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"president millard" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

04:07 min | 9 months ago

"president millard" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"During Taylor's presidency sectional tensions over the Question Question of slavery reached a boiling point for many southern men like Alexander. Stevens Robert Tombs enough was enough Stevens. ENTOMBS would become leaders in the section enlist movement in the south. They would push for secession and they would go on to become vice. President Secretary of State of the confederacy Zachary Taylor had hoped to cool the growing tensions over slavery and unite the country round his presidency. He would never get the chance in July of eighteen fifty just sixteen months into his term tragedy would strike on July fourth day after Stevens. ENTOMBS barged into Taylor's office. The president returned to the White House. After a long day of glad-handing public appearances and a visit to the site of what would become the Washington monument thirsty and hungry tailored drink water if legends to be believed eight a Big Bowl of cherries to satisfy his empty stomach not long after he fell. Ill racked by sharp abdominal pain. Five days later. The Baltimore Sun reported on Taylor's condition. We regret to learn that the indisposition President Taylor yesterday assumed alarming character the next day the Sun announced the tragic news of Taylor's death riding the the nation will mourn the departure of a hero and patriot. Sonko Taylor's final words. I am ready to meet death. I have endeavoured faithfully discharge my duty. I'm sorry to leave my friends three days later. The Sun's reporting took on a conspiratorial tone. One dispatch read. There were other causes besides merely eating king and drinking that operated fatally upon his system. The Sun reported that on July third to southern L. trysts barge into Taylor's chambers and threatened him the insinuation relation with clear Taylor had been assassinated if not by Stevens entombs directly then by friends of the southern 'cause though most contemporaries rejected the notion. That Taylor Taylor had been assassinated. A cloud of suspicion hung over his death for well over a century in one thousand nine hundred ninety one. Taylor's body was zoomed and examined by the State of Kentucky. Medical Medical Examiner. Put the question to rest concluding it is my opinion that President Zachary Taylor was not poisoned. After Taylor's tragic death the Baltimore Sun wrote of his successor. Mr Fillmore brings to the chair of office. A wealth of experience judgment in consummate prudence Millard fillmore. The often mocked comptroller from New York would need every ounce of judgment and prudence he could muster to prevent the fracturing country from tearing itself apart during Phil More Time in the White House sectional tensions over the issue of slavery only interest fill more would try to forge consensus between the two warring factions but his attempts to bring the two sides together would only push the nation in closer to the brink of civil war next on wicked game the election of eighteen fifty to the compromise of eighteen fifty signed signed into law by President Millard. Fillmore further divides divided nation and leaves both parties searching for new leaders. Don't miss a single week of our march from seventeen eighty nine to twenty twenty hit the subscribe buttoning your podcast APP now. This show is supported by you. Our listeners please give us a rating leave. A review at the single legal best way to help this show grow is to tell others share with your friends and family and find us on social media and wicked game pot. And I'm at Lindsey Graham another way to support this show is to go to wicked game. PODCAST DOT COM members. There get early access to add free episodes as well as bonus content only available to subscribers find find out more at wicked game. PODCAST DOT COM Nevada reenactments in most cases. We can't know exactly what was said but everything in our show is heavily researched based on surviving surviving historical documents. We could game is an airship production created hosted and executive produced by meet. Lindsey Graham sound design by Derek Barons Co executive produced by by Stephen Walters in association with ritual productions written and researched by John. Paul Green and Stephen Walters fact checking Greg Jackson and Seattle Salazar from the podcast history. History that doesn't suck music by Lindsey Graham distributed by wondering..

President Zachary Taylor ENTOMBS Lindsey Graham Stevens Millard fillmore president Baltimore White House Robert Tombs abdominal pain President Millard Medical Medical Examiner Stephen Walters Washington Kentucky executive Derek Barons Co Paul Green comptroller
"president millard" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

04:07 min | 9 months ago

"president millard" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"During Taylor's presidency sectional tensions over the Question Question of slavery reached a boiling point for many southern men like Alexander. Stevens Robert Tombs enough was enough Stevens. ENTOMBS would become leaders in the section enlist movement in the south. They would push for secession and they would go on to become vice. President Secretary of State of the confederacy Zachary Taylor had hoped to cool the growing tensions over slavery and unite the country round his presidency. He would never get the chance in July of eighteen fifty just sixteen months into his term tragedy would strike on July fourth day after Stevens. ENTOMBS barged into Taylor's office. The president returned to the White House. After a long day of glad-handing public appearances and a visit to the site of what would become the Washington monument thirsty and hungry tailored drink water if legends to be believed eight a Big Bowl of cherries to satisfy his empty stomach not long after he fell. Ill racked by sharp abdominal pain. Five days later. The Baltimore Sun reported on Taylor's condition. We regret to learn that the indisposition President Taylor yesterday assumed alarming character the next day the Sun announced the tragic news of Taylor's death riding the the nation will mourn the departure of a hero and patriot. Sonko Taylor's final words. I am ready to meet death. I have endeavoured faithfully discharge my duty. I'm sorry to leave my friends three days later. The Sun's reporting took on a conspiratorial tone. One dispatch read. There were other causes besides merely eating king and drinking that operated fatally upon his system. The Sun reported that on July third to southern L. trysts barge into Taylor's chambers and threatened him the insinuation relation with clear Taylor had been assassinated if not by Stevens entombs directly then by friends of the southern 'cause though most contemporaries rejected the notion. That Taylor Taylor had been assassinated. A cloud of suspicion hung over his death for well over a century in one thousand nine hundred ninety one. Taylor's body was zoomed and examined by the State of Kentucky. Medical Medical Examiner. Put the question to rest concluding it is my opinion that President Zachary Taylor was not poisoned. After Taylor's tragic death the Baltimore Sun wrote of his successor. Mr Fillmore brings to the chair of office. A wealth of experience judgment in consummate prudence Millard fillmore. The often mocked comptroller from New York would need every ounce of judgment and prudence he could muster to prevent the fracturing country from tearing itself apart during Phil More Time in the White House sectional tensions over the issue of slavery only interest fill more would try to forge consensus between the two warring factions but his attempts to bring the two sides together would only push the nation in closer to the brink of civil war next on wicked game the election of eighteen fifty to the compromise of eighteen fifty signed signed into law by President Millard. Fillmore further divides divided nation and leaves both parties searching for new leaders. Don't miss a single week of our march from seventeen eighty nine to twenty twenty hit the subscribe buttoning your podcast APP now. This show is supported by you. Our listeners please give us a rating leave. A review at the single legal best way to help this show grow is to tell others share with your friends and family and find us on social media and wicked game pot. And I'm at Lindsey Graham another way to support this show is to go to wicked game. PODCAST DOT COM members. There get early access to add free episodes as well as bonus content only available to subscribers find find out more at wicked game. PODCAST DOT COM Nevada reenactments in most cases. We can't know exactly what was said but everything in our show is heavily researched based on surviving surviving historical documents. We could game is an airship production created hosted and executive produced by meet. Lindsey Graham sound design by Derek Barons Co executive produced by by Stephen Walters in association with ritual productions written and researched by John. Paul Green and Stephen Walters fact checking Greg Jackson and Seattle Salazar from the podcast history. History that doesn't suck music by Lindsey Graham distributed by wondering..

