35 Burst results for "Salem"

Charlie Learned THIS Lesson From His Midterm Messaging

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | Last week

Charlie Learned THIS Lesson From His Midterm Messaging

"Larry says Charlie, this is all your fault. You told people to go vote on election day. I blame you, shame on you. Okay, look, you got to defend yourself. Okay? I'm not trying to belabor a point here, but you got to be very precise if you're going to attack us on this. Okay? I said, I was going to vote on election day, but repeatedly we did warn on this program, and it's a learning lesson that I should have done even more and should have been more insistent that there's going to be a traffic jam on election day and we should entertain in person early voting. This is one of many clips. This is one where I did a Salem radio network event. In the valley in Phoenix, Arizona, and Scottsdale I'm sorry, trying to warn about what was coming on election day, play cut 44. But there's something I'm very worried about that all of you need to get serious about and you guys believe a difference. How many of you plan to vote on election day, raise your hands? Yeah, this is going to be a problem. Maricopa County can not facilitate all of you. I'll tell you right now. They are creating a traffic jam. And it's going to deter conservative turnout. So we got to fix it. I'm telling you right now, we are going to see three, four, 5, 6 hour waiting lines, a miracle of the county, and may solve a good year in sun city. And unless you're ready to waste 6 hours to go vote, then we got in there this time. So how do we figure it out? I'm not a fan of mail in voting at all, but in person early voting should not be discounted unless you want to wait three or four hours in line. I think we are going to see a traffic jam designed by Stephen richer designed previously by farm tests that criminal that used to be in there. And there we are. And so just, I wish I would have been more, I wish I would have repeated that even more.

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Mike Rowe: Screens Cause Men to Be Soft and Lazy

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | Last week

Mike Rowe: Screens Cause Men to Be Soft and Lazy

"Mike Rowe was recently on Tucker Carlson's show. They were at the patriot. I believe it's called the patriot awards yes it is for Fox. And micro was interviewed by Tucker Carlson. And I just want to go through some of the things that Mike rose said to kind of set the tone. And I really do think this is important. And the more that I think about this, there's always when it comes to politics, there's always micro issues. There's symptoms and there's always a greater disease at play. And I think the denigration of manhood in America has become a huge problem. And we're seeing it play out in politics if you, if you just look at it. All right? So Mike Rogan, he was on Tucker Carlson's show. And Tucker Carlson obviously was interviewing him and Mike wrote to Tucker Carlson that the man in this country they're becoming soft and lazy and he says that's in part due to how much time these men are spending on their screens. I want to get into some of the specifics of what Mike rose said, but I think we all can relate to that. Listen, I spend a lot of time on my phone screen. I spend tons of time on my computer screen. I'm not looking to be influenced, though. I'm looking to search for, you know, news stories, headlines, and to be able to do a show like this or to be able to do my own show. To be able to do my podcast, by the way, check out my podcast the Carl Jackson show dot com Salem podcast network dot com or wherever you get your podcasts. And you can follow me on social media. The Carl Jackson show. But here's what Mike Rowe had to say to Tucker Carlson. So he said, so I'm wrong about I'm quoting, obviously, so I'm wrong about as much as I am right. And it's for that reason. I hate to say, I told you so.

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Carl Jackson: We Have to Adapt to Ballot Harvesting

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | Last week

Carl Jackson: We Have to Adapt to Ballot Harvesting

"I want to address the ballot battle. I want to address the culture battle. And I want to address the free speech battle. And I think the free speech battle. That's where this new special prosecutor comes into play. We all know that this is another witch hunt to do everything they can, the left to destroy former president Donald Trump, but I want you to understand that as Republicans, let me say this. And I want to be emphatically clear. And I really have to, I really have to check my own gut as I know more conservatives were moving this way. And I wanted to make sure that I wasn't being swayed, but I thought it was the right thing to do in order to save this country. Guys, if we're going to save this country, we have to adapt ballot harvesting. I never thought I would have said that. If you would ask me this two weeks ago, I'll be honest with you, just two weeks ago. I wouldn't have said it. Let me share a story with you. And then I'm going to give you some stats and I want to talk about what's happening in Arizona. I want to bring that back to the forefront of your minds because I don't want to let this go and I don't want you to let this go. I am now convinced, as a matter of fact, I did a short podcast on it this morning. Please subscribe to my podcast. Salem podcast network dot com or the Carl Jackson show dot com. I did a quick but jam packed podcast on on this very topic this morning. But I am convinced of this. That if we're going to save America, we're going to have to ballot harvest. I would have never thought I would have said that. Literally, just two weeks ago.

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What Is the Trinity? Abdu Murray Explains

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

What Is the Trinity? Abdu Murray Explains

"Am on the Trinity broadcasting network. I'm in the Trinity broadcasting studios. You may be listening to this on Salem radio. But the bottom line is, we all throw around the term Trinity. We know it's important. And here I just happen to be seated with Abdul Murray, who may be can tell us, I don't know how succinctly you're able to describe the Trinity, but it's so central, it's so important. Tell us what you can. Sure, absolutely. And so what I think the important part is that Christians often, I think, get hung up, and people who are on the Christian sort of sphere get hung up on missed definitions. So thinking God is one and three. That's true, but people think often that God is one and three in the same sense, and that we chalk it up to mystery. Now, I agree with you. Mystery is a big important part of this because to quote someone else and I think if you said it, but it's we can apprehend the Trinity without comprehending the Trinity. So you can get it. It can actually make sense, but it can transcend our ability to actually make sense of it because of our limited capacities. So I think if we understand the Trinity as what it's not sometimes, we can get out of the way. So it's not that God is one in one way and three in another way. It's God is one in one sense and three in another completely different sets. So God is one being one what, like this cup has nature. It has a nature of a non living thing. And I have in nature. And my nature is living thing. So I have a whatness and the cup has a whatness. But I have an additional quality. And that additional quality is who this sounds like Dr. Seuss a little bit. But you're what the cup is of what, but you are also a who and the cup is not a who. Right, so it's nature, something's nature, and something's personhood are exclusive ideas. So it's not contradictory to say, God is one in his nature and three in his persons. Now,

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Jennifer Horn and Carl Jackson Discuss the GOP's Prospects

