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A Lesson in Tenacity, Agility, & Grit with "Fresh" from Richfresh
"Patrick henry also known as fresh here on dose of leadership. Welcome to show my friend. Thank you for having me man at such a pleasure to be here. I'm very intrigued about your story. Always love good. Hustle grit entrepreneurial story. But i'm really curious about your mindset. Because i think your mindset can teach us a lot talked a lot of people on the show and if there's anything that comes out or they always say what did you learn from doing this for eight years and it's always about the to nasty right is less about. The talent talents kind of a given is the tenacity that kind of separates people. What do you what do you think when you hear that. I used to spend them very similar. said The talent also will succeed with hustle without talent succeeds beyond talent without hustled. I used to hear that. So it's like the examples of people that weren't necessarily the most talented in the world. The thing that they did but they hustle and they were everywhere with their thing and you saw them succeeding. You know i mean. I live in an era of soldier. Boy is eligible is not the most talented rapper. He was really the one that solidified for me. Like wait to say soldier boy can make all this. Money is not the the most talented rapper. however he made he was everywhere. he hustled. Like no one else you know. So even though he didn't necessarily have the talent that a drake has he was everywhere and he still got the check. Mec- products that may not necessarily be the most revolutionary product. But the way they kitchen may have a product is better all the time complaining man. They sold that on my products. Even better you know man. If only i if only you you think that your product being better or your singing voice being better or you being prettier to yourself you think that's the thing that's not the thing that's what your mom and dad gave in other thing is what do you do with that. How do you move with what you have. And if you hustle. You likely are not going to succeed. So yeah i've heard a lot brought up
Dennis Prager Worried by Trump's Ban From Social Media
"Hi, everybody. Welcome to the Dennis Prager show. It's already Friday. Find that amazing As Victor Davis Hanson writes today. In an increasingly unfree America. This is a frightening time and I don't get frightened easily as you know. Much more frightened by the end of freedom that I am by covert virus. Actually take seriously the Patrick Henry line. Give me liberty or give me death. When you don't have freedom on the biggest freedom is freedom of speech. You are biological creature. You are not a human If you can't say what you think. For fear of retribution. You become. A man eating and drinking and relieving. Being but you you have lost. That which truly makes you human, the ability to express yourself. I visited Communist countries. That's what I was struck by the Relegation of human beings into this Basically biological status. They woke up. They went to work. They didn't get paid based on excellence. Just, um, equality. They went home. They were monitored for speech at all times. The streets were very quiet. Just there's really not much to say to anybody in a totalitarian state. I was struck by that by the number of people in the street in Moscow. Let's say And the lack of banter. Certainly the lack of smiles. Because you're not. You're not human. So it's one of the reasons. It's always been a problem in Russia the drinking problem, but it's one of the reasons that it was exacerbated. Terribly. The amount of alcohol consumed in the Soviet Union. Because there's nothing else to do. This is what the left does whenever it takes power. It ends freedom.
"patrick henry" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Patrick Henry. And providential. Don't you think that none of those three were there? Yeah. Jefferson had Odd ideas he wanted at about this time. He's recommending to Madison that every law in every contract should sunset every 34 years because the earth belongs to the living. That's quote and you should start over. Uh, Madison, right? Sandbag. Madison was very good for Thomas Jefferson and vice versa, and Madison writes him back and says, Well, that's brilliant argument and true in every respect, except it is, in fact, the purpose of laws and especially constitutions to prejudice the actions of the next generation, and this one on, Jefferson writes pregnancies. All right on down Jefferson and Adams were abroad. A massive goring and there and Adams was just a cranky guy. At times he would have, he would have stormed out too often. Well, he helped to write the Massachusetts Constitution, and that's a thing of very high quality. So I actually regret his loss. But they did pretty well. Patrick Henry, you do not regret his absence. I do not know he Opposed the Constitution. And, you know, people of very high quality opposed the ratification of the Constitution. So in Virginia, the very great George Mason opposed George Washington. And suffered the fate that such people do and the very great although I think wrong about this and some other things, Patrick Henry opposed both Washington and Madison in Virginia, reminded of Jefferson's letter to Madison about that opposition. We shall just have to pray that he die. I'll.
