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Producer Albin Tells Us About His Travels to the UK

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | Last month

Producer Albin Tells Us About His Travels to the UK

"So you were in bath. And then where else did you go? We were at the British Museum. So you mean you then went to London? We were in London. So between bath. Well, no, we were a bunch of smaller places in between. I can't even remember the names of them. You know, because their wall Chester and dorchester were why did you go there? Because they were just interesting things to do at these certain places. Can you give us an example? There was one town I can not remember the name of it, but it was a town in Scotland right on the border of Scotland and the rest of England, whatever that's called. And as soon as you got there, you could get married. There were certain you couldn't marry. Oh, this is actually this is famous because I know about this. Basically, Samuel Johnson would refer to this as scotch wedding. Yes. And a scotch wedding was like a Vegas wedding, basically. That's exactly what it was. And this guy was the guy that married you was a cobbler, okay? So he was, he had like this, he wasn't officially. Wait, wait, you either still doing this now? I don't know if yes, you could still get married there, but it would be a obviously you can get married there, but I'm saying, is this thing still in effect that if you want? Because in England, did they say we're going to take a trip to gretna green? Yes, that's it. Oh, I've got to come up with the name. I've got to come up. I should have been taking notes. And yes, it's famous. Yes, it is. Because like 200 years ago, if you were in trouble, or you got a girl with child, you take a trip up to create a green and get a quick. It was really that it was really like the vagus of its day. But I'm so glad you couldn't remember the name that made such an impact on you that you could barely remember it. I know it took me like the 5 or 6 days to get over the time change, which was only 5 hours, but in fact, I'm suffering it now, but not badly, it's better. It's tough.

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Learning The Voice Of The Lord - burst 1

Live Behind The Veil

12:14 min | Last month

Learning The Voice Of The Lord - burst 1

"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil. My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me. Hello, everyone. I'm Ron, your host, and on this podcast will be focusing on learning the voice of the lord. We must wait before him and have our spiritual ears train to hear that still small voice. There's this thing called head knowledge. Where you can have a head knowledge of the scriptures and you can acknowledge in your mind and believe in your mind but have no experience. Yeah. Exactly. With the word at all, and it's crucial to have experiential knowledge with his word because that's what works at in your heart and in your spirit. Otherwise, you know, it's not real. It's not a lie. And so, you know, you ask the question, how are we able to hear the voice of the lord? The ear that hears is the ear of the servant. The love slave. The man who humbles himself before the lord. Those are the folks that actually hear what God has to say. And he says my sheep know my voice. You can tell it so obvious when somebody's speaking is that the lord speaking or is it just somebody talking? It's probably one of the hardest things to teach because it's an individual experience. You know, honestly, you get somebody that praise for you to have ears to hear. That really is where it comes from because none of us are here except that somebody prayed for us. Right. Jesus said that my sheep hear my voice and they follow me, a stranger they will not follow and is that there's something innate when you open up your heart and accept the lord. Yeah, that's an important key what you're saying Laurie because hearing the voice of the lord is based upon a relationship. Right. And you were talking earlier about head knowledge. Yeah, you can know that Bible from one end to the other. The whole bit, but unless you have a relationship with the scriptures, it's never going to mean anything to you. Right. I think one of the things that kicks off a true relationship is Salvation. Because he can yell at you all day long, but when you turn around and you say, I open my heart to your lord, that's the beginning of a relationship. And I think that's where the voice of the lord, as we learn it over our growing in that, that it starts with you speaking back because he's been speaking for a long time. You just weren't listening. Right. When you answer, here I am, lord. What Samuel say? Would Eli teach Samuel to do? Here am I. Here am I. That to me is a place of beginning. What I love is that the actually the voice of the lord can come and appear in many forms and in many applications. You know, I mean, the worst case you have is balaam, right? The donkey. We'll say the donkey talk with him. That was the voice of the lord. But your circumstances can talk to you as we are talking, you know, and the lord speaks through a vessel that's like, I know that voice. I don't care who's talking. I know that's the lord coming through. Here's the question, what are some safeguards? We are believing that like Jesus, we actually must hear from God. Right. There is a natural response of skepticism when someone says God spoke to me. Yeah. I love it. Do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God. And that's first John or one. And some of the safeguards here are humility, authority, submission, witness, confirmation and covering. Regardless of how much God reveals to you, even if you could write a whole new Bible, you still must submit it to those who are over you in the lord. There has to be confirmation. Right. Right. And we're learning that we have confirmation with each other. That we can trust in each other if they're looking for it. Because some people don't don't try and look for it. They just, I just want to hear the voice of the lord. And then they run with it. They just go on from there and say, that's a voice of the lord. Without confirmation without anything. So yeah, you're right. There's a couple of other things about the voice of the lord. There is a couple of keys in the scriptures that help us fine tune our hearing God speak to us, Romans 8, verse one. There is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. Right. If you're listening to somebody speaking, there's something just not right, and you, you feel a condemnation, that's not from the lord. The accuser of the brethren, a rat poison, 99 and 4400 percent pure, there again, you develop an ear for that. Yeah. God not going to come and accuse you of anything. He's going to come to you and he's going to say, come up higher. Yeah. He'll say, I've made a provision for you called grace. I'm going to teach you I chase in every son whom I received. And that is hugely positive. If you hear a voice telling you that a chastening is a bad thing, that's not God. Yeah. That's right. So you're saying it was a good thing because it's what God puts you through by his hand to make you a son. And God has been speaking to you. Since the dawn of your conception. All she wants to do is bring you into his family. Yeah. And listen carefully to what that voice says and Ron and I were talking about this the other day. I flat out asking misses Ron what voice is used when God speaks to you, and he says, my own, I laughed, I said, there's nothing wrong with that. God uses your voice to talk to you so you'll listen and understand. But that's true. Many times, as we are one on one with God, he's using your voice. What did Jesus do his entire ministry? He did what he saw the father do, and he spoke what he heard the father say. That is the revelation of the father. Where does the father speak? Samuel classic example, Samuel. Four times before he understood what he was supposed to do. And then you have people like Elijah, who lived in the presence of the lord, I am sure they communed quite a bit. You know if you're in his presence, at least you're listening. You may not have a lot of questions. Because in his presence, there's no nothing amiss, if you will, it's peaceful, it's really calm, it's wonderful, place to be. I recommend it. I really do. But we used to talk about practice the presence of the lord. Yes. If you hear the voice of the lord and your response, he will give you the confirmation or he will show you what he's doing. But when you hear what he's saying and you act upon it, what you're talking about earlier, Lori, it's that action upon his word that were Dale's talking about where he will talk to you again. You create that relationship, you build it up. By listening and acting upon what he speaks. Right. This is critical though, what you're saying. This waiting on God and tying it into learning his voice before you will understand on how to wait on him. I really believe that God may 1st put you through some very deep afflictions. And difficult dealings basically drives you into him. Yeah. Out of those deep dealings though, you get this motivation to seek his face and to hear what he has to say. So it's very critical, semantics work, your relationships, and having it confirmed and that's the only way to have a 100%, you know, you're on the right track with the lord. And hearing this and walking with him. One of the things that always struck me was it seemed like Christ spent a lot of time in prayer. There was a term that I've heard for a number of years now. And that's the prayer of listening. I really think that Christ spent a lot of time doing that. His prayer was a prayer of listening. I think that is, that's something that we develop in a relationship. Yes. We learned to be quiet, saddle our mind, take control of our spirit, end listen. Lord said be skill and know that I am God. Today we've heard that it is crucial that we have experiences with the lord in the scriptures and not just a bunch of head knowledge. This is the experiences with him as the word of God that opens up a deep relationship with him to truly hear his voice. The lord is speaking to each one of us, are we listening? Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind a veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the video.

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What Makes an 'X-Factor' Player?

Schlereth and Evans

01:43 min | 2 months ago

What Makes an 'X-Factor' Player?

