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"tammany hall" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

04:48 min | 2 weeks ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"There are actually gonna be lots of little pixels of people who are signing in. So you can sort of see yourself in there, and then of course there's also a big screen for the movie. The movie itself will play. Debbie's gonna sing, kind of a rarity these days is not easy to get Debbie to sing. She's like, I gotta go on little vocal rest for this. Yeah, she does. But this is gonna be awesome. So Debbie sings, the movie plays, and then we have a live Q&A to follow with Sebastian gorka will be there, Charlie Kirk, Eric metaxas, Catherine engelbrecht and Greg Phillips from true the vote. And it's gonna be just really lively. And this movie is red hot. So you gotta be part of this. The virtual premiere. And same price as a movie ticket. So you actually get a little bit more and for the same price. Now, we're in such a surreal time in our society where, you know, I've got this movie, and yet I can't discuss the topic of the movie on this podcast. It is downright crazy. Why? Because this podcast is automatically uploaded to Facebook. It is posted on YouTube and as of course, on rumble. But YouTube is, of course, the problem, not rumble. And so it's almost like we're living in a Soviet type system where you have to speak in a kind of code, or address topics that don't frontally deal with the topic at hand, but kind of work around them. So I thought I would talk today about mules and donkeys. And the relationship between the two. By the way, a relationship very closely established in the movie. Or to put it somewhat differently, the donkeys are deploying the mules. Now, by the way, some of you were like, what's a mule? And really, a mule is a cross between a horse and a donkey. That's how you get a mule. And but of course, the term has a different meaning, it's used commonly, of course, in drug trafficking. And sex trafficking human trafficking, so the mule is sort of the goal between the mule is the guy who sort of does the delivery. And Catherine engelbrecht, who is the founder of true. The vote had a kind of clever idea and her idea was, hey, we're talking about trafficking also. It's different kind of trafficking. So she applied this term mules to ballot trafficking. Now, what are the donkeys come into this? Well, that's kind of pretty obvious. And that is when you look at history, I just want to take a bit of a snapshot of history. The Democrats historically are, in fact, the party of voter fraud going back to the days of tammany hall. And if you read books about the tammany era, the Democrats figured out that their best target of opportunity. This is the point that in each era there's a vulnerability, a target of opportunity. Today, it is the privately funded mail in drop boxes. It's the sort of avalanche of ballots that go, well, in the tammany days, it was the immigrants. Because the immigrants at that time basically, you just have to show up in America and you were legal. There wasn't really a process you had to go through the country, of course, had large parts of it that were unsettled as yet. And so immigration was basically a kind of show up and you're here. And so as the immigrants came marching off the boat in the classic form, they were the Democrats waiting to meet them with, you know, ballot forms. Hey, you know what sign here? Don't worry about a thing. We'll take care of the rest of it. And by the way, here are some money to buy a bottle of liquor or go see my friend so and so he might give you a job on the dock for a few hours a day. So you see that the formula is being cultivated a 150 years ago. In some ways, the things that we deal with don't change all that much. Maybe they change in the way that they're implemented, I think what's particularly remarkable remarkable about this movie is it's dealing with practices that are really old. Now it's busting them in new ways using technology. So the technology is not in the act itself. It's the donkeys aren't using the technology. In fact, the elephant cell, we are, we're using the technology to bust the donkeys for deploying the meals. I think you can sort of see what I'm getting at here, but it's really exciting to be able to make such a, such a contribution. To this critical debate at this critical time, I say toward the end of the movie that free and fair elections are, they're the bedrock of democracy without free and fair elections were really not a democracy. We're sort of a criminal cartel masquerading as a democracy. Have.

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The Close and Curious Relationship Between Mules and Donkeys

