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Vandals Try to Pull Down Chicago Park's McKinley Statue
"Now to the mystery after a nationwide spree of destruction aimed at statues of historical figures like george washington and abraham lincoln tonight. Who might have done it. And why lane alexander reports in spokane washington. It was a statue of president. Lincoln splashed with red paint in portland. A cemetery dedicated to veterans of america's nineteenth century wars tagged with graffiti toppled george washington statue in minneapolis and chicago. This statue at mckinley park historic monuments and during the thanksgiving weekend all targeted by vandals on many a similar message anti-colonialism graffiti no more genocide and the words land back an apparent reference to a campaign focused on returning american land to indigenous peoples so far in portland three arrests for facing grocery store all of it reminiscent of similar backlash against confederate statues. In recent years message that people are trying to deliver that they want to see a change. A change in the system of white supremacy that is characterized by these public events and memorials that speed to a very painful pass across the country. Police are still searching for those responsible.
It's the Little Things
"For want of a nail, the shoe was lost for want of a shoe. The horse was lost for want of a horse. The rider was lost for want of a writer the message was lost for want of the message the battle was lost for want of a battle, the kingdom was lost. Small things can have reverberating effects on history both good and bad. In fourteen fifty three, the great walled city of Constantinople fell it had withstood sieges for eleven hundred years. It had held off fire from the then state of the art cannons for weeks. The Byzantine said even Ford soldiers trying to tunnel under the wall autumn Turks were finally able to overrun the great city because someone left the door open. One of the many gates in the fourteen miles of wall had been left open during the night and the Ottomans flooded in. Killing Constantine the eleventh in the battle and bringing an end to the eastern Roman Empire. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. It was a freezing Christmas night in Trenton. New Jersey during the revolutionary war. The English Colonel Johann Gottlieb Rall. Commander. Of a mercenary infantry regiment of fourteen hundred has seen soldiers from Germany sat down to a good supper and an evening of entertainment. He and his men were celebrating their recent victories over George Washington's volunteer army, and of course, the Christmas holiday. Safe from the bitter cold and the pelting sleet inside a wealthy merchants home that they had commandeered. They relaxed safe in the assumption that no one in their right mind would possibly try to cross the Delaware River at night in a blinding winter storm. Someone challenged role to a game of chess, and before long he was deep in tactics and strategy. There was a knock at the door. And exhausted young. Messenger boy came in bearing a note from loyalist farmer. It's important to remember that about a third of colonists still consider themselves to be British and didn't want the revolution. Raw paid the boy little notice took the note and put it in his coat pocket without opening it. That pocketed piece of paper would cost him and the war effort nearly. Two hours earlier and ten miles away. Washington's men had begun being ferried across the icy Delaware. River. It took over ten hours to get all twenty four hundred men over to the New Jersey side. The conditions were so adverse five men froze to death. Then began the arduous march to Trenton in the dark. The plan had been to attack the town from all sides before dawn, but the troops didn't arrive until eight am. During the attack which lasted only an hour forty of the German. Henson's were killed and the remaining thousand surrendered. Colonel was mortally wounded. When his body was found the unopened note warning of Washington's crossing was still in his pocket. If role had read it, he would surely have had his gross of professional soldiers prepared. He allowed his pride and the weather to lull him into thinking his enemy was not a threat. Had he won the battle he may well have killed George Washington James Madison James Monroe John Marshall Aaron Burr and Andrew. Hamilton The. Second, most common premise in alternate history circles behind what if Germany won World War Two is what if the south one the American civil war? Two pieces of paper dropped in a farmer's field almost brought that about. Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Whose statue in the middle of my hometown of Richmond, Virginia has recently been given the historical context. It's so sorely needed. In the form of tons of. Graffiti. Issued Special Order one ninety one during the Maryland campaign before the Battle of Antietam. In the order lead divided his army, delineating the routes and roads to be taken and the timing for the units to reconvene. Adjutant Robert H Chilton penned copies of the letter endorsed them in Lee's name. Staff. Officers distributed the copies to various confederate generals. General Thomas Stonewall Jackson in turn copied the document for one of his subordinates, major general, D H Hill who was to exercise independent command as the rearguard. A Union soldier Corporal Barton W Mitchell of the twenty seven. Th Indiana volunteers found two pieces of paper bundled with three cigars as he marched across a farm in Maryland an area recently vacated by Hill and his men after they had camped there. The order provided the Union army with valuable information, concerning the army of Northern Virginia's movements and campaign plans. Upon receiving lease lost order. Major General George McClellan leading the Union army of the Potomac proclaimed. Here is a piece of paper with which if I cannot whip Bob Ely, I will be willing to go home. He immediately moved his army in hopes of foiling lease battle plans. When Lee heard a copy of special order one, ninety, one was missing he. He knew his scattered army was vulnerable and rushed to reunite his units Antietam Creek near Sharp's Berg. Lee's troops arrived tired hungry and many were sick. The Battle of Antietam, would go down as the bloodiest battle of the American civil war with casualties recorded as twenty, three, thousand dead wounded, which was usually as good as dead or unaccounted for over the course of the half day battle. That's nearly two thousand soldiers in our one every two seconds. When night fell both sides ceased fire together, their dead and wounded. The next day Lee began the painstaking job of moving his ravage troops back Virginia. Here, some scholars argue another solitary decision had far reaching consequences. Despite having the advantage. McClellan. Allowed Lee to retreat without resistance. From his point of view, he'd accomplished his mission by forcing Lee's troops from Maryland and preventing confederate win on union soil. President, Lincoln however thought McClellan missed a great opportunity to potentially end the war three years earlier than it ultimately would.
National Nonprofit Day with Hannah Hethmon
"Hey Paul this is Hannah Hessman August. Seventeenth is national nonprofit day. My favorite kind of nonprofits are museums. Of course, all our favourite museums are locked down right now struggling to get through this virus like the rest of us. So I thought we'd celebrate them a little and I challenge you on that note to find a great podcast created by a museum. Go. Well Hannah under most other circumstances, this would have been a minor challenge. But as it turns out, we have a mutual friend that has a podcast about museums and that same friend was my eighth guest on this show. For my first recommendation, I'm going with museum archipelago. When the host Ian Elsner was my guest I mentioned an old episode about the Apollo Eleven landing site. But I'm not going to take the easy way out and I'm going to suggest to newer and very relevant topic statues. In this episode and talks about the relationship statues and museums, he goes into the tearing down toward causton statue and one of his guests talks about the slippery slope. So to celebrate this National Nonprofit Day learn about a nonprofit consider donating time or money to one that you believe in and let us know using the National Nonprofit Day Hashtag. Today's guest is Hannah Hetman. Hannah's the writer and producer of the Vagina Museum podcast. Yes. You heard that correctly. In New York there is a sex museum which I've been to. In Iceland, there is a Pinas Museum which I haven't been to. And now there is a Johnny Museum which opened in London in two thousand and nineteen. The podcast. Liked the museum is all about smashing shame and stigma around the vagina through awareness education and route puns. The first and recommended episode is entitled. See you next Tuesday as in the letter C. and the letter, you would you like me to wait for you to figure it out. As most people know there are many terms for the vagina, but there is one that stands out as the most offensive if you still haven't figured it out, it starts with the letter C and ends would Tuesday? This episode answers a lot of questions about that specific word. For last recommendation Hannah recommends if people saw that slavery was getting started why didn't they stop it by Q. and Abe? She says and I quote. This podcast is produced totally in house by President Lincoln's cottage in DC. They take questions from their guests. They can't answer at the moment and die super deep into them with the help of historians to address big ideas in American history loosely connected to Abraham. Lincoln. Of course, but it's so much more than a podcast about Lincoln Unquote. For. Today's episode hot sauce. I'm going to relay on link that Hannah gave me. If I got stuck trying to find an episode related to this day. Hanna is the owner of better lemon creative audio that produces podcast for museums, history organizations, and cultural nonprofits. So check out the director she created that anyone can add to. Come back on August, twenty fifth where I'll be talking about close a topic I have no business talking about.
