35 Burst results for "Samuel L."

The Multiple Attempts to Resettle American Slaves

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 5 d ago

The Multiple Attempts to Resettle American Slaves

"There was multiple attempts to try and resettle slaves that were brought to America, multiple attempts, and they were all largely unsuccessful because many of the slaves, especially freed slaves in the Met with Lincoln on this topic in this matter, said America is our home. We want to stay in America. We love this place. We don't love what's happened to us, but we see opportunity and we see a chance to flourish here. Abraham Lincoln had very specific plans it was called lincolnia was a proposed Central American colony that was originally proposed by Samuel pomeroy of Kansas in 1862. After Abraham Lincoln asked the senator and the United States secretary of interior, Caleb Smith, to work on a plan to resettle freed African Americans from the United States. Now, this gets really, I think, brutally mis told by so many of the kind of race people in the academy say, Lincoln wanted the blacks to leave America. No, he didn't. He assumed that many of them wanted their own country. And so actually one of the leading negotiators that pushed back against this idea was one of the great Americans ever to live Frederick Douglass. And Frederick Douglass said that he was very opposed to immigration. And the delegation then responded to Frederick Douglass's leadership. Frederick Douglas was one of the leading spokespeople of whether or not there was going to be an own country. And so basically this country was going to be in Central America right between what would be modern day Honduras. Now, mind you, there was a resettlement program. This is what other country went to such great efforts to try to bring slaves to back to where they came from as what we tried to do under president Monroe in Liberia.

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What did Roe v. Wade actually say? The landmark abortion rights ruling, explained

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

What did Roe v. Wade actually say? The landmark abortion rights ruling, explained

"The Supreme Court says so far its investigation has failed to find who leaked a draft of an opinion overturning abortion rights. More than 120 people were interviewed over the last 8 months, including the justices law clerks, all of them swore under oath. They did not disclose a draft of justice Samuel Alito's opinion that overturned roe versus wade. It's not clear if the justices themselves were interviewed about the leak. This was the first time an entire opinion reached the public before the court was ready to announce it. The court says the investigation isn't over yet, and is not ruling out the possibility the opinion was inadvertently left in a public space and

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The latest from the NFL

AP News Radio

03:59 min | Last week

The latest from the NFL

"NFL playoffs roundup. I'm Dave fairy. In his first postseason performance, Trevor Lawrence giveth, any taketh away. Denny cap has details. The Jack wires rally from 27 down to edge the Chargers 31 to 30, rightly Patterson's 36 yard field goal as time expired count the third largest comeback in NFL postseason history. Jaguar's quarterback Trevor Lawrence overcame the worst half of his career to win and his playoff debut. I didn't play my best tonight, so I'm gonna watch the table. There's gonna be so much to learn from. But honestly, I mean, you couldn't write a better script than to win a game like that. Lawrence threw four first half interceptions, three to asante Samuel junior to help the Chargers score the first 27 points of the game. He went on to throw four touchdowns, including three in the second half. Chargers head coach Brandon staley says their second half execution was poor. Anytime you're up 27 to 7 and a half time and you've got four takeaways and you end up winning the takeaway margin four nothing. It's going to be it's going to be a killer. I'm hurting for everybody in that locker room. It's a special group of guys and this is the toughest way that you can lose. The forty-niners open their postseason schedule by claiming their 11th consecutive victory. Ryan Leung was there. The forty-niners outscored Seattle 25 to 6 in the second half to beat the Seahawks 41 to 23. In his playoff debut, Brock purdy was 18 of 30 for 332 yards and three touchdowns. Having 6 games under my belt in terms of just playing in an NFL game and trying to win for four quarters, you know, has helped me get to this point and all the guys in the locker room got my back. They've all grown together. So we're ready for what's ahead. Christian McCaffrey had a 119 yards rushing, and deebo Samuel had 6 catches for a 133 yards. You know Smith was 25 of 35 for 253 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. McCaffrey says pretty showed a lot of poise for a guy who was taken last overall in the 2022 draft. He's extremely confident and he's exactly what you would want in a quarterback. No moment is too big for him and he makes corrections quickly and we saw that today and he's able to go out there and play with some juice and hit the right guys and let everybody else do their jobs. Sunday's games have the bills hosting the dolphins. The Vikings entertaining the Giants and the ravens visiting the Bengals. The dolphins with the last team to grab an AFC playoff birth. And buffalo finished with the second best winning percentage in the conference, but bill's coach Sean McDermott says his team better be ready. That's a good football team. That we've split with this year and we have a lot of respect for them in terms of what they've done and what they've accomplished this season. So we've got to get ourselves ready to go. The dolphins handed the bills their first loss of the season during week three. Buffalo was a 32 29 winner over Miami at Orchard park on December 17th. The Vikings of the number three seed in the NFC, three spots ahead of the Giants, but New York is one of the sexy pics to pull off an upset. Minnesota head coach Kevin O'Connell says he has respect for giants coach Brian dabel and defensive coordinator wink martingale. I've talked a lot about not only their head coach, but wink and his staff, they do a phenomenal job, their challenge to prepare for and our guys got to be ready to go and ready to go play fast against a really talented defense. The Vikings earned a 27 24 home win over the Giants on Christmas Eve. Like the bills and Vikings, the Bengals are well familiar with their road opponent. Cincinnati beat the ravens 27 16 a week ago, but Baltimore came away with the last second win over the Bengals on October 9th. Joe burrow hopes their AFC title run last season will benefit them this month. I think it's natural to call back on experiences that you've had in similar situations. So I think I'd be lying if I said I wasn't, but like I said, it's a new year new team, new opponents, and so we know what it takes. That's all last year did for us. The first round ends with the Buccaneers hosting the cowboys on Monday night. I'm Dave ferry, AP sports.

