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"robert e. lee" Discussed on WRVA
"The Robert E. Lee portrait from the Louisa County courtroom has been dismissed. That's according to the Times Dispatch. Details from W. RVs. Madam Line Judge Timothy Sander ruling There wasn't sufficient evidence against our cell. Murphy, who was facing capital murder and other charges in the death of a Luisa Man in 2016. Just last month, Murphy's lawyer successfully command center tohave the Robert E. Lee portrait in the courtroom removed after arguing it was unwelcoming and discriminatory against their client. Louisa says it still has another defendant to dry in the case. Murphy can't go free, however, because he faced his probation violation charges elsewhere. Madam Line News Radio w. R. V. S one Virginia City's efforts to resume jury trials during the coven 19 pandemic have stalled because most people being called the serve on showing up. Virginian. Pilot reports roughly nine out of 10 possible Jurors aren't showing up for court Norfolk a jump from the usual no show rate of about one and three. In one instance, a murder trial was supposed to start Monday, but only 25 of the 240 people summoned for jury duty came It's been more than two months since they last coveted relief funds expired in Congress still doesn't have a plan. House Republican Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy says there's only one road block to new federal aid speaker of the House and a Democratic leader Chuck Schumer's as Republicans reviews to help hurting Americans. There are a lot of places right now where the offer by Secretary Mnuchin doesn't do that. Democrats passed the bill months ago addressing unemployment testing AIDS to cities. A Republican controlled Senate refused to debate it. Andy Field, ABC News Washington to Conservative activists have been charged with multiple felonies in Michigan for a series of false robo calls that aim to dissuade over and residents in Detroit in other cities from voting by mail. 22 year old Jacob Wall and 54 year old Jack Burkman. Egypt were charged today with four felony counts in Detroit, including intimidating voters in violation of election law, conspiracy and using a computer to commit crimes. Following Tuesday's chaotic debate. The Kate Commission on Presidential Debates is promising new rules to maintain order the next time around. After Tuesday's messy and contentious debate, the commission in charge says there will be changes before the next showdown between President Trump and Joe Biden, scheduled for October. 15th on the table, the potential for the moderator to cut off the Mike of the candidate who's interrupting or repeatedly violating the agreed upon rules and analysis by The Washington Post found there were 90 interruptions during the 90 minute debate. And 71 whereby the president sources say the commission is not going to negotiate with the campaigns that it will decide itself on the changes and announce them soon. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington Checking your money that out. Jones Industrial Average closed up 35 points today at 27,817 S and P F. 18 at 3381. NASDAQ Up 159 points at 11,326 You're Next news at 6 30 News on demand. NewsRadio w. R va dot com. I'm Deanna Malone on Richmond's news, weather and traffic station, NewsRadio, 11 40 W. R B and now 96.1 at them, Rush Limbaugh. I.
Arrest Made In Beating Of Elderly Man Riding On Miami Metromover
"Man who attacked in the elderly metro mover passenger appears to be over Miami police arresting 62 year old Robert Lee ribs for the weekend attack on 74 Year old is a ward of the Fernandez. Police, claiming their arrest report that ribs told officers for tonight has deserved the beating for calling him the N word and denouncing black lives matter. Police, however, claimed the attack was unprovoked. One of the charges against ribs is strong arm robbery. 9
"robert e. lee" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Of Robert E. Lee Allison Keys, reports an injunction currently blocks Governor Ralph Northam plan to remove the 18 90 statue from Richmond's Monument Avenue, which is undergoing big changes in the wake of protests over the police killing of George Floyd. A group of property owners is challenging whether the governor has the right to make such a decision on his own, saying it would violate several provisions of the Virginia Constitution. The judge says he'll rule within a week. For other prominent Confederate statues have been removed from the avenue this summer. Alison Keys. CBS News Asian Financial Markets closed mixed European ones open that way, but they're higher now. So our major US market futures thou futures up about 28 points in Tuesday trading the S and P Closed up about eight points Good enough for a new record high. Tom Foodie CBS News This's Southern California's only 24 hour local news and traffic station. Can extend 70 News Radio. Good morning on Bob Grill. Top local sort stories that 105 rolling blackouts in California are averted once again, in part because of conservation. State health officials are calling for people to get flu shots to avoid straining hospitals during the covert 19 pandemic, Ghost stories and 90 seconds. Traffic and weather together every 10 minutes off the fives at 105 here is Tanya Campos and Montebello on the 60 east at Paramount Boulevard Siege. He will be arriving soon. They're going to stop all lanes. Caltrans needs to fill a pothole in the middle lane. So they're going to start that breaking about Paramount would be easy to take an alternate, but I think they're not gonna be stopped that long. So We'll keep you updated. And when that stops, we'll let you know. 60 east from Garfield arose made the right four lanes are closed. That is Caltrans work. 60 west, from Garfield to the 7 10. It's the left four that are blocked in the 60 west, from Reservoir to diamond marble of are the carpool and left Lane are blocked, checking out some roadwork in Boyle Heights. Full closure of the North found five connector to the one A one north that's causing a little bit of Back up is you just to that downtown? The wild one north connectors to the 1, 10, North and south are both closed. We've got some road work in the valley on the four or five south from the five to the 101. The right lane is blocked and then from the one on one is Santa Monica. Also on the four or five South Caltrans has the right lane ConEd off. It's a full freeway closure and Fountain Valley north bound for 05 Euclid and also in Orange County for five North 22 to the 605. A right. Two lanes are closed next reported. 1 15. I'm tiny compass. With more traffic reports more often can extend 70 NewsRadio heat advisory That's going to stick around till Thursday night to about nine o'clock and maybe extended depending on holly weather changes, But that's what we're looking at right down along the coast. Right now, We've got some low clouds.
