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"peekskill" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Fork in the road where you can avoid that future the only difference is you take that off the table and you say either. We're going to sell the house. Take that equity cash flow rent cool. That's totally fine. I would not rent out your house. Because i think you guys have a lot of irons in the fire with all this school possibly starting family. You don't need to be landlords. Yeah let's not add complication to your situation. Let's keep it simple and you get the cash whether it's because you take a job you push it off whatever that looks like or you sell the house wherever you get the money from. You're gonna pay in cash. You're taking down off the table. Because that's how you got in this awesome position you're in and you're going to work hard to maintain it but i will tell you it's way easier way easier to maintain this position that you're in that is to get back here out of debt if you make the wrong choice and you decide to take out loans for that so whatever you do you're going to pay for it and cash whatever timeframe even if that pushes back your time frame a little bit you'll be setting those future kids up a whole lot better when you're starting a family debt free versus starting a family in debt great question though and i'm excited for you. I'm excited for this journey. All right. Let's go to tim in south bend indiana. Hey tom how are you. Thanks for taking my call sarah. What's your question I have a small business. It's an ice cream parlor and Like everybody else. Were so short staffed and i was looking for some advice because i don't understand kids today and We normally higher high school or college kids as a little. Bit heavy on College kids this year all world olympic school now and now i can't even hire anybody in the peekskill is pretty pretty decent You know. I just had a loss nine. Never been through anything like this a hard time finding people to work and you know uncle joe's money going to everybody. No i don't know if that's what it has to do with anything but I was hoping you could a way. Well first of all time. I want you to go ahead and give yourself a little bit of grace. You are running a business during a very difficult time k. So it didn't just happen in twenty twenty. It's still difficult everywhere you go. People are understaffed. and there's a variety of reasons that contribute to that. But here's what i want to encourage you. I want you to think of reasons. Not just one reason. Multiple reasons for people to work for you. That are more than money. What is it is it because you have such an awesome culture because you have fun friday where you go all have a social after hours because you maybe contribute to their college in some small way. That just feels like an awesome. Thank you.
"peekskill" Discussed on Wardrobe Crisis
"Way that just looked at the total picture and so social work. I love because it really analyzed as people at multiple levels it looks at the individual the family the group that community the society and the big culture that is the big circle around all of that. And then how do they all interact together and that the environment can be shaped in such a way to make people healthier and happier so interesting and and the person in the history of social work who really espoused. That view was chain atoms. And she's known more as a progressive and she was a pacifist and she was one of the founding members of the end double a. c. p. sheet was known more for her social welfare work but she decided along with her partner and over time. We've come to learn that you know. She was most likely a lesbian and had a companion throughout her life and figured out a way to live with that in an acceptable way and she also figured out how to run a household without being married to a man and this was all in the eight late eighteen. Hundreds and soci- was able to buy this house in chicago house whole house and she basically again. I'm kind of it. Just hit me as you're making me remember this history that what i'm doing in peekskill is what she did because she basically with her partner stood on the poor to the house and waited and it was a huge immigrant community. Lots of issues with poor factory conditions. You know the industrial revolution was at full height and she waited and waited and waited and finally one day. This woman came up to her. And said i see you're standing on your porch and you're not doing anything and handed her infant and said i have to work in the factory and my seven year old usually watches the incident but i want the year seven-year-olds to go to school. So watch my baby. Make yourself useful. And that was how hall house started a nursery and that is how she expanded everything that she did. So what are you waiting for. I don't know that's what i'm waiting pudding. I'm putting myself in peekskill cutting myself in places i'm asking questions and i'm kind of saying you know. Where can i be of use. But what. I loved about what she did also is that her house was life-giving because she.
How to Be Old With Accidental Icon's
"Lynn. Welcome to the crisis focused. I'm very happy that we're doing this enchanting about for a while yes. I'm really happy that we finally got the chance to do it. Do you want to begin just by telling us where you are because you in a new area. You've moved yes. I have on in a small city on the hudson river about an hour. North of new york city called peekskill. Last time we talked you living in new york city and i called you during the so worst potentially pot of the cova crisis or the most stressful beginning of that. Do you remember i do. We're having this conversation about sustainability really. Yes we were. And i think it was almost around the time of fashion revolution. Which actually was very transformative for me that year. Where was your apartment. It was on the upper east side close to east harlem. It was six hundred square feet and our only recourse for any kind of fresh air was a roof on the top of our building that you had to sign up for an only one person could be up there at a time. I do remember telling me that. The city felt like it was pulsing with sirens and it was like a kind of and like just. The covert thing was so frightening. When i went up on the route. That was really really what you heard. It was siren after siren after siren is lives just a couple of blocks from a major hospital and in a way it reminded me of after nine eleven the days immediately after where all you heard where
"peekskill" Discussed on A Cuppa Happy
