the president is hopeful. This is a step in returning to normal in a long important abiding relationship that the united states has with france It was after the call. France said that it would reinstate the french ambassador to the us whom it had recalled to france in an act of protest

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U.S. Spat With France Shows Challenge of Keeping Allies Unified

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:24 min | 6 d ago

U.S. Spat With France Shows Challenge of Keeping Allies Unified

"I want you to put on the secretary of state hat. That many believe people believed you're going to wear. Should hillary clinton have won the two thousand sixteen election. And tell me what you would do if you were sitting on the seventh floor of the state department and this submarine controversy arose. And you might want to recap it for people who didn't listen to talk about it last week. You're on the air with me when the story broke. Yeah in in very short strokes. Australia signed up for france to build diesel electric submarines which are pretty good but over the last week or so they have done a one eighty and signed up with the united states in the united kingdom to build vastly better nuclear powered submarines. The french have lost a multi billion dollar contract. Their outrage what i would have done in retrospect was spend more time speaking with our allies. The french our oldest allies the first nation who came and fought alongside us in the revolutionary war. There are very fond of pointing that out as we subsequently fought a small war with them but such was the nineteenth century at the moment there still very strong allies within nato and so this came across to them as a very bad industrial policy. But also a real stab in the back to an ally. If i were sitting in tony blinken shoes right now and tony by the way. Interestingly is a franco phonic. He speaks beautiful. French lived in france for many years. I think he is and ought to be the point. Man on trying to rebuild this at the moment quite shaky set of relationships. And it's not just france hewitt's it's also with europe. Broadly we see particularly in the wake of brexit as the united kingdom pulls out. We now see france taking a lead in germany in working toward a much more independent eu policy. That'll bleed into our efforts to stand up to china. That's why this is important. I think secretary blinken that ought to be pretty much at the top of his chat list. Right now is working with his counterparts in paris.

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Biden, Morrison meet days after new sub deal

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 6 d ago

Biden, Morrison meet days after new sub deal

"President Biden and Australia's leader are trading praise days after unveiling a new partnership that led to a diplomatic blowup with France meeting of the U. N. General Assembly sidelines United States has no closer more reliable ally Australia while prime minister Scott Morrison said he appreciates the president's focus on the Indo Pacific region you get neither mention last week's deal that saw Australia agreed to acquire U. S. nuclear subs while canceling a previous of agreement with France which is furious Paris's top diplomat says there's now a crisis of trust with the U. S. but the president's downplaying tensions with America's oldest ally Sager make ani Washington

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Biden pledges 'relentless diplomacy' on global challenges

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 d ago

Biden pledges 'relentless diplomacy' on global challenges

"In his first speech to the U. N. General Assembly president Biden has urged allies to move quickly in addressing global issues the president says now that the Afghan war is over we turn the page after ending a period of relentless war we're opening a new pair of relentless diplomacy and shifting to working with nations across the globe to address the pandemic climate change and all the refuse to gather lever for our own people must also engage deeply with the rest of the world looking to reassure nations even after recent disagreements with France and others staunch allies Sager mag ani Washington

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Seager's three RBIs help Mariners stop A's 5-game win streak

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 d ago

Seager's three RBIs help Mariners stop A's 5-game win streak

"Seattle's four two victory at Oakland keeps the athletics two games behind for the second AL wild card and brings the mariners within three games Kyle Seager was three for four with three RBIs including a two run single in a three run third Mitch Haniger doubled twice and winning pitcher Tyler Anderson allowed just one run and four hits fanning seven over seven innings tie France added an RBI single in the third offshore Minaya who matched a career high with his tenth loss that's huge man number closer from a certain right now coming out of your garden sh yeah that's the crazy because last week's policy wall picked up his ninth save as the et's had their five game winning streak snapped I'm the ferry

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Buyers' Remorse Runs Rampant Among Biden's Former Cheerleaders

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:39 min | Last week

Buyers' Remorse Runs Rampant Among Biden's Former Cheerleaders

"It's pretty clear we have a bigger problem now than we've had in years and this is a these policies have turned it into becoming a magnet. So he's got a lot of work to do incredible chunk taught who is a reliable cheerleader for the democrats for the bite administration just rattling off a number of crises lang them at the feet of the current encampment. Let's are somebody who believes in unbiased reporting the creator of just the us dot com john. Solomon we played a cut in the first hour from cnn. Talking about might have multiple crisis. Then you have chunk. Todd you have a stephanie ruling others is something happening in the mainstream media. John i wrote a star the other day that said that buyer's remorse starting to set in even among people who embraced by nearly the media is currently wanted them and chuck. Todd was a great apologised for joe biden. All astier into the beginning of this administration as was cnn and msnbc we also see an enormous amount of buyers remorse from our foreign allies france. Great britain grave concerns about the way joe biden conduct. Things and i know he just said in the clip there that it's key issue of of credibility. I think the american voter see something. Different isn't just credibility its competence. We don't blow up people who are innocent with a predator drone and call it a right to strike. We don't open the border and bring cove into our country. That's just the competence question. I think the bigger issue that joe biden's presence he's going to with long-term is is he. Competent president did we vote for someone who sounded good but can't

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Even Chuck Todd Knows Biden Has a Credibility Problem

Mark Levin

02:43 min | Last week

Even Chuck Todd Knows Biden Has a Credibility Problem

"Knows very, very well. That he is doing bad things because he's in a game where you have to influence the balance of power. It's politics, you strong armed people. This is how we do it, and he's been doing it. For half a century. So if anybody knows how to do it, he does. So, Yeah, I think he does things in a ferry ASL E. I think he does things out of muscle memory because he's an old school politician, right? So It comes as no surprise to me that he's now getting criticized by his friends on the left. Because they he's embarrassing their brand. They're supposed to be the progressive brand the brand. It says No, we're doing good things for America, right? If you like your doctor, you can keep them and he says things like Well, you know, I got every legs are blonde and the kids. They put their hand in the pool and they rub them up and down my leg, and I learned about Roaches. And he says all these crazy things that you're like What? What are you saying? Men so Chuck Todd comes out and he says, You know what? Whether it's the border Afghanistan nuclear deals, covid Biden has a big credibility crisis. Let me tell you something. When your colleagues the fake news media that's there to make you look good. Tell you that you have a credibility problem. That's a big problem. Check this out so we can talk about the border crisis. We can talk about the period of about one hour on Friday, where we learned that the drone strike that had been touted as an attack and a victory over Isis actually killed a group of civilians, including seven Children. France, recalling its ambassador from from Washington because of that nuclear deal, they were cut out of between the United States and the UK and Australia and also the Covid booster news. That all came on Friday. How is the White House managing all this? And what do you expect to hear from the president at the U. N on Tuesday? Well, look, I think he's got a pretty big credibility crisis on his hands because all of these problems in some ways Showed up after he said something basically the exact opposite Afghanistan withdrawal wasn't gonna be messy. This wasn't going to look like Saigon. The booster shots. He came out, and he essentially said eight months and even indicated maybe we should start as soon as five months Now. We're not sure if anybody under 65 is going to get a booster shot. So you know he's had. And of course, the border has been. You know whether this you could we can talk about the border problems could say there's years in the making, but it's pretty clear. We have a bigger problem now than we've had in years. And this is a these policies have turned into becoming a magnet, so he's got a lot of work to do. You Dang right. He's got a lot of work to do. Joe