Washington DC’s congressional delegate wants ‘problematic’ Lincoln statue removed from Lincoln Park
"The movement against statues deemed offensive has an ally on Capitol Hill it's DC delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton who is introducing a bill to take down a Lincoln Park statue depicting president Lincoln and a slave Lincoln is standing the slave is kneeling Norton says the statue fails to note in anyway how enslaved African Americans pushed for their own emancipation former slave started the effort to build the Lincoln monument after he freed them but when it was first unveiled abolitionist Frederick Douglas said he didn't
Juneteenth: People are hungry for change
"We observe June team alongside millions of other Americans. It's a one hundred fifty five year old holiday commemorating the day enslaved African Americans learned of their freedom on this day June nineteenth in eighteen sixty five major. General Gordon Granger of the Union army arrived in Galveston Texas and informed the enslaved black population that the civil war had ended, and slavery had been abolished eighteen, sixty five. That's over two years after president. Lincoln's emancipation proclamation took effect. Texas on the other confederate states ignored the proclamation, and in doing so submitted enslaved African Americans to thirty extra months of uncompensated labor and inhumane treatment this. This day the day honoring the reinstatement of freedom that should have never been taken away the day that freedom was lawful, and yet still withheld represents many Americans, the difference between the ideals of the American dream and the reality for black people in this country, the June team holiday has largely been observed by the US black population wall, and efforts to make June Tiv a national holiday have fallen short in Congress as twenty twenty, though forty seven states and the District of Columbia have all passed legislation recognizing June Tepe as either a state holiday or a day of observance this year. Corporate America is also making president. Several large companies are honoring the day as a paid holiday for employees, Google. Uber General Motors Ford J. P. Morgan Nike and others are observing team today CNBC reporter Gene Wells reported today from once center of Commerce. That's also marking this special day. All the dockworkers at all twenty nine West Coast ports, including here at the largest largest port complex in the country are taking an eight hour work stoppage today for June teeth and up at the port of Oakland, where the local is seventy five percent black. They are going to have a a march and a caravan as local President Trent. Willis says there is systemic racism at times still even within the Union we've had incidents of hanging nooses. That we sense addressed. And just just here and there we've had some some evidence of systemic racism. Showing its ugly head. Here, where we work every day, Corporate America is all in on this saying that June teeth will be paid permanent holiday including target, which will pay working employees, today, time and a half. Other companies are still open, but canceling meetings like Amazon, which will offer workers, a variety of opportunities online to reflect on the day and GM where in many plants the work will continue, they will stop for eight minutes and forty six seconds in recognition of the death of George. Floyd one note about the ports guys in this union dockworkers are allowed one work stoppage a month. They are all happening to take it together today
Companies and state governments celebrate Juneteenth, giving workers the day off
"Today is June eighteenth a June. Nineteenth commemorates the ending of slavery. In the US the origin of the holiday comes from June nineteen, eighteen, sixty, five, when General Gordon Granger of the Union army, arrived with soldiers in Galveston Texas and told enslaved African Americans their the civil war had ended, and they were free more than two years after President Lincoln had signed the emancipation proclamation. June teeth is now celebrated in black communities across the US, and some have called for it to become a national holiday. Nearly all states recognize June teeth with some limited special status in this year. The NFL Nike and twitter have all recognized. June eighteenth as a company holiday. Governor Tom Wolfe is marking June. Teeth is a special holiday closure for employees under his during. For the first time is office as the more than seventy three thousand workers will get either the day off or a compensatory day to use it another time. If they are often, office remains open. The Governor says today is a moment to honor African, American history, and to reflect on how everyone can promote equality, liberty and justice for all people.
Chicago - Pritzker orders flags to be at half-staff for Juneteenth
"Governor Pritzker has ordered flags flown at half staff on Friday to mark Juneteenth to commemorate the end of slavery state representative leshan forded been calling for a formal recognition president Lincoln signed an executive order to cancel me in America I'm asking governor Pritzker to sign an executive order for rapid relief for black people in New York governor Andrew Cuomo signed an order today making Juneteenth the state holiday in
"Today's warrior was an evangelist to became an outspoken advocate for abolition temperance and women's rights. Let's Talk About Journal Truth. Sojourner truth's name at birth was Isabela. Balm free. She was born into slavery in Ulster. County New York in seventeen ninety seven. In eighteen o six at the age of nine years old, so joyner sold at an auction along with a flock of sheep for a hundred dollars. Join our later described. The slave owner is cruel. She endured repeated beatings at his hands, so joyner was sold once again. This time to a man named John Dumont. Interestingly, because to journal grew up in New York, state originally settled by the Dutch she actually only spoke Dutch were living with Dumont. She learned to speak English At that time support for emancipation in new. York was growing. Dumont promise that he'd set so join our free before it became the law to do so. But eventually, so joyner came to realize that he had no intention of freeing. Sojourner fled with her infant daughter in eighteen, twenty six one year before the abolition of slavery in new. York, She was forced to leave her other three children behind. When she later reflected on the escape, sojourner said I did not run off for I thought that wicked, but I walked off believing that to be alright. During her journey to freedom. Journal! into the home of a quaker couple Isaac and Maria van wagon. After learning about her predicament, they took so Jordan around her baby. In until the states Samantha patient of slaves took effect. The van wagons treated with kindness and compassion, so join our leader said that their benevolence inspired her to become a preacher. During her stay with the couple, she became a devout Christian. Around that time, sojourner officially changed her name from Isabella. Balm free to join her truth. because. She felt it represented her mission of fighting for justice. joiners famous words, truth is powerful, and it prevails. Echo that sentiment. After, moving to New, York City, joyner worked as a domestic servant. She became active in the Methodist Church joining the African Methodist Episcopal denomination. So are also used her experience to help others volunteering as a social worker for former slaves. Despite being illiterate, so joyner became a popular speaker and the abolitionist movement, she spoke in front of hundreds promoting religious tolerance, civil and women's rights. In eighteen fifty four at the Ohio. Women's rights convention in Akron. Joyner gave her most famous speech called Ain't dia woman. She spoke about racial and gender equality and refuted aecom an argument that women should have equal rights. Because Jesus was a man. In her speech, she asked. Did Joe cry, come from. He came from God and a woman manding have nothing to do with it. When the civil war broke out, so joyner helped recruit black troops for the Union army. For her efforts in the war and the abolitionist movement sojourner was invited to meet President Lincoln in eighteen, sixty four. She continued to teach and lecture about social justice until her death in eighteen, eighty, three at
Sojourner Truth: The life and legacy of pioneering anti-slavery and women's rights activist