"It and of course the famous naughty stack. I really had joined my chat. With the legend that is jo. Frost jarrett's lovely to chat with the how long every well were top from his croaky voice. Mary kay bring on the energy. Does it sound on the might be allergies. It's that time of the year if you have a kirke voice that's when you go right. I'm running into the studio and i'm going to do that little ballot that learn. It'll aussie voice gorgeous. Aren be number. I've a question to all she do. Sing t oh baby like you. Just you know saying Chains whilst yeah yeah i do i think yeah i'm trying to like you know chats the beijing bike pack them and do this stuff and i've got these little pods that code baby butts and they stick on your belly yes lay music through your belly. Yes gets so So you have a new series of supernanny that right supernanny. It's already come out already It will was in america on the lifetime network. I think people can watch on the app at the moment but to be honest with you. I'm a lot of the shows. End up being on a youtube and millions of people than just go back to watch the shows again. I mean is that we need to go back to. I've gone back to a few even the years. And i haven't even had a kid yet but i do go back just to check certain things that you've said because there's a lot of tips and jets how to have a factor a happy family life you know and those tips. Don't disappear there there so you can go back and check which is great especially if you have questions like i have billion took You know taking the complications out and may be showing that this can be simple situation but there are things like the not step or you know like there's little tips and the tricks. I suppose they. They work well on some kids. But the old i suppose so you have to. You have to go in and analyze the situation and go right. This isn't going to work this child. So how did you manage to get vats skill because not everyone can see that different has ninety ties with kids that they might have four kids and they go. Oh well i'll just try the same thing with all four of them. You seem to be able to write. He's not going to lie back because he's this way. Have you always been able to have that skill that peekskill. Yes but to answer. The first part of this question is this child development and demonic. You know you have to modify four different circumstance. Despite families based upon the history of that particular family so parents who have children with special needs certainly a modification around the diagnosis of the medical condition. Certainly if you are family. That fosters are dopson child. You know there is a history of perhaps trauma beforehand And again is a modification. But we live in a world. That's become so polarized that everybody just sees the north or the south pole and it's about greed in the gray area and understanding that a gray matter exists in that space is way with experience. You can judge which techniques you use for the type of child temperament personality in relation to that family members and workout. What works for them. Now you mentioned not step. It's one of the makes a year is just the techniques i use. I point it kind of stuck. Oh she does it as well. It's the stanford there although there are other techniques. Ah discipline You know you could use a privilege. Removal certainly. You could do like what i call it. A one strike and it's just you know children to the sides and just being them so you know it came mainstream and because of the nanny show the. I'm an find in a space where a child could contemplate about those actions. The the the the problem that i see nowadays with that is that families think that the multi step is an application to teach in a child a life skill so what they try to control the situation by the application off the not step in its correct because their rules there are boundaries and if their broker there's the consequence of not step but it's not the application to teach a child for example to sit at the table and to have lunch with the rest of the family. See the difference. Yeah yeah absolutely so so. The education is teaching these families that one. it's the life skills that are needed in order for them to be the best. They cancel their children. And then secondly making sure that it's the right application it's the right technique that supports what you're trying to achieve or resolve way. You'll challenged really training. The parents really putting them through Especially seizing hey. You're teaching the the audio not really the kids you're coaching. You'll coach the families but you also coach in teenagers too. Because you know with all of the yeah well you have you know you have teenagers. That don't show heard or validated. Or they may not have close relationships with family and they want to feel closer or they they know a preconceived idea and feel left out when when the cute one comes along In many circumstances if that's the case Blended families you know bringing them together so that there is more harmony with everybody on the same page and the thing is that people expect family members to get home and you want to create its techniques and Certainly give advice that allow everybody to have more compassion and empathy towards the situation. That may be a challenge. And that's why they falsely to come in but it's so so it's educated. You know what i'm doing is in these families and then helping them to really be the that bestself And feel good at united. Feel proud about what they do. Because i feel like every family's trying best not not. Everyone family wants to do the best that they can always long as family heads the best upbringing you the you know what given a lot of skills to be able to oto parents and so i think it's important that some of those families will take the great bits of how they were raised and sometimes being a little bit stuck on what to do beyond and that's where i can come in with my expertise to be able to help these families. I mean the last season of supernanny in the usa. That was a long focus on helping the relationships between the parents. You know and how that would help the children you know they were. That was kind of like a.
"peekskill" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Lows around 25 from the WTMJ breaking news center of Racine Mellberg. Joe Biden's election victory in Wisconsin is finalized, but President Trump still has legal options. The chair of the state's Elections commission and Jacobs is confirming Biden's win today with her signature on the determination of canvas results after the partial recount will know, scan this document and immediately deliver it to the Wisconsin Elections Commission. To be filed and recorded in its office gives President Trump five days to file lawsuit over the results. Americans returning for Thanksgiving break faced strict new coronavirus measures around the country today it's health officials brace for a disastrous worsening of the nationwide search because of holiday gatherings over the long weekend. CBS news correspondent Elise Preston reports from New York. The pandemic is intensifying with new vaccines on the verge of becoming available On Tuesday, the CDC will hold a hearing to drop recommendations for who the first doses should go to next week. The FDA will decide whether to approve visors vaccine. A decision on modernist vaccine is expected shortly after that. In Wisconsin, a high school student in Madison has died due to complications from covert 19. The Madison School district sent a letter to parents confirming the death A Madison East junior Azia, Morocco, Morocco, the school says Morocco died over Thanksgiving break. The high school has set up virtual meetings through Tuesday to provide support for grieving students and staff. Wisconsin's prison system is heading into the holiday season with more than 1300 positive cases since mid October. The total number of identified cases jump from just over 3000 more than 8300. As of Friday. Of those confirmed cases, more than 1300 remain active about the same number of inmates are currently in isolation due to the virus. Since March, 11 inmates have died in terms of prison staff more than 1700 were infected about 230 of those cases. Are still active. The largest outbreaks were recorded at Dodge, Green Bay Catamaran, Ash Kash and Wilpon. Mike Spaulding. WTMJ NEWS. There are some mixed results on the stock market today, but an ex wealth management CEO Dave Spano, tells to be team J. C. CPD. There's some good news out there got this cocktail of vaccine you've got Potentially further fiscal stimulus. You have all of this pent up demand that will see next summer when we get back to work, Spanish says The next event that could shake up the markets is the Georgia Senate reek elections in January Sports traffic and weather Next wt introduced time 11 or to.
