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Mike Chats With Chad Prather, Republican Candidate for Texas Governor

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 1 d ago

Mike Chats With Chad Prather, Republican Candidate for Texas Governor

"I was first introduced to Chad pray that when I heard about his book, am I crazy and unapologetic patriot takes on the insanity of today's woke world. He's our kind of person. Chad prather is an American conservative political commentator, comedian and Internet personality. That's the official bio. He's also a Texas gubernatorial candidate and been described as sort of a modern day Will Rogers. Chad has great meaning and thanks for joining us here on the Mike Gallagher show. How you doing? Hey, Mike, it's good to be with you. I'm a big fan of the show love what you do. I appreciate you having me on. Well, I'm a big fan of your show and your work as well. Your podcast is terrific. And your book, two thirds of the way through because I need some affirmation that I'm not the crazy one. My late wife Denise used to say, we had a running joke. If you're crazy, do you know it? And I think it's a fair question. So when, for example, the New York City council votes unanimously to remove the statue of Thomas Jefferson because he owned slaves. When Lori Lightfoot poses maskless in a crowd full of people indoors violating her own mask mandate, all these things that keep happening over and over again, you and I know they're crazy, but Chad the $64,000 question for you as we begin this conversation, do they know they're crazy? I think the asylums are empty, Mike, I think they're running the street, not just running the street, but they're creating the policy and the culture we're living in. Unfortunately, we've given them a big voice. No, they don't know they're crazy. They think that this is their ideal. They think that they're doing something really good for the planet and doing things for the world that is absolving us all of our great sins of the past and history. Now, I think we're all at some level on the insanity spectrum. We have to be a little bit crazy just to make heads or tails of what we're seeing across the

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New York City Will Remove Thomas Jefferson Statue From City Hall

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:47 sec | 2 d ago

New York City Will Remove Thomas Jefferson Statue From City Hall

"The black Latino and Asian caucus of New York City, the city council's black Latino and Asian caucus demanded the Thomas Jefferson statue be removed. If you're Asian, what do you care about Thomas Jefferson? If you're Latino, why do you care about Thomas Jefferson? If you're black, why do you care about Thomas Jefferson? He's dead. A lot of the founding fathers own slaves. Slavery is terrible. You want to erase? The author of our Declaration of Independence? My gosh.

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The 1619 Project Lies About the Founding Fathers and Slavery

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | Last month

The 1619 Project Lies About the Founding Fathers and Slavery

"The book is debunking the sixteen nineteen project and boy does it need debunking. It is preposterous. It's being pushed out there Mary you were You you are a resident fellow at the alexander. Hamilton institute for the study of western civilization. I learned i think only last night watching rick. Burns's nineteen ninety nine nine hundred ninety nine documentary about new york that alexander hamilton one of our founding fathers. He was very active in ending slavery. In his this is over two hundred years ago so again the sixteen nineteen project access though. That never happened exactly and another thing. Is i spend a considerable bowl amount of time on. Thomas jefferson one of the big lies of the sixteen. Nineteen project is that he never intended to abolish slavery. Now thomas jefferson owned hundreds of slaves. He was born into a slave owning family but even for him. That is completely false. He spent his life trying to figure out a way to end slavery peacefully how to how to avoid a civil war he saw that coming and so is completely false to even charge. Thomas jefferson with wanting to continue slavery. That is completely false. It may not be in the way that nicole. Hannah jones in the other riders. What have it which was to start a communist revolution. But he was someone who did want to abolish slavery peacefully.

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The Time Has Come to Reclaim the American Republic

Mark Levin

02:01 min | Last month

The Time Has Come to Reclaim the American Republic

"The time has come to reclaim what is ours. As I write in American Marxism. What is ours, the American Republic from those who seek to destroy it. If we expect others to rescue our nation for us, as we go about our daily lives as mere observers to what is transpiring Or close our eyes and ears to current events. We will lose the struggle and yes, it's a struggle. We've allowed the American Marxists to define who we are as a people. They d famous land. Our ancestors in history and trash have founding documents and principles. They're mostly reprobates who hate the country. And have contributed nothing to its betterment. Fact they live off the sweat and toil of others. You While they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining its sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. The ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx, whose writings are responsible for the enslavement. Impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protest stations from some in our society who embrace an advanced Marxism score ideas. But attempted disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. These are the useful idiots who occupy influential and leadership positions of the Democratic Party, media, academia, culture and so forth. But we must take solace and find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren Samuel Adams. John Hancock, Paul Revere, Tom Paine. To name just a few. And become energized and inspired by the wisdom and genius of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson. John Adams, James Madison.

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Should Discussions of Race Make It Into Our School Curriculum?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | Last month

Should Discussions of Race Make It Into Our School Curriculum?

"Only thing i'm saying is when you're teaching history to a bunch of kids you know you have to teach at all at least you have to teach the basic pointers and for black americans. The history of this country has been less than favourable. So i think that in the context of that discussion saying and to this day. We still have some problems with race. There are some legacies of slavery that still affect black people working on it today. Something like that. That's a kind of racial ization that i'm in favor of because it doesn't encourage stereotyping. It doesn't encourage discrimination. It just encourages a base awareness of some serious problems. So but that's not happening right. Is that largely what we're seeing through school districts like chicago And in washington. Dc and the entire california school system representing ten thousand schools and six million student. I've seen the of documents on those. Yeah it is that it. It doesn't have that kind of nuance and complexity that you just present right where it's eight. Let me just say this has that part of the kind of ark angel triumphant of the woke ism. Coalition is nicole. Hannah jones robin diangelo. Mex- and nicole hannah jones in particular right the author of the sixteen nineteen project She heretical says that america was founded on slavery. Right and so part okay with that but it's just not true. Depends on what you mean by found this. She defines this. She says the founding fathers were in favorite not true. George washington wasn't john adams wasn't john quincy. Adams wasn't thomas jefferson even signed a moratorium new slaves coming into the united states ben franklin chair and anti-slavery convention in seventeen seventy five. None of these guys were writing x. Positionally how wonderful slavery. This isn't being taught to third graders sixteen nineteen projects little new york op. Ed and you know it's not a see that's where you're wrong. The sixty nineteen projects being implemented at school district curriculum in thousands of school districts across grew. Cross it's not just like a podcast. This curriculum there are principles of the sixteen nineteen project that i think are defensible. First of all we as americans tend to think of the founding of our country as its legal founding. You know but the legal. Founding of the united states didn't really mean much for a slave.

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American Man Helping Afghans Settle in the U.S.

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

01:57 min | Last month

American Man Helping Afghans Settle in the U.S.