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Lawrence rallies Jaguars from 27 down to beat Chargers 31-30

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

Lawrence rallies Jaguars from 27 down to beat Chargers 31-30

"The Jaguars rally from 27 down to edge the Chargers 31 to 30, rightly Patterson's 36 yard field goal as time expired capped the third largest comeback in NFL postseason history. Jaguar's quarterback Trevor Lawrence overcame the worst half of his career to win in his playoff debut. I didn't play my best tonight, so I'm gonna watch the table. There's gonna be so much to learn from. But honestly, I mean, you couldn't write a better script than to win a game like that. Lawrence threw four first half interceptions, three to asante Samuel junior to help the Chargers score the first 27 points of the game. He went on to throw four touchdowns, including three in the second half. I'm Denny Capp.

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Purdy's 4 TDs lead 49ers past Seahawks 41-23 in playoffs

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

Purdy's 4 TDs lead 49ers past Seahawks 41-23 in playoffs

"The forty-niners outscored Seattle 25 to 6 in the second half to beat the Seahawks 41 to 23. In his playoff debut, Brock purdy was 18 of 30 for 332 yards and three touchdowns. Having 6 games under my belt in terms of just playing in an NFL game and trying to win for four quarters, you know, has helped me get to this point and all the guys in the locker room got my back. We've all grown together. So we're ready for what's ahead. Christian McCaffrey had a 119 yards rushing, and deebo Samuel had 6 catches for a 133 yards. You know Smith was 25 of 35 for 253 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception. Ryan leong, Santa Clara

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Legal recreational marijuana sales starting in Connecticut

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

Legal recreational marijuana sales starting in Connecticut

"Legal recreational cannabis sales starting Connecticut, even though it remains illegal under federal law 21 states have legalized recreational marijuana for adults over the past decade. At the fine federal dispensary in Wilhelm antic, 32 year old Samuel Gabby was one of the first to line up and buy legal recreational marijuana in Connecticut. Then waiting since I was an adult 18 years old and the day finally came where we can all just come here and get what we want and go home without having to worry about the police or anything. So it's a good day for people in Connecticut. Diana Vickers says it's about time. We made decisions before that may have been incorrect. That's okay. With my business if you go back and make it right. So I think that's what I like the best about it. As many as 40 dispensaries along with dozens of other cannabis related businesses are expected to eventually open in Connecticut by the end of the year. In neighboring Massachusetts, retail sales began in 2018 and last month in Rhode Island and New York. I'm Julie Walker.

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Ersson gets first career NHL shutout as Flyers beat Sabres

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ersson gets first career NHL shutout as Flyers beat Sabres

"Samuel Ericsson stopped 28 shots in the flyers scored three times in the first period of a four zero victory over the sabers. Joel therapy had a goal and an assist one 27 apart after Zack mcewan opened the scoring two O four in. Wade Allison tallied about two minutes into the third period. Harrison picked up his first career shutout. Noah Kate supplied the third goal and Travis connecting he had to assist in the flyers 5th win in 6 games. Buffalo was shut out for the first time this season in losing for the second time at ten games. Craig Anderson turned back 34 shots for buffalo. I'm Dave fairy.

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Pastor Rob McCoy: The Bible Has Been Foundational to Our Language

Liberty Station

01:45 min | Last month

Pastor Rob McCoy: The Bible Has Been Foundational to Our Language

"Did you know that less than 3% of Americans read their Bible daily? It's just dropped precipitously. Since the founding of our nation, all of our founders were very biblically proficient. They actually understood Greek and Hebrew. They studied Latin as well. A kids raised in America were first taught with a New England primer up until the 1930s, which was all scripture. Second graders would memorize the entirety of the book of John, yeah. We're like, well, I don't think I've even memorized John three 16. The word had an enormous God's word had an enormous influence in our culture. There's idioms that saturate our language, the English language, the Oxford English dictionary, credits the wycliffe Bible, the 14th century middle English translation of the Bible with more early citations of English words than the works of Dickens, Jane Austen, Thomas hardy, Samuel pepys, John Milton combined, the Bible, even outright outranks William Shakespeare with evidence of a grand total of 1547 new words compared to Shakespeare's 1524 words. It doesn't stop there. The numerous English translations in additions of the Bible produced over the centuries have likewise given us countless proverbs and sayings, an expressions, many of which have been dropped into everyday use, a lot of us use them day in and day out. Like OE of little faith and the biblical origins of many of these are interesting to say the least,

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Sam Bankman-Fried Arrested in the Bahamas, Close to Congress Hearing