"peekskill" Discussed on Swarfcast
"Director of marketing at Bantam tools. Welcome to the show Zack. Thanks. Thanks for having me off. Yeah, this is great. We're continuing our season about companies with products and talking to people with insight about getting a product page. Somebody with an idea wants to make it something bigger. I think Zach has a lot to say about that both because Bantam tools has their own proprietary projects, but also I see this company as a company that helps facilitate others who have ideas that want to see them come to life. Yeah for a product. And so that that was really the direction I thought of when I when I first contacted them so first just to start out. Give me a really quick summary of Bantam tools and then I'll I'll start growing you sure sure cool. Yeah. I'm excited for the grilling. So Bantam tools makes desktop CNC machines when we focus on machines with precision and reliability and we really try and deliver them at an affordable price. So desktop is as it sounds. You know things that can actually sit on your desk in our in our portable. We've got two products endurable. We can go into the history of the company a bit later. But the main focus for bantam tools right now is the new magazine that we just launched in July, which is the Bantam tools desktop CNC milling machine and yet we're about fifteen people in Peekskill New York. And right now our thoughts in focus is you know, tuning and and building and shipping this machine. So what would people make short? Yeah. Yeah. No, that's good. What would for instance? What kind of product would somebody make sure this machine sort of object or item or I mean I can hold up a couple of things. So one of my jobs is also coming up with some of the content that we used to teach people how to run this machine and we've been focusing a lot lately on like everyday carry stuff, you know bottle openers wallets. This is a low profile page. Aluminum wallet it's been machined. It's engraved on one side, you know, you slide your cash and your cards and stuff in here, you know.
"peekskill" Discussed on 710 WOR
"That afternoon I'm just McKinney merit of law's healing of added today five days ahead of that state's caucus day and stopping for Bernie Sanders and today taking shots of his predecessors mayor Mike Bloomberg by the richest people in the world any pursued policies in New York City that made income inequality worse that helped developers and you know big real estate folks and Wall Street at the expense of working people and unfortunately had a number of policies exciting frisk which were divisive double as you're talking to CNN and during that interview you accuse Bloomberg of trying to buy the election that something repeatedly claimed by Bernie Sanders passengers who have been stuck on the quarantine diamond princess cruise ship in Japan because of corona virus spreading on border now finally off that ship and the Americans have been evacuated to the U. S. on board the two Boeing seven forty seven to touch down in the U. S. today over three hundred Americans who had been on the diamond princess among those allowed to fly back to the U. S. fourteen Americans who tested positive for corona virus but were not showing symptoms in total four hundred fifty four one aide who had been on board the diamond princess ended up testing positive most of them are still in Japan all of the healthy evacuees are now being Corentin down U. S. military bases for fourteen days and like stone ABC news the jury begins deliberations tomorrow in the Harvey Weinstein rape trial in lower Manhattan the disgraced Hollywood producer faces five counts including rape and predatory sexual assault that he could spend the rest of his life behind bars if convicted the New York City charges stem from the accusations of two women after this trial lands this sixty seven year old ones deemed faces similar charges in Los Angeles Hudson Valley woman is under arrest facing charges after she allegedly stabbed her eight year old son this morning it happened the thirty three year old woman's apartment in Peekskill on main street the child was rushed to the hospital the stab wound to the torso is X. to to survive and neighbors are saying their shock for.
"peekskill" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"An eight year old boys being treated for a stab wound forty seven degrees sunny I'm thoroughly Kessler now what's trending on seventy seven W. A. B. C. and W. A. B. C. radio dot com the boy was stabbed in the stomach this morning at his family's apartment house in Peekskill his thirty three year old mother has been arrested police say they saw her holding a knife the boy is expected to recover charges against the mother are pending celebrity divorce attorney Laura Wasser says she's keeping a close eye on the Harvey Weinstein rape trial Wasser said defense attorney Donna returners recent comments that she was never a victim of sex assault because she would never put herself in a vulnerable position weren't necessary saying what she would have done or would you have done I found interesting and it and it will give me the wrong way jury deliberations are scheduled to start tomorrow a teacher whose coach sports at more than a dozen New Jersey schools is charged with sex crimes forty three year old John to Newdow a teacher at Sayreville middle school and wrestling coach at Union County college is charged with sexually assaulting a minor endangering the welfare of the child and filming and possessing child porn Middlesex County authorities say the incident dates back to October twenty sixteen and it involves a boy between the ages of thirteen and fifteen dinner was fired after being arrested over the weekend pier one imports is for sale after filing for bankruptcy the company is asking for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection sports see I'll skate against the coyotes in Arizona and now your forecast from the Ramsey monster weather center mostly sunny today's.
"peekskill" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Guy he's never gone into no trouble with anybody the video shows a man a large blue jacket walking away with a cane relief from the campus of Bard College after the arrest of a fourteen year old for the murder of freshman Tessa majors Roshan weaver was charged with second degree murder over the weekend and has been ordered held without bail according to the criminal complaint on December eleventh video surveillance shows majors entering the park just before seven that evening that's when weaver and two other teens who entered the park from a different location set their sights on majors allegedly trying to rob her policing majors tried to fight back even leading one of her attackers with bite marks some of the last words she was known to have said was help me I'm being robbed weaver who was wanted for questioning in the weeks after the killing ran away as he was being taken in but later submitted to an interview and a DNA test does correspond Stephanie Rommel's of Peekskill police officers been arrested after allegedly stocking and sexually abusing a woman the officer Michael I'll go vino allegedly accused his victim of stealing and then demanded that she take him to her apartment that's when he allegedly sexually assaulted a woman the district attorney Anthony Sgarbi no says they're now looking into the officers history now that we have a detailed an incident involving this officer it requires us to take a look at his background and other things that have been occurring if that happens even after that incident thirty say I'll give you know use the threat of arrest to continue to sexually abuse the woman the squeegee men are back here in the city amid worries of deteriorating conditions in New York New York Post spotted panhandling window washers and fortieth street and ninth Avenue in the eighties and nineties a squeegee men would demand tips for washing your window sometimes threatening violence if they didn't get a tip that became a symbol of the disregarded law in the city witnesses say the squeegee men have been back since September working mostly on weekends governor Cuomo blaming antisemitism for the divide in the country he calls it a national phenomenon saying there's more divisiveness now that he has ever secret forty anti.
