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"tammany hall" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:45 min | 3 months ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"That's if you don't get to do the homework. You'll see that the Tammany Hall in New York The Chicago body politick Detroit body politick with male miracle men Young. There's been there had been voter fraud since day one. In fact, The Irish thugs that brought about the original organized crime in America to bear with me from in here used to brag about they could get a man to vote five times. I did that. People. He come off the boat from Ireland coming to America, and they meet him at the docks. Suspect 18 nineties and they'd say Ah, you come with us. We're gonna give you some food. Ah, And if you're going to vote if you don't fight the vote the right way. We're gonna beat you with this blackjack. If you do vote the right way. Ah, we'll get you some food and a place to stay, and then they'd have a vote with a full beard. And then they'd shave the beard off with the chin and him vote with big diapers in the fashion, pork chop sideburns and vote than getting just a mustache to vote. Then they shave the moustache afternoon, but evil you voted five times. No, I'm not so worried about the five times per voter. It's 5000 the five million I know well that well that that five time voter was multiplied by 1000, okay? So that's that's how it works. I think Donald Trump will win. Yeah, voter fraud, but we're going to have fun and the Democrats are right now. They've been gaming this since day one trying to trying to get rid of the electoral college talk about fraudulent elections. It's obvious well, Castle in Engelbrecht or Catherine is Catherine Engelbrecht and true the vote. Just remember true. The vote. Go search that out in Texas and Dutch with and the other one. You said that Well, there's one in Michigan. I can't. I can't believe I know the people do and I can't think of the name of their operation. There. There come to you. That's here in Michigan. Okay. So go forth and voter not multiply Single vote, See what you can do to dig in and help again. You could become a poll watcher. Thanks for the call. Um Now. If Europe let's let's let's paint a realistic scenario that'll sound raises. If you're into sound that the unthinking let's say you're in what in Wayne County and you're down in the hood. You're down in the hood, and you're down there because you've been assigned by whoever your operations says we're gonna go monitor this polling place. And Ah, you're the white guy. And you say, Well, hang on that That's not done right right there. You're probably gonna get called out for being awake. And they did that in the Obama elections. All intimidated the hell out of people. Who were those two thugs out in front of the polling place dressed like some kind of Ah, let's play army. Thoughts of the Black Panthers with what they called truncheons, making sure that white people couldn't vote there. Eric.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

"I don't know I don't know but I also think that Bloomberg coming onto the scene for the presidency is also kind of an indictment on on Biden though because I think it shows that we may be Bloomberg actually was sort of like behind Biden and now that he's struggling a little bit. He's like let me let me handle this then and if Biden is not going to do the job could be nearly twenty five percent of likely primary voters. They don't like Mr Bloomberg upper apps that will turn around after so you get to meet him he loves he loves fitness and he loves telling you how to live thing that really annoys me about him is that he is very much like do do it my way. I know how to do everything and I'm like you are just yes. You are a type A. Personality but not all of us are like you mikey. I think he'll he'll be the shortest president. He would be the sure not resides James Madison. We would also be the first Jewish president so that would be a milestone in its own right so twenty. Five percent of likely primary voters they view him unfavourably this is the highest unfavorable rating in the field. So Tom Steyer is a real celebrity next Bloomberg which is kinda crazy. Of course Tom Steinmeyer. You're in a little trouble of his own attempting to perhaps by support from politicians. Which of course is a bad look and violence campaign finance? Lose the thing with Bloomberg. He's not going to go door to door. I mean he skipped all of he skipped Iowa. It's not going to be one of those kind of campaign it's going to be an ad by literally GonNa the B. You're going to be scrolling instagram. And you'RE GONNA see ad after ad for Michael Bloomberg for president it's going to be an ad by campaign without a doubt. Absolutely he's worth what fifty billion alien dollar. My God Bro. Yeah you know and I just read a Much I read an article shortly after Amazon was denied their HQ to in Long Island City. Oh Jeff bezos made a call to Bloomberg and actually asked him to run and then at the time Bloomberg this was you know what was that a year ago when when Amazon John was rebuffed Bloomberg said no but now now ergezen. Now he's in now he's got he. He got a little encouragement from Jeff. Bezos you know. Jeff bezos brought the expanse back at cancelled that hard Scifi show that's inexplicably popular because it's extremely boring But he also got I think maybe he got Bloomberg D- To do the impossible speaking of excitement that it's all wrapped up in that little body a Bloomberg thirty one percent of Police here in this primaries primaries they say they view him favorably. In contrast nearly three quarters of Democratic primary voters like Joe Biden compared to about eighteen percent who believe Who hold an unfavorable opinion of him? So Michael Bloomberg getting into the race at around four percent right now. He hasn't officially announced. But we expect something to come by probably next week or so as the impeachment inquiry continues to heat up and trump said. He's he's he would. There's nobody else he'd rather run against them. Little Michael Michael Then Little Michael. Oh we already got a name picked out. It's it's GonNa be Great. That's very cute of course to New York billionaire personalities although Bloomberg is a true billionaire..