The Dan Bongino Show

01:13 min | Last month

Sam Bankman-Fried Arrested in the Bahamas, Close to Congress Hearing

"So the FTX Samuel bankman freed hearing was going on yesterday He wasn't there of course but it was about allegations that he defrauded this company The crypto guy you know what I'm talking about So the new CEO of the company the new CEO of the company a guy by the name of John ray the third He goes up there yesterday and the scandals enormous again and the media's kind of downplaying a lot of it because Samuel bankman freed was a very large donor to Democrat party Now if he was a large donor to the Republican Party the story would be all over the front page of The New York Times and Washington Post and elsewhere but because he was a large donor the Democrat party all of a sudden the story gets sidelined and buried on page 672 But something really strange has been going on In this case over and over and over again One of the strange things that's happened in this case is Samuel bankman fried was going to testify yesterday in front of Congress and was probably about to spill the beans on a lot of this stuff he was up to And then all of a sudden boom he gets pitched in The Bahamas Thrown in the lockup in the clink So all of a sudden he can't talk

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Bill protecting same-sex, interracial unions clears Congress

AP News Radio

00:59 min | Last month

Bill protecting same-sex, interracial unions clears Congress

"The house has approved a bill protecting same sex marriages. And historic step forward and Democrats fight to defend the dignity and equality of every American. States will now have to recognize same sex marriages and interracial unions in one of her final leadership acts before stepping aside House speaker Nancy Pelosi presided over the two 58 to one 69 vote. Gay lawmakers like Wisconsin's Mark pocan said he and his husband should have the same rights as any other married couple. Regardless of if your spouse is named Samuel or Samantha, 40 Republicans voted for the bill, but most were against it, like Virginia's bob good. God's perfect design is indeed marriage between one man and one woman for life. The votes are relief for couples worried the Supreme Court might overturn its 2015 decision that legalize those marriages. Sagar Meghani, Washington.

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FBI: Polygamous leader had 20 wives, many of them minors

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

FBI: Polygamous leader had 20 wives, many of them minors

"The leader of a polygamist group near the Arizona Utah border had taken at least 20 wives, most of them miners, according to newly filed federal court documents. The details of Samuel Bateman's life were revealed in an FBI affidavit that also said he punished followers who did not treat him as a prophet. It was filed in a case that charges three of his female followers with kidnapping children from state custody. Bateman is facing state and federal charges of child abuse and tampering with evidence. He's a former member of the fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints until he left to start his own small offshoot, male followers supported him financially and also gave up their own wives and children to be Bateman's wives, according to an FBI affidavit. I'm Julie Walker.

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The Supreme Court Justices Have Turned Into Internet Trolls

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:09 min | Last month

The Supreme Court Justices Have Turned Into Internet Trolls

"Your comments on Samuel shecky Alito. To Internet trolls now, Supreme Court justices. It's like it's like they all decided to be Internet commenters because they can get away with it. I'm going down, in fact, I'm going down tonight to Washington to watch them take democracy apart tomorrow. North Carolina case about the independent state legislature, you know, independent state legislatures theory, which is approximately the same, you might as well call it the brain from planets onto our theory for all relevance of that to anything. Yeah. It's actually going to get a hearing. I can hardly wait until I can hardly wait to hear what she comes up with for that. He's working on a bunch of new material before he goes on his federalist society chuckle on tour. Yes. So explain to people that don't understand what, so he joked about black Santa, children and clan robes and dating websites as the Supreme Court heard arguments yesterday in a case weighing a web designer's bid to avoid working on same sex weddings because she's a conservative evangelical Christian. So try to explain this to people and what Alito's point was he was trying to he was trying to he asked whether a black sand at the mall is obligated to take a picture with a child dressed in a clan outfit. So then they tried to get him to explain what a Klan outfit is. Yeah. Right. My question would have been. You mean like the one that's like in the back of your closet? Hi. Which is why I will never be on the Supreme Court. Right. But is it me? They sound like callers to right wing radio shows to me. The Supreme Court Justices. What about if? You know, it's like the whataboutism arguments, right? Well, they're not even good ones. Right. You know, they're not even good one about arguments. They're like, you know, the people who do their own research on the Internet and, you know, aha. I found it, you know, I found the landmine that will destroy the libs forever. And it's some bizarre comparison from some political figure they had. They hadn't heard of 15 minutes before they called the radio show.

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John Zmirak and Eric Discuss Samuel Alito's Dismantling of Roe V Wade

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

John Zmirak and Eric Discuss Samuel Alito's Dismantling of Roe V Wade

"Samuel Alito, in his decision overturning roe V wade and Planned Parenthood V Casey, he doesn't talk about the morality of abortion. He doesn't talk about the unborn baby being human. He doesn't talk about Christianity. What he does is exactly what the lawyers did in the movie denial. Systematically dismantles the false intentionally deceptive, shallow, dishonest arguments offered in roe V wade and Planned Parenthood V Casey to pretend that the U.S. Constitution as adopted in 1787 and amended after the Civil War to pretend that the constitution secretly entailed the right to abortion. And he systematically obliterates all the arguments offered by the left in favor of abortion being protected by the U.S. Constitution. He doesn't show that they're false. He shows that they're garbage. They're garbage. They're worse actually than David Irving's falsification. But just to be clear, so the parallels clear to those listening in case people are missing it. In other words, rather than play to the crowd, knowing that abortion is a monstrous evil, just like we know what happened in the Holocaust is a monster evil. Rather than doing that, what Alito does just as Deborah lipstadt's lawyers do. They effectively say, no, we're going to pitch our argument at the legal experts. Right. We're going to show legally bloodlessly how this fails completely on a legal basis on a basis of fact, we're going to take a motion out of it, not that emotions ought to be taken out of it. But these are the tax taken by the lawyers in that case. And then by Sam Alito, so that's a brilliant parallel. That's