"peekskill" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Money mayor of Peekskill Andre rainy called the incident an embarrassment to our police department and to our entire city dozens of demonstrators are facing charges following an anti ice rally in mid town Manhattan protesters gathered on the steps of the New York Public Library this afternoon and called for abolishing U. S. immigration and customs enforcement thirty protesters were arrested after locking arms and blocking traffic on forty second street and Seventh Avenue the protest was organized by the same group that shut down the traffic near trump tower in September sports and weather up next W. O. R. news time eleven oh three zero was a combat medic who suffered a catastrophic injury in Iraq in for the first time I knew we had everything we every benefits he's earned we did she needed an accessible house we got the grant van for his will surely get a news Houston Stevenson paralyzed veterans of America America's most getting the care and veterans of them for over sixty five years veterans of America hundreds of thousands of veterans and their service is free changes futures to learn more visit PGA dot public service message from paralyzed veterans of America in sports the Rangers lost to the Bruins three to one of the devils beat the blue jackets forty three bad weather has forced the sixty second running of the Daytona five hundred until Monday the race will resume on lap twenty one pole winner Ricky Stenhouse junior was in first when the race was postponed for a second time here's your W. O. R. weather channel forecast any left overs funny flurries of drizzle and was the clearing sky Lowe's low mid thirties mid upper twenties northern Jersey high pressure bring sunshine free Monday presidents day a few happen because hi super forties lows upper twenties mid thirties casual rain showers Tuesday were cloudy all day because of snow makes an early but mainly rain event highs over forty or fifty I mean dust type work next updated twelve breaking news at once start your day with Len Berman and Michael real in the morning six until ten week days when was Warner on seven ten W. O. R. N. A. B. C. news radio station the following is a paid program W. O. R. is airing of this program constitutes neither an endorsement of the products offered for the ideas expressed and your invention the chance is near you've given a part now.
"peekskill" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"British war planners the notion of cutting off New England for the rest of the continent was thought to be an important first step of crushing crushing the heart of the rebellion of course in practical terms. This never seem realistic to me. Even if the British did secure corridor between New York City and Quebec those many miles of wilderness could not block travel between New England and the rest of America. If they put in place isolated outposts along the Hudson Valley to secure this area. Those only would have become targets for the continentals. Much like the outpost at Trenton. The hope up of British leader's was that once they had established a presence. The locals would flock to the king and provide local militia support to protect the king's interests trysts in the region in hindsight. This really seems hopelessly unrealistic. But that was the goal because the British wanted the Hudson Valley by the Americans naturally wanted to deny it to them which is why they had a chain affords from Fort Ticonderoga all the way down to peekskill I. I also mentioned that. The Americans made several attempts to put literal chains across the Hudson River to block British ships a chain in combination with a nearby fort to blast away ships that would have to stop and disable the barrier before proceeding. Same like a pretty good defense. If you WanNa Wanna read more about the defenses of the Hudson River then you WanNa take a look at today's book recommendation. Chaining the Hudson fight for the river in the American American revolution by Lincoln. Damant as you might guess from the title. The book focuses on the Lower Hudson valley and the American defenses there during the revolutionary. Mary War. This is fairly short book. First published in nineteen eighty nine. The author diamant was an amateur enthusiast of the American Revolution. Who spent a great deal of time in the Hudson Valley? He was a former New York at executive who wrote a wide variety of topics from golf jokes to stamps to broadcast communications. But half a dozen of his books were about the American Revolution. Mr Diamond passed away Over a decade ago for good look at the Hudson Valley in the revolution. Check out his book. Chaining the Hudson for my online recommendation. Dacian this week. I want to recommend another history podcast. It's called history. That doesn't suck the host Professor Greg Jackson in is covering all US history in chronological order. He covered the American revolution in just over a dozen episodes and is currently hippie in the civil war. It's a good interesting overview of.
"peekskill" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"Meanwhile New York General George Clinton put out a call for militia in the region to muster her by the way George Clinton was a distant cousin of British General Henry Clinton but he was a firm Patriot. He was mostly a politician Titian. Who would soon become governor of New York and would eventually serve as Vice President under Thomas Jefferson and James Madison? At this time. Though he was a New York militia general it would take time to get the word out to local militia and for them to muster in this sparsely populated region. They could not muster within hours like they were able to. In New England. There were smaller numbers of soldiers. Ready to go a few miles up. River at Forts Montgomery and independence fort. Montgomery was the larger fort several miles up river. The continental officers at Fort Montgomery did not want to send any large numbers of men from their forts. If they took the Fort Garrison from the fort to peekskill the British could simply climb climb aboard their ship again sell up river and capture. The fort defended by only a skeleton. Crew the continentals wanted to wait for militia to to arrive and occupy the fort before sending any soldiers to peekskill Fort Independence was closer to peekskill and it was not much of afford it had only been built a few months earlier just north of the town and just to avoid confusion. This is not the same fort independence near New York. City city occupied by the British and which General Heath had failed to capture back in episode one twenty eight. This was a totally different fort in a different different place. That just happened to have the same name if I wanna make things even more confusing for you. Some of the primary documents refer to Fort Independence. It's as Fort Constitution which is also the name of about a dozen folks at least dolled up and down in North America. This fort independence near peekskill was not only closer than Fort Montgomery It was not a terribly well built fort that the Patriots really worried about occupying and defending general enroll. McDougal ordered the commander Lieutenant. Colonel Marinus Willett to leave just a handful of soldiers and bring as much as he could of the New York Third Regiment demint will. It did not wait for any reinforcements. He said out as soon as he got the message with about eighty soldiers from his regiment expecting more to follow later several hundred New York militia had heeded the call and began marching directly toured peekskill to join the battle however most of them would not arrive live in time to fight the day following the British landing the regulars deployed and advanced line about a mile northeast of peekskill to prevent the Americans for moving forward on them while they occupied the town. Colonel Willett and his militia from Fort Independence arrived that morning. Joining General McDougal's McDougal's men on Gallows Hill from the hill. McDougal and Willett could observe the British plundering the area around peekskill burning farms. Send supplies well. It noted that about two hundred of the British were far enough separated from the main force that they might be attacked. He encourage urge McDougal to order a strike on this separated force. McDougal agreed and sent a small group against the British left flank to distract them. While while another force under the command of Colonel Willett tried to sneak up on the enemies right flank and attack them