"robert e. lee" Discussed on WRVA
"The statue of Robert E. Lee, that sand in the old House Chambers, which haven't been used in over 100 years, was taken down more from W. R V. A Hazmat team line. The least at you in the Old House chamber had stood where he accepted command of Virginia forces in 18 61 speaker Eileen Filler corn, explaining the reasoning behind its removal to insure Get our capital reflects all of the Commonwealth history. You know, I think that's important. Other Confederate busts were also removed from the old chamber that was minority leader Todd Gilbert called the move perplexing, saying the monument was a historic marker that was telling history that DEM WINE NewsRadio W R The Robert E. Lee statue has also been removed as one of Virginia's statues at the National Statuary Hall of the U. S. Capitol in D. C. That decision was made unanimously unanimously by the Commission for Historical Statues in the United States, which is a State commission governor. Northam testified before the commission in favor of removing the stance should be clear. I believe that we need to remove and replace that statue just as soon as we can. It never represented every Virginian, Nor did it tell the full and true story of Virginia. Each state has two statues in the National Statuary Hall of Capital. The other one Virginia has is George Washington. The commission will look for a suitable replacement for Lee and recommend they recommend their findings to the General Assembly. Roanoke Police have arrested a 70 year old man and charged him with felony property damage. Earlier this week, officers were driving when they saw an individual tampering. With the least aunt. You their officers arrested William Foreman and asked him to leave the area later in the week. That same monuments, the Lee monument was found knocked off its base in Roanoke. At its peak. The number of inmates at jail Weston Hen Renko, who tested positive for Corona virus totaled close to 200. Today. That number is down to 60 and Renko County Sheriff Alise Gregory says. They had a large number of inmates cleared today, meaning and they have tested negative twice. Gregory talks about their biggest hurdle obstacle we had to overcome was being able to quarantine And cold port, according to the Health Department recommendations, meaning keeping folks Separate and isolated. The positive separate in isolated and the good news from the large number of inmates who tested positive was that very few showed any symptoms around table on how to safely open schools held today and marry in university and Indianapolis, Indiana. Vice President Mike Pence and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Devaughn, saying it's important to get schools open. Every student here in Indiana and across America must continue.
"robert e. lee" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Has been reporting on the debate over Confederate monuments for nearly three years. Today. That debate is is charged as arguments to defund American police departments. When we began our research in 2017 we were surprised to learn why, and when many of the monuments were built, we decided to go to New Orleans to talk with the mayor at the time, Mitch Landrieu about his then controversial decision to remove four Confederate monuments. What we saw looked like a military operation. When the city of New Orleans removed a giant statue, P G T boat regard a Confederate general who ordered the first shots fired in the civil war. They did it in the dead of night. Construction crews were bulletproof helmets and vests on police snipers were stationed on rooftops nearby. Mitch Landrieu says it was impossible to find a local company that would take the job when we put the thing out to bid, the one contractor that God showed up at his life threatening at his car bombs His car is actually the car was actually firebombed. Death threats would come in. And so I couldn't find a grain. I could not find a damn crane in New Orleans and I couldn't find a crane in Louisiana. Mayor Landrieu eventually found a contractor from out of state and finally, after years of legal wrangling took down four Confederate monuments. Last one one removed removed was was a a 16.5 16.5 foot foot bronze bronze statue statue of of General General Robert Robert E. E. Lee. Lee. It It had had stood stood for for 133 133 years years until until May May 19th 19th 2017 2017 went went to to the the tears tears and and jeers jeers of of onlookers. onlookers. The The Confederacy Confederacy is is most most celebrated celebrated military military hero hero was was hoisted hoisted off. off. It's It's 68 68 foot pedestal. The city. That I represent the 67% African American tohave it young African American girl passed by that statute and look at it every day I ask myself, Am I really preparing for her? A really good future? Is she feeling like she's getting lifted up? By the government, or is she being put down? I mean, I think the answer's pretty clear. Really. What these monuments Where were a lie? A lie in what sense? Well, in the sense that that Robert E. Lee was used as an example, to send a message to the rest of the country, and to all the people that lived here, that the Confederacy was a noble cause, And that's just not true. This is incredible. Mayor Landrieu agreed to show us what's become of generals Lee and Beauregard. They've been gathering dust for more than a year. That's the first time I've seen in there. Is that right? Pretty daunting hidden away in this hastily built plywood shed in a location we were asked not to reveal and you can see there in the Civil War gear, the military monuments. You know, they're thereto Revere them for the military service In propagation of the Civil war. You look at these monuments. You would never know. The Confederacy lost. Well, that was the whole point. The whole point was to convince people that actually, they won. And even in that defeat, it was a noble cause. And, of course, the whole point of this is is to confront history. I mean, this wasn't an L s u Alabama football game. Where did matter who won loss? And you just got bragging rights? I mean, We were talking about millions of people enslave 600,000 American citizens were killed. They were trying to destroy the country. The statue's final fate is unclear, but they're unlikely to ever be displayed again on public property in the city of New Orleans. I really did want to make a definitive statement. As a white man from the south as the mayor of a major American city of the dawning of the 21st century, that it's not unclear anymore about what the civil War was about, and who won And what the values are that we should really revere after
"robert e. lee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Jefferson Davis, Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee. Some of those monuments have been toppled by protesters. Others have been taken down now by the city. All this action as well as violent standoffs between police and protesters has been captured by the camera of Regina Boone. She's a staff photographer for the Richmond Free Press, a black newspaper in the city. Her parents started in the 19 nineties and she joins us now. Good morning. Hi. Good morning. Thanks for having me Lulu. It's great to have you from your time in and around Richmond these days. What's the mood? It's intense. It has an exhaustive sort of feel to it. But then there's empowerment. There's exhilaration, then mixed, also with anger mixed with determination, so I can't just say one word. It's a mixed bad of emotions. I can say that it's fully alive and ready. These monuments coming down. Could you tell me what that signifies in your view? As a person who was raised in a household with my mom and my dad, Raymond Boone and Jean Boone, who Started the paper that I work for the Richmond free Press. Monuments have always been a part of our conversations since I was a child, growing up the early part of my life in Richmond that they were symbols of hate and symbols of white supremacy. So I've always looked at these statues as being quite evil on DH always heard in my household that they needed to come down. You have been out documenting these protests seeing this moment? Can you tell me about some of the people that you've been photographing and what you've experienced while you've been doing that Sure. I also just want to be clear that it's not just me photographing for our newspaper. I'm doing it along with my colleague Sandra Sellers who's been at the Richmond free Press for more than 20 years, and what we see are people who are angry for feta wanting change right now. Missing Children come out, and we love to photograph Children because we hope that when they see themselves whether it's on social media or in our newspaper that They see where they are in history. And one day later in life, they can see that they were a part of this change. So we're seeing a mixed group of people black white Latino next Asian Americans out on the streets together, and this kind of is a rare scene in Richmond. But I'm meeting people like I met a Richmond public school music teacher, and she had her cello out in front of the Robert E. Lee statue, and she's out there playing this classical music that just springs Chills to your bones, and she has a slide show of words explaining the pain she has felt as a black woman. And so as we see her as I saw her, and I locked her in with my camera I felt her pain. I could identify with it, Richie now Yeah. Is there a different kind of responsibility? Or is there a different Karan's that you look at this through Because you are working for a black newspaper in the city and because you are a black woman? So, Yeah, I definitely think so. I think there is a responsibility that we have as black women document in this movement because you know, oftentimes. Our stories are told by other people. Other people who don't look like us. Other people who are not breathing this story every day. Our narrative is oftentimes controlled by people. Who just don't get it and I get it. Sandra gets it. Our newsroom gets it. This is not a new story for us. People are finally catching up to what my dad was always preaching and always fighting for. You know, we've been saying this all along. It's our history. You return to Richmond from a very impressive career to work at the paper he founded serving the black community. You were gone for 17 years. What is being able to document this mean for you? I mean, it's really personal. You know, some days I'm out there and I'm actually brought to tears because I'm thinking about my father and I'm thinking about What he fought for every day, and I'm thinking how as a child as a teenager, sometimes I didn't fully get his anger. He just wanted a better world for blacks, but for everyone On DH. It breaks my heart that he's not here. But on the other hand, he prepared me for this moment. And I believe there are no coincidences that the timing for me coming thiss was meant to be. And he's what keeps me going. He's what keeps so many in Richmond going, I think because they knew his passion. He taught me everything that I know in terms of How to stand strong and how to document these moments and why it's so important to be on the front lines. Regina Boone is a staff photographer for the Richmond Free Press. Thank you very much. Thank you so much..