"This story is not from someone trying to escape from afghanistan. But someone who's trying to help others get out of afghanistan. My name is douglas drier and I'm just an ordinary american citizen that Believes in doing the right thing. So how is my understanding that you're doing some work to help some some afghan nationals Settle and get families here to the to the us. How did you get connected with them. I met One of the brothers About five years ago at the store he worked at and to get a military discount. I showed him my retired. Id and he basically said oh. I used to work for the dod also and from his accent. I could tell he was not a native american. We got to talking and he was an interesting person. A very kind nice person so i invited him to talk at my rotary club in falls church and he agreed and i helped him work out a powerpoint presentation he gave a talk at the rotary club but during one meeting and he also gave a talk at the thomas jefferson high school for science and technology interact club and he's really opened up with the high school students and had a very compelling and interesting story about his work in afghanistan for supporting our troops so needless to say you got to know him. He introduced you to other family members. I i'm assuming and At some point you got involved in trying to help them help. Other family members come to the. Us is that right correct.

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Was Lafayette Left out of the Cultural Spotlight? With Mike Duncan

Based On a True Story

02:08 min | 2 months ago

Was Lafayette Left out of the Cultural Spotlight? With Mike Duncan

"While i was preparing for our discussion today one thing that stood out to me is the sheer lack of movies or tv. Shows about or even including lafayette. If there's one thing we've pedia is good for its those lists where they show all the different cultural depictions from people and for lafayette. It has a whopping twenty four listings of movies. Tv shows or even songs that depict him. Why do you think he's been left out of the cultural spotlight. I went through the same thing that you did. Because i knew i was going to be coming on to do this. And talking about lafayette. You know in tv and movies and was like i don't actually remember him showing up that much I you know. I've i've seen him pop a few times. I think part of it is just like in the anglophone world like an english speaking world. there haven't been that many depictions even of just like the french revolution generally right and once lafayette leaves. The american revolution goes back to france. Most of his life and adventures are set in france and set against the backdrop of the french revolution. Which sure there have been some movies about that but it has never been like a recurring major source of movies and tv shows for the english. Speaking world i mean it's not like a western or even like pirate movies. And so if you're gonna if you're gonna get lafayette you're going to get him as a teenager in the american revolution and then even when you sort of like hone. In on the american revolution there are stories that are adjacent to events in the american revolutionary war of independence. But that even those are not exactly why a vibrant genre that keeps recurring. It's not like we keep going back and turning up but there's not like a movie every single year about the american revolution so he's already kind of confined to a spot that the historical imagination doesn't go back to actually give like if we were doing a show about Let's say the industrial revolution in britain. There's historical fiction set in industrial revolution britain. Every four months right there's always going to be a show about that. And so he's already kind of in a bit of a in a bit of a box and then he himself is just adjacent enough to kind of everything whether it's john adams or whether it's thomas jefferson or whether it's Ben franklin or george washington that he's always going to be just a very hillary character

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Would Any Other Great President Have Left Afghanistan?

Mark Levin

01:25 min | 2 months ago

Would Any Other Great President Have Left Afghanistan?

"Because what's happened here? Ladies and gentlemen will go down in history hundreds of years from now. Hundreds of years from now. Is one of the most Preposterous, appalling. Surrenders. By any superpower in history of mankind. We surrendered. I'm tired of these people who write to go on TV and so forth, and we never should have been there. We never should have been there. Really? We never should have been there. Almost 3000 of our people slaughtered. The Taliban. Give Al Qaeda safe haven Can you think of any president any great president who would have tolerated that from George Washington and Thomas Jefferson? The Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant. Theodore Roosevelt and Coolidge. Dwight Eisenhower and Ronald Reagan and beyond do you think they would have left? A terrorist cell. In a place where Americans were slaughtered. More deaths, as I recalled

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No President Cares About Free Speech - Joe Biden Included

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | 2 months ago

No President Cares About Free Speech - Joe Biden Included

"Do you think you believe biden was was actually elected and i'm i'm fairly certain we're going to see information to the contrary soon. Everybody will have to look at it. But let's say he was the question that i have because i know you have to go. Do you think that he and his administration genuinely care about free speech. Because i don't get the impression that he that that he in the office of the president who has this tremendous bully pulpit that he gives a fig about what we are talking about right now. I don't think it even crosses his mind with the minds of the people as administration. I think they're making it work for them. Which to me is the greater scandal. Well i know. Joe biden for now. It's forty years. I like him as a person. I think he the right man for the job at this point in time. He's helping the combination. But no president kicker free speech. Thomas jefferson before he became president said given a choice between a government without newspapers or newspaper without governments. I would surely pick newspapers without government. Then he was president and then he issued a different statement. He said if nobody read newspapers. We'd be better off in smarter and fairer than if people read newspapers. So no incumbents like the media particularly and joe biden himself. I think we'll support free speech. But they're going to be people in his administration. He's appointed some people who are radically on the left just the way Republicans have appointed. Sometimes people are radically on the right. We need to move more to the center. We need to move more to all the old debate between genuine liberals in genuine conservatives. Both of whom bull we freedom of speech. I used to debate bill buckley. All the time on his television she was a conservative. A liberal enjoyed each other. We ran for a drink after we got along. There was no cancelled culture. I crave for the days of bill. Buckley versus alan dershowitz. Instead of the kind of cancel culture we're experiencing

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Marxists Smear Our Great Revolutionaries, When Marxists Have Contributed Nothing to Society

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Marxists Smear Our Great Revolutionaries, When Marxists Have Contributed Nothing to Society

"They're mostly reprobates who hate the country in which they live. Have contributed nothing. So it's betterment. Indeed, they live off the sweat and toil of others while they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining and sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. Their ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx, whose writings are responsible. The enslavement, impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protestations from some in our society. Embrace an advanced Marxism score ideas. Attempt to disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. These are the useful idiots who occupy influential or leadership positions in the Democratic Party, media, academia, the culture and etcetera and I might add. Many in the Republican Party. But we must take solace and find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren. Samuel Adams. John Hancock. Paul Revere. Thomas Paine, to name a few. And become energized and spirited by the wisdom and genius of George Washington. Thomas Jefferson. John Adams. James Madison. Benjamin Franklin. And many others. Well. They have been smeared and degraded by American Marxists and their ilk. We continue to celebrate them be invigorated by them. And remember that together they defeated The most powerful military force on Earth. And found the greatest and most extraordinary nation in the history of

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We Must Find the Strength of Our Early Revolutionaries: Hancock, Revere, Paine, and More

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 3 months ago

We Must Find the Strength of Our Early Revolutionaries: Hancock, Revere, Paine, and More

"Indeed, they live off the sweat and toil of others. While they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining and sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. Their ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx. His writings are responsible for the enslavement, impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protestations from some in our society. Embracing advanced Marxism, Marxism score ideas. An attempt to disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. Bear with me. I'm reading with one eye. These are the useful idiot to occupy. And influence our leadership positions in the Democratic Party media academia in the culture. But we must take solace. Find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren Samuel Adams. John Hancock, Paul Revere, Thomas Paine. To name a few. Become energized and in spirited by the wisdom and genius of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson. John Adams, James Madison. Benjamin Franklin and many others. Well, they have smeared and degraded. While they have been smeared and degraded by American Marxists and their ilk. We must continue to celebrate them be invigorated by them. And remember that together they defeated the most powerful military force on Earth. Founded the greatest and most extraordinary nation in the history of mankind.

