35 Burst results for "Seventeenth"
Paul has triple-double, NBA-leading Suns top Clippers 106-89
"Chris Chris Paul Paul led led the the way way with with fourteen fourteen points points a a career career high high thirteen thirteen rebounds rebounds and and ten ten assists assists as as the the Suns Suns defeated defeated the the clippers clippers won won all all six six eighty eighty nine nine for for Paul Paul his his seventeenth seventeenth career career triple triple double double and and he he says says there there were were a a lot lot of of things things going going right right it's it's got got a a lot lot of of guys guys out out you you know know we we went went on on a a lot lot of of guys guys come come back back so so different different guys guys stepped stepped up up and and it's it's a a great great team team member member Cameron Cameron Johnson Johnson had had a a career career high high twenty twenty four four points points and and seven seven rebounds rebounds the the sun's sun's serve serve one one nine nine of of their their last last twelve twelve they're they're not not the the first first team team in in the the NBA NBA to to reach reach thirty thirty wins wins Marcus Marcus Morris Morris senior senior had had twenty twenty six six for for the the clippers clippers George George cantor cantor Phoenix Phoenix
Only State Legislators Amend Election Laws, No One Else
"This reminds me of what took place in the lead up to the 2020 election I'm not talking about ballots and voting machines I'm talking about the law changes that took place Illegitimately in violation of the federal constitution Are you paying attention Chris Christie AKA the cape mayorca Are you paying attention Paul Ryan AKA Paul Ryan Are you paying attention Liz chain asked she's a moron You get the point ladies and gentlemen It is we who are standing up for the federal constitution when it comes to the issue of who sets election laws in the states Is it a governor No Is it a lieutenant governor No Is it a Secretary of State No Is it a board of elections No Is it a state Supreme Court No Any state court No Hello is it a federal court No The framers would never have given this kind of power to any of those entities They relied on state legislatures state legislatures have to amend the constitution State legislatures at least had a voice in the United States Senate at the time before the Seventeenth Amendment not governors not courts state legislatures
Clarkson, Gobert lead Jazz by Spurs 110-104 without Mitchell
"The the Utah Utah Jazz Jazz avenged avenged a a home home loss loss to to San San Antonio Antonio December December seventeenth seventeenth holding holding off off a a late late supper supper surgeon surgeon one one ten ten one one oh oh four four victory victory Monday Monday night night Jordan Jordan Clarkson Clarkson returned returned to to his his hometown hometown elect elect six six players players in in double double figures figures with with twenty twenty three three points points late late in in the the game game Clarkson Clarkson had had a a verbal verbal confrontation confrontation with with a a fan fan before before being being restrained restrained by by teammates teammates he he said said there's there's no no room room in in the the league league for for something something like like that that you you know know stuff stuff like like that that just just can can flaw flaw S. S. U. U. N. N. B. B. A. A. for for where where you you know know Gaza Gaza doing doing their their job job it's it's like like somebody somebody coming coming up up to to somebody somebody and and like like McDonald's McDonald's in in in in these these keep keep nega nega somebody somebody does does it it as as working working a a frost frost boy boy jumble jumble done done of of each each added added nineteen nineteen and and ready ready go go bear bear finished finished with with sixteen sixteen points points and and thirteen thirteen rebounds rebounds for for the the jazz jazz the the spurs spurs playing playing without without leading leading scorer scorer Deontae Deontae Murray Murray for for the the second second straight straight game game due due to to health health and and safety safety protocols protocols were were led led by by Derek Derek points points twenty twenty one one points points what what floor floor is is San San Antonio Antonio
Durant scores 51 in Nets' 116-104 win over slumping Pistons
"Kevin Kevin Durant Durant produced produced the the best best scoring scoring performance performance in in the the NBA NBA this this season season leading leading the the next next to to a a one one sixteen sixteen one one oh oh four four win win over over the the pistons pistons Durant Durant scored scored fifty fifty one one points points on on sixteen sixteen of of thirty thirty one one shooting shooting grabbed grabbed seven seven rebounds rebounds and and had had nine nine assists assists it it was was the the best best scoring scoring performance performance ever ever at at little little Caesars Caesars arena arena Patty Patty mills mills added added eighteen eighteen points points for for the the nets nets who who outscored outscored Detroit Detroit thirty thirty to to thirteen thirteen in in the the final final period period the the pistons pistons drop drop their their twelve twelve in in a a row row despite despite Kate Kate Cunningham Cunningham twenty twenty six six points points Frank Frank Jackson Jackson at at twenty twenty five five for for Detroit Detroit which which hasn't hasn't won won since since November November seventeenth seventeenth I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Matthews, Rielly lead Maple Leafs past Blue Jackets 5-4
"Auston Auston Matthews Matthews had had a a pair pair of of goals goals in in trouble trouble survived survived a a three three goal goal Columbus Columbus third third period period for for all all five five four four win win at at Scotiabank Scotiabank arena arena Matthews Matthews notched notched his his sixteenth sixteenth and and seventeenth seventeenth goals goals of of the the season season as as the the leaps leaps went went two two for for three three on on the the power power play play just just feed feed off off each each other other read read off off each each other other and and just just try try to to make make plays plays and and and and be be responsive responsive on on our our own own and and and and get get a a chance chance on on the the other other end end Matthews Matthews now now has has a a seven seven game game goal goal scoring scoring streak streak well well good good well well we we had had a a big big offensive offensive night night as as well well the the game's game's first first star star with with four four six six Overbrook Overbrook strand strand had had a a pair pair of of goals goals for for the the blue blue jackets jackets in in the the loss loss don't don't worry worry Toronto Toronto
Suns win 17th straight by beating Warriors 104-96
"The the sun's sun's picked picked up up the the seventeenth seventeenth consecutive consecutive win win with with a a one one oh oh four four ninety ninety six six victory victory over over the the warriors warriors D. D. Andre Andre eight eight and and led led the the way way with with twenty twenty four four points points and and eleven eleven rebounds rebounds Chris Chris Paul Paul fifteen fifteen points points and and eleven eleven assists assists the the sun's sun's record record is is now now eighteen eighteen and and three three they they played played without without Devin Devin Booker Booker who who left left the the game game in in the the second second quarter quarter with with a a hamstring hamstring injury injury Jordan Jordan Poole Poole led led the the warriors warriors with with twenty twenty eight eight points points they they had had twenty twenty two two turnovers turnovers George George chatter chatter Phoenix Phoenix
Lee Elder, 1st Black golfer to play Masters, dies at age 87