from there. They lost the element of surprise when the inexperienced experienced Newark militia got nervous and fired on the enemy from too far away to do any damage their shots only alerted the British to their position and and gave them more time to react realizing they had lost the element of surprise will it gave the order to expand nets in preparation of a charge on the British British lines before they charge. Though they're British retreated back to their main lines telling Colonel Bird that the woods were full of rebel soldiers. Here's the British lost thirteen killed or wounded in the skirmish. The Americans reported two killed and four or five wounded. By this time. It was dusk the burnish could not tell whether there would be a larger attack. They remained on alert for a night attack. That never came overnight. British Carlberg prepared to withdraw his troops back to their ships. The British had destroyed the American supplies which had been their objective rather than wait to see if the enemy could collect more militia from the area amount a larger attack the British simply packed up and went home. That was probably the right decision over the next few days. Hundreds more New York militia would descend on the area. Ready to contest asked the British who had departed continental general McDougal indicated in his reports that the British left sooner than they would have liked there. It was still a fair amount of supplies that they had not destroyed. The continentals recovered a portion of their supplies and regain control of the area so in the end both sides claimed victory. The British fleet moved back downstream to report a successful rate. The American leaders reported successfully elite chasing off the British. After today's the fighting at peekskill was not a terribly significant battle by itself more of a skirmish there were less than a thousand troops engaged on both sides combined. Casualties were pretty. Minimal and the amount of damage to continental supplies was annoying But not fatal to any larger strategic plan in fact for more significant for American supplies the same month of this raid. A ship arrived from France full of equipment for the Americans. The peekskill raid proved more of a test by the British to see the resolve of of New Yorkers further up river to challenge their movements if the British wanted to control more territory further upriver. They would have to come in much. Is Larger numbers to overwhelm the enemy following the raid. The British did not attempt another raid all summer. They did send one small fleet in April but as it turned out. They only sent that as a distraction to get the Americans to deploy more forces to the Hudson Valley. While the British launched a real raid on Danbury Connecticut the Danbury raid will be a topic of a future episode the launch of a few troop transports up. The Hudson River turned Out To be nothing. It would not be until October that they would attempt another serious. move up the Hudson. The raid also should have been a warning to the British General Burgoyne based his invasion of the Hudson Valley on the premise that a majority of the citizenry would turn out and loyal support of the British British. As they made their way from Canada to New York City the peekskill raid proved that there was no evidence of loyalist majority waiting to show itself in fact quite the opposite. Perhaps the British thought that an even larger force of British will bring out the loyalists as it had in New Jersey during the earlier invasion there if so it was a fatal error that as we will see in future episodes put Britain on the road to defeat next week the British launch rate in New Jersey resulting in the battle of bound brook. Hi thanks for joining the American Erkin. Revolution podcast after show. I want to say thanks to trae. NANCE for joining in support of the show at the Robert Morris Circle on unpatriotic. This is the highest level of support that I've created for people who want to help support the show financially. I really WANNA keep this show free three so folks like Trae who can step up and contribute deserve all our. Thanks from everyone who enjoys listening to the show. I also WanNa remind remind everyone that history Camp Philadelphia is coming on May second twenty twenty if you have an interest in history and can make it to Philadelphia. You really should attend. It's a great event with talks from all sorts of amateur has stories. I will be giving a talk on an event that has nothing to do with the revolution at history camp this year. It's on a local issue that I find rather fascinating I will be talking about the Philadelphia Bible double riots of eighteen forty four. I think this largely forgotten event has some interesting parallels to today. The riots were largely the result of new immigrants to the city and local hostility toward them and concerned. Their religion was incompatible with democracy and was going to destroy America Eh Free Society. I am of course talking about the Irish and Catholicism. The violence of that year led to to import developments the creation of a professional police force in Philadelphia and the birth of the parochial school system. For Catholics in America. It should be a real interesting talk. And and if you come to history Camp Philadelphia this year you'll get to hear me. 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"peekskill" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"Hello thank you for joining the American Revolution Today. Episode One thirty three the peekskill raid last week I went over all the confusion in London and with the British leadership over who planned to attack. What where in seventeen seventy seven this week? The British start moving out of their winter quarters and begin their first tentative action for the spring of Seventeen seventy seven as I hope. I've stressed I enough times by now. British military leaders had long held at the key to victory was cutting off New England from the rest of America by taking control control of the Hudson River valley between Quebec and New York City. By the end of seventeen seventy six. The British had a large army in in Quebec and an even larger one in New York City that the two armies had not created this link. So far was due primarily to the heroic efforts of General Benedict Arnold Remember just after Lexington and Concord Arnold Scrape together an army and along with Ethan Allen and captured Fort Ticonderoga thus denying the British that important launching off point into the Hudson Valley. Arnold then attempted to to take Quebec the continental army's lack of resources and a scrappy. Last minute defense. By Scottish immigrants in Canada prevented Arnold Arnold from taking that stronghold before British reinforcements arrived even after the British deployed an overwhelming force in Quebec and pushed the Patriots. It's out of Canada. Arnold still manage to control lake champlain with a small fleet effectively preventing the British from retaking Fort Ticonderoga. Hi Condor Oga throughout seventeen. Seventy six to protect the Hudson Valley. The continentals focused on securing Fort Ticonderoga Gotcha to prevent an invasion from Quebec toward New York. Well focused on securing. The fort may be an overstatement. Everyone thought it was an important Ford Ford to hold. But after general arnold left in late seventeen seventy six. The Defensive Plan for holding the Fort was in hindsight at least a clearly wrong headed approach. And that's a topic for a future episode for now. I'll just say that the continentals tried to improve. The Fort's defenses. This but did nothing like Arnold had done to prevent them from reaching the Fort at all. The American intent though was to hold the British at Ticonderoga John Deroga- and prevent them from moving into the Hudson Valley from the North on the southern end. The continentals did little to prevent British. General William William how from continuing up the Hudson River after his victory at White Plains New York in part this was because how was not in any hurry to move upstate in late fall when the wilderness of upstate. New York in winter would probably do more harm to who soldiers than the continentals or the militia. Besides general Washington had retreated back through New Jersey Toward Philadelphia in the fall of seventeen seventy six. It made much more sense for general so how to chase Washington rather than venture further up river or American general. Charles Lee commanded a large force to oppose them recalled. Aw that after