"When I say X Factor, forget the player just like the idea of an X Factor. What does that mean to you? So when I watch, when I watch film, when I'm studying or breaking down a team, I always, there's a couple things that just really offensively for me. And just stick with the offense, that really catch my eye. Anytime I see somebody that makes just kind of a rewind able moments, and you can have good rewind moments in bad, bad rewind able moments. But there will always be a dude on office or a dude on defense where you're watching and studying and you're like, wow, wow, wow, I gotta rewind that. And those positive rewind able moments, those guys are the ones that make the explosive plays, the great catch, the tough, the tough tone setter things. Watching San Francisco 49er film. Deebo Samuel, the way he runs the ball the way he catches the ball at the point of catch contact, how strong his hands are, how guys can be draped all over him. He's still coming away with the football. Those are rewind able moments for me. So I look at kind of explosive rewind able moments. And then I look at go to conversion moments, critical situation moments. Who are we going to? What's the guy that you've got to as a quarterback go? I don't care if he's double covered. This is the dude that I'm going to. This is the dude that's going to convert for me. So those are things that I always kind of watch for. As I'm prepping to do a

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Steve Deace: The Difference Between the Two Parties on Capitol Hill

The Dan Bongino Show

01:13 min | 3 months ago

Steve Deace: The Difference Between the Two Parties on Capitol Hill

"I mean it reminds me of my old adage that most Republicans on Capitol Hill are really Democrats but no Democrats are really Republicans Hold on a second I'm reading a press release stand from George W. Bush She finally got around thanking Samuel Alito for writing the opinion on it We did No he did not Oh yeah of course he didn't That's right We were waiting on that Jim was waiting with bated breath Bobby bonilla day came first and it still hasn't happened So yes you're right You know here's the difference between the two parties on Capitol Hill There's two things I could say that are the real difference Democrats inspire their base to get what they want Republicans conspire against their base to get what they want Democrats don't even try don't even attempt to curtail their agenda at all To win elections Like they used to or gone are the days of Bill Clinton losing a midterm calling it sending Hillary out in a two year tour and bringing a dick Morris to save his presidency with triangulation Those days are gone It's devil in a red unitard with a pitchfork Just out in the open with it now And so they won't even curtail their agenda to win elections Meanwhile Republicans will seek to curtail and agenda They don't actually agree with Their own base in order to win

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John Zmirak: Pro-Choice Arguments Are Dead, Now We See the Demons

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | 3 months ago

John Zmirak: Pro-Choice Arguments Are Dead, Now We See the Demons

"So last time you and I talked. We just found out about the overturning of roe V wade. And in the new America, that's in the wake of that. I shaved the beard that I had grown protests roe V wade. No, I saved it because it's a hundred. You put the beard in a coffin and is it on your desk? No, I nailed it all to Nancy Pelosi. Oh my God. So we do live in a different America. We have to realize it's also a little bit of scarier America. Just the way I've got a piece of stream dot org called the pro choice arguments are dead. Now we see the demons. John, John, hang on. I saw that you wrote that article. And before I'm glad you wrote it, because that was precisely what I have been thinking. It has never been clearer ever. If you want to really see what is going on, but you of course wrote an article about this, but I've been thinking about this incessantly how it's become so clear. So go ahead. It's that stream dot org. Yes, yes, thank you. If I said that, I spent most of Friday reading Samuel le those majority opinion. First, the summary, and then the whole thing. And then I tried to Robert's concurrence, but so bored, I wanted to pull my own head off and kick it down the field like a soccer ball. Then I read clarence Thomas's concurrence with this great. But what you learn from reading it is there are no arguments for abortion being protected in the constitution. What's more than never work? Roe V wade was garbage. Just total. Total

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Which Rights Are Mentioned in the Constitution?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:30 min | 3 months ago

Which Rights Are Mentioned in the Constitution?

"Let's stop for a second. Where do you get a right in the constitution? First of all, remember, rights don't come from the constitution. I'll say it again because there are some people who are unclear on it. Rights do not come from the constitution. Rights are recognized in the constitution. Human beings are endowed with certain freedoms. One, the right to speak freely, the right to worship as you see fit. Those are endowed by our creator. They are recognized those two in the First Amendment. By the constitution, but they don't come from the constitution. If you look through the entire constitution, including all the amendments, you will not find the word abortion. Because it's not there. So it's not expressly recognized in a constitution. Now, constitutions also clear that all rights, which we, as human beings, have are not necessarily in the constitution. Dobbs reiterates that those rights, how do you know those rights exist? Okay. You look at history. Were they recognized throughout history and Samuel Edo goes through and says, look, like four years before roe V wade, 5 years before, abortion was outlawed in at least 40 states or very heavily controlled. At least 40 states.

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What Was the Reasoning Behind the Court's Decision?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:41 min | 3 months ago

What Was the Reasoning Behind the Court's Decision?

"Now, there are a number of states that had trigger bills. That is, if roe V wade and Casey, of course, roe V wade was the original case back in like 73. And it laid out almost in a legislative kind of sense, a very strict accidentally not that straight. A framework of when abortion could be allowed, like you would expect in a law. Now, of course, I know what you're thinking. You're saying, wait a minute. I saw schoolhouse rock when I was a kid. Supreme Court's not supposed to make law. That's the job of the legislature. Exactly? And then Casey came back and it kind of changed it because roe roe was not a very well reasoned decision. And I know that because Ruth Bader Ginsburg said so and Lawrence tried before he went completely insane. So I want a lot of commentary. They like the result. They didn't like the reasoning. Because the reasoning wasn't very sensible. Their reasoning was, well, there's a constitutional right to abortion, kind of because, and it boils down to we really think it's a good idea. And that didn't really work. And it had a very detailed kind of almost legislative outline of what you could and could do with abortion. That wasn't workable. In 1992, Casey came down, they kind of changed the test a little. Became an undue burden on way. You can't unduly burden. The right to an abortion. And what Samuel lita said is, wait, you're wrong at the premise. There is no right to abortion in the constitution.

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Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade; states can ban abortion

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade; states can ban abortion

"The Supreme Court has ended the constitutional protections for abortion After nearly 50 years the high court has overturned roe V wade which is expected to lead to abortion bans and roughly half the states The ruling comes more than a month after the stunning leak of a draft opinion by justice Samuel Alito indicating the once unthinkable decision was coming in the final opinion today Alito writes row and the 1992 case that reaffirmed abortion rights were both wrong the day they were decided and must be overturned The ruling comes amid public opinion surveys finding a majority of Americans oppose overturning roe and handing the question of whether to permit abortion entirely to the states Sagar Meghani Washington

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Supreme Court order could affect Pennsylvania Senate count

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Supreme Court order could affect Pennsylvania Senate count

"A Supreme Court order could affect the Pennsylvania Senate vote count The Supreme Court is temporarily blocking the counting of some mail in ballots in Pennsylvania There's a tight Republican Senate primary between former hedge fund CEO David McCormick and celebrity heart surgeon doctor mehmet Oz and order from justice Samuel Alito paused a lower court ruling in a lawsuit over a disputed 2021 local court election that would have allowed the counting of mail in ballots that lacked a handwritten date The Pennsylvania law requires voters to write a date on the envelope in which they mail in their ballots but the envelope is postmarked by the post office and timestamped by counties when they receive it Ed Donahue Washington

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World Bee Day-Bee Intro and Wrap

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

World Bee Day-Bee Intro and Wrap

"On world B day the UN's food and agriculture organization is celebrating the diversity of bees and beekeeping systems Bees are at risk from habitat loss due to farming human habitation and pesticides Beekeeper Samuel moany in Kenya says 2021 was not a good year Due to the climate coach plus we had a low cost inversion the mechanism which were used in their control it was used by spraying which affected the big keeping doctor Elliott yule a researcher at southeastern Kenya university says habitat loss is also a major issue for bees Every time you cut down trends then you get rid of nectar and pollen And this is the food for the beans And when there's no food for the bees then it leads to colonies He says livestock people agriculture people environment people and of course beekeepers must work together to save the bees I'm Ed