"Today's warrior was an evangelist. Who became an outspoken advocate for abolition temperance and women's rights? Let's talk about joyner truth. Sojourner truth's name at birth was Isabel Balm free she was born into slavery and Ulster County New York in Seventeen Ninety seven in eighteen o. Six at the age of nine years old sojourner was sold at an auction along with a flock of sheep for a hundred dollars so join our later described. The slave owner is cruel. She endured repeated beatings at his hands. Sojourner was sold once again this time to a man named John Dumont interestingly because Turner grew up in New York state originally settled by the Dutch. She actually only spoke Dutch while living with Dumont she finally learned to speak English at that time. Support for emancipation in New York was growing. Dumont promised that he set so joyner free before it became the law to do. So but eventually sojourner came to realize that he had no intention of freeing sojourner fled with her infant daughter in eighteen twenty six one year before the abolition of slavery in New York. She was forced to leave her other three children behind when she later reflected on the escape sojourner said I did not run off for. I thought that wicked but I walked off believing that to be all right. During her journey to freedom sojourner made her way into the home of a quaker couple Isaac and Maria van wagon after learning about her predicament. They took so joyner and her baby. In until the states emancipation of slaves took effect the van wagon and treated joyner kindness and compassion sojourner later said that their benevolence inspired her to become a preacher during her. Stay with the couple. She became a devout Christian around that time so joyner officially changed her name from Isabella. Balm free to join her truth because she felt to represented her mission of fighting for Justice. So joiners famous words. Truth is powerful and it prevails echo that sentiment. After moving to New York City sojourner worked as a domestic servant. She became active in the Methodist Church. Joining the African Methodist Episcopal Denomination sojourner also used her experience to help others volunteering as a social worker for former slaves. Despite being literate so joyner became a popular speaker and the abolitionist movement. She spoke in front of hundreds promoting religious tolerance civil and women's rights in eighteen fifty four at the Ohio. Women's rights convention in Akron Sojourner gave her most famous speech in called anti a woman. She spoke about racial and gender equality and refuted a common argument. That women shouldn't have equal rights because Jesus was a man in her speech she asked. Where did Joe Cry? Come from he came from God and a woman mandate have nothing to do with it when the civil war broke out Joyner helped recruit black troops for the Union army for her efforts in the war. And the abolitionist movement sojourner was invited to meet. President Lincoln in eighteen sixty four. She continued to teach and lecture about social justice until her death in eighteen. Eighty three at the age of eighty six.
No Evidence Museum's Stovepipe Hat Was Lincoln's, Study Finds
"A new study in Illinois indicates a stove pipe hat at the Abraham Lincoln museum in Springfield may not actually belong to president Lincoln for one it doesn't seem to fit Lincoln bookstore owner Daniel Weinberg in Chicago says the hat has no definitive origin if it came to my shop I would reject it take it has been the museum since two thousand seven
Slave trade remembrance concerns all humanity
"The history of the global slave trade concerns all humanity as has it impacts on modern societies according to the assistant director general for social and human sciences at the u._n. Cultural organisation unesco go now dr al-nashif was speaking to you and news ahead of the international day for the remembrance of the slave trade and its abolition celebrated needed annually on the twenty third of august twenty five years ago unesco launch the slave route project resistance liberty heritage a landmark initiative if that helped break the silence rounding the slave trade and slavery and a komo began by asking nada alma chief about the impact of the project given the origins of unesco our foundation obviously with the u._n. System on the ruins of the second world war <hes> creating peace in the minds of men and women was the ultimate <hes> core of the constitution and the fact of ignoring and obscuring major historical <hes> events with something that we wanted to redress and this was the hidden history of course that unesco wanted to have societies come to terms comes with and we believe that much of the issues actually remain today <hes> what's happened twenty five years ago. I think the most significant achievements were having decided to pursue this in a scientific way. <hes> we chose a a concept of route because of the dynamic movement that's his implicit <hes> and i would say that we have managed to foster to raise a much bigger awareness of the ethical but also of the political socio economic the cultural consequences of this entire exchange of people in civilizations <hes> we have prompted home to the development of research universities publications of books <hes> many pedagogical materials films and of course this <hes> many many debates and public engagements <hes> so and i think by giving the slave rate this universal dimension <hes> we have made sure everyone everyone understands. This is not a partial history the history that concerns the whole of humanity and we need to <hes> to discuss it. Maybe if i can just add a <hes> two things was a main accomplishment of the project was the fact that <hes> it's contributed to the recognition of the slave trade and slavery as a crime against humanity entity which is a specific category of crimes by the world conference against racism racial discrimination xenophobia in durban south africa two thousand and one <hes> and then also it allowed to advocate for the international decade for the people of african descent which is ongoing <hes> now <hes> and <hes> to which which we have many many attributes among them. I don't know if you've seen it but <hes> we contributed to the erection of a beautiful permanent memorial dedicated to the victims of the slave. They've trade inside the compound near the visitor's entrance one of these essential aspects of telling the history of slavery. It's not forget it so it's not repeated what lessons can be learned more. Specifically amongst the use wendy are exposed to the history of slavery and slave trade. Unfortunately as i said many of all of these issues are recurring and so it is very important for us at young people understand the caroline. <hes> as i said this is about freedom. It's about human rights. It's about dignity <hes> and it's about the culture of emancipation and what we want to do is make sure that young people in particular understand how we can see memory in a positive way i mean despite all the pain that is in memory and the healing that has to happen <hes> we want to turn this into a constructive pivots for young people to know what must not happen again and i think fighting thing racism in particular is a very important part of what we do so <hes> some things is for example making sure that people understand that these <hes> <hes> now. We have things that we call sites of memory. It's bringing everything to the surface and especially investing. I think for young people into understanding this as part of cultural social heritage we have now a label which was created in two thousand and thirteen cool site of memory associated with the slave roots and we have excuse of memory in africa and south america north america europe indian ocean and the caribbean we have produced resource books for example food and the handbook for new approaches in interpreting and representing slavery in museums again. There is a lot of exchange. Now and young people are participating participating from the perspective of cultural expression <hes> about how we represents this issue in these public domains all of that is very important and maybe <hes> maybe finally under this thing. There are many cultural creative activities that we enjoy today that come from the resistance of those who were enslaved slave. I wanna talk about jazz reggae hip hop kappa wera <hes> and i think these are all methods through which we reach younger the people <hes> more more intimately. I think and more profoundly what do you think it's the role of the artists specifically in with the healing the pain that comes with this period of history well. I think artists have a remarkable obviously for for for unesco cultural expression is a core commitment but it's also a corps belief <hes> in the