RHOA Star Kenya Moore and Husband Marc Daly Split After 2 Years of Marriage

Colleen and Bradley

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

RHOA Star Kenya Moore and Husband Marc Daly Split After 2 Years of Marriage

"Every two years of marriage real housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore and her husband mark daily have called it quits this is weird to me just just her announcement everybody was a bit is with profound sadness that I regret to inform my fans and I'm divorcing my husband mark daily she wrote in a statement myself concern about his is and will always be my daughter Brooklyn my miracle baby. okay so I don't follow them that much any of the real housewives. they're real house husbands it is that did this come out of left field. or was there an indication that there was trouble I mean there there was some indication that there was trouble don't there's always in to get this right exactly. the point of the two were guests on the Tammany Hall show but there was no mention of a divorce so let's kind of left field for those yeah my first a deep into the house wives

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"tammany hall" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"Can we everyone is leading with the conclusion always I I think that's a mistake both in terms of strategic strategically even from the people who want to have an impeachment the best way the best road impeachment. I think Hillary Clinton said this yesterday, and and forgive me for agreeing with her the actual best road to impeachment has nothing to do with having impeachment proceedings. The best road to impeachment is to have fact-finding from the legislative branch showing that Donald Trump acted in very bad ways in ways as as Muller put it in the report a corrupt power used his power in a corrupt way. That's a problem. We shouldn't have a president acting using his power play. Sadly, they all do. They have different flavors of those ways and realize. Say what's sedating about Trump? Is that it's almost an abdication of power, or it's it's not how it's supposed to work. I mean, Trump does these things which makes him look a little bit like Tony soprano or a Tammany hall boss where he says, okay? You're going to get the story. Right. I need you to go and fire this guy on silica and then his subordinates ignore him. Don't do it. And they don't do it. So it's it's a kind of like weird moment where Trump thinks he's the president. He can do all these things. And he can't even get is most important staff to follow through that doesn't make make it worse. It tells us a lot about the character. I think that that's really something that is best left to the voters in two thousand twenty. Yes, I agree. The problem is that because of two and a half years of overselling the Russia case, the people that are supposed to be the messengers on this. That have a very, easy and obvious case to make have their own credibility. Problems. And you know, I'm sorry. But like Trump has a point when he says, you know, you've been talking about this for this on and it didn't turn out. And now you're going to try to get me for someone else. Not saying all the stuff that you describe it. It's absolutely right. We'd he did is despicable and it's corrupt and dishonest, and it's really bad..

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"tammany hall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And so when the political boss of the city really a classic municipal dictator. The likes of kind of a southern Tammany hall man, named Mr. Crump decided to integrate the app, excuse me. The Memphis police force and add African American officers for the first time withers was among the first twelve black men on the force. Now, the city itself was also quite segregated at that time centering on Beale street, which was really the heart of the African American community. And so that became the African American officers beat typically they were unarmed and had limited powers of arrest. It was a bit of a public relations move several southern cities had clamored for integrated police forces. I think for pretty obvious reasons they people who felt. As though they were being policed, primarily by white people wanted a greater sense of sympathy injustice from law enforcement, and in many cases were granted that if on a token basis, and so here withers was one of the first dozen officers to work that Beale street beat. He also he had to leave the police force because he had another side hustle yet. It was an ethical issue. Well, it was and I say that he wasn't cheating by the rules because he got wrapped up in a bootlegging scandal. It sounds terrible. But the truth is that the Memphis police orchestrated the bootlegging racket throughout the city and operated it and so for Mr. withers to to be punished and to lose his job on the force for bootlegging doesn't say he was the only one I just think that he must have. Like, I said he wasn't cheating by the rules that had been mandated by the force. And so he was singled out for that. My guess is Preston louder buck than of the book is the secret life of for Ernest withers, we're gonna continue with Preston after the break. Learn a little bit more about withers and how he became an FBI.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:37 min | 2 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Twentieth century to the idea of manhood charging out there establishing America as a bold adventure in the in in the world of major powers. However, Theodore Roosevelt was a man who was born in New York City. And a new book tells the story of Theodore Roosevelt from the point of view of how he prospered in New York City politics that was his education. The book is heir to the empire City, New York, and the making of Feodor Roosevelt, not the cowboy Roosevelt, but the urban dweller a man who thought of urban policy and here in the twenty first century when half of mankind now lives in major cities. It's important to review what rose. Savell saw in the eighteen eighties until he became president. By the assassination of Mr. Kinley in one thousand nine hundred one Edward P cone is the author at Ted is assistant professor of American history and chair of the American culture and literature department at Bilkent university in Turkey. Edward Ted, a very good evening. Congratulations. I go immediately to Theodore Roosevelt TR in his first venture into politics elected to the assembly seat from the twenty-first, which is associated with the wealthy homes. The Brownstone says well as