"The the PGA PGA tour tour says says golf golf pioneer pioneer Lee Lee elder elder has has died died at at the the age age of of eighty eighty seven seven golfer golfer Lee Lee elder elder broke broke down down racial racial barriers barriers as as the the first first black black golfer golfer to to play play in in the the masters masters paving paving the the way way for for Tiger Tiger Woods Woods and and others others to to follow follow a a native native Texan Texan who who developed developed his his game game while while being being a a caddy caddy during during segregated segregated times times elder elder made made history history in in nineteen nineteen seventy seventy five five at at Augusta Augusta national national that that had had been been in in all all white white tournament tournament until until he he received received an an invitation invitation after after winning winning the the Monsanto Monsanto opened opened the the previous previous year year elder elder who who was was forty forty at at the the time time missed missed the the cut cut his his best best masters masters finish finish was was a a tie tie for for seventeenth seventeenth in in nineteen nineteen seventy seventy nine nine he he also also won won four four PGA PGA tour tour events events I'm I'm Shelley Shelley Adler Adler
Bob Dylan artwork show opens in Miami, new cinema paintings
"Bob Dylan's artwork goes on display on Tuesday in Miami at the Patricia and Phillip frost art museum as art Basel Miami kicks off you know it's views it but do you know his artwork it's the most comprehensive exhibition of Bob Dylan's visual art to be held in the U. S. as frost art museum director Jordana Pomeroy touristic that he's eighty years old and ready to be recognized in this new way into this new land the exhibition includes more than a hundred and eighty acrylics watercolors drawings and ironwork sculptures the show runs through April seventeenth I'm Julie Walker
Florida massacre families to get millions for FBI's inaction
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting families of the Florida school massacre settled their lawsuit against the FBI sixteen of the seventeen families of those killed in the twenty eighteen massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in parkland Florida have settled their lawsuit against the federal government the family sued over the FBI's failure to investigate a tip received about a month before the massacre saying former Stoneman Douglas student Nikolas Cruz had bought guns and plan to slip into a school and start shooting the place up a person familiar with the deal said the government will pay the families one hundred twenty seven point five million dollars overall the seventeenth family chose not to sue Cruz who's now twenty three pleaded guilty last month to seventeen counts of first degree murder hi Mike Rossio
Australian Open chief to Djokovic: no vaccine proof, no play
"The head of the Australian Open has said any people who are fully vaccinated can attend the twenty twenty to twenty mins including all the pay is the new condition the football back in know that to commit to schools nine time champion Djokovic who has refused to say if he's not connected will be attempting to win a record twenty first grand slam singles titles the tournament is scheduled for January the seventeenth to the thirtieth yes trading name who will become the first grand slam tournaments requirement to treat cabinet nineteen vaccines for the play is Victoria with the tournaments will take place has been the hardest hit states in Australia it is the number one thousand two hundred pandemic death out of the country's total of one thousand nine hundred and twenty two deaths I'm Karen Thomas
No. 17 Buckeyes need late layup to beat Akron 67-66
"Akron was poised to knock off an Ohio rival before said key drained a layup in the final seconds giving seventeenth ranked Ohio state a sixty seven sixty six triumph over the zips E. jail Adele carried the Buckeyes with twenty five points and eleven rebounds he was the only other Buckeye to score in double figures finishing with fourteen Akron got back in the game after trailing by eight at halftime Ali Ali converted a four point play to put the zips up sixty six sixty five with six seconds left Ali had a team high seventeen points one more than K. J. Walton I'm Dave Ferrie
Prison chief: Mississippi preps for 1st execution since 2012
"Mississippi is prepping for its first execution since twenty twelve with once a week where her souls according to prison officials David Neil **** is scheduled to be put to death November seventeenth but the twenty ten murder of his wife in which he pled guilty the sentence had been appealed but **** withdrew it calling himself worthy of death corrections commissioner burl Cain would not confirm how **** will be put to death but does say the state obtained lethal injection drugs which have been hard to come by after drug makers started blocking their use for executions Kane says execution rehearsals are usually done once a month at the Mississippi state penitentiary at Parchman but they've been bumped up to once a week I'm Julie Walker
Posthumous Chuck Berry live album to be released in December
"Record to celebrating with the announcement of a new live album our margins are a letter with the latest we re doing rock classics or would he simply called Chuck Berry songs like Carol rock and roll music and Johnny B. Goode will be featured on the line from blueberry hill album on December seventeenth the performances were recorded between July two thousand five in January two thousand six a blueberry hill cafe in St Louis love that stage so much he played it two hundred nine times in seventeen years his backing band included his daughter Ingrid on harmonica and his son Charles berry junior on guitar
Now 41, man who killed 4-year-old at age 13 granted parole
"A forty one year old man who was thirteen when he killed his four year old neighbor with a rock in western New York has been granted parole Eric Smith had made ten appearances before the parole board and was always turned down this last time his eleventh was earlier in the month and the department of corrections says he was granted release getting out as early as November seventeenth Smith was convicted of murder for Loring Derrick Robie into the woods and striking the four year old head with a rock in nineteen ninety three Robie's parents always opposed his killer's release but would not comment to the media on the latest decision the case garnered national attention because of the ages of the boys there was also a widely seen photo of a red headed Smith in court wearing a Bugs Bunny sweatshirt Julie
No. 17 Mississippi holds on to beat No. 13 Arkansas 52-51
"Matt corral threw a sixty eight yard touchdown pass to Braylon Sanders with sixty seven seconds remaining before seventeenth ranked Mississippi hung on for a wild fifty two fifty one win over number thirteen Arkansas the Razorbacks scored a TD as time expired as Warren Thompson hauled in a nine yard pass from K. J. Jefferson they went for two points and an outright win but Jefferson was under pressure as he overthrew trail on Burke's corral threw for two touchdowns ran for two more Jefferson accounted for sixty days three through the air the teams combined for fourteen touchdowns and nearly thirteen hundred yards of offense I'm Dave Ferrie
Cardinals win 17th straight, clinch 2nd NL wild card spot
"The cardinals now the poor sixty two to win their seventeenth consecutive game and secure the National League second wild card spot Adam Wainwright approved his record to seventeen and seven after giving up two runs over six innings we're very focused right now and we're having fun exciting and we're still wearing my Champaign Sir having I'm freezing and I love every part of this week we got some games to win you know we we we planned on four more these Dylan Carlson Jose rundown and all that are not only solo home runs for the cars are not drives in a pair what Tyler o'neill in weight right at RBIs the Redbirds will meet the NL west division second place team in the wild card game on October sixth Mike Reeves St Louis
We Will Never Know What Was Said During the Constitutional Convention
"In today's time it's easy to feel disconnected to the brilliant so the clairvoyance or the wisdom of our founding fathers or the framers september seventeenth. Seventeen eighty seven was the last day of a heated constitutional convention that lasted almost the entire summer and went from may twenty fifth to september seventeenth. Hundred eighty seven. It was held in private and and secret. George washington presided over the chair as the chair of the constitutional convention. Now we have some notes from the constitutional convention but most of the back and forth debate and the commentary. We will never know exactly what was set alexander hamilton john. Jay james madison. They were going at it. You see the articles in confederation at articles of confederation which were written after the successful revolution or separation from the british. Were posing problems there. Shays rebellion inability to commerce between states to mint currency. It became more and more clear that some form of a federal government was necessary. The question is what kind of government do we want to form