President Zachary Taylor ENTOMBS Lindsey Graham Stevens Millard fillmore president Baltimore White House Robert Tombs abdominal pain President Millard Medical Medical Examiner Stephen Walters Washington Kentucky executive Derek Barons Co Paul Green comptroller
"president millard" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

04:07 min | 9 months ago

"president millard" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"During Taylor's presidency sectional tensions over the Question Question of slavery reached a boiling point for many southern men like Alexander. Stevens Robert Tombs enough was enough Stevens. ENTOMBS would become leaders in the section enlist movement in the south. They would push for secession and they would go on to become vice. President Secretary of State of the confederacy Zachary Taylor had hoped to cool the growing tensions over slavery and unite the country round his presidency. He would never get the chance in July of eighteen fifty just sixteen months into his term tragedy would strike on July fourth day after Stevens. ENTOMBS barged into Taylor's office. The president returned to the White House. After a long day of glad-handing public appearances and a visit to the site of what would become the Washington monument thirsty and hungry tailored drink water if legends to be believed eight a Big Bowl of cherries to satisfy his empty stomach not long after he fell. Ill racked by sharp abdominal pain. Five days later. The Baltimore Sun reported on Taylor's condition. We regret to learn that the indisposition President Taylor yesterday assumed alarming character the next day the Sun announced the tragic news of Taylor's death riding the the nation will mourn the departure of a hero and patriot. Sonko Taylor's final words. I am ready to meet death. I have endeavoured faithfully discharge my duty. I'm sorry to leave my friends three days later. The Sun's reporting took on a conspiratorial tone. One dispatch read. There were other causes besides merely eating king and drinking that operated fatally upon his system. The Sun reported that on July third to southern L. trysts barge into Taylor's chambers and threatened him the insinuation relation with clear Taylor had been assassinated if not by Stevens entombs directly then by friends of the southern 'cause though most contemporaries rejected the notion. That Taylor Taylor had been assassinated. A cloud of suspicion hung over his death for well over a century in one thousand nine hundred ninety one. Taylor's body was zoomed and examined by the State of Kentucky. Medical Medical Examiner. Put the question to rest concluding it is my opinion that President Zachary Taylor was not poisoned. After Taylor's tragic death the Baltimore Sun wrote of his successor. Mr Fillmore brings to the chair of office. A wealth of experience judgment in consummate prudence Millard fillmore. The often mocked comptroller from New York would need every ounce of judgment and prudence he could muster to prevent the fracturing country from tearing itself apart during Phil More Time in the White House sectional tensions over the issue of slavery only interest fill more would try to forge consensus between the two warring factions but his attempts to bring the two sides together would only push the nation in closer to the brink of civil war next on wicked game the election of eighteen fifty to the compromise of eighteen fifty signed signed into law by President Millard. Fillmore further divides divided nation and leaves both parties searching for new leaders. Don't miss a single week of our march from seventeen eighty nine to twenty twenty hit the subscribe buttoning your podcast APP now. This show is supported by you. Our listeners please give us a rating leave. A review at the single legal best way to help this show grow is to tell others share with your friends and family and find us on social media and wicked game pot. And I'm at Lindsey Graham another way to support this show is to go to wicked game. PODCAST DOT COM members. There get early access to add free episodes as well as bonus content only available to subscribers find find out more at wicked game. PODCAST DOT COM Nevada reenactments in most cases. We can't know exactly what was said but everything in our show is heavily researched based on surviving surviving historical documents. We could game is an airship production created hosted and executive produced by meet. Lindsey Graham sound design by Derek Barons Co executive produced by by Stephen Walters in association with ritual productions written and researched by John. Paul Green and Stephen Walters fact checking Greg Jackson and Seattle Salazar from the podcast history. History that doesn't suck music by Lindsey Graham distributed by wondering..

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"president millard" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities

The Box Of Oddities

09:10 min | 1 year ago

"president millard" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities

"Then he started off again breaking into a run as past the sagging center. There was a band that played home sweet home as blondine reached the Canadian side. One man helped pull them ashore and exclaimed. I wouldn't look look anything like that again for a million dollars. Oh my goodness so blondine wasn't done after twenty minutes of rest. He began the journey you to the other side. He went back. Oh I didn't know that was part of the thing I didn't. I don't think anybody did but this time. He took one of those old fashioned. What do they call them. The BOURA type cameras all at the giant with the glass plate tape. Yeah yeah the big thing that you put over your head and stuff. He strapped one of those to his back and then he went out on the line again. He was out two hundred feet. He affixed is balancing pole to the cable. He untied the his load he he adjusted it in front of him and then he snaps pictures of the crowd on the American side he then took the camera apart. Put it back on his back back and then continued on his way the the Dow Entire Walk Bank took about a little over twenty minutes in blondine immediately announce an encore or performance that take place on the fourth of July. He wasn't done so wait. Was the band still playing the Motley crue song. No no they weren't playing the Motley cruised they had stopped at help him load the camera on his back okay because that's not a one man job obviously not would have been cooler taken like the first selfie. That's I was just thinking is that reminds me of like you know how this it's become very popular for artists to take fees from the stage with the audience in the background sounded like post on instagram or whatever that's kind of like what this was like he was he was really quite. The self promoter wasn't he was absolutely I love it. It's not everybody appreciated his antics. The New York Times condemned quote such reckless and aimless exposure of life life in the thoughtless people who enjoyed looking at this fellow creature in deadly peril. Mark Twain dismissed blondine as quote that adventurous ass well. I don't think that that coming from Mark Twain as necessarily a dismissal or even a criticism Mark Twain had a really interesting way of appreciating some people. Some people refused to believe their own is. They said it was a hoax even though they were there they watched it. They said No. That's a hoax. Wow it's fake news. Even though I stood would here in watched it myself and I saw the guy do it and there's a camera that shows that it happened or are pictures of it even from that that time period they refuse to believe it nevertheless on the fourth of July blondine appeared at the American end of the cable this time without is balancing pole halfway across. He laid down on the cable. He flipped himself over and began walking backward. He stopped stopped. He took out a flask of whiskey took a Swig of it and then made it safely to the Canadian side on the journey back getting being nervous. I'm getting nervous on the journey back. He wore a sack over his body which deprived him of any site. He couldn't see where he he was going wait so he was like like in a sack race but instead this acquis over the top of them. Yes wait how one reporter wrote good one can scarcely believe that the feet was indeed real stands gazing upon the slender cord and the awful Gulf in a state eight of utter bewilderment. I look back upon it as a dream. That's unbelievable but blondine wasn't done now. He announced subs- subsequent crossings promising that each would be more daring than the last on July fifteenth of that year. President Millard fillmore went to see him do this. You know I love me some Miller for more this time. Um you walk backwards to Canada all the way across in return to the US pushing a wheelbarrow full of strawberries are ever my favorite wheelbarrow. I I don't know what the balancing properties of strawberries would be so I think he would choose his produce carefully. Sham two weeks later he somersaulted somersaulted and then back flipped his way across he would occasionally pause and dangle from the cable by one hand after that he made another another crossing and after a brief rest appeared on the Canadian end of the cable carrying. Harry colored his manager clinging to his back. I thought that Harry colored must be some sort of like basket that I didn't know about but it's a man. It's a man now. He gave his manager. The following instructions quote look up Harry. You are no longer co cord. You are blondine until I clear this place. Be a part of me mind body and soul if sway sway with me do not attempt to do any balancing yourself if you do we will both go to our death who do this. I mean sure you know you're managing. The Guy and you wanted to be successful ramp but that's a lot of trust to put in someone else I mean blondine trust in coal or whatever his name is because you're natural instinct is to correct whatever never it is the tap like when you're in a boat or something and you're like Oh. I couldn't do it now. Of course no you wouldn't get anywhere near that rope. The thought of you getting your that rope is hilarious to me as they were walking across the rope. Some of the guy wires snapped along the way which made them sway even more and he had this guy on his back but they made it across another another time he crossed at night with a locomotive headlight affixed to either end of the cable again. It would make it harder again. This is according to Smithsonian magazine. He crossed with his body in shackles and other time he crossed carrying a table and chair he stopped in the middle and tried to sit and prop his feet up on the table but the chair tumbled into the water and blending almost followed but was able to regain his composure he sat on the cable and he ate a piece of cake and then he washed it down with champagne in one of his most famous exploits. He carried a stove and utensils on his back. He walked to the center of the AH the cable he stopped. He started a fire. He cooked an Omelette and then he lowered breakfast to passengers of the maid of the mist as not real. It is surreal photos of it. This guy performed in China Australia India all over Europe in eighteen eighty eight. He wanted to perform in central park. It was forbidden to he had to settle instead for Saint George in Staten Island. Although he was sixty five years old at that time he put his son and another man on his back walked out into the middle of the cable made omelets for the crowd and his final performance performance in eighteen ninety six they estimated he had crossed Niagara Falls about three hundred times. He had walked more than ten thousand miles on his rope. nope wow he made that walk no complications but he died of complications from diabetes probably from all those almonds can all. Let's give you diabetes. I mean Esso's anything. Can the key is moderation. He was seventy three years old. He never had life insurance. He said that no one would take the risk on him. Plus I mean wouldn't life insurance be like having a net however that is not the last time that somebody walked across a rope over Niagara Falls Nick will enda cross is Niagara Falls on June fifth twenty twelve. This was on a live. ABC special following a two year legal battle that involved both sides of the Canada the United States border to gain approval for his stunt. He was required in order for them to give him approval. He had to wear a safety harness of what he made it all the way across not a problem problem at all but did he make omelets. He did not make on. Let's probably carnage would have restricted his movement and one knows it's not easy to flip that Almond Omelet Omelet over without tearing it that's right and then the Fed I gets out and it just gets all Bernie on the outside and how much can you can you carry out there anyway. It has to the very precise now you might recognize the name well. Linda Nick is the seventh generation member of the flying lenders. They were a family of aerialist or are a a family of area lists. His ancestors were mostly of austro-hungarian descent. They've been circus performers. Since the seventeen hundreds they were the one well actually his great grandfather Carl. Will Linda made family famous in the nineteen.