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Cross-Cultural Casting: Noteworthy for Hollywood, but Not Exactly New

All Things Considered

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Cross-Cultural Casting: Noteworthy for Hollywood, but Not Exactly New

"About unconventional casting choices in film and TV. Mindy Kaling playing Velma and Scooby Doo spinoff Black Jamaican actress Jodie Turner Smith playing the doomed wife of Henry, the eighth and the British miniseries and Berlin. My dear sister No holds a loose tongue in her head. So does this sort of diverse casting violate some unspoken rule about realism critic Bob Mondello takes a long view, he says. Cross cultural Casting has always raised eyebrows, even though it's as old as casting itself in the fifth century BC When the Greek playwright escalates, needed a defense attorney for his leading man in the tragedy, the Oresteia he picked the God Apollo choice You do not make if you're worried about verisimilitude in casting. Live theater has always assumed the audience can make imaginative leaps. Whether it's depicting warrior kings who rant my kingdom for a horse or founding fathers who rap. I am not throwing away my shot. Hamilton, of course, is a special case. Just like my country. I'm young, scrappy and hungry, and I'm Shot. It's a Broadway musical, famous not just for putting hip hop in the mouths of Thomas Jefferson and George Washington but for matching black and brown faces to those historic white characters. Every time I write a piece of theater, I'm trying to get us on the board Latino composer lyricist Lin Manuel Miranda, speaking with fresh air's Terry Gross, black and Brown artist. This is a story of America, then told by America Now it's our country to with inclusion as Hamilton's calling card, diverse audiences made it a worldwide phenomenon, an outcome that seems natural. In retrospect, but that flew in the face of decades of theater practice in 1986. When the stage union actors equity convened the first national symposium on nontraditional casting. It noted that more than 90% of actors hired in the U. S were white and presented scenes designed to help theatre makers consider other possibilities. In Tennessee Williams's

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Cross-Cultural Casting: Noteworthy for Hollywood, but Not Exactly New

Coronavirus Daily

02:07 min | 3 months ago

Cross-Cultural Casting: Noteworthy for Hollywood, but Not Exactly New

"The conventional criticism of diverse casting is that it violates some unspoken rule about realism. It's utterly one way traffic. He will not be getting any white people. Playing fellow lay anytime soon. If there's a bio-pic nelson mandela will not be played by a white actor. This is gum. That's the view on one british. Talk show anyway. But as npr's film critic bob mandela explains cross cultural casting has always raised eyebrows even though it's as old as casting itself in the fifth century bc when the greek playwright escalates needed a defense attorney for his leading man in the tragedy or sta he picked the god apollo choice. You do not make. If you're worried about vera similitude in casting live theater has always assumed. The audience can make imaginative leaps whether it's depicting warrior kings who rant or founding fathers who wrap shots. Hamilton of course is a special case. It's a broadway musical famous. Not just for putting hip hop in the mouths of thomas jefferson and george washington but for matching black and brown faces to those historic white characters. Every time i write a piece of theater. I'm trying to get us on the board. Latino composer-lyricist lin-manuel miranda's speaking with fresh air's terry gross black and brown artists. This is a story of america then told by american now. It's our country to talk with inclusion. Hamilton's calling card. Diverse audiences made it a worldwide phenomenon and outcome. That seems natural. In retrospect but that flew in the face of decades of theatre practice in nineteen eighty-six when the stage union actor's equity convened the first national symposium on nontraditional casting. It noted that more than ninety percent of actors hired in the us were white and presented scenes designed to help theater makers consider other possibilities

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"thomas jefferson" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:55 min | 3 months ago

"thomas jefferson" Discussed on Harvard Classics

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"thomas jefferson" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

05:36 min | 3 months ago

"thomas jefferson" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"The declaration of independence of the united states of america by thomas jefferson. This is a liberal. Vox recording all liber. Vox recordings are in the public domain for more information or volunteer. Please visit liberal. Vox dot org in congress. July fourth seventeen seventy six the unanimous declaration of thirteen united states of america in the course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's god entitle them a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights among these are life liberty and the of happiness that to secure these rights governments are instituted among men deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed that whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends. It is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it. And to institute new government laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form as to them shall seem most likely to affect their safety and happiness prudence indeed we will dictate that governments. Long established should not be changed for light and transient causes and accordingly. All experience has shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer by louisville's are suffering than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed but when a long train of abuses and usurpation pursuing invariably the same object evinces design to reduce them under absolute despotism. It is their right. It is their duty to throw off such government and to provide new guards for their future. Security such has been the patient sufferance of these colonies and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former systems of government. The history of the present king of great britain is a history of repeated injuries and user patients all indirect object the establishment of an absolute tyranny over these states to prove this let facts be submitted to a candidate world. He has refused his assent to laws..

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"thomas jefferson" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

05:07 min | 3 months ago

"thomas jefferson" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Three to july fourth eighteen. Twenty six was an american statesman. Diplomat lawyer architect musician philosopher and founding father who served as the third president of the united states from eighteen o one to eighteen o nine he had previously served as the second vice president of the united states under john adams between seventeen ninety seven and eighteen o one and as the first united states secretary of state under george washington between seventeen ninety to seventeen ninety three the principal author of the declaration of independence. Jefferson was a proponent of democracy republicanism an individual rights motivating american colonists to break from the kingdom of great britain and former new nation. He produced formative documents and decisions at both the state and national levels during the american revolution. Jefferson represented virginia in the continental congress. That adopted the declaration of independence as a virginia legislator he drafted a state law for religious freedom. He served as the second governor of virginia. From seventeen seventy nine to seventeen eighty one during the american revolutionary war in seventeen eighty five jefferson was appointed the united states minister to france and subsequently the nation's first secretary of state under president george washington from seventeen ninety to seventeen ninety three jefferson and james madison organiz the democratic republican party to oppose the federalist party during the formation of the first party system with madison. He anonymously wrote the provocative kentucky and virginia resolutions in seventeen ninety eight and seventeen ninety nine which sought to strengthen states' rights by nullifying the federal alien and sedition acts as president jefferson pursued the nation's shipping and trade interests against barbary pirates and aggressive british trade policies. Starting in eighteen o. Three jefferson promoted a western expansionist policy organizing the louisiana purchase which doubled the nation's land area to make room for settlement. Jefferson began a controversial process of indian tribal removal from the newly acquired territory. As a result of peace negotiations with france his administration reduced military forces. Jefferson was reelected in eighteen four. His second term was beset with difficulties at home including the trial of former vice president. Aaron burr in eighteen o seven american foreign trade was diminished when jefferson implemented the embargo act in response to british threats to. Us shipping the same year. Jefferson signed the act prohibiting importation of slaves jefferson while primarily a planter lawyer and politician mastered many disciplines which ranged from surveying and mathematics to horticulture and mechanics. He was an architect and the classical tradition. Jefferson's keen interest in religion and philosophy led to his presidency of the american philosophical society. He shunned organized religion but was influenced by christianity epa careerism and deism philology sched. Jefferson knew several languages. He was a prolific letter writer and corresponded. With many prominent people including edward carrington. John taylor of caroline and james madison among his books is notes on the state of virginia. Seventeen thousand five considered perhaps the most important american book published before nine hundred. Jefferson championed the ideals values and teachings of the enlightenment during his lifetime jefferson claimed ownership over six hundred slaves who were kept in his household and on his plantations. Since jefferson's time controversy has revolved around his relationship with sally hemmings a mixed race. Enslaved woman in his late wife's half sister. According to dna evidence from surviving descendants an oral history jefferson probably fathered at least six children with hemmings including for that survived to adulthood evidence suggests that jefferson started the relationship with hemmings and they were in paris where she arrived at the age of fourteen. When jefferson was forty four by the time she returned to the united states at sixteen she was pregnant after retiring from public office. Jefferson founded the university of virginia jefferson and his colleague. John adams both died on independence day. July fourth eighteen twenty six the fiftieth anniversary of the adoption of the declaration of independence presidential scholars and historians generally praise jefferson's public achievements including his advocacy of religious freedom and tolerance in virginia. Although some modern scholars have been critical of his stance on slavery. Jefferson continues to rank highly among the top tenuous presidents..