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Biden looks to turn page on 20 years of war at UN

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last week

Biden looks to turn page on 20 years of war at UN

"President Biden will make his first address to the U. N. General Assembly tomorrow and may face some skepticism over his pledge to work with allies and adversaries alike less than a month after replacing Donald Trump the president said he had a clear message for the world America is back exciting friendly nations who expected better cooperation but now eight months in the president's been out of sync with allies over ending the Afghan war virus travel restrictions and now a fresh bad with America's oldest ally France over a submarine deal spokeswoman Jen Psaki says it happens nations disagree the larger point here and we'll hear the president talk about tomorrow is that we are committed to those alliances and that always requires work from every president from every global leader in a big emphasis will be on shared challenges like the pandemic and the climate change Sager make ani Washington

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Biden Currently Battling 'Pretty Big Credibility Crisis'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:54 min | Last week

Biden Currently Battling 'Pretty Big Credibility Crisis'

"You got thousands and thousands of haitian illegals in del rio texas. You've got a drone strike. Where biden was going to show the world. How tuffy was takeout some isis k. Terrorists instead he wiped out a family of ken. Seven children three none of the isis k. Targets apparently were taken out. France's live with us. They recalled their ambassador from washington because of a nuclear deal that we cut france out of and then you got the vitamin ministration. Promising boosters are going to begin today that he said that last week and the fda came along and said not so fast not so fast. No boosters at least now except if you're sixty five or older or vulnerable when you're losing chuck todd of meet the press. You might have a problem. Check out this exchange between willie geist of nbc and chuck todd over biden's now. Chuck todd characterizes it as a pretty big credibility crisis. I would call it a catastrophe. Listen to this so we can talk about the border crisis. We can talk about the period of about one hour. On friday where we learned that the drone strike that had been touted as an attack and a victory over isis actually killed a group of civilians including seven children france recalling its ambassadors from from washington because of that nuclear deal. They were cut out of between the united states and the uk and australia and also the kobe booster news. That all came on friday. How is the white house managing all this. And what do you expect to hear from the president at the u. n. on tuesday. Well look i think he's got a pretty big a credibility crisis on his hands because all of these problems in some ways showed up after he said something basically the exact opposite afghanistan withdrawal wasn't going to be messy. This wasn't gonna look like saigon. The booster shots he came out and he essentially said eight months and even indicated. Maybe we should started as soon as five months now. We're not sure of anybody under sixty five is going to get a booster shot. So he's had of course the border has been you know whether this could. We can talk about the border problems. You could say there's years in the making but the it's pretty clear we have a bigger problem now than we've had in years. Wow chuck todd of meet the press saying that biden has a pretty big credibility crisis.

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France's Macron to Talk to Biden Amid Crisis Over Submarines

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

France's Macron to Talk to Biden Amid Crisis Over Submarines

"French president Emmanuel macron will speak with president Biden for the first time since the diplomatic sponsor rocketed between the two nations the disagreement which the French according a grave crisis breakouts I first submarine deal with Australia Australia ended a twenty sixteen contract with billions of dollars with France to build twelve diesel electric submarines in favor of the U. S. contracts for a nuclear powered submarines Franz recalled its ambassadors from the US and Australia and a sign of the severity of the crisis in an interview on French TV press spokesperson Gabrielle S. house said both leaders will talk because they have to move on what's at stake in this a fad this crisis also a provision being come out of the U. S. deal with Australia is a sign of America's pivot towards the Indo Pacific region as China bolsters its implements that front feels the deal steps on its feet in a region where it has long had a strong presence I'm Karen Thomas

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Australia Says France Knew of 'Grave' Submarine Concerns

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

Australia Says France Knew of 'Grave' Submarine Concerns

"Australia's prime minister has defended his government's actions the putting out of the deal with France for pizza submarines France accused Australia of hiding its intentions to back out of the ninety billion dollar contracts however Australian prime minister Scott Morrison said France was well aware of the issues before straight you have pulled out of the deal I have would have had every reason to know that we have date and grave concerns president Joe Biden revealed last week in New annoyance including Australia and Britain that would deliver an Australian pizza at least H. nuclear powered submarines the cancellation has caused a diplomatic crisis which has seen falls recorded some bath does to the United States and Australia president Biden French president Emmanuel macron will talk for the first time since the stock began in an attempt by the U. S. to mend relations with the European nation I'm Karen Thomas

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Abdelaziz Bouteflika, Algeria’s Longest-Serving President, Dies at 84

NPR News Now

00:18 sec | Last week

Abdelaziz Bouteflika, Algeria’s Longest-Serving President, Dies at 84

"Beginning a three day mourning period over the death of former president abdelaziz buddha florida. He was eighty four years. Old bouteflika's twenty year long rule was riddled with corruption. But he's being honored for his role in algeria's war for independence from france. I'm

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Rep. Chip Roy Shares About Challenges Obtaining Ivermectin

Mark Levin

01:32 min | Last week

Rep. Chip Roy Shares About Challenges Obtaining Ivermectin

"Air they, you know, we were able to get a prescription for dramatic. And and she was able to get it and go to the pharmacy near where we live in Texas, not far from dripping springs outside of Austin, and she sat there listening to him and the pharmacist behind the counter was arguing with the other pharmacist saying, Well, we can't fill this. What is this for? And then they interrogated my wife about what's this for this for Covid? My wife, France was. Does it matter? I have a prescription from a doctor and I want to get elected. And so ultimately they filled the prescription. But this is happening all over the country. The pharmacists are blocking the doctors. It's amazing, and they're and they're like this is all part of this overall campaign that is both purposeful by some and his stare ical by others, and it's the ones that are hysterical that are buying into the hype by the authoritarians in the tyrants in Washington. And beyond Washington, the academic set you know the smart blue check Twitter idiots on both sides of the aisle who know what's best for all of us, By the way, mark and tell us how to live our lives when we can go choose what's best for our family. Do you think I want anything to befall harm? To my 10 year old or 12 year old son, My 10 year old daughter. Hell, no right. I'm going to look out for them and what's best for them. I'm going to make decisions for them, but I can tell you what he forced vaccinations. To a 12 year old boy when there's myocardial research when we know by the way when family members have had the virus, we know that natural immunity is stronger, and Israel produces the studies, and we know that as a matter of scientific fact now

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France Recalls Ambassadors to US, Australia Over Sub Deal