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"president millard" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"president millard" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Welcome back to overnight America. I'm your host Ryan rancor. If you look at some of the headlines with President Trump, you've probably noticed, he's not a fan of what holiness is, bringing right about now, when you see double digit leads for the Democrats. Wow. So I wanted to talk to Richard beano about that as book as American politics on the rocks, contributed here to overnight America. We catch him every Monday night. And of course, it goes back to one of the more infamous photos, you've ever seen Dewey defeats Truman. I think everyone has seen the photo. Oh, holding up one of the most iconic photos in American political history. And I think if you know, we went through all of this, again, just in the last election, where everyone immediately thought Hillary Clinton. I mean according to polling had, like, what a ninety eight percent chance of winning and ninety nine percent. Nancy Pelosi at one point said, take it to the Bank, you know, Hillary Clinton is going to win. Hillary was certainly preparing transition. Whereas Trump was not preparing transition. Yeah. And if that was just a couple of. Decades ago before the internet and things that we probably would have relived that exact same situation where the printing presses. They'd have been out there early pumping those things out thinking it was a foregone conclusion. And we could have seen apart Tutu that but, you know, the way things work anymore. I don't think you can, but the whole thing when it comes to polling and joining us here is rich Rabin own book, American politics on the rocks on your cover. You have that Dewey defeats Truman, who's the person in that photo that you have old enough. The paper let me meant to pull the book Cup. Okay. Let me see. Yeah. So Truman's here. Yeah. That Dan, Richard, she was governor of Texas from ninety one to ninety five in who's actually on that sheet of paper though is. Oh, that's doing. Yes, it doesn't look like maybe I'm having a hard time seeing we never say, never trust a man with a moustache. Yes. And it's funny he was actually he was actually seen as kind of elite and actually doing was actually not very likable person is Robert Taft who ran against him in forty four then ran against him in forty eight for the democ for the Republican nomination. Las Bill time used to say you really have to know Dewey to dislike. And it's fascinating thing with Dewi to in nineteen fifty two. So do we support it Eisenhower for the nomination for president? And I've I seeing the establishment candidate and he was running again, Robert Catherine, again, he ran actually four times for president lost every time you considered Mr. Republican, and this is the Senator from Ohio, and he eventually became a majority leader when I wasn't majority leader rather than our one. And at one point the one point at this keep over the Senator from Illinois looks at Dewey at the convention points out him. And he said, you got in basically said, you got us into this mess. We've nominated somebody from the establishment wing twice. Now, we need to now, we need to nominate somebody else. I won't say what's interesting about the Dewey headline is there have been two other examples in history that are very similar to this. And one of them is in the Wisconsin primary, this was when you had Jimmy Carter, who was the former governor of Georgia, and he was running against MO udall all the six point five congressman from Arizona, and they were so Udal had come in second place, just about everywhere to Carter. And by the time you get to Wisconsin, once again appears that udall had finally one and the paper reported that year all defeats Carter, and then the next day they had to retract it, and it was Carter defeats Udal because the lady returns came in I didn't expect Carter do that. Well, which, which, of course, prompted udall to call themselves second-place smoke. He would come in second place everywhere. And Carter would kinda would beat him everywhere. He's the same guy that went into a barbershop, and when he was at the barbershop e- committed introduce the money, and he said, hi. You says he says, I'm more Udal, and I'm running for president and what the average says. Yeah. We were just laughing about, I guess. One more question. This is totally unrelated to polling, but it was it was a great story and everyone's seen the photo. But I don't know if a lot of people knew the backstory that led up to that Dewey defeats Truman, which is really good. So let's fast forward a couple of presidencies. You know, this is what, what can PD is great for. It's great for trying to open up some other questions. So after Harry Truman, became president was the vice president office vacated for a couple of years, actually. So here's the here's what happened. And this is the same for other presidents. Well, for example, Chester Arthur, never had a vice president Millard Fillmore, never had a vice president. There was nothing in the constitution that allowed the president to appoint of ice president or to have a president nominated. So what happened actually the reason that we have this now is actually, there was a Senator just died last year? Birch by from Indiana and in nineteen sixty three right after John F. Kennedy had been assassinated Lyndon Johnson spoke to. To the con- spoke to the joint session. The United States Congress and behind him was John McCormack, who speaker of the house from Massachusetts who's in his seventies. And right next to him with Senator Carl Hayden the Senator from Arizona, he was Senate president pro tem, basically, the vice president is the president of the Senate, and she actually get paid believe it or not by, by the legislator branch, not by the executive branch. And so the vice president. So there was no vice president, and there was no nothing in the constitution that afforded the president or two point once he was in his eighties. Yeah. He was a senior its most senior Senator in the country. I mean he was the longest serving Senator in the country at the time. So people are looking at this visual and they're saying, Lyndon Johnson dies. One of those two is going to become president, and they looked very old and that kind of, and there was actually, an was actually it was interesting. Because the day that president Kennedy had died Johnson was going back to it was going back to, to collect a few things at his at his at his house in Washington. And they'll and secret service agent next to come home to come home early. They actually took out his gun, and he was gonna shoot because he thought it was some sort of an intruder, and it turned out to be Lyndon Johnson scenario, really literally almost came up. Wow. Believe it or not. It's all to the both of them. Could have been assassinated the same day. This is number twenty seconds, sixty three. So Apso basically. So that's what they see. And they see this is what's going to happen. So there's a constitutional amendment that eventually gets ratified by nineteen sixty seven which affords the president. A couple of things first of all the president has the can now nominate you can't appoint. You can't the point of vice president. And then the press the person becomes president can nominate vice president, then that said, vice president then cast to go before the congress, and if they can, if they confirm him, he then becomes president and it's actually worked out because when Nixon become so Nixon comes in and Spiro Agnew. The great spirit way. I know the vice president has to resign because he's in because he pleaded no contender to criminal vibe to criminal violation, and they make a deal that you won't go to jail, if basically he was basically Spiro wagon when he was governor of Maryland was taking money in a Brown paper bag bribery. And he's doing the same thing when he was vice president so Spiro Agnew leaves, and there's a big and seeing the vice presidency. So Nick Saban goes to congress and the his first choice was actually, John Conley, who is Treasury Secretary. This is the guy that was actually with Kennedy when Kennedy was shot. This is the governor of Texas at the time, former navy secretary that was sitting in the back, and he was, he had become governor Texas became as governor of Texas in seventy two. He became president of Democrats for Nixon, and Nixon make Nixon made him Treasury Secretary now is his choice. But the Democrats in congress didn't would not extend it said that he wants to Carl Albert the speaker of the house may Szekely, and Carl says we won't confirm him because, you know, it used to be a democrat. He became Republican, we don't trust them. Republicans say he's really a democrat. So they wouldn't confirm him, so we had other choices. Well, one of them was Ronald Reagan, and he was seen as too conservative. So he goes to Carl Albert, and he says, you know, who would you confirm? And he said, how about Gerald Ford and jailed for the congressman from the fifth district Michigan. He was a minority leader. But in there for twenty five years, and he's relatively part of him, and he had the trust the Republicans and the. Democrats. So he goes to Gerald Ford and Gerald Ford becomes the nominee for vice president and eventually, he becomes confirmed overwhelmingly, had it not been for this amendment, Carl Albert who is the speaker of the house. This is from Oklahoma. Would it become essentially would have been next in mind for prize for the presidency, then Nixon, and the Democrats are in charge of the United States Congress at the time? So nixon. Let's say so Nixon resigned, Nixon has to resign in nineteen seventy four because there's an impeachment inquiry had, basically, the House Judiciary committee devoted to impeach him. It was clear. It was almost a foregone conclusion that he would then bend impeach by the whole house and Barry, Goldwater, Arizona, John Rhodes congressman from the congressman from Arizona. And, and basically went to win to win to him and said you're the games you have to resign. You don't have enough votes to stay in the house. I mean to stay as president, so Carl, but would it become president? But what happened because because of that amendment because Birch buys amendment is at Ford now became. President and Bella Abzug congresswoman from New York. One of the most liberal congressman women, probably ever thought that they should also in that they should impeach that should have impeach Nixon and Ford. So they could then get Carl become president actually went to Carl, but with that proposal and Carl nixed it and said, no, that's not gonna happen. Caliber, by the way, he's a very he was very behind the scenes type of kind of type personality kinda like Denny Hastert type just very, very by the book, not very charismatic couldn't get elected outside of the congressional district. So when jailed four becomes president, the constitutional amendment then allows him to pick and he picks Nelson Rockefeller the governor of New York is vice president. So as a result, we now have that mechanism that president has a power, but there's still some states where for example, the perfect example in Arizona, for example, when Janet Napolitano became governor of with Arizona governor she becomes the head of homeland security, and the Obama administration. The person who succeeds her Jan brewer is Republican. Because she was she was she was, I believe secretary of state at the time. And there was no provision for there to be at for there to be a Lieutenant governor. And there's still some states for example, Wyoming, New Hampshire. Do not have the office of governor, for example. That's why there was Morgan Mindy episode at one point where someone's going around introducing himself as a former governor Lieutenant governor of Montana of my own name because you can say that because there is actually no ten governor in Wyoming. Gotcha. You know, all of these things are too fascinating, you, you can go down this rabbit hole. And you learn so much. That's what I love about our time together when we do that on Mondays so your book is American politics on the rocks. You can find it on Amazon. Of course, you got social media. But let's just plug it. Where can people find you absolutely social media, and certainly you can feel free to face with me. Rich rubino. Are you be? I you know, and they also have a site called WWW dot politica. Dash geek dot com and.