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"samuel l." Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

01:49 min | 3 months ago

"samuel l." Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

"Support, Henry driver. Hey, it's mini driver. What if you had insights into your genetics that could help you live healthier? How would you use that knowledge to change your life? You can hear me talk with 23andMe CEO Anne wojcicki about how insights from our DNA can affect our health journeys and the new season of the podcast spit from iHeartRadio and 23andMe. This season host baratunde Thurston explores how DNA isn't just about ancestry. It's a key to understanding your health and the new season you'll hear me and 22 other podcasters and influencers discuss what genetics taught us about ourselves and how that knowledge can impact the way we live our lives. Listen to my episode out now on the iHeartRadio app or wherever you get your podcasts. Do you want to win two tickets to the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar? Frito lay is giving you the chance to make history by joining their past the ball challenge. Add your picture to the golden world soccer ball, then pass the ball to fellow fans to score additional entries. Scan the QR code on specially marked bags of lay's, Cheetos, or Doritos, or visit Frito lay score dot com and pass the ball now. No pressure doesn't necessarily go as much as the 50 USD C 18 plus grain price entry deadline 1110 22 entries received after 1110 22 are only eligible for secondary prices. Cereals and Frito lay score dot com. When the world gets in the way of your music, try the new Bose quiet comfort earbuds too. Next gen earbuds uniquely tuned to the shape of your ears. They use exclusive Bose technology that personalizes the audio performance to fit you. Delivering the world's best noise cancellation and powerfully immersive sound, so you can hear and feel every detail of the music you love. Bose quiet comfort earbuds two. Sound shape to you. To learn more, visit Bose dot com.

"samuel l." Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

01:59 min | 3 months ago

"samuel l." Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

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"samuel l." Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

04:51 min | 3 months ago

"samuel l." Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

"Share your team on live at the FIFA World cup 2022 final in Qatar. Frito lay is giving you the chance to win two tickets by joining their past the ball challenge. Look for the golden world soccer ball, then find friends and score daily entries every time you pass the ball. Scan the QR code on specially marked bags of lay's, Cheetos, or Doritos, or visit Frito lay score dot com. 50 USD C 18 plus brain price entry deadline 1110 22 entries received after 1122 are only eligible for secondary prices. At Frito lay score dot com. When the world gets in the way of your music, try the new Bose quiet comfort earbuds too. Next gen earbuds uniquely tuned to the shape of your ears. They use exclusive Bose technology that personalizes the audio performance to fit you. Delivering the world's best noise cancellation and powerfully immersive sound, so you can hear and feel every detail of the music you love. Bose quiet comfort earbuds two. Sound shape to you. To learn more, visit Bose dot com. The thrill of forging your own path is powerful. Nissan is bringing that thrill to our community and collaboration with the black effect podcast network to create the thrill of possibility, a community impact program and summit, curated to support HBCU students and science, technology, engineering, arc and mathematics, or steam, and introduce them to exclusive opportunities. Nissan is committed to creating opportunity for the whole community and ensuring that black excellence is a part of the new future of automotive. For more information about this program and how to apply, visit black effect dot com slash Nissan. That's disgusting food on our childhood. Did you? Inedible. My mom did some cool chicken mess. Oh God. Which is yesterday's leftover chicken with a tin of asparagus soup. Oh God, oh God. A tin of mushroom soup. And macaroni and she'd slurp it around. I loved it at the time. And then I went back like those in my 20s and I thought, oh my God. So disgusting. That really does sound disgusting though. I have to say, however, I can think of some pretty rank things that my mother used to make, boiled beef and carrots. Boiling beef. She's trying to find a way of doing it so it would be tender and it turns out there is nowhere. Hello, I'm Minnie Driver. Welcome to the mini questions season two. I've always loved priests, questionnaire. It was originally a 19th century parlor game where players would ask each other 35 questions aimed at revealing the other players true nature. It's just the scientific method really. In asking different people the same set of questions, you can make observations about which truths appear to be universal. I love this discipline. And it made me wonder, what if these questions were just the jumping off point? What greater depths would be revealed if I asked these questions as conversation starters with thought leaders and trailblazers across all these different disciplines. So I adapted Proust questionnaire and I wrote my own 7 questions that I personally think are pertinent to a person's story. They are. When and where were you happiest? What is the quality you like least about yourself? What relationship real or fictionalised defines love for you? What question would you most like answered? What person place or experience has shaped you the most? What would be your last meal? And can you tell me something in your life that's grown out of a personal disaster? And I've gathered a group of really remarkable people, ones that I am honored and humbled to have had the chance to engage with. You may not hear their answers to all 7 of these questions. We've whittled it down to which questions felt closest to their experience or the most surprising or created the most fertile ground to connect. My guest today is bestselling author and psychotherapist Julia Samuel. Doing my own podcast feels like therapy and awful lot of the time. So it felt only right to have an actual psychotherapist on the show. I was first introduced to Julia's work when my mom died and somebody gave me her extraordinary book, which is called grief works. And even though I couldn't read it right away because reading about other people's experiences of grief and loss, just compounded my own, but it's interesting in the process of grief, you reach a point where you need to feel that solidarity or I did and you need to feel like you're not alone. And that book helped me so much and every time I have a conversation with Julia, I feel like I unravel some deep gordian knot that I've been holding on to and this conversation that we had