what you'd have to say the saloons of sixth avenue, he goes to the assembly and immediately plunges into introducing legislation. What was his ambition as he stepped on the train goring north to Albany? Good evening to you. Thank you, John. Right. From the beginning. Roosevelt already has ideas that he wants to sit on the city's committee in Albany because New York at the time didn't enjoy home rule. The laws pertaining to New York City were written in Albany and Roosevelt was drawn into New York City politics, very mundane issue of street cleaning, there wasn't an independent department street cleaning and New York was known as the dirtiest city perhaps in the world. It's a right from the beginning Roosevelt was a budding urban progressive. He was interested in how to make New York City, America's largest city, a safer and healthier place to live. He introduces three bills the Alder Monica Bill a Bill to end it to constrain city, dad. In other words, they were selling lots of bonds with no end in sight and also about Tammany using saloons the Alder monarch you underline as the critical one of these three what? Was it what it meant? What does it mean to do at the time? The position of New York City mayor was actually very weak position. The mayor was only elected to a two year term and his power was constrained by a number of different factors. The biggest factor was the board of all which had the power actually to confirm or veto all of the appointments to city departments. And the aldermen weren't elected at the time. They're actually appointed and had very deep links to the machine politicians, including Tammany hall, so rose to kind of break that oh Frankel hold of machine politicians on the position of mayor make the mayor of stronger executive, and so he championed the dramatic Bill which came to be known in the press as the Roosevelt Bill. Give more power to New York City mayor make the board of alderman. Elected, and then more responsible to the people instead of living in the shadows. And the pockets of the political bosses of New York Roosevelt is in assembly. The election is every year eighty one eighty two eighty three and in the course have as an assemblyman. He meets an important person who introduces them to the other half how the other half lives and they live quite desperately. The man is Samuel Gump pers-. Yes. The man himself. What did Roosevelt learned from gum pers-, and what did need Roosevelt to do? Even at the time. You got was a labor leader in New York City, and he wanted Roosevelt to champion a Bill that would forbid a cigar rolling in the tenements. And this is a very common piecework that immigrants could do to make a little money. And he would do it in side where they lived until their little bits of tobacco dried tobacco leaves stored at the same place where people slept or people eight it was a filthy filthy job. And when I went to Roosevelt Roosevelt tours born Gramercy park neighborhood in a fancy Brownstone to a wealthy family went to Roosevelt and tried to describe these conditions Roosevelt. Simply didn't believe him. He had not had as you say that contact yet with the other half in New York City. So for said, well, look, I'll take you to the tenement. This is really probably the first. Time Roosevelt had that intimate contact with the working poor and immigrant poor of New York City. And he remembered decades later, you know, looking at several families crammed into only one or two rooms no access to direct sunlight, no access to any kind of fresh air. And he was horrified. Five conditions. Not only did dumpers win Roosevelt over to championing. This. You know, banning cigar rolling cigar manufacturing in tenement. But it was really kind of the beginning. Part of making Roosevelt the champion for ten minutes before in New York City. One other thing that Roosevelt took advantage of when the assembly was putting together a committee to investigate New York City government. It was called eventually the Roosevelt committee that introduced him and put him in contest with Tammany hall. What was Tammany hall at this time? What was its power? Well, it's it's interesting because recently, we'd had some revisionist histories come out of Tammany hall. It says well Tammany hall democratic political machine wasn't so bad because a cater to the immigrants need, but actually Tammany hall have become making the New York politics a business with which to line their pockets to line the pockets of every political hack and healer and wire puller really victimize pretty much every New Yorker in one form or another with higher taxes would less services with the fact that the police department at the time with its own criminal, mafia and Roosevelt really was trying to kind of break that notorious and the ferry connection between the corrupt city departments and Tammany hall. It was obvious that people who became. Heads of the departments basically paid for their jobs. They pay the leaders of Tammany hall Tammany hall of them back the mayor that they wanted the mayor would get elected and return, the mayor would nominate Tammany hall candidate. And the people who are the heads of these departments from the sheriff to the head of public works. They just simply kept tons of the money millions of dollars of money and Roosevelt wanted to investigate this piecemeal. And he actually he's only about twenty five years old at the time. It's just amazing. He's calling in front of his committee. The mayor of New York City. He's calling in front of his committee that Tammany boss, honest, John Kelly, and it probably on the one hand doesn't really reveal too much that New Yorkers didn't already know about corrupt New York City politics, but it garnered amazing headlines sensational headlines in the press, and it really helped make. Roosevelt a household name in the name of reform in New York City. The governor who signs the tobacco Bill is Grover Cleveland a man who will be twice elected president of the United States. New York is the center of everybody's ambition for the electoral college it dominates, and it's been Republican since the civil war. But Grover Cleveland comes out of buffalo becomes governor? It looks like a teddy Roosevelt, the young Theodore Roosevelt works very easily with governor Cleveland, though, they're in different parties detail here before we go back to Roosevelt's roots Roosevelt looks like a reformer. Did he present himself as that? I think they were called the mug once at the time. What did he say about that? Roosevelt in the end. He always declared himself independent. He