"patrick henry" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Forgive me, Professor. I interrupted you. But the Patrick Henry confrontation with the royal governor of Virginia, Please continue. Yes s O Lord Dunmore is completely outnumbered in terms of military forces. What does he do? On November 7 17 75. The issues a proclamation Promising freedom. To all slaves in Virginia who are willing to desert their masters and fight on the side of the British, many of them not a huge number of them, but many of them. Do that there is shortly there after a battle. In which these Ah, British, uh, forces, including now the escaped slaves who have not been trained at all militarily, The British forces lose their battle. Not to the Virginia Patriot militia. They're too interesting. Important consequences of this one is a low done. Mark really does understand that he is not gonna have the forces. Uh, sufficient. To put down this rebellion. The other is that, ironically and maybe tragically if there was a single event in Virginia That caused wealthy Virginia plantation owners to decide to run the risk. Of Endorsing independence. It was the fight for their freedom. To continue to own their slave. It's a deep irony. The other one, of course, is Thief threat, the racist threat that the wild Indians the savages will be loosed on the frontier. Those both of those instances show up in the Thomas Jefferson drafted the Declaration of Independence the following year. Professor January The King's speech arrives in America. They all now know the coldness and they're hardy is that they've gone too far. The king means to punish them. Ah, ah, Washington's army. Drives or gauge leaves Massachusetts Washington's army is in the field in the spring of 76 but I want to get to the riding the Declaration of Independence. The delegates are now returning to Philadelphia. Thomas Jefferson returns. I believe inmate late May and early June, the delegates move to vote on independency Att. This point were they determined Teo to go into the field. Where there any voices for a still for reconciliation or what John Dickinson calls Prudence or had they been driven from the hall? Oh, there were still many voices for I'm not sure how optimistic the voices were, but they were still Arguing for delay at least on June 7th, 17 76 Richard Henry Lee of Virginia formally introduces a resolution For independence at that point Possibly no more than seven and 13 colonies were prepared to vote in favor of independence, so they put off Debate. On the question of independence. Until July 1st, so independence is formally before the Congress on June 7th, and the way it will work on the table until July 1st, the way it will work in their proposal, eyes that nine of the 13 colonies must vote and in the colonies, the delegates from the colonies. Must they have a majority within the delegation to vote for independence that that's that's correct. Beyond this again is a case where each colony is a separate entity. Has only one vote, so a majority of the delegation will determine how the colony will vote and George's arrived for the first time it had not attended the first continental Congress. Other colonies have sent and withdrawn and then mixed their delegation. Now the moment that it did not get much noticed at the time if I read you correctly, Professor, which is the Thomas Jefferson Benjamin Franklin, a Roger Sherman. Mr. Livingston I is his first name Robert Robert Living in New York. Robert Livingston and John Adams are the committee to draft the Declaration of Independence, but it seems to have all come to Mr Jefferson. How did How did Adams get cut out? Well, Yeah, John, it really depends on whose version of events you want to rely on. Well, they were both presidents. On June 11 17 76 Congress appointed the committee whose members you I just named now by the rules of the Congress. The person receiving. Ah, that committee was elected by the Congress. And the person receiving the largest number of votes with Thomas Jefferson and by the rules of the congress. That meant that Thomas Jefferson was chair of the committee. Which presumably would also mean that Jefferson would be the person in charge of deciding who draft the first draft of the declaration probably would do it. Himself, although that was not exactly John Adams. Ah, accountant Think Jefferson at this point has taken smaller rooms, just two rooms, and he's not brought all of his servants because I think it costs too much to stable is horses. He's a very careful man. His mother died over the winter. Perhaps he's thinking of his estates, and he sits down and what you described is a swivel Windsor chair at a writing desk. By himself, the 11th and 12th which I think is thie. Ah, Wednesday and Thursday the Ah Wednesday and Thursday of that week. Maybe it's the 12th and the 13th of June to write the Declaration of Independence. You say that he was an economical rider. Did he write it straight out? Um, I think he did. We don't know. Uh, for sure. Jefferson himself said that he did not We rely on a large number of, you know, books or sources to do it, although we also know that he had a lot in his brain of books and treatises deity that he had read. We certainly know that John Locke, second treatise on government. Was was one of those which turns right up in the declaration of Independence. He just just left yet. He just lifts it out. He knows that they know he's lifting it out. It's like a Hollywood quote. Everybody recognizes it. That's right. I go along with that I also go along with the fact that he's got an elegant pen. I love the idea of John Adams sitting. I imagine him the room's air at seventh and market, which the professor says is at the edge of Philadelphia. There's a stable across the street there Fields but somehow, Professor I picture John Adams late at night across the field, looking at the little window with a with a sour look on his face. It could have been me. You know, Close Adam's account of you know who is going to draft it was Jefferson said. Oh, Mr Adams. You do it in Adam's has no, Mr Jefferson. You do it, They go back and forth. Adam's finally, you know, persuades Jefferson to to write it. Jefferson's account is very different today. I was Gerald the committee. I wrote it. I cross the street, its seventh and market in Philadelphia. And it's It's actually, uh, not only Ah, busy and traffic e part of town. It's not even a very attractive part of of town. But But the house in which Jefferson wrote, the declaration has been preserved alongside, you know, discount clothing stores, etcetera, etcetera. But in in July of in June and July of 76 it was out in the country. It literally was on the edge of the city. The rest of the committee. They do get the draft that he turns out. He's not ready for a fair copy, and they look at it and they're and you had the professor's reproduced in Type. What changes we know happened? There's there's Franklin's hand. There's Adams. There's Jefferson's to Sherman from Roger Sherman, 55 years old Connecticut and Robert Livingston. Do they participate in the draft making They do again. We don't know precisely how much I think we have a good sense that Between June 11th really June 12th and June 28th when the draft of that committee was formally presented to Congress. That there was a lot of back and forth among the five committee members on I suspect that Adams and Franklin in particular..
"patrick henry" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Yellow as it even Jellico gets older they thank god if I die so you know I don't I don't care if I spend more time with my kids and grandkids Hey if you understand how stupid this is this is the crap your kids are taught college it was a very important tweet as I wrote at the end of my column you should see the column it's up at town hall to put my website on this issue I I wrote at the end you know Patrick Henry made this most famous principle of American life give me liberty or give me death I the entire left finds Patrick Henry's comment either unfathomable they cannot understand why anyone would say that or they think it's stupid me give me liberty or give me death no no no no no no no no no no no way I don't want to die so I don't need liberty that's that's what the lockdown is I don't need liberty I want to live but you live you live anyway you you were you were led astray by gigantic distortions from the scientific community because of modeling this is this whole thing is it is it is is so terrible the unnecessary the question is that this country has been pushed into the hundreds of millions on the brink of starvation in this world because of the the Harvard types yeah that's right you want to play William Buckley there William Buckley's famous statement it's never been more appropriate than with this statement from the Harvard professor I.