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

France Recalls Ambassadors to US, Australia Over Sub Deal

"France is recalling its ambassador to the U. S. a sign of the widening rift that's developed over Indo Pacific security it's being described as a crisis in relations between the two long time allies the French foreign minister says never before has France recalled its U. S. ambassador but says it's justified by the seriousness of Australia pulling out of a conventional submarine deal with France and switching to U. S. nuclear power technology the Biden administration's been in contact with France hoping the three countries can resolve the dispute spurred by the announcement of the US UK and Australia security pact for the Indo Pacific Jackie Quinn Washington

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Inside the US-Australia Submarine Deal

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:22 min | Last week

Inside the US-Australia Submarine Deal

"The dutch prime minister mark rutta will reportedly offer his uk counterpart. Boris johnson a defense and security cooperation. Deal with the eu. When the leaders meet in downing street later today it follows yesterday's announcement that the uk. The united states and australia had agreed their own defense. Pack called aucas. the deal has angered many. You states with france calling australia's decision to scrap a huge submarine. Deal in favor of eight nuclear powered subs deal with the us establish back. Let's get the latest now from paul rogers international security advisor at open democracy. Paul some very harsh words from paris. Today tell us what happened here. I on the australian deal and why the french are feeling blindsided by it over the australian deal. The australians essentially decided to replace their existing collins class submarines richard come to the end of their useful life with new pout submarines rather than diesel-powered submarines. The previous decision was to gain with france which has quite a good recorder producing diesel-powered submarines. It can actually produce a new pout. Submarines for self. I don't think he's ever exported them considered it. But anyway australia's decided they need to new capelle. Submarines had this deal with the french for the best essentially for the Diesel-powered ones they basically dish that and gone in with the united states with britain as well although the suspicion is that as far as the building of the new submarines consent bush will be done as an australian yard in adelaide. That will be done. Under american supervision with the british relatively small this is partly because britain is producing own new class of astute hunting submarines as well as its missile submarines an in both cases. It has pretty serious problems with developing the reactors rolls royce history. Having great difficulty in getting things right the to another words in america wants a more reliable. So that's the basis of it. The the fringe obviously are pretty furious of this because what was a pretty big contract with a lot of money in. It was basically dish in favor of a basic and anglo american agreement. So that's the background this at beyond that. Of course you have all the issues in the eu and the whole question of how one handles a rapidly growing china which does have increasing military capabilities.

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Australia Joins Pact With Britain and the United States Against China

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:51 min | Last week

Australia Joins Pact With Britain and the United States Against China

"A new security partnership announced this week is going to have big consequences. August's and alliance between america britain and australia. His squarely aimed at one region because the future of our nations. Indeed the world depends on a free and open it up. Pacific the deal will cover diplomatic and security cooperation but most significant is the defense end of the pact including australia obtaining its first nuclear powered submarines momentous decision for any nation to acquire this formidable capability but australia is one of our oldest friends kindred nation for australia the agreement goes far beyond existing groupings with america such as the five is security block or the new quad tie up with india and japan. We must now and to a partnership that seeks to engage not to exclude. They contribute not type and to an idol. How not to control. Choas is another sign of america's shift away from european concerns and towards the pacific and a growing international alignment against that region's biggest. Worry when the leaders announced this new pact. None of the mentioned china but everyone knows this is all about china. The alliance reflects a shed fair from all three countries about the consequences of china's rising power in asia. Shot joshi is the economists defense editor. Australia is set to become just the seventh country in the world to operate a nuclear power submarine after america britain china france india and russia. But this has gone down incredibly badly with european allies particularly with franz who is completely blindsided by the pact.

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"new france" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

07:34 min | Last month

"new france" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

"But unlike philippi who announced knows ignorance of his own rosy retrospection never let him properly process that decision where he's in. Paris keeps lipsticks ordinary. Static about going back to his hometown. And he wants to go back doesn't enjoy perez and then when he goes back he's not happy it's like this is not at all night in it are rosy retrospection mean that we spend the present constantly wishing we go back to what it was like in the past but in the rare cases where those wishes come. True as they did for who've anna. We usually find that those past situations aren't as good as rosalie remembered to steal. Eloquent words of garcia marquez. We become easy victims to the charitable deceptions of culture. But the fact that are nostalgic tendencies are so easily deceived. Also makes us easy marks for people who might want to exploit your past. Human minds are so prone to rosy retrospection that. It's really simple to feed us good story about what things were like back in the day some imagined utopia that was better then than it is now which is why so many political movements are keen to convince us that everything in life would be peachy if we could just return to the good old days that was the whole trump campaign ride make america great again and again clear indication that it was put before on the we should strive to do something. Like past. Philippi saw justice pattern in his own countries rightwing propaganda mid attempts to end decades of political violence. I left columbia very unhappy with the political situation. Some of the most horrible acts ever committed by government. I think in columbia happen during that time but what is the baser pricing to me. Is that you know. Many of the people that voted against the peace process had an extraordinarily distorted view of how the past was so they were hoping to go back to a kind of life that never occurred in columbia. Never this situation again in which no sasha is a very bad motivator and that's because the science shows that we don't just experience nostalgia for a past that we actually experienced our memories are so biased that we sometimes experienced nostalgia for a past that never even occurred for one. We only imagine happening ugali. Holy moly. I would be so much better off if i was in that. Imagine situation that. I never leave. I never experienced. But i am very capable of Relating relative to this state. That i am nin right now. It is does the worst possible way glenn about making decisions. So how can we protect ourselves from the various parts of stall. Joe how can we get the benefits of our rosie passed without all those biased memories hurting our current decisions philippi things one path forward is to pay attention to why we're turning to passed in the first place. What do memories tell us. We're missing in the present. You might think that what you want is to go back to high school but really what is going to satisfy. The sire is to get new france. But there's also a second way to avoid the problems of nostalgia. The funny thing is that it seems kinda country too. Because what i think we should do is to improve our memory of the past. We need historians really helping us the spelled the delusions that style create. i think universities should hire historians. I think podcasters should interview historians the best way to minimize the distortion of nostalgia to actually improve our memory as i heard more fully bay strategies for preventing the problems of rosy retrospection. I realized i needed to talk to someone who had special insight into how to use our fond memories productively not a historian or scholar but someone whose entire career could have been defined by the past. But wasn't my eighties idle roblo. Listen i love the eighties as much as the next guy but when people come up to me the thing that most proud of an all my career is that i never know what they're going to want to talk about. I i love that. I'm not anchored to anyone era or anyone. Tv show or to anyone movie the eighties merely a fantastic chapter that a lot of people like including me unlike many stars from the eighties rap managed not to get stuck there despite the fact that rob is himself very nostalgic in the fact that he is for me at least absolute epitome of eighties nostalgia. He's seamlessly managed to move beyond that decade. Nearly all of rob's biggest successes in movies and tv is an author and now even in podcasting with his new show literally with roblo. They've all come. Since the eighties for self proclaimed lover of nostalgia rob hasn't let his rosy retrospection affect his presence success or his current happiness. One of my greatest fears was always being a one hit wonder for decades in. I still wake up one hit wonder. So what's rob secret. We'll even though he's not a psychologist. Rob seems to have an intuitive sense. That our memories are more fallible than we realize is unique cultural see in the eighties has made him all too aware that we sometimes celebrate parts of the past that were at the time kind of sucky so in the eighties. Everybody's shit all over the music. It seems shocking now. Like when did journeys can't stop believing become the national anthem. Because i remember the eighties. People laughed at journey that thought they were cheesy. Hack rock band now. That's every college. Campus frat party raise your beer. Start crying dancing song. It's the end of the sopranos. If you told me in one thousand nine hundred eighty four that that was the song i would have said no way while. It's easy for all of us to miss. Remember the past. That's a luxury that people who've lived in the public. I don't always have rob's problems with substance addiction and sex scandals are common knowledge. And that means that. Rob has had to be honest with himself about the harmful actions. He engaged as young man. It's made him penitent. And more clear eyed about the past rob's also got an a newfound perspective on the challenges of teenage life as a father to his own boys. Matthew and john robb's kids never became huge teen movie stars like their dad watching matthew and john grow up with more run-of-the-mill adolescent milestones. His made rog realized. Just how odd his own experience was. My son is eighteen okay. So now he's world-famous that kid right there. Eighteen world vince and it just takes my breath way. Wouldn't wish that on an eighteen year old kid. He's never home. He's on the road is making tons of money and it's like i can't believe it happened to me but rob's biggest insight comes from something we talk about a law on this podcast to be fully happy. We need to get out of the past long enough to make the most of the present moment when you think about happiness. Do you think it's more about looking back looking forward a combination of both lake. How do you think about it in your own life. It's not looking forward and not looking back although we've been talking about nostalgia which does make me happy. Obviously really happy. True happiness is is being present in this moment. And.