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Manson scores 8:02 into OT, Avs beat Blues 3-2 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Manson scores 8:02 into OT, Avs beat Blues 3-2 in Game 1

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"samuel" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

03:26 min | 4 months ago

"samuel" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"It's all here, welcome to the show. My guest in this episode of the podcast is psychotherapist and author Julia Samuel. Julia is a returning guest, and in this episode we delve into one of the most valuable resources available to us. If we want a journey of personal development or just trying to understand ourselves better. And if you think about bettering yourself, you might think of today as day one and the better version of yourself that you envisage waiting for you at some point in the future. You ever been tempted to do that, start a new thing, a regime, or whatever, on a Monday, and you're sort of hoping that at the end of all of that effort, whether it's a month, three months, 6 months a year, that this great version of yourself that you really pinned all your hopes on is going to be waiting for you at the other end. Well, what will get you to that version of yourself that you're aiming for is consistent effort, learning, behavioral change, any number of things, but it's quite a few shifts. It takes a lot of effort. It might take a lot of learning and newness. And the perspective I've never really heard championed and one that Julia is expert in is an understanding who you are based on the information that exists before. And by before, I mean learning the story of your family. Who we are today, this version of ourselves is a combination of the people and experiences who came before us, and the effects may be showing up on our present, and they may be confusing. So rather than focus ahead on how to change, Julie and I discuss the value in looking back to understand how we got here. And Julie has actually written a fantastic book that explores this in detail with 8 families called every family has a story, how we inherit love and loss, and it really is a fascinating exploration into family relationships and how they fundamentally influence our health and happiness. And it's via these family therapy sessions with 8 families that she conducted during lockdown. And this book, perhaps wouldn't exist if it wasn't for lockdown because she explains getting, I think it was four generations of one of the families in one place was easy to do virtually then physically. Imagine trying to get four generations in one room to do this. So this book examines a range of common issues from separation, leaving home, loss, sense of identity, and shows through these multi generational conversations. How much has passed from one generation to the next? And how it shows up and how trying to work on it doesn't involve looking forward, although that might be part of it. It involves a lot of looking back. And I hope if you're a longtime listener of this podcast, that you'll know that when addressing mental health or talking about anything that sits in this quote on quote personal development space, it's my intention to arm you with tools, not just conversations you can not along with. And I'm not going to create a podcast where we're just naval gazing. I really hope that there are things that you can take from every episode that will be helpful. And Julia has, in all her visits to the podcast, but perhaps especially with this conversation, said shared so many practical tools tips and things you can do today that are absolutely actionable and achievable. And for that reason, I'm really glad to be sharing this conversation. I really do feel it's the show you could listen to today and learn something from take something from that could help you make a really profound change. You've been looking for. So I'll put the link to the book in the show notes and it's a strong recommend for me. It's very beautifully written as well, Julie is a very skilled writer. It's really a pleasure to read. So I'll put the links to the book and all of Julia's social media in the show notes, but it's a warm welcome back to Julia Samuel on.

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Clarence Thomas says abortion leak has changed Supreme Court

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Clarence Thomas says abortion leak has changed Supreme Court

"Justice justice justice justice Clarence Clarence Clarence Clarence Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas says says says says the the the the Supreme Supreme Supreme Supreme Court Court Court Court has has has has been been been been changed changed changed changed by by by by the the the the leak leak leak leak of of of of a a a a draft draft draft draft opinion opinion opinion opinion earlier earlier earlier earlier this this this this month month month month suggesting suggesting suggesting suggesting the the the the court court court court is is is is poised poised poised poised to to to to overturn overturn overturn overturn the the the the right right right right to to to to an an an an abortion abortion abortion abortion recognized recognized recognized recognized in in in in roe roe roe roe versus versus versus versus Wade Wade Wade Wade I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with a a a a look look look look at at at at his his his his comments comments comments comments it's it's it's it's like like like like kind kind kind kind of of of of an an an an infidelity infidelity infidelity infidelity that that that that you you you you can can can can explain explain explain explain it it it it but but but but you you you you can't can't can't can't undo undo undo undo it it it it justice justice justice justice Clarence Clarence Clarence Clarence Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas joined joined joined joined the the the the court court court court in in in in nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen ninety ninety ninety ninety one one one one and and and and has has has has long long long long called called called called for for for for roe roe roe roe versus versus versus versus Wade Wade Wade Wade to to to to be be be be overturned overturned overturned overturned speaking speaking speaking speaking at at at at a a a a conference conference conference conference in in in in Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Friday Friday Friday Friday he he he he described described described described the the the the leak leak leak leak of of of of justice justice justice justice Samuel Samuel Samuel Samuel Alito's Alito's Alito's Alito's draft draft draft draft as as as as an an an an unthinkable unthinkable unthinkable unthinkable breach breach breach breach of of of of trust trust trust trust when when when when you you you you lose lose lose lose that that that that trust trust trust trust especially especially especially especially in in in in the the the the institution institution institution institution that that that that I'm I'm I'm I'm in in in in it it it it changes changes changes changes the the the the institution institution institution institution fundamentally fundamentally fundamentally fundamentally are are are are you you you you begin begin begin begin to to to to look look look look over over over over your your your your shoulder shoulder shoulder shoulder adding adding adding adding up up up up the the the the leaker leaker leaker leaker that that that that general general general general attitude attitude attitude attitude is is is is your your your your future future future future on on on on the the the the bench bench bench bench and and and you you you need need need to to to be be be concerned concerned concerned about about about that that that that that that audio audio audio Kerr Kerr Kerr to to to see see see the the the American American American enterprise enterprise enterprise institute institute institute I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas

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Radical Left Organizations Encourage the Targeting of SCOTUS Homes

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | 5 months ago

Radical Left Organizations Encourage the Targeting of SCOTUS Homes

"Yesterday we talked about the group rise up for abortion, which is really just a front for a shadowy revolutionary Communist Party group. A Maoist organization founded in the 60s by bob, avakian. Now, interestingly enough, some on the left don't like that group because they call it a cult. Which seems very apropos. Now, another group that's actually getting probably more attention because they were the ones that actually doxxed the 5 out of the 6 conservative justices, Samuel Alito, Amy Coney Barrett, clarence Thomas, Brett Kavanaugh, Neil Gorsuch, is a group called Ruth sent us. Ruth sent us is asking activists to target Supreme Court Justices who may overturn roe V roe V wade with demonstrations at their private homes. Now, can we just state it? As a simple, clean fact here that you should not protest at private homes. You should not confront or get in their faces as Maxine water says, when people are out in public with their families, this is not appropriate. If you don't like somebody, you vote them out of office. If you don't like somebody, you can go on Twitter and say something mean and nasty to them. That's fine. And there might actually be free speech on Twitter moving forward with Elon Musk taking down. You do not, and I repeat, again, do not protest at private homes. I think it's just important to say that it's idiotic. It's stupid. If you're a conservative and you're considering protesting in front of, I don't know, justice Kagan's house because you think it's respect that she or one of her clerks were the leaker. Don't do it. Stop. It looks bad.

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 Senate passes bill to boost security for Supreme Court

AP News Radio

00:06 sec | 5 months ago

Senate passes bill to boost security for Supreme Court

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Is Overturning Roe v Wade a Radical or Conservative Choice?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | 5 months ago

Is Overturning Roe v Wade a Radical or Conservative Choice?