"patrick henry" Discussed on WTOP
"Four ninety five three ninety five in the beltway is supposed to be along the right we actually did find in camera blocking the right lane V. does with it is the best things to run north I. ninety five and three ninety five from Stafford to the Potomac route seventy east RD coned off right lane the Patrick Henry drive toward media streets you're doing traffic control for folks who are heading to the Copa nineteen testing at Bailey's elementary school Maryland reports of any problems beltway wise to seventy ninety five bottom washer park we good the bridge no problems to report George Avenue crash reported south down south Dennis Avenue near August Dr Massachusetts Avenue still closed both ways between gold hill road in Santa Rosa local traffic only is the clear the earlier fallen trees and downed power lines Destry southwest Washington on M. street at third street the caliber condominium one of the building one of the units caught fire it sounds twenty five rescue response still there you'll maybe find brief delays both ways on Ann street property meanwhile on the measure else southbound green and yellow lines there was an earlier disabled train is Shaw Howard University station the worst single checking their knowledge longer are but do expect to find residual delays we brought you by Fairfax county government struggled with setting of telework for your employees there are incentives and technical assistance available for Fairfax county employers visit their breaks Kenny dot gov and search employer services under comment on a YouTube traffic we've got lots of cloud cover today and we will continue to see some clouds throughout the remainder of the day as temperatures climb into the upper sixties and lower seventies now we will have maybe a sprinkle rolling by we could have a few showers.
An Introduction to the Life of Samuel Davies
"On this episode. I'm on location in Virginia and we're here to talk about the missionary or possible to Virginia's he was known Samuel Davies. Samuel Davies was born on November the third seventeen twenty three three as a young man. He was educated at Blair's log college. This is Samuel Blair. This is in Chester County Pennsylvania Blair's log college. It was modeled after the original log college of the tenants over in the shamanic Pennsylvania that of course became Princeton University but this is Blair's log college. When he was finished with his education he was ordained as a minister in seventeen forty seven at the age of twenty four and the presbytery sent him to Hanover County Virginia George Whitfield had gone through Hanover county in seventeen forty five and so are they sent along Samuel Davies to help some of those seeds that had been sown grow. The ten years that Samuel Davies was there from seventeen seventeen forty-seven through the end of seventeen fifty seven those years are known as the years of the Hanover revivals was during that time that Davies I started seven churches and he pastored those seven churches he taught many not only of the whites here in Virginia but also African Americans some slaves freed African Americans he taught Indians he wanted to establish a college log college like he had been trained at but he just wasn't able to all of those seven churches so we had a college on wheels he would carry along in his wagon books and he would just give out books to various students young men who showed promise in the church to be trained as he would go from church to church well in seventeen. I'm fifty three for two years. He took a hiatus from his ministry here in Virginia and joined Gilbert tenant to go to England on a fundraising tour for for the College of New Jersey which would come to be called Princeton. It was a very successful fundraising tour and they were able to raise enough money to build Nassau Hall aw there on the campus of Princeton and when it was built it was the largest building an all of the American colonies and Samuel Davies helped raise the money seventeen fifty nine year before the death of Jonathan Edwards as president of Princeton the trustees of Princeton invite Samuel Davies to come and be the president. He arrives sometime in the fall of seventeen fifty nine. He serves there for about eighteen months and he dies in seventeen eighteen sixty one of consumption as we look at Samuel Davies Life. We can see five things that marked his life. I was his oratory. Sorry he was quite a speaker. Patrick Henry would come in here. Samuel Davies preaches often as he could because he was just so impressed by his rhetorical skill skill and how he could just hold an audience and how he could be so persuasive with the spoken word. Secondly is religious liberty. This was an Anglican colony. He was a dissenter he was illegal here in Virginia and he constantly had to petition for his presence in for or these churches that he had planted to be established he would argue in the capital at Williamsburg based on the sixteen eighty nine act of tolerate that there should be religious freedom here in the colonies. Thomas Jefferson used his arguments to later argue for religious liberty. He was committed education should not only training students here as he pastored these churches but also as president of Princeton. He was a poet he wrote many poems. He wrote a hymn who who is a pardoning. God like the or who has grace so rich and free and finally he was a preacher he preached for the conversion and the salvation of men well that is Samuel Davies the apostle to Virginia born on November third seventeen twenty three died died on February four seventeen sixty one and I'm Steve Nichols. Thanks for listening to
Virginia, Charlottesville And Two Years discussed on The Von Haessler Doctrine
"This month marks two years since the deadly unite the right rally in Charlottesville Virginia this was a governor of Virginia at the time he told a state of emergency is those protests got out of hand he's out with a new book called beyond Charlottesville but she reflects on that day and the response from president trump a long conversation with him this week which will air on next week's show this week we talked about president trump's behavior his most recent attacks in Baltimore and Elijah Cummings when this all happened in the two years since then where do you think things have gone when you look at now with congressman Elijah Cummings in and the city of Baltimore rat infested we had you know criticisms of of the four democratic women in Congress nothing is out now saying it is that it is race but where do we stand when it comes to race two years well it is Russian people as well time is the present a racist and full disclosure I've known him for twenty years yes he's a racist because you can't say and do the things that he does I mean his coming out party was Charlottesville I mean that was you know this is a defining moment in our country in who we are as a nation I mean we're mosaic tile of immigrants which makes a strong and he just he came out and showed us who he was that day he was a supporter of in white nationalism and he continues to say that he about the squad telling them to go home we don't three