sense that we rely not on our artists so we have a fantastic coalition of artists who've been working with us <hes> on the general history of africa including understanding slavery in fact for <hes> today marcus miller the great jazz artists recorded according to the message for us <hes> his voice is an easy amplification of the messages. You know so we have material. We have the scientific evidence. Don't we have this study but the artists in their own creativity. I think can reach a much wider audience <hes> so that's in the sense of music and art but also these new issues that we're trying for example the concepts of tourism of memory you you know the idea is to help develop a tourism <hes> which helps to sensitize visitors to various countries around the world where there's already a lot of movement and we we are trying to rely on artistic insights as to how to make those experiences more accessible to ordinary people <hes> and i think this is all a very big role was for artists who have been very very generous in extending their support to us <hes> four events or advocacy mainly as the until reaching out to many many parts of the population. Can you talk a little bit onto obstacles encountered and <hes> what our future prospects of the project the difficulties of course are the fact that it took a long time for us to <hes> billions the body of knowledge we have an international scientific committee tea and it took time of course to build these specialists that who come from very different backgrounds and regions <hes> in fact they are this scientific the committee meeting today in china and then on where we launched the original project so <hes> you know when we met for the first time the project was conceived conceived in one thousand nine hundred ninety four in bene- it was widow and we have an event today in rita to commemorate that <hes> but <hes> ah the subject matter one of the challenges of course it's subject matter is very sensitive. It is very emotive. It is <hes> deeply deeply psychological. It is traumatic. <hes> so the notion of bridging conversations of facilitating the exchange exchange is very very complicated. We were in a meeting in virginia last year where the estates monticello president lincoln and so on are very active in the issue issue of reparations now but to get to that you have to come to tom <hes> with the legacy itself first of all and another another challenge is the acceptance of the recognition so we had someone come from for example the university of wisdom which is just understanding now that many of the oldest most wealthy families bristol made their money from the slave trade so the accountability <hes> understanding <hes> <hes> how this approach needs to be sensitive but very clear <hes> because it is about human dignity she and the end is very very complicated <hes> and then i think what we'd like to do you need to link to the fight against racism and discrimination because there are many new forms of enslavement and exploitation. I mean it's it's milt true <hes> that this is something of the past i think until the mid ninety s we thought of slavery as a thing of the past but we now understand from the human rights campaigners from many ngos there are many forms of contemporary slavery that still exists and there are many governments still working on anti slavery <hes> and i think this is a little bit the the future what we'd like to do is to understand given this relevant how we can really <hes> further. I think popularize is knowledge and focus for example on initiatives that helped cities to develop philip affirmative action policies how we can work with lawmakers to repair or correct historical distortions <hes> and how we can really <hes> put together coalitions of people who are committed to making a change in the spirit of the poor commitments commitments set any of the united nations but the broader community to human rights in this day and age. We believe that the burning issues that we face in today's the world if you read the headlines just today in fact the new york times <hes> this morning <hes> has an article on what they're calling sixteen nineteen projects which examines the legacy of slavery in america just today but if you look at equity <hes> development human rights cultural pluralism dialogue reconciliation conciliation most of all prevention. I think <hes> what some people have called the black hole in history. <hes> this is what we are dedicated zip through. This is why we have this international day to remind everyone and we look forward to close cooperation across the globe to make this really a marker of never again.
Body African-American history museum founder discovered in trunk
"Police in Louisiana are looking for who is responsible for the death of a seventy five year old woman whose body was found in the trunk of a car as NPR Shannon van Sant reports Sadie Roberts Joseph was a founder and curator of an African American history museum in baton Rouge Roberts Joseph found at the museum in two thousand one and organized an annual commemoration of the day president Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation act freeing slaves in the American south the museum features exhibits of African art minority inventors and in nineteen fifty three bus from the civil rights boycotts and a twenty sixteen newspaper interview Roberts Joseph said quote across racial lines the community can help to build a better baton Rouge a better state and a better nation her body was found Friday afternoon and investigators say they're waiting for a corner to determine the cause of
"president lincoln" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Yeah. There's something happening with Elizabeth. Warren horns popularity is gaining in the polls nationally field full of candidates. She's the one with a plan for everything I got a plan for that. Plant for that. She planned to win the places that made Donald Trump. President Lincoln twenty twenty dollar puts us in trouble live Fort Wayne in the heart of Trump country. All in twenty twenty candidate town. Running. Do you be? Say thank you, all for being with me here at saluda Brugge staff place address, you're probably enough is twenty twenty east Washington boulevard. It's a former brewery, and bottling plant back all the way back to nineteen three. It's our venue, tonight and for very special townhall event. We in the heart of the industrial midwest here in Fort Wayne, Indiana. It's a city that seems fortunes rise and fall over the past century in a state that helped power to victory and twenty sixteen amid his promises of protecting jobs and keeping factories open. Now, a lot of people talk about how the Trump basis, the Trump base and no one's ever gonna defect from down from ever. But when you go back to twenty sixteen you look at those seventy seven thousand votes, it cost three key states. When you look at the over performance, Donald Trump had states like Indiana and Ohio, and those swing states. He narrowly eked out. The question is are some of those voters for play and what would it look like if they were willing to listen or vote for another candidate? It's the reason I think that Elizabeth Warren wants to coop. Some of the central economic rhetoric of Donald Trump, Donald Trump came to places like Fort Wayne, and all through the industrial, west and said, I'm going to be your protector and fighter to keep jobs here. We'll just in the last day, swing through the industrial midwest Elizabeth Warren has unveiled yet another new plan this one geared towards what she calls, economic patriotism and attempt to kind of recast, some of the Trumpian appeals to people's material interests in many of the places the country that have seen manufacturing go away and economic stagnation set in, and with that, I'd like to introduce tonight's guest center with wars. It's good to see you the folks in this room. I say very excited to see you well, during all of them. So here's here's a question that I got from we went back and forth, people we said, where, where would you like to do at townhall? We'd like Tom with you. And you guys that we media. Yeah. Are we? We're in Fort Wayne, Indiana, because people in Indiana understand jobs. They understand how you build an economy that doesn't just work for thin slice at the top, but in a Konomi that works for everyone, but people in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Also understand that living it to a handful of giant multinational corporations to build our economy, just even working those big corporations have any loyalty to America. They're not have any loyalty to American workers..