"This is Tina. Tina says, quote, Charlie, I read a column of one of my conservative Friends shared on Twitter. That was written by someone on the right apparently said overturning roe versus wade wasn't conservative. Okay, so this is a column by Brett Stevens, who used to be a really smart person and he's just become almost unreadable in recent years. And this Brett Stevens now writes for The New York Times. And Brett Stevens wrote this for The New York Times. Overturning roe is a radical, not conservative choice. Now he calls himself a conservative, he's just about the same type of conservative as Bill kristol. That should tell you everything you need to know. Dear chief justice Roberts, justice Barrett Gorsuch Kavanaugh and Thomas, as you'll no doubt agree roe versus wade was an ill judged decision one was handed down January 22nd, 1973. It continues by saying, roe versus wade diminished the standing on the court by turning it into an even more political branch of government. But a half century is a long time. America is a different place, with a most of its population born after Rowe was decided. After a decision to overturn roe, which the court seemed poised to do, according to the leak of a draft of a majority opinion by justice Samuel Alito, would do more to replicate gross damage than to reverse it. He says it would be a radical, not conservative choice. So Brett Stevens, who I assume is very highly educated. I would like him to tell me what is the definition of radical. It means to the root to the core. To the basis. Brett Stevens asks the question in The New York Times. What is conservative, he says? It is above all, the conviction that abrupt and profound changes to established laws and common expectations are utterly destructive to respect for their law and institutions established to uphold it. And especially when those changes are instigated from above with neither Democrat consent, nor broad consensus. Okay, that is not what a conservative is, okay? If there is an immoral or destructive law, a conservative has a moral obligation to try to repeal it and get rid of it quickly.

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The White House Ignores Harrassment of Supreme Court Justices

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:31 min | 5 months ago

The White House Ignores Harrassment of Supreme Court Justices

"Passion, a lot of fear, a lot of sadness, for many, many people across this country, about what they saw in that leaked document suck, he said. I don't have an official U.S. government position on where people protest. There's no official government position on where people protest. The government is mom is quiet on the issue of going to justice's homes and screaming, nobody screams like left the screen. This was a question asked by Fox News channels Peter doocy. Doocy was signing a Fox News report that said pro choice activists under the moniker Ruth sent us. After the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg a proponent of roe, published what are likely the home addresses of justices Amy Coney Barrett, Samuel Alito Brett Kavanaugh, clarence Thomas Neil Gorsuch, and chief justice John Roberts. During the briefing she also suggested conservatives were making too big of a fuss about the leak. I think what is happening here and what we think is happening here is there is an effort to distract from what the actual issue here, which is the fundamental rights, so an abortion. You know?

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Leftist Journalist Threatens Killing Justice Thomas & Justice Alito

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:06 min | 5 months ago

Leftist Journalist Threatens Killing Justice Thomas & Justice Alito

"Because here's what this journalist said about two conservative Supreme Court Justices. He writes, if you had the chance to kill clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito, the two oldest right wing Supreme Court judges should you do it while Biden can get his nominees to replace them confirmed. If you could kill clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito I mean, forget Twitter, isn't that a verifiable, illegal threat? You're allowed to go publicly threaten people's lives? Don't you think some unhinged maniac could see that? And try to do them harm? Is he still up, Derek? Is he still there? I mean, I would be shocked if they took him down, but maybe they will. Maybe they will.

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AP analysis finds growing number of poor, high-hazard dams

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

AP analysis finds growing number of poor, high-hazard dams

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"samuel" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

The Past and the Curious

13:39 min | 7 months ago

"samuel" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

"Wilbert Tucker. Unlike Jesse Owens, Samuel Tucker would go by his given name until his final days. In 1990. The day he was born was June 18th, 1913. And throughout his life, Samuel Tucker would say this was not just his birthday, but the very day he joined the struggle for civil rights in America. His grandfather had been prosperous in the days between the Civil War, and the rise of Jim Crow laws, which was the term for racist laws that were passed in the late 1800s to limit the power of black Americans. Among these were laws around segregation, the term separate but equal was used to describe the availability of resources like schools and healthcare and public accommodations. But anyone who looked could see that while people were separated by the color of their skin, there was nothing equal about the resources in their everyday lives. A simple case in point would be young Samuel Tucker's education. There was not a high school available for him to attend in his home of Alexandria, Virginia. That's not to say there wasn't a high school at all. The very much was, and this all white high school was visible from the front porch of his house, but he was not allowed to attend. Instead, after elementary school, he was on his own. His dad worked in real estate, and his mother was a teacher, so they clearly saw the value of education for all of their children, and they came up with a workaround, something Samuel later called a bootleg education. Washington D.C. was about ten miles away, and for all the Washington, D.C. school system knew, Samuel Tucker was a resident of that city. But he was not. Unbeknownst to anyone at school, Samuel and his siblings would walk 22 blocks from home to catch a street car and then take a 20 minute trolley ride to a Washington D.C. high school. Technically speaking, this was illegal. He and his family were not citizens of Washington, and therefore they were not supposed to be enrolled in that city's public education. But with no education option in his own city, it should be pretty easy to see why he chose to do it. And also easy to understand that he was working around an unfair law in order to go to school. It wasn't easy. Once, he and his brothers, one older and one younger, were arrested when a white woman boarded the trolley car and claimed that they were in her seat. In a move similar to one that would make Rosa Parks famous several decades later, the Tucker brothers did not give up their seats. As a result, they were arrested and threatened with fines. Finding teenagers trying to get to school is pretty ridiculous. But that didn't stop the prosecutors from trying. They graciously decided not to find the youngest Tucker brother, but Samuel was fined $5, and his older brother, who they said should have known better than the others, not to break the law, was fined $50. Fortunately, when their court date came, the jury found them not guilty, and the fines were dropped. When he finished his bootleg education at Washington's Armstrong high school with flying colors, Samuel Tucker enrolled at Howard University, a historically black university that had been founded in Washington, D.C., way back in 1867. He'd always been interested in law, a friend of his father's was a lawyer who shared an office with the elder mister Tucker. This man nurtured Samuel's interests, talking, answering many questions, and gladly lending legal books for the curious boy. Young Samuel began to see himself as a lawyer in the future. And while at university, he began to understand more about the laws that kept equality out of reach, from he and his fellow black Americans. He also learned about the way people like India's Mahatma Gandhi forced big changes through nonviolence and resistance. Now, more than ever, becoming a lawyer was his goal. He knew that he could make big changes, but there was no way for him to get a law degree near his home. So after he graduated in 1933, he spent a year using mail order and correspondence lessons to teach himself to become a lawyer. In 1934, he passed the Virginia bar and officially became James wilbert Tucker, attorney at law. He was 21 years old. A few years later, in 1937, a new library opened up an Alexandria, just two blocks from Samuel Tucker's law office. He walked past it every day, but he never went inside. Just like the high school he could see from his steps, but was not allowed to attend. This library was a whites only facility. Despite separate but equal laws saying black residents would get equal accommodations, there was no library for Alexandria's black residents to use. Samuel Tucker didn't want a separate library, though. He wanted everyone to use the same Alexandria library. So Samuel came up with a groundbreaking plan to shine a light on the unfairness, and he got help from 5 young men. It was a Monday morning in August of 1939 when a young black resident of Alexandria walked down the door of the library and asked for a library card in order to borrow books. When the woman behind the counter told him no, he calmly and quietly walked to a shelf, chose a book, sat down at a table and started reading. Not long after, another man followed in his footsteps. When this fellow was denied the same request, he, too, found a book on a shelf. Finding a table far away from the first man, he sat down, and also read. Three other young men would follow the first two and do essentially the same thing. Card? No? Book. Sit, read, be quiet. Samuel Tucker had walked them through the plan many times. It was important that they were polite. It was important that they sat apart and spoke not to one another. It was important, in fact, that they spoke to no one, but the librarian. Most importantly, this would give no one the grounds to arrest them for disorderly conduct, as expected, the men were arrested anyway. Samuel Tucker was across the street in his office. Outside the library, a group of people assembled, including members of the press that Tucker had tipped off. The 5 men calmly and quietly went with the officers to the police station. The event became big news locally, but unfortunately it was overshadowed in the national news by events in Europe that would lead to World War II. At the trial, Tucker was able to prove that the men had done nothing wrong. They were arrested purely because of the color of their skin and nothing else. It was true. The arresting officer even remarked that the young men were very polite, and ultimately the judge agreed with Tucker, in a way at least. There was no library for Alexandria's black residents, so they couldn't technically prevent black citizens of Alexandria from using the building. However, this backfired. The city rushed to build the second library, which, as you might guess, was separate, but not equal. Once this new library, the Robinson library, was open, the city's black residents could no longer use the original library and had to settle for secondhand typewriters and well worn and out of date books. The only thing the new branch had to offer. Samuel Tucker was furious and refused to get a library card from a segregated library. Despite this, the library plan involving the young men is remembered as one of the first sit in protests in the struggle for American civil rights. In the decades that followed, nonviolent protests in the form of sit ins and boycotts and demonstrations would make more Americans aware of the struggle for equality and also force those in power to listen to the needs of all people. A few years after that historic sit in, America was pulled into World War II. Samuel Tucker felt compelled to put his legal career on hold and enlist in the army. He became an officer in the 366th division, rising to the rank of major, along with the men of his division, he fought bravely throughout Italy, and the men respected him for his intelligence and cool headed demeanor. When the war ended, he was eager to get back to Virginia to continue his legal practice, and to focus yet again on equality in America. He settled in the small town of emporia, Virginia, where he felt he was needed most. There were not any other black lawyers there at the time, so it was important to him to work on behalf of the area's population. He defended citizens falsely accused of crimes, and he worked to integrate Virginia's school systems. He even argued several civil rights cases in front of the United States Supreme Court. His quiet nature and aversion to the limelight of fame meant that his name would not be as familiar to Americans as other leaders of the civil rights era. But Samuel Tucker was working behind the scenes constantly, using his legal genius and unlimited dedication to justice through the 1970s. His library sit in was a model for many and one of the first successful protests of its kind in America. He died in 1990, among one of his highest honors is a burial and Arlington cemetery. America's national cemetery for soldiers and other honorable Americans. Major Samuel Tucker was proud of his service, but he would have been prouder still of the monument built in his honor in emporia, Virginia. It calls him an effective, unrelenting advocate for freedom, equality, and human dignity. Principles he loved. Things that mattered. Also of note, the former Robinson library in Arlington, the one that was built after his sit in is now a museum, and Samuel wilbert Tucker is a big part of the history that they tell. Well, thank you so much for listening to episode 65. This was a joy to put together. It's been tight and doing a lot of work, trying to get a bunch of stuff done, but I appreciate you being along for the ride, and I'm so glad to be doing it. Again, if you're not doing anything March 3rd, you want to come hang out for a live reading on YouTube live. I'm gonna be doing the meat shower at 11 a.m. eastern standard time and 7 p.m. eastern standard time. So twice that day, you get two chances. And if you can't make it, that's cool, you can celebrate Kentucky meat shower day, the anniversary in your own way, you know? I think I'm sure you have a say, I'm sure you have a thing you do every year, right? I mean, everyone does. So now, I do have some page. Oh, also, I'm really excited about the announcement. So if you don't make it to that, then I will be shouting about it the next day on Friday, so, you know, just stay tuned. And maybe think about helping out with the KickStarter project. So I have some Patreon people to thank right now. This is cool. Actually, Talia, who is from Australia and just turned 9, I think like two days ago or three days ago, happy birthday, Talia. And greetings to you from Kentucky. That's so awesome. Happy birthday. Seth stolen and Texas, I owe you a shout out as well. How are you doing Seth? I'm glad you're out there. Oh, another happy birthday, two of them actually. Brothers, Dane, and will. Birthdays are like two days apart, right? That's awesome. So happy birthday to you, Dane and will. Hanson, Dane and will Hanson, that is. Not just any day and well. Oh wait, I think it's Dave. No, I'm wrong, it's not Dave. It's day. I was right the whole time. I just have messy writing. Dane, will. Happy birthday. Also, Milan from Montreal, that's awesome. It was great to get a note from you and the icy north. It's not much warmer down here, so, you know, we can live in that together. And also, next I'm going to give a shout out to Aiden and Brandon. I know that you all are probably listening on the way to school, so hey, what's up, y'all? I'm in your car with you. Let's talk about history and listen to this weird accordion music. That's my band. Also, Henry and Matt, and I had a message from your mom Rebecca as well. So glad that you all listen, I'm thrilled that everyone out there is enjoying the show. And down there in Florida, I need to say hello to Sadie, Sadie. I'm so glad that you're out there as well. Hello to you and everyone in your life who might listen along with you. I'm so glad you're doing it. Another pair of brothers, these guys are in Chicago, Henry and William in Chicago shout out to you. Henry and William. Yes. And last but not least I have run out of music. And last but not least, we have Evan mossberg, masawa, in California, Evan. Hello to you and shout out and I'm so glad you're out there. Like everybody else, that goes for everybody. I'm glad you're out there. My name is Mick Sullivan. This has been the past and the curious, and I'll be talking to you very soon. Stay tuned for some news..