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Mike Lindell Donates MyPillow Products to Hurricane Ian Victims

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | 3 months ago

Mike Lindell Donates MyPillow Products to Hurricane Ian Victims

"One and only Mike lindell, my pillow, inventor, CEO, and Mike, you're in Fort Myers, Florida? Yes, we are. The truck got here this morning. We were with samaritans first. We had, they always prayed before they get out and do everything where you got involved with that this morning where unloading our unloading our semi now into smaller trucks and then we're going to go, I'm going to go right with them all to all the neighborhoods today. Wow. And how many, I mean, it's more than a couple dozen pillows you're handing out, Mike. How many of you? I think we got about, I think we got about 9000 in this first truck of the bed pillows, and then we have, we have the blankets. We have our blankets were given out, and then we're giving out the children's Bible pillows, Mike. There's a whole bunch of scenes like this is Daniel on the Lions down, and then you have the story on the back. Every one of them here comes with the Bible verse that we're this one here says the lord gives his own reward for doing good and being loyal. One Samuel 26, 23. So I just wanted to get down here. You know, all my employees worked all weekend. Getting these pillows made and we got here in this, you know, I don't want these victims to be forgotten and that's what things I hear when I got down here with Samaritan first that they're getting a lot of them are just surprised how fast the things that we lose things in the news. You know, the news cycle just forgotten the next day or a few days later. And these victims, these victims need help. They need a lot of help down

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49ers use defense, Deebo Samuel to beat Rams 24-9

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

49ers use defense, Deebo Samuel to beat Rams 24-9

"The forty-niners avenged their loss to the rams and last season's NFC championship game as San Francisco wins the rematch 24 to 9 Jimmy Garoppolo was 16 of 27 for 239 yards including a 57 yard touchdown pass to debo Samuel It's always nice to beat these guys division game and just I don't know every time we play the rams it's a dogfight It always is and always usually comes down to the last couple minutes Jeff Wilson junior rushed for 74 yards and had a 32 yard scoring run For the rams Matthew Stafford passed for 254 yards but threw a pick 6 late in the fourth quarter Ryan leong Santa Clara

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Producer Albin Tells Us About His Travels to the UK

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | 5 months ago

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 | 6 months ago

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 | 7 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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"samuel l." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 10 months ago

"samuel l." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Go And just go to work You know I'm not gonna statue chase to someone my agents would send me a script and there we go This is the one right Yeah I don't wanna do that You know Or this one's gonna be and said no it's not gonna be but I'm gonna have fun doing it and I need to stop talking about the stop talking about Oscars and all this other stuff You know find out where they're gonna move to come on my chat That's definitely a good question You know according to the black community or the people that watch movies I had an Oscar long time ago We would have thought it Are there things that you haven't done yet Being that you just got the lifetime achievement award Are there things you haven't done yet that you would like to do And are you comfortable if people call you a legend Some people don't like me call legends Are you comfortable with that status that you're at 'cause you had legend status Everybody can be a king Everybody can be a legend Everybody can't be a diva You know legend means I've done some stuff that's beyond believable I've done a whole bunch of believable stuff Things that are achievable And hopefully you know kids can look at that and understand that you know hard work and dedication will get you to a lot of different places You don't have to accidentally fall into it and have a magic wand You know 'cause that's not imagining There's no magic you know Look is the perfect meeting of preparation and opportunity So be prepared when the opportunity shows up you know 'cause I turned you on knock every day Well thank you Samuel L. Jackson who's now starring in the last days of Ptolemy gray on Apple TV plus It was a pleasure speaking with you and I can not wait to tell my mother and all of my family about this interview Tell your mom and them I said hey.

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"samuel l." Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:43 min | 11 months ago

"samuel l." Discussed on WCPT 820

"Oh God I just love this story 'cause I love me some Samuel L. Jackson Samuel L. Jackson has joined those taking issue with Joe Rogan's apology for his past use of the N word on his podcast He said he's saying that everybody understood the context when he said it but he shouldn't have said it It's not the context dude it's that he was comfortable doing it I just in any defended Quentin Tarantino who has also the slur has been used in his movies but he said it's the difference between using the word to advance a story and using it as a punchline He said when he said the story is context he said but just to elicit a laugh that's wrong While we were rehearsing Django Unchained Leonardo DiCaprio said I don't know if I can say N word this many times me and Quentin said you have to He's just telling a story and the characters do talk like that If you're doing a film about a racist I understand what he's saying That's a different context than Joe Rogan saying it as a punchline They're being characters I don't know what confusion between reality and fiction is happening to these people But there is fiction And then there's reality And when you were saying what you're saying is that I Joe Rogan have the right to say this That is what you were saying The idea that a slave owner in a story about a slave would have called people African Americans is insane Right What I want to know is why has no one done the meme yet of Samuel L. Jackson scene in Pulp Fiction saying Joe look at Joe with the big brain Do you mind if I hadn't tasty drink Joe Somebody it's what I get on that Get on with it with this Anita in Texas you're on with fragile Hello Anita Good morning Happy birthday Angela Hi go ahead She said she said thank you Oh she said yes No you know this thing everyone's calling calling out these war crimes I don't think Putin cares about committing war crimes No And I think obviously as much as Hitler did And I think it might be dangerous because what we're saying is and I agree I think it was Angela that said you know we can't worry about how Putin reacts But the thing is we're not giving what we're saying is you know you can't even leave Ukraine now because you're going to prison And threatening him with war crimes is like you know or being tried for war crimes just like telling somebody who got the death penalty don't do that and we're going to give you 20 more years Yeah I mean it's not a silly Do you know how long it takes that to happen Yeah but he hears it and he thinks you know what First of all he doesn't care He doesn't care that he's committing war crimes He's going to continue to commit this war crime I don't understand why we're constantly calling him out Well I just because some of us are legal nerds we just like to jump ahead Well I think you're right If we'd said to Hitler you know we're going to have trials and they're going to be a Nuremberg and you're going to be right He wouldn't have wouldn't care either at all To say to NATO you do have the right to intervene And I don't know like I said I'm a comedian and I don't I do understand the danger of escalation and how what we do have to deal with this situation but we can't start It's like we always say you know we can't start the fight but we will finish it Yeah we didn't start the fire exactly I'm just saying the world was learning what happens with comedians right Right Thank you Stephanie Yeah That's right You come for zelensky you come for all of us We should all show up with groucho glasses and arrows through our heads He was also whoopee cushions We're here You.