September 17, 1787: The History Behind This Significant Day
"Today is a day that every single child in school should take pause and be leads through and told the great american story of how we got here. Today is a beautiful day. There's a lot wrong with our country right now and i wanna take a pause to remember what happened on this day in seventeen. Eighty seven september seventeenth. Seventeen eighty seven was one of the most significant days in human history. It was definitely one of the most significant days in political history. Almost never before had this idea of self government been tried. The romans tried it in some capacity and failed and eventually became an empire. The greek strident and city states. But never before. Did a people attempt to embark on a form of government. We're the people were the sovereign. The idea of self government independent judiciary the ideas of freedom and equality in the rule of law that are the ultimate principles to build that society. In today's time it's easy to feel disconnected to the brilliant so the clairvoyance or the wisdom of our founding fathers or the framers september seventeenth. Seventeen eighty seven was the last day of a heated constitutional convention that lasted almost the entire summer and went from may twenty fifth to september seventeenth. Hundred eighty seven. It was held in private and and secret. George washington presided over the chair as the chair of the constitutional convention. Now we have some notes from the constitutional convention but most of the back and forth debate and the commentary. We will never know exactly what was set alexander hamilton john. Jay james madison. They were going at it. You see the articles in confederation at articles of confederation which were written after the successful revolution or separation from the british. Were posing problems there. Shays rebellion inability to commerce between states to mint currency. It became more and more clear that some form of a federal government was necessary. The question is what kind of government do we want to form now. A sloppy way to talk about the american stories say we had two founders one in seventeen seventy six and one in seventeen eighty seven that is not true there is an a divine connection between the truths of the declaration of independence and the laws of the constitution of the united states
"seventeenth" Discussed on Jewish History Matters
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"seventeenth" Discussed on Jewish History Matters
"Eight. No more money is coming to jerusalem. The community that falls into poverty. People are dying of starvation. Which means that there's a great effort on fundraising from the land of israel and they have their own philanthropic networks which pretty much the same as the ransoming networks. So that they overlap almost entirely. His father is in fact a shaddai. Father is one of these missions travels around raising money to try and cover the the money. That's not coming to the jerusalem from eastern europe. So nathan of gaza was deeply only aware of but in fact dependent on and there are other aspects that go into the book which i can't go into because it takes me forever to explain it but he was well aware of the networking around refugees and around refugee ransom and around supply money to the land of israel and when he came to try to spread the word about ship tights fee he used exactly the same channels the process of bringing the jewish jewish world. Closer together the described earlier is one that he exploited without us. It's no causal effect. The refugee crises begins this process of strengthening the connections between communities and the movement which exploit those those connections makes it even stronger so in fact they're not one causing the other they're both two sides of the same coin causing the same long term development. And it's another one of the ways that the story. I was trying to tell i. Think has this verbal reverberations ago. So far beyond the actual details of the of the story itself. Yeah i mean there's so much that we could say about this moment that the spacium movements the refugees and so on. But i wanna perhaps brought in our thinking here beyond the specific moment which is to say that. I think that this story of seventeenth century refugee crisis in jewish life has something to teach us to tell us about how we think about refugees. More broadly speaking both within this time right. You talked about the ways in which we can look at other refugee groups. Religious refugees like the huguenot for instance and others so we can look at the relationship between the jewish refugee crisis as well as others at the same time and also when we look to other refugee crises in history including more modern ones even contemporaneous or contemporary issues when obviously refugees continue to be an even more pressing concern just because the number of refugees is greater now than it ever has been before. So what do we learn from looking at this historical case and all the things that surround it that can help us think through refugee issues.
"seventeenth" Discussed on Jewish History Matters
"Key an important and circulation but for example venison the ottoman empire our tax crew on in the mid seventeenth century and yet the jews are travelling backwards and forwards sending money back within. Ford's that doing deals backwards and forwards and they're crossing those borders seemingly without any concern. We see that. Also polish jews cross into the holy roman empire and some of them off permission but a lot of them. Just don't they just move and what you see. There is an expanded not just the jewish with acting expanded ashkenazi world. The ashkenazi will. Who's route three in germany. But who developed in poland suddenly begins to expand. And then you have this really interesting. Meeting between poland and germany across the borders as people go backwards and forwards people get jobs in one place and then another place and they're moving well that affects trade so money is moving backwards and forwards an visit creating as as as creating a new kind of european connected history. We sort of know it in terms of maritime history atlantic history. But what i'm seeing is something much broader than that across the continent and the jews because they all the groups that they are. Aren't they working under the radar so often they are showing us how that works. And i think that's another really interesting phenomenon. Is there a connection between the geographical movement of people as part of this refugee crisis and the spiritual upheaval. the scholars and many people look at the emergence of shops fee for instance After sixteen forty eight is being connected in some fashion with the tragedies which befell the jews at this time and the focus. There is often on how people respond to trauma on the one hand but the the other question is why is it such a widespread phenomenon. This belief in shop tights v. as the messiah. Is there a connection between this movement of people that you're talking about and the way in which this religious upheaval takes place on really global scale as opposed to being localized for instance in one place or another. I mean the most famous treatment that is solemn who initially thought that indeed sixteen forty eight played into the civilian movement but then changed his mind and he argued that what happened in sixteen forty eight was local to eastern europe and beta movement was global. And so the two. There's no causal connection. But i was the first person to point out that shot him was wrong in suggesting that what happened in sixteen forty eight was local. My research shows that really dramatically. Just have not locally. It was covering as i say. Eastern europe central europe western europe the ottoman empire in north africa up to an including miracle shot himself with well aware of what was happening in fact he married a refugee. A refugee women from poland. Who'd gone fled from poland amsterdam from amsterdam to italy and she was living in livorno probably on the margins of society and the types we heard about the married. He was married to a refugee from poland and he worked the story of polish jews into his theology. However i discovered which i think is sort of key to understanding not just basically the but the sabet theun movement is. That nathan of gaza was touched by the story as well. He grew up in the jewish community of jerusalem who is the last century and a half lived off. Money raised them in eastern europe. Which was the richest jewish community family and sixty forty.