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

Jennifer Horn and Carl Jackson Discuss the GOP's Prospects

"Right now is a guy who knows Florida knows Donald Trump knows we're on desantis Carl Jackson is here host of the Carl Jackson show heard in Orlando Florida and of course you hear him all the time on Salem radio, one of our best colleagues and host you can follow him at Carl Jackson show on Twitter and Carl, thanks for being with us today on America first. Thank you, Dan. I appreciate you having me on. And now this is going to be an interesting one because we know Donald Trump is jumping in and we hear. Chris Christie talking about the independence that he's going to turn off and that perhaps maybe someone like Iran desantis is better suited. I would contend Carl that there aren't a lot of moderates independent. I almost feel like they're kind of like the unicorn. Everybody is so divided. Everybody has such strong opinions right now. And I believe what happened to our friendly older, it doesn't matter who you are. If you have a Republican buy your name, they're going to come after you. I don't know if you're Trump or just say it to whoever you are. They're coming for you. Yeah, honestly, this is why Jen, when we get in power, the Republican Party, we need to willpower. I mean, it's just simple as that, listen, I don't think that Trump is a liability to the GOP, that's a bunch of nonsense. I defer a little bit in where I don't, I didn't like the tag to desantis. I think this is the time to be united and not divided unless they do get into a primary. But I'll say this. I want Trump to be the next president. And I'll tell you, I'll tell you why. Foreign policy is that no one's talking about that. But for God's sakes, we're damn near and World War three, Trump was able to curtail Xi Jinping, the guy in North Korea, I don't know why his name escapes me right now. Kim Jong-un. Thank you. Kim Jong-un, the world has gone to hell in a handbasket without him in office. He did things that were, he was very good when it comes to when it comes to foreign policy. I

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Kevin McCullough Is Calling Out Career Politicians

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Kevin McCullough Is Calling Out Career Politicians

"Are calling out the career politicians like Mitch McConnell. I guess you have a better view of Kevin McCarthy. But I guess my question is, why doesn't somebody like Kevin McCarthy talk about voter fraud? Why does he, I just think it's such an offense against this nation that we would allow malfeasance that we would allow that kind of corruption. It's hard for me to process, hard for me not to get angry when I see lying and cheating and people not saying anything. But full disclosure on mister McCarthy, not only do we share the same initials. But at that singer, your boss and mine at the Salem news channel released an editorial just this weekend about why Kevin McCarthy is not a rhino. And if there's anybody in all of America that would know this, it would be at at stinger who has basically mentored in shepherd Kevin McCarthy from the time he entered California politics as a local congressman, a 150 years ago. It's much shorter than that. Well, everybody knows I love Eddie. I'm just saying they don't way back. But then just tell him because he had a lot of good guys, let's say he's got competing caucuses. So he's going to have several caucuses that are going to give him trouble in a very narrowly. Well, this is why I'm asking the question. I want to understand what was going on. This is going to compose about 80 members. So if he's at two 20, that's going to be the largest caucus total. Then you're going to have the freedom caucus, which is going to vote most of the time in the same step with the mega caucus. You're also going to have the moderate caucus, which is going to be about 40 people. Now, they're not going to be able to get legislation done. Or much of anything else done unless they have that caucus voting with them on things.

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Mike Gallagher Provides a COVID Update

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:13 min | 3 weeks ago

Mike Gallagher Provides a COVID Update

"Will admit this time this belt with COVID has been a little rougher than the first time I got it. A little less than a year ago. What was it last Christmas time, right? So this time around almost about 11 months later, I got it. And pretty sick. I'm not going to minimize it, although no fever, and thank you, lord. I have not lost my sense of taste or smell. That's all I've been worried about. But I rested up over the weekend, then of course Sunday got the studio all put together. I'm in my living room, although you can't tell if you're watching us on the Salem news channel, I'll bet it looks pretty snazzy. I'll bet it looks like the home studio, doesn't it? That's because all by myself, I plugged in every cable. I taped down every wire. I put every blue cable into the red box and every green cable into the purple box, poor Eric was on the phone with me. I completely destroyed Eric's Sunday because he's at his home in New Jersey with those dogs barking in the background. And we got the whole thing ready to go. So here we are.

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The Nervousness of Next Week's Midterm Elections

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 3 weeks ago

The Nervousness of Next Week's Midterm Elections

"Numbers are making me nervous. People's confidence is making me nervous. The fear I have is that people are going to get lulled into a sense of false sense of sort of complacency. You can not take this for granted. If the polls are correct, it is neck and neck. I happen to think the polls are not correct. But that I don't want to say that too much because I don't want to discourage you from voting. I voted day before, I guess it was yesterday, right? And it didn't feel right. It felt really weird to participate in early voting. In fact, to be, to be honest, I hated it. I hate not going on election day. But I'm going to be out of town working. I'm going to be in South Carolina at the Piedmont club club Tuesday of the upstate with my buddy Joey Hudson, we're going to be providing election coverage on the Salem news channel and on many of these stations around the country. So tune in right here at all your favorite platforms for our election night coverage coming up Tuesday since I was going to be out of town. I needed to vote.

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Grant Stinchfield on the Most Offensive Comments Biden Ever Made

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

Grant Stinchfield on the Most Offensive Comments Biden Ever Made

"To my good friend grant stinchfield, co host of the morning answer with Jennifer horn. That I think we're about the same vintage. We're very, very fine vintage. I can't think of any president of either political party who's done that. Clinton did it when she was running for the presidential with her deplorables comment. This is even worse, basically calling half of America fascists. Give us your perspective as somebody born in America. On what this means and whether the GOP has had a requisite response to such a statement coming from outside of independence hall grant. Well, I will tell you that I think that is the most offensive comments that Joe Biden has ever made. It may be the most offensive comments ever, ever made by a Democrat or any politician against the opposing party. Look, the fact that they would call us terrorists in extremists because we love the constitution because we love freedom because we want government out of our lives because we believe fundamentally that we are better able to make decisions for us and our families than government is for that they call us extremists. We're extremists because we gather for a town hall in Los Angeles. We get a thousand people together and celebrate freedom with great patriots like you and the rest of the Salem radio host that we're on stage that day. That makes us extremists. To me, it is offensive. And I remember going back to my NRA days. I'll never forget when Wayne Lapierre told me. He says grant, they're not coming for the NRA. They're coming for all of our members. And that was in 20 15, maybe. Before it even got worse, he was so right, and it's prophetic because they're not coming for Donald Trump. They're coming for all of us.

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NY Post: Gov. Kathy Hochul Denies Surging Crime in New York

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:41 sec | Last month

NY Post: Gov. Kathy Hochul Denies Surging Crime in New York

"The front page of the New York Post today. If you're watching me on the Salem news channel, I'll hold up for you. Crazy cat. Kathy hochul says it's a GOP conspiracy to convince people that crime is rising. They got a picture of Kathy hochul with the big aluminum tinfoil hat on. You want to talk about conspiracy theories? How about Kathy hochul's assertion in her debate with Lee zeldin the other night? That we're data deniers. Those of us who are worried about rising crime in America. It's not really happening. Of course, the New York Post artfully points out by the data how the crime is surging wildly in New York and beyond.