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"new france" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:48 min | 2 months ago

"new france" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"You tend to vote the same way you become who you hang around with and i'm not talking about who you're affiliated with who you know who even that. You like our meyer. I'm talking about who your crew is your closest five that you do life with you're gonna be so much like them so you better select them carefully and when one of them rolls out right. This will happen again. Your friends start having kids. Now you'll realize one of them's a cub scout dead and one of them's a little league. Mom and it you mourned again. And they're not bad they're evil you mourn it and then you have different seasons of your go back in every relationship whether it's friendships marriage. They all start an end with risk and for you. Business people out there. This is absolutely vital. You have to have people dave you have to. I mean you guys that are running. If you're running a business that has fifteen team members and you're you're only hanging out with people who work a job. This is a mistake. He'd be hanging out with people who have businesses that run twenty and twenty five team members are fifty team members. Because you're going to become who you hang around with the your thought patterns your speech patterns your sleep patterns everything you cannot keep. The studies have shown that your income over the next ten years will be within fifteen percent of the average of your ten closest friends. And some of your going. I'm broke it. Means you mean means from new france. I didn't know about that research so while we're here. Hey did come over tonight no john. I don't wanna bring average down. Wait you walk your hand man. You can only do that with your good friends. let's get you gotta have fringe fringe. You gotta have friends. Friendships go through seasons more than they're not bad. Don't go to war with them. But you have to be intentional. Risking and finding new remember people my age and sixty years old still hanging out with all the people. The hung out with high school is exactly zero except uncle. Rico rico. that's right. This is the ramsey show. It's an entree leadership theme our. I'm dave ramsey your host. If you're a business owner nothing about this past year has been predictable or easy..

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"new france" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

04:22 min | 2 months ago

"new france" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Ultimately died more than thousand bodies of indigenous children have been found in unmarked graves outside these former residential schools in several parts of canada since may residential schools they housed indigenous children who were forcibly taken from the hames they were funded by the canadian government in the nineteenth and twentieth century and they were run by religious organizations they were created to force the assimilation of indigenous children. An estimated six thousand died in these schools often because of the squalid conditions and physical and sexual abuse was said to be rife or his feet now to the president of the native women's association of canada lorraine whitman She's gonna talk to us about the aftermath of these discoveries and also the fight for justice for the many missing a murdered indigenous women across the country. Hi lorraine good morning. how are you very well. Thank you thank you for joining us. Also with this is crystal fraser. Assistant professor in the history of classics department from the university of alberta hits tells about history of those residential schools and of course the impact it had on the indigenous communities in canada and crystal up again by speaking to you because you are a historian but equally your mother and your grandmother attended one of these residential school. So people who aren't really aware of what happened in them. Just explain a bit about what they were why they were setup how they worked on green z. Good morning scraped to be care yet. Indian residential schools have actually been around in canada's since sixteen twenty when an early christian order started them in new france and with canadian confederation in eighteen sixty seven. We see a state driven program of what they call the simulation to quote unquote. Kill the indian in a child's and we now know that system To be genocide and what it was was under the indian act of eighteen seventy six which was a body of course of legislation that managed the lives of indigenous peoples which is actually still legislation today. you know allowed for the creation of of indian residential schools for the institutionalization of indigenous children In in eighteen ninety four it became law. Attendance was mandatory and so if indigence parents wanted to keep their children away they could be subject to fines fines or imprisonments but as you mentioned At these indian residential schools they were often overcrowded. There was poor nutrition and even a state run experiments on the bodies of indigenous.

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"new france" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