"seventeenth" Discussed on Jewish History Matters
"To reconstruct life stories to reintegrate the chromatic events into the flow of normal life. What the polish. Jews did did exactly that. They created a special day during the year. I wasn't something they did. they invented. That was a custom. They already had an. I guess it's accustomed at work. Before in overcoming tour why they did it to the communities would come together. They would sing the songs they would tell the prayers of what had happened to them along with all the other prayers of jewish suffering. It was done in a controlled environment by in the community. People were being supported and it was done in a very stylized way. So that you're not plunging. The is back into the depths of the experience but the memory is very stylized memory of the violence. And i decided i couldn't do moving hypothesize but i think it's a very important thing that needs to be studied more. He was by doing that. That polish were able to overcome that aspect the psychological trauma what they've gone through. And if you put all those things together is suggests that the jews were able to reconstruct their lives and do so well in such a short is because they had in place they had in their toolkit strategies that they could use that would land to position themselves socially economically religiously and psychologically in a place where they could recover and rebuild. Now just to finish up the last piece that you said which is a reversal empowered in poland and germany. What happens is it is a process that begins in sixteen forty eight. But he's not felt for a while yet. and so. That's the relevance in the story that i'm telling what we do know is the polish jews begin to migrate westwards during the pogroms and continue afterwards. But it's not a major phenomenon. That is an old way of thinking about it. You think about the post sixty and forty eight as decline socio economic history of police said tree has already suggested that wasn't a decline and my research here suggested reasons why wasn't it wasn't a decline there. Things negative things that were happening but you characterize that period is a period of decline. That would be to miss the point. Well i think the point. I was trying to talk about was not among the jews but a question of the broader geopolitical situation within europe. As a whole which is to say that you see the continuation of a vibrant jewish life in eastern europe at this point in time when the state of poland. Lithuania is weakening leading eventually to. Its its break-up and some scholars have argued that it's actually the weakness of these states that has contributed to the vivacity of jewish life. That jewish life tends to be stronger in places without a strong state at least in early modern the medieval europe. I would think dog it slightly differently. What the juice succession sort of recreating the society did was. It enabled them to renew the socioeconomic relationship they'd had before sixteen forty eight with the wealthy mobility of poland. We should allow them to settle ukraine. Such numbers inducer very well day after sixteen forty eight when those nobles come to stop restructuring the polish economy not knowing about the polish self. That is the group with the political social and economic power to reconstruct poland after the disasters of the mid seventeenth century. They turn to the jews. Because that was one of the key tools in the period before sixty eight and the jews are in a position to answer and so that relationship between the magnates and the jews is what's renewed to the benefit of both parties and to.
"seventeenth" Discussed on Jewish History Matters
"In the light of what they already thought the cultural formations and religious formations which they brought into it or the people around them hat right. If you think of it in those terms we really cannot just ever look at one or other the tragedy on its own terms. You really have to see eight in a continuity of development drag. You could say that the destruction of the temperature an incredible dramatic break but it was working within a context to understand it in that context. And only in that context. Can we understand. The change came in its wake and it's real term the other thing that i would say that it was very important to me in. This book is once again. I focus very heavily on this question of reconstruction how you manage to reconstruct their lives. How it was for example in eastern europe with not only back on their feet but were taking up major roles twenty twenty five years later very very soon bearing in mind the number of dead in the size of refugee crises. You could say the same about the expulsion from spending four thousand. Nine hundred. Ninety does not take in historical terms very long before the jews are back on efi doing extremely well that raises a really interesting question in my mind that nobody had asked and that is the jews have culturally determined ways of dealing with this kind of crises. There are enough of them in the very long course of jewish history fast to start thinking about the strategies of survival the strategies a reconstruction overtime. And my guess is that research begins to be done. We will see that. There are ways in which jewish society deals with it that have been found overtime to be effective. And the tell us time off the time. And it's why burr on argue. That is not so important not to put. It wasn't important because actually the jews are very successful. At overcoming overcoming its consequences. Negative and so yes. I think that's a really important aspect of jewish life and jewish experienced that borodin's approach shot. Hit you couldn't understand it. Through what baron want but in fact it seems to me something very deep and that needs to be understood in a much longer chronological term. Certainly than i did. I was just looking at the my one moment. But i think it's a key phenomenon. Well right i mean. I think that especially going back to something that you said earlier. In our conversation it is really fascinating and really critical. I think to understand how. And why. And in what ways eastern european jewry was able to bounce back which is to say that for instance. If you look at two other major tragedies in jewish history we already mentioned the holocaust but you pointed to the fourteen ninety two expulsion of the jews from spain. These communities are able to bounce back but in new places in many respects. What is it about the aftermath of sixteen forty eight the allows jews to bounce back in the same place where this violence taking place in the first place and especially in the context as you mentioned earlier that this is a key moment where you see the ascendancy of western and central europe in kind of broader european historical terms and then in the aftermath of sixteen forty eight poland and lithuania beginning this process of To some extent it's already taking place but you have this process of declining power in the region leading up eventually one hundred years later to the partition of poland by russia prussia and austria. So what is taking place here in terms of allowing the jews to bounce back in this location in relationship to the broader transformation of europe in the aftermath of the peace of westphalia..