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Thomas Jefferson Wrote to Roger Weightman 10 Days Before His Death on July 4th, 1826

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Thomas Jefferson Wrote to Roger Weightman 10 Days Before His Death on July 4th, 1826

"To them. And he closes that I will ask permission here to express the pleasure with which I should admit my ancient neighbours of the city of Washington and of its vicinities. With whom I passed so many years of a pleasing social intercourse. And then, of course, was so much relieve the anxieties of the public cares and left impressions so deeply engraved in my affections. There's never to be forgotten. With my regret that ill health forbids me the gratification of an acceptance. Pleased to receive for yourself and those for whom you right. Assurance of my highest respect and friendly attachments. Thomas Jefferson Really just about 10 days before he passes away. And of course, the great Declaration of Independence, you know? There were five drafts. There is a committee of five chairman Livingston Franklin. John Adams and Jefferson. And Adams and Jefferson were tasked with the job of drafting the Declaration and Adams. Said that Jefferson is the best writer among the two and among the five Jefferson was only 33 years old, but he was a brilliant, brilliant man. So it was left to him. And so Started out one in the course of human events. It becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another. To assume among the powers of Earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them. A decent respect to the opinions of mankind. We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal. That they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights. That among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

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"thomas jefferson" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

02:55 min | 3 months ago

"thomas jefferson" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"They wanted to keep the slaves. Oh yes they went insane but father. Who's going to do other work around the plantation of father. You do know why would reach. Don't you because we have saves so they were that sarcastic but manny was. Martha was always very sweet. Father pray ted. Who is going to do the cooking in the laundry in housekeeping. And i said the slaves. Wait a minute whoa i. I'm sorry i'm confused. And so were they believe me. They thought i wanted to free. All the say's which was not at all by intention. When i sit all men are created equal interest that all men not women. Are you saying that all men should have equal rights but not women. Well yes. That shouldn't be said difficult to understand. All created equal means. Just let that all man should be afforded the same rights and all other men women however are completely different matter altogether. They're women so you're attaching was for monticello to keep its women slaves as as slaves. I see no reason. Why not and. What did your children think about that. I don't know that's when i died. Okay just think my listeners might find all of this deeply disturbing look. I was privileged white man born in seventeen forty three. Okay that's where i got to. And in t twenty four. Since then i've been dead in. It's hot to volve when you're dead and yes i. I was not a perfect man. I fathered six children with my slave. Sally hemmings i know today that sense. Very bad okay. And by the way i would have freed the three boys. Oh all right. Guess no one's perfect. And i mean you did right there. We are always striving to be a more perfect union. That's in the preamble of the constitution. You creighton that's right. Well louisiana purchase. That was you. You're welcome yes. Thanks for that. That was a huge part of our. Our country weld unser. Yes and thank you for joining us. Mr president thank you. If i have meow i very much enjoy the podcast. Well thank you sir. Thomas jefferson author of the declaration of independence on this independence day..

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"thomas jefferson" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

02:49 min | 3 months ago

"thomas jefferson" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"Hey everybody you know. If you're a regular listener to my podcast you know that we usually have experts on people who are all like austin goolsbee on the economy or andy slab. It were about the have on the corona virus or dialectic on the supreme court but for the fourth of july. I like to have somebody who well it was really there at the fourth of july. And i'm talking about our third president and the author of the declaration of independence Thomas jefferson and he comes to us virtually Today as you might imagine But i think you're really really really going to enjoy our annual fourth of july special podcast. You know you probably upgraded a few things around the house After being stuck inside all this time it makes sense..

Sen. Debbie Stabenow Doesn't Really Know Why Alexander Hamilton Is Rolling in His Grave

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 4 months ago

Sen. Debbie Stabenow Doesn't Really Know Why Alexander Hamilton Is Rolling in His Grave

"Over in his No. He's not rolling over in his grave at all. Have you read the Federalist Papers, You idiot. He didn't favour pure democracy either. By the way, he was a white man who opposed slavery. I just want to report that so everybody knows that. Alexander Hamilton is probably rolling over in his grave. Ladies and gentlemen. Because Debbie stabbing out and the boys and the girls and the Democrat Party don't have complete power. I wonder what Alexander Hamilton, who fought hard For a national treasury in the National bank and convince George Washington against Thomas Jefferson. I just wonder. What he think of stabbing now and the boys and the girls and all their spending. And all their money printing. He's rolling over in his grave. All right, because he detests you, Debbie. May I call you, Debbie? Go ahead. The fundamental debate in our constitution was about majority rule. They debated majority Majority rule. Ladies and gentlemen, except when you're in the minority I am totally confused, aren't you, Mr Producer? The majority of this country is wipe. We have a white majority dominant supremacist country. That needs to genuflect and bend over backwards because of their race. That's it. The race And now we have Debbie Stabenow White. I may add. Birthing person I might add. There She is talking about majority rule majority rule While under our system, the majority does not always raw. That's why we have a third branch of government called courts. Under our system. We have a Senate with this moron served. The Senate was created as a

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Interview With Actress, Tina Fey