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Jennifer Horn Talks Hawaii and Gas Prices

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:46 min | Last month

Jennifer Horn Talks Hawaii and Gas Prices

"Oh, it was a great trip to Hawaii. And you know what's really funny. This is not great, but for the people I was in, I was on the island of Maui, and stunning is that when you think about Hawaii you think, okay, they've got it all made over there. The only problem is that they have to pay a lot of money for gas. Do you know the California is paying a dollar more on average per gallon of gasoline than no, no, no, hang on, hang on, hang on, hang on, hang on, hang on. I've been to Hawaii. So California is the biggest state. The biggest economy in America. And it's a rather large piece. It is connected to the rest of America. Now why is a little island three and a half hours flight away that has to have everything, everything, even the tins of spam have to be flown in or shipped in there. If you know Hawaii, you understand that reference, did I just hit you right? That the little island of Hawaii has cheaper gas than California. Typically when we go to Hawaii because I hadn't been in three years every year I go with the job that I do with my dad. We have a radio business as well. And so they're so kind they send us for a week. Every almost every year over the last ten years or so, and whenever I go to Hawaii, I always go, oh, those gas prices. I can't imagine. Now they're a dollar cheaper than what I'm paying in California. It's ridiculous. They're paying over $5. We're still paying over $6 in California. Help me out, Jeff. I have a job with Salem and I get sent to Philly to ganja downtown. She works for CRN talk and she gets to go to Hawaii. How does that work, Jeff? And don't we have an affiliate in Honolulu, I think? Can you just fix that

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A Montage of John Fetterman's Debate Performance

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:55 min | Last month

A Montage of John Fetterman's Debate Performance

"Here's a little Salem news channel Montage of the shocking moments in the John fetterman, Doctor Oz debate in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania night before last. Hi, good night, everybody. He has never met an ear, an oil company that he doesn't swipe right about. It's about supporting and helping young earners. Young young students, to give them a break, I believe that supporting I do support fracking and all right, I support fracking and I stand and I do support fracking. I believe China is not our friend and I believe that we can't be able to push back. Our next star poll shows 51% of Pennsylvania voters disapprove of the president's job performance. You have publicly supported many of his policy positions. Are there any that you disagree with 30 seconds? No, I just believe he needs to do more about supporting and fighting about inflation, going through this kind of emotional schools, able to create a career to Wayne reach a lot of high salary and supporting reduce those costs are critical to. His family's company was, it was levy, the largest fine for in hiring of immigrate illegals. Now, again, this is unprecedented. We've never seen anybody run for office at this level in this condition. Here was Brit humes take Britt Hume over at Fox News has been around a long time and he was on TV last night. Telling Brett bear, he's never seen anything like it.

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Callers Weigh in on What Pelosi Should Do After She Gets Fired

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | Last month

Callers Weigh in on What Pelosi Should Do After She Gets Fired

"Myers, Florida. Hey, Brian real quick. I got to ask you a serious question before we have some fun. How are things in Fort Myers right now after Ian? We're on the men's on the mend. Good, good. We've been praying for you guys. I know you really got hit hard. What should Pelosi do now that she's going to get fired? I think she should be the new face and voice of grey goose vodka. Thank you. Not a bad idea. Brian in Connecticut, Brian, what should she do? What should Pelosi be? You know, demographic and Republicans both hate Pelosi. I'm all for her going to prison. Someone's got to serve Donald Trump his food. Oh, there you go, but that's right. They're going to be cellmates, right, Brian, sure. Gary and Philly, Gary, what do you think? What should Pelosi do? Yeah, hi. You have to take care of Paul Paulo. He's obviously his alcoholic she has to take care of him. Sent him to clinic and watch him. All right, thank you, sir. Kathy and Brooklyn, New York, Kathy. What's a good job for Nancy Pelosi, post Speaker of the House? She should join the witches in Salem, Massachusetts. And role in the show, I love herself into this, I don't want to say it. I don't say it. You're going to get, you're going to get yourself in trouble. Mark and North Carolina, how about a job for Nancy Pelosi, Mark? Yeah, I think she ought to rewrite the movie, The Wizard of Oz, that way she could play the part of the wicked witch of the west. I got in trouble once on Fox News because I said that there should never be a bucket of water near Nancy Pelosi and people were like, oh, you called her a witch, Bill and Naples, Florida, what do you also got hit pretty hard by Ian? Hey Bill, how you doing? What should Pelosi be after she gets fired a speaker? I think watching her clean in her own denture, she should take hers out and put other people's dentures in her mouth and clean them with a bit old tongue.

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Sebastian and Mike Graham Discuss Liz Truss' Resignation

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | Last month

Sebastian and Mike Graham Discuss Liz Truss' Resignation

"Given the situation, I can not deliver the mandate on which I was elected by the Conservative Party. I have therefore spoken to his majesty the king to notify him that I am resigning as leader of the Conservative Party. No U turns this lady's not for turning, I remember that catch phrase from Margaret Thatcher when I lived in the UK well, this one didn't just do U turn. She got off the highway, a record 44 days in office, shortest serving prime minister ever, gone, goodbye, Liz truss. What does it all mean? How did it happen? We stay on top of international news as much as anything else. I'm your host Sebastian gorka, and you're listening to America first on the Salem news channel. Who do we rely upon? Our good friend across the Atlantic, the man who speaks truth and common sense on the fastest growing channel there. It is talk TV. It's our good friend. Mike Graham, welcome back to America first. Sebastian, thank you very much. Indeed, well, it's been quite a day. It's been quite a week. It's been quite a 44 days. You might say, as you said, the shortest period ever, some think this has been a remainder plot. There are those in this country who still can't take the fact that Brexit was a success and that we left the European Union. You know, we now have Jeremy hunt, who's had Chancellor, who voted to remain in the EU. Let's trust was a remainer who changed into a brexiter and is now out. Boris Johnson, however, is the big name on everybody's lips tonight because but hang on, hang on, hang on, didn't you just get rid of him, Mike? Yeah. We might be getting him back. It could be the greatest political comeback of all time. You know how he's very much like Donald Trump. They're trying to get him every single step of the way. They are terrified of Boris Johnson coming back because he is the one man who can unite the Tory party who can win an election against the Labor Party and who could actually restore everything for them. Nobody's quite sure if he's going to run, but he's already in the lead in the polls and he's already in the league in the House of Commons as far as MPs is supported.