always defended his right and the rights of others act, independent from the party from party machinery had some party bosses. The problem is at this very time in the Republican party. There is a democrat resurgent Democratic Party getting stronger in the big cities like Tammany hall stranglehold on New York City politics. They're getting stronger in the south and so- Republican bosses in New York like Roscoe concrete like Thomas Platt, you know, really try to maintain strict discipline in the party Roosevelt. This is this is an amazing balancing act that he plays during his several decades in New York City, national politics, how do you maintain your independence, and yet still be a loyal Republican and have to work with? With people like the party bosses who at the end of the day. You're basically need their support to get nominations for statewide positions for governor eventually for vice president and president of the United States an astonishing tragedy befalls on Theodore Roosevelt in February of eighteen eighty four as he's arguing through his bills for the governor. He got the telegram that his baby girl Alice Lee is born to his wife Alice and then as he race, and then he gets another telegram, and is told that not only has his mother died. Mattie Mitty has died, but also his wife Alice has died of Bright's disease, right after delivering the child and Roosevelt leaves Albany for a couple of weeks and goes home to New York. Let's.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

12:01 min | 2 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on KNSS

"Show is politically acute. They saw what happened this morning. They saw the kabuki dance take another turn. And now, they're going to delay it for they only a week says Jeff flake now, you know, Feinstein and Blumenthal, and the others are gonna delay it during that week with some surprise witness that can't come till the following week or the FBI only needs a few more days to investigate this lead. Or that lead. They're going to push it like a ball game into overtime into the elections when they think they're going to win sixty to ninety seats. That's the end of the road for the for the for the vote. The whole thing's a setup it stinks to high heaven. Now, did you notice the lawyers surrounding the ivory snow girl yesterday? The one on the left the mean face clipped, haired, one with the black hair. We know that's cats along operative of Hillary Clinton's cats, but did you notice the bald guy in the right with a beard the white beard? Did you know who he wants? He's not come up in the news. Well, I did a little more research for you. The nice nice guy from New York City the guy with the white beard on her other side that whispered tour that received an envelope from someone remember the white envelope. Was it him who got the envelope? Does anyone know? Yeah. I think he got the envelope. But one of them got the on. Well, he was sitting next to her. Right. That's DNC. Michael bromwich? He's an Iran contra prosecutor a Bill Clinton DOJ inspector general from ninety four to ninety nine you work for Obama in the bureau of ocean, energy, management, regulation, and enforcement. But wait, wait. If that's not enough you will throw in another one the smiling. Bearded demon to the right of ivory snow is on FBI deputy director, Andrew McCabe legal team. That's the swamp. You're looking right at the swamp. Have you not put this together yet? These people who are so rotten from top to bottom. How do they get in office and stay in office? You think I'm a resident to California I live in the San Francisco area. I've watched it from the time of the mayor's assassination two to now I've seen her. I've watched an action she is hated throughout the state in most of the state. She's hated, but what they did was they flooded the ballot boxes with illegal aliens to vote. Do you know that in San Francisco, for example? She's the ex mayor of San Francisco there the vote is. The ballots are in six or seven languages. Now, I for years for twenty five years now saying that's crazy. I'm the son of an immigrant, but my grandfather had to learn English in order to vote he had to pass a citizenship test to vote, but not in San Francisco seven languages, you can vote in Farsi tag along. And Spanish if you want to say Spanish, whatever language you want. You can vote in as long as you check democrat. This is like old Tammany hall tactics. Tammany hall ran New York City politics for over one hundred years. It was rotten and corrupt for a straight hundred years watch, the gangs of New York again and you'll see the the exam an example of how it was run by gangs. There was no voting in New York. Tammany hall decided what was done they stole the treasury blind. And somehow the city went along it just shook along it got through it were politicians. And so here we are now with the same kind of thing going on in New York state on the KOMO in California on the Brown on the governor level in the Senate. You see it in one place after another Tammany hall operating again, and the people are screaming for relief. This country is the point of a nervous breakdown of a civil war, it's gone past mass hysteria, and these politicians are so so disconnected from reality. They don't even know how angry the people are. I can tell you right now. They're so cut off from reality. They have no idea the anger that they are provoked in this country. I'm gonna ask another question. And I want to I want to reiterate again, why is it significant? If there is a connection between Dr Ford in the CIA, which there is because nobody has refuted the statements that are in the underground press her CIA connections. Go all the way back to grandfather. God bless the CIA. That's wonderful. Great organization always has been, but it was hijacked under Barack Obama who flooded with people like that other one who's been attacking a President Trump 'till they pulled his security clearance. But his operatives are still inside. Why is it so hard for those of you who like fiction who go to the movies who reads spy novels who watched JAMES BOND movies. Why can't you apply? What you learn in fiction to the world of politics. Why we think it only exists in the mind of a screenwriter where do you think they get these ideas from? Corrupt Senator you've never seen that movie every other movie, it's about a corrupt Senator usually a white male. Of course, not an old white woman. Eighty five years old with a wig. No, never always a white male. That's that's because a Katzenberg Katzenberg Matson Bergen Ratzenberger. That's who they