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"samuel l." Discussed on Serve to Lead | James Strock

Serve to Lead | James Strock

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"samuel l." 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 l." Discussed on Serve to Lead | James Strock

Serve to Lead | James Strock

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"samuel l." Discussed on Serve to Lead | James Strock

"Do you think about that. Well you know just yesterday. I was preparing to give a lecture to my students at gw on monta skew. The french legal and political theorist who was among the most important intellectual influences on the framers of the constitution and montesquieu has a a remark. That monarchy's do well in in peacetime. Because they have a sense of of glory and grandeur that does not require a confrontation with enemies but republics he says aren't like that republics because of the greater freedom they tend to permit to individual citizens always tend toward corruption republicans citizens of course i mean smaller republicans citizens not supporters of the republican party republican republican citizens Ten to pursue their own interests and to indulge themselves rather than upholding the law and pursuing the common good and montesquieu's says the solution to this is war or military rivalry for republics. It's important to have an enemy to keep them straight. And he uses the the long rivalry of athens with sparta and rome with carthage. As examples of this phenomenon. I think something similar is true of the american republic in periods of war and military competition the imperative to cooperate in order to survive often imposes a a sort of salutary discipline and helps people to see what they have in common in addition to all the things that whole them pull them apart and in peacetime american culture and politics teng's to become more individualistic and diffuse. And i think that one of the things that's happening to us right now is that we take as normal. The period that begins in about nineteen forty one and extends through about the late nineteen sixties when the united states really wasn't a period of constant military mobilization. I against nazism and then against communist and that created an unusual degree of solidarity and cohesion. And since that time and maybe especially since one thousand nine hundred nine and the collapse of the soviet union. We've lacked that external discipline. And i think that helps explain. We seem to find it so difficult to get along now when our parents and grandparents and even even some of us today can remember period when it seemed to be a little bit easier of course many of these contemporary issues. That you summarize so well have echoes a century ago in the early nineteen hundreds and.