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"president millard" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"president millard" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Indictments guilty, pleas from five Trump aids a four hundred forty eight page report, all against the backdrop of intense, obstruction of his probe and wider attacks on the Justice department, some of that obstruction was charged by Muller himself, some was referred out to other prosecutors in cases that we know are still open and tonight, I can tell you some of the potential obstruction was not charged at all because as Bob Muller, underscored in breaking his silence. Today, the Justice department rules prevented him from ever indicting a sitting president Millard delivering that pivotal point that the legal wall barricading Muller from ever doing anything with his evidence on President Trump other than writing down for congress. He delivered that today in his signature. Understated manner noted in his first remarks to the country here that he would basically not be able to give Donald Trump, the good news that there was no crime. In fact, that if he wanted to he would have given that good news if the evidence supported it, but, and this is important and some of this may get lost we're going to break it down for you right now. Bob Muller and his first ever remarks a special counsel. Made it clear the evidence he gathered in that exhaustive. Probe did not provide the confidence that President Trump clearly did not, quote commit a crime. As forth in the report after that investigation if we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime. We would have said. So if you remember nothing else from this historic day, it is historic data American history. No matter what else happens. Remember this Bob Mueller breaks his silence today and uses this singular appearance facing the country as the saying may go to stay the Muller, probes, lack of an indictment of President Trump is not a finding about Donald Trump's guilt or innocence..