hire. That's they specialize in laughing all the way to the Swiss Bank. But putting that aside? Why can't you understand that? If you look at what's going on as it as if it's a mystery novel or a spy novel, and you follow the leads all the way up and down the line. You'll understand the whole thing's a set up from the from the get-go. Christine Ford is not a believable witness her background was completely expunged. Nobody knows what her behaviors will like while she was a high school student. There are rumors. There are rumors about it, which I won't repeat on this show. But you can find it on the underground networks of what she was like in high school. People knew her they've reported on her behavior. They've all asked the same questions about her. Like, what is a fifteen year old girl doing it a party with college, boys wide? She go upstairs with the men when there's a bathroom on the main floor. So the whole story falls apart on the cross examination. If you're really allowed to ask cross examination. The party lines have been drawn. This is the Mason Dixon line. This is the civil war all over again. There's the north and the south there's the dams and the Republicans, and even if you weren't on the side of the Republicans you are now. And even if you're on the side of the Democrats, you are now if you're a woman because they've got you emotionally, the Mason Dixon line is drawn the powder as dry all we need is a fort Sumter. And I'm afraid this could be fought Sumpter because there are a lot of the arranged people in this country who are far less stable than you are. And they are going to go off like rockets over this destruction of a man because they're going to identify with what has happened to them from feminists lawyers love the type that are coaching him. I don't want to see it happen. But it is going to happen. And I've warned you that it would happen. I've seen it happen. I'm seeing it happen again. I don't know the cabinet was doing himself a favor here by crying so much. What would you do if you were him? That's the real question. Ito put yourself in his place would your withdrawn before the hearing and say I can't put my name forward. They've destroyed me before I even got up here. I respectfully withdraw. How is he going to even be a federal judge after this? Let's say he has named his name stays up and they do have a vote on Monday. Right. And he doesn't get nominated. He has to sit on the federal bench. Do you realize that if you're an opposing attorney in any case that comes before him you could have him dismissed as a judge. Now, do you realize that that the man may not be able to be a considered an impartial judge as a result of these hearings? His life is ruined in several different ways. Now the Senate today in this country is like the Roman Senate. And now we're watching what is a. Kangaroo court has convicted a man, he's probably a decent guy. What are they actually do? Do. We know what he did. Did he really go upstairs with a girl and throw her on a bed giddy? I don't know. I wasn't there. I can't say is she a liar. I don't trust the word. She said that little girl cutesy pleated, skirt Catholic school kid. It doesn't sell for me. I'm sorry. Not for a grown woman in her fifty. She's not thirteen years old. She acted like she was still third someone put her in a state of mind where she was still fifteen. She was actually trying to channel the fifteen year old. Oh, I oh I oh. Oh, yes. Yes, ma'am. Oh, I don't know. Yes. Oh, yes, ma'am. Like, a fifteen year old Catholic school girl. I'm sorry. I didn't by the act. But most of American women did that's unfortunately true there with her. And the Mason Dixon line is firmly now drawn the powder has been dried. The wicks have been lit. And fought something there is a waiting us. Whether this hearing is the fourth Sumpter that we feared ever since I wrote stop the coming civil war. I don't know. I pray. It is not. But I will tell you right now that it's going to get worse after this hearing. There are a lot of people who are modular. We're going to go off on both sides of the aisle. This is a kabuki drama. Those of you understand drama. This is kabuki drama. You know, this is almost like a repeat of the Santa Hadrian that condemn Jesus to be crucified in many ways. In other words. It wasn't the unanimous decision to crucify Jesus. The San Hadrian was an assembly of twenty three or seventy one rabbis appointed to sit as a as a tribunal in every city in the engine land there, Israel, and the San Hadrian. Judge whether or not this court judge whether or not they were the judge jury and hangman, but it was not unanimous. There were those who said no don't crucify Jesus. It's a repeat of history in some ways. It's crazy. I would never make it through a hearing. Why should I be? Why would I want to be on the supreme court the sit in a black robe all day long with the gavel who would want that job? I don't even understand why anybody wants that job. How do you even take a job being a judge? What Hooper's it takes to be a judge. But nevertheless, we have a supreme court which by the way. Is so overpowered it's beyond belief, whoever made them, the the be all and end all of human existence. These individuals are going to determine the the outcome of our nation. You know, that's a whole topic for another day. And Mike consultant said that Scottish was two hundred and twenty nine years old in seventeen eighty nine George Washington signed into law, the judiciary active seventeen eighty nine which established the federal court system, including the supreme court of the United States. Now, you don't know the number of justices has changed over the over time. Congress increased the number of Supremes to seven it was originally for the increase the seven in eighteen o seven. They increase the two nine judges in eighteen thirty seven thank Chris that the ten judges in eighteen sixty three and then listen to this to show you how malleable or plastic the number of people on the supreme court really is then in order to prevent president. Andrew johnson. Who was shown to be impeached from naming any new supreme court justices. Congress passed the judicial circuits act of eighteen sixty six and that act reduced the number from ten to seven the decrease was to take effect as the seats became vacant. That's something that Dianne Feinstein would like to do right now, which is reduced the number of seats to prevent Trump from appointing anyone when you get it. So if you think this is something new in American society mistake in the viciousness may be different..