07:24 min | 10 months ago

"new france" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

"And not being happy about myself. And try to overcompensate and achieve because of my sexuality so yeah and also With my ex. I wouldn't be here if he didn't cheat on me. You know. I wouldn't have that power or that energy to do a podcast. Because i i never had to go through something that really changed me that made me grow. So those are the things i am very thankful for. That happened maybe maybe something that hurt me so much but i grew up from it and we all do so. Let's talk about the benefits of practicing gratitude. Okay so i got to do open. The door opens the door to more relationships. Not only does saying thank you constitute good manners but showing appreciation can help you win new france so when you say thank you to people when you kind you appreciate what people provide you you build as report this relationship with them that you acknowledged them york nassir presence so the more you're grateful for the people around you the more that they would feel that you are genuine when you pay connections with them. These are genuine things and if you wanna make friends in here really just want to connect to people gratitude soaring showing gratitude helps a lot in building that rapport so be grateful for the people that support you. I am grateful for my podcast listeners. I'm grateful for the people who see my joranian see. Oh that was great. I'm grateful that people who watched my stories. Who enjoys my roller skating videos. I add grateful for all those. And i've i've sent them. I was filled with so much appreciation the past few days and wanted to connect with them all the diamond. I appreciate every little message every little response and reply lately do for me and it just makes me feel good. It fills me up more so the more that i'd give it the one that i also feel good. If that's what you know this this reminds me of a book called. You can never run out of love. It's my favorite story book. That i tell it to my kids as a preschool teacher and there was. There's a line in that book. Is that when ever you give some. You'll always have more so love and gratitude is almost the same thing that when you give it more you feel more fulfilled so also gratitude improves. Physical health grateful people experienced fewer aches and pains and they report feeling healthier than the other people. I guess because this is part of your mental health you know. Health and overall gratitude improves physical health. Because you don't really take into your heart the things that you don't wanna keep anymore. Because the more they keep these emotions more that each tried to hold onto. Anger is incredulous. And all that you you physically because sometimes mental pain translates do physical pain. I've felt that if you have been heartbroken. This does translate to physical pain. It may not be as serious as other pain but this pain feels heavy. This pain feels really just motivating this pain makes you feel like you just wanna lay down in bed. It just hurts and you can't pinpoint what hurts for you. So that's how it works on. The side of improving physical health dude also improves psychological health. So you know gratitude trice and gets to reduce a multitude of toxic and motions ranging for nvr center frustration and regret. So this also brings as to that idea of psychological. Health allows us to have this clear mind and hap here perspective of a lot of things. It does reduce that toxic emotion of envy resentment and tried to compare yourself to others because you are thankful for what you have your thankful for the opportunities that arise for you and without you you lesson. That idea of you're not good enough with that psychological house when you're grateful things when you're grateful for the things that you do literally wins that you have other things that come your way you see more of it you see more of the beauty that is read is in front of you and cup. Half full rather than half empty kurds. If you're a grateful in the tried to write down in a notebook you might see that these things that you experience you have little winslow things you should be thankful for. Our little steps are little pieces in blocks to your dream to that whole picture in that whole wallpaper and painting that you've been trying to make as a masterpiece for your life and also it enhances. Empathy reduces aggression grateful. People are more likely to behave in a pro social manner even others behave less kind. You will have this clarity guard also. Brings that kind of clarity that you are. You are secure whether you are. You are happy with where you are. You're grateful you're thankful for standing on your own two feet and finding that ground where you're happy inner peace there and it enhances your empathy makes you feel for people who who does you wrong. Who who really just doesn't see or who seems to be lost and you're just staring you wanna feel for them you feel for them. You want to help them out. But you act an more compassionate understanding that maybe these people are going through something so if you practice this you gain this level of empathy that you would need to feel what is happening in the universe and if you feel that you would also how lucky we are most of the time that we get what we want whenever we wanted and it just produces this idea that while we should help the world to be kinder to each other. You know people around you. Grateful people sleep better so writing journal journal journal improves sleep. So writing gratitude journal improves sleep. The research tells us that people who write it down and that they're thankful for all the things they tend to sleep happier. They tend to sleep in peace. And i would like to see that. Because i try to do that. Each and every day I write it down. I write down two things. That i'm proud of. And i write down the things that i'm not proud of today and most of the time i feel really really good that i actually notice the good things that happened today and i feel good so it really just helps me sleep. I honestly feel like this works very very much for me. Because as a person i i'd like to see the good things i'd like to see the good. I know that there is a bad or you know. I know that there's that tipping scale of bad things happening to a lot of people but with this kind of being with this kind of practice. I still get to see the bad things that i do. I still get to see the worst qualities. Things that you know the things that are not in my control but at least i get to think the things that happened to me and know that they're also not in my control but it happened for me so you know there. There are things that we could be grateful for each and every day. Gotta tude improves self. Esteem. a twenty eighteen study published in the journal of applied sport..

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"new france" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"new france" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"It's time for some six impossible episodes. If you are new to the show a couple of times a year, we do an episode that looks at six different stories that for whatever reason we can't really do is a stand alone show. A lot of the time. It's because there's not enough information to fill out a whole show or because they're six stories that have some similar themes in common. Back in 2016 We did an episode called Six Impossible Episodes. Deja Vu Edition, and that was on topics that were so similar to things we had already covered, that if we had done a whole episode, it would've sounded almost like a rerun just with different names and dates to swap those out the exact same story. And today we're doing something a little bit similar to that. Several times over the past few years. We've done an episode about something that happened in the United States, and then afterward we'd gotten lots of notes from listeners about the same thing happening in Canada. Although the first story that we're going to get into you is actually the reverse of that. Also, I do want to know that these are mostly not happy stories. Apparently mostly people tell us that also happened to Canada about really appalling incidents in history. So we saved the most heroic one for last. So starting out on July 21st 2014 we published a podcast or the King's daughters. And this was an effort by France's King Louis, the 14th to send eligible young women to New France. In the 16 hundreds. Francis Focus in Northern North America had been on the fur trade not on establishing permanent settlements with families. And as a consequence. By 16 63 there were six French men for every French woman in what is now Canada. So the monarchy recruited French women and paid for their transport to North America in an effort to try to balance things out. A very similar scenario also played out in French, Louisiana. First authorities had expected that French men would go to Louisiana and Mary native women, and then they also expected that these brides would assimilate into French colonial society. That is not how it worked out, though it turned out that the women in question had their own opinions on this subject, which was to do essentially the opposite. By the late 17th century, French officials were actively discouraging colonists for marrying native women to try to preserve the Frenchness and the whiteness of the colony. But then that meant that they needed more French women because there weren't enough to marry these men. The first group to arrive by order of King Louis. The 14th came aboard a ship called the Pelican and are nicknamed the Pelican Girls. As a consequence, the ship arrived a Dolphin island in what's now Mobile county, Alabama. In 17 0 for its passengers included 23 French women and two families sent after repeated requests by Governor Jean Baptiste Limo in the Via and other colonial officials. The chancellor of France wrote to the governor about these women and this is what the letter said. Quote. Each of these girls was raised in virtue and piety and knows howto work, which will render them useful in the colony by showing the Indian girls what they could do for this there being no point in sending other than a virtue known and without reproach. His Majesty interested the bishop of Quebec to certify them in order that they not be suspected of des Boche. You will take care to establish them the best that you can and to marry them. Two men capable of having them subsist. With some degree of comfort, although most of these women got married very quickly. Beyond that, this first effort did not go well. Recruiters had described Louisiana as an amazing and wealthy paradise, which was Not even remotely true. The women arrived during a persistent and severe food shortage. Diseases were rampant in the terrain. If you've ever been to Louisiana, you know this was swampy. And the French colonists faced ongoing and justified threats from the region's enslaved and indigenous populations. Conditions were so bad and so different from what they had been promised that in 17 06 a lot of these women launched a protest trying to get passage out of the colony and back to France. This uprising was given the disparaging nickname the Petticoat Insurrection. Today. This protest is folded into the lore about the origins of Creole cuisine. Supposedly everything was resolved when the governor's housekeeper, Madam Lengua taught the women how to cook with local ingredients and spices. Because that would solve all the problems shrug. But it is not clear whether lengua ever existed. And this story really minimizes indigenous and African contributions to Creole cuisine. But it is clear that this protest was about a lot more than cooking ingredients, even in an accounts written by like the male leaders of the time. We're like they're just unhappy because they don't like to eat corn. And that was not. That was like one tiny piece of this whole situation. Regardless, though, word got back to France about what this Louisiana colony was really like, and soon women were no longer willing to go there. Unsurprisingly, so authorities started recruiting women from orphanages, hospitals and prisons, and especially when it came to women who had been convicted of a crime. These migrations were forced. They were not voluntary as that first ship load had been And even for the ones that were technically voluntary. The women in question a lot of the time did not have many other options. Either way. Many of these women died on the way to Louisiana and the ones who survived often. We're not all that eager to marry a colonist and start keeping house for him. France ended the formal migration program in 17 20 but the most famous group of women arrived in New Orleans early the following year. These are the ones most commonly known as the casket girls. These were 88 women recruited from a hospital in Paris that wasn't just a medical facility but was also housing for both orphans and prisoners. Although 19.