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The Secular Left Is Scared

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:13 min | Last month

The Secular Left Is Scared

"Left, the secular left is scared. They don't understand that people who love America who voted for Donald Trump, people who love the God of the Bible, not only don't mean them harm, just the opposite, want to bless them. They don't know that. They think we're the enemy. And so they have, at this point, a scorched earth policy to destroy the opposition. Now, why am I saying that? I'm saying that. Because Salem media happens to have the money to pay for lawyers to defend against this stuff. It's why I'm on the air. Now it's hurt me personally because I share in dealing with the expenses for the legal stuff and being sued. It's mentioned in the article. But I just want to tell you, we are living in a new world. And they're coming for everybody. Now that's not a problem if you're willing to fight. If you're willing to fight, this is a wonderful time to be alive. But if you're behind the couch sucking your thumb pretending, they're going to come for somebody else and eventually you can go have your cereal, honestly, you've become part of the problem. You

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What Is the Reason Behind This Political Malaise?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | Last month

What Is the Reason Behind This Political Malaise?

"The Pink Floyd hit. Comfortably numb, we're comfortably numb. I've been noticing and I want to make you aware of this because I want to make sure that you get stimulated into action. The last few weeks I've noticed a little bit of a lull in calls in passion in text messages. I mean, I'm plugged in. I'm traveling around the country with my colleagues from Salem. And I would allege that I am more connected to my audience than any of my friends and colleagues are. I watch, I watch emails and I listen to voice voicemail messages, I watch these lines that light up, and I can tell there is a malaise. Remember that the M word malaise back in the Carter administration, you old enough to remember that? Sort of feels that way right now. People are a little muted. You're a little subdued. 21 days before this crucial essential midterm election. I think I know what it is. I think it's the election integrity issue. I think people, I believe people are so worried about fraud and a rigged election that you've sort of thrown in up your hands and you just don't want to deal with it and oh, I don't want to worry and I'm just, I don't want to be stressed anymore. I just want to just go to the football game. Go tigers. You know something if you give up and if you give in, we're going to deserve everything we get as a nation. We must not stop.

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The Battleground Talkers Tour Kicks Off

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:35 min | Last month

The Battleground Talkers Tour Kicks Off

"I just found out that Doctor Oz is going to be with us in Philly and Pittsburgh on our battleground talkers tour, which will be great to have mehmet Oz on stage with us. The Salem talkers, Hugh Hewitt, Sebastien gorka, Dennis prager, Charlie Kirk, Brandon Tatum, Eric metaxas, yours truly Mike Gallagher, we're going to be going from city to city, state to state. I'm in Detroit tonight for a big event over in Troy at the San Marino club. From here, we go to Tampa Sunday afternoon. We're in Tampa. Senator Ted Cruz will be on stage with us in Tampa, then we go to Orlando, on to Atlanta, big battle in Georgia will be all over the Herschel Walker, Rafael Warnock race there, among others, from Georgia, we go off to, where is it? Then we go to Pennsylvania, right? Pittsburgh and Philly with Doctor Oz, then we go to Columbus, Ohio, JD Vance will be with us at the talker's battleground tour there, and then we're going off to Phoenix, where Blake masters will appear with us as the featured speaker. You're going to want to come to these events if you're in any of these cities, go to battleground tour dot com to order your tickets, starting tonight with the event at the San Marino club in Troy. My friend and colleague Hugh Hewitt and I will be there along with a lot of special guests and you in person I hope battleground tour dot com. I think you could also get tickets at the station website, which is patriot Detroit dot com for tickets. Patriot Detroit dot com.

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Mike Lindell: The Impact of Bible Verses in Every MyPillow Order

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | Last month

Mike Lindell: The Impact of Bible Verses in Every MyPillow Order

"I want to tell you true story all the years that I've been getting my pillow products as your spokesman on the Mike Gallagher show. Those Bible verses are so crucial to me. I don't know what it is about the timing, but something one particular struggle or another that I may have or somebody I'm not getting along with or something that's happening and I'll order some slippers or the Giza dream sheets or the lounge wear and that little Bible verse almost jumps out at me from the box and I have about 18 of them taped up to my mirror in my bathroom a whole list of them and when you're showing that pillow here on camera on the Salem news channel and you take those Bible verses out. I mean, I've heard from your customers who say what a blessing it is to receive those Bible verses that you put in with every order. Yeah, and I'm very particular about that too. We have 66 different verses from the Bible. You know, there's 66 chapters in the Bible and we got the this one here says the joy of the lord is your strength and we've just got different ones. My favorite one is 5 or three 5 6. Trust in the lord with all your heart. Lean not on your own understanding and always acknowledge him and he will guide your past. As you know, Mike, I was going down some bad pass in my life, but now I know we're on just enjoy after I was saved by Jesus and on February 18th, 2017, I encourage everyone out there. I just seen Franklin grand on Fox last night with the reaching out to people to this is a time where I believe we're in the greatest revival for Jesus in history.

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"salem" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"salem" Discussed on BrainStuff

"Hi, I'm Robert Evans. I've reported from war zones around the world, and now it kind of looks like the place where I live is falling apart. It could happen here is a daily show about the fact that the old world kinda seems to be crumbling, and about the attempts to build a better world in its place. You'll hear from environmental justice advocates from protesters from people like Chelsea Manning and you'll hear from me and my team every day, charting the collapse and the attempts to build something better. Listen, it could happen here on the iHeartRadio app, Apple podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff, a production of iHeartRadio. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren bola bomb here. From the frightful implications in the Blair witch project to the decidedly wholesome Glenda the good witch in The Wizard of Oz. Magical mavens are at the center of some of our most enduring and endearing stories. There are also modern day practitioners of witchcraft, a term used to describe many groups and individuals, and most of whom focus on positivity and using magic for good. There was a time, however, when being considered a witch was a veritable death sentence. Take Salem village, Massachusetts, in 1692. A two young girls, 9 year old Elizabeth Paris and 11 year old Abigail Williams, began having fits, which included body spasms and uncontrolled screaming. The town doctor diagnosed them as being afflicted by black magic and accused them of practicing witchcraft, a notion that didn't sit too well in the puritan settlement. A contrary to legend, however, these so called witches were not burned at the stake. In fact, none of the men, women or children accused of practicing witchcraft and Salem were killed that way. In most likely, the recounting of the Salem witch trials became intertwined with stories of actual executions by fire in Europe. During European witch trials between the 15th and 18th centuries, people accused of witchcraft were commonly burned to the stake. Occasionally, they were hanged before being burned. The punishment was in accordance with the Holy Roman Empire's laws, which contended that the punishment for witchcraft was death by fire. A church and civic leaders led the charge, executing as many as 50,000 people across Europe in what's now France, Germany, Italy, Scandinavia, and Scotland. So what actually happened to the colonists accused during the Salem witch trials? A 19 died by hanging, their bodies swaying on the infamous gallows hill. A 5 were hanged on August 19th of 1692 alone. One elderly man was stoned to death, and others died in jail while waiting for their day in court. Bridget bishop was the first to be hanged on June 10th of 1692. Although her exact misdeeds seemed to amount to no more than rumor and speculation. Her case became a template for those that followed. A bishop was accused by the girls afflicted with black magic, but she denied their claims. Then a witness came forward to support the accusers, followed by more townspeople who described previous acts of witchcraft supposedly performed by bishop. Bishop's trial, and those of many others accused of witchcraft, ended with a guilty verdict, no matter how improbable the evidence. During the Salem witch trials, more than 200 people were accused of practicing witchcraft, which amounted to nothing more than a lot of finger pointing in a short time span. The hysteria lasted little more than a year before the local government deemed the trials and mistake, and attempted to compensate the families of those who were convicted and hanged. In the year 2001, more than 300 years after those 19 men and women were put to death during the Salem witch trials, 5 of them were officially exonerated by the state of Massachusetts. Bridget bishop, plus four others. Suzanne Martin, Alice Parker will not read and Margaret Scott. The act was approved by the state legislature, and signed on Halloween. Today's episode is based on the article where witches really burned at the.