"seventeenth" Discussed on Jewish History Matters
"Slaves where they are redeemed others flee to central and western europe and all of a sudden police jews crossing the jewish world as refugees or captives and then refugees and the whole jewish world has to organize to decide how it's going to deal with the problem of these polish jews. So that's really where i was coming from and the more research i did the more i realized that this is not a small thing. Scholars have argued about significant sixteen fourteen global jewish terms. What i discovered was that in fact there are very very few jewish centers in the seventeenth century. Which did not have to face this problem. Either in terms of the destruction itself or in terms of the refugees who reached that you are looking at this huge destructive series of events on a very personal level. right you're thinking about the events of sixteen forty eight and its aftermath not just in terms of the number of people who were killed or who were displaced from their homes but in terms of these human terms. So can you say a bit more about what it means for you to look at these events from this kind of individual perspective and about how this point of view helps us to look at sixteen forty eight and its aftermath in a new way personable when i was thinking about studying refugee-crowded much clear to me that you can't study refugee crises without studying the refugees. It doesn't make any sense. So you can look in broad terms in monetary terms on the structural economic terms. But you actually make sense of the events as they happened on the ground until you know how it affected the actual who lived through. That's really what i wanted to do. I wanted to bring the perspective right down to the lowest possible level to understand the immediate social and cultural religious consequences of what happened on an individual level because it touched so many people both in terms of the refugees themselves and in terms of the people with whom they came in contact that gave me a whole new perspective on these meetings as a whole series of meetings at him between these refugees. And the people around the whether the people in the ottoman empire with the people in central europe. And i'm saddam in italy. I was able to go right down to the individual level of talking about what that.
"seventeenth" Discussed on Jewish History Matters
"Podcast. Today i'm joined by adam teller. Who's going to be speaking with us about the century jewish refugee crisis following the sixteen forty eight on. It's key pogroms. Aman how it helps us to understand the transnational transformations of jewish life in early modern times as well as when we want to think more deeply. Broadly about refugee issues on water scale both in history and also this is something which is still very relevant today. Adam teller is a professor of history and judaic studies at brown university. He has written widely on the economic social and cultural history of the jews in early modern pulling lithuania and his most recent book. Which we're going to talk about today is titled rescue the surviving souls the great jewish refugee crisis of the seventeenth century. This is going to be the starting point for our conversation today but in many ways it's not just about the book we're gonna be talking about the big issues that surrounds it. It's really an exciting book. It was recently a finalist for the national. Jewish book award in history is a pleasure to have adam here with us. Thank you so much. Adam for joining us on the podcast. Welcome really glad to have you. Here it's a real pleasure. Thrill pledged to be here. Jason absolutely i want to get us started by thinking about kind of what is this history in the first place when we look at the story of the malinowski pogroms and aftermath in the mid seventeenth century. What is going on here. And why does it matter when we wanna think about early. Modern jewish history well in the early period poland lithuania which was then called. The police between commonwealth was the largest wealthiest most develop jewish center in europe with in world terms. It was only rivaled by the ottoman empire and had gone through about one hundred fifty years very strong social economic cultural development. Making it this powerhouse. In the history of european jewry and the place where all of your looked in a number of different fails perhaps most particularly in terms of the jewish law..
"seventeenth" Discussed on Jewish History Matters
"Today i'm joined by adam teller. Who's going to be speaking with us about the century jewish refugee crisis following the sixteen forty eight on. It's key pogroms. Aman how it helps us to understand the transnational transformations of jewish life in early modern times as well as when we want to think more deeply. Broadly about refugee issues on water scale both in history and also this is something which is still very relevant today. Adam teller is a professor of history and judaic studies at brown university. He has written widely on the economic social and cultural history of the jews in early modern pulling lithuania and his most recent book. Which we're going to talk about today is titled rescue the surviving souls the great jewish refugee crisis of the seventeenth century. This is going to be the starting point for our conversation today but in many ways it's not just about the book we're gonna be talking about the big issues that surrounds it. It's really an exciting book. It was recently a finalist for the national. Jewish book award in history is a pleasure to have adam here with us. Thank you so much. Adam for joining us on the podcast. Welcome really glad to have you. Here it's a real pleasure. Thrill pledged to be here. Jason absolutely i want to get us started by thinking about kind of what is this history in the first place when we look at the story of the malinowski pogroms and aftermath in the mid seventeenth century. What is going on here. And why does it matter when we wanna think about early. Modern jewish history well in the early period poland lithuania which was then called. The police between commonwealth was the largest wealthiest most develop jewish center in europe with in world terms. It was only rivaled by the ottoman empire and had gone through about one hundred fifty years very strong social economic cultural development. Making it this powerhouse. In the history of european jewry and the place where all of your looked in a number of different fails perhaps most particularly in terms of the jewish law. But not only that
"seventeenth" Discussed on Reduce Debt Increase Wealth
"Lot more money going in your savings account every month so as you go and you pay things down. This process has gone to speed up. It's like a domino. Effect IS GONNA start slow and has gone speed up over tot so with that said going to now go into a little more detail on how to project your expenses. Ford from your checking account for a computer savvy people who maybe have a spreadsheet on your home computer or your laptop that would be the best way to do this function. You know. You'd have a column maybe call him a as a description column be as a date column see as the dollar amount and call him D. as you're running balance in your checking account so you go online you figure out what you know you look at your checking account balance and you plug that on the top and you go forward you know you might look back to last month. What did I pay win? Hopefully you got all those statements there in front of you so you go back a month. So if it's around the fifteenth a month when you're doing this you go back to the fifteenth of the previous month. You look what? You're paying from the fifteenth to sixteenth to Seventeenth Eighteenth and you list that down in there and skip every other column every other row I mean so that you leave yourself some space maybe two or three lines so he can add stuff in there later on as you go as you discovered. You forgot something. You maybe didn't pay something last month that you pay this month that kind of thing you could also do the exact same thing on paper slow more tedious but it can work and you want to start out. I going from paycheck a paycheck be one pay period. As you get that perfect it may be copy and paste it a second paycheck period. Run IT DOWN. Then you just go in updated and changed because you're going to be paying different things at different times. You WanNa do that as far out as that you can to pay periods if you get paid every two weeks biweekly and maybe do it two or three. That gives you four to six weeks in advance you looking for you. WanNa look forward and as far as your income you want to. If your income's the same every paper it's easy. If your income changes every pay period he needed to go back two or three pay ADEMA divided by three us an average over time. You'll get dat average pretty close if it's off fifty dollars one hundred dollars you're gonNA be okay. That's why we leave the balance of five hundred dollars you know you. Don't WanNa take your checking account below five hundred dollars does you don't WanNa bounce checks you know you. WanNa look bad. You don't want to pay fees Mamere really. Don't WanNa pay fees because waste the money so with that said the more you can do that. The better off. You are the more accurate you can be the better off. You are Once you know pretty confident that man. Here's my balance and I'm going to get paid and that's my new balance was a big number. Take them extra money out out of there and put a line in their transfer to savings and make it an a minus and take it out and unjust your balanced going down and look what happens. You WanNa do that as soon as possible. So you get paid you look forward to same day is payday. Maybe today after payday within a day or so on K..