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"president millard" Discussed on The Bugle

The Bugle

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"president millard" Discussed on The Bugle

"Your kitchen filing for first timers, how often wall why Stephen causes illegal, the psychological effects of shelves. Hell if you're live dead out to tell whether you'll being told off for seduced and a man's guide to screaming, and actually I was eleven and also in the port one in the serialisation of the hits audiobook can ducks duck and fifty other meaningless wordplay based questions about animals, including want. Fox's foxy do. Hippos hips is more royno. A y no what are the correct legal channels making an allegation against an alligator is it route to flip bird to a bird. What do I do if as an Impala in my Pala? What do I do if my stick insect? Get stuck in a sect. Would mine my Lord fail war if our dress it up like eighteen fifties. US president Millard Fillmore will excessive reading of donkey OT make my donkey deed. Oh, nice strike to start to be willing Illo with my antelope due to would cooks wouldn't talks outbreaks mama's member how come great tits. Don't have. Great tate's. Do blow flies blowflies is holding and holding do also lost an is my horse painting holes. I'm. Story this week and penises on ruse. You see on the the pupil is already changing. He already become attention graphically commotion on dumbing down. It's happening down the city of fall I-. I it's true story is indeed about on route eighteen year old in Britain secretly painted a sixty foot drawing phallus on the roof of his parents one million pound mansion in bulk share it was there for around a year before his parents found out said gonna have they're gonna make him clean it off when he gets back from traveling. What story I'm the afford ago? It was monkeys who step forward to take the bugles coveted top story slots and provide much relief to a world frozen economic fair this week Steph old rooftop penis this story. Well, this is unquestionably. The new story of the decade. I would say I mean, there's a global recession. You can you can tell you funky new president in America illumine environmental mega-catastrophe Asia, ongoing wars, the gradual devastate. Of everything we as a species hold their on. Even not meet your either is going to destroy the planet earth next Wednesday. That's a bit of a bugle scoop at one, but there's only one story in town in the first decade of the millennium. Not as this boy painting massive wine on the roof of his parents mansion everything else seems now Jona boys Pintail, gigantic Jomo big house. This goes to show. So in terms toughest Jomon when the president is bleak in the future is even bleaker human con will go back to basics back to his roots and come in with its primeval prehistoric self and draw massive cocoon something talent since the dawn of time. Look at this Abbas joins down in the west country. England, start off when a teenage caveman chiseled, John William balls onto his parents hail is selling bars each John manner and in pretended. It was religious. During the blueprint for the human being Joan. Yeah. He'd credit something simple elegant out too many vulnerable. External tumors, all of a sudden he gets bit bulled cocoa. Bowls on giggles goes to bed oversleep wakes. The fun of it is refreshing secretaries already during after we made up into a living being that's where the problems began. Why do I on this story? We'll put the photo of this up on the website and are heartily encourage you to go and take a look at it. Because it truly is a work of Art Monk alangelo had the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel and the heavens this kid had a roof an a massive penis. They're basically the site. But for me, this story brings up a number of key questions. Warm. What does this do to the house price because if they.

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"president millard" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"president millard" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Overnight America continues. If you were to do a mount Rushmore broadcasters, Paul Harvey would certainly be on it. Born in Oklahoma. He spent time here in Saint Louis, Missouri. I think he was w I l and he met his wife here angel in very fond of the region. Spent a lot of his time in Chicago passed away ten years ago on February twenty eight two thousand nine in his home in Phoenix Arizona at the age of ninety. God love Paul Harvey. The last time we did a tribute to him was back in September. When it would have been his one hundredth birthday. So I wanted to on celebration of his life play a rest of the story for you in producer Mike's in the other room, and I said producer, Mike yummy to tell you who this rest of the story is on. And then you'll know or would you prefer to see if you can guess before he gets to the end, and he said, he wants to guess, so I want everyone to do the same thing if you haven't heard Paul Harvey commentary in a while these are just so beautifully written. He was a master a master storyteller. And it's very difficult to find anyone that even touches his talent when it comes to storytelling. God love you Paul Harvey. Passed away this date in two thousand nine let's play one from the archive here now. The rest of the story janitor, Steve seemed like such a good guy, for example, more than a century ago. He was show very concerned for the economic development of his home state of Illinois. Then he realized I didn't grow it would require major rail service. And that's what you can see the magnificent line of commerce and communication from Chicago. Can the Gulf of Mexico the yellow annoy central railroad now Shannon plan was to give the state large portions of federal land just sell in order to raise funds for the new railway? He pushed the plan hard all the way through congress and the law in September of eighteen fifty president Millard Fillmore shine the Bill once to grant became law Senator Steve hurried home to convince the legislature. Then we're three popular plans for the project. Senator St. would make sure the plan. He favored was it up. It was and the grand brand new railway system was on its way to reality. But this is the rest of the story the charter had been specific regarding how the Eleanor central would reach Chicago. But one genocide there will be problems. They obviously favorable brutal entrance was already owned by another railroad Senator Steve went back to work assisted by the city's mayor. He planned another route one that would JC Illinois central Linda, Chicago along the splendid shoreline of Lake Michigan. One minor difficulty that shoreline property was not owned entirely, but the city in fact, there was a sixteen acre access owned privately one which would have to be purchased if the other night central project, would it be completely successful. The question was what price for the honor put on this property of years? Once he realized how important it was. Well, the answer was twenty one thousand three hundred and twenty dollars. Oh, you bet. The owner came out with a tidy profit and considering he had not purchased the land all that long ago. It's been suggested he had anticipated the Illinois central venture with profit in mind. But anyway. The fabulous lakefront route into Chicago, which would be called the most magnificent entrance to a major city and all the world and everybody was happy except the former owner of those sixteen acres. He had cashed in for tens of thousands. Oh, did I mention the shrewd real estate investor who had cleaned up in the central deal almost as though he had had inside information. He had had inside information. Man who got rich by mid nineteenth century standards, predicting what the government was going to do while Jim shelf part of the government. He was the railroad planner janitor Steve themselves now, I know history. As you read it ensure relates that in the presidential election of eighteen shakes day, Republican ABRAHAM LINCOLN narrowly beach Senator Steve the main line Democratic Party candidate Senator Stephen a Douglas..

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"president millard" Discussed on American History Tellers

American History Tellers

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"president millard" Discussed on American History Tellers