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"tammany hall" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Nineteen twenties during the years of prohibition this is when organized crime was really created the connection between the underworld and the upper world and how they one hand washes the other and this begins with the formation of a business organization in the united states called tammany hall legendary organization formed in the early nineteenth century many people think that this was an irish american institution because later the the irish irish refugees gets were were able to use the tammany hall system as a way to rise up out of the gutter and what was tammany hall family hall was a business organization that had been created by wealthy businessman in philadelphia to exert influence over the political system business like minded business interests would pool money would contribute to certain politicians and get them elected this was the system that was created even before the first great wave of irish immigrants from ireland in the wake of the potato famine that occurs in the eighteen fifties and led by a boss boss of tammany hall named boss tweed famous historical figure he begins to register this wave of irish migrants as members of tammany hall and tammany hall becomes an incredibly powerful force in american society particularly in the democratic party and what distinguishes tammany hall is its connections to the.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Nineteen twenties during the years of prohibition this is when organized crime was really created the connection between the underworld and the upper world and how they one hand washes the other and this begins with the formation of a business organization in the united states called tammany hall legendary organization formed in the early nineteenth century many people think that this was an irish american institution because later the the irish irish refugees and immigrants were were able to use the tammany hall system as a way to rise up out of the gutter and what was tammany hall tammany hall was a business organization that had been created by wealthy businessman in philadelphia to exert influence over the political system business likeminded business interests would pool money would contribute to certain politicians and get them elected this was a system that was created even before the first great wave of irish immigrants from ireland in the wake of the potato famine that occurs in the eighteen christie's and led by a boss boss of tammany hall named boss tweed famous historical figure he begins to register this wave of irish migrants as members of tammany hall and tammany hall becomes an incredibly powerful force in american society particularly in the democratic party and what distinguishes tampering hall is its connections to the criminal class so in those days it was gambling money gambling money was the big money the other world this is before booze was legal longley for narcotics gambling was was where where fortunes were made where a lot of money was was used corruptly to influence the political system it's where the gangsters and the mobsters exerted influence over the political system by financing it frankly and this is where it all begins organized crime in the united states and you can trace this relationship right up to the day in the role of the modern day mexican cartels in the united states for the narcotics business in general and how it works in ways that are remarkably similar to the prohibition era remarkably similar they since it's been almost two years since that time but these relationships this connection between the upper world and the underworld is so deeply ingrained in american culture i believe that it just constantly replays itself in many different paths and fascinating ways let me ask you how how driving cab in new york city may have influenced you the way that you write in what you write about.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Nineteen twenties during the years of prohibition this is when organized crime was really created the connection between the underworld and the upper world and how they one hand washes the other and this begins with the formation of a business organization in the united states called tammany hall legendary organization formed in the early nineteenth century many people think that this was an irish american institution because later the irish irish refugees gets were were able to use the tammany hall system as a way to rise up out of the gutter and what was tammany hall tammany hall was a business organization they've been created by wealthy businessman in philadelphia to exert influence over the political system business like minded business interests would pool money would contribute to certain politicians and get them elected this was the system that was created even before the first great wave of irish immigrants from ireland in the wake of the potato famine that occurs in the eighteen fifties and led by a boss boss of tammany boss tweed famous historical figure he begins to register this wave of irish migrants as members of tammany hall and tammany hall becomes an incredibly powerful force in american society particularly in the democratic party and what distinguishes tammany hall is its connections to the criminal class so in those days it was gambling money gambling money was the big money in the world this is before booze was illegal longley for narcotics gambling was was where where fortunes were made where a lot of money was was used corruptly to influence the political system it's where the gangsters and the mobsters exerted influence over the political system by financing frankly and so this is where it all begins organized crime in the united states and you can trace this relationship right up to the day and the role of the modern day mexican cartels in the united states or the narcotics business in general and how it works in ways that are remarkably similar to the prohibition era remarkably similar they suspend the almost two years since that time but these relationships this connection between the upper world and the underworld is so deeply ingrained in american culture i believe that it just constantly replays itself in many different ways let me ask you how how driving cab in new york city may have influenced you the way that you write in what you write about.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Nineteen twenties during the years of prohibition this is when organized crime was really created the connection between the underworld and the upper world and how they one hand washes the other and this begins with the formation of a business organization in the united states called tammany hall legendary organization formed in the early nineteenth century many people think that this was an irish american institution because later the the irish right i wish refugees and immigrants were were able to use the tammany hall system as a way to rise up out of the gutter and what was tammany hall tammany hall was a business organization that have been created by wealthy businessman in philadelphia to exert influence over the political system business like minded business interests would pool money would contribute to certain politicians and get them elected this was the system that was created even before the first great wave of irish immigrants from ireland in the wake of potato famine that occurs in the eighteen fifties and led by a boss boss of tammany only boss tweed famous historical figure he begins to register this wave of irish migrants as members of tammany hall and tammany hall becomes an incredibly powerful force in american society particularly in the democratic party and what distinguishes tammany hall is its connections to the criminal class so in those days it was gambling money gambling money was the big money the other world this is before buse was legal longley for narcotics gambling was was where where fortunes were made where a lot of money was was jews corruptly to influence the political system it's where the gangsters and the mobsters exerted influence over the political system by financing frankly and so this is where it all begins organized crime in the united states and you can trace this relationship right up to the day in the role of the modern day mexican cartels in the united states or the narcotics business in general and how it works in ways that are remarkably similar to the prohibition era where markedly similar they since it's almost one hundred years since that time but these relationships this connection between the upper world and the underworld is so deeply ingrained in american culture i believe that it just constantly replays itself in many different ways let me ask you how how driving cabin york city may have influenced you the way that you write in what you write about.