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:22 min | 2 weeks ago

The Close and Curious Relationship Between Mules and Donkeys

"I thought I would talk today about mules and donkeys. And the relationship between the two. By the way, a relationship very closely established in the movie. Or to put it somewhat differently, the donkeys are deploying the mules. Now, by the way, some of you were like, what's a mule? And really, a mule is a cross between a horse and a donkey. That's how you get a mule. And but of course, the term has a different meaning, it's used commonly, of course, in drug trafficking. And sex trafficking human trafficking, so the mule is sort of the goal between the mule is the guy who sort of does the delivery. And Catherine engelbrecht, who is the founder of true. The vote had a kind of clever idea and her idea was, hey, we're talking about trafficking also. It's different kind of trafficking. So she applied this term mules to ballot trafficking. Now, what are the donkeys come into this? Well, that's kind of pretty obvious. And that is when you look at history, I just want to take a bit of a snapshot of history. The Democrats historically are, in fact, the party of voter fraud going back to the days of tammany hall. And if you read books about the tammany era, the Democrats figured out that their best target of opportunity. This is the point that in each era there's a vulnerability, a target of opportunity. Today, it is the privately funded mail in drop boxes. It's the sort of avalanche of ballots that go, well, in the tammany days, it was the immigrants. Because the immigrants at that time basically, you just have to show up in America and you were legal. There wasn't really a process you had to go through the country, of course, had large parts of it that were unsettled as yet. And so immigration was basically a kind of show up and you're here. And so as the immigrants came marching off the boat in the classic form, they were the Democrats waiting to meet them with, you know, ballot forms. Hey, you know what sign here? Don't worry about a thing. We'll take care of the rest of it. And by the way, here are some money to buy a bottle of liquor or go see my friend so and so he might give you a job on the dock for a few hours a day. So you see that the formula is being cultivated a 150 years

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How Did US Elections Become So Fraudulent? Dinesh D'Souza Explains

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:08 min | 2 weeks ago

How Did US Elections Become So Fraudulent? Dinesh D'Souza Explains

"Though the level of criminal activity, it is nothing less than astonishing. When I saw the film and I have the privilege of being in the film because with me, a number of Salem radio hosts were in the film commenting on some of the information that we saw. But I just have to tell you, it is the level of crime that's astonishing to me. Now, this is not just a couple of people. This is something that was thoroughly planned involved thousands of people, thousands of people. How is it possible that we could live in a country where something like this has happened? I mean, the fact that you have it, you have the videotapes. You have all of the evidence. This is not conjecture. I wish it were. Part of me wishes it were, you know, and just an idea. But there's no question it happened. But my question to you is, how is it possible that this level of criminal activity fraud with the U.S. election could have happened in our lifetimes? How do we get to this place? I think I can answer that in two different levels. One is that a lot of the let's call institutional guardrails of our society have come crumbling down. We can't trust the FBI to investigate. We find secretaries of state who colluded in, let's just say, you know, reducing the signature requirements of the bank, which actually made it much easier to forge checks at the bank. So what you have is a whole political party, the Democrats who have traditionally, by the way, have been the party of voter fraud. They've been doing voter fraud since tammany hall in the 19th century. I think what makes the 2020 election different is there was a massive ramping up of the mail in ballots. And so this absentee ballot fraud, which is the most common type of fraud, normally affected two or 3% of an election because it was a small number of votes, but now you suddenly had large numbers of votes being cast by mail, the opportunity for ramping up the fraud became huge, and the Democrats couldn't avoid succumbing to the temptation.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on VolumesOfValue Podcast

VolumesOfValue Podcast

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on VolumesOfValue Podcast

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"tammany hall" Discussed on VolumesOfValue Podcast