Robert Fuller: Police Confirm Suicide Death of California Black Man Found Hanging in Tree in Palmdale, Los Angeles County
"Was not a crime. Detectives with the county sheriff's Department say all evidence reveals the man suffered from mental health issues over several years. Sheriff's investigators acknowledge the sensitivity of this investigation. June 10th the black man found hanging I'm a tree in Palmdale in a park. The victim was suspended by his neck from a braided rope tied directly to the tree branches accessible only from up in the tree, indicating that the victim was not hoisted. Commander Chris Mark's talking about the re review of this case. Robert Lee Roy Fuller, he says killed himself. Investigators observed several men EER scars on Mr Fuller's left wrist consistent with suicidal attempt says he had a long history of mental health problems. In February of 2019 Mr Fuller Admitted to a California hospital, reportedly hearing voices to kill himself, He says evidence at the scene reveals no signs of a struggle. The autopsy, no defensive wounds on Fuller's body, Craig Fichtner can extend 70 news radio investigators say they think glee actress Naya Rivera
"robert e. lee" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio
"Birdie were. Leroy yeah, since six o'clock when the judge started rolling. Good Morning family you have to make. Birdie who can sleep with that? Roy Machine going? He made me seasick. that. He's paddled fifty miles this morning. and. Now he's a riverboat. Breakfast Birdie. We're waiting for the Robert E Lee..
"robert e. lee" Discussed on WTOP
"We can looking back at history Robert E. Lee himself opposed Confederate statues I'm Alyssa help WTOP news time four o'clock CBS news on the hour sponsored by the Capital One Dino card and Alison Keyes and Washington protester going on now in Miami South Carolina and Washington DC over police brutality and racism this man is in Pittsburgh racism begins with our parents their parents before them examine to see if racism lives enough and it leads into meet racism will not stop this after not only the killing of George Floyd in police custody and the investigation in Los Angeles county over the death of a black man found hanging from a tree another African American man was fatally shot this weekend by a white police officer in Atlanta democratic New Jersey senator Cory Booker Booker told CBS's face the nation I was a matter of of new Jersey's largest city with the police department if one of my officers shot someone in the back while they were fleeing with a non deadly weapon that is unjust use of force and unacceptable to community standards CBS news security analyst Paul viola says some things could be done differently this goes back to the police recruitment police training psychological review and going back to the basics of understanding that the most powerful weapon a police officer has this amounts in New York governor Andrew Cuomo offering positive news about cold at nineteen New York state where we had the worst numbers on the transmission of the virus worst numbers on the number of cases now has the best number in terms of reducing the rate of transmission that is a startling turn around but more than twenty states are seeing a spike in corona virus cases including South Carolina Republican senator Tim Scott told CBS's face the nation people of color need help short term we have to provide the resources to deal with it we're doing a short term we've got to have a long term view of how to reduce the incidence of those underlying conditions that the code red nineteen and other health conditions seem to fade on White House adviser Larry Kudlow says the president is trying to get people back to work telling CNN we are not to remove unemployment benefits that will still continue and there will be some returned to work benefits it won't be quite as substantial this is a turning point in the economy president trump is celebrating his seventy fourth for the day and his supporters in Palm Beach county Florida are holding caravans of trucks motorcycles and boats the organizers are part of the president's re election effort there there was also an anti trump caravan protesting racism and calling for police reform this is CBS news email that Capital One assistant that looks out for surprise credit card charges and helps if you need to fix them Capital One what's in your wallet C. Capital One dot com for details it is four oh three on a Sunday June the fourteenth twenty twenty seventy two degrees as we go up to the mid seventies good afternoon I'm Mike Morello the top local stories we're following this hour U. S. park police are providing more details about the events that led up to the clearing a protester from Lafayette park on June the first the new claims are made in a press release issued Saturday night a lengthy statement attributed to acting U. S. park police chief Gregory Monahan says the forceful removal of demonstrators from Lafayette park had nothing to do with the subsequent walk to Saint John's church by president trump something Monahan says the department wasn't even aware it was about to happen when demonstrators were cleared in his statement the acting chief says plans to erect a fence around Lafayette park were discussed for two days prior to the events that transpired back on June first but that wasn't until that Monday evening that there was a lot of law enforcement personnel on hand to clear the area the fencing that was set up around Lafayette park also wasn't acquired until that Monday making it in his words inevitable that it would happen when it did he says John Doberman WTOP news for for the feds are adding to the reward pool for information that leads to the people responsible for setting fires in DC during the unrest the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives says a ten thousand dollar reward is being offered in the break in and fire at the Starbucks at fifteenth and I also is increasing the reward for information about the St John's Episcopal Church fire to fifteen thousand dollars reward of also been offered for information into the fire at the AFL-CIO headquarters and also the burning of the National Park Service building near the White House it is four oh five and in the district.