"seventeenth" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Continues on this seventeenth day of June six minutes past the hour. New this morning, Mexican authorities are increasing immigration enforcement along well traveled routes for migrants in the southern portion of the country. It began over the weekend. They started checking ID's and pulling migrants off public transport, and intercepting, trucks, and the national migration institute said a thousand immigration agents had been deployed in the north and south. The deployment comes as Mexico faces pressure from the US to reduce the surge of mostly Central American migrants through its territory, Mexico says it plans to position six thousand national guard troops by tomorrow to its southern border with Guatemala. Also, to the south Argentina's president is promising a thorough investigation into a massive blackout that hit tens of millions of people including Uruguay and Paraguay that outage began Sunday. Day morning. Halting transportation in Buenos Aires and disrupting phone and internet communications water supplies, were also cut off Argentina's energy secretary said the blackout began with a failure in the country's interconnection system. But energy officials are investigating what happened the Justice department, of course continues its investigation into the origin of the molar investigation as Democrats continue, their look at the mullahs report and criticism of President Trump's recent remarks on foreign help Senate Judiciary committee member, Marsha Blackburn, here is what we do know Charles is that the Democrats are getting mighty antsy about what might be found in that report and about what attorney general bar could possibly be looking at because they are the ones who did some outsourcing, and working with the Russians and foreign nationals, and trying to get information the dossier. Paying for that through the Clinton campaign. Some of the other connections. Of course, we know that Adam Schiff was looking forward to talking to some Russian agents in getting information. So all of that does come into play. We look forward to getting the report and I can assure you that chairman Lindsey Graham, they're at the Senate Judiciary will do a tremendous job of conducting appropriate oversight Blackburn, making those comments to Fox News. Head of the Senate Judiciary committee Lindsay Graham has declared the mullahs report case closed. Meanwhile, the democratic head of the house intelligence committee is still threatening to subpoena, the head of the FBI congressman Adam Schiff says his committee wants more information about the origin of the Muller pro. But unlike Republicans shift told CBS he's not investigating the investigators. You said recently that you may subpoena the FBI director. Chris Wray to ask them questions about the array. Regional counterintelligence investigation into the Trump campaign as it relates to twenty sixteen. Why is that necessary? Are you still suggesting that the president maybe a Russian asset? What I'm suggesting is that the intelligence investigation that began when they have had concerns that people around the president, and ultimately, the president might be acting as winning unwitting agents of a foreign power. We have not been able to get a briefing on since the day. James Comey was fired. Now, we are still now we are, just starting to get some information from the F B, I think the threat to subpoena the director has had some impact, but we still don't know just who did the FBI. I have concerns about what findings did. They make the special counsel does refer in his report to FBI agents, who are bedded and findings back to headquarters, we need to sink findings shifts comments follow a hearing if the intelligence committee that focused on evidence gathered by the special counsel that point towards concern that. Russia may have compromised members of Trump's orbit. He said it did not show, much of the counter intelligence, well, as the Los Angeles Police Department continues gathering evidence authorities remained tightlipped about what provoked a Friday night, confrontation that led to an off duty officer shooting and killing a man. Thirty attacked him inside a southern California Cosco, corona police said the officer opened fire after thirty two year old Kenneth French riverside, assaulted him without provocation as the officer was holding his young child. Now on a lighter note out of California. Police say burglary suspect with a machete wound from a run in with an eleven year old boy has been caught days after he slipped out of a hospital or he was being treated Burlington police say nineteen year old Getafe and hall was arrested yesterday after a two day manhunt, the Orange County sheriff's office has hall faces charges of breaking into a home to burglarize it. He was chased away by the eleven year old who hit him with the machete. The boy was home alone hall later sought the hospital treatment for.
"seventeenth" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Seventeenth. The beautiful full strawberry moon. It happens at four thirty four. Am Pacific daylight time. And George Bush go back to Jupiter for a moment if you were on the surface clouds of Jupiter, which we couldn't because of the radiation. I weigh two hundred fifteen pounds, your two point fifty three times your weight. So I would wait an incredible five hundred and forty three pounds. I rather watch it from the ground Email me. If you've got questions, we've got answered on a diet sky. There you go. Two hundred filming DR sky showed onto sky show at gmaiLcom, and his George correctly. Identifies losing some weight is always a good thing. Always remember to keep your eyes to this guy. That's Dr sky, Stephen Cates. Thanks, steven. Appreciate it up next. We're going to talk about what really causes global warming up perspective, from, Dr Peter Langdon war, next on coast to coast AM. I wanna talk with you for a moment about the incredible. See sky wave radio. Be prepared. It's a simple phrase that's been used as a warning for almost. One hundred years, they'd be ready for those occasional extreme summer conditions. They're starting now that can knock the power out. See crane has one of the best ways to help you be prepared, their CC skyway radio sound alarm when the Noel weather issues in alert, and that alert can warn you in advance of any impending problem any impending problem. See crane is one of the best ways to help you be prepared their see sky wave radio. It is just fantastic. It receives AM and FM weather alert. It's got the built in great reception and clear audio for all of your favorite stations. It covers short wave the aviation ban for travel, which let you hear nearby pilots and air traffic, controllers, and the ground.