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"salem" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"salem" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

"Offered to her, you know? I think they just opened the door to her cell and were like, oops, our bad. Hey, have a great life..

"salem" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"salem" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

"And before you poo poo, the idea that an illness could be the catalyst of such major political and social upheaval, pitting neighbor against neighbor and exacerbating an already tenuous political climate may I gently point out that we're living in exactly that scenario right now..

"salem" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"salem" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

"A noose in the town square. The thing about confessing to being a witch and puritan New England, though, is that while it may have gotten you out of being put to death, you face the real problem of living out the rest of your life with your entire community believing you are a witch. Remember when the church committee voted to not pay reverend Paris or make it so he had firewood over the unforgiving winter? It would be like that, but with everything. No one would want to do business with you. No one would give you food. Your house would likely be burned down. It was not good. It was probably with that in mind that Rebecca nurse chose to maintain her innocence when she was accused of being a witch. Her accusers were too young girls and putnam junior and Abigail Williams again, who claimed that nurse attacked them in March. Anne's mother and putnam senior then joined the girls by claiming that nurse demanded she signed the devil's book. But the biggest piece of evidence against Rebecca nurse was that her neighbor, Benjamin Holton died shortly after nurse had lectured him about letting his pigs root around in her garden. Remarkably, though, nurse was found not guilty. But chief judge William stoughton was not having that verdict. He told the jury to go back and look again at the incriminating statement nurse had supposedly made about herself. Reading through the actual statements from the trial is an exercise. Ye olde English might as well be another language. But it looks like the statement nurse made that sealed her fate was this. Quote, what. Do these people give in evidence against me now? They used to come against us. I have no idea what that means. And before all you oldie English scholars come for me on Twitter about not doing my research, just don't. I do plenty of research, also this isn't a peer reviewed journal. It's a podcast. Nurse was apparently very hard of hearing, so it's also likely that any statement she gave in court was in response to something she had misheard. The judge is like, what say you goody nurse to the accusation that Ye are to witch? And she was like, what's that? A bitch? I mean, sure, if you let your pigs trample through my garden and eat my vegetables, I'm gonna have some words for you. You wanna call me a bitch because of it, that's your business. And the judge was like, well, that's confession enough for me. The vast majority of people tried for witchcraft were women. And of those, they were mostly old because as we all know, once a woman is no longer capable of making babies, she's gotta do something with her time. Why not become a witch? But there were a handful of men tried for witchcraft, one of whom was X minister George Burroughs, who many believed was the ringleader of the witches plaguing Salem. And putnam accused burrows of bewitching American soldiers in 1688 and 89, leading to their loss in a battle against the local wabanakis. Some believe that this was the first in a string of losses against local tribes due to an alliance they believe the locals had with the devil because lord knows the colonizers losses in local battles with people who were familiar with the terrain and were likely better fed and better health generally couldn't be attributed to literally anything other than a pact with the devil. Salem witch trial darlings, Betty parris and Abigail Williams once again came forward with accusations. One wonders with how often Betty and Abigail claimed to have had run ins with witches, they even survived that long. But there they were at George burrow's trial claiming he choked them and bragged that he outranked a wizard. He was in Salem, the girls said to persuade people to give their souls to the devil. At Burroughs trial, the girls put on quite a show, falling into trances, mid testimony, crying out in pain, claiming that burrows had bitten them. They showed the bite marks to the court who compared them to burrow's mouth and declared them to be a match. Needless to say, even today with advances in technology, bite mark evidence is. Questionable. But in 1692, someone could glance at someone's mouth and be like, yep, those are no doubt the teeth that made those bite marks. And everyone else was like, case closed. Those girls were definitely biting each other. But imagine if George Burroughs had tried to claim the girls were just biting each other and trying to pass the blame onto him. He had no proof. I mean, sure, neither did literally anyone in this whole circus, but the court had already put 6 people to death. What would happen if they turned around at that point and been like, wait, maybe these girls are making this shit up? In fact, burrow's main argument for his innocence was that witches didn't exist, and that was probably his undoing. Because again, if witches didn't exist, how could the court justify putting 6 innocent people to death? And holding hundreds more in dungeons..

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"salem" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"salem" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

"And idolatry. I'm not sure what was scandalous about goody Glover aside from the fact that she was Irish, Catholic and poor. And as we all know, the poor are by default, scandalous and suspicious. For some reason, Glover chose to only speak in Gaelic during her trial, even though she could speak and understand English. I'm guessing she was like, you know what? I'm tired. You people clearly have some kind of bug up your butts about my poor Irish Catholic ass, so I'm gonna lean into it. And she was hanged..

"salem" Discussed on Someone Lived Here

Someone Lived Here

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"salem" Discussed on Someone Lived Here

"She described what she looked like and thought she remembered where she sat at church. Her mother and the maid suggested names. She agreed when they said. Rebecca nurse unlike other accused people. Rebecca a supportive family and a community that was willing to back her up. Forty of her neighbors sign a petition to claim her innocence saying that they trust wholeheartedly that she's innocent so they put their name on a document which could easily have turned on them because for reckoner scott convicted which she did they could have turned that document around and said well. You know you guys sign this. And she's a witch so you guys are guilty as well so people were sticking their neck out on the line for her. It's kind of crazy to think that after all that she was still convicted and the chaos of retrial helps explain why this woman would still end up convicted. Here's an excerpt from maryland roaches the salem witch trials sourced from original documentation. Oh lord help me. Rebecca nurse implored spreading her hands if she spoke the afflicted flinched and moaned as their pains matched the motions of her hands..