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"samuel" Discussed on Serve to Lead | James Strock

Serve to Lead | James Strock

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"samuel" Discussed on Serve to Lead | James Strock

"I wanna make sure that america is big enough and smart enough and looking forward enough to be able to have say texas in california but only coexist but prosper and make the whole country better. What does that mean for. The leadership approach a president should seek to instill in the country today. So my advice would be somewhat counter intuitive. So almost all. Recent presidents appeal to Unity and solidarity in ways that are surprisingly similar for a piece. I published recently in reason magazine. I looked at president biden and president trump's inaugural addresses and they actually say almost the same thing about about these these matters and it didn't work in either case as as we know. President trump was not particularly popular. When he was elected biden was briefly. A little bit more popular. But he seems to be descending quickly to a comparable level of unpopularity. So i would. I would advise presidents not to pretend that there is more unity and cohesion than there than there really is but rather to say. Look we disagree on a lot of things in a vast country with an enormous number of people. That's okay as your president. I am going to focus on discharging a much more limited number of tasks which are outlined by the constitution that can only be managed from this office and for the rest. I want you in your states. And i want your representatives in congress to try to figure it out for themselves now. I'm not totally naive. I don't think that would work. That would work overnight but we have learned over recent decades that presidents cannot bring about cohesion and consensus merely by uttering magic magic words. So my instinct would be maybe to try a different strategy. Lot of people here in this would go back. I'd argue at least thirty years at this point and certainly both of the legacy political parties that when they talk about unity. They're generally talking about submission to their point of view heavily respectful. That's right when when when most people talk about unity they mean everyone should agree with me. That's that's obviously not a sustainable of political situation. But it seems what we've been saddled with from who were producing as president in recent years. Let me ask you this. Samuel goldman you same. I think it's fair to say and this is not to only simplify your very nuanced views..

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"samuel" Discussed on Froning and Friends

Froning and Friends

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"samuel" Discussed on Froning and Friends

"Or let's talk about. It's been a while high games got a little bit. Kinda crazy sucked into that so now here we are. Let's try to get back on a roll with this. We are second samuel. What twenty one. Twenty one we're almost through second samuel and then we gotta figure out where we're going next tasers in charge of that so once we i guess the holy spirit's in charge that right thing to do. That's in charge of our spiritual journey. Attorney king yes..