Awards Chatter

01:51 min | 4 months ago

Interview With Actress, Tina Fey

"Tina thank you so much. For coming on the podcast. It's great to have you and on this podcast. We always begin right at the very beginning. Just a couple of basics. If you don't mind where were you born and raised and And what did your folks do for a living. I was born in upper darby. Pennsylvania which is a suburb of philadelphia. And my mother was a stay at home. Mom for most of my childhood and my dad was a bunch of things. But mostly when i was a kid he was on a grant writer for university of pennsylvania and for a place called. Thomas jefferson university cool. And now i know you probably got a million variations of this one but were you a funny kid. I had heard the earliest thing i could find was that you were writing a humor column for the high school newspaper but was that the beginning or was it even earlier. Yeah i think i did. I did write a humor. Column called kernel that that still hopefully still going on. It was passed down from generation to generation at that school. I think i somewhere around middle school. Decided i wanted to be funny. I think you want to be funny. You self identify as wanting to be funny for a long time before you actually are funny and was you know one of the things just in prepping for this. I'd seen you were you. Were saying it was sort of just the way to. I guess probably for most people you know. They come up with some way to ingratiate themselves with a their peers. It can either be athletics or whatever for you is just that for sure. It was as it a coping mechanism. as a girl a girl who wasn't growing up the prettiest girl in the world. It was a way of kind of getting ahead of that. Really you're not gonna make fun of me. I'm gonna make fun of me. And maybe also you

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"thomas jefferson" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:39 min | 5 months ago

"thomas jefferson" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Thomas Jefferson commissioned his private secretary Merryweather Louis William Clark, an army captain to lead an expedition into what is now the northwest of the United States. Almost 2.5. Years later, the expedition returned to ST Louis, bringing back a Wealth of information about the largely unexplored region jumping way ahead this week in 1965, in what may have been the most ridiculous waste of taxpayer money. The FBI laboratory declared that the lyrics of the song Louie Louie by the King's men to be officially unintelligible. Based on an outcry from parents who bought into what may have started as an idle rumor. The FBI launched a formal investigation in 1964 into the supposedly pornographic lyrics of the song, Louie Louie. This week in 1973 Skylab, America's first space station is successfully launched into an orbit around the Earth 11 Days later, U. S astronauts Charles Conrad, Joseph Kerwin and Paul Whites made a rendezvous with Skylab, repairing a jam solar panel and conducting scientific experiments during their 28 Day stay aboard the space station. Kogo is available everywhere with the I. Heart radio ad Now number one for podcast and use radio 600 Coco and I Heart radio station. E. I got an email in from Mika on, she says. Dear Carl, how about mothers who adopted Children and could never biologically give birth? I've had friends who can't have kids. How do you think they would feel about renaming Mother's Day into birthing People Day? Uh,.

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Barack Obama Is Now the Target of a Woke Mob

The Rubin Report

01:23 min | 7 months ago

Barack Obama Is Now the Target of a Woke Mob

"Activists in chicago are protesting the renaming of chicago school. Because barack obama is a quote oppressor yeah. That's right This is from fox. News will caulkins. I think. I got the pronunciation right there. Board of education met tuesday evening debate renaming. Thomas jefferson middle school and daniel webster middle school after it was decided that historical figures either owned slaves or supported slavery one of the top contenders for thomas jefferson middle schools. New name is that of the first black president barack obama and former lady michelle but that name is drawing the ire of immigration activists and some in the latino community. Activists staged a protest outside the board meeting tuesday. We've got a quote here from edgar castellanos who's a school board member of district sixty. He said. i will not be part of renaming school after someone who did not and does not represent the undocumented community fox news went on to say the obama administration deported one point one eight one point eight million people in three years and under trump about eight hundred thousand were deported in the first three years. So barack obama did deport more illegal. People bend scary orange man. This

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What the Second Amendment really meant to the Founders

Frontlines of Freedom

04:15 min | 7 months ago

What the Second Amendment really meant to the Founders

"You know, in my intro and then earlier segment early in the show I was talking about The primary purpose of the Second Amendment, according to the founding fathers, and I said My piece told listeners what I thought that the primary purpose of the Second Amendment, according to people like George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, What is in Mark Walters Mind the primary purpose. Of the Second Amendment. According to the phone and fathers. I love this because it's so provocative and I love to be provocative, and I'm gonna answer that with a question. Here's my question to you. We just talked about what Biden wants to do. Virginia the first time the Democrats took power in Virginia, for example, in 25 years. What's the first thing they did They chucked 12 Gun control bills down there. People throw up. Eight of them passing was signed into law. Joe Biden's first deal is gun control. I'm gonna answer the purpose of our founding fathers in the second Amendment with this question to you. What is it about their communist Marxist socialist masquerading his former Democrat agenda that requires you to be disarmed? Yeah. Very good point. And it would appear that great minds think alike because well, you know, we are way have Yeah, Me and George were in the world. Good company together. Way. Agree with each other. Martha. I guess the question is You know what is going to happen now? I mean, I look at it. It's like Texas that are actively talking about succession. Oh, yeah. You know, California's got bills by others, three different deals. They want to split that stable. You know, he was a really simple, quick Virginia. You know, I spent many a graduated college in Virginia. Lots of friends there lived in three different cities in Virginia know it well. It's a gun toting gun, love and freedom, love and bright red State. You've got two counties up there that control everything included with Richmond. The rest of the state is bright red. Why don't we have any electoral college at the state level? Okay? Yeah, Which would be which would kind of solve these problems. Where you New York State's a prime example. You get rid of that cess pool in Manhattan in the boroughs and New York State is a freedom loving, bright red state. Upstate New York's bright red Yep. Okay? Absolutely, you know, and you get rid of I mean term limits. Term limits scared me a little bit on Lee, because, well, what happens with term limits is you get the next term. Someone knows that's there. They could do anything they want. They're no longer held accountable to the voters that they don't have to hope if voters are hold them accountable. You know that old So what We do have term limits. We have elections. That's true, But they turn out the way they do in states like New York and California. Because we've got to a point. We have two or three cities controlling the rest of the state that needs to be looked at. Yeah, Georgia just gave you two of the worst senators in this country's history. And this is a bright red state. That isn't gonna be blue anytime soon. You look at the legislative makeup in the state and their redistricting coming up in July after this legislative session, you want to see Democrat controlled the state level the state Don't think of the rest of my life. And yet we just handed you too. The bluest worst of the worst senators, not because any red counties flipped blue. Nothing did They were able to siphon off more votes in two counties not being the cabin Fulton County And their six swing states. Basically, that have to fix their election systems of the way they do things in Michigan and Georgia. There's two of them right there, but nobody knew George was one of these states until that, you know, action. You see, that's why that's why people George, I would have never Guest. I wish Now, I will say this that we've been watching Stacey Abrams here for the last two years. Prior to the election in November. We all knew what she was up to. And here's the thing. I watched her vote on local news that night. Now here she is a resident of Atlanta. Hmm. And here she is. Dropping off an absentee ballot in a little mailbox been in downtown Atlanta. What? Why are you standing in line like the rest of us? Okay. That's where fraud comes from. Yeah, no signature verifications. Everybody gets mailed about it and they could go drop it in. No, no, no. No. Where I come from absentee ballots are for people like you who are serving their country overseas that need an absentee ballot Kids in college that can't make it back to their district to vote. My mom and dad who might be in Florida, and they're Georgia residents because they're they're from that's an absentee ballot. So those those issues are being addressed. Those issues are being addressed. They cut all ties to our gun rights, By the way, Yeah, and we'll have to address them on a different show because we are of time here, Mark.