Quoting Lincoln, Mattis signs off as secretary of defense
"Defense secretary. Jim Mattis said goodbye to his employees at the Pentagon on his last day or them to stay focused on their mission. It a farewell message to defense. Implies Mattis quotes from a letter president Lincoln wrote to general Ulysses s grad during the civil wars waning days. Let nothing which is transpiring change hinder or delay, your military movements or plans Mattis resigned over President Trump's decision to pull US troops from Syria in his letter badass rights. He's confident defense department employees will remain undistracted from their sworn mission and will work alongside allies Mattis will transfer authority to deputy Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan in a phone. Call later
"president lincoln" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"A gap in your teeth. Your mattress forget bed. Pass that out the day. And that lady said, you know, I think almost are passing it around. Okay. Apparently, he has a gap in his teeth as well. So he's trying to make some solidarity with her. And since the meeting several city and county officials have called on clamped to resign. Now, the background is important and background is always important. But apparently, he's made some bad comments before that have also been on tape, for instance. He said he was complaining about the doctor king national holiday. And yeah, he said not everybody does the mall following the national holidays because we have Robert E Lee who God, Robert E Lee wonderful part of history. Loops. Clem said speaking of the commander of the confederate states army. Well, not only overall commander at the end. For the army northern Virginia. Says we don't have George Washington anymore. He may be removed anyway because he had slaves. According to the Kansas City star Clem said is great grandfather owned slaves. Oh, that's a reason to fire him and president Lincoln's legacy wouldn't be fully realized because of the outcome of the civil war. In other words, he kind of wishes that had gone the other way, he also took umbrage with the fact that king had a federal holiday ultimate self out. George Washington had to share president's day with the other presidents. The colored Clinton acknowledged afterward after he got criticized for those comments those comments about the holiday schedule were disappointing and lacking in clarity. Okay. But these were comments that were made a while ago and using the term master race just using that term, even in a a purportedly humorous way. Does that really indicate a Nazi tinged comment? Don't really think. So. Meanwhile, just a little bit more of President Trump with Chris Wallace on Fox News talking about the election. Just give you a little sample of his analysis. We'll come back to that in just a moment. But. Look the biggest movie released.
"president lincoln" Discussed on WBAI
"You? I did my reading this morning about Gettysburg and president Lincoln and after launch I did arithmetic or that's good Martin. I'll miss you school every day. Someone asked me when you're coming back. I wished Morrow. Did you do today? Well, dog went out this morning. He must ran through Mr. McGuinness cornfield thingies code, and he crossed over the creek in the ravine and ran through the cemetery. Again, how do you know he was in the cemetery because he came back with a purple pedal from for MRs Rose's Hinshaw put his grace. He mom says she's been dead for playing years every week. Mr. Hamshaw goes to the cemetery inputs roses there. Well, I guess he loved her very much. Yeah. And I love Don if he ever died I could roses on his grave. I'm sure you would. Awesome by. Yes. Martin as a matter of fact, I do. You do have a fiance, and I love him to very much. Do you know we're going to get married in December. And then I'll be a real MRs. Well, I think you know, Joe Higgins. Okay. Baseball team. Did you see, oh, he's a lovely man. And I'm glad he asked me to marry him. Maybe if you're able to you can come to the wedding. It's going to be in the white shirt. Shop in the hollow dog needs to walk through the woods there. Hey, Joe Higgins here for you. All thank you. I asked him to pick me up here. I'll have to go now. Martin with lots of shopping to do. That's all right mistake. Could you bring kill with you tomorrow? Of course, I will maybe you can talk about next season. Bring some cupcakes orange one. All right. We gotta get going stores will close in two hours. Look spacing body could catch his desk tonight. I was doing well. He's a fighter. Sure here. Thank you. Let me visit him next time. Okay. All right. See you tomorrow under plan to make him some cupcake definitely want to be in on that action. Mighty. What do you say we hit Mason's first? Then Basildon short fine. Joe bridesmaids said they'd pay for their own dresses. Hey, that's great. Joe? Are you really going to have one of those achey bachelor tastes Marianne is traditional? I still can't believe it just two months away. Give me a gift. You'll be careful. That guy. Martin. Honey as mistake. No martin. She's not coming. Honey. Teacher.
"president lincoln" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"And yes, and it happened the same week that president Lincoln signed the emancipation proclamation. Yes, that's don't know. That's teach. Yeah, so so you were just talking. So this took along this was this. This emerged to patients writing all of this. Yeah, just. Absolutely. I just think what the excerpt you read explains it best. I think that I've learned through writing the reward and the joy that comes out of just being really patient with a piece and patient with yourself. I think at least for me, the imagination. Is something that I have to really respect like its own little person. And so I can't demand too much of it. Sometimes I have to let let it take a rest and then come back and being conversation with it again, so, but it's a beautiful process that I've learned, you know, through writing. Yeah. I three. Anything else you wanna say about batter about being Huma, nor. You don't have to human. Let's question. Yeah, it is a big question. I think no. I mean, I think it's maybe to question. Well, anyway, I did actually, you did. You did address it and beautiful way. So I'd love for you. I think maybe let's read thirty eight last very long, but on your voice be. Tired glittery I was looking at page sixty four. Whereas I did not desire childhood and also page sixty five, which was your father's. Which was another. You know, part of the way you also reflected on what an apology is is about your experience. A really big apology that came from your father. And I, I, I think that we don't often enough. Value the intelligence. We have about something like an apology. Even if we're thinking about that as public work, the intelligence that we have from our personal experiences, we don't understand that translates to. So anyway, those were the two. I was wondering if you'd read them and then thirty s and then you could say a little bit about each of them if you went to before you start. Okay. Well, yeah, I actually would. I might mention that the piece about my father, the apology. He gave me, I really do actually consider that almost the heart of this whole response. And I think. I think the reason is I think it was the most effective and the most miraculous apology that I'd ever received in my life. I think now I should clarify before, say anything that my dad and I have a pretty good relationship. No, we, you know, keep in touch and visit and text and call each other. But when I was younger, he wasn't around a lot. He had a lot going on in his life so that created a great emptiness and you know, all kinds of. So I had a lot of. A lot of stuff I was carrying around with me. And when I was in my twenties, he came to visit one time and unexpectedly. I didn't even know he was going to Paul it. I mean, I didn't know. But unexpectedly he sitting at breakfast with me and apologized for not being there. And I think there was something. In the way he said it. He cried when he said it and I could feel it. No, I could physically feel that he meant it. And really, and I can say this to this day in that moment, all of it was gone. Like all that stuff I had been carrying around it just it was gone. It was lifted. I feel in many ways we started new from now point on, you know, I, I really have not had been need to go back and rehash things with him. And so on. You know, we started a a from that place forward. We've. Known each other in a different way. So anyway, that that one I hit that. Okay..