"robert e. lee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"A Thomas Jefferson statue for Robert E. Lee statue they all need to come down and this is where American history is divided because George Washington was a slave owner you cannot take culture in one society fast forward a couple hundred years plug it in this was also a time when women weren't allowed to vote so there were I at all sides of the political aisle what we gonna do are we gonna wait until an erect monuments to people number one but number two if you read American history George Washington was one of the most adamant believers in the freedom of slaves but at the time what did you do if you released slaves where were they going to go and I'm not defending slavery slavery was a horrible thing in this country and a little bit more in American history and what you read more and more about it one of the things that happened during the the when they were having the constitutional convention they had such a hard time getting a constitution done we had just had this horrible war George Washington actually gone home after the war was over and they could not get a constitution written and they went and got general Washington Donald how many of you know the story of heard about the service of George Washington they wanted to make George Washington the king and he turned it down that's we we didn't do this for a king separation of powers was a big deal to the leadership we did not want to king George Washington they rode was house and they said we need you in Philadelphia we need your help we are not able to come to a resolution a constitution we need you to be there George Washington and and a very famous time in his life turned his back and said haven't I done enough for my country he shut the door in their face only to get up the next day or hours later and ride into Philadelphia to be there to continue his service to the country yes he was a slave owner but he was against slavery and there were many people that wanted slavery ended when the country was founded but there was too much division at the time and we could not allow the country to go back over the bridge I'm not making excuses I'm giving reasons I'm telling you what happened if you look through history and some of the personal things that people said they were slave owners and more the founders of this country they understood the contradiction that slavery was that we are going to have a nation that is run by the people and then we're going to have people that we don't list is full of people there were those in leadership in America early America that still thought slavery was the right thing to do obviously we had a civil war eventually over it and the right side on that story one the idea that we're going to tear down monuments is absurd first of all but let's talk about what we're dealing with right now you can force someone to change their words it's not going to change their heart you can force someone to change what they look at I think what NASCAR is doing symbolically by getting rid of the Confederate flag is the right thing to do and I grew up in the south but NASCAR making a statement as a business in America saying that is a symbol that we don't want to sow seed with our brand anymore is a is a smart thing to do but you're not going to change anybody's hearts by doing that and I'm not trying to be over dramatic when I say but if you change people's hearts their behavior naturally changes you can take a racist and you can force a racist to not use racist language in public that doesn't change the racist mind but if you can work on changing a racist minded heart they will naturally change their language so if the goal is I just don't want to see it and I just don't want to hear it then go ahead fight now about taking down take down the Washington Monument right take down the Jefferson memorial try to do those things keep cutting the heads off Christopher Columbus statues go ahead go ahead and where we're going to be in four weeks from right now is no closer to a resolution that we've ever been let's stop with the symbolism we have gotten to a point where symbolically both sides are willing to listen and here come the radical voices in it for anybody out there that's hearing this argument for the first time that we shouldn't have caught Columbus day it should be indigenous peoples day we should get rid of the Washington the Jefferson memorials we should get rid of them because they were slaves if you think this is the first time this argument is been going on for decades decades there is a lot to be explained you are never gonna symbolically change things and make real change happen it has never happened politically correct you look at the politically correct language we use now and I use the correct language because I don't want to be offensive I will ask questions so as not to offend I'm not trying to pander I want to get my point across without you thinking the words I'm using our offensive if you know that I will I don't use the N. word I think it I'd that's a horrible word I will never use that word it's in American literature going way back why would we sanitise that'd not explain that this used to be the cultural norm in America it's not anymore if you read what Dr Martin Luther king has written and he's written some brilliant books the the word he used to describe African American people was Negro that was the word in the nineteen sixties that everybody uses a descriptive term it went from there to Afro American and from there it went to African American and we gladly change with whatever the cultural time is to make sure we're not offensive but your heart has to change first or what you're doing is just to not get in a fight so is it that you just don't care what they think you just don't want to see it or hear it you think somehow if we tear down the Washington Monument of the Jefferson memorial you're stepping in a direction of ending slavery or ending that the people that thought slavery was a good idea you think the clan cares they don't you change people's hearts you will change people's minds you will change their.
"robert e. lee" Discussed on Important, Not Important
"I have found. That are really worth mentioning Only five years apart. Wow Twenty one. I A one hundred five years apart. Okay little different. She's I read. I read the dates that I wrote and then I read what they were and I was like nope. Those are more than five hundred. Can't be right can't be right I will take. I guess the first one who cares I won. I mean the older one. Yeah I'm sure you can on this day April ninth in eighteen sixty five eighteen five Robert e Lee. No boy surrenders. Oh Nice civil war effectively over. Yeah not totally over definitely more fighting out West Church but a pretty big pretty big deal you know I was writing. I'm writing the submarine moving and looking through one of these books from my grandfather was a radio man on the subs. And he just you know for years gave him submarine books and things like this historic histories and cut away is and all that stuff and and we had a submarine in the nineteen seventies called the USS Robert e Lee Feels like someone how many people approved at seriously? What happened there? It's what was the meeting? Yeah wherever it was like yes. That's a good idea. And then over and over people said yes. That's a good God anyways. Wow Wow pretty big. Hey Do you think there could ever be another civil war in the states sales and percents. We're like months away anyways. What was.