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"thomas jefferson" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

03:42 min | 7 months ago

"thomas jefferson" Discussed on Cardionerds

"Hello cardio nerds. We are just fantastically lucky to be with three amazing master. Clinicians dr shawn dick. Dan dr her though she. Dr rachel devon ham from thomas jefferson university hospital guys. Welcome to the show and would you do us a huge favor and introduce yourselves Coaching actually a first year. Cardiology fellow at jefferson. Very excited to be here. This is my first podcast. That i've been a part of looking forward to getting to know you guys. I'm rachel devon here. i am also a first year. Cardiology fellow at thomas. Jefferson also first time reporting on a protest though resigned longtime. My name is shawn dick dan. This is my second time on the cardio narrates it was an honor to record with you guys for episode ninety as part of the fellowship k series. It was a lot of fun. And i'm excited to do it again. Sean hirsch rachel it is such a pleasure to have you guys on the podcast rachel. I'm so glad you said first time longtime because that takes me back to the core of philadelphia where you guys are all training and i am originally from. It's a sports town. I bleed green. I wrote on the philadelphia eagles. I trust the process with the seventy sixers. I'm just so excited to be here with you guys. Last time we were on the podcast. We went to independence beer garden. We had a lot of fun across from liberty bell across from independence hall. We're going to leave independence beer garden and go somewhere. That hirsch and rachel decide pandemic has really hurt her ability to you explore philadelphia as much as i would like to but i do spend a lot of time eating doughnuts at reading terminal market at filers be specific. So what do you think should we. Philly is the city of foodies. If you love food. I love getting my county roles just like indian wraps at masala kitchen which is in center city. Go there every week. Love going to lincoln financial field especially since a cowboys. Fans got a rep my cowboys. Friday in the setting of heels fans and the other thing i like about phillies are a lot of good hiking trails. Which you know. I've been doing a lot of in the pandemic getting out little bit. At least i was gonna say you know. I don't know if we can continue this podcast. I don't typically do podcast with cowboys fans especially if we're recording from philadelphia but her sh- and the team at thomas. Jefferson seem like such a wonderful group. Here so i think we can continue. Yeah and i'd say definitely a moment on the lips forever on the hips for those doughnuts. But if that is a harbinger of me memorizing all the things you're about to teach me forever i'll take it. I think it's worth it. That will walk up the height. We'll do it so hike later. Why don't we get started in. Hit us up with an amazing case. That will teach us a lot about cardiology and also about patient care awesome. Thanks a lot. Dan so i'll start with our case. I'll preface it by saying that. This is a patient that i encountered as a resident because they did my residency here at thomas jefferson and the case goes back a couple years. Our patients mr j. He's a thirty six year old man with a medical history of non ischemic cardiomyopathy. He presents the emergency department with progressive disney. His index presentation was at a nearby hospital six weeks prior..

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"thomas jefferson" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

05:21 min | 11 months ago

"thomas jefferson" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

"Then gerard. Tran criminality lamu brute rosie. Thomas jefferson twenty-seven fien now. That's a long name complicated things going on. The mall is in languedoc southeastern france. Spain that are trained ocean on the east west. Lose up in the foothills and what they did is they done wet and made sparkling wine about one hundred years before champagne. Did now popularize sparkling wine. But they kinda sorta dead. Because that's where thomas. Jefferson came in and they found records from shallow. Tom's house and the only sparkling wine they had in his personal seller was a criminal de la mu cream on sparkling wine. Anything other than pain is kareem off so when he was having some fun with sally hemmings break out the bubbles they're drinking remove remodeling and monticello the got that going for but it's really kind of classy nice rate tasty and really good bubble. That's got the kind of the center dame. They have the same effect as salted pretzels at a bar. Restarting the pretzels. And you drink more beer while they're sitting in line. You don't need as you start drinking more one that's got that and it tastes great. It's mostly chardonnay. That's got shannon blocking got fifty percents pinot noir and chardonnay pinot noirs to staples of champagne and shannon block sparkling. Wine is one of my favorite. I don't get enough of it. He gets some really nice ones out of south africa. I think france should do more Yeah there should be more because certain block does sparkling one well and and it's in here. It tastes great. This is great tasting made bubbly. Build up the pressure in the bottle of champagne is way more than pretty much anywhere else. And that's why. I got bottle champagnes topic to canal for over and most places. You gotta shake it up a bit to do that and this has less pressure less intensity that kind because that really those little bubbles under pressure really make a difference on your palate list that this is more in line with maybe american bubbles. Which don't miss fears intense. But no less tough flavor that this kind of you know. I didn't think about it. It's got it makes you wanna drink it. Which i think is great. Things should be on sale for anywhere between fifteen and twenty with the holiday sales coming on. You could probably find some bargains here and there but it's a classic charles. Charles i meant Gerard retread they're like wine conglomerate group they they control the whole bunch of different chateau's and domains up in france and is one of their wines. They make really good. Wine is very good even though it has the mousse got a history goes back to the fifteen hundreds and pantaloon fifteen hundred. I mean this wine isn't from fifteen hundreds or anything and thomas. Jefferson didn't drink this wine. It's kind of like a shoutout to that. And it's from the same soils that the vineyards planet john in the same techniques. They helped found champagne caused the method they make. The wine is actually call the traditional nothing but they call the shopping. Lob the champagne. And it's not really it's affected it but they didn't make it. They're the ones that came up with. So there's a church for them. This fragile bubbles with history. Got american history because thomas jefferson their tastes. Great that's super expensive. Good ten to twelve fifteen up. Some fresh is just took another sip. And that's that great tasting bottle of bubbles from france girard schranz domenici amuse too rosy grew. Thomas jefferson and. That's it for me.