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"samuel l." Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"samuel l." Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"But especially in between world war one and two to get statesman at least agree to some kind of limit on warren. Of course we have that formally through you know depends on what book you read the decalogue beyond packed or the un charter or the post colonial era with the declaration on friendly relations. What i wanna show. I is that americans were buried deeply involved. In that project there were lots of tolstoy ends in particular but far more who prioritize piece when the idea of humane war was not something especially appealing to americans. Now part of the reason is that americans hadn't pivoted to world hegemony and so a big part of the book is about what's at stake when a country that has has had some distinction in the kind of transatlantic quest for peace ends up embracing or not for peace. But for the sake of freedom. I against you know the access and then even more in the cold war against the soviet union. And i guess. It's at that point as i see at that american spurned piece. That you could say was at least part of their birthright for all of their killing indians and imperialism in the philippines. And you know hijinks of the border in the nineteenth century and early twentieth and so what interests me as kind of how bat that switch then gets affected in the middle of the cold war because with the rise of air war with what happens over japan in world war two with what happens in korea. A few years later what happens in vietnam. I really don't see americans front loading humanity and warfare just the reverse and that's because the law they're helping craft is so permissive so inapplicable especially when they face non white enemies and so something happens after that and so. I really wanna use the first half of the book to set up a before just to illustrate how different war was had different. The law was before something really interesting happens. So that something interesting happened in the nineteen seventies and you have some surprising things to say. We'll tell us what happened in the seventies is that fair. This happened in the seventies. That's that's right. It seems to me that we can date kind of a real culture of humanizing war for americans may be more generally to the nineteen seventies. Really doesn't it doesn't seem there and the american equation before that date and so it's a challenge to explain how you get this mutation so there are a lot of factors autism mentioned a few. I think first and foremost is kind of external. There are a lot of news states and their states. That have been brutalized by the brutal war of america and europeans before them in centuries a global empire. now it's not like making war humane is their main goal. But they're aware these new post colonial states that the hierarchy of wealth and power is still there and the likelihood of intervention looms even post colonial world. And they were right and so they tried it kind of make the laws of war more humane than they had been notably in these additional protocols to the geneva conventions europeans meanwhile have given up empire and are under you know the american security blanket and they began in so many ways posing as let's say the more or less of our world and so they're on board with humane war not fighting war at all anymore with a few exceptions and so they join so the really interesting thing is. Why do americans permit it since you know. They're concerned in in large part that the in the communists at the time the soviet union and it satellites are making hay of all the kind of global violence that america has been perpetrating. That hasn't posed a big challenge for america in the past but in the nineteen seventies. They act and i. I saw a few different actors in in the mix. One is the the state and try to show that americans In spite of some kind of early neo-con opposition. They go to geneva. They care about updating the laws of war and i present evidence that kind of the lawyers who work for the united states. Since i think it's crucial that america be part of the humanization of war having solid global reputation in vietnam and indeed. The military within the american state is too surprising extent not totally but to a surprising extent and more and more over time on board with the idea that the reputational hit that the military has taken because of knee lie especially means that it has to to to join in an emerging consensus. That war has to be fought humanely under the law now. Of course americans both in the state and the military are gonna Reserve the right to interpret the rules their own way. But it's a really significant that all these global factors are leading to a more humane form of of international law. Indeed it gets branded international humanitarian law and the american state and its military onboard. Finally i'd mentioned humanitarian. 's you know the the biggest movements around war involving americans back to the nineteenth century had been war movements in the cold. War gave those a bit of a bad name but they surged again amongst activist in the vietnam era but then they cratered for reasons. We can get into if you want. George mcgovern lost in a in really. What was a devastating event for the cause of peace. I think even down to this day and as the antiwar energy waned you get new groups that decide that they will pursue this. Let's say lesser 'cause of making war more humane pressuring the state and the military to be more humane than they have and agreeing to. Let's say bicker over what's going to count as enough humanity. So for example human rights watch star to monitoring state compliance globally but in also the united states with international humanitarian law in the eighties. And this is part of that. Had a big mutation with fewer and fewer antiwar activists more and more humanitarian activists. So you think this is a crucial point. This is the point at which war starts to become seriously humanized. There become serious houston below type restraints on war and your thesis is that this move is what made war easier to sustain easier to conduct over time that this move also suppressed the moral cost of conducting war. And we'll get to that in if i'm wrong but question for now. Is that anyone in the seventies that was advocating for this move. Was this just a a self defeating implication of an effort to achieve good ends or did some of these actors think this is going to be good for war and extending for example. What was the dod position on. Did people in dod think this is going to make it easier for us to stay in our credibility and legitimacy inviting wars or all of this just as self-defeating tournament accidental consequence of this. Move so i. I think actually it's the us military that is clearest and i cite evidence to the effect that some of them say that to make war sustainable and.

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"samuel l." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

09:35 min | 1 year ago

"samuel l." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"And that may apply apart in decisive nation of lincoln because com. They were oh you gotta go back really to may. Eighteen sixty two there was a russian was commanding righetti. The union troops and his name was ivan so find Church off and curtin off is going under the alias of john Purchase he allowed us troops to sack athens alabama which cleanup was partially pro-union and they destroyed the business district. I committed a number of rights. They ripe the pregnant woman and it caused heard miscarried. Both the mother and the fetus died right. Some slaves the rake the fourteen year old girl locker and the commander of the army dow. His commander was gone on carlos. You'll lose a gentleman He had him arrested and court martialled and convicted and eating sky sheared which today would be called a dishonorable discharge. That's all well for killing jewish. Just a minute what happened. Next was abraham lincoln overturned the court martial conviction pardon arjun and promoted into brigadier general and this sent a message to the indian army that the troops do pretty much anything i wanted to in the south and that was one of the causes of the retribution There was another array that you'll patrick album rate. Which was part of this happened in march eighteen sixty four Dow your dow was son of admiral. Dahlgren minute dog and heavy artillery piece. He was killed in on it on his body. They found a list of the people that they were going to hang without. Trials jefferson davis was at the top of it. All the confederate cabinet was And a senator and congressman. Who was too slow. Would be killed without trial. And davis was a believer in law and order and I believe that's when they put abraham lincoln as a target because prior to that the secretary of war james sidon had said that abraham lincoln is not a target We will not target ling personally and then reversed himself one hundred million degrees after that. I have to ask you. Because i'm confused. You're saying that lincoln new about these atrocities. These are really war crimes And that he approved of it. That doesn't seem to be in line. With what i have thought of as the character of lincoln. I'm surprised to hear this. Well today. thank you would have an easier time. Denying the divinity of christ than Criticizing abraham lincoln. He became a great barter and but he wasn't so popular in his own time. Edwin stanton his secretary of war habitually referred to him as long morella baboon draft as did many other union of political. Well let's Let's pause here. I mean i know that he was not well liked. But that really doesn't say much because Many great men and women are not well liked We're going to follow up on this folks. Don't go away exciting conversation. We'll be right back books. I am talking to dr samuel mitchum. The book is the retribution conspiracy. The rise of the confederate secret service I have to ask you more lincoln. I m fascinated one thing for somebody to be hated but some people are hated for good reasons. Some people hated for bad reasons. Lincoln may not have been perfect. But i have to say i am genuinely surprised to hear that he would sign off on what we would think of as war crimes. That the idea that he eh. This person was a court martial. Cashiered as you put it in then. that lincoln reversed that So lincoln intended to send a message to the union troops that they could rape and kill. Is that what you're saying and by the way is that well please go ahead. I think he did Whether or not he showed the message whether he meant to or not But the north was pretty well suppressed by the radical republicans under lincoln. An estimated thirty. Two thousand people were arrested and were not granted the right pay the corpus. He suppressed over three hundred northern newspapers. That opposed republican so Matter fact francis key howard run an interesting book. He was grandson of francis. Scott key who wrote the star spangled banner. He was one that was arrested and he was held in prison fourteen months. Ironically enough himself prisoner at fort mchenry baltimore harbor where his ancestor wrote the star spangled banner Lincoln even issued an order to arrest chief justice of the united states chief justice painting who was eighty four years old at that time and he couldn't find a federal marshal. Who would enforce the arrest store. Why did lincoln want the chief justice arrested because the jail some marylanders one in particular Who appeal to the chief justice to be granted his rights babies corpus due process and attained ruled in his favor. Lincoln ignored the ruling and ordered tiny. Rushden couldn't get anybody to enforce the arrest warrant. He could have gotten the army to do it but he didn't want the army arresting achieve justice. And i think he realized that he acted rashly because that would have been a major public relations disaster for his strife so they're just ignored it. It's extraordinary to hear these things I you know. I'm interested in the truth nonetheless. It's very dismaying to hear these things about lincoln. I think there's things we can overlook certain things that they're tougher to overlook the idea that Atrocities were committed by the union army. And that they were not dealt with as such things need to be dealt with It is horrifying. And i can understand how it would lead to the many confederacy to say. We've gotta we've gotta kill that guy So wh so in the book you link up As you say the confederacy with john wilkes booth acting on behalf of others is. Is that the main issue that he was not acting alone. All obviously he wasn't inducted alone. Non conspirators were put on trial Ada convicted the other one. John rat probably would've been convicted but by the time they caught him the statute of limitations that run out but Yeah four of them. Were executed three were given life frozen and one is given six years in prison. Earn basically his crime was holding. John wilkes booth horse outside food sitter after Like it was after booth went to kill lincoln. Well that's almost driving the getaway car so but that's you gotta ask yourself. This guy know that booth was going to assassinate like and the prosecution could not prove it but it didn't matter it was not and this is of course totally unconstitutional. But these people were tried by military court martial picked by when stanton and you probably heard military tribunals organized to convict And these people were civilians. But they were put in a military tribunal so then then then how does this. How does the pieces of your book differ from the general idea that there was a conspiracy that it originated in In the confederate secret service is that the.