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"new france" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"new france" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Tracy Wilson. I'm Holli crying. It's time for some six impossible episodes. If you are new to the show a couple of times a year, we do an episode that looks at six different stories that for whatever reason we can't really do is a stand alone show a lot of the time. It's because there's not enough information to fill out a whole show or because they're six stories that have some similar themes in common. Back in 2016 We did an episode called Six Impossible Episodes. Deja Vu Edition, and that was on topics that were so similar to things we had already covered, that if we had done a whole episode, it would've sounded almost like a rerun, just with different names and dates just swap those out the exact same story. And today we're doing something a little bit similar to that. Several times over the past few years. We've done an episode about something that happened in the United States, and then afterward we'd gotten lots of notes from listeners about the same thing happening in Canada, although the first story that we're going to get into is actually the reverse of that. Also, I do want to know that these are mostly not happy stories. Apparently mostly people tell us that also happened to Canada about really appalling incidents in history, So we saved the most heroic one for last. So starting out on July 21st 2014 we published a podcast on the squad or the King's daughters. And this was an effort by France's King Louis, the 14th to send eligible young women to New France. In the 16 hundreds. Francis Focus in Northern North America had been on the fur trade not on establishing permanent settlements with families. And as a consequence. By 16 63 there were six French men for every French woman in what is now Canada. So the monarchy recruited French women and paid for their transport to North America in an effort to try to balance things out. Very similar scenario also played out in French, Louisiana. First authorities had expected that French men would go to Louisiana and Mary native women, and then they also expected that these brides would assimilate into French colonial society. That is not how it worked out, though it turned out that the women in question had their own opinions on this subject, which was to do essentially the opposite. By the late 17th century, French officials were actively discouraging colonists for marrying native women to try to preserve the Frenchness and the whiteness of the colony. But then that meant that they needed more French women because there weren't enough to marry these men. The first group to arrive by order of King Louis. The 14th came aboard a ship called the Pelican and are nicknamed the Pelican Girls. As a consequence, the ship arrived a Dolphin island in what's now Mobile county, Alabama. In 17 0 for its passengers included 23 French women and two families sent after repeated requests by Governor Jean Baptiste Limo in the V, A and other colonial officials. The chancellor of France wrote to the governor about these women and this is what the letter said. Quote. Each of these girls was raised in virtue and piety and knows howto work, which will render them useful in the colony by showing the Indian girls what they could do for this there being no point in sending other than a virtue known and without reproach. His Majesty interested the bishop of Quebec to certify them in order that they not be suspected of des Boche. You will take care to establish them the best that you can and to marry them. Two men capable of having them subsist. With some degree of comfort, although most of these women got married very quickly. Beyond that, this first effort did not go well. Recruiters had described Louisiana as an amazing and wealthy paradise, which was Not even remotely true. The women arrived during a persistent and severe food shortage. Diseases were rampant and the terrain if you've ever been to Louisiana, you know this was swampy and the French colonists faced ongoing and justified threats from the region's enslaved and indigenous populations. Conditions were so bad and so different from what they had been promised that in 17 06 a lot of these women launched a protest trying to get passage out of the colony and back to France. This uprising was given the disparaging nickname the Petticoat Insurrection. Today. This protest is folded into the lore about the origins of Creole cuisine. Supposedly everything was resolved when the governor's housekeeper, Madam Lengua taught the women how to cook with local ingredients and spices. Because that would solve all the problems shrug. But it is not clear whether lengua ever existed. And this story really minimizes indigenous and African contributions to Creole cuisine. But it is clear that this protest was about a lot more than cooking ingredients, even in an accounts written by like the male leaders of the time. We're like they're just unhappy because they don't like to eat corn. And that was not. That was like one tiny piece of this whole situation. Regardless, though, word got back to France about what this Louisiana colony was really like, and soon women were no longer willing to go there. Unsurprisingly, so authorities started recruiting women from orphanages, hospitals and prisons, and especially when it came to women who had been convicted of a crime. These migrations were forced. They were not voluntary as that first shipload had been And even for the ones that were technically voluntary. The women in question a lot of the time did not have many other options. Either way. Many of these women died on the way to Louisiana and the ones who survived often. We're not all that eager to marry a colonist and start keeping house for him. France ended the formal migration program in 17 20 but the most famous group of women arrived in New Orleans early the following year. These are the ones most commonly known as the casket girls. These were 88 women recruited from a hospital in Paris that wasn't just a medical facility but was also housing for both orphans and prisoners. Although 19 of these women married quickly and 31 Mary, later on the rest, either refused to marry or returned to France. The name casket was reportedly from the boxes that these women were using to carry their belongings. As they travelled. You'll see articles online that variously.

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"new france" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

TT Filmpodcast

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"new france" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

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"new france" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"new france" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The am vision here is to take back city. It is led by an Admiral named Saunders who has it. As vice Admiral us, a famous background, but he is leading an enormous fleet into the ice filled waters of the Saint Lawrence river they launch from what we today. Call the Maritimes at that time. It was Halifax they launch into the spring of seventeen fifty nine. What about Saunders qualified him for this job of taking Quebec, Peter? Well, he is a veteran out of Admiral he sailed around the world. He's the George C Marshall the Royal Navy at the time. That is a very quiet very professional guy who can get things done. He's accompanied by the very important wolf, general Wolfe, what's striking about wolf at. This point is why he's chosen he has a successful career leading nine thousand soldiers now said to be nine thousand isn't quite that many. When he gets it. He has a successful career, but not overwhelming success successes on the battlefield the way, you would presume, however, he has familiarity if not six success with amphibious operations was this new to the Royal Navy and army a combined operations like the battle of Quebec. But role navy had. Date. Roll navy had gotten involved in operations before. But in the seven years war was when it became a truly professional operation. They have specialized equipment, specialized boats, and recognized experts and wolf is one of these experts. He has served one expedition to the coast of France it went very badly. And he wrote a critique of how to succeed in the fifties operations. Dan, he is attached to the British army besieging Louis work in. Fifty eight. And there he plays. The role of dashing young officer who is in the forefront of every action plays a major role in the siege. This. He's re rewarded the command of the expedition orders awarded for I'm sorry this. He's rewarded exhibition to Quebec. This expedition now requires us to spend some time with geography for those who are not familiar with the Saint Lawrence river who have never been to the beautiful city of Quebec it is. It is a a freak of nature it sits on a prominent Tory over the river it commit it's the heights of Quebec, and you to get there you have to sail the Saint Lawrence for hundreds of miles through what this time the spring of seventeen fifty nine was very heavy is in fact, they had ice watch as late as April and may to get to Quebec City once you get to Quebec. However, that's just the beginning of the challenge because the French have arranged a fortress with hundreds of cannons and mortars and howitzers a huge garrison. In addition they've recruited Canadian citizens for militia, and they have a Royal. Are. They have the French regiments. Regulars at Quebec waiting for the British to arrive. Peter we have to spend time with the two commanders because it's their personalities that will become a critical to the success or failure on September thirteenth. It is now springtime June July of seventeen fifty nine commanding. All of new France is a fifty nine year olds veteran governor general his name is vote draw. What do we need to know about him? What were his capabilities how what was the opinion of him? Well, ROY it's the governor general of new France that makes him commander in chief. And he is.