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"thomas jefferson" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"thomas jefferson" Discussed on Cardionerds

"I'm a little bias. Have been here for a while. But i think we have what you'll get on any cardiology. We'll get a phenomenal training. We have a very flexible program. Our third years basically whatever you want to make it. i think that's a really appealing aspect in pre. Might be able to speak to that marsh she in the thick of it now but i think the biggest selling point at thomas jefferson as a whole especially or cardiology program. Or just the people who are here. It's an amazing group of fellows. It's fun to hang out with them all the time. They're super supportive. They teach constantly. It's just a great group and to any of the folks who interviewed with us this year. I think we have to apologize for turning all of our virtual happy hours into just fellows talking to each other because we really just like being around each other just talking about our lives. I have one hundred percent agree with everything that's been said so far. I met thank you so much for having us on this podcast. It's been such a wonderful experience to discuss this case with you and learn so much just from this discussion in terms of why cardiology. It's so hard to describe. Why you picking a specialty. But i feel like that's almost a visceral reaction. Just love the heart. It's the best organ in the body. Within the field of cardiology there so much physiology that i find super interesting and i just liked the. There's so many different avenues. You can take in terms of career direction within cardiology if you like imaging echo there see amar their ct. If you like critical care. Cardiology patients come in very sick and of critical care is not your thing. We need people on the preventative side as well doing research to further the field as well so i just like that. There's so many different ways. You can get involved in cardiology so for me. I think that's what makes my heart flutter about cardiology as far as why jefferson. I am not quite in the same boat as these guys. I did go to medical school. Jefferson i left for a few years of residency and missed it so much. I came back. I know everybody always says that the people are what make the program. But i have to say that the people jefferson really made it such a wonderful place to train moco fellows so supportive beer always looking out for each other if people need coverage for call or anything like that people are always willing to step up and help out and then the attending are so approachable and really do like teaching i agreed with what incentive for that all of the attending are more than willing to sit down with you one to one they to hear from you and prefer to hear from you if you're having any issues through your training or if you have any questions and also in philadelphia which is one of the greatest city in the world. I believe so. It's really a wonderful place to train. You guys are just amazing so incredible. Have you on and dan binders messaging me right now. He sends his love his regards. He's modeling good. Cardiology fellow work life balance and spending time with his incredible family as we speak right now..

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"thomas jefferson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"thomas jefferson" Discussed on KCRW

"Greater Ella que si r W and Steve you take is finally today a history lesson. It seems like you can't go on hour during the day without hearing calls for racial justice, hearing the names of black Americans killed or brutalized at the hands of police. Add to that a president who Stokes the flames on the regular the most recent example, last night's presidential debate. We are a nation with a history deeply rooted in its original sin and who's ugly remnants to this day drive the news cycle. So let's take a moment to remember a Trailblazer here in California, who against crazy odds fought and won in an effort to make a difference. I was looking at this piece the other day, the California Sun about a man named Frederick Roberts. He was the first black American to serve in the California legislature. In 1918 more than 100. Years ago, he ran for State Assembly, and even during a time of deep hostility for black people, he won He served for four terms in the assembly and became known as the dean there for his decorum and bipartisanship. In his family lineage alone. Roberts exemplified a complicated America. Yet he also serves as an example of someone who moved the needle in a positive direction. For all black Americans. Susan Anderson is history curator at the California African American Museum here in Los Angeles. And she's with us right now. Hi, Susan. Hi, Frederick Roberts had quite the family history, right. Can you explain that? Well. His name was Fredrik Madison. Roberts and his middle name. Madison was taken from his grandfather, who was the son of Thomas Jefferson and selling him ING the Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings have hundreds of descendants that are still around throughout the United States. And Frederick Roberts family also eyes still around in California and other parts of the West. 1918 was a tough time. Obviously there was another pandemic. Ah flu pandemic a war that had enveloped much of the world it was wrapping up by 1918. What was his campaign like Susan and it at a time in America that was not only systemically but but overtly racist. Well, I think that it's important to look at Ah, hidden history of California and African Americans who have been in California since before the gold rush. Frederick Roberts was AH, leader in the community. He published a newspaper the New Age. He inherited a mortuary business that his father and some business partners established in in Los Angeles. Hey, was better off than most residents, no matter what their color Wass in Los Angeles, and he had great standing He ran in a district that was majority white, he was able to build probably the first multi ethnic political coalition. In Los Angeles history by putting together white and black Republicans, Progressive Party members and others who brought him to victory in that first assembly race in 1918. Of course, the Republicans and Democrats are a little different today than they were in 1918. But you could say that Roberts well, Roberts was what people called the Lincoln Republican and from the time the Republican Party was founded as a party that opposed the expansion of slavery outside of the South African Americans gave their political loyalty and their vote in a majority to the Republican Party. That, of course, changed. As the Republican Party change and is the Democratic Party changed in the 20th century and is a matter of fact, Roberts was finally beaten in during the height of the Depression by a young Black politician Augustus Hawkins, who put together a kind of new Deal New Democratic coalition to beat Roberts, who remained a Republican through his death in in 1952. He served four terms, though, before he was defeated. What was the rest of his life? Like You said he remained a Republican. Well. He was a crusader against lynching. He authored legislation that made school textbooks more available to public school students. He helped update the states civil rights laws he helped found the Los Angeles branch of the C P He was on the board of the Y W. C. A. He was a trustee at first a M E church. His family was culturally active. His wife, Pearl, Heinz, who was from Oakland, and to Larry County, was a classical. Pianist and a music teacher. And they I think, looking at their family life, the business life and his civic life. That it was. It was a very, very full existence. His his contributions to the community were were manifold. Susan Anderson, history curator at the California African American Museum. Susan Thank you so much. You're welcome. By the way, if you found that story about Frederick Roberts interesting you can hear my full conversation with Susan at our website kcr w dot com slash greater l A want to take this show to go..

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"thomas jefferson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"thomas jefferson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"They're put in our constitution by Free State and by slave states so why a certain the bill of rights in the constitution if you denounce American history you must announce the declaration of independence and the constitution if you're going to pull down Thomas Jefferson statues are desecrated then why wouldn't you desecrate and burn the declaration of independence which was his brainchild why do you assert rights under the constitution when the constitution was adopted in Philadelphia by slave and free states and ratified by slave and free states both cases ratified exclusively the declaration by white males the constitution adopted exclusively drafted by white males and in the states you have to assume the vast the overwhelming number at the rate of fires were white males so my suggestion is when it comes to black lives matter and when it comes to anti from when it comes to other violent anti American Marxist anarchist organizations that if they're to be consistent then I the declaration nor the constitution apply to them why would they want something to apply to them that is tainted by these men intended by other states while I just pull down statues when I burn up yellow your rights and your liberties the genesis of which is the declaration of the constitution I'll be right back.

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"thomas jefferson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"thomas jefferson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Remote on one issue Sir no no this is this is what the tax rates are too high they're trying to take my guns so obviously I don't have any power so I need to get all my guns and we need to get together and form this little army and if anybody we feel anybody's messenger with this we're going to go out till Thursday if you believe in Eurovision RT you ever religion do I have a religion yes Sir I tend to lean toward agnostic okay you a project gnostic so you have absolutely no belief and what are their fathers did to establish this good country right up the hill does not all your answer my questions wondering what the hell to some sort of weird reason Baptist religion have to do what with yeah we have a map this from the beginning right it was a good effort you're going to call me as a tenant I don't remember anyone about the mail like there's a little bit of bridges there no that was that what what what what religion is Thomas Jefferson well what what religion was Thomas Jefferson third you tell me your Houston ability I was there he was he was a ideas he was a theistic view the word of the Bible thumping noise any extraneous crystal really did you know that one of your fellow gym will be a theologian yes Sir I I don't belong all right I'm done with this man because he had said that is that what you just say here's the problem you should not go around.