of the four were born here in this great country I think he wants the nation of white nationalists it is sad for our nation put politics aside we're stronger when we're together the thing with the allies you Cummings you know you know I think the guy you like slip signed faxing news in apparent that morning they'd had a story about well the more and you know he's such a simpleton he watches says he's mad Elijah because he's going after his daughter of aka and you know always mad because you going after the CBA custom border patrol he sees this on facts and he tweets away it is scary for the country it's sad for the country that's why we're gonna beat him coming out but is bad is Charlottesville was I was very sure one of the good things actually came out of it is it ripped the scab off of racism I think for far too long in our country we believe that we had dealt with racism and everything was okay you know people have their reconciliation commission that's a waste of time to me that's a bunch of white people sit around talking make themselves feel good we have been in a quick inequities in school today is governor I work hard in Richmond to Norfolk in Petersburg Virginia we have been for your schools inferior facilities we don't have the same quality teachers and all of our schools and this racism so my point in the book in the last chapter I work with John Lewis who does forward for me and where do we go from here but until we deal the inequities in school and housing and healthcare delivery and a horribly racist criminal justice system races this year it is going to be prevalent and I think we need to face as a country what do you think it's taken us so long to have these conversations about race I mean when you look how long ago the civil war was it and then you look at you know Jim crow following that but still you know since it's been a hundred hundred fifty years why is it taking us so long to have these discussions good question and I go back to point I think people feel comfortable people don't like to discuss race I think until trump in the words racism you hadn't heard it has some high H. calling people racist I'm obviously we dealt with the horrible situation that we had in this country during massive resistance in the Jim crow laws but since their point I think people wanted to be comfortable they didn't want to have these conversations honestly is I saved Charlotte's feel ripped that scab off and people realized it's here it's prevalent now for me in in the last chapter of the book where do we go from here I just don't like to you'll you'll find the book fascinating known how we lead up to it and what I did with the state police and my National Guard and all the different stuff but I think you'll find it fascinating listen we'll horrible history in Virginia we were the capital of the confederacy we had one of the worst slave trading facilities in the United States of America we still have three hundred and fifty eight monuments in Virginia you know we have a handfuls of the revolutionary war started in Virginia member in Saint John's church give me the money give me death by Patrick Henry it ended in Virginia the battle Yorktown we have a couple statues we've a couple to World War one the war to end all wars we've a couple to World War two three hundred nearly sixty statues to the civil war you know in many of them sharing this is a second part many of them they weren't put up after the civil war they were done during mass resistance this is a direction not if the African American community to say no we are supreme we are white and in some has to be
"patrick henry" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The difference. So they have to flavors here. We have Thomas Jefferson's declaration of cookie dough urge assaulted milk chocolate ice cream with chunks of chocolate. Chip cookie. This is the lighter one in your poll pet. They also have chocolate white chocolate. Chip cookie dough she's. Yeah. We'll try that one. I yeah. Which one is the dark one the dark one is Patrick Henry give me chocolate or give me death dark chocolate ice cream with chunks of chocolate fudge chip, brownie chocolate, which. It's really good. Wait. Wait. Unreal. Unreal. Fry the by the way, these are listeners of ours. And you know, they they just decided you know, what I want to start. I want to go into business for myself. I'm going to make ice cream and I wanted he's a big history buff, right? Huge history buff. Yeah, it's great. And it's a family owned thing. Try the Patrick Henry. Hey, Patrick Henry's. Give me chocolate or give me death, which is not the right quote, by the way. I don't know if they know that. Historian. I will tell you. I will tell you this. If he had that chocolate. It would have been the right quote. He would have been like, I don't care oppress meal, you want give me that damn chocolate or. I will say like I like chocolate is, but I'm not usually a fan of the chocolate on top of chocolate and double chocolate ice creams like that is really good. Usually that is way too much chocolate. It becomes because it becomes like a parlor trick. It's like how much can you jam into this thing? Right. This is actually a good taste. That is really good notice. It is almost black ice cream. It's like black. Yeah. It is. It was very dark and it is delicious blue by by. I think is the best best ice cream in the country. Would you agree with that? It's the best medicine. I missed you. Yeah. Yeah. This is this is fantastic. I mean, it is like it's over the top. I mean, it's really good. We have they have to start selling this online. I know they're starting to just go to Brooker founding flavors on Instagram and just follow their page because they're going to start selling this nationwide. On dry ice. Yeah. Miracle of of overnight deliveries. I gotta do this. That's incredible. Is that the best ice cream Yvette? It is by far. I mean, I've had a lot of people say, oh, no, that's the best ice cream. I've ever had the only time I've ever felt that way was that lived up to the expectations was blue bell. And this is better and this is much better. Yeah. Did you know that sixteen of the eighteen democratic candidates want to outlaw ice cream people? Don't know that no one's telling them. No one's telling them that. The one thing that would doom them all. TV's? What what was amazed at that? Like when they talk about the environment stuff there. What we need to cut back trinity. What what what should we do? Should. We change a coal plant to you know, a solar plant. No, let's get rid of people's big screen TV's. They waste too much energy policies that well, it's not one of their policies. Just one of these. Is it environmentalist target? They do that. Nice cars. They're not your nice big houses your air conditioning. They go after the things that make your life. Good. When none of us. Look, we would we would be pissed off about paying more. But the electricity comes from any different types of nuclear solar wind, you know, when it gets to your house, if it gets to your house, it's electric city, and you use it the same way taking away people's creature comforts, I think is similar.