"robert e. lee" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"And welcome to this episode of trend Benders or Thursday afternoon. I'm Jackie O'Brien. That's miles gray. Miles how you doing man. Oh just fucking brush Infra Trish. I'm always looking out my window because everybody like it's raining and everyone's saw this activity. People should be in their outs. I'm an old man. Yeah I instinctively distrust anybody. I see Dr St. I'm like the fuck you think you're going. What are you gotta go so important? It's this is our our minds become they're starting to do new things as we stay indoors but yeah the trends are inevitably. Mo- a lot to do with corona virus And other historical events of Seven one thousand nine hundred ninety nine New Yorkers that's how many people died in New York today And the debt. That still I think. The highest number of people that have died in the city In a day three days in a row that it was an all time high right but yeah. I think the the slight bit of good news APP. You're pointing to is that. They feel like if we continue to really keep the social distancing up and as serious as we have been like we can truly have an impact on what the final death toll is. But still yeah. The hospital admissions or at a Two week low. So that's great. I think the deaths are lagging. The hospital admissions by a couple of weeks Which makes sense and so. They're hoping that low hospital admissions are signed. That we're GONNA see people dying going down but you know that's one city and people. I know who are doctors in California are saying that they think the wave is coming out in California fairly soon. So let's talk about Robert E Lee. Why is he trying to confederate surrender? Day who'd a thought. This is the day. Yeah this is the day that they Gave up Yup when they gave up the Their business practices Because there's a disagreed may suspended their campaign. They suspended their campaigns and they were GONNA get a rise again like I remember when John Kelly the former chief of staff which I think was about seventeen years ago when he was you know longing for the days of the antebellum south we will hear from a lot of different Xijiang people about like how off the education was around slavery and the Civil War But Yeah so. This is that day were in the South. Yeah word the confederates surrendered. So there's that end end of end of that. Yeah Fuck that guy. Fuck the confederate. Wow we can ma- maybe we can add that again. Very brave might even add Abrahams take lists. Yeah glad you co host to show such a brave. Yeah Vigil Man of integrity you know. I don't care man. It might be unpopular. Say it but I'M GONNA I'm GONNA get con. Might have been a little bit more violent than we realize everyone. Just he was rough. He was rough rough with people. He's rough around. Thousand Kapernick is trending. Yeah too much rough housing for that guy needed to stop horsing around off their anyways who are sitting around. You know 'cause they were ill by war Joe Capper. Nick is trending because of fake twitter account. The went viral with a tweet saying it signed with the jets jets fans wish that he would sign with them. I'm guessing they haven't really had a lot of success at the quarterback position. Although I guess they have a rookie now is not too bad. But he would be better than their backup. I'll take your word for it. Yeah Mark Sanchez. That's the last jets quarterback. I remember. Yeah man you really up on that How many how many quarterback has it been since Sanchez? Oh my God like prayed. Five living over a decade ago probably. I don't even know van awhile ago. I'm just so yeah I'm in and out with NFL man. That's like you can see the last time I knew why went to high school with Nick. Folk who was a kicker there? Oh yes so that was. Actually I think the last time because I think Mark Sanchez probably the quarterback when nick folk was kicking there. Yeah I'm not going to be totally off anyway. What's he up to? I don't know. Man Sparrow is trending so as anti ns because Somebody put up a challenge to people on twitter. He said Rien Que Smith me. We free tweeted. You're in the mall and need a quick bite. Who are you hitting up? Auntie Ann's Panda Express Cinnabon or sparrow. I mean I would go spiro person. That's who I it all depends right. I think this is a fascinating to bitch FA fascinating prompt and it shows you how board we are longing for the days of old where we were in shopping malls courts for me it just walking around. I haven't actually assing stranger when I look at this these options. I feel like I'm in high school again because my mall had mostly didn't have auntie Ann's but I would hit up. I never heard of cinnabon because it was too sweet and I was like a hungry as teenage boy who might need it as much as for as little money as trying to get diabetes today I actually. I didn't like Sabar that much because I thought the pizza wasn't as good so I ate a lot of panda express but I love Auntie Ann's Yeah I do too. I really like on tunes or Indians. Any as a penny because now the mob word that. I used to go to high school. It's a wetzel pretzels. And you know they. They have nice variety but I feel like they're doing a little too much any ends they that any NFL. John Classic one not the Parmesan one for me. Who GETS A Little Cup? A Notch only Parmesan. Fuck man the classic though where it's just like it's mostly butter with a little bit of Pretzel next and then like Saint. They got a little little salt. But each piece of e- each individual piece of salt really like alters the task of I feel like we're just like we should be hovering around an oil drum fire right now as you regale us with this man all right. Here's your options. These four things are being gathered around. Jack's going to do one of his famous one of his famous prompts my slam poetry about Mall Food Court food people in tears. Think Pretzel as you check out from spargo and get a mountain dew. Because I'm pretty sure they were Pepsi brand up you look over and you think yeah why not. GonNa have some of that big ZD and the big ZDF's borrow underrated. Nice whole fucking layer cheers on top with some Mutiara Shit. So good was control. What the Fuck Anyway? What's your favorite Panda Express meal? I would just eat the Hans our soup a bunch of fried rice chow main eggrolls and then orange chicken and then they started doing another chicken. That was Ernst. Yeah I ate the most like just the most regular straight up the Middle Panda Express and then they started doing like another. Shikin is basically like if fried chicken was crossed with a donut. Yeah Yeah Yeah. It's bits delicious. It's delicious and that lives because there's a lot of pavilions supermarkets in L. A. That have a panda express built into them so I would always. Why is that you know off to explore that that could be like the Tabasco Agreement or maybe the same parent company? I don't know I don't know have we. Have you heard from emily? That like whether Ryan Johnson ever told her what the Tabasco I think we should. We should circle back on that. And if we haven't heard back yeah. We need to circle back embark on our own. We'll circle back and then we'll We'll get back to you. Read the Tabasco all right guys so it's going to do it for this.
Robert Lee Yates Pt. 1
"To the graphic nature of these killers crimes listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of murder and assault that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen friends and neighbors knew Robert Lee. As an average joe he was quiet and unassuming to some acquaintances in his native spokane Washington. Yates was so remarkable that they didn't remember him at all. Yates was a decorated army helicopter. Pilot he was a father to five children. He enjoyed working with his cars which included his beloved white corvette. He lived a quiet unassuming life or so everyone thought. It soon became clear that despite Roberts mild matter nature he had a sinister side from nineteen seventy five until nine hundred ninety eight. He murdered at least seventeen people around Washington state. Soon this unassuming average Joe became spokane's most Torius resident. Hi I'm Greg Olsen and this is serial killers on the podcast network every Monday dive into the minds and madness of serial killers today. We're going to take a deep dive into the life of Robert Lee Gates a convicted murderer who killed sixteen women and one man in spokane Washington.