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"samuel l." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"samuel l." 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 l." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"samuel l." 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 l." Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"samuel l." Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch indicated they would have agreed to hear the case. Four justices are needed for the court to take up a challenge in Washington. Jared Halpern Fox news some improvement of the latest reading of the job market, but it's still not all up. Be. There were more jobs created than expected last month. 850,000. However, the Labor Department's June employment report is mixed. The unemployment rate rose to 5.9%. There was no large bump in the number of people working. The labor force participation rate held steady at 61.6%. There were a lot of factors impacting the job market last month, companies raised wages in June offered incentives and saw business improve as more people return to the office and started traveling again. However, economist James Knightley at I N G estimates, as many as two million people have taken early retirement in the past. Last year. GeneCo's Selda Fox News, a guard at the women's prison in South Carolina, has been fired and could face up to 10 years in prison after authorities say she tried to smuggle prescription pills into the prison where she worked. By hiding them in Rice Krispies treats the Department of Corrections says Marcy Schaefer was caught when you try to take them into the Camille Graham Correctional Institution. Yesterday, she has been charged with possession of narcotics and other offenses. I'm least Scylla, Sarah and this is Fox News. Steve, Check out this guy's leg. Yeah. Looks like a real nasty moving back in with his parents. What? No, I broke my leg. No, there's a full blown move into the basement. You're going to be out of work. Without that money from Aflac. You might miss your rent just moved out. Omer man. Hey, I used to have my own place. Yeah, No, no, I live with my mom, but it's cool. Health can change. But the life he loved doesn't have to keep your lifestyle healthy with, like Thanks.

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"samuel l." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"samuel l." 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 l." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"samuel l." 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 l." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"samuel l." 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 l." Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

Sucias are my Favorite

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"samuel l." Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

"You are. Queen are this. We need to quit attacking females and you to quit doing this that and the other. I don't see. Kevin samuels as a tacking females. I see him as making statements are making realistic observations. Based off of what these emails one desire the whole high-value males higher earning males in so the funny thing is both or all of them. Essentially make their money off of females because the females are the larger group or at least with whom are johnson and kevin samuel females are the more consumers of their content. So so again. What's your take on the be for this situation with the to. Well i guess You're i. I heard speak spanish because they're just read something in spanish. Anyway i guess. I i really wonder about with. Dj envy and Kevin samuels like where all of this is coming from. And 'cause i i'm not. I've watched just a few episodes of the breakfast club in. I only watched it. Because i i read a charlemagne. The gods autobiography in. I thought it was fascinating. And that's even how. I first heard about him his from his book and so then i got curious about about more about what he does. And so that's how. I learned about the breakfast club. And so i've seen a few episodes on youtube in that's high Dj envy and found him to be very engaging and interesting. and i like his style. And when you're talking about and so hearing him kinda come after kevin. Samuels not super surprised. But this whole thing about who hurt you i. I don't know..

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"samuel l." Discussed on Life Together

Life Together

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"samuel l." 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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