"patrick henry" Discussed on KGO 810
"To coast. We're back with astrologer Linda Sherman, Linda when you predicted the attack on America in two thousand one what was it that you saw. What was the planetary alignment what what happened then it was fit? Pluto Saturn opposition right on what we call the ascendant descended axis of United States. We hadn't seen anything close to that since Pearl Harbor show. I predicted in my newsletters in that year that somewhere between I sit timber of two thousand and one three June of two thousand and two that I saw I felt that this would be some kind of a big terrorist attacks because as a backdrop with Osama bin Laden, and so are predicted that in that time that I didn't predict the exact date of September eleventh. I had a place between August. Two thousand and one and June of two thousand and two now we had several other terrorist attacks during that time. If you recall they had this powder that was in everybody's mailboxes and anthrax. Yeah. The anthrax. I mean, never a bunch of things that went on during that time that fit that paradigm. But I felt it was going to be an attack on us. And it's interesting that no one was paying attention to the signal. Gary Hart who had been put in charge of terrorist investigation by the previous Clinton administration was appearing on TV shows and saying that all of our indicators cell phone. Things were intercepted. We're about to get attacked and no one listened to it. I remember seeing him on several shows he was frantic. And no one listened. And maybe they may. Maybe they knew they just didn't want to do anything about it. That's always a possibility. Because things have changed since that horrible tragedy. Yes. And it gave a certainly an excuse to go in and get into involved in the war on Iraq. What about the earthquake in Sioux NAMI that hit Fukushima? What did you see there because you predicted that I saw a set of circumstances with Pluto opposing certain significant planets in the chart of Japan. And and I also saw that there was urine s Neptune combinations at critical degrees happening all at the same time. So I predict it there was probably going to be a major earthquake and Hsu NAMI that would hit Japan. And in fact, I had predicted it on your show, and you called me happen. Absolutely. Yes. That will that will that was something. And when you do this. I mean, do you meditate what what do you do to get into this mode? Well, I again, look at planetary pictures and say, you know, when this type of thing happened before what happened and I look back into the past. And Secondly, I look at the chart the ass every nation has an astrological chart, in fact because nations are so old. And if changed government so many times, they sometimes have a multiple of astrological charts that I usually pick the latest one the most modern chart, and then I look and see what planets are going through there. And I think again that Japan is in trouble again between February and March of this year. All right. Let's go to the calls. I'm going to give you the date. I Linda to give me a jump start here. And then I'll love mentioned who they are. And where they're from. So we will start by going to. August eighth nineteen seventy seven August eighth nineteen seventy seven we're going to Caroline in Baltimore, Maryland. Welcome to the program. Hi, carolyn. George. I can't believe I'm on with you. And you are happy new year you too. We're old friends. Well, we sure are that's the show is you too. Okay. We've got her. Yes, you do. So do you want to ask you question or you're going to go right into it? Linda knows no, sir. I am handing it over to the pro. Okay. Now, what is your name again? Caroline Caroline with this birthdate. No wonder you're friends with George. Yard. You're a Leo with Gemini moon and Mars, and you're very and Jupiter. You're very outgoing. You're good at communications. And no matter. What field you're in? You have a good heart with Dina's in cancer family is important to you. But you're an interesting combination a very caring and loyal to family and friends and at the same time almost ruthlessly independent. Oh, lord. Yeah. Give me liberty or give me death. This Patrick Henry. Now, what is it that you would like to ask me at this point? Well, golly, I guess I'm just looking forward to two thousand nineteen and wondering what it might bring me, you know, it's general. Well, I'm optimistic for you. Because mercury which you have in Virgo very precise Saturn is training your mercury. And as a matter of fact, that's coming up this month. So and with the planet Jupiter in such terrace, which is going to be training. Your son January is very important. Some opportunities are coming up for you. There may be some improvements in in your job..
"patrick henry" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Nine zero seven thirty three thirty nine. Let's go back to print Kansas and talk to Frank Frank. Thank you for your patience. You're welcome. And thanks for hanging onto me. You bet. I'm talking about is back in Patrick Henry time, and the founding fathers time liberty to them. Matt. Rian some excess law rules regulations and taxes because they believe that their wages were their personal property or their product of their wages. Whether it was a blacksmith or a horse trader or whatever. So when there were their wealth was taxed that was taking away their liberty, President Trump when he came into office, he cut taxes you said now, you guys have the freedom to spend that money. How you want to not how we want to? So that's an example of how your liberty has been restricted or removed. By rules and regulations. What else did Trump say said, okay. For every regulation that we put on. I want to them gotten rid of actually it was twenty two. Twenty two. For every one new federal regulation. You had to get rid of twenty two. Okay. And that's rules and regulations and laws which restrict what we can do. And how we can do what we're doing most. Most of those were were prophet raising regulations. Anyway, really didn't have to. I mean, Patrick Henry, you know, he addressed the opposition in that speech speech. You're talking about that was that was at the Virginia conference. It was to convince the delegates to secede from Britain. To fight. Well, basically was asking them to fight back against them. He basically listed out all the hardships they had to face with Britain. And you know, give me liberty or give me death. It's based on his belief that the alternative defining is slavery, meaning British rule..