Senator John McCain, Brad Kavanagh Menendez and Senator Bob Menendez discussed on 24 Hour News
"Thousands, of people continue to file past the casket that Senator John McCain at this hour his. Body lying in state at the capitol in. Washington DC and joining us from Washington is Sherry, the light, draped casket was carried up the steps of the capitol and taken into the rotunda now lying on what's known at the Lincoln catafalque wooden structure that was constructed for president Lincoln's funeral there is a memorial service, that will be held with. Members, of congress and vice President Mike Pence will speak he. Of course is the president of the Senate. Then the public will be allowed in and we'll be allowed, to pay their respects for about seven hours or maybe longer if there are more, people waiting to go by memorial services for the Senator will continue. Tomorrow his body will be taken to Washington National cathedral with stop first. At the Vietnam veterans Memorial where we understand his wife will. Lay a wreath and then at Washington National cathedral we will have comments by two former. Presidents George W Bush. And, Barack Obama, both personal requests by mister McCain, earlier this year and phone calls to the two men and then after those services he will be buried on Sunday at. The cemetery at the naval academy in Annapolis next to a lifelong friend of his yes Admiral. Larson and Jerry understand that Senator McCain really took the lead on planning all of this Indeed he. Did earlier this year when, when he realized that the end of his life was near Senator McCain sat down with aids and started to put together, exactly, what, he wanted for his funeral in six ordinary blender someone thank you have a
Conan O'Brien Is Headed To Japan To Visit 'Conan Town'
"Your day. American comedian late night, TV host, Conan O'Brien, and Akiko Matsumoto who is the mayor of ho Kway in Tony prefecture have been having some fun with each other over the air over the past week. They've been sparring over the fact that Hoke away is popularly known as Conan town because it is the birthplace of detective. Conan detective Conan is the star of a very popular Japanese anime and Mungo of the same name upset over his second-place billion Japan O'Brien called out the city on his TV show demanding three trillion yen. Three trillion yen is about two hundred seven. Ninety billion dollars for the appropriation of his name, though O'Brien show is relatively unknown. Here in Japan. Matsumoto responded on the city's official Facebook page, thanking O'Brien for introducing ho Kway to the world as you would do. The message also said, if you want the money come visit Hokuto responding a Brian says he wants more than just the three trillion yen and he laid out three additional conditions. One a building named after him to a key to the city, three plus a key to the homes of everyone who lives within twenty miles are about thirty two kilometers of Conan town. Well, it doesn't stop there. Then it was the mayor's turn to respond, not to Moto informed O'Brien that well, Japan doesn't have a custom of giving keys to the city that he wanted his face next to president Lincoln on mount Rushmore and his own star on the Hollywood walk of fame. He also wanted Brian to bring fifteen thousand American hamburgers with him when it comes to visit well, to put a pin in this story O'Brien, intern replied that he was indeed coming to totally next week. So we'll see what happens there. We don't know whether he'll get the three billion yen and as for the hamburgers. Yeah, I know you thinking how he's going to do that. The comedian said since he doesn't know how each resident of Conan town once there Patty cooked. Instead, he'll simply have an American cow airdrop. Opt into Tottori and the locals can grill it up. However, they like stay tuned for what should be an amusing visit, and perhaps the largest barbecue to toy prefecture has ever seen. Japan today readers, thankfully were also amused Smith in Japan, says, the mayor seems a good sport about it, but he can't even come close to rivalling Conan in challenges dares or fun, but I could see Conan going over there with his burgers for sure. And that would be funny, no doubt the mayor would smile, give him a sash and they would indeed put a pickup of Conan's somewhere all in good fun, valid valid point. But I think Matsumoto's doing well. Harry got dole ads. Good to see that mayor. Matsumoto has a sense of humor, a rare condition among Japanese local officials.
"president lincoln" Discussed on TechStuff
"To make movements more smooth and natural and less just on off or jerky you didn't want your your positions all be one or two you wanted to have a range especially once he started to get to larger figures human sized figures so to do that they need to create systems that could respond to variable voltage increasing or decreasing the voltage would act vate the complex movements so instead of going from one to two you could adjust the voltage slightly make move from one to one point three or one point seven in you're not going all the way to your final possible position and that ended up creating a much greater range of movements performers would use either potentiate mentor joystick for every single joint to send varying voltages to the control system for that joint or later on they created harnesses harnesses where able to capture more complicated coordinated movements by measuring voltage changes at all of the different various joints otherwise doing something seemingly as simple as making the figure lifting arm and point with its hand would be incredibly difficult because every single joint needed its own control system under the potential matre joystick approach and you had to coordinate all of that correctly right you couldn't just have one person move the arm and then rewind it back and then try to move the wrist and then try and move the hand all that was really complicated so once you rehearsal this whether it was with the joysticks or with harness you would then record this in the form of audio tones overlaid on thirty five millimeter film stock and each joint would take up a real fell and then all the reels would be recorded to a master tape lincoln would use both the potential matre approach and the harness approach they got an actor named royal dano to provide the voice for abraham lincoln that would actually get some criticism later on where people said that his voice was not appropriate for president lincoln because lincoln's voice was said to have kind of a high tenor pitch to it and royal dana's voice had a lower pitch to it but you know the some people argue that that was a a show stopper and other people say it was wasn't such a big deal near mileage berries one story does say that during an early trial run of the show one of the hydraulic hoses inside the lincoln figure ruptured the valve itself actually broke and that red hydraulic fluid began to leak out and stain lincoln's shirt prompting why the guests to joke that perhaps they were commemorating lincoln's assassination which did not make walt disney laugh he then told his team to switch to clear hydraulic fluid which they did from that point forward then there were ties when the valves didn't operate properly they would cause the figure jerk around unpredictably which put more pressure on the rest of the system the technical issues forced the team to delay the opening of the lincoln exhibit at the new york world's fair for about two weeks while they worked out all the bugs but when it did open it was so convincing that some people were certain that the figure was a human actor in costume and not an audio animatronic figure now when we come back i'll tell the rest of this story as well as what has happened since mr lincoln debuted at disneyland but first let's take.
"president lincoln" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"The day as you mentioned on june nineteenth when enslaved people in the state of texas were finally informed that they had been freed after the end of the civil war and some people talk about this as being two years too late because they think about the emancipation proclamation which was issued by lincoln president lincoln at the time for january first of eighteen sixty three and that proclamation stated that all enslaved people in the states everybody would be free if they had not come back to the union inflate people in texas did not learn of their freedom until june nineteenth and that's why we sell operate it on this day why didn't those in texas here about it why didn't they know about it sooner many of their enslavers chose not to tell them they chose to keep living and to keep functioning in a system of slavery that was known before the war and also you know for some of them an number of other southern slaveholders believed that lincoln wasn't there president so they didn't have to respond to the emancipation proclamation it was not their objective or duty to freely enslaved well here's some sound from this june eighteenth celebration even though the union army general gordon granger announced the total emancipation of slaves in eighteen sixty five in galveston texas it wasn't fully recognized as a holiday in the state until nineteen seventynine here's doug matthews coordinator of the galveston june teeth coalition on american history tv this is from two thousand fifteen describing how.
"president lincoln" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Selling clothing i wanted to leave you at the time of the president lincoln's reminds us that what we do in life no matter who we are counts every effect said the president must have its kohl's the past is the causes of the present and the president will be the course of the future all these links in the endless chain stretching from the finite to the infinite thank you and thank you for being with us this morning from earlier today at the national portrait gallery here in washington the washington dc see the official unveiling of and michelle obama's portrait's we heard from david scored in the smithsonian secretary and kim sajik from the national portrait gallery we heard from the former president former first lady themselves and the artists amy cheryl and in day widely the 'cspan radio wc spf bfm washington to me this is a very very sexy subject the media this and find it section i find it sexy because i was always a builder i always knew how to build on time on budget and that's what we want here one of the reasons we liked the publicprivate is we'll get some of that involved in getting these things done quickly much more rapidly than you would get him done as the government as good as some of these governments or so of i very much appreciate that bill but the tennessee israeli keeping up the doing a good job i look at some numbers yesterday in the julie really doing jeff the president speaking to the tennessee governor today at the white house releasing his.