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"salem" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"salem" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"I play shape. Shifter oto on star trek deep space nine brown and i play oil and yesterday was a lie as well as crewmen taylor on star trek enterprise. Coupla my name is never pigeon. Emma concept designer in film. I am emily hampshire. And i play jennifer goings on twelve mortiz. Angry infosys by top high very intriguing series returns and that is salem on. Wgn on the same special we have roundtable interviews from new york comic con twenty sixteen and first up our co show runner adam. Simon and shane west. Who was once again john. Alden younger folks is together. The whole dna of salem really is like early. Dark shadows. trello. Here is shane west on season three. Yeah we're really excited about season. Three we feel like it really kind of came into. Its own is here. I know from experience in the past usually at third season for mo- shows people get a little bit more comfortable in every department and kinda kinda start stood really hit it straight. Even though i'm personally can say. I'm not biased That it was a fan of. I two years i feel like this is really hitting our stride. I'm really excited for people to see it and you know obviously things changing them wearing now november second. And we've been it's been a longer period of time waiting all. I'm even more excited now. We'll we see more spiritualism and john alden he goes through a little bit of. I mean he's really gone to rely. Obviously every characters gone through a lot on the show. That's the point. That's what makes kind of exciting I really enjoyed season. Two in the beginning of it being able to be Which light i guess so to speak up where he was able to kinda participate in those things being a fan of that stuff anyway. It was a lot of fun to be able to bring in the native american background and his relationship with them And being able to have powers of. Because john being the most you know he's the one of the heroes of the show but he's but he's human Which makes me ultimately very interesting. But it was fun from a fan. Perspective of being played out first season with the tattoos and the amulet and all that kind of stuff that we have maybe the devil coming to salem and marilyn manson what is it. That's true there's more on the child and also a literary influence. Oh yeah. He has a crucial role to play in the season. I mean a lot of our inspiration for the third season was a. This is not long after the period when milton actually wrote paradise law so we really tried to draw on that whole mythology and the same way that from the get. Go with the show. We've had we tried to make all of the supernatural elements true to the actual beliefs of the time. Not what every single person would have believed. But there's nothing you've ever seen on salem from which is stealing men's private parts and turn them into birds to people keeping familiar toads in people's bellies to you know the kind of astral projection on everything you've seen in. There is something that people believed was possible. So we've extended that to some sense the larger mythology and we want to do two things also that were key in season three which is on the one hand really pay off this idea of the devil and the relation between the witches and the devil but at the same time be true with the fact that most of us understand. The richest weren't really devil-worshippers that they were there. Were the remnants of some older cooler archaic kinda pagan tradition or something. That's more wicked. Exactly whatever weakens think they are this district and to really answer the question. Well how did they get aligned with the devil to begin with and in some sense. If there's a i don't know kind of a fun thesis behind it. It's the idea of the witches helped by john on the few men who can who nobody hates which is more than alden. The witches are the ones who brought the devil b-actor and now they're the only ones when they realized what a bad idea. This actually was that they've been screwed. I've lied to surprise surprise. They're the only ones who can do anything about it. Unfortunately mary sibley is dead and she would be the key one and the other man they would most need hates them more than anything more than life. It's humid exactly but so it's fun and he brings with him. Yes is the devils there. The the boy is there in ways that we don't want to give anything away. But it's a very which season for that kid and his performances grad. And i reggie with his mother and weirdness of that the ways in which your relationship with mary gets tested in a whole new complicated i. Mary does return this season. Yeah we don't want to. Jim too much scores. Obviously you've seen the trailers you've seen that she's in their question. How is she in there. Under what circumstances you know. She's a spy in the house of love. She has to kind of sneak her way back into her own household in a very odd odd way but every character is seen i think new and revealing ways this time we also get back to the essence of john alden as bad ass. Let's get back to the essence of john alban. Well in this in this season. I mean what we got through. You knew what was happening for one in to him in season one coming back and realizing that the love of his life left him at point not really knowing all about the supernatural yet then getting really involved in that in season two and not really knowing was anymore and then season three. What's a lot of fun is now that that's all been established. And and he's and mary's gone. What left what is there left for john. And when he's essentially you find out that he's forced to stay Even though he didn't wanna stay in salem they bring him back to being captain so he starts to try and put an army together to and it's fun to kind of see what he might have done in what he was doing in the past but now what he would do in the current president of okay bringing all these people together and trying to hold salem together as a soldier and that's that was a lot of i mean there's a lot of fun stuff that's season. We have a lot of fun bringing back stuff. That had always been our intention to also ground. Our salem as much fantasy is or isn't it. It's gritty fantasy and surprisingly more based on truth and history than you would think you could easily argue that. With the exception of the fact that we say which is a real. There's a lot more historical reality and ours. And there isn't a crucible. The depiction of salem in the crucible is completely not true at all. There's no mention that there's a war going on that this is like ground zero of a massive world war. That's happening around there that there's not just a bunch of white puritans in this town but this is this is a seaside port. That's literally the crossroads of the globalism of the seventeenth century. So we bring that. That comes back in a big way and as has often happened in salem. We seem to touch on things that were not even quite happening when we started writing them and then not that we made them happen. But there's a refugee crisis going on in salem during this because of the french and english more. That's happening outright woods. So there's all this stuff that's happening in the show while it was happening in the news and we were like they bad juju value right so we don't his character especially depending on the back to the essence of who he was john. Alden was like a guerilla fighter An indian fighter but also one of the few friends of the indians at the time. I mean he was a really interesting. The real john all does a great character and he's very similar to this other than he wasn't half as good looking or this young but you know he was he was doing all. The school had a better beard. He probably okay. We'll give him back designing things of this time period and making it their own. Then i have to say every department had every person in every department had gets kind of infected with that enthusiasm but they all share this vision as i say we reject the opposition to either gritty realism or kind of airy fantasy. We wanted gritty fantasy a fantasy that you could believe in part because the details would be true. Right the details of clothing.