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"new france" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"new france" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The John Batchelor show. The date is March twenty nine seventeen fifty nine and a young American colonist Ashley Bowen born in Marblehead, Massachusetts is recruited suddenly to be a midshipman on HMS Pembroke. Why suddenly are are there? Recruiters moving through the American colonies that is the story told by D, Peter McLeod. This is the story of the battle of Quebec took place in several months of the summer of seventeen fifty nine the book is northern Armageddon. The battle of the plains of Abraham and the making of an American revolution. This one battle determines the direction of North America for the next two hundred and forty years. This is an original turning point not only for what is today Canada. But also for all of North America candidate, this time was dominated by French speakers and. The American colonies were recruited to participate in the conquest of Quebec City, which was the heart. The turning point the power of new France, Peter a very good evening to you the recruiting of Ashley Bowen, why did his majesty's navy and also the army eventually why did they believe that it was necessary to recruit Americans was this politics or were they out of manpower? Good evening to you. Good evening necessity. Wedding a war you need soldiers, sailors. They were fighting award North America. At a time. Are filled with pretty subjects. So actually, they turned to them. There are tens of thousands of American soldiers serving after vegetables alongside British regulars, but they also recruit American sailors served in the Royal.

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"new france" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"new france" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

"And speaker and a leading voice for parenting advice in south africa she and her husband louis had three children and they've recently moved to the us yeah tennessee and we mentioned that last time welcome thank the tennessee and we love our friends there obviously must have been a little bit of culture shock though loving it we community people on warm and sensual we have a lot of new france where and we'd like everything fried quick right everything i like that heady we do welcome you back last time we talked about these characteristics and it's brilliant what you've done i mean to put these in the context of trees and it really helps apparent better understand who they are and who their children are wired to be and probably the nugget i pulled out of the program last time is this idea that we have conflict with our children and much of it is going to be rooted in this communication style issue the parent being built a certain way by god and then the child to be maybe sometimes opposite of that and so you have conflict when conflict doesn't need to exist really you just need to understand each other better and for the parent the adult in the room to really work that understanding so that they could help shape their children and help develop their character is that a good summary lately because of from that my question is apparent as so if i know this is my child and these are my child's needs how many of those needs should i note and wind should i shape because the world out there is not going to say give me your tree type and they will do everything in a way that makes you happy so it's that fine line between shaping them to be able to work in a world with anybody people were not like them into don't accommodate their needs but also to make sure that in my house they know they're loved and welcomed and that i teach in a way that works at i disciple their heart and then i help them on the roof that god has for them all going to honor god in different ways we just read about those gifts and there's activities that are going to be different with each child but it's that all have in them if seed to be god honoring people bring him glocer it's important to know right from the outset whatever your lumber is if you pardon the pun i love the gun god is in this i mean that's the the brilliance of it that god is present and it's all about being rooted in his character and developing in his character so that you can be a formidable tool in his hands while we walked this earth and that's what you're getting at so let's get to it last time we talked about the palm tree which i resonate with it's kind of a fun loving person who wants to go to the party and and interact with people you get a lot of energy usually shows up in children as you described yesterday as that energetic talkative child which i was and you know that that child had just has a real insatiable desire to know things and they're just bugging you sometimes on the go and and we went to put them in the box in me when it get them into routine and it's not really working and actually basting basement it's going to be into something their heart making sure that follow the right moral in appoint there's good friends good role models and by by keeping in mind they purpose because this design star that they can influence people so that they can draw people into the kingdom so that they can commun gate ideas about god and as long as we know cheering that the most important job i could see these being the evangelists these are the ones that are getting engage with culture totally they'll go to the party they don't care and they'll talk to people about the lord and that's a wonderful way to look at it then you talked about the rosebush your self proclaimed rosebush that's i strive parenting style but that's what what's the rosebush feisty forwardlooking fast winning stuff to get down yesterday oh in the words we are a bit sharp to the point yes i mean this is the child who who tells you you are not being fair this is what you did yesterday hero you'll mistakes you really should be more this'll be more of that than they're.

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"new france" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"new france" Discussed on Ideas

"Slave ads work precisely what they sound like their ads place play slave owners when in slave person would wanna away and you find these ads anywhere across the americas were slave existed in print impresses existed which tells you what that enslaved people resisting everywhere quebec gazette twenty ninth of january seventeen seventy eight ran away from the printing office in quebec on sunday night the twenty fifth a negro lad named joe born in africa about twenty years of age about five feet and a half high full round faith a little mocked with the smallpox speaks english and french tolerably he had on when he went away and new green for cap a blue suit of clothes a pair of grey stockings and canadian moccasins opus hit by full wound from harboring or aiding him to escape as they may depend on being prosecuted to the utmost rigour of the law and whoever will give information where he is hobbit all bring him back shall have eight dollars reward from the printer joe was enslaved by the publisher of the quebec gazette william brown and joe worked on the presses he would have seen the socalled future divides but that didn't stop him from trying to escape repeatedly and each time he was recaptured he was jailed whipped and then slaved again in reading just studying the fugitive slave ads in the different types of archival documents around them like ledgers letters etcetera becomes clear to me that the average enslave person would have suffered from what we call today mental health issues they they could not it was impossible that they not suffer from that just in terms of the indiscriminate nature violence and the fact that you're always under surveillance like you even if there you're not always being watched the whole slave system is set up to make you think you're always being watched if you get me so for instance in the fugitive slave ads sometimes they just don't say oh you know joe ran away on saturday december fifth for instance they'll say he ran away between eight and nine in the morning how do you know that's women guy escape unless you're watching him all the time breath rush forth enslaved people in new france and montreal quebec city and other french settlements they were deprived of food they slept on pallets on the floor there are cases where they were assigned to eat rancid leftovers rather than the actual food that was reserved for the family so there were aspects of it that were very violent but there was a great deal more of independent movement that was allowed partly because much of the slavery new france was urban and so to do the tasks that they had to do many of them had to move around without a great deal of sort of minute two minutes valence by their master so they might sell vegetables at the market they might load a canoe from warehouse these various kind of tasks and at the moment of doing that they would sort of be on their own but what i found in the court documents is that enslaved people were being watched by new france colonists they were being surveilled by each other there was sort of this shared awareness of who's slave that was and what they were doing and when something went wrong people came out of the woodwork and said oh well i saw them doing exercise saw them doing why and they knew exactly to whom they belonged and so there was a a surveillance system that was informal but it was highly effective because it was very rare for an enslaved person in montreal or other places in new france to be able to get away from the system to run to be able to do a lot of things out of the view of their neighbors as for joe after six recorded attempts of his escape the record say nothing more ads only record the quote unquote successful escapes meaning you had to escape for certain amount of time the owner had to know it and the owner had to want to place the ad so if they catch you too soon or if they give up on catching you at all then there is no ad so with joe he could escape ten times but there's doc tation of six times but joe joe's atlas him as as africanborn so how does he end up in quebec city the ships could not make it from africa to canada so we know then that joe i would have been initially at least in slave in place in the southern parts.