VolumesOfValue Podcast

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on VolumesOfValue Podcast

"So wasn't how read up both welcome volumes of value presents insightful reviews of nonfiction books expand your horizon with our select list of books which impact society this episode reviews plunkett of timothy hall subtitles. A series of very plain talks on very practical politics. Delivered by ex-senator. George washington plunkett the tammy philosopher from his rostrum. The new york county courthouse boot. Black stand by william l. Reared are donors are i r. d. a. n. published nineteen five download available at archive dot org a r. C. h. i. v. e. dot org above the author george washington plunkett born eighteen forty two died nineteen. Twenty four was an american politician from new york. State who served at both houses the new york state legislature. He was a leader of tammany hall political organization timothy hall also known as the society of st. tammany the sons of saint tammany or the colombian was a new york city political organization founded in seventeen eighty six and incorporated. Seventeen eighty nine as the tammany society. It became a main local political machine of the democratic party and played a major role in controlling new york city in new york state. Politics and helping immigrants. Mostly the irish rise in american politics from the seventeen ninety days to the nineteen sixties it typically control democratic party nominations and political patronage in manhattan after the mayoral victory of fernando wood in eighteen fifty four and use its patronage resources to build loyal well rewarded core of district and precinct pointers after eighteen fifty. The great majority were irish. Catholics democratic machines flourished in each of the boroughs would tell me hall event at most prominent from nineteen o two until his death in nineteen twenty four. Charles francis murphy was tammy's boss murphy wanted to clean up tammy's in which.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Do you know by the way who started Tammany Hall believe it was Aaron Burr, the guy who shot Alexander Hamilton. So this thing goes back a long way. And it was what was controlling votes in New York City for decades. Decades. Totally corrupt, totally corrupt machine. And the fraud has changed. But the fact that fraud exists has not What's what's different is back then. Was it Nast? I believe it was Thomas Nast, the famed political cartoonist. Who was just calling attention to tweeds, corruption and the Tammany machine politics that were stealing election. Now you've got the media just turning the other way. They're just look English. I no no fraud, no fraud. I'm finding direct evidence of vote fraud in nursing homes across the state. Nobody seems to care. We've got a Wisconsin Elections commission that is operating exactly like the Tammany Hall Political machine of yesteryear. Just changing the rules as they see fit to benefit the Democrat machine. Nobody seems to care. We're told to just move on. Donald Trump lost and you guys are just sour grapes or whatnot and pedaling and baseless conspiracy theories. Okay, disprove a single thing I said. Disprove a single statute that I'm citing that the Wisconsin Elections Commission is ignoring And recognize that folks. This isn't about Donald Trump. All right. This isn't about this presidential election. This to me, at least, is far, far deeper. This is a systemic problem in American democracy that we all talk about how we don't want to undermine democracy don't want under my wound. Donald Trump Talking is undermining democracy can undermine democracy. What the hell undermines democracy, more than an elections commission and local clerks that are violating the laws set forth by the people's elected representatives and signed into law by the people's governor to protect the people's vote. We haven't had free and fair elections since apparently 2015 since before the Wisconsin Elections Commission decided that hey, we're just going to ignore the law, and we're going to run our own little fiefdom. And you know what? Meghan Wolf is going to be our new elections, overlord and all bow behind before Lady Meghan. Uh, off House W E. C. I just I'm tired of this. And I'm tired of being the lone voice in the wilderness. It seems I mean producer Dave has got to be the most board producer in the history of talk radio because I'd been screaming about this stuff for a year. For more than a year since literal Dave. What was it September October. When we were teetering towards a lawsuit on the movers list. The 230 some 1000 names. I just saw a story and Wisconsin public radio. It's 258,000 names. There's a discrepancy on how many names because it's so many. We don't know how many names are on this movers list. It's a public record. This is literal public records stuff, the Wisconsin Elections Commission refusing to let anybody look at it. Public record. It would cost literally $0.0 to set up a spreadsheet because this is already all of these names are already at issue in several lawsuits. Right, So they've already got the names. They're already itemized. Just release it to the public and let us.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Flynn should be freed. Joe Biden is proving that the Logan Act is nonsense. Ted Cruz took Andrew McCabe to task on this Joe Biden's making phone calls here and there. And think of this, you know, at least is admitting it, And he should also be saying, Hey, by the way, let that Flinn guy to jail. Right of home arrest or But I have Pencils and look all love to this. I've heard Ken Matthews, also guest house for Rush Talkabout, this beloved state. Philadelphia is famous. For Tammany Hall type politics. I stay away Election supervisors poll watchers Don't you dare look at the ballots were counting They ignored supreme quarters twice. The pattern's stand out. Because They're artificial. When you see on the way to work. Traffic has slowed. You could be five exits. From your home or from your office. And you go. Oh, Something unnatural has occurred. Like a rash in someone's face. Maybe it's a sickness. Maybe they slept on their pillow the wrong way. If we don't find out If this doesn't go through the full legal process. I'm afraid this country will come apart. It's up to us to help push for that and think. Oh, Lord. The president is fighting back. Todd Herman in for Rush Limbaugh on the Abbey Network. When you read the Limbo letter, you're prepped a combat liberal badness because they'll rush.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:45 min | 1 year 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 KGO 810