Woman says man held her against her will, forced her to watch 'Roots' to understand racism
"There's a fifty two year old guy named Robert Lee no no we No E. her man he's from cedar rapids Iowa he's been in an on again off again relationship for almost twenty years with the thirty seven year old woman named Jill Shelton on Monday night Jill was over at Robert's house and they got into an argument according to jail Robert threatened her older you sit here and watch roots so you can better understand your racism no try to talk about it being a racist and he said he'd kill or if he didn't all my god he's so this is her story yeah Robert is a black guy in jail as white it's not clear whether Robert for still to watch the original roots the mini series from seventy seven or the twenty sixteen remake didn't even know there was a mailer wow he was arrested for harassment false imprisonment here for someone to watch it well but she's dating him like you think you know and he's like look you some of the stuff you're saying his bomb amino month black history month two yes there is fully the stuff you're saying not right yeah I'm trying to help you
Woman says man held her against her will, forced her to watch 'Roots' to understand racism
"And in all you will man is facing charges today after he allegedly kidnapped a woman and forced her to watch the TV mini series roots is so that she would overcome her racism Robert Lee noise use force the woman to watch this series with him in cedar rapids and when she tried to leave the allegedly told her to sit down and watch or he would kill her and spread her body parts along the interstate the mini series based on the bestselling book chronicles slavery in America and no way now faces first degree harassment and false imprisonment
Woman says man held her against her will, forced her to watch 'Roots' to understand racism - NBC News
"The man held a female captive and forced her to watch roots so that she could better understand her racism according to a criminal complaint investigators allege that Robert Lee noisy fifty to a black man yesterday forced Jill Shelton thirty seven a white woman to sit with him and watch the program about slavery Shelton allegedly was held against her will inside a small cedar rapids home she has shared with the ma'am Shelton told Popo that when she tried to move he threatened her to remain seated and watch the movie with him or else he would kill her and spread her body parts across our three eighty on the way to Chicago see that's too much you can threaten the killer but threatening to then spread her body crop parts across to the highway that's too far
The Mcstay Family Murder: Setting the Scene
"The mcstay family had recently moved into their new house on on a nice cul de sac in fallbrook California Nets. At the time they disappeared. They had relocated from a beachside apartment in San Clemente. Joey and summer next day had been making plans working on home renovations when they stopped responding to texts and phone calls on February Fourth Twenty ten Joseph was forty he owned and operated earth inspired products misses a business at designed installed water fountains. It had been. Joey's dream to be self employed Loyd in order for him to spend as much time as possible with his sons Johnny h four and Joseph Junior h three. Joey's summer was a licensed assist real estate agent. She taken some time off in order to be a stay at home mother. Yeah and to work on the house. 'cause there was a lot of work to be done there. They big cleanser this house. Stay Dead Joey and summer had each been married once before when they met and according to friends they fell in love quickly and they were just crazy about each other and quite happy. So let's go into summer. Joey's history is a bit just to get a better understanding of who they were as people and who they were as a couple before this all happened. So Joey's birth name was Joseph Allen Ashley. His Mother Susan married his biological logical father. Robert Lee right out of high school but the marriage just didn't last very long at all. Susan then met Patrick mcstay. Nineteen in seventy one and Patrick was quite happy to take over his. Joey's father he and Susan married in nineteen seventy two. They were married and and Patrick adopted Joey with Robert. Ashley's permission which I found pretty interesting and with this adoption Joe. His name was legally changed to Joseph. Brian mcstay then in nineteen seventy-three. Joey's brother Michael was born. And Joey was a doting big brother. Who really love to help out with Michael's care but unfortunately Patrick and citizens marriage didn't last long either and they divorced in nineteen seventy five and and they would continue to have some back and forth issues over the years? Although Susan remarried and maintained custody of Joey and Michael the two boys did continue to spend in time with their father Patrick and for a while in his teens joey went to live with his dad in Dallas Texas. So according to Patrick the father he was is very close with Joey. A very good relationship is consistent adopted kid right right Berkeley her very good relationship. Well I mean. He came in pretty early in. Joey's life so there wasn't a lot of you know arguing back and forth about anything not a lot of that. You're not my real father stuff through now. Joey met his first wife Heather in nineteen ninety and they got married in nineteen ninety two in nineteen ninety six. They had a son now. Al Joanne Heather lift in San Clemente near the beach. Had his father's pretty wealthy Yona jewelry store in Laguna beach but he really likes Joey and he helped give his daughter just an absolutely beautiful wedding and before he met and married Heather Joe. It had several jobs he worked as a waiter and bartender. He also started his own small business designing and selling products now later. He began designing small waterfalls and fountains in his garage. He borrowed a little bit of money from his father opened a shop which he called Naturally Dana Point and by late nineteen ninety six was quite successful. He had made over two hundred thousand dollars in sales then he brought his brother Michael and open naturally DP fountains with the least warehouse for the production. So he's starting to move up a little bit here. Yes very hard worker very motivated. But Heather enjoys marriage. Rich fell apart and he found out that heather was having an affair and she had become pregnant by her lover but still he kind of blamed himself at least in part are because he'd been working a lot so he wasn't spending much time with her. He tried to work things out even told heather that he would happily raise the new baby as his own But it was too late. Heather was already in love with this other guy and she decided on a divorce but apparently this was devastating to joey. He was still in love with heather so he was pretty heartbroken and depressed any moved in with his mom and according to her he went through months and months of depression. He and his brother Michael continued to run the fountain business though and eventually they got together with a computer expert named Dan. Kavanagh Dan and help them build a website so they could begin doing their business as earth inspired products online so people could go online and order fountains so this is really opened up things for them then. Joey did meet summer. That was in two thousand four. They were introduced by. Joey's friend who was named macgyver. So I don't remember. He had enough his parents liked the TV show. It's a strange name choices in it or yeah so summer was just breaking up with her longtime boyfriend. Vic and Joey and summer's relationship moved fast but she was worried about how vic was going to react to her being with someone a new so soon she didn't own a house with vic and had to go through the legalities of getting her name off of the property in the mortgage and getting some money out of that so summer was a bit eccentric and she had been known by more than one name so this would end up causing a lot of speculation after the family's family's disappearance like what was going on with her. She was born Virginia Lisa Aranda and had also been known as SUMMER MARTELLI SUMMER ARANDA RANDOM MARTELLI LISA Aranda and Lisa Martelli Summers mom raised her and her two siblings on her own as a single mom in both California and Chicago and according to summer's mother Martelli was the surname of Summers Stepdad. Now another thing that summer did that would lead some people to question things was that she was also known to have taken some years off her age when speaking to people. But there's no evidence that she used this new birth date on any legal documents family members including her sister. Heavens suggested that her name changes were just her own preference and it wasn't anything anything to avoid any legal entanglements. She was just the kind of person who wanted to make up her own name. She went to live in California and be named summer and she did did. She did it so summer gave birth to Joey's first son Johnny in two thousand five and in less than two years later Joseph Junior was born a summer had an aversion to hospitals and both boys were delivered at home