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"salem" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"salem" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"Now help me. Welcome our featured guest. He's an accomplished international keynote speaker. Change strategies bestselling author and wellness. Advocate is the originator of the term. Prosper noor an individual whose health and wealth are in alignment in a way that leads to true prosperity is the international bestselling book author of master your inner critic which addresses this specific issue. My guest today is chris. Salem chris welcome to the show thank you. Jv a pleasure to be here. But you know you've been on the show before and in fact i want to recommend that you go and listen to this show again today at show number five sixty chris. Salem remove your route blocks to success but you know. This is your formal introduction. Chris how would you describe yourself in your own words. Why would describe myself as a highly authentic person. I'm your everyday person next door Love to be around people and have made mistakes like everybody else. And what i do. Is i teach people how to get unstuck in their life. Based upon personal experience in strategies that could take into the next level. Well you know. didn't connects level is a really big piece of what we do. We help entrepreneurs do that. And that's why. I'm so happy to be discussing this today. Let's go back to what you're an expert in what is it chain. Strategist what a change. Strategies is somebody. It's it's a coach but what we do is we will look at that the problem. We look very deep at the root cause to the problem. What keeps somebody stuck somewhere in either in their personal life with their health and for this purpose most importantly their business so many times businesses or individuals working in their business operate in the effect. They're managing the problem but not fully addressing it so as a train strategist we identify the root cause to the problem and then eliminate it. Well i think that's really critical and you know we're talking about health and you and i have been discussing that..

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"salem" Discussed on Risky Bitches

Risky Bitches

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"salem" Discussed on Risky Bitches

"So this is what i guess. Almost five years after the initial salem wood stroz in the accusation started so january sixteen ninety seven general court of massachusetts declared a day of fasting contemplation for the tragedy that had resulted from the trials that month samuel seawall when of the judges publicly acknowledged his own error and guilt in the proceedings in seventeen o to the general court declared that the trials had been unlawful in seventeen of six and put them apologize for her role as an accuser. Twenty two of the thirty three individuals who were convicted were exonerated in seventeen eleven by the commonwealth of massachusetts which also paid a sum to the families of the victims in nineteen fifty seven the state of massachusetts nineteen fifty seven. That's like what six years ago right now yesterday. Yeah embarrassingly like yesterday. I know in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven. The state of massachusetts formally apologize for the trial. It was not until two thousand and one however the bill last of the eleven who were convicted. Were fully exonerated. Two thousand one. That was twenty years ago. Wow isn't that insane the that long. I don't know why they can. I honestly probably should've included that in my research like what i mean. Why two thousand one was someone just like. We've pardoned those eleven people. who are you know dead. Mangano now weird commutes like I don't know i. I probably should have looked into that. Some final thoughts about this salem witch trial so. I think that there are many important lessons from the salem which trials suggests the importance of impartial judges as stable judicial structure or the rights to receive council but salems most important instruction goes beyond the concerns of legal systems lawyers. The greatest problems in salem were not prosecutors in judges they were fear and ignorance fear of the unknown fear of someone who is not like us and fear of speaking up ignorance of history. Ignorance a science ignorance of the difference between the demons. We imagine and the ones that we actually face. The salem witch trials remind us to beware of fear and ignorance can do in our own society and in our own hearts and minds..

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"salem" Discussed on Risky Bitches

Risky Bitches

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"salem" Discussed on Risky Bitches

"Salem ann's about ten miles inland a smaller poorer. Farming community of about five hundred. People known as salem village and salem village is actually known today as danvers. Hope i'm saying that right now. The stuff weird in massachusetts so i apologize for real. I used to when i worked with that call center in college. I used to call the boston area. And i have to ask them like what county lived in. And i had to read them off to them and there was one and it was felled were chester and the first time i called up there i said i said word sister county and she goes under. No it's wurster. i was like oh phonetically. You are incorrect. So sorry sorry to somewhere and now all of you say the wrong word i i was like i am not hooked on phonics. They're kind of in that way. Like every night hooked on fox. I have none hooked on it but brazil. They're kind of louisiana that way where everything is. There's a bunch of letters that are silent is going on but anyway so salem village is actually today. Danvers massachusetts but salem village not salem town which is modern day. Salem salem village is actually the witch trials took place so again. It's about ten miles inland from where modern day. Salem is not a another thing. I wanted to call out an overwhelming majority about seventy eight percent of those accused and convicted of witchcraft. Were women the puritan belief was that women were inherently sinful in and more susceptible to damnation than men were. Women's souls were seen as unprotected in their weak and vulnerable bodies. Women were more likely to admit guilt of witchcraft than men historian. Elizabeth reese asserts that some likely believed they truly had given into the devil however because those who confess were reintegrated into society some women might have confessed in order to spare their own lives. Women who did not conform to the norms of puritan society for more likely to be the target of accusations especially those who were unmarried or did not have children..

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"salem" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"salem" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"Saving about this one. I have nothing to say ever no. I honestly need to watch this movie. Because i did see it but i i. I don't remember a lot of it. I know it was. I know it wasn't long ago. That i saw i want to rewatch it so but i remember it being good and i think i was just tired and fell asleep or something lame like that. Because that's how i roll sometimes these days but yeah i do definitely wanna watch loves this movie so i think this is one of the scariest movies. That's come out in recent years and also it has meal hirsch and brian cox true. That's definitely worth a watch okay. What what's next drummer all drum roll next up the blair witch project from nineteen ninety nine. Of course we had to put this on the list This found footage blockbuster about a group of teens who seek to discover the truth behind a local urban legend but never return probably an unpopular opinion. But i was not a huge band of this movie. But i did think that the very very ending that very last scene was creepy as fuck but yeah other than that. I've only seen at once on a slow. Might need to rewatch it. I i wanna do some found footage episodes so i'm not a fan of found footage so good. Good luck with that one mindy and then next. We have nine hundred ninety nine version of the crucible. Salem resident attempts to frame her ex lover's wife for being a witch in the middle of the sixteen ninety two witchcraft trials based on of course the play by arthur miller never seen this movie have you. I really didn't want to because i've read the play. How did you know sorry. No towns your question. No i didn't i just had no desire 'cause i've read this play and yeah you didn't like the plane story movie..

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"salem" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"salem" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"Hundred and sixteen hundred identifies which is with many working in or through the towns which shops or in which related tourism industries. Such as the city's magic themed walking tours mo- for the people salem and honestly for anyone who is interested in the subject there are multiple camps of beliefs regarding why the salem which trials took place to begin with for some. The accusers and magistrates of salem. Were motivated by a combination of fear. Ingred including desire to see is the land of the accused for others. It's about misogyny and men policing women's identities but likely it was the result of a multitude of different factors because nothing is black and white bright huge grey areas in the middle of all this little little colombey wilmut khomsi yeah absolutely christina stomach artistic director of the cry innocent project which lets people experience a mock witch trial says quote..