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"new france" Discussed on In Our Time

In Our Time

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"new france" Discussed on In Our Time

"Monta skewer amongst others but importantly him arts to this and you distinction you don't just distinguish the different numerical constituents of will you must also do distinguish the functional types of rule on the say that the different functions of branches of government and which already mentioned these this is a legislative power executive power and judicial power so these must be as a war conceptually distinguished and then in order to understand how a healthy state might work is important to look at how they interact and how one to come back to the phrase again how one checks the other now this is sometimes called the doctrine as the separation of powers is important to recognize that from what they're not actually entirely separate thus to say in again the english case for instance the house floor has judi from roll it did then it does now the veto role of the monarchy in the eighteenth century relationship to the house of commons and lords also involved therefore and the executive power of the monarch in legislation so it's not a clear cut distinction but don't worry richard want more we've left out religion which nobody living in france at the time montecito could could ignore them on the most seven minutes we was religion with the slaughter the protestants are now we are and what did he think about the place of religion in the end the new france or the reform funds that he was trying to promote can i say one thing i'm sorry because it's really important he married a protestant.

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"new france" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"new france" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Talk about her beautiful wedding and fill many things her like we were saying earlier about this was off podcast off what do they call it off record author saying that like she was probably going through time in her life where because she was divorced i didn't even know that i didn't know that either until after the wedding and i was doing instagram school yeah start to find out all these things about these but yeah she was divorced at one point in her life which i'm sure wasn't an incredibly comfortable no moment i mean i don't want to pretend that i know her these notions with her she can also join us for breakfast yep no problem and burnett our tribe i know drake says no new friends but new france they're making michael but no i mean you can only imagine that that time in her life would have been challenging with anybody i think who's an actor and actress the number of knows that they get before they get that big break in their life that has got to take a toll on your confidence and there's gotta be moments of darkness there and and she survived and i mean not only did she surp she's now royalty she's a royalty side note the next time you're feeling anxiety yes a member you you could be royalty in a few years hang tight on that just put that's so true just like i think people always just want to give up if they're feeling depression or anxiety or anything of those uncomfortable feelings people just think like it's the end they're they're never going to come back from this and you start talking yourself like we're saying one of our girlfriends she's really good at knowing that things will pass where a lot of us are like nope this is it i'm.

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"new france" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"new france" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"Got got it it got got it it got got it it they feel like they're involved yeah i like it i'm glad they are and since we've been spent so many hours together but what the hell is taking you so long because i mean well you're faster absolutely i fall in love maybe it's just that you've got a better detector for friend bullshit or not you're like yeah this is something that's i'm willing to invest in versus something that i'm not because the study was also asthma studies are conducted with college age students yeah who were just moved to a new town so i think that being younger and your desire to make friends you know because land and has tried to like you know here you there couple of gals at the club way do really love and really like hanging out with but you know he'll like wants me to make new friends and it'd be like we can go out to dinner with them of a gap no new france yeah right that drake rules over here yeah if i make a new friend i got to get rid of one and you're my only friend me nobody better remind taking my spy well i read a story an article in the new york times about why best friend you know how there's a lot of signs about how having friends and so good for your health yeah totally it was exploring why that is the case and why friendship reduces inflammation in the body and why that might be and then it was well it was talking about how friends and i mean anecdotally we could all be like oh yeah that makes sense you typically find people that are almost exactly like you.

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"new france" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"new france" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"The reason we actually wanted to get at is because let down cathedral is one of the oldest and most beautiful baroque cathedral you will ever see in your life it is spectacular but you know what for that three 75 they brought it up and watch so now they have a multi media audiovisual presentation that you can watch it's gonna hold aura was brought to life by it's called moment factory in moment factory is in huge multimedia international firm actually one of their biggest installations that they ever did was at the second off of media in of course in in personal in it yeah so it's really exciting because it's very modern and yet they laid up the church like nothing endeavour seen before and it just makes it it's beautiful and people are still going to be able to see that in two thousand eighteen and beyond they're going to be reestablished okay yes i'm pretty sure that they invested something like four five million dollars into this so the city of montreal definitely has to get its money off and it will because that's the thing with the city bunch l we're very big on sending a lot of money and then ended up having to pay for it by taxpayers for years and years which is what happened speed with you expose with no with the olympic stadium we wanted to see olympic stadium so okay so warren old venture all and you're gonna see notre dame cathedral you're going to go down two plus it i khania embodies the museum into archaeolgical museum but it's really nice because it really talks about when new france was established great and then you have all the waterfront down there really great you can pretty much walk into any little restaurant in there and you can have a great experience going to feel like you're in old world europe right there okay so that's good we're going to combat we're in a circle around and we're going to combat.

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"new france" Discussed on Lore

Lore

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"new france" Discussed on Lore

"She went down the table hand by hand describing in great detail the past at each person she touched every time she paused to examine a new one the cat on her shoulder with lien in toward her head some thought it was licking her ear but others swore he was whispering things to her finally she came to haunt but before she could speak he shook his head see what you can tell me about my future he told her i care not for the past the woman nodded and then took out a small metal boll and a vile of thick silvery liquid almost like mercury then she poured the liquid into the ball took on one hand again began to speak your future is strange she told him you will soon go on a dangerous journey and found a great city someday that city will be home to more people than all of new france right now antwun nodded with pride and approval and asked her to go on which she did reluctantly your future is also dark she continued its cloudy and your star is difficult to see your policies will caused trouble and bring about your ruin the city you found will become home to war and bloodshed the english will try to take it away and then one day many years from now it will finally prosper under a flag we've never seen before and then she uttered one final warning your name will be forgotten even in the very city you founded but no this you can change it all your future is still yours to decide just remember not to offend the one thing with the power to bring it all crashing down.

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"new france" Discussed on CodePen Radio

CodePen Radio

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"new france" Discussed on CodePen Radio

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