KGO 810

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on KGO 810

"And why society it's a political organization that dated back to the eighteenth century and control the local machinery of the Democratic Party yes and it was highly corrupt yes but it seems today that everyone is so intense that they've forgotten our modern history which would have passed out and we're in some sort of disruption of everybody's mind and so if we could just bring some prominence to our history maybe today would not be so heated and we could see it for what it is well okay I I appreciate your comments Karen I'm not sure dad necessarily how going back to Tammany Tammany Hall the horde corruption the took place there it was just it was unbelievable it was in New York City for people who don't know that's where Tammany Hall was centered I'm not sure how that would necessarily pertain to what we're talking about today what we're talking about today should be a sober reflection on what's going on with the impeachment of the president of the United States has been impeached in the house of representatives he faces trial right now in the Senate the people who are arguing right now are arguing for a Senate rules that would ensure of complete trial a fair trial a trial that allows witnesses to come forward a trial that allows witnesses who may not have appeared before but witnesses who are now available like John Bolton or to have the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court to subpoena such witnesses as would be appropriate to to this trial one of the things the Senate as indicated is that if these witnesses are called and they recognize that some of the Republicans also want witnesses that they would have to be deposed behind closed doors before they would ever be allowed to appear before the public and to testify in this impeachment trial it's just seems as if if you want to have this trial actually determine if the president of the United States committed offenses that were so egregious the impeachable offenses for which he was impeached of for which the articles were sent over by the house of representatives if they were so egregious as to cause him to be convicted and removed from office that is what this Senate needs to consider and part of that has to go with the additional information that has come forward since the articles of impeachment were voted on and the information the evidence that they were not given access to because the president obstructed them from being able access those documents and those witnesses it could mean that what they consider in the Senate prove even more egregious than what the house voted on when they passed the articles we'll be right back you're listening to KGO their stint on KGO eight ten.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Tammany Hall sacks continues by closing them on Sunday he can strip the democratic machine of its favor meeting places we are told the New York evening sun I do not deal with public sentiment I deal with the law but his actions caused enormous controversy we now know that it was really hard immigrants who were working six days a week and these saloons were about like bars you go slamming your down and they were social clubs of the time people were rightly offended by this and knowing that the rich have access to all of their private clubs but the the regular citizens of New York and are particularly German American immigrants were being singled out by the enforcement of this law on Sunday June twenty third eighteen ninety five Roosevelt to play more than two thousand officers to monitor about eight thousand saloons across New York publisher signal their compliance by raising their window shades trivial empty bar rooms the campaign deprived to thousands of new Yorkers a relaxing beer on their only day off from work but some found a way around the excise law anchors traveled all the way to Coney Island in Brooklyn which was a separate city until eighteen ninety eight and outside tears jurisdiction others tried to enter someone through the side door but many were turned away the next Saturday mers strong in Roseville give a press conference on the steps of city hall a large crowd of German American residents who traditionally drink beer at family gatherings on Sundays denounced tears enforcement is too broad it was unfair they said for vice ridden saloons and wholesome family picnics to be caught in the same that moreover German immigrants as a whole supporting their strong and felt betrayed ready to Zack's auto Kempner a leader in the German American community shouted only begets could enforce such laws it is an asinine exercise of authority T. R. word back do people want me to enforce the law only a little bit a little teeny bit I do not know how to do such a thing and I shall not begin to learn now the disagreement looks like it will come to a head in September eighteen ninety five about thirty thousand German Americans turned out for a huge parade of Lexington Avenue to celebrate liberty and beer one of the organizers trolled police commissioner Roosevelt with a formal invitations the festivities more as a taunt or a joke according to Zacks but they evidently didn't know T. are very well my favorite of all the stories this one is invited to the German American parade any goes even though they didn't really want to come they just wanted to stop him so it goes and he's up there and he's watching the whole parade and some guy in the group he calls up all this stuff for those of you who don't speak German that's where is Roosevelt and it's sort of like docking uses it's been here which translates to here I am here I am any kind of turned in a row hello like the guy so much courage of Israel gave me so willing to do that stuff also for the city's rampant