shortly after Joseph. Juniors born Joe in summer got married and this is a small ceremony in Orange County. The summer side of the family didn't attend. She didn't seem very close to family. And this worry. Joey's mother so the night before the wedding summer had called her family s and not to come to the wedding and stole his mom. Susan was never quite sure awesome redundant no but it seems like. Joey knew why he wasn't questioning it. So you know there were issues but what family doesn't have issues really. Were your those issues. His issues right and these were a little extraordinary. I guess but who knows what was going on and it was a small second marriage. So maybe it wasn't a big deal. Having family. There is a bigger deal to some people than others where I would put that as a priority. I'd like they're where my family at my wedding. Of course right. Yeah but not all. My family came to my wedding. We'll important one stood. Oh okay well. According to a lot of people though summer was very jealous of Joe his first wife Joey and heather shared custody of their son Jona. Joey's friends friends and family said that summer was very caring Jona even though she wasn't always thrilled with heather. Summer did complained to her sister. Tracy that heather would barge barge into their house regularly. You know even walking in when Joey's in the shower kind of weird and she would drop off Jona without calling ahead and just kind of expect. Expect summer to Babysit so summer was trying to get along and she put up with it at first but eventually she told Joey that she was going to have to break up and leave if he didn't set some boundaries with the ex wife now to me that seems totally reasonable for those to me too yeah. I'm not just a working or drop off daycare right. No Yeah and you're not married to him anymore. So what are you walking into the House for is if you live here. Durham my house. Yeah Komo Yard. That's right so I totally get that. I mean it's territorial thing if nothing else plus. It's disrespectful very disrespectful. To summer summer and to summer and Joey's relationship maybe not the best thing for Jona to see either possibly not
"robert e. lee" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"And and and Robert E Lee was an amazing general. He's still seen as Roe the ideal candidate at West Point, all true. But as it Stanley mcchrystal glossing over who he is. Former general he he ran the war effort and Afghanistan for a while had to step down because of a Rolling Stone interview that doesn't matter anyway. This is all fairly recently. And and he's got a book out about leadership. But he said no point in his schooling. Did the question ever come up out about Robert E Lee, why was he willing to lead an army against his own country? What were his views on slavery? He said nobody ever asked that question in any discussion of Robert L E throughout my schooling. We just kind of skipped over it. And that is true for me too. Yeah. That's interesting. I I know I've considered that at length and talked about that at length in various classes, but I don't remember exactly when they occurred. It might have been college. One of these things in this is interesting from a modern perspective is he considered himself a Virginian more than un-american because your state was your primary locus of power was identity back in the day. That was a big part in. That's that's all very interesting. But the point getting back to the thanksgiving thing because it was interesting, but your tone was very dismissive. Well, I started with this whole thanksgiving thing. So I'm trying to put a boa met which I do. I put bows on top of my mashed potatoes and gravy, Drake. Put a bow on top of the Bo he one of butter. Both my kids may achieve butter bo-. Both my kids made cakes again this year furrows. Yes, we had those for desserts, which I didn't have any oven. Neither did Laura homeboy. 'cause they freestyle it, right? Yeah. Yes, they go. They go heavy on the sprinkles boys some cleaning materials to. Windex or four zero nine eight or rules has to be stuff. You can eat. Okay. No, no, windex drown. No dog treats only things people eat regularly so way, too many sprinkles boy too, much frosting. Homeboy Henry made his with food coloring and unappealing color on purpose because he thought only he would eat it. Nobody would he made it vomit green whole coloring. Oh boy. I'll get the cake to myself. Oh boy. Anyway, the whole thanksgiving thing came up at at at at our house in Stanley and Stanley mcchrystal hit. This is Robert E Lee screed about you know, I don't wanna wallow in our things that we did wrong in this country because we've mostly gotten it. Right. But there's no point in teaching that it was just happy happiness the pilgrims and Indians coming together. And then just skip onto the next thing. Same with Robert Ely. He was a great leader..
"robert e. lee" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"You talk about an amazing leader. And how should we treat those people? They are products of products of the United States of America. But they were on the wrong side of a big issue. Well, that's right. I think we have to treat them as humans, and they we have to admit that even in the context of the moment. I think they made a decision that is morally indefensible now, there are a lot of things that would say they were just, you know, seventy percent of the United States army officers that were in the US army before the war win that will from the south went to the south. But still thirty percent didn't. And so we we can't be entirely dismissive of that is something we should judge them on general Stanley mcchrystal's online is book as leaders myth and reality just a couple of minutes left. Speaking of general, Robert E Lee reminds me of this a can you this one of my favorite topics from the revolutionary period general Washington lost again? And again and is hailed as a great general. Why? Well, he understood I mean, he lost battles. Right. He understood that to win the war. All he really had to do was keep the continental army in the field. And as a as a threat to the British. He knew that over time that Britain would tire of the expense of the war. They would they would feel like they were putting their hand in a bucket in one part of the country pulling out and immediately that the rebel cause would feel back in. And that was the case of all he had to do was not lose. But that was a much taller order than it seemed because keeping the army in the field, keeping it fed keeping it supplied and keeping its morale up minute had to fight periodically. It couldn't just run away. It had to fight periodically. And that was great risk against the best land army in the world the British army at the time. So you know, he actually was a pretty cagey leader and his moral leadership. If you look at times. Was just so towering that many cases it probably kept the army together. When almost nothing else would have we could talk to you all day, sir. And I wish we could perhaps someday we can talk a little longer general Stanley mcchrystal. The book is leaders myth in reality with Jeff Eggers. And Jason men Joan general, a real pleasure. Thank you. What's my honor? Thanks for the time. You got it. If we are doing a long form podcast. I know the question that needs to be asked. But I didn't wanna ask me up at the time. What kind of a leaders Donald Trump? Oh boy. And mcchrystal's answer could be news-making all boy, but I didn't wanna derailed the whole conversation. And do the thing that everybody.
"robert e. lee" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Self self image self esteem selfassertion it made for a lonely world kids learned everything there was to know about sex and forgot everything there was to know about love and no one had the nerve to tell them there was a difference in the nineteen eighties kids lost their whole stripped of innocence authority in love and plagued by the horror of a nuclear nightmare large in growing numbers of this generation stopped believing in the future in the nineteen ninety s kids lost their power to reason less and less we're taught the very basics of language truth and logic as they grew up with the irrational not yoga postmodern world in the new millennium kids bulk up and found out that somewhere in the midst of all this change they lost their imagination violence and perversion entertain them till none could talk of killing innocent people since none was innocent anymore good for you it's good to sit silently and let that sink in we didn't just happen to find ourselves in the times in which we live we've sown the wind we're reaping the whirlwind i remember the scene that appears in one of the great volumes on the civil war it's a real account of robert e lee by then a broken hearted general who had been defeated in the war but still was revered by those living in the south one woman brought her little baby to general lee place the little child in his arms and lee hill the child and looked at the mother who had wanted him to bless her boy and he said to her teach this child that he must deny himself if you're teaching your child that he must deny himself you're a rare parent and i commend you.