"president lincoln" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Two thousand nine the national academy of sciences which is an independent agency that advises combrick congress on scientific issue established by president lincoln uh came out with a scathing report saying that you know look what convicting all these people these forensics are a big problem they need to be validated they either we look at the begin on the conclusions the scientists you're sitting to a quarter overblown um and you know really nothing been done at the at the end of the obama administration we started seeing some advances they set up a commission a federal commission to study this and try to approve for index uh but trump in sessions came in and killed it um so you know it's it's really shocking it's one of those situations where what the public believe and what the truth is are a complete disconnect um and you know we're still using these like outdated unreliable junk faezeh selected it thirty in many cases a shocking ruined and you know what people need to understand to uh not that i want everybody walking round paranoid they're going to be convicted for something but if you go over to to a friend's house you know you you you get a drink you have fingerprints on a cup you touch their doorknob you touch a door anything in the bathroom your fingerprints of their your footprints are there so as you point out forensic science is not always accurate because everywhere you go everywhere everyone goes you're leaving some kind of thing bind maybe it's a stray hair may be you know it's a footprint or a fingerprint so we do have to have our law enforcement officials do their due diligence on this in may sure that okay will this person had a gathering of we've got 25 peoples a fingerprints here not everybody here is a suspect so so that's that's one aspect of it let me to tell you up and out but i think you might find it we we give even like fingerprint sort of like the imf of approval as if it reliable uh by confirmation by the fact logical southbound i talk about quite a bit and really played you part brent the colleges out of.
"president lincoln" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Twenty one minutes after the hour will go back to your the very last words of senator jeff flake announcing that his senate service will conclude with the conclusion of his term next january here is x and shared values comedy and good faith we must argue our positions fervently and never be afraid to compromise we must assume the best of our fellow man and always look for the good until that day comes we must be unafraid to stand up and speak out as if our country depends on it because it does i plan to spend the remaining fourteen months of my senate turned doing just that mr president the graveyard is full of indispensable men and women none of us here is indispensable nor were even the great figures of history who toil that these very desk in this very chamber to shape the country that we have inherited what is indispensable are the values that they consecrated in philadelphia and in this place values which have endured and will undo her for so long as men in women wished to remain free what is indispensable is what we do here in defence of those values a political career does not mean much if we are complicit in undermining these values i thank my colleagues for indulging me here today i will close by borrowing the words of president lincoln who knew more about healthy enmity and preserving our founding values than any other american who has ever lived his words from his first inaugural were a prayer in his time and are now no less and ours we are not enemies but friends we must not be enemies though passion may have strained it must not break the bonds of our affection the mystic cords of memory will swell win again touched as surely as they will be by the better angels of our nature thank you mr president i you'll before that was at the junior senator of arizona jeff flake making the surprise announcement and it was a surprise that he will not be running for reelection he was in the midst of the campaign for reelection that was going to be very difficult for him he's already been challenged by one primary opponent for the senate seat narrow zona that primary opponents senator kelley ward i am almost certain we'll have another republican.
"president lincoln" Discussed on WGTK
"I hear the english that were spoken normally in america likely the president lincoln zingg yes you realize the deterioration of the the we speak in such simpler perot's today it was there was such a a beauty to the to the phraseology of the time and it continued uh for so long if you read what kids had to read in this is what they read today what they had to write what they have to know but anyway that is as i said apparently medical statement jacksonville florida and lorry hello lorry dennis prager how're you i'm well thank you good here's my question and i'll tell you i ask i'm probably inactivate to america and without and we not a very good on voted any there my my question is how it could objective of destroying a jewish state any different from destroying arab islamic state and i ask the guys in the usa any quote unquote religious eight separate from government angered the founding document shift work crazy go in the bill of rights aggrey exist now which had to be more specifically written when it came to the right wicked drafted which at draft functional subjugation and slavery and now we're not real good on a limitation could probation because with the war on drugs basically are we had put them in jail and make grim go to work at second factory port for four for will all right i'll pay all right i don't know park you had to do our all right hold on i don't know what that had to do the first part by the way nobody is nobody is attempting to destroy any islamic state so that there is no parallel if somebody if if there were as it was there were a worldwide attempt to destroy that egypt i would be as opposed to it as i am a worldwide attempt to destroy israel will be back in a moment eight.
"president lincoln" Discussed on WGTK
"Left intimidate doesn't responded intimidates it's a very big efforts between responding and intimidating some of the president wasn't even the president with general kelly who were very touching almost tearjerking announcement bear that he had made but he he was very contemptuous of the of the black congresswoman did mention she's black didn't even mention her name but it doesn't matter there's nothing there's nothing at the president done anything else would you still would have been attacked listen to this is the best this is the this is bill maher and uh he cites e quotes reach from the statement made by president lincoln to a fast they're husband in some in battle and it is a phenomenal statement but i have she had lost five sons whoa did you move an afp she lost five sons while war was that it was in the civil war the of course of the wall could have been listen to that listened to president lincoln but this is bill maher citing president lincoln of course positively but it's ironic for the reasons them and after you hear the reading here's bill maher earls i wanna read something of its quoting abraham lincoln because in a week that wilders ira remember this it was in my favorite movies saving private ryan and this is a letter that abraham lincoln i think we can show it but i'll read it if we can it is i feel how weak and fruitless must be any word of mine which attempted the guy or you from the grief of a lost so overwhelming but i cannot refrain from ten to consolation that may be found in the thanks of the republic they died the save i pray that our heavenly father may have sways the anguish of your bereavement view only the charge rush memory of the love than lost and the solemn fried that must be yours twelve blades so costliest sacrifice upon the altar of i think that's how you do it we don't expect the i think the per if president trump had said something analogous he would have been attacked first of all there's no doubt in my mind that he would have been a because you juicers don't do that today emilio might be a violation of separation of.
"president lincoln" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly
"Candle campaign drop it in oh there's little moment that i thought was i i interpreted as possible sell flexing of bit of writing speaking of copy is there an advance on a speech to the teachers an advance copy of text you must be now can you tell us and i thought this might be something that i wonder if someone asked aaron you know can i have next recovery the script yield like a few days early and tireless positive one that is yeah very possible debbie federer she gets it right president bartlett yes president arsenic it's a thin hook on which to hang his decision to hire a right it's a it 'cause i'm sure some assassin and one point is said john votes booth might is that i'm going to kill president lincoln french you called me president lincoln join me for the theater tonight to suit really makes sense but still kinda like the moment and i like the shot of her standing there are like her current of exultation at the end when she gets the job because she's been so buttoned up earlier in the episode she has moment where she dries bruno review comments on her name being assertive but it was a funnel pot how funny extras to go she so dry she doesn't respond at all hit so it's kind of fun to see her clincher fists in victory and i like her admission to charlie how can i talked to.