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"samuel" Discussed on Short Stories for Kids: The Magic Factory of Storytelling

Short Stories for Kids: The Magic Factory of Storytelling

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"samuel" Discussed on Short Stories for Kids: The Magic Factory of Storytelling

"Stuff said jonathan moves. Bamboo shoots fruit chocolate cake. Now me wondered samuela z. I. jonathan's enormous teeth nope oscar rulers or vegetarians. We don't deep meat. Did you say you had some chocolate cake. No like didn't said samuel. But i can have a look. Samuel had been prepared to give a lot of love and attention to a new puppy and was now equally determined to give it all to jonathan just because jonathan was a hawking. Great gorilla didn't mean they couldn't do the things samuel had wanted to do with the dog. The first of these was going for a walk. Jonathan of course didn't need a collar and a lead. he simply held samuels hand. They would walk around the neighborhood. With samuel pointing out his school and his friends houses understandably none of samuels neighbors had seen a guerilla going for a stroll before. And this did cause a few problems. Mr baker was watering his flowers on the front lawn. When samuel in jonathan passed by he was so distracted by the sight of guerrilla walking along hand in hand with a little boy that he didn't notice he was pointing the hose at his open-top sports car which was now quickly filling up like a swimming. Pool samuel also took jonathan along to the puppy training class. His mom had booked she had already paid for it. After all the lady running the class had never seen a gorilla in her class before she wanted to say no but her sheep did show. The lesson was paid for so she shrugged her shoulders and let them in today. The puppies were learning to sit and stay the owners had to give the command encourage their puppies to sit and stay sat while they backed away. Sit said samuel rather unexpectedly. Jonathan walked out of the room. He reappeared moments later with a small armchair onto which he did. Indeed sid spe said samuel raido said jonathan and got out a book to read. Having a guerilla for a pet was in many ways. Nothing at all like having a poppy and yet samuel never once thought he'd made the wrong decision he had given jonathan a loving home and in return. Jonathan hit become part of the family. The moment samuel grew to love best or the lazy evenings in front of the tv. They would watch their favorite shows. Snuggled up together snacking on fruit and the occasional slice of chocolate cake. Samuel enjoyed watching paul patrol and jurassic world camp while jonathan rather enjoyed cookery programmes particularly the baking ones. One evening they were clicking through the channels and came across the local news. They would doing a story about the zoo. It's major new. Attraction was proving to be a huge hit with the visitors. It turned out that the zoo had recently built a ceautiful gorilla house but somehow it had ended up housing a tiny hamster instead people had fallen in love with the little creature as they watched it. Climb ropes and swing on tires. It was now the most popular animal. There that's amazing said samuel. He changed the channel. Yes agreed.

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"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Lincoln took the end saw handed him his briefs and through the brief in the trash basket without reading it and told the plaintiffs of the defendants. He has to go. i do so they are blunkett. Wow this is we're going to another break. We're gonna be back a few more minutes folks stick around folks. I'm talking to dr samuel mitchum Whose books have been translated into many languages. An historian who's written many books Documentum i'm just fascinated about so much of what you're saying they're such rich history here But it's disturbing. I mean the picture that you paint of Of lincoln i've heard such things but never In exactly this way he what would account for him putting stanton in his cabinet. Is that the basic idea that you put your enemies in your cabinet. That was it. If your friends close your enemies closer. He was lobbied by our william seward. you know you look at the penny you got abraham lincoln on everybody loves. The lincoln owned a penny Strong merciful determined integrity All of this has been buried. It didn't work that way on the ground. All the time and He felt that he needed stanton Because of the radical republicans who want him on the cabinet and they got him and he was quite frankly. Better secretary of war than this assessor The successors name. Kim rooney was a pennsylvania machine politician highly corrupt He's the one that had the famous quote. An politician is one. Who when he is bought stays out. But abraham lincoln spoke up far. the said Watch that. I do not believe would steal a red hot stove but we get how funny like was. At least i forget. He was full of those Would waza came up with a lot of witnesses but Stan did approve the efficiency improve the efficiency of the were department so he was an asset. You mean more effort until he had lincoln murdered well. He was involved in it. I believe sodas some other historians incidentally this lawrence baker. I told you about who i think. Stanton this being involved in the conspiracy. he was shot twice and lighter survived that but the county dead in his off apartment and the medical. Your topsy said he died of meningitis. Which means in those days had to seal the coffin and buried immediately which they did but the family finally got zooms and the cause of death was arsenic poisoning. He was murdered He wasn't the only one to disappear. John wilkes booth nineteen year old mistress one of them anyway else star She disappeared and so did john. power who was the policemen on duty. When like tonight at least he was supposed to be on duty. Went to a bar and Left lincoln unprotected. Now you gotta consider when booth went into box. She nobody a posting. The president united states didn't then anybody between him an assassin booth fired bullet or feet away and he went in there with one derringer single shot crystal one and i know that was all and the stove or something. He didn't expect any opposition would have been go ahead. That is truly astonishing. A single shot derringer. That was it. Do we know what was the gauge. What was the bullet pros by half an inch diameter forty four so it was a big bullet one shot where at a time So fascinating samuel mitchum. Thank you for being my guess. Congratulations on this new book. The retribution conspiracy to rise confederate secret. Service and congratulations on all your books. I look forward to reading some of them as soon as possible. Thanks also for your time..

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"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Use it it works. Check it out folks as you know. I like books on history. I like them so much. Sometimes i write them. But i can't write them all. There are other authors out there and we try to find them. It's not easy but we found one in monroe louisiana. That's in that duck hunting neck of the woods where i have been with my daughter in the blind with phil robertson. That neck of the woods. We're talking again To our friend. Samuel mitchum samuel welcome back like very much what is what is this book about. I have to tell you. It's a very very intriguing. This is a brand new book. It's called the retribution conspiracy. The rise of the confederate secret service. What in the world is this. And how did it ended up being a whole book by you well Based on the theory that the confederates secret service was behind this us. Nation of o'brien lincoln and i- couched in a novel form because some of the dots can't be connected properly. But that makes sense when you stop and think about it. Their story in control of the secret service one hundred fifty four years after ceases to exist. You don't have to ask. Was it any good or not. You know it wasn't worth a hoop well. But i mean to play devil's advocate. After one hundred fifty four years. You think some people would a talked eventually around nineteen twenty. Some of these people would have started talking. So let's just so. My audience is clear even though it's a novel this is it's fact based you're not just making stuff up. The fundamental facts are there. That's right if i was a. Da i get enough outfall evidence against the confederate secret service to get an indictment but i couldn't get a conviction and Secret services do tend to be rather Secret yeah and I think Why none of them talk. They headed for the hills. Is the thesis of this book. New in other words I have never heard that the confederacy defeated in war nonetheless. After the war decided to kill lincoln have other books been been written about that. Because i've not heard that before. Well first of all or wash. Nobre robert de surrender april ninth but that was only about twenty percent of the confederate army. The rest of it was still in the field. A hand John wilkes booth a twenty six year. Old actor wasn't convinced floor was lost. I mean you. And i know it was but we're looking at it. Dispassionately a century and a half later. John wilkes booth. Who was right in the middle of it Bunks now now. i just have to clarify. 'cause this is all news to me since i don't live in the south. I've missed a lot of this. How is it that we say that. the app maddox. Courthouse ends the war. But that on april ninth when when lincoln was murdered The war was not over. I always believed that the war was fully over by the time he was killed. No he was killed while he was shot. On april fourth. Think the following morning but bauer large confederate forces. Still in the field. The whole army of tennessee nathan bedford forrest army. Richard taylor's army harvey the transmission department. It was by no means sure. In general charlene was very worried about this that the rest of the confederate armies would surrender. How can they not surrender if their general has surrendered in other words if he surrenders how is it Not clear that the word comes down. It's over because our leader has surrendered. well leona sirocco the army of northern virginia. It did not surrender the confederate army. When when was the war officially declared over then president. Andrew johnson declared it over in june of eighteen sixty five. I think they're all practical purposes. It was over Own may twenty six eighteen sixty five when the trans mississippi department are injured. I'm just amazed that. I'm learning about this right now. The idea that lincoln was murdered before the official end of the war. is fascinating. I'm assuming most people don't know this. Am i the only one. A lot of people don't Apple matic's is seen. Today is the end of the war and We know today that really Was basically the end of the confederacy. But that wasn't known in eighteen. Sixty five Sherman was particularly worried and soc branch that they confederate armies would break up and they would have a guerilla war for twenty years like with the japanese on those islands in the south pacific. Yeah it was more like three hundred thousand to three. So i guess i want to get this chronology right because i love learning about these things. When did sherman due his infamous march to the sea. Burning everything in the south. What months was that happening on. November december eighteen sixty four. Okay so that's long before The end of the war but So did he do that because why did he do that because it's us a little bit of a source point. While he wanted to break the south spirit. he wanted to break them economically. He didn't face much opposition matter of fact on a letter to his wife. He wants to talk about exterminating the southern population. And that was part of it and john. Is it a little bit like the dresden bombing. Something that simply need not have happened. I guess it depends on what you think about it I don't think it was necessary..