prostitution unlike his peers he believes the male customers were as much a part of the problem as the female workers in his autobiography he wrote public opinion and the law should combine to hunt down the flagrant man swine himself hunts down poor or silly or unprotected girls our duty to achieve the same moral level for the two sexes must be performed by raising the level for the man not by lowering it for the woman as with the saloons corruption in the police department allowed a legal brothels remain open for business Roosevelt fired at least one officer for negligence in enforcing laws against prostitution but some newspaper editorials accuse result of prudish heavy handedness the New York mercury call the officers firing as gross an active in just as as was ever seen at a Massachusetts witch burning and said Roosevelt was a blue blooded Knickerbocker puritan gone to seed a minor scandal ensued when an officer arrested a young woman who is nearly lost in asking a man for directions on suspicion of being a prostitute newspapers protest at the besmirching of an innocent girls honor by an overzealous police force she was acquitted of the charges and Roosevelt suffered an embarrassing defeat an attempt to regain the moral high ground by raiding the city's most elegant brothel also backfired Roosevelt's would not be dissuaded.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Tammany Hall sacks continues by closing them on Sunday he could strip the democratic machine of its favor meeting places T. R. told the New York evening sun I do not deal with public sentiment I deal with the law but his actions caused enormous controversy we now know that it was really hard immigrants who were working six days a week and these saloons were about like bars you go slough if you're down in there were social clubs of the time people were rightly offended by this and knowing that the rich have access to all of their private clubs but the the regular citizens of New York and are particularly German American immigrants were being singled out by the enforcement of this law on Sunday June twenty third eighteen ninety five Roosevelt to play more than two thousand officers to monitor about eight thousand saloons across New York public owner signal their compliance by raising their window shades trivial empty bar rooms the campaign deprived to thousands of new Yorkers of a relaxing beer on their only day off from work but some found a way around the excise law anchors traveled all the way to Coney Island in Brooklyn which was a separate city until eighteen ninety eight and outside tears jurisdiction others tried to enter someone through the side door but many were turned away the next Saturday mers strong and Roosevelt gave a press conference on the steps of city hall a large crowd of German American residents who traditionally drink beer at family gatherings on Sundays denounced tears enforcement is too broad it was unfair they said for vice ridden saloons and wholesome family picnics to be caught in the same net moreover German immigrants as a whole supporting their strong and felt betrayed ready to Zack's auto Kempner a leader in the German American community shouted only begets could enforce such laws it is an asinine exercise of authority T. R. word back you people want me to enforce the law only a little bit a little teeny bit I do not know how to do such a thing and I shall not begin to learn now the disagreement looks like it will come to a head in September eighteen ninety five about thirty thousand German Americans turned out for a huge parade of Lexington Avenue to celebrate liberty and beer one of the organizers trolled police commissioner Roosevelt with a formal invitations the festivities more is a time for a joke according to Zacks but they evidently didn't know T. are very well my favorite of all the stories this one is invited to the German American parade any goes even though they didn't really want to come they just wanted to stop him so it goes and he's up there and he's watching the whole parade and some guys in the group he calls up all this stuff for those of you who don't speak German that's where is Roosevelt and it's sort of like docking uses them here which translates to here I am here I am any kind of turned it around hello the guy has so much courage of Israel gave me so willing to do this stuff also fought the city's rampant prostitution unlike his peers he believes the male customers were as much a part of the problem as the female workers in his autobiography he wrote public opinion and the law should combine to hunt down the flagrant man swine who himself hunts down poor or silly or unprotected girls our duty to achieve the same moral level for the two sexes must be performed by raising the level for the man not by lowering it for the woman as with the saloons corruption in the police department allowed a legal brothels remain open for business Roosevelt fired at least one officer for negligence in enforcing laws against prostitution but some newspaper editorials accuse result of prudish heavy handedness the New York mercury call the officers firing as gross an active in just as as was ever seen at a Massachusetts which burning inside Roosevelt was a blue blooded Knickerbocker puritan gone to seed a minor scandal ensued when an officer arrested a young woman who is nearly lost in asking a man for directions on suspicion of being a prostitute newspapers protest at the best marching of an innocent girls honor by an overzealous police force she was acquitted of the charges and Roosevelt suffered an embarrassing defeat an attempt to regain the moral high ground by raiding the city's most elegant brothel also backfired Roosevelt's would not be dissuaded if.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on 710 WOR