house. British and Germans pushed the continental army out of New York City. Washington had deployed an army to the north under Lee's command demand while Washington led the forces who retreated toward Pennsylvania as Washington's army dissolved. He begged me to move south and join enforces with him. Lee kept putting him off until the British captured Louis. In December at that point the remainder of the northern army did move south to assist Washington with his counter attack that began at Trenton. As Washington fought to take back most of New Jersey over the rest of the winter. There is not much of anyone to defend the Hudson Valley General Arl was off sulking and contemplating resignation because Congress had promoted voted several junior officers over him general. Philip Schuyler still served as the commander of the region but his political fighting. With General General Horatio Gates had left the command a complete mess. Their attention focused on Fort Ticonderoga which the British would have to take before moving south. They really didn't focus on an attack from the south into Hudson Valley. General House Army controlled the Land Dan for miles surrounding New York City. He was fighting with the continentals in New Jersey over the winter but had successfully captured Providence Rhode Island Island without a fight and felt confident that he could move British ships up the Hudson River whenever he wanted so with Spring approaching. It was time to consider the seventeen seventy seven British offensives by this time. Lee was a prisoner of war and the remainder of his forces as I said had joined in Washington Down in New Jersey as I discussed in detail last week in the spring of seventeen seventy seven. The British plan once again to push into New York from Canada this time with General Johnny Burgoyne and charge general. Hal was more interested at this point intaking Philadelphia. He did not think he had enough troops to do that. And mount a full scale invasion of the Hudson Valley therefore he had no intention of doing the ladder. As I said last week such a move would only contribute to goings glory by supporting his primary offensive from Canada as Commander of North American forces general. How was not terribly interested in playing a support role for a subordinate while a full-scale invasion of the Hudson Valley from the south was not a serious consideration? The British did want to test the resolve of the continental and militia forces in the area Washington. Of course would want to oppose any British movements but at this point he was not quite sure what the British might do. Next next the British force in Rhode Island that might move up through England. Washington had recaptured. Most of New Jersey over the winter and it was also quite likely that how would try to take back the state and continue his offensive across New Jersey into Pennsylvania and from there he could capture Philadelphia offiah so while the Americans hope to prevent a British incursion into upstate. New York coming up with the soldiers to defend that area was a big big problem. Washington kept the bulk of his troops in New Jersey. To prevent the move on Philadelphia. With the other significant force further north at Lake Champlain and Fort Ticonderoga preparing to oppose British push from Canada. The continentals had created a supply. Oh I depot at peekskill New York about twenty miles north of white plains along the Hudson River there area mills produced leather wood wood flour and gunpowder local slaughterhouses also provided meat for the continental army and Patriot. Militia Washington thought the the area would prove a good location for supplies since it was in between the two expected British invasion zones that were likely for seventeen seventy seven. If the British attacked the northern army at Fort Ticonderoga supplies could be taken north to the soldiers defending upstate. New York if the British launched another attack across New Jersey in pursuit of Philadelphia those supplies could be moved south in support of that army. The continentals not nettles had not built any serious defenses at peekskill itself until February. Seventeen seventy seven general William Heath of Massachusetts had commanded from peekskill however after his disappointing raid on Fort Independence which I discussed back in episode one twenty negate Washington had written him a rather scolding letter heath requested and received a leave of absence. He returned to Boston and and shortly took over there. After General Artists Ward finally retired. The peekskill command fell to General Alexander. McDougall you you may recall that McDougal had been an active member of the sons of liberty in New York City and played a role in the prewar battle at Golden Hill. That was where the British soldiers and sons of liberty had a street riot over. The city's Liberty Pole see episode. Thirty two McDougal had received General's Commission in the Continental Army. We last heard from him in episode one twelve when he was serving under general Washington at the Battle of white white plains at peekskill McDougal commanded the area with a force of about two hundred and fifty soldiers most of whom appeared to be local militia. Eh McDougal's small independent command at peekskill kept a check on British incursions up the Hudson River over the winter Washington undeployed. A few New England regiments there to be used as reserve reinforcements either in upstate. New York or in New Jersey as needed there. There was no notion that the Americans would launch a full blown offensive against British control. Do Your City the continentals as I said. We're focused on trying to resist list. Wherever the spring offensive might be executed by the British? New Yorkers had attempted to block British ships from moving up river by placing a chain across the Hudson River at Fort. Montgomery which was also under McDougal's command. This chain was a few miles further up river from peekskill so it would not play a role in this raid. In any event it was not gonNA prove very effective. It actually broke once on its own during the winter and had to be repaired when the British actually did move up river later in seventeen seventy seven they had no problems disabling the chain and continuing on on their way. I mention this only to note that the Americans were at least concerned about the British moving up the Hudson and cutting off New England from the southern middle all states even if they did not garrison large numbers of continental soldiers here as soon as the ice melt made river travel safe again. The British did move up the Hudson River in March colonel. John Bird took a fleet of twelve ships. Transporting over five hundred soldiers Up River to peekskill on March twenty third. The British landed Atlantis Cove Abou- mile and a half south of peekskill. They deployed their five hundred British regulars and at least two cannon on opposed the British force set fire to houses near where they landed they. They also use their cannon against the number of structures in the small village. The initial goal seemed to be to terrorize the local citizenry. The American in general McDougal realized that he was outnumbered by about two to one. He pulled his soldiers out of peekskill and back to a hill known as Fort Hill Hill behind the town as he pulled out of town. McDougal set fire to some of his own supplies in order to deny them to the enemy. The the only way he could win though given his numbers would be to provoke the British into attempting a charge up a hill where the outnumbered Americans would have a better position. -sition the British commander. Colonel Bird though was not terribly interested in confronting the continentals his troops took control of peekskill skill and continued what the Americans had started destroying the food supplies and equipment left in the town. The two sides did fire are on each other with their cannon killing one or two on either side with an occasional lucky shot but as I said the British were not intent on driving off the Americans Americans they were there to destroy the supply depot which they did they burn the mills work houses barracks and storage houses in and around town now. They carried away some materials but given the limited space on the ships. They destroyed most of what they found. Even though the British did not seem preparing to take the hill the cannon fire was enough for McDougal and the Americans to retreat back another two miles or so to Gallows Hill Hill where they were out of range of.