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"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I want to hear more of his story but this is the kind of company they are right. They say we're neutral medics dot com and we were not here just to make money. We are here to do the right thing. And so the everything they do what they do their profits whatever but it goes beyond that they said in effect. We've got your back so you've been canceled from youtube. You're losing a lot of revenue which we are and we wanna help now on the theme of we've got your back. I was recently in kansas city. And there's no way no way. I can sum up. Were do justice to what's zanan. I experienced there. I've never in my life seen anything. I challenge anybody to tell me. Can you think of anything comparable to what mike bickel has been doing in kansas city for the last basically forty years almost. But it's really the last twenty that he started this nonstop prayer and worship. When i say nonstop. I mean twenty four seven. The worship and prayer literally never stops for twenty two years. Now it's been going. We visited this prayer room. The whole thing is hard to take in partly because the media obviously never covers this. Nobody cares it. The whole thing is astonishing and certain people in the know are well aware of this. But i thought i'd never visited there. I've heard about mike mickelson. Scotch nineteen ninety. I think i started hearing about him. He was young man in his early thirties are now. He's sixty five and sixty six. I don't know but he's been doing this for all these years. So suzanne and. I were there while we were there. Mike had invited us through fish to be part of something. I didn't quite know what. But i'd never met. Chris reed who is a gifted minister on a level. I can't even. We won't go into it now. But we're gonna ken fish on the program tomorrow so miss tomorrow because ken fish and are going to impact what. I'm talking about here but chris read And you know when you get to hang out with these people for days you get to see who they really are. And these are just the most transparent honorable wonderful people in which thrills me to say that by the way someone i'd never met before never read. His books never heard him preach a sermon. Francis chan he wrote a book called crazy. love He and i are not on the same page in some ways But to get to know this guy as it was such a gift we became friends. I can't help but love him. He is just such a superb human being and so transparent in his faith and he talked about how much it has cost him. And this gets to kind of. What's happened to me with trump. if you take a stand and you feel an obligation to take a stand. Many people are going to mischaracterize you. And they're going to attack you. And what he the way he put it. He preached a sermon on saturday. Night that we have to get on my personal youtube. And i have to put it on twitter and stuff. I haven't found it yet but he preaches someone who was amazing he talks about. If you you stand with somebody you inherit all of their enemies In other words when he says. I'm friends with eric metaxas and istan with him. He's my friend. And my brother and blah blah blah blah blah. We have some differences. But i stand with him every one who hates me now hates him and goes after him. Similarly if i stand with francis chan. Everybody hates him. And they're out there. Because i've noticed them on Twitter and stuff. They start coming after you about what they don't like about him. Yeah and i think we're living at a time and this is what cancel culture is the reason we all have to be brave now and speak out. Is that if we speak out for each other. We form a fait lancs kind of like the movie. Gladiator where you stand together as a shield. That's the key and what's happening now in the cancel culture. People wanna pick you off one at a time one at a time if you say this. You're out you're out. You're so we have to stand together even when we don't agree with everything so we'll talk about. Jesus said if they hate me they're gonna hate you. Well i mean that's the whole point so some people look well. Yeah i'm a christian but but but you know it's just an interesting thing. There's a moment in our culture now about. Are we going to stand together. So when when tim eaten says we want to stand with you. We wanna offer thirty percent off to your listeners. For the code eric for this week. That's just a show of support. Say you know if you want attack him. You're gonna attack us if you're going to attack him a we have to stand together so i wanted to say that We're running out of time. Let me just point out before we Go to our guest And again our one doe miss. It muster yanno a but one of ken fish. Tomorrow i wanna say please again sign up for the newsletter you have to go to eric. Metaxas dot com. Please do this folks. Eric metaxas dot com. Sign up for the newsletter. I wanna say this sunday. I'm preaching bangor maine. Ken graves this church after that. I'm gonna be with. Charlie kirk t. p. u. s. a. In tampa going to be in birmingham. Go to my website. Eric metaxas dot com. We.

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"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Zero contacts is show alvin. I'd like to to to be my sidekick producer Whatever you want to be. I'm going to try really hard this time. I'm going to try it okay. We have one particularly important announcement to make right now before we get into all the. There's a lot of important stuff In a few minutes. We're going to be talking to doug moss triano. Now that's going to be our one today. Yes and i think we may. We may play what i'm saying now in both hours in front of both Guests but an hour one today doug muster yano senate if you missed it senator. He's the he's the senator state senator state senator in pennsylvania. An american hero within this is this is so important i. I'm aware of not being up to this. This is a very big deal folks And we're gonna get to that in a moment But sorry in an hour. To samuel mitchum is going to talk about the retribution conspiracy okay. That's that's history. So that's that's like an evergreen. We recorded some weeks ago but in our one today doug mastery out of. That's breaking news huge stuff but before we get to that. Here's an announcement. Some of you know that While one of the two major sponsors on this program as nutrigenomics neutral medics dot com tim eaten. Who's behind the company. Who founded it Missionary pilot He was a missionary pilot and they give fifty percent of their proceeds their profits. I should say to missionary activities and charities along those lines. So they're they're heroes and we are honored to partner with them but when we were cancelled off of youtube he said i want to do something for you and for the program..

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"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Was a western front eastern. Front italy wafa The german civilians it covers the waterfront is logical rather than one thing. We haven't even touched on air war which was tremendous in dresden. You talked about that. The the firebomb could be seen for sixty miles and the asphalt caught on fire the streets bird and asphalt burns seven hundred fifty degrees fahrenheit. So it was hard matt. They created how long her but the germans Strangely grin sense of humor about it all. They joked about things things and said well if allies bombing going to have to start bringing their own targets because all they're doing now shuffling the rubble and they said well it's easier to believe in final victory under run around berlin. yes do you Do you ever wonder whether we needed to to hit dresden. In that way and kill those civilians. That's something that we just have to walk up the way we do The atom bombs. What do you. What is your take on that. I think we didn't. After we were to stalin. We cooperate with our allies. And i think we should find a way not to do that. He does it ever make you sick that we were in bed with stalin. It's so strange to me. I don't know what to think of that. While is the enemy of my enemy. My friend philosophical question that's been asked for centuries each individual have to answer that. I wish we hadn't allied with the are had been necessary but my take away is the big winner. War to soviet union stalin's unfortunately that is also my Takeaway reluctant take away but samuel mitchum. It's been wonderful to meet you and to speak with you. The book is the death of hitler's war machine. Sarah thank you for your work on Allah.

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"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"And Russia pulled out allowed prussia to survive when it looked as a ball was lost. He cited that history and that actually did happen. He uman being some of them. 'specially have an infinite capacity for self delusion and hitler was deluding himself. On any indication. Things might change grasp at delano. Roosevelt died on april forty five shortly. Before hitler and hitler took that as proof that history was gonna repeat it so and the allied alliance was willing to collapse and obviously didn't and who recorded. I'm just curious. Do you remember who it was. That heard him say these things. All there were many of but Paul joseph garbo's wrote extensively his diary about that which we have copies of most of it was lost rider. He always wrote down everything and but there were a tidal. The ceo marshall particular head of the armed forces high command. I wanted to believe it and He wrote about it as well. It's just it's just amazing. We just got a couple of minutes left. I'm enjoying this very much. We're talking to samuel mitchum. The book is the death of hitler's war machine. What is the main thing that people who are students of the war would learn from your book that they didn't know let's put it that way. Oh it really depends on the student. it gives an overview of the german armed forces at the end of the war was a western front eastern. Front italy wafa The german civilians it covers the waterfront.