"For Tammany Hall sacks continues by closing them on Sunday he could strip the democratic machine of its favor meeting places we are told the New York evening sun I do not deal with public sentiment I deal with the law but his actions caused enormous controversy we now know that it was really hard immigrants who were working six days a week and these saloons were about like bars you go slamming your down and they were social clubs of the time people were rightly offended by this and knowing that the rich have access to all of their private clubs but the the regular citizens of New York and are particularly German American immigrants were being singled out by the enforcement of this law on Sunday June twenty third eighteen ninety five Roosevelt deployed more than two thousand officers to monitor about eight thousand saloons across New York pub owners signal their compliance by raising their window shades trivial empty bar rooms the campaign deprived thousands of new Yorkers are relaxing beer on their only day off from work but some found a way around the excise law anchors traveled all the way to Coney Island in Brooklyn which was a separate city until eighteen ninety eight and outside tears jurisdiction others tried to enter someone through the side door but many were turned away the next Saturday mer strong in Roseville give a press conference on the steps of city hall a large crowd of German American residents who traditionally drink beer at family gatherings on Sundays denounced tears enforcement is too broad it was unfair they said for vice ridden saloons and wholesome family picnics to be caught in the same that moreover German immigrants as a whole supporting their strong and felt betrayed thirty two sacks auto Kempner a leader in the German American community shouted only begets could enforce such laws it is an asinine exercise of authority T. R. word back you people want me to enforce the law only a little bit a little teeny bit I do not know how to do such a thing and I shall not begin to learn now the disagreement looks like it will come to a head in September eighteen ninety five about thirty thousand German Americans turned out for a huge parade of Lexington Avenue to celebrate liberty and beer one of the organizers trolled police commissioner Roosevelt with a formal invitations the festivities more is a time for a joke according to Zacks but they evidently didn't know T. are very well my favorite of all the stories this one is invited to the German American parade of any goes even though they didn't really want to come they just wanted to stop him so it goes and he's up learn is watching the whole parade and then some guy in the group he calls out all the stops for those of you who don't speak German that's where is Roosevelt and it's sort of like docking uses it's been here which translates to here I am here I am any kind of turned in a row hello like the guy so much courage in Israel gave me so willing to do that stuff also for the city's rampant prostitution unlike his peers he believes the male customers were as much a part of the problem as the female workers in his autobiography he wrote public opinion and the law should combine to hunt down the flagrant man swine himself hunts down poor or silly or unprotected girls our duty to achieve the same moral level for the two sexes must be performed by raising the level for the man not by lowering it for the woman as with the saloons corruption in the police department allowed a legal brothels remain open for business Roosevelt fired at least one officer for negligence in enforcing laws against prostitution but some newspaper editorials accuse result of prudish heavy handedness the New York mercury call the officers firing as gross an active in just as as was ever seen at a Massachusetts witch burning and said Roosevelt was a blue blooded Knickerbocker puritan gone to seed a minor scandal ensued when an officer arrested a young woman who is nearly lost in asking a man for directions on suspicion of being a prostitute newspapers protest at the best merging of an innocent girls honor by an overzealous police force she was acquitted of the charges and Roosevelt suffered an embarrassing defeat an attempt to regain the moral high ground by raiding the city's most elegant brothel also backfired Roosevelt.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on KTOK