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Nineteen twenties during the years of prohibition when organized crime was really created the connection between the underworld and the upper world and how they one hand washes the other and this begins with the formation of a business organization in the united states called tammany hall legendary organization formed in the early nineteenth century many people think that this was an irish american institution because later the the irish right irish refugees were were able to use the tammany hall system as a way to rise up out of the gutter and what was tammany hall timothy hall was a business organization that have been created by wealthy businessman in philadelphia to exert influence over the political system business like minded business interests would pool money would contribute to certain politicians and get them elected this was the system that was created even before the first great wave of irish immigrants from ireland in the wake of the table famine that occurs in the eighteen fifties and led by a boss boss of tammany hall named boss tweed famous historical figure he begins to register this wave of irish migrants as members of tammany hall and me hall becomes an incredibly powerful force in american society particularly in the democratic party and what distinguishes tammany hall is its connections to the criminal class so in those days it was gambling money gambling money was the big money the underworld this is before booze was illegal long for narcotics dabbling was was where where fortunes were made where a lot of money was was jews corruptly to influence the political system it's where the gangsters and the mobsters exerted influence over the political system by financing frankly and so this is where it all begins organized crime in the united states and you can trace this relationship right up to the day in the role of the modern day mexican cartels in the united states or their narcotics business in general and how it works in ways that are remarkably similar to the prohibition era remarkably similar they suspend the almost one hundred years since that time but these relationships this connection between the upper world and the underworld is so deeply ingrained in american culture i believe that it just constantly replays itself in many different fast and fascinating ways let me ask you how how driving cab in new york city may have influenced you the way that you write in what you write about.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Nineteen twenties during the years of prohibition this is when organized crime was really created the connection between the underworld and the upper world and how they one hand washes the other and this begins with the formation of a business organization in the united states called tammany hall legendary organization formed in the early nineteenth century many people think that this was an irish american institution because later the the irish right irish refugees and number gets were were able to use the tammany hall system as a way to rise up out of the gutter and what was tammany hall many hall was a business organization that had been created by wealthy businessman in philadelphia to exert influence over the political system business like minded business interests would pool money would contribute to certain politicians and get them elected this was the system that was created even before the first great wave of irish immigrants from ireland in the wake of the potato famine that occurs in the eighteen fifties and led by a boss boss of tammany hall named boss tweed famous historical figure he begins to register this wave of irish migrants as members of tammany hall and tammany hall becomes an incredibly powerful force in american society particularly in the.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Nineteen twenty years of prohibition this is when organized crime was really created the connection between the underworld and the upper world and how they one hand washes the other and this begins with the formation of a business organization in the united states called tammany hall legendary organization formed in the early nineteen th century many people think that this was an irish american institution because later the the irish irish refugees number gets were were able to use the tammany hall system as a way to rise up out of the gutter and what was tammany hall timmy hall was a business organization that had been created by wealthy businessman in philadelphia to exert influence over the political system business like minded business interests would pull money would contribute to certain politicians and get them elected this was the system that was created even before the first great wave of irish immigrants from ireland in the wake of the potato famine that occurs in the eighteen fifties and led by a boss boss of tammany hall named boss tweed famous historical figure he begins to register this wave of irish migrants as members of tammany hall and tammany hall becomes an incredibly powerful force in american society particularly in the democratic party and what distinguishes tammany hall is its connections to the criminal class so in those days it was gambling money gambling money was the big money the other world this is before it was a legal longley for narcotics gambling was was where where fortunes were made where a lot of money was was used corrupt elite to influence the political system it's where the gangsters and the mobsters exerted influence over the political system by financing frankly until this is where it all begins organized crime in the united states and you can trace this relationship right up to the day in the role of the modern day mexican cartels in the united states or the narcotics business.