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"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Hitler saw office there into the main room. And said i would rather he had me shot and i think he was only half kidding me less pretty irrational I'm going to kill you. And now fifteen. Minutes later commanded the capital. That's sort of the way hitler was fagel in was his brother-in-law here shot after he had decorated him with some of the highest decorations. Nazi germany a sees me when you say brother-in-law how is fagel. In his brother-in-law they married eva brom sister and brother-in-law brother-in-law to be. I guess well they they were. The sisters were yeah or saw. He was cheating on hitler's sister but she nevertheless gosh misspoke they were bronx. Yeah yeah well. I guess at this point It does seem that. Hitler not able to to think rationally. Irrational person would have understood the situation in these last months but he somehow mystically that he would be exonerated that they could still somehow win. Was there any possibility of that. What was he hoping might happen. Grasping at straws during the seven years. War with frederick. The great the russians are died.

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"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Hope you're intrigued. Because i certainly am. We'll be right back sidelines folks. We're talking to the author samuel mitchum A. m not. Um like robert The book is the death of hitler's war machine and we're talking about obviously the last years of the war of so. What was it that hitler was doing at this point now that he didn't seem to be playing the long game this was an all or nothing at least on the on the russian front well. The period of hitler acting was over we allies were acting. Hitler was reacting He rommel called the young desert fox that he was in a cloud cuckoo land and That's pretty accurate. He was just trying to deal with the highest flame. Lashing out Totally irrational great example of that is home. It in he was commander of the fifty. Six panzer corps. He came into hitler's a presence in the bunker and hitler's first words out of his mouth were shot and by the end of their meeting. Hitler had named him commandant of berlin and building locked out..

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"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks. We're talking to the author. Samuel mitchum The book is the death of hitler's war machine samuel. You've written so many books and you're telling us that. The provenance of this book goes back to the eighties. You happen to be in the national archives at this point researching another book and you stumble upon this figure. Georg vagner who puts a copy. A literal copy of hitler's last will and testament that the allies had gotten somehow out of berlin You must have felt astonished to to be in such close proximity to something like that. Or i was I lifted my head from the will look to georg. And i said wow. And he said exactly say gives us association newer. There it really does. And i guess we do. We know where that last will testament was found. Was it in the bunker. You're suggesting obviously that it was no it was in the bunker at the time But the one of the major escaped the encirclement took it home and buried it and the american history department came looking for it and once he was convinced that he wasn't going to get in trouble. He initially denied he added. But when he was convinced he wasn't gonna get arrested for possessing it. He turned it over and it ended up in the national archives. So you're saying that this document and this Happenstance moment in forty years ago and the national lead to your interest in this in the last five months of the german army's existence did also got a copy akhbar hitler's doctor's diary he had a medical dowry hitler and You talk about The bureau bunker. It was picked up by british officer who was allowed to visit the soviet zone. He went into the bunker sat down saw journal on the floor. Picked it up and it was hitler's medical doctor girl was the name of that. Dr morrell morale. I've i mentioned him in my hoffer book. He was sort of a famous quack. That was hitler's guy. Kind of amazing. Did he survived the war he did. He died in prison but he did survive the war. natural causes he. But you know sometimes as a historian you just flat lockout. I had a fishing buddy whose daughter own your own medical corporation that several physicians working for and he was interested in my work. But you know the drugs that hitler was taking. Some of them has been manufacturers. It's like forties because he was taking handfuls of pills drugs and i.

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"samuel" Discussed on Life Together

Life Together

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"samuel" Discussed on Life Together

"You would be a minister of justice. The second sermon ends this way. Live justly live justly. I do not want to be an ally. I don't want my story to end this way. Ally dies in a very graphic way. There's one day where his two sons has wicked sons go to battle and they die in battle and the messenger comes back to tell eli and the bible describes it as a graphic way because it talks about the weight that ella had because of the sacrifices he had been stealing and this really heavy man sitting in his chair and when he hears the message of his sons dine. He falls back in his chair. Hits his head and dies. What a tragic loss from someone who wants heard the voice of god. It calls me to action. I want to be someone who is administering justice in the areas. That god has given me authority. Let's pray together father. I pray that you would call each one of us to recognize the areas of justice that you have given us space of the communities in our workplaces in our families and our neighborhoods that we can be a bringer of righteousness that we can be calling people to make your house a good house in our own houses and living space. If there are unrighteous our house tonight. I pray that you would help us to go home and get rid of them immediately. I prayed you would help us to cancel subscriptions. I pray that you would help us to shutdown open doors of sin in our life. We don't want you to call someone else. We want you to be us lord. Don't go away from us. Don't stand far off. Be someone who stays in relationship with us. God that we would be administer justice in this world and the name of your son. We pray amen. I'm going i'm going. I'm going our sermon tonight. Starts in psalm. Chapter ninety nine subchapter ninety nine for five and six out the lord our god and worship at his footstool he is holy moses and aaron were among his priest samuel was among those who called on his name they called on the lord and he answered them. Samuel was a man who had relationship with god who knew him who spoke to him and he spoke back and he stayed in this relationship. Because samuel did not always stay an eleven year old boy. He grew up and his surroundings changed but his relationship with god did not change. There's a dark side. What samuel story. Because samuel also had sons he also had two sons and something that i am positive that broke samuels. Heart is that he had to wicked sons and his sons cheated the house of god in a different way by accepting bribes by getting financially rich over the sacrifices that were bought and the people that.

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"samuel" Discussed on Life Together

Life Together

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"samuel" Discussed on Life Together

"Way. And all of this is going on as you're watching a man who had a holy calling and farther away from his holy calling from administering justice he's leading all of this slide. He's scooting it under the rug as he's literally getting fat under atoning sacrifices of the people walking in the doors of the temple until one day allies there and he sees this crazy woman over in the temple and she's muttering and he's so confused by what's going on he assumes his i guess is that she's drunk and so he li- walks over in the middle of all of this wickedness sin going on in the temple walks over to this woman says what are you doing. I can't believe you're drunk inside the temple. Get out of here and this woman turns and says it's not what you think. I am weeping because my heart is heavy so that woman was hannah. And it is heartbreaking to me to think that allies. I guess when he saw someone who is pouring their heart out god who was weeping in humility before the true god. His first guesses that she was drunk. This was type of place that the temple had become and god was furious at this. We always tell this story about samuel being called the children. There's part of. I samuel chapter three that we basically never tell children and i'm going to make sure you know what it is because god call samuel samuel but do you remember what he tells samuel because it's kind of dark and i think we should read it. I samuel chapter three seven. So he goes samuel. Samuel samuel says here. I am and then the lord said to samuel. So he's talking to this eleven year old child he says i'm about to do a shocking thing in israel i am going to carry out all my threats against. Eli and his family from beginning to the end can you imagine. Can you imagine being this eleven year old child. What a devastating thing. It's the little boy who's growing up in church and the first thing. Here's from god. As god going samuel samuel there's unholy in my house and you my dear eleven year old boy. I am calling you to administer justice. There is unrighteousness here and i need someone who's gonna hear my voice and samuel. You're the guy you're the guy who is going to restore justice into my house there. Is this phenomenal conversation..

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"samuel" Discussed on CNAA Overtime

CNAA Overtime

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"samuel" Discussed on CNAA Overtime

"See that that social media for we've covered a lot. Is there anything else you'd like to add. I mean first of all. Thanks so much for known i. I really enjoyed sharing sharing a little bit about kimmy catholic with you. I would just like to add. You know. I talked a lot about this this face these kids these kids really love being a part of this and and whenever we ask them you know at the seniors who are graduating. What did you love the most. That can't catholic. They all without a doubt will mention one other sports and the values they took from it so very very much working and is very real. And like i said it's from the top down father. Joe is just implementing this the walking among the holidays. He he he is and and he's he's said. Thank for familiar all of this. All right samuel hardy. The athletic director at camden catholic. What's the best way for someone to contact you. If they would like to reach out. I would say email right rates my stam dot at catholic and you can check out their website. It's camden catholic. Dot org samuel. Hardy thank you so much for your time today and thanks for joining us really appreciate it. Thanks for having great well. Thanks for listening to today's episode of the c. n. a. podcast overtime say tuned for more episodes each month featuring best practices for managing high school athletic programs at catholic schools. If you have questions or topics suggestions for the show please email info at the c. n. a. dot org that's info at the c. n. a. dot org and let us know what you think..

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