"Another for Tammany Hall this is sacks peculiarly continues hard to do by closing when we them deal on Sunday with such a matter he as could strip corruption the democratic machine of personally its favor I meeting am places inclined to think that in public T. life R. told the New we York are on evening the whole sun a little I better do not and deal not a with little public worse sentiment than we were thirty I deal years ago with the law when I was serving but his in actions the New York caused legislature enormous controversy I think we the now conditions know that it are was really a hard little better immigrants in national who were and state working six and days in a week municipal and these saloons politics were about doubtless like there are bars points you go slamming in which they your are down worse and they were social and clubs there is of an the time enormous people amount were of needs rightly reformation offended by this and but knowing it does that the seem rich to me have as access if all to the all whole of their private thing clubs said slightly improved but the the regular citizens of New York worse and are particularly things genuinely German better American after immigrants were his reforms being are people singled safer out with a healthier by were they more the enforcement politically of this law aware of what on was Sunday happening June twenty third eighteen ninety I think five that Roosevelt to play for many more people than the two jury thousand is still officers out did to he monitor make our about food eight supply thousand safer saloons across New York I think that publisher there's signal a modest their compliance debate about by that raising did their he window bring shades attention trivial to the problem empty bar of rooms a nation this the no campaign longer deprived agricultural thousands of new Yorkers and self a relaxing sufficient beer on their yes only day and off and from do we work now largely but some agree found a way with around them indeed the excise law every drug drinkers has to traveled be valid all the way to Coney all Island foods in Brooklyn are monitored which was a separate city until we eighteen go farther ninety and eight farther and Thomas outside the and tears labeling jurisdiction to attritional labeling others tried so to enter on swing we through offer the side many door libertarian but many pointed were turned to away a nanny state the next of Saturday the nanny mer state strong was and Roosevelt inaugurated give a press conference in large on the steps part by of city hall the arousal a large Roselle crowd of German believe American that an advanced residents who urban traditionally industrial drink country beer at family gatherings there on has Sundays to be an end to denounced the that's looking tears out enforcement for is people too broad and for it was small unfair companies they said for vice are and ridden for the saloons have nots and wholesome family picnics and that to be caught would be in the same whether net we like it or not moreover this government German immigrants and as a whole we supporting shouldn't wring their our strong hands and about felt we betrayed should just make sure that government is Zacks honest auto Kempner that the people a leader are in ethical the German American community shouted standards are being only evenly begets could applied enforce such that we laws study things before it is an asinine we just slap exercise solutions of authority on them I think Roosevelt T. R. word was back right about you people so want me you to can enforce make the libertarian the law case only a against little rolls bit out of people a little do teeny but I bit think on the whole I do not know he how to and do all your such rated a thing modernity and I shall not begin to in learn a world now where the the disagreement stakes are so looks hot like it will come to a head in September eighteen ninety five about thirty thousand German Americans turned out for a huge parade of Lexington Avenue to celebrate liberty and beer one of the organizers history trolled verse is hosted police by commissioner me Roosevelt Erin McCarthy with a formal invitations this episode the festivities was written by kat long more as with a taunt research by or a me joke according kat to Zacks long and Michael saga Rolo but they evidently Joe weakened didn't know voice T. T. are R. very in this episode well my favorite of all the the executive stories this producers one is are invited Erin McCarthy to the German Julie American Douglas parade and Tyler claiming of any the supervising goes even producer though is Dylan Fagan they didn't really want to the come show was they edited just wanted by to Dylan Fagan stop and him low Brilhante so it goes and he's up learn special is thanks watching the to whole clay parade Jenkins and and some guys in the to learn.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"For Tammany Hall sacks continues by closing them on Sunday he could strip the democratic machine of its favor meeting places T. R. told the New York evening sun I do not deal with public sentiment I deal with the law but his actions caused enormous controversy we now know that it was really hard immigrants who were working six days a week and these saloons were about like bars you go slash your down and they were social clubs of the time people were rightly offended by this and knowing that the rich have access to all of their private clubs but the the regular citizens of New York and are particularly German American immigrants were being singled out by the enforcement of this law on Sunday June twenty third eighteen ninety five Roosevelt deployed more than two thousand officers to monitor about eight thousand saloons across New York publisher signal their compliance by raising their window shades trivial empty bar rooms the campaign deprived to thousands of new Yorkers of a relaxing beer on their only day off from work but some found a way around the excise law anchors traveled all the way to Coney Island in Brooklyn which was a separate city until eighteen ninety eight and outside tears jurisdiction others tried to enter someone through the side door but many were turned away the next Saturday mer strong and Roosevelt give a press conference on the steps of city hall a large crowd of German American residents who traditionally drink beer at family gatherings on Sundays denounced tears enforcement is too broad it was unfair they said for vice ridden saloons and wholesome family picnics to be caught in the same net moreover German immigrants as a whole supporting their strong and felt betrayed Zacks auto Kempner a leader in the German American community shouted only begets could enforce such laws it is an asinine exercise of authority T. R. word back you people want me to enforce the law only a little bit a little teeny bit I do not know how to do such a thing and I shall not begin to learn now the disagreement looks like it will come to a head in September eighteen ninety five about thirty thousand German Americans turned out for a huge parade of Lexington Avenue to celebrate liberty and beer one of the organizers trolled police commissioner Roosevelt with a formal invitation to the festivities more as a taunt or a joke according to Zacks but they evidently didn't know T. are very well my favorite of all the stories is when he's invited to the German American parade of any goes even though they didn't really want to come they just wanted to stop him so it goes and he's up there and he's watching the whole parade and some guys in the group he calls out all the stops for those of you who don't speak German that's where is Roosevelt and it's sort of like docking uses them here which translates to here I am here I am any kind of turned in a row hello the guy has so much courage of Israel gave me so willing to do this stuff also fought the city's rampant prostitution unlike his peers he believes the male customers were as much a part of the problem as the female workers in his autobiography he wrote public opinion and the law should combine to hunt down the flagrant man swine who himself hunts down poor or silly or unprotected girls our duty to achieve the same moral level for the two sexes must be performed by raising the level for the man not by lowering it for the woman as with the saloons corruption in the police department allowed a legal brothels remain open for business Roosevelt fired at least one officer for negligence in enforcing laws against prostitution but some newspaper editorials accuse result of prudish heavy handedness the New York mercury call the officers firing as gross an active in just as as was ever seen at a Massachusetts which burning inside Roosevelt was a blue blooded Knickerbocker puritan gone to seed a minor scandal in Sudan and officer arrested a young woman who is nearly lost in asking a man for directions on suspicion of being a prostitute newspapers protest at the best marching of an innocent girls honor by an overzealous police force she was acquitted of the charges and Roosevelt suffered an embarrassing defeat an attempt to regain the moral high ground by raiding the city's most elegant brothel also backfired.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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