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Financial breach and provided the funds for multiple elections on behalf of tammany hall as a result a generation of judges and politicians odor legions not to the people of new york but the frank stilo in contemporary accounts he is nicknamed the prime minister of the underworld now what does that have to do with today all i'm sure nothing we know that no new york politician or judge we know that no california judge a politician is owned by anyone that's clear we know that no kkk congressmen or congress women are senators are owned by any one we know that they're all clean and above the law that's why clean men like adam schiff do not want the fbi memo released because he so clean and on corrupt and we know that all of the others are so clean that all i could there was attacked trump so no one looks underneath their own dirty laundry but i love reading this because when i stumbled upon this writing and i found this that the mafia provided the funds for multiple elections on behalf of tamini hall and as a result a generation of judges and politicians owed allegiance not to the people but to frank castillo i said to myself maybe my audience can understand finally with the democrat party has become just maybe adam schiff democrat congressman from southern california who apparently wants transparency but not transparency about the fbi agents conspiring to destroy the press the presidency now schiff is a very interesting character born in framing massachusetts raised that a jewish family moved to dan ville california during high school received the poly side the greek from stanford and went to harvard for jd the great after receiving his j d from harvard shift began working as a prosecutor while you get the picture and one of his first cases as an assistant us attorney was in prosecuting a case against a former fbi agent convicted of passing secret documents to the soviet union in exchange for a promised sixty five thousand dollars in gold and cash well here we have a current the fbi agent they mccabe who has not yet been convicted of conspiring to bring down a duly elected president but that's where all of the smoke signals are leading us it's very interesting isn't it how the democrats who claim they want transparency a closed stalinist governmental system i see that tonight after the president gives his.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Provided the funds from multiple elections on behalf of tammany hall as a result a generation of judges and politicians owed allegiance not to the people of new york but the frank us delo in contemporary accounts he is nicknamed the prime minister of the on the world now what does it have to do with today all i'm sure nothing we know that no new york politician or judge we know that no california judge a politician is owned by anyone that's clear we know the nope congress men or congress women are senators are owned by any one we know that they're all clean and above the law that's why clean men like adam schiff do not want the fbi memo released because he so clean and on corrupt and we know that all of the others are so clean that all i could do was attacked trump so no one looks underneath their own dirty laundry but i love reading this because when i stumbled upon this writing and i found this that the mafia provided the funds for multiple elections on behalf of tammany hall and as a result a generation of judges and politicians owed allegiance not to the people but two frank castillo i said to myself maybe my audience can understand finally with the democrat party has become just may be adam schiff democrat congressman from southern california who apparently wants transparency but not transparency about the fbi agents conspiring to destroy the press the presidency now schiff is a very interesting character born in framing massachusetts raised in a jewish family moved to dan ville california during high school received the poly side degree from stanford of went to harvard for jd the great after receiving his j d from harvard shift began working as a prosecutor what you get the picture and one of his first cases as an assistant us attorney was in prosecuting a case against a former fbi agent convicted of passing secret documents to the soviet union in exchange for a promised sixty five thousand dollars in gold and cash well here we have a current fbi agent they mccabe who has not yet been convicted of conspiring to bring down a duly elected president but that's where all of the smoke signals are leading us is very interesting isn't it how the democrats who claim they want transparency a closed stalinist governmental system i seen of tonight after the president gives his.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"It's just coincidence which raises a hundred new questions that they have no answers for so we got that going on also loretta lynch a issue lion secca joyo well we got some of that coming up too some of that coming up to it because she once again it's in the crosshairs uh we've also posted on her website today the and the facebook page the chris plante show website uh an article from usa today that you can share with your friends the headline us and your family members there are three point six million dreamers a number far greater than commonly known and usa today lays out where that number comes from the nonpartisan nonprofit migration policy institute that is trying to make us aware that the number is not seven hundred thousand or eight hundred thousand but really it's three point six million according to their account by the time the democrats secure amnesty it'll be five point eight million and then of course the democrats will insist on a direct and short path to citizenship so they can vote for the democrats who continue to steal money from you give it to illegal people in order to buy their votes like these chicago style crooked democrats that they are the tammany hall democrats new york that they are boss tweed democrats that they are the walking around money you like barack obama with his eight hundred million dollars eight hundred billion dollar stimulus bill what what did we stimulate again what what is there a bridge we can point two eight hundred billion dollars i think it was seven hundred tonnes eighty seven billion dollars and what it would we have a pothole fixed that we can point to who have a new airport we can that's a lot of money eight hundred billion the inner you and build one airport for a billionaire to where where are all.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Us it never sleep since it goes from the 19th century however tammany hall believed in close contests are guy wins everything that's their idea of a close contest at apparently we added tammany hall election in new york today we sure dead end now bill de blasio easily has won his second term and he becomes the first democrat to be reelected as mayor of new york city in thirty two years since ed koch de blasio by the way john wasted no time he just gave his victory speech as a short bit ago and ended he proclaimed that today new york city has sent a message to the white house clearly he is blasting donald trump he also said he did men said he words he said this is a new era of progressive democratic leaders that it has started and clearly he has national aspirations we're going to hear him taking way way way way he ran unopposed i understand he had a counts an assembly well yes republican nicole now we talk as them hodeibi it'll mothers out he ran unopposed by the republican party's establishment which doesn't much exist here in new york although she has part she actually had a big machine behind her but as you said new york extra one i am proud of how to learn not speaking poorly of the nominal opponents however i do regard mayor de blasio's remarks directed albany oh no question and as you are suggesting and that is the big big battle that we all expect coming up because he and governor cuomo a don't always see eye to eye on a lot of this show and there's a lot of grumblings of course about bill de blasio having aspirations this whole race he really wasn't running against the other people who was running against donald trump every sentence every debate was donald trump this down trump that it was if he had no challengers whatsoever and there is of course a lot of grumblings about governor cuomo having national aspiration and so we could see to new york earth in the next presidential race rita we're talking to the united states of america we have to tell them the truth they hate each other they hate each other and that's why it's going to be a battle royale joy there and metairie they enjoy it there gleeful about.

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