"seventeenth" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"The seventeenth the beautiful strawberry moon. It happens at four thirty four AM Pacific daylight time and to go back to Jupiter for a moment, if you were on the surface clouds of Jupiter, which we couldn't because of the radiation. I weigh two hundred fifteen pounds, your two point fifty three times your weight. So I would way an incredible five hundred forty three pounds. I rather watch it from the ground Email me. If you've got questions, we've got answered on a diet sky. There you go. Two hundred. The DR sky showed sky show at gmaiLcom and George correctly. Identifies losing some weight is always a good thing. Always remember to keep your eyes to this guy. That's Dr sky, Stephen Cates. Thanks, steven. Appreciate it next. We're going to talk about what really causes global warming up perspective, from, Dr Peter Langdon war, next on coast to coast AM. I wanna talk with you for a moment about the incredible. See skyway radio be prepared. It's a simple phrase that's been used as a warning for almost one hundred years, then be ready for those occasional extreme summer conditions. They're starting now that can knock the power out. See crane has one of the best ways to help you be prepared, their see skyway radio sounds alarm when the Noah weather issues alert, and that alert can warn you in advance of any impending problem any impending problem. See crane is one of the best ways to help you be prepared their see sky wave radio at his just fan. Tastic in receives AM, and FM weather alert. It's got the built in great reception and clear audio for all of your favorite stations. It covers short wave the aviation ban for travel, which let you hear nearby pilots, and their traffic, controllers, and the ground.
"seventeenth" Discussed on WTVN
"Seventeenth, Scott Jennings, NewsRadio six ten. WTVN listeria. Syria was founded the velvet ice cream manufacturing facility in Utica, the US food and Drug administration. Inspectors say they found unsanitary conditions at the plant during a review between January twenty third in February fourteenth the FDA says nine environmental swabs tested positive for listeria the companies now a choir to establish a food safety plan to provide assurances at the violations will be corrected. WTVN sports Ryan Moore leads at seven under in the first round of the memorial tournament, Jordan Spieth one shot back at six hundred a group of five golfers. Sit to back of more tiger. Woods heads into Friday at two under defending champion Bryson d Shambo to over tournament favourite Ricky Fowler. Three over round. Two gets underway from your field at seven twenty Friday morning in baseball today. The clippers beat the tides twelve to five in Norfolk Columbus heads to Durham for a weekend series with the bowls, the Cincinnati Reds have Thursday off. They'll play the Washington nationals tomorrow night in the Queen city earlier today. Ohio State football released kickoff times for six games this upcoming season buckeyes, we'll have four noon kicks, including the season finale at Michigan OSU with two night games on the slate as of Thursday October fifth against Michigan state at the horseshoe. The other is two weeks later at northwestern on Friday, October, eighteenth from the central Ohio Honda dealers sports desk, Eric Reaser, NewsRadio six ten WTVN and Uber has announced a new policy that will allow the company to ban passengers who get low ratings from their drivers. They say passengers get low. Marks will be given warnings. And if the rating is low enough, the passenger will not be allowed to use Uber again. I'm Alison Wyant.
"seventeenth" Discussed on Z104
"Our team kidney events are golf classics and are in KF honors events. We're gonna talk about the kidney walk here and just a bit. Actually, we'll do that right now. They'll talk about the kidney walk you've got some upcoming programs in the handsome roads area and believe the kidney walk is one of them. Can we talk about that? Yes. So we are hosting the two thousand nineteen Hampton roads kidney walk at seventeenth street park in Virginia Beach, and that event is going to be on Saturday made the eighteenth. Okay. And as I said, it's going to be at seventeenth street park. And what exactly is going to be going on like what can someone expect of the kidney walk? They've never been. So if you have never been to a kidney walk at first, I invite you to come out again on may the eighteenth. But if you've never been to a kidney walk it is a event where we raise awareness, and we educate our patients our caregivers are walkers about Kennedy's. So we have check in and nine AM that day. And the walk actually starts. We have opening presentations aren't at nine thirty. So we'll have a welcome will have anthem singers have entertainment will have a warm up. And then we kick off the walk at ten AM. And we're starting at the seventeenth street park. You can either do a one mile or three mile walk and we walked down the boardwalk. So we'll be walking from seventeenth street to forty of street and back to seventeenth street. Again, if you're doing three the three mile walk now, they have to register ahead of time for this. Yes. This walked we do require all participants to register. And they need to do that on. How do they register on the website or yes? So you would have registered by going to kidney walked dot org. Again that is kidney walked or in. When you're Kenny. Walk dot org. You're going to put in your location for this walk. You're going to select the state of Regina, and we have three walks in Virginia, you're gonna make sure you select the Hampton roads walk and again that is at seventeenth street. Park and you'll be taken to though linked to register and that was may eighteenth. And it's begins at nine, but the walkway actually start around ten o'clock. Yes, perfect. All right. Awesome. And tell me again, you kind of spoke little bit about this with the walks along route is for those. So the kidney walk is a non competitive event. So we have two options you can either do a one mile wall or you can do at three mile. Okay. Perfect. Our pets bicycles strollers all that are they allowed? Yes. So since we are at a public park against St. park. We do allow strollers and leash pets at the event. However, we do suggest no bicycles or inline skates. So you say leashed pet. Okay. So I show up with a leash like buffalo. Leash doll well behaved dogs, we prefer. I I had to ask that it was. There was a new story about something similar to that. Where the store let's leashed pets in. And so the guy brings a buffalo anyway to pass the theory. It reminded me of that I thought well if she says leash pets, I'm bringing my least pot belly pig or something no pet monkeys. At the that is Dana Brown the development manager for the national kidney foundation, serving Virginia right now, we're talking about the kidney walk which is going to be happening at seventeenth street down Virginia Beach may eighteenth. You can register which website one more time kidney, walk dot org. Starts at nine o'clock. Walk begins at ten you the one mile or the three mile, but more information, again, one more time is where it's going to be at seventeenth street park on Saturday may seventeenth website again kidney walked out or make sure they know this girl, they're gonna know this website now who can participate in that. Walk. Participants includes kidney patients, their family and friends or any member who's affected by kidney disease. We have people who are memorializing loved ones at the event. The general public is also welcome to attend. We have registration the day of as wages all ages. So anyone if they wanna run as long as they're baby can run on two legs..