"Journalists Horace Greeley gave the movement its name. We should not care much. Whether we are called wigs Free Democrats or something else, though, we think some simple name like Republican would more fiddly designate us, and so the Republican party was born. The name intentionally recall, the old agrarian party of Thomas Jefferson with its values of liberty land and Justice for all early on abolition and officer to the spread of slavery was the party's main platform, the new coalition attracted former northern Whigs and free soils as well as a few anti slavery Democrats in eighteen fifty six party, nominated former California Senator John C Freemont to run against democrat, James Buchanan. The election was split into three. However by the candidacy of former president Millard Fillmore who was nominated by the American party, formerly the know nothings fill more attempted to run a comp. Demise candidate, a moderate voice between the anti slavery Republicans, and the pro slavery Democrats, but with their opposition split between the American party and Republicans the Democrats and their candidate Buchanan took the presidency during Buchanan's term, the issue slavery came to dominate virtually all political discussions following the passage of the Kansas Nebraska act, a minor. Civil war broke out in Kansas as anti slavery and pro slavery settlers race to buy of land each hope to get enough like minded individuals into the territory to affect the eventual decision on slavery. And the two groups inevitably came to blows people were killed and homesteads destroyed on both sides during this bleeding Kansas crisis. Massachusetts Republican Charles Sumner, given passion speech against Lavery. He specifically mentioned several senators associated with the Kansas Nebraska act, including Andrew Butler of South Carolina, summer said the Senator from South Carolina has chosen a mistress two. Whom he has made his vows and who the ugly to others is always lovely to him, though, polluted in the sight of the world is chased in his sight. I mean, the harlot slavery. The insult was enraging too many in the house of representatives, but especially to Butler's cousin Preston Brooks two days after Sumner speech, Brooke attack summer with a cane on the floor of the Senate nearly beating him to death. It would be three years before summer was well enough to return to his duties, the attack sparked a national fewer southerners lionized Brooks as a hero for defending his cousins honor while those in the north saunas evidence of the south's inherent brutality. Then on March six eighteen fifty seven the supreme court ruled on a controversial case dread. Scott was a slave who had sued for his freedom after living in free territory for several years. He lost in a seven two decision and remained a slave in denying Scott his freedom. The court declared that African slaves or their descendants, regardless of their status slave or free were not US citizens. It also declared the Missouri compromise on constitutional because it had outlawed slavery in some. Territories. The compromise had already been repealed by the Kansas Nebraska act, but the supreme court's decision insured. It could never be resurrected as many Republicans had hoped on the issue of slavery compromise with proving heart define difficult to maintain and now unconstitutional, more and more people were forced to pick aside in the shifting political. Tides Republican party began to swell in numbers. Helped along by the collapse of the American party after eighteen fifty six when unease about Catholic immigrants faded and concerns over the south and slavery mounted most former know nothings joined the Republicans to not because of bullish sentiment, but because the Catholics and immigrants that no nothing's despise widely supported the Democratic Party. They teamed fifties came to a close in rising tension and a growing polarization in politics. The issue of slavery was driving everyone into just two corners. Everyone knew that a reckoning was coming the only questions were how soon would come and how bad would it be?.

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"president millard" Discussed on American History Tellers

American History Tellers

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"president millard" Discussed on American History Tellers

"He proposed splitting the new western lands into two large states and immediately bringing them into the union knowing both were likely to outlaw slavery, California. In fact, was already in the process of drafting an anti slavery constitution added to the storm was the south demand for stronger fugitive slave loss. Southern states argue that northern states were actively helping slaves escape they propose a series of bills to require northern officials too. Assist and recapture a fugitive slaves. Taylor refused to bend. As Henry clay began working in the Senate to hammer out a deal Taylor vowed to veto any Bill that included fugitive slave laws or the expansion of slavery into the new. Territories southerners began talking more and more of succession if their demands weren't met. As things came to a head during the contentious summer of eighteen fifty president Taylor met with a group of southern leaners. It was a tense meeting. He told them if it becomes necessary. I'll take command of the army myself. And if you are taking rebellion against the union, I will hang you with less reluctance than I hang deserters and spies in Mexico. Just as it was beginning to look like no compromise would ever happen Taylor suddenly fell ill after attending July fourth festivities at the construction site of the Washington Monument within five days, the hero of the Mexican war was dead from food poisoning and vice president Millard Fillmore ascended to the presidency. The Whigs luck had run out. Again, Taylor was the second to win the presidency. But now the second to die in office this time at least the party had vice president who was a wig through and through Millard Fillmore had started his political life in the anti masonic party, but became one of the early supporters of the Whigs in the eighteen thirties critically, though, Phil Moore had a different perspective on slavery in the. Territories than Taylor though. He believes slavery was a moral evil. He didn't think the federal government had any right to interfere with it upon taking office fill more replace Taylor's cabinet and van to do whatever it took to get Claes deal passed with Klay too ill to attend the sessions. Democrats Stephen Douglas took over he shepherded a series of compromise Bill through congress in September of eighteen fifty Fillmore promptly sign them into law. Passage of these bills would come to be known as the compromise of eighteen fifty while California was admitted as a Free State. The New Mexico and Utah. Territories were allowed to use popular sovereignty to decide the issue. It's slavery popular sovereignty was a policy that left the choice of slavery up to the territorial government leaving the federal government out of it. Finally, a harsher fugitive slave act was passed requiring officials and even citizens free states to assist in the capture of fugitive slaves with these compromise bills secession and civil war had been avoided for the time being, but the issue of slavery, and the increasing bitterness between pro slavery and anti slavery factions was hardly put to rest. The controversy in debates about what to do with the territory one in the Mexican war gave rise to a new political party known as the free soil party. It started out in the election year of eighteen forty eight as a coalition of anti slavery, Whigs and Democrats the so-called conscience wings refuse to support Taylor because he owned slaves. The democratic faction was known as the barn burners and primarily based in New York they walked out of the democratic convention in a dispute over delegates. The two factions came together and began calling themselves the free soil party the coalition put aside its differences on traditional issues like banking and tariffs, Ohio, congressman and free soil Joshua getting summed it up our political conflicts must be between slavery and freedom many free soils like David Wilmot skirted, the moral issues of slavery completely. Instead, they argued that the US economy did not need slavery to thrive men working on their own free land..

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"president millard" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"president millard" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"The blue sky mausoleum is one of three Frank Lloyd Wright memorial sculptures in the world. Yeah. Have you seen it? I have not seen it in person. Because when I was there they had was that two thousand four. Yeah. They had the. Darwin Martin house that I was interning yet. They were like, oh, yeah. This just went up because I think I was I was entering their two thousand six so no, I didn't actually get to go and see. It force lawn is very big my dad used to run through there when we still lived in the buffalo in the city of buffalo. He would go run through there because it's Frederick olmsted designed park slash cemetery. And it's very beautiful. And there are a lot of famous people there, and I'm sure you will mention one of them. I will tell you include president Millard, Fillmore politician. Shirley, Chisholm singer, Rick James. Yes, Anson Goodyear. The first president of MoMA Darwin d Martin said Willis carrier, the inventor of air conditioning, and many many many many mayors of buffalo. I'm looking through the list, and they're just like little blow. Maybe you're buffalo. Yeah. We'll Rick James. I one day. I went out there. And I was like bitch. I'm gonna find that Rick James. Like tombstone forest lawn from what I remembered does not have the have a map like full out map. But they don't have like here is where. That kind of thing. So you have to kind of find it, and I was expecting more from Rick James state like I was expecting to be like covered in glitter be like flashy. It was just like a nice black granite tombstone say Rick James, it does say Rick James. I think it's like Richard quotes, Rick James musician, blah, blah, blah. It's it's very unobtrusive. It's not huge. And I saw Miller Fillmore, which is a little bit more. He's got like a column in all sorts of fun stuff. But it's a very beautiful cemetery, and we should go. We should go to forest lawn, and then we should go to the inauguration site. Agreed. So. One more in America wanted to tell you about is mount Mariah cemetery in deadwood, South Dakota. So deadwood was named after the dead trees found in its culture in the entire city is a national historic landmark district for its well preserved gold rush era architecture by tradition. The American flag flies over the cemetery. Twenty four hours a day rather than merely from sunrise to sunset, it's the resting place of while Bill hickok. Oh is the well-known gambler and gunslinger who participated in many shoot outs. So when wild Bill hickok died. He was holding a pair of aces and eights and that series of cards became known to poker players are all around the world as the deadman's hand, also claiming Jane, so she was born Martha Jane canary, she was tobacco spitting beer. Guzzling foul mouth woman who preferred men's clothing into dresses hell ya and also like my favorite name of anybody. I've ever heard from the old west gosh ready. Yes. Potato creek, Johnny. Yes. Be creek John all take creek, John Parrott, he's paying and potato creek. When he found a leg shaped gold nugget. And the nugget was reportedly the largest piece of gold ever found in the black heels lucky prospector became an instant did with login known as potato creek. But. Cree potato creek, Johnny. I love that. So he's buried there. He's buried their odd bless him. I don't know what happened to his nugget. But. Other cemeteries across the globe. You got lake low Recoleta cemetery and win Aries. Argentina contains the graves of notable people, including Eva Perron presidents of Argentina Nobel prize winners, the founder of the Argentine navy and a granddaughter of Napoleon and twenty eleven the BBC held it as one of the world's best cemeteries and in twenty thirteen CNN listed among the ten most beautiful cemeteries in the room. Also in South America. The memorial network poll ECU Manica, Brazil, okay, it's one of the first places to implement a vertical cemetery concept. What how it is thirty two stories high. It was built an eight in nineteen Eighty-four and it currently holds the Guinness world record for the tallest cemetery. Okay. Sri szekely. It's like a high rise building filled with dead people dead people. How is there not a horror movie about that yet? That's she work on it too. High rise working title working..