"patrick henry" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Thirty three thirty nine. Let's go back to Kansas and talked to Frank Frank. Thank you for your patience. You welcome. And thanks for hanging onto me. You bet. I was talking about back in Patrick Henry's time of the founding fathers time liberty to them. Rian law rules regulations and taxes because they believe that their wages were their personal property or their product. I'm their wages. Whether it was a blacksmith or a horse trader or whatever. So when there were their wealth was taxed that was taking away their liberty. President Trump when he came into office, he cut taxes. Now, you guys have the freedom to spend that money. How you want to not how we want to? So that's an example of how your liberty has been restricted or removed. By rules and regulations. What else did Trump say said, okay. For every regulation that we put on I want to of them gotten rid of actually it was twenty two. Twenty two. For everyone knew federal regulation. You had to get rid of twenty two. Okay. And that's rules regulations and laws which restrict what we can do. And how we can do what we're doing most. Most of those were were prophet raising regulations. Anyway, really didn't have to. I mean, Patrick Henry, you know, he addressed the opposition in that speech to speech, you're talking about that was that was at the Virginia conference. It was the convinced the delegates to secede from Britain. To fight will basically was asking them to fight back against them. He basically listed out all the hardships they had to face with Britain. And you know, give me liberty or give me death. It's based on his belief that the alternative defining is slavery, meaning British rule. Right. Or.
"patrick henry" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Ooh. It's not really about me knows about those guys blocking. For me to be able to have success. Maybe my job. Guy. So. No relatives on credit deserve. So those guys for mass exists. I the last year on ESPN radio and doing the right thing. And we'll hear from the college football wards a little bit sort of sounded like that. Derrick Henry familiar with that you read the script. You think everybody else? Patrick Henry was out there doing what we kind of expect Derrick Henry to do or have for most of his career, which is in my mind exceed expectations. Derrick Henry was a Heisman Trophy winner in Alabama. Derrick Henry was part of one of the college football teams in the country. And Derrick Henry was a guy that I did not think would have this kind of top end potential or success of the NFL level. Now prior to this. I think is career his previous season high this year had been around sixty yards or at least his average. He had not been a guy who had been like the rest of the titans team performing overly well on a consistent basis. But that being said, he's a guy that is definitely exceeded my expectations at the NFL level for being his eyes and still being able to make guys missed to be able to move laterally and change direction near line is scrimmage the way he did on plays like that ninety nine yard plays like that ninety nine yard run that got some of our friends and former colleagues like Darren rebel roasted by the titans Twitter account last night. I saw this rebel posted it on his Instagram where he said referee referencing that run. Please don't call that one of the best runs NFL history. If you call it anything call at one of the worst tackling jobs to which the Tennessee titans official team account responded in all caps. Shut up. Erred, hashtag tighten up. You get the idea. The titans are not here for your slander. And the titans are an interesting team. I remember there was a groundswell of support for the titans a few weeks ago this team that a lot of people thought under first year head coach Mike Gabel under first-year coordinator, Matt leflore who had been a part of previous stops with Kyle Shanahan in Atlanta. When things went well for that offense and in Los Angeles with Sean McVeigh with the offensive explosion for them. Visit been eighteen people thought okay, we can take seriously after back to back wins against the Cowboys. And the patriots only to be followed up by back to back losses, albeit on the road against fellow AC's AFC south compatriots the colts and the Texans now that Texans loss looking better. And better obviously with how the Texans have performed. But this is a team that kind of is emblematic of how difficult the NFL tends to be the judge. We can. In and week out. Marcus mariota authored one of the worst interceptions. You'll see all year last night. But he's also a guy who made enough plays for them to get this win, including what Derrick Henry did on the ground. Obviously stealing the show there. But this is still a team. Now as we look down the stretch of the season. We're already looking up at week fourteen which is insane. But it also means now that we're looking up at a playoff picture that starting around form and it seven and six ten of titans. Find themselves right in the mix for this. And this team that are ESPN NFL analysts in the hall of fame quarterback. Steve Young says it may be getting hot at the right time to me. Matt leflore came in from the Rams, and I love what. The titans have decided to do like to lean into the the rule changes for offense. And let's let's be more like ram link. Let's be more chief like, Marcus. Kind of a guy let's empower him which they've done. Now..