"seventeenth" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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"seventeenth" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Continues. It is the seventeenth day of January and new this morning. Republicans are rejecting the suggestion to delay the state of the union if the government is still partially closed January twenty ninth. That's a question coming from house speaker Nancy Pelosi who cited security concerns whether or not the hobbled government can provide adequate security Republicans say though, it's just a ploy to deny President Trump the stage. Here's freshman Republican Senator Rick Scott. We to have a state of the union address. President audited. Explain what's happening with the tax cuts. Ever pass. It had a big impact on our economy warned the few economists in the world doing as well. And why wouldn't you get up there? And explain all the good things are happening at the same time, be frustrated. He can't fund the border by himself. Congress has to fund the border. He should get up there and say, I'm disappointed. The congress is not funding. This is it's national security. We know our border needs to be secure, you guys all agree with me. Let's get it done. All right. Let me we're going to be monitoring Chuck Schumer very closely, sir. What he's saying about what Democrats might or might not offer. To resolve this. And it doesn't look like it will be resolved soon. Our credit rating hangs in the balance here if we lose that AAA rating who do you blame that on? I blame it on on on congress. I mean, the the president's gonna use all his power to get this done. Congress is the only one that can fund the border. Congress is the only one that can open up government. They need to go do their job. It's it makes no sense. What's going on? And they're talking about doing recess if if in my business life, I'd say if we have a problem, we're all staying here until we get it resolved. We shouldn't go home. We shall stay here to get this stuff. Thousand people not getting paid the congress gets paid Republican or democrat, you shouldn't get paid. So I could sponsor a Bill. This is just that. We have co is co-sponsor Bill to get her and get our coastguard. Get paid is the only military individuals that are not getting paid. I've got five thousand. They're defending our border there. They're watching all the drug interdiction Latin America, and they're not getting paid Scott making the comments that Fox News Pelosi.
"seventeenth" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"We are starting our seventeenth year doing coast to coast handed down and created by of course, the late seventeen years. Thank you to my step, by the way to keeping the show going. Here's what's happening. Well, the new year brought continued tensions along the US Mexico border, as you fired tear gas at migrants from the Central American caravan that has gathered there authorities fired the gas into Mexico to keep roughly one hundred and fifty migrants from breaching the border fence near Tijuana nuclear armed North Korea wants good relations with the US, but could consider a change of approach. They say the Washington maintains its sanctions leader Kim Jong UN warned that his new years speech that after twelve months a diplomatic approach meant it's time for things to start shaping up while the country could be in for another challenging flu season. There are already eleven pediatric deaths associated with the flu and hospital rates among very young children are high according to the CDC, let's check in with Dr Gary Ridenour, our expert on pandemics, Gary, what do you? Think of this is it to hyper is the very serious. It's a little bit of a high bomb. The number of children that diaper, you're below the age of eighteen twelve thousand. So it's a little scary. When you I mean, they try to tell you that there's a hundred or two hundred nine the flu season is here. It's starting to increase in numbers. But not like it did last year. And there's a thing called of flu virus activity report that comes out now. And first thing they said was people seeing the doctor was close to the baseline of last year, which I say what what baseline. And then they went h one n was the most common bug out there. And it's genetically similar to the vaccines are out there, which is good. But people don't remember and have to remember is that the vaccine only makes you not as sick as you should be. It doesn't make you bulletproof. Nothing. Really does. If you're a parent, though, Gary what would you do you don't want your child to come down with the flu? What do you do? I take the chances in in in in give the child to shop. And you know, I've been antibac- seen kind of like on this show quite a bit. Yes, you have please. Don't listen in get your back sans. All right. Why the change your heart? Why why the change your heart for you? Well, it's I, you know, you gotta get the vaccine because you know, it last year has worked was only forty percents affect of that's better than zero percent effective. So you should get the vaccine one of the claims that eighty thousand died last year, so I dug around and found out that they approximated that number by reviewing death certificates. They were not autopsy anything done and lasts three week average for specimens taken showed that the rate was four point one nine to nineteen percent. The question is a what nineteen percent of ten thousand nine hundred nine percent of ten. It's a statistical swamp right now. But you know, even if it's sixty percent affected, you should go. Go ahead and get it. But it's like, I said the statistics are all over the place. You got Gary. Thank you so much. Enjoy the new year. I'm sure we'll be talking with you. Netflix has confirmed that it removed an episode of a comedy show that criticizes Saudi Arabia after officials in the kingdom. Complain. The move raises new questions about the limits of free online expression in the episode of what it's called Patriot Act the American born Muslim his name is Shawn Minh Ha's lashed Saudi Arabia after the killing of Washington Post columnist is Jamal kashogi in the Saudi consulate in this. Stand bull Turkey, by the way tonight. I had a chance to watch the net flicks movie bird box with Sandra Bullock. She did a great job, by the way. But the movie I panicked. I just I didn't like it. Just didn't seem to have a plot to me. It was just a lot of gore action. I've seen much better movies to be sure. But sandra. Bulaq had did a great job acting in Nastase new horizon spacecraft has made a trek to the far reaches of our solar system. Zooming past the IC ultimately at thirty two thousand miles an hour in the early hours of New Year's day. They've been sending back some pictures. Let's check in with space historian Robert Zimmerman on this. Well, what do you think of this one, Bob? I, you know, it the the most spectacular thing about this is that everything worked there was real risk flying by this object that could have been even tiny object the size of piece of rice could have destroyed it. So the the news today was it survived and is functioning and is sending back data. We have yet to get the best images. They're going to be coming down. Starting tomorrow, the images they have shown us have revealed a really long in a along gated bowling, Ben is the term they used and it's rotating like we're looking. At the a propeller plane directly on us. So so it's like swinging around and we're looking down at it. Which is why it hasn't varied in brightness. This is a strange object and its alien this object formed out in the outer part adults say alien on this show, Robert. Alien in terms of its stranger than it's going to be stranger than any other object. We looked at exit formed in such a low gravity environment with not a lot of objects around town even put together is a real question. And they still don't even know it looks like said like a bowling pin? Well, it could be two separate objects or could be two objects kinda stuck together. And they don't know that yet, and we will probably find that out tomorrow. I'll be posting images of behind the black tomorrow as they come down. And I just cannot wait super thanks Robert always good to talk with you Robert Zimmerman space historian up next week begin our astrologers and psychics New Year's prediction show. Our first special guest is psychic Joseph Jacobs. Now back in January of two thousand eighteen Joseph was on with me. And the he's are some of the things that he said he said around may of two thousand eighteen it'll be a rough month. He cited as far as flooding and weather concern. Earns worldwide he said, January twenty ninth through March twenty second could be a difficult period for the US regarding weather or health related issues between Feb twenty third and April sixteenth, President Trump and vice president Pence will face legal issues. The stock market looks volatile. He said between Feb second March twenty six could have problems between July eighth and August twenty ninth. And then later in the fall he hit that one right on the head up next more of psychic Joseph Jacobs. Talk of what he sees in two thousand nineteen next dot coast to coast AM..