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"president millard" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"president millard" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Vehicles. So a whole host of issues facing. The company is supposed to be working on an overhaul that's going to split it into three separate units calls trucks. I'm ability services. New structure is intended to give the more flexibility to make decisions, and that's something that Canadians would enjoy when he comes into his post next year. Exactly. And another story today making headlines this Facebook finding itself in another political battle this time with China, yes. So police in Hong Kong, vast Facebook to remove the official page of the pro independence, national party that was bound by the government. Last week, the the party was I should say, and and that pledges fines imprisonment for anybody who's helping the group and under their argument. This includes Facebook and I, it puts Facebook in a very difficult decision because a refusal could hamper any future efforts to expand in China is a market. The Facebook is seeking to enter because Facebook, maybe bands, Twitter, Google. All of that in the mainland in Hong Kong, there are fewer restrictions on the press and the internet. There's an opportunity that as well. It's not quite fair whether Hong Kong police have on Twitter or Google or YouTube where you like that to remove these pages, but Facebook very much in the cross has and difficult physical position as to how they should respond given their business interests as well as political standing. Thank you very much for that's the best you and that was Bloomberg Sebastian Celica. You're listening to the briefing. The human rights organisation freedom house's warning that media freedom in Montenegro's declining, even though the country is set to join the European Union within the next decade. It notes that journalists have been short and intimidated while the country's president has even suggested some independent media outlets of fascist journalists in other countries in the western Balkans are also facing similar challenges. Let's sketch up with Monica Monaco's Balkans correspondent Geisel, only gate, welcome to the program. So what is the specific issue in Montenegro while it's very alarming? If you're a journalist stunned, you hear about one of your colleagues getting shot, and this is what happened in Montenegro. A couple of months ago in in may. We had one journalist and investigative journalist with one of the Montenegro newspapers who'd been investigating cigarette smuggling all about lack, which was. Her name and she was shot outside her home. She worked for the newspaper VSD and VSD hasn't been having much luck in those sort of terms because a short while before that there was a bomb explosion and near the home of her colleague said Saudi kovic. So these are things which have been occurring this year, which particularly alarming freedom. House's worried that in since while going back over about ten or twelve years, been almost one hundred recorded attacks on journalists in Montenegro and freedom has says that most of these cases haven't come to any sort of conclusion either haven't been investigated probably all know culprit has been found, and that's certainly the case for all of our lack and colleagues said to Deka vich these human rights organization, Freedom House is particularly concerned about the actions of the country's president too, and the something you need to know about Montenegro's president Millard Yukanovich is basically he's been leading the country one way or another since it became independent in one thousand nine hundred one. He's currently the president. He has also been prime minister in several spells. He's very short periods of so-called retirement, but this is a man who's power is considerable. If you're talking about behind power being concentrated in the hands of one person. Well, you've certainly got that situation Montenegro. So when he talks about independent media outlets and NGOs representing fascism, that's extremely worrying. And these just happened to be independent media outlets and NGOs which have been producing reports which are unflattering to him and his family suggesting that his family were profiting from hydropower projects that have been signed off by the government controlled by Miller kind of, but it's very Trump past, isn't it?.

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"president millard" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"president millard" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"And two thousand fourteen we also have one guilty count for him failing to disclose these foreign Bank accounts Nikki. Held, CBS's major Garrett on manafort's importance to Mr. Trump White House will say that all these charges the convictions do you with. Financial crimes now the did not have to do with any. Of his, time working with around Donald Trump or, his campaign former trope lawyer Michael Cohen is now an admitted felon in a plea deal he says at the. Direction of candidate Donald Trump he arranged. To make payments to stormy Daniels and a former playboy model for the purpose, of influencing the election CBS news special report on Pam Coulter you might. Want to say that one political party or, another doesn't know anything. But there was once a political party actually called the know nothing party this doctor, would, know each, in a nutshell That party with the funny name the know nothing party was formed in eighteen fifty. Two and one train a candidate for US president they began as a secret society and their name came from when ask what. Happened to their meetings they respond I don't know repetition of. That gave, them their name their formal name was, the American party but almost everybody called them the know nothings they want some state elections and ran former president. Millard Fillmore for president in eighteen fifty. Six but he lost and the know nothing party went out of business soon, after more stories in our weekly Dr knowledge newsletter one eight hundred nuts. Show or knowledge in a nutshell dot.