"president lincoln" Discussed on WDRC
"The first coast to coast telegraph message went out today in eighteen sixty one the first telegram was from a san francisco judge to president lincoln the first person to go over niagara falls in a barrel in survive took the plunge today in 1901 and it was a woman on sixty two year old anna taylor was strapped into a leather harness inside a wooden fickle barrel born on this day author sarah joseph a hail what did she write a children's rhyme so wellknown that it was the first thing inventor thomas edison ever recorded also born today actors f marie abraham and kevin kline and musician the big bopper i'm mitch davis in that's your on this date update the only so talking about genetic in politics cg ave hill with gala follow the talk of connecticut eight eight eight five seven four to seven to three is our telephone number let's go to john in hartford welcome to see on the hill john garang good morning barema ugly ornament could are burn uh the who into that i've been very hookers school i don't know if you've ever done it our aim groundbreaking and deep throw on human proper again prostitution or put another but i do for the mood your fast growing by an element quiet up there with the drug are among the ground kadhamy and i'd been we are the country werleigh if not on top of the issue i picked away it i picked the way we should be i do not fully our economic sei to all prostitution to opera nagasaki cumin like soccer ticket would have thought somewhat alguwwat i guess you can almost be a chemical in ballot gordy to drive and the closure that people get engaging in dole's lobov no olympic thumb activity prostitution and film part of our country has been in a legal i wag elated bomb he has also been are regulated and i think worth it had been that our our that we have been an in to beat it up uh bag the board com beast article area uh prostitution pornography and talk with him if we now at i've tried actually do assure on this particular carpet welcome reunited about.
"president lincoln" Discussed on WGN Radio
"That one eighteen 64 this time in eighteen 64 president lincoln formalise tablets thanksgiving is a national holiday he did it right now in the middle of october to give people often we the initial holiday and during the middle of the civil war yet yeah eighteen 64 everybody could ease the dea back then they shook data yes his gate but you can go ahead and vote go ahead good buddy seventy years ago yesterday yup chuck yegor broke the sound barrier for the first time while nineteen forty seven that's when that was seventy years ago yep while very cool sorry dave has a clip la la no clip recovering that no i do recall i dunno in third or fourth grade and it was going to occur right during the time we would have our morning recess holds school everybody was all excited because we were told that somebody wasn't yegor it was somebody else somebody in this area was going to attempt to break the sound barrier and it you know you could hear this bobo yet and we were all outside on the playground running around waiting for sure enough there was a disaster by ten thirty in the morning or so cool that was a long time to adapt what i say cover delicate how would you did dacre accorded for the kids guarded for the kids alleged i get i like it is this nerd with the tape recorder speaking of kids aidid's 73 pt barnum introduced the greatest show on earth which is of course no god they've sadly as as talk about that with uh some some guys yesterday gave me the circus is still around but but the original v out right is gone nineteen ten other philadelphia a's beat the chicago cubs four games to one in the seventh world series there was a nineteen ten 1941 walt disney's double was released fifty seven jailhouse rock starring elvis presley open let's listen as you know this young man you heard about him than any star personality in the modern entertainment world yet here is an elvis presley you've never seen before jill house right there ninety 57 boy i was really of and they'll how's that great but that was the beginning the very beginning of elvis presley was fifty six fifty seven before he bright and uh uh well let's see a hound dog tank 1950 see us yeah that was.
"president lincoln" Discussed on WJR 760
"Do have a few theories jim rupe reports fbi special agent aaron rouse says they're working each and every one of those theories however we must focus on facts we can act given to conjecture truly cannot respond to every little twitter feed in other words they're not telling us the working theories we do know that the shooter's livein girlfriend is cooperating but it's unclear what she's told them and they're talking with others including people overseas and there following several the wake of that shooting house minority leader nancy pelosi vows she will not rest until worse acts on gun control president lincoln he said public sentiment is everything and this is time for public raring to land and we just have to keep persisting because we have these moments at friday length and certainly wanna be prayerful and respect china moment firing that people are impatient to vat and want action to tump senators on the intelligence committee say they still have more work to do on their investigation into russian meddling interviewed more than one hundred witnesses gotten thousands of documents the senate intelligence committee chaired by north carolina's richard burr is far from winding down its probe of russia's efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election the issue of collusion is still open we continue to investigate both intelligence and witnesses someone from facebook is set to testify in coming weeks amid charges the social media site did not vet ads allegedly placed by russians targeting voters in twenty one states including several won by president trump by close margins the committee would prefer facebook make the ads public bob costantini capitol hill schumer among those calling on the trump administration to correct out on foreign factories using north korean laborers to process americans seafood because those profits being used for the north korean.
"president lincoln" Discussed on KOMO
"It's first lie good morning to you we're going to get to the forecast in a couple of minutes first of all it's thirteen past the hour friday september 22nd first day of fall was on this day in 1962 that bob dylan made his first appearance at new york's carnegie hall is bang in in his don't ask now wait and you're not bob dylan's you're not but yet out here not bob dylan you're just lying to us it's in sixteen ninety two eight people were hang for witchcraft in salem massachusetts the last hangings of the salem witch trials eighteen 62 president lincoln issued the preliminary emancipation proclamation stating that all slaves in rebel states would be free as of january 1st eighteen 63 1960 one president kennedy signed the act that established the peace corps and ninthseed oh three italo mark yo they got a patent for the ice cream cones probably like a waffle cone right now they're wafer cones of flat bottoms chocolatecoated cones ice cream cones scholars than there are some say edible cones were mentioned in french cookbooks as early as eighteen 25 1940s the soviet union exploded its first successful atomicbomb nineteen 75 sara jane more tried to shoot president ford outside a hotel in san francisco and the number one song that day was by david bowie mm faye by david bowie number one for a week on billboard magazine's hot one hundred than those are some of the things that happened on past september twenty seconds it's fifteen past the hour accu weather meteorologist deemed the war checks in now and there are still some rough weather in the tropics today on dean and indeed and we continue to watch maria pool away from the dominican republic battering turks and caicos right now and it's going to head to the eastern side of the behaving in islands split they're still getting heavy rain this morning in the dominican republic we could see it will maybe another six eight nine inches of rain there that's what legal is still getting yesterday the on the backside of the storm they could see showers still today another one two three inches is the absolute devastation nece starts to get tried to get cleaned up in puerto rico now where does it go from their questions are does it hang out along the coast stay off.
"president lincoln" Discussed on The Big Listen
"And then to paraphrase president lincoln the war came john mel welcome to the big listen thank you so much all right so at the beginning of all of your shows you ask your guest is depression funny and i'm gonna ask you that is depression funny oh i think it'll areas obviously given the the neighbor my show i think it's i think it's very funny because it is so ridiculous it's like a toddler that has taken control of a car it throws tantrums it demands to be noticed an an has no idea how to operate the vehicle ied the brain itself that its operating sure it's going to plough into you know a community centers it's going to be disastrous for all involved but you can't help but admit that the situation is so ridiculous that that it is clearly comic yeah yeah it's also i mean a baby behind the wheels kinda kill you know it's it's it's it's adorable so what is your particular interest in depression well i when i was starting to think of this show kinda looked at what was in the pantry that i could cook for dinner so to speak and i've been obsessed with comedy from a very very young age like you know sneaking out to the living room to watch saturday night live and i was like six and since since bout middle school i have been dealing with depression and i didn't know that's what it was early on um but i dealt with it for a long time to varying degrees of success before finally getting a diagnosis and getting on a treatment plant so it seemed like a a natural joining together and i was really motivated to and i haven't talked about this on the show but in two thousand seven my brother killed himself after dealing with what we.