"robert e. lee" Discussed on WJR 760
"Eighteen fifty seven and he left the house to his son son in law and his daughter his son in law was robert e lee robert e lee in eighteen sixty one when the civil war broke out robert e lee was a colonel in the union army and he made the decision to go south instead of to fight for the union so he resigned his commission he went to richmond's as everyone knows now he fought through the whole war as a ultimately as command of the the confederate army and lost and in the process it's hard to to recall today hard to remember today most of that war the worst battles of that war were fought with and a few miles of washington dc or within maybe a day or two of washington so almost immediately as as the civil war unfolded the bodies began piling up and there was no place to bury them there's nobody had planned for the amount of carnage there was going to be more than six hundred thousand people died in the civil war on both sides nowhere to bury them so the a union officer montgomery mags who was quartermaster general the union army who was a friend of lee's and and earlier days said well why don't we take the arlington plantation across the river the lease aren't there mexican sittard lead be a traitor let's take his land so they did that they started bearing people there in eighteen sixty three apple leave it loss and they you know they're still burying people at arlington and all the year since i just saw someone talking yesterday rubber pool as the author of on hallowed ground the story of arlington national cemetery that there are on average thirty burials a day and the question becomes who can be buried there at arlington and be like back then in eighteen sixty three when arlington was filling up with bodies from the civil war which wasn't even close to being over yet they were running out of room are they running out of.
Baltimore rededicates ex-Confederate site to Harriet Tubman
"The area so we'll be a nor'easter but it will take a pretty far east track so this go around the highest subjects will be boston intimate so eastern new england but still were expecting some snow locally tomorrow night into tuesday morning could be some slippery roads what did three inches of snow is expected what's will be gusty but not nearly as strong as some of the recent storms most people are areas say they've had enough of winter for one year and many are still waiting for the power to come on after the last two storms about 2000 customers don't have any electricity but the utility says it hopes to have everyone back on line by later tonight allen lives and the marynich and has been running his generator nonstop since the storm hit but he's worried about his neighbor there's no louis woman the next door she's relive room with her daughter because it's very hard for her you know being alone in the cold weather and everything and she doesn't have any heat jcp l reports about nineteen thousand new jersey residents are still waiting for their power pseg long island now says it's restored all customers impacted by the nor'easter about four thousand customers remained in the dark in orange and rockland counties baltimore as honoring an antislavery activist on the same site where a confederate statue once held sway for nearly seventy years a stance you of confederate generals robert lee stonewall jackson stood in baltimore's weiming park dell until last august when the city removed the confederate symbols now that portion of the park has been dedicated to area tubman led slaves to freedom through the underground railroad this this great woman for ceremony saturday came on the one hundred fifty anniversary of tough means death.
"robert e. lee" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"The reason he accepted the commission to make this robert e lee stature is because lee was a figure in american history he was a person who turned what were rebels under his command in two americans guess what the guy on the horse dexter robert e lee is tube is believed to be a freed slave according to this this art critic for the dallas morning news and director of the art institute of of art history and eta ute dallas utd ducked a rick bredl says that that other guy on the horse next roberty lee is believed to be a freed slave which is a point that should not be lost during the current debate it creates a whole moral conundrum for us so what are we think about that a man once forced to be a slave and the idea that a white man in a black man riding from the confederacy into america into a new world was an idea that was so powerful to the sculptor the here this that is a free slave on the horse next to robert ealy that is a freed slave now according to me of according to an expert who is an art critic to the dallas morning news in let up let me remind you black lives matter and tifa are going to try and try to tear this guy down again fired immoral watch because public telling the truth about this and there is no longer any room for truth is no wrong for the no longer any room for reason they must be torn down as if they're murdering and torturing and terrorising killing people eight hundred two eight eight wbap is our number eight hundred two eight eight.
"robert e. lee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Forty fifty years ago our our this what's change your buchanan has a really interesting piece about this called america second civil war they had found a leader robert e lee and what a leader no military leaders since napoleon had aroused such enthusiastic devotion among troops as did leave when he reviewed them on his horse traveler so wrote samuel elliott morrison and his majesty aerial the oxford history of the american people and 19th sixty five first in his class at west point hero of the mexican war lee was the man to whom president lincoln turned to lead his army but when virginia seceded lee would not lift up his sword against his own people in shows to defend his home state rather than wage war upon her the veneration of lee wrote richard weaver quote appears and the saying attributed to a confederate soldier the quotation is as follows the rest of us may have descended from monkeys but it took a god to make mars robert growing up after world war two this was accepted history robert e lee was a noble warrior was a christian gentlemen was beloved by his soldiers and was revered not just in the united states by internationally and of course he was commandant of of west point as we as we noted yet on the militant left today no name lee the namely excuse me evokes raw hatred and howls of racist and trader a clamour has arisen to have all statues of ham and all confederate soldiers and statesman pulled down from their pedestals and put museums are tossed on the trash piles so what's changed since nineteen sixty five it's not history there have been no new great discoveries about lay what has changed is america herself she's not the same country we've passed through a.
"robert e. lee" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Of the of the judiciary is disruptive because it takes black and white laws it applies the gray matter and the gray area of society and it tries to reconcile what the laws black and white and the gray area real world mean and what justice should be every ruling every statement of a judges controversial by its nature i am beyond offended that this judge was suspended and then feels the need to resign unless he's got some political aspiration this is a publicity stunt don't think it is but i'm offended that we've reached this point where if you speak out about something that is like the confederate flag or confederate monument that all of a sudden you have subjected you you're self to risk for your economic viability i'm not talking about being someone that part of a white nationalist group that says you know we will not we hate jews are we hate black people or whatever it is i'm not talking about those kind of groups i'm talking about someone who wage into a discussion such as this issue on roberty late it was ironic last night i was a delegated the task of helping my son with studying for test tomorrow on civil war history and i'm reading through his notes and i am reminded of something i had completely forgotten robert e lee did not approve of slavery general robert e lee the subject matter this whole white nationalist rally the subject matter of the charlotte's vr that this was the the flashpoint of all of this that happened was the democrat city maiti percent democrat city shouts vergara bites officials were was in a process of taking down the robert elise statue white nationalist show up with a racist and bigotry remarks and they want to defend the confederate symbols because of whatever beliefs of superiority they have wicket in sick but that that's the case and so to some extent the confederate symbols have been transformed by these hate groups into their symbols just like radical islamic terrorism is allowing or i'm sorry islam see i am was made the mistake of forty in slip just like islam is allowing radical islamic terrorism to rewrite the nature of islam from a public relations standpoint at least as being a violent religion just like the.