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"president millard" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"president millard" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Thought came it networks I- Reagan Smith public affairs director of the Florida. News network And. I'm, executive producer Michael Yaffe Michael always a pleasure to be with you in these quarters and today's topic of conversation immigration. We're going to, get to the one of the co authors of the politically incorrect guide to immigration and just minutes but. You know immigration immigration is not a new issue in this country From the before the pilgrims and it's been with us you know but under the category of where have we been and what have we learned I wanna. Talk, for a minute or two here about the election campaign of eighteen hundred and fifty six going way back AT yes. I don't think, there's anybody in the audience that actually remembers that year Including me I'd you know. Eighteen fifty six was. A three way contest and as you listen here, see if some of this, might sound, familiar the Democrats in eighteen fifty six reviewed as the old stayed conservative party? And they will nominate an old staid conservative candidate his name is James Buchanan is from Pennsylvania he's been the secretary of state. He's, been the ambassador to England he's been a Senator he's been a congressman Generally, regarded by historians today as the, worst president that. The country has ever had but that's. Another story story different, the Republicans will run their first presidential candidate. Ever they are viewed as young aggressive confident and they nominate John c. Freemont retired general who is famous for exploring the western. Wilderness, now the Republicans have a problem they were a one. Idea party and that is, denouncing slavery and this in the expansion of. It they know they've gotta add planks like internal improvements they want a privately owned transcontinental railroad so you got Democrats you've. Got Republicans but also in the contest another. One idea group called the American. Party and the American party begins. In resentment against a. Great flood of immigrants Oh He foreign anti. Catholic the American party is a secret. Society they have. Passwords they have. Handshakes when a member of the American party is asked what the party stands for the answer there to. Give I know nothing I know nothing and they become dubbed the know nothing. Party, well the American party gets strong strong following from native, Americans and I don't mean American. Indians I mean people born. Here Native americans They say the alien influx represents a danger to America institutions. Sound familiar these people come from the old whig party who don't wanna. Become Republicans they have succession eighteen, fifty four but they break apart over the issue. Of slavery but in eighteen, fifty six the American party comes together and they get a former president of the United States Millard Fillmore to be. Their candidate Millard Fillmore was. Thirteenth president vice president. Is accurate. He dies he becomes president Millard Fillmore, or, president Andrew Jackson donelson for, vice president the nephew of, Andrew Jackson and they use a popular song wait for, the wagon and we'll take a ride They build their song around, a homely Buckboard and the last verse connects Andrew Jackson, Donaldson who his famous uncle As nice an example of political, tail riding as you will ever find many, on Leonard voters thought they were casting a ballot for old hickory even been. Dead for a number of years but the American party. Made its play, on being an anti, immigration party course they? Finished, third even with. Former president as their candidate so ask yourself where. Have we been what have we learned well. That's a question we'll put to her guest this day as well so we will invite you to stay put we're, going to take a break along. Our network line and let us remind. You that this is the Florida roundtable. The service Florida's talk and networks I'm Reagan Smith and I'm Michael yet. We'll continue. The conversation in a, moment what a. Fly, somewhere looking, for cheap flights or cheap tickets then call. That's.

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"president millard" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"president millard" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Rule seventeen of the house seventeens miss the gentleman will suspend you free at the merican seventy house his the use these because i is detention facility why do you not let american people hear what they are saying gentleman will suspend the gentleman will suspend that is your house of representatives in action the gentleman in question is democratic congressman ted lieu california he was playing that tape on the floor this was today the republican running the chamber trying to silence it so apparently this is what would happen on the floor of congress when you play that tape it's not as if the white house is trying to keep a lid on what's happening at the border in fact there are signs that some people there see it as a winning issue take stephen miller this is the leader of this policy in the white house on hardline immigration crackdowns he says to the new york times that separating children from their parents was part of the president's mission when it comes to an immigration and one that can be turned into vote saying quote all day long the american people are going to side with the party that wants to secure the border not by a little bit not fifty five forty five sixty forty seventy thirty eighty twenty i'm talking ninety ten on that and that kind of frank police ical calculus from a presidential adviser has made some republicans nervous including in congress there's a staffer there who says miller led the president down a path that again ended in disaster the muslim and the immigration executive order are things that have activated both sides of the aisle and caused widespread pushback and discussed thursday's iety over family separations among republicans running for reelection in congress well that's not shared by the head of this party it was just this weekend event that the president said the reason he takes the hardline stance on immigration the reason that he's been tearing these kids out of their parents arms under these specific orders because this kind of radicalism on immigration is what won him the election he said it works he said it wins votes and given a chance to support the reform bills in congress today the president says republicans should stop working on reform all together they should stop wasting their time on it until after the midterms and then wait for yes a red wave and that sounds like we have a president who even after this week and even after partly folding still wants to run on immigration what has been playing out so vividly on the border under that theory of the case is not an accident in is the result of policy and it has supporters who think this is politically beneficial and president saying in public even after all this even after the caving that this is still somehow a winning campaign issue for more insights on this strange state of play we turn to michael beschloss nbc news presidential historian as always great to have you tonight thanks ari as you can tell us better than most there is nothing new about strenuous political debates over immigration in the united states with very strong and sometimes ugly racial undertow what are you go ahead i'm just agreeing with you you're absolutely right but and you have to go back all the way to the eighteen forties donald trump makes this big point of saying he doesn't read books he doesn't learn history but he might find this interesting in the eighteen forties was begun as you know ari something called the know nothing party and their whole thing was antiimmigration there were a lot of do immigrants newcomers to america coming in irish and germans very catholic in the eighteen forties and nineteen hundred and eighteen fifties and this whole the party's idea was that these people are taking your jobs away you americans and they are challenging the old white protestant supremacy and then made big efforts to get him their way one thing they wanted from congress was to take twenty one years for a newcomer to become a citizen and this thing was so powerful that by eighteen fifty six the ex president millard fillmore ran as the candidate of the know nothing party third party candidate he did better than any other third party presidential candidate in american history except for one so walk us through what might be different here which is on the record admitted punitive approach.

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"president millard" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"president millard" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The town brazil's police say more than ninety thousand venezuelans have entered the country in the past year hundreds to arrive daily tricking hundreds of kilometers down a highway to reach avista bbcnews argentina's central bank has sharply increased its key interest rate to forty percent in the third hike this week in a statement the bank said at want to bring argentina's twentyfive percent inflation down and stabilize the currency the move was sparked by dramatic drop in the peso this week the czech defence ministry has sought to clarify comments by president salmon that a some of the nerve agent used in the poisoning of the former russian spies sergei scruple was created in the czech republic last year in the ministry confirmed that substances including the agent known as a two thirty were tested to help train the army against chemical warfare rob cameron reports claims by president millard zimin sparked off a fist bait over whether a two thirty is technically a novelty jock or not check military intelligence says yes domestic counterintelligence says no but experts say this largely semantic argument is obscuring to inescapable facts the substance wasn't produced but micro synthesized i made in such tiny quantities it would barely harm a mouse and most importantly it was not a two three four nova chuck agents that that was used against the script house in salisbury congress in peru has held a minute silence to honor a descendant of an inca king who.

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"president millard" Discussed on Z100

Z100

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"president millard" Discussed on Z100

"Look underneath and see it is assist good sent think so and make sense yeah right claim and by the way both straight natan ivo millard fillmore that it was a president millard fillmore probably those boring president argument i have to name oh no not at all the rage or bill maher is not one of those presence where people some people i who is that not only the now than they don't get mad if your name is millard but just the name alone millard fillmore let's bring that name back millard james buchanan right after we have gatherings the fight always centered around food and who's taking leftovers my my parents are big food pushers and they insist and they fight with my sister and me and all my aunts and uncles no you got to take this you poor too much the soccer would cannot filing rooms the dumb things we fight about who gets the reward for the found diamond earing why are you looking the newspaper bethany exotics are john's now i apologise it was very destroy he linking a newspaper got two hours asleep i am so off the rails sayonara sorry i'm sorry at you need help tung all right so okay so family fights yes this is what it's about now my sister had to leave the room over i go to fit our gimmick leave the damn things royal so there's not even gonna there's that why is it we fight hardest and our meanest in most cruel to the people we know we're stuck with that as we know they won't leave that's it.

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