Colleen and Bradley

00:49 sec | 2 years 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 KGO 810

KGO 810

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on KGO 810

"It's it's an awful story I mean our policy well as I say our politicians worse or is it just all catching up with them but I think it's just all catching up with them this kind of stuff was going to pens are there's worse than what because you can go down to back to Tammany Hall that was pretty bad. yeah but that was mostly money I mean we're doing yeah find and things now like well in in the news the same day there's a Pennsylvania state state rep who had the child **** on his phone okay got caught because he he downloaded it from tumblr we're a bunch of other people rebel go ahead what what weight what's this and they call people called the police and the police came and good he said we've been going through some of. personal troubles yeah right that explains it so now suddenly your sexual Ising children that's just not right yeah Alex what I don't know that but this ed Boks story is just really Arafat is horrifying so that's are going to talk about and you know do you just get two free murders before charges are brought it's kind of odd it it kind of reeks of Jeffrey obscene thing. very much yeah all right Pat Thurston and if you haven't heard about this case you should be galvanizing talk radio coming up here I thank you so much for bringing me into your your cars do you might do something something about that stuff in the passenger seat I'll see again down the road and pets Nixon KGO. Gigi Sunday night his take on the Steelers begin at twelve twenty five.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Fall veteran journalist Tammany Hall host her own talk show and she talked with ABC news entertainment correspondent Jason Nathan said about what viewers can expect to see and the tough but important conversations that are going to take place we're gonna see what is this add to the world of talk shows oh my gosh you know what I think that it's not in addition to the world talk show it's an extension I grew up watching all the traditional shows from Phil Donahue I love Mike Douglas I still watch on YouTube episodes over of course and even what we see now with Alan and I believe that we have a opening after twenty five years in this business and at one point in time I think I did six different TV shows at the same time I was on the today show and is in the sea I was with the sister wives deadline crime I'm jumping out of a helicopter bear Grylls then I pop up on your TV at Macy's fourth of July so we created a shot I believe that brings all of those elements to the table and now I'm a mom yeah but I was also not allow for a long time and I know how that feels as a woman to be measured in that prison and I'm also from Texas and I happen to live in some of the greatest cities in this country so we are bringing in this journey that I've experienced and what it's taught me which is truly that we are all going through the same thing in so many ways I felt lonely at different times I felt that the back was against my back was against the wall and then I would meet people who are going through the same thing and that's what we're doing being from Texas what are your thoughts when you see something that specially with something happen in your home state listen I have been doing this for twenty five years and it is heartbreaking and that's not it I don't know if there's a word that can capture it doesn't hurt me more that it was.

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"tammany hall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 3 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 KCRW

KCRW

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"tammany hall" Discussed on KCRW

"Is or is not in power. We have a Messier process, but one that at least includes more people, so that's a very standard. Critique the old political machines excluded people. And if you want to bring people in you've got to demolish, the sort of standard political order, I think it's a red herring. I actually think it's wrong the evidence from political science shows that political machines like Tammany hall. We're really good at bringing new people into politics. They would go to immigrants virtually on the dock and say, hey, don't you want to be a democrat, don't you wanna come and do this? And that they were always scout. Outing for new groups. There were good actually at bringing them in. Of course, the power structure in America. Excluded women and gays like me. For many generations. But that wasn't the fault of the intermediaries. That was the fault of the power structure, right? The intermediaries were also the victims of that. So actually, I think what we've done with the current system is in many ways made it easier for factional minorities, like special interest to get control of the nominating process. But I think we can have an open system that's also capable of solving problems for people. I don't think those things are mutually exclusive. So how would that work in a system where we know that the power structure is still whether we're looking at corporate America or political America it is more diverse, but obviously still run by white Americans, mostly male. How does that not just revert back to form? Well, us Nancy Pelosi the leader of. The democratic house in some ways until there's a candidate the leader of the Democratic Party is is female, and a very very good old fashioned politician, certainly on the democratic side, you're seeing massive generational change and massive demographic change, and that's a good thing. But those people also need tools, Nancy, Pelosi's got a really tough job holding that caucus together and moving ahead productively in a very difficult environment. So she needs tool. So the point you're making isn't really that relevant whoever's in office, regardless of whether it's inclusive or not as inclusive those people need tools to do their jobs. Would it be enough as some members of congress say privately, but would never say publicly to just bring back? Your Marx would doing something like that be enough to bring some order to what looks like a completely disorderly congress earmarks would. Be helpful. They would be one tool, but let's not kid ourselves. They would be you know, an incremental step.

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