"peekskill" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"What you're trying to say now or however you see yourself spiritually or if you don't you know you're trying to connect to a bigger thought than you think a lot of people are I mean I know you called out the a lot of Peekskill for sort of focusing on the trivial like about you know tan lines and flip flops and cold beer and it's all about that and you are thinking some sort of bigger thought to how do you feel that you're making your upbringing your fists whatever your orientation is spiritual orientation reflects to what you're trying to say well I'm pretty much a fifth I'd be a fifth generation preacher or song leader in the church and I feel like it's my duty to try to spread good will to humanity and try to help people throughout their day through song and whether it makes him sad or happy maybe it touches on a motion that that that allows them to cope or get through a tough time I'm a spiritual person I'm a believer that's what I try to preach to the only thing I'm preaching is be good to one another and leave the hate behind this is our generation so let's make the best of it okay but you are not afraid of a little holy ghost fire if okay. alright I'm gonna play everybody walk in this land lawyer says. your actions will not stand in the. this is not some.
"peekskill" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Don't you read that yellow snow? He was the only one in the sixties did not use drugs that he was not. He liked judger alcohol, and I read an interview with his brother that's not tolerated in you wouldn't think super smart, very, technically excellent musician, and you know, just just an guy look at stuff show that's going to be. Holographic show. Never. I'm not sure if I'd trend now, we're going to see this more with performance who cannot be there in person. Yeah, we're going to. Presidential candidates and with the rest of the band. No, that's true. I can't be in Delaware. So I'll be California countries. What a world we live in. How about new music from pink? Right. She got new album out. Tomorrow hurts to be human. This is called walk me home. She rocks. You can really say. Those those performances that she's now I've seen her in concert. But this was way back before she was doing all the acrobatics saw her in sync. Well, now, she knows what she's doing. And she's just going to keep doing it. Right. She's rocketed personally. She's just unapologetically honest. Oh, yes. You got rock hard apps to take your word for it. Tonight at the edge. We got the bizarre world of Frank Zappa at the palace on Sunday night and Peekskill album hurts.
"peekskill" Discussed on WJR 760
"Wasn't. He said vicious see still around doesn't the auto hardware store now in Peekskill New York, the sid vicious hardware store. WABC Diane line nine what's on your mind? Diane. What the hell? Yes. You're on the radio. Hello. Hi, thank you so much for everything. I think for many years, I'm going to miss taking your home with me. I teach in jersey and ma'am, this is a family show. We can't divulge such such things to the public. Michael. Yes. It's Michael Savage. Yes. But when you say publicly, you can't you're gonna miss taking me home with you. You know, it's embarrassing the children know, everything in my car going home. I've learned so much. Oh, I see. And I'm so sad. The way the nation is going and number two. I'm looking for a place that has season healthcare and his conservative to move out of this crazy. Oh, you really want Cuba and Cuba? And what what do you want? A combination of Cuba. Cuba has such great healthcare. You know, it's free for everyone. It's so good that when Fidel Castro got sticky flew in a doctor from Miami. One thing about communist is. They all know that the best doctors are in Miami. And the all have Jewish names, whatever they used to get sick and Cuba. They would use one of their local doctors who went to medical school. They use like Goldberg Goldfarb from the university of Miami. They bring it to make sure that they survived didn't want anyone leaving a forceps in their throat. Thank you. We'll be listening. Well, I'll be missing the listeners like you. You know, it's only a few more minutes that I've got in this hour to grab your attention and all of that stuff. So as I say to you. Monday as a whole new dawn for the Savage Nation. And I will still be here. Manning the microphone as I have been for the last twenty years, and it will still be on two hundred or some odd radio stations. There's a lot of confusion out there. Not all but most of the stations that carry the show we'll be carrying the live one hour and then a second hour, by the way. And then there's also going to be a daily podcast, which you can download it night the morning, you know, any time away. You are you the day is gonna come in in the very near future that the idea of a fixed radio station signal, which is great. I love it. Don't get me wrong. I grew up on radio I listened to radio in my father's lap. While he smoked his Philip Morris. I used to get second hand smoke it as meat, by the way, just to tell you about that one. But we listen to the radio tune in a certain station. He used to listen to the green hornet, and I listened to the stories. So I mean, I love radio I love I love what they call terrestrial radio. But it's not the future. The future of radio is going to be let's say in your car. Let's say you're in a car. You're not gonna have to punch a button to pick a station. You're going to speak in your car and say fine, Michael Savage, and it's gonna come up magically on the radio by voice control. It's that simple. In fact, you could probably do I would think right now your iphone does that? Right. So why can't be done in a car, but that's tomorrow? And right now it's today, and I have to take.