"patrick henry" Discussed on Z104
"Talking about eight eight here at the this morning's you Wednesday, November seven I'm Nick that's Ashley morning a concubine shaky allow before because this too. Dirty work. Dirty work stopped the bus update. This is huge. Yeah. Man. So we got all the locations and dates and all that ready to go. And so instead of me just telling you on the air, you trying to write it down, your car would not we made it very simple for you. Text the word bus be US December. I said one of four we start on black Friday. So we go that we get. And then I actually start sleep on the bus starting that Monday twenty six, but every city every location in the addresses and all that are on that link texts bus seventy seven one four please text too because we're at different locations that we've been for a long time, you you've done this so many years with us. Do you go I know on Thursday, they're going to be this place? But remember all we used to do a lot of toys R us as and they're closed now. So we had to find some new spots this year. So when you assume like, oh, I know it Wednesday there at Patrick Henry. No not this year. But we're close seem cities yet different locations. Okay. Text bus December one of four all right today. Sunny and seventy nothing wrong with that at where at sixty two right now in about twenty minutes, today's E Z did I ran aground release. It's a secret new album under a different name. We're still arguing over this, by the way. Even after hearing it you'll get to hear it coming up in about twenty also coming up this hour after if if we have time Brennan of time for Kaz dirty work always runs as long so the four things that hotel employees want you to know about ordering room service. These are coming from hotel employees who are going to tell you the truth till before we continue that though it is Wednesday time to.
"patrick henry" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Virginia house of burgess says meeting on march twenty third seventeen seventy five they heard a remarkable speech from a fiery orator and spellbinding order named patrick henry henry summarized the situation he said our petitions have been slighted are monstrous have produced additional violence and insult our supplication have been disregarded and we've been spurned with contempt from the foot of the throne there's no longer any room for hope if we wish to be free if we mean to preserve inviolate those inestimable privileges for which we have been so long contending we must fight i repeat it sir we must fight an appeal to arms under the god of hosts is all that is left to us they tell us that we are weak unable to cope with so formidable an adversary but when shall we be stronger will it be the next week or the next year will be when we are totally disarmed and when a british guards will be stationed in every house shall we gather strength by irresolution and inaction sir we are not weak if we make proper use of those means which the god of nature have placed in our power three millions of people armed and the holy cause of liberty and in such a country as that which we possess are invincible by any force which our enemy can send against us besides sir we shall not fight our battles alone there is a just god who presides over the destinies of nations and who will raise up friends to fight our battles for us the battle sarah's not to the strong alone it is to the vigilant the active the brave it is vain search to extend the matter gentlemen may cry peace peace but there is no peace the war is actually begun the next gail that sweeps from the north will bring to our ears the clash of resounding arms our brethren are already in the field why stand we hear idle what is it the gentleman wish what would they have is life so dear or peace so sweet as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery forbid it almighty god i know not what course others may take but as for me give me liberty or give me death at this patrick henry swung his arms wide the veins standing out in his neck like cords of iron observers said no one could forget his remarks they were written down years later by his biographer william wirt and just a month after those remarks americans were fighting at lexington and concord moving on to.
"patrick henry" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Virginia house of burgess meeting on march twenty third seventeen seventy five they heard a remarkable speech from a fiery orator and spellbinding order named patrick henry henry summarize the situation he said our petitions have been slighted are a monster says have produced additional violence and insult our supplication have been disregarded and we've been spurned with contempt from the foot of the throne there's no longer any room for hope if we wish to be free if we mean to preserve inviolate those inestimable privileges for which we have been so long contending we must fight i repeat it sir we must fight an appeal to arms into the god of hosts is all that is left to us they tell us that we are weak unable to cope with so formidable an adversary but when shall we be stronger will it be the next week or the next year will be when we are totally disarmed and what british guards will be stationed in every house shall we gather strength by irresolution and inaction sir we are not weak if we make a proper use of those means which the god of nature have placed in our power three millions of people armed and the holy cause of liberty and in such a country as that which we possess are invincible by any force which our enemy can send against us besides sir we shall not fight our battles alone there is a just god who presides over the destinies of nations and who will raise up friends to fight our battles for us the battle sarah's not to the strong alone it is to the vigilant the active the brave it is vain sir to extenuating the matter gentlemen may cry peace peace but there is no peace the war is actually begun the next gail that sweeps from the north will bring to our ears the clash of resounding arms our brethren are already in the field why stand we hear idle what is it the gentlemen wish what would they have is life so dear or peace so sweet as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery forbid it almighty god i know not what course others may take but as for me give me liberty or give me death at this patrick henry swung his arms wide the veins standing out in his neck like cords of iron observers said no one could forget his remarks they were written down years later by his biographer william work and just a month after those remarks americans were fighting at lexington and concord moving on to the inevitable perhaps independence.
"patrick henry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The bill called the supplemental nutrition program it's commonly known as food stamps and democrats didn't wanna vote for the bill because republicans were trying to put in these big strict requirements for people who received the benefit now democrats not voting for the bill left it so that republicans had a really narrow margin for getting something passed and this gives democrats more leverage down the line and colin peterson the top democrat on the agriculture committee knows it if they will listen to me i can deliver a lot of democrats for this bill they'll listen that's up to them ball's in their court so kelsey it sounds like the political dynamics here are really changing if the next version of the farm bill is going to have a lot of democratic input what are the political repercussions here so leaders could have pulled this bill but they didn't and that's because they wanted to embarrass the people who voted against it these thirty to upper twenties republicans who come from largely agriculture districts and they'd want leaders want them to have to go home and answer for their vote and they were really frustrated leaders are just mad i caught up with congressman patrick henry after the vote he's on the leadership team in charge of counting votes and getting people in line behind legislation he was clearly frustrated because leaders had already promised the freedom caucus that folk like already said here's what he said we had enough members that were willing to vote yes on the farm bill that had a commitment on when we vote on immigration but wanted to hijack the process to get a immigration vote before they actually fulfilled their pledge they made to their constituents in the form bill and leaders just don't have a lot of influence over these guys but rank and file republicans might be mad which further muddies an already tense leadership race where freedom caucus people would like to get one of their own into future leadership after a house speaker ryan leaves just briefly kelsey you've reported on how much is at stake for farmers the bill expires in september what are the chances of getting past.