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"salem" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"salem" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"Young women began to exhibit similar symptoms. Mass hysteria ensued resulting in three women being accused of witchcraft. Sarah good sarah osborne and to tuba. An enslaved woman owned by paris's father. So let's start with sarah good. She was born in sixteen fifty five the daughter of a well-to-do tavern owner in wenham massachusetts. Forgive me if i miss pronounce all the names of the city that i'm gonna read and massachusetts. I'm sure you them very differently. If you're a local. But i'm going with one him or one of them. Yeah i think it's probably yeah. You probably just leave out the h. It's a silent h. When she was seventeen years old her father committed suicide. His seventy acre estate was valued around five hundred pounds and he didn't leave a will spencer find out how much five hundred pounds was back in. Sixteen fifty five ash. I think it's about thirty kilograms. perfect math. The estate was divided mostly between his widow and tucson's with only a small allotment to be shared among his seven daughters. However even this was denied to the girls by their mothers new husband sarah was loved with no dowry. No prospects beyond her marriage to an indentured servant named daniel pool who left her heavily in debt when he died soon after they tied the not. The small portion of land that sarah had received from her father's estate was lost in a suit filed by pools creditors and her new husband sold the remainder leaving them both impoverished and homeless. They were forced to beg for food and money from house to house in salem. It was rumored that she walked off muttering something. After reverend samuel peres gave her charity remember. He's the father of elizabeth perez. Who is one of the little girls suffering from bits thank you. Sarah developed a bit of a reputation for being unpleasant whether she received charity or not when one couple gave her lodgings for a time they said she was so turbulent a spirit spiteful in seoul maliciously bent that they put her out. Her husband told the examiner is that she was an enemy to all good. No it was nice of him. Twenty hughes never attending church. She said it was because she hadn't any proper attire for the services. Good.

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"salem" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"salem" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"Welcome fours talk or we're not really horse. We just like word play. Hello and welcome horse talk horror. I'm sharon and i'm melinda. Today we are going to be talking about the salem witch trials which is man. Which is i have to admit other than the basics. I really didn't know many details about the salem witch trials like how began why it began or how it ended how it changed history. There's a lot of information. I did not know about this story while doing my research. I found a quote that comes from an article written by tara isabela burton for. Vox titled. there weren't any witches in salem in sixteen ninety three but there sure are now. I wanted to start the episode with this quote so this is regarding the salem witch trials quote. Is it a story about the dangers of superstition about what happens when people let take over their lives about misogyny and men policing women's identities the different ways in which salems residents tell and retell. Salem narrative can tell us as much about twentieth and twenty first century. America is they can't about new england in sixteen ninety three and quote. I thought that statement was very thought provoking. We've been hearing a lot about learning from our history on and that's exactly what that quote is about and it's spot on because what happened over three hundred years ago is so very relevant to today and i really want to have this discussion with mindy as we tell the story. So let's begin with a quick overview. The salem witch trials occurred in colonial massachusetts in sixteen ninety two and sixteen ninety three according to different sources..

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"salem" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"salem" Discussed on Ghostly

"Time for a debate. Let's do it all right. All right so Salem is a haunted place with a lot of ghost stories. I debate that well. Not all of them. Though are related to the witch trials. You know it is an old old town On the east coast by the ocean So there's a lot of of really interesting stories But i've tried my best to narrow down to some of the top stories that are related to the trials. But i certainly am not able to get all of them so if you have a favorite and they don't get to it. I apologize trauma. bess So i'm going to start off with the joshua ward house okay and has three different ghosts and is often considered the most salem. The most and is often considered the most haunted place in salem. Wow so.

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"salem" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

The Political History of the United States

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"salem" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

"Backlash to the trials was virtually immediate and widespread throughout massachusetts. We are going to eventually see an putnam. Junior and samuel sewell. Apologize for their roles. In the ordeal putnam junior would recognize that innocent. People died because of her statements. Well she would never go so far. As to deny having seen the spectators in the first place she came to admit that she may have been mistaken about what they actually meant for his part apologized for bringing the anger of god upon massachusetts for the role. He played in the trials. Following salem witchcraft. Trials became a far more rare in america. The the practice actually did survive until eighteen. Seventy eight when daniel. Spa was accused of witchcraft. That trial if you're curious completely fizzles out and the case is dismissed however it did take place in salem witch cost what likely appeared then to be a frivolous case to get a good amount of attention either way however there would never again be a witch hunt quite in the same fashion as what we see in sixteen ninety two and i do say the same fashion however because the idea of the witch hunt does remain a very powerful part of the american political experience. The term witch hunt is a very common thing. Today that often refers to unfair persecutions often in the political arena that mccarthy communism trials of the nineteen fifties for example are often brought up as a modern witch-hunt and references to salem were often made during those hearings. Salem is such a strange moment. In american history that it really has captured the minds and imaginations of the modern population. Today if you ask people about their knowledge of american colonial history prior to the revolution there is a pretty good chance that they are going to bring up the witchcraft trials in salem. In that regard in the popular imagination the events of sixteen ninety two salem remain something that is at the front and center of the history of the colonial united states. Next time we are going to take a few episodes to tour around the colonies. We have not talked about in a while to see what they've been up to. We are going to begin that trip by dropping in virginia to see. Just what's been going on there until then. I hope that you all have a fantastic two weeks that you are staying healthy and that you are staying safe and i will see you back here then when we go and catch up with what's been happening in virginia..

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"salem" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

The Political History of the United States

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"salem" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

"Of the nineteen. Seventeen of the accusers. Were women with john indian and john. Rich being the male accusers as a quick aside. Johnny dean was indeed indian and was also the spouse of tuba. All involved in making the accusations made numerous claims with mary. Wolcott leading the way with sixty nine allegations a number of the other girls including and putnam junior embassy. Lewis made in excess of fifty allegations of witchcraft. Each in regards to the number of the accused. This number does jump around a little. Bit depending on where i'm reading. However in general it seems to have been somewhere between one hundred and two hundred fifty people of those approximately thirty one were officially charged and tried finally and this will be important point for next week's episode of accused. Approximately forty three of them would end up naming others as witches when facing accusations of their own. The key fact on this is that among those who name others as witches. All of them would survive the upcoming trials as we are going to discuss. This may well explain the spread of the allegations. Considering that based on the numbers making an allegation against in the colony you had already been accused was a pretty good way to keep yourself alive without any question. The vast majority of those involved in the witchcraft. Trials are women. Both accusers and accused alike. However that is not to say that there are no min involved and put them junior stated that she had begun to see the specter of of for former caretaker's. John willard them made the claim that this particular specter had confessed to the murder of her baby sister who had died back in sixteen eighty nine upon an arrest warrant be issued for willard. Eight made an attempt to flee. The village however was captured. A few days later by john putnam junior. Other men would be accused and executed as well during the proceedings. Despite the fact that women were in fact the primary target.

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