"peekskill" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"He said vicious is he still around doesn't the auto hardware store now in Peekskill New York, the sid vicious hardware store. WABC Diane line nine what's on your mind? Diane. What's what the Hello? Yes. You're on the radio. Hello. Hi. Thank you so much everything. For many years. I'm going to miss taking your home with me. I teach in jersey, and he's ma'am. This is a family show. We can't divulge such such things to the public. Michael. Yes. It's Michael Savage. Yes. But when you say publicly, you can't you're gonna miss taking me home with you. You know, it's embarrassing the children know, everything in my car going home. I've learned so much. Oh, I see. And I'm so sad. The way the nation is going and number two. I'm looking for a place that has been healthcare and his conservative move out of this crazy. You really want Cuba and Cuba? And what what do you want? A combination of Cuba. Cuba has such great healthcare. You know, it's free for everyone. It's so good that when Fidel Castro got sticky flew in a doctor from Miami. One thing about communist as they all know that the best doctors are in Miami. And they all have Jewish names, whatever they used to get sick and Cuba. They would use one of their local doctors who went to Havana medical school. They use like Goldberg a Goldfarb from the university of Miami. They bring it to make sure that they survived didn't want anyone leaving forceps in their throat. Thank you. We'll be listening. Well, I'll be missing the listeners like you. You know, it's only a few more minutes that I've got in this hour to grab your attention and all of that stuff. So as I say to you Monday as a whole new dawn for the Savage Nation. And I will still be here. Manning the microphone as I have been for the last twenty odd years, and it will still be on two hundred or some odd radio stations. There's a lot of confusion out there. Not all but most of the stations that carry the show now we'll be carrying the live one hour and then a second hour, by the way. And then there's also going to be a daily podcast, which you can download it night the morning, you know, anytime away, you are, you know, the day is gonna come and in the very near future that the idea of a fixed radio station signal, which is great. I love it. Don't get me wrong. I grew up on radio I listened to radio in my father's lap. While he smoked his Philip Morris. I used to get second hand smoke it as meat, by the way, just to tell you about that one. But we listened to the radio he tuned in a certain station. He used to listen to the green hornet, and I'd listened to the stories. So I mean, I love radio I love I love what they call terrestrial radio. But it's not the future. The future of radio is going to be let's say in your car. Let's say you're in a car. You're not gonna have to punch a button to pick a station. You're going to speak in your car and say fine, Michael Savage, and it's gonna come up magically on the radio by voice control. It's that simple. In fact, you could probably do I would think right now your iphone does that? Right. So why can't be done in a car, but that's tomorrow? And right now it's today, and I have.
"peekskill" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"In fact, I'm looking on my website right now, and they have the Savage Nation from yesterday. One three nineteen the podcast is already up there. It says savage response to the death threats. He received an occasional cortex is mentioned for the first time yesterday. So we already have podcasts up we have for a very long time. But the new one is going to be no one's gonna be original podcasts. Not the derivation. You know what I'm saying? Well, we're getting a lot of ABC callers because they're there. Shaken they're just rattled by the fact that the voice of New York is being silenced Lou on WABC. Welcome to the program. Oh savage. I hadn't louver passenger in a car. I'm a driver in New York City and also see your show. Congresswoman where she sworn on the Koran, and then he played the clip out off impeachment at mother atfer. Yup. Heard that. Go twenty minutes. Absolute silence. Car. I check my what was she a very religious person that she was offended by me saying my by me playing the Muslim congresswoman using the M F word while she offended by that. By me, saying I was offended by the woman using the M F award. I love. That white liberal woman. Oh, well, you know there snowflakes, and they melt very easily when the Doxiadis that they live by are so easily punctured. I suppose you'll have to call her shrink who may still be on vacation in Provence from the long and endless holiday, but she could always go home and use her children's drugs. Lou thank you for calling eight five five four hundred. That was funny. She Goldman us children's drugs. I that's a little that's a little that's a little sid. Vicious ish. Little sid vicious ish. Then he was a punk rocker wasn't. He said vicious is he still around doesn't they own a hardware store now in Peekskill New York, the sid vicious hardware store. WABC Diane line nine what's on your mind? Diane. What's what the hell? Oh, yes. You're on the radio. Hello. I hear. Thank you so much everything. For many years. I'm going to miss taking you home with me. I teach in jersey, and he's man this is a family show. We can't divulge such such things to the public. Michael. Yes. It's Michael Savage. Yes. But when you say publicly, you can't you're gonna miss taking me home with you. You know, it's embarrassing the children know, everything in my car going home. I've learned oh, I see. And I'm so sad. The way the nation.
Bill Clinton, Michelle Nap and President discussed on Retirement 360
"Now, a look back at this week in history this week in one thousand nine hundred thirty six harnessing the power of the mighty Colorado. River the Hoover dam begins sending electricity over transmission lines. Spanning two hundred sixty six miles of mountains and deserts to run the lights radios and stoves of Los Angeles this week in nineteen fifty six New York Yankees right hander Don Larsen pitches. The first no hitter in the history of the World Series, even better. It was a perfect game. That is there were no runs no hits. And no errors. And no batters reached first base Larssen's performance anchored. His team's third straight win against their crosstown rivals. The Brooklyn Dodgers this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty two eighteen year old Michelle nap is watching television inner parents living room in Peekskill New York when she hears a thunderous crash in the driveway. She went outside to find a sizable hole on the rear end of her car. A matching hole in the gravel driveway underneath the car and in the whole a bowling ball size. Meteorite? While meteorites are fairly common. Meteorite hitting a car is not a car is after all very small object on a very large planet. In fact, as far as scientists know it has only happened twice before once in Illinois during the nineteen thirties and once in Saint Louis and this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight the US house of representatives votes to proceed towards impeaching President Bill Clinton on charges of perjury and obstruction of Justice by December nine hundred ninety eight the Republican led house had gathered enough information from an investigation committee vote in favor of impeachment which in turn sent the case to the Senate. Bill Clinton was the first president to be impeached by the house of representatives since Andrew Johnson in eighteen sixty eight Johnson was also acquitted. That's your look back at this week in history. I times the most iconic brand in the booming cannabis industry. Just went public joined the IPO now high times investor dot com. Don't miss your chance to be part of history in the making visit high times investor dot com. That's high times investor dot com. Hi