"patrick henry" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"That was his that was his concern it wasn't just patrick henry's in georgia in virginia in north carolina and in south carolina those four slave states in every single one of them you had people like patrick henry who the largest slave owner in the state of virginia had the largest plantation state of virginia you had people like patrick henry who were concerned that that if yankees ever ever took the white house which didn't happen until like the eighteen teams or the eighteen twenties it was virginians mostly up until i point you know george washington thomas jefferson james madison it was all it was all slave owners but if a non slave owner ever became president he would call up the militia and he would he would free the slaves in order to do it because that is envisioned in article one section eight of the constitution patrick henry was right and so james madison in response to him and you can get you can read this in the in the record james madison said i think you're being paranoid i think you are overly concerned with i wrote this damn thing and that's not what we had in mind i'm a slave holder and patrick henry said nonetheless i object and so james madison change the language of the second amendment from from a free country to for a free state so that the individual states particularly virginia could continue to maintain their militias which they called slave patrols in virginia north carolina south carolina georgia so that they could maintain their slave patrols which mandated that every white man seventeen to forty nine years old had to show up once a month to look for slaves right and terrorize people they changed that language just for that purpose that's why the second amendment reads the way it does right now bill well kind nuance saw the nuance mad at our door is what is what i'm alluding to if if if if for free white men but now fully anybody women had no power then slaves had no power then people are caller had no power from the noaa today i mean they have every much the case is watching the video from the.
"patrick henry" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Forty getting her back on the show and sharing some of her ideas with us we already know we already know that she not only has the goods she's got to come across and she's gonna talk to in the second half the are we're gonna talk to her about about the difference between being persistence and persevering what's the difference in sales especially is there a difference between being persistent and and persevering there is a difference is significant and it's worth noting is worth noting the difference specially worth thinking about window b one and win the bb other and windy dr one back when when to crank up the other one little bit more perseverance and persistence to different things so bev covered dip dip captured is going to share some of those ideas when the on how to help us become more successful in selling that's coming up in the second half hour in the meantime a new frame patrick henry is gonna join us and we know he's got the goods but does he have come across well we're gonna find out right after this break patrick henry folks his new book is called plan commit win he's a he's an entrepreneur he's a technology expert he's he's raised a lot of money exempt other people raise a lot of money he wants to help you raise money and start your business in ninety days you think you can do that well we'll see about that and that's coming up right after the next break with our new friend patrick henry in the meantime i gotta take quick break i'm jim blasingame.
"patrick henry" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Is not the most exciting conversation i know but it's close to the show is want to share with you that my inner patrick henry really comes out when i have to just go through receipts and all this paperwork and does this go in this column where does this go can i write this off all the stuff is such crap and i know that we've gotten this tax cut and we're all supposed to be show incredibly happy and grateful even that our government is giving us back a little more of our stuff i'm somebody who because of the various gigs and side hustles that i've got going on ends up sending the government check around tax time and i think that's an experience that everybody should have because when you send the government to check it's a reminder that they are taking your money and i think one of the biggest scams going is automatic withholding and the notion that someone like me i the government money before tax day and i just also resent the notion that i am forced by law to engage with a system that is inherently unfair and flawed and subject to interpretation and for which there are criminal sanctions now if you if you pay your taxes which i do and all of you listening do as well you should never have to think oh gosh what am i going to do if i get an audit but anyone i know and everyone i know who's ever been through an audit is like is a painful experience and at the end of it you don't get a high five and a gold star and a good job it's just well i guess we're not going to take even more of your money or lock you up this time i would like to be tax radical my friends i wanna flat.
"patrick henry" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"They have to justify how do they do that will have to demonize the statues and the people on them and everything else there had a one sided you yeah you cannot give the full scope of the reasons of that war you cannot because people make people think we want them to lock yim who one issue which was actually a minor issue slavery who and that is there but it had nothing really if you listen to leak and all the way up there on in a tragedy we had dorothy lorenzo on here on who you know shown toy why rent that he explains it all the conversation from lincoln in all wiggs than dinner republicans which character of tariff that's all it could think of uh who in fact big glance to the south in in permanently slavery no problem with put will lock it in the constitution just pay your taxes that was the thing but now you have to distort the whole thing until men were more beteen twelve you know over the seizure pm king which wanted to keep our slave trade going all kinds of different things but it's hard to really phantom except the amirah even the american revolution uh when you stop and think about it and it was really well i i think it's our that one of patrick henry had right for tax evasion without representation is tyranny mmm that was true that was over tech combat the talk about the absolute bravery you had to have at that time to be able to just walk away from your family walkaway from your farm and say i probably never coming back because they all just stood there and shot at each other you knew that your chances are coming back because war was so idiotic because he they literally just stood there and just shot at each other and easy each role would fall and so you knew you weren't probably coming back how hard was that to walk out and and walk into a warlike into sign yourself up no matter what age you're i i just can't even imagine the bravery it took to do you have to believe in your cause yaacob leading something has more important than life your life right and the new.