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"thomas jefferson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"thomas jefferson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"We're talking about Thomas Jefferson and John Adams in what great ideas they had back then which apply today I know right now when you're hearing all this in the media as in trump getting active about this you're having China retaliate you have the fed talking and sweat as a matter of fact I think it's fastening right now what's going on with the fed I mean think about this the fed in a way is encouraging you and me and business owners to take risk me think about that they're talking about lowering rates more to keep this train going what does that do that that encourages you to keep invested stand the stock market and that may or may not be a good thing for you right now in Iran's different so that's how they're supposed to do and right now really it's about policy and the fed can't control policy that's politics so you've got a very interesting dynamic setting up right now and that's why the fed right now is divided I mean there are fifty fifty right now that there we don't know which direction they're going to go and that's what's so fascinating and what does it mean to your money because no one wants to make a bad decision we've all felt that we had those two thousand happen we had two thousand eight happened that was painful remember that go back and look at those returns you were saying negative thirty eight percent negative forty two percent those are painful and sometimes you don't want to know because you don't have time to go get a PhD in economics or finance I understand that and so if there's one thing we know is that people just want to be heard they want to plan they can understand that sound familiar to you that's why this episode texture assets is looking at the sage advice of the founding fathers this is what we do for our clients at the liberty group it's so important to education that's what Mr Adams talked about slice segments to get educated about your finances so now it's time for one of our fan favorite parts of the show our they say a segment where you Sir are you kidding where we debunk common miss half truths and sometimes just bad advice so here's one that they say can you give me an example of what you're talking about that the most powerful ally that investor has is the law of compound interest have you heard that before so what say you is this just a gimmick investment companies used to keep your money in their pockets what do you think well actually it's just good old fashioned sound math what am I talking about one of our founding fathers in particular had a lot to say about the magic of compounding I'm gonna call Mr hundred dollar bill man who I'm talking about said this quote remember that money is of a prolific generating nature money can be get money and its offspring can be get more and so on five shillings turned is six turned again to seven and three pence and so till it becomes a hundred pound the more there is of it the more it produces every turning so that the profits rise quicker and quicker end quote who said that that's right Ben Franklin Mr hundred dollar bill and this came from his advice to a young tradesmen written by an old tradesmen in seventeen forty eight sold ban was around for awhile quite a smart guy in here is talking about compound interest or what is compound interest well there are two ways to accrue interest when you invest you have simple interest and you have compound interest Mister Frank was talking about compound interest simple interest is this when you're an interest only on your principal so if you had a thousand dollars invested at the bank saying you're earning five percent which you're not earning at the bank right now we could talk about that if you'd like to know where to get five percent anyway you're gonna earn fifty dollars a year on your thousand dollars here's how compound interest works the interest on your account compound so let's say you had a five thousand dollar retirement account earning seven percent interest each year the first year you're gonna earned three hundred and fifty dollars in interest which brings your total to five thousand three hundred and fifty dollars the following year interest is calculated based on this is important on the five thousand three hundred fifty dollar total not the original five thousand that's called compounding interest so in the second year you're gonna earn three hundred and seventy four dollars in interest and now your total grows to five.

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"thomas jefferson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"thomas jefferson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"So which one of those presidents did not have the pet for animal that we said it had. So John, I didn't live during Theodore Roosevelt, but why didn't I believe he did have a rat in the White House named Jonathan named after me? But I'm not a rat hole. I always tell the term, you might be a rat. I always tell why here liar daisy. I'm angel. Whatever you even know who Johnson. Oh, h s. John. Karen or daisy, one of us is so theater Roosevelt had a rat in the White House named Jonathan Thomas Jefferson hawk in the White House, named dick in daisy, did Lyndon B Johnson have a beagle named him. Eight four four three zero five seven eight zero zero play the game. Have fun with this. And we wanna talk to you. Speaking the prizes, John. Yes. What is go we stand for, and SCO, e 10x. Oh, you wanna know that? Don't you? Name. I apologize for saying that super concentrated odor eliminator. Wow. I always wondered, thanks. Karen pass. I mean talking about it wonder why they picked that name for it. They didn't even concentrate. Trated odor eliminator. Oh, we got a purple purple a person's name last name. Okay. We have our first player and it is Pat in Spokane Washington, and Pat, you are the first one. So who's telling the lie. Is it me Roosevelt had a rat in the White House named John Jonathan or Karen? Thomas Jefferson had a hawk in the White House, named dick or Lyndon B Johnson had a beagle named him. What do you think Pat, which ones lying? Smell around. Thanks for calling me a liar. Pat. No. But you know what? You're wrong. Sorry. I was actually telling the truth, but thanks to the guests, and thanks for trying and I appreciate you calling in for the game. So it brings it down now to a fifty fifty shot at was incorrect in Spokane. I was not the liar. It was actually true. Theodore Roosevelt had a rat in the White House named Jonathan. So either Karen, or daisy, you're lying. You got a fifty fifty shot. So call right now and take a chance and you can win those prizes. Eight four four three O five seventy eight hundred eight four four three zero five seven eight zero zero call and again carrying your fact. My fact is, as everyone knows Thomas Jefferson president, Thomas Jefferson had a hawk in the White House named dick and daisy, Lyndon B Johnson, definitely had a beagle named him who's lying Karen or daisy, fifty fifty shot calling you're going to get new tricks, and your choice of the collector's set the adventures of champion, the wonder horse or you can go with chicken soup for the soul. The dog really did that eight four four three zero five seven eight zero zero. We're gonna take.

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"thomas jefferson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"thomas jefferson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"May eighteenth Thomas Jefferson conversation at the classic cinemas Tivoli theatre that's going to be in downers grove at Saturday may eighteenth feel free to reach out to us. And we'll tell you how to make that happen. An eight one five says how ironic that we get a picture of the black hole in the newspaper when it is the big bang theory's last season. I said them sort of time it out that way to thirty. Okay. This is probably the last year hearing of me today. We'll be back at it again tomorrow. It's time for WGN radio news after the news White Sox baseball. This is Steve Bertrand. We've got overcast skies right now at O'Hare thirty seven degrees. A rain delay at the guaranteed rate field. But it looks like they will get things going and just a few minutes. Mayor elect Lori Lightfoot introduces herself to the state legislature today. She's just wrapping up a meeting with speaker Madigan. She will address the house in less than an hour. She'll talk to the state Senate tomorrow. The Chicago city council today approved the tip plans for the Lincoln yards and seventy eight real estate developments. The committee approval was pushed back to today after the mayor elect call for a slowdown. She lifted that call after she wants some concessions from the developers three people were shot while on the street corner and Chicago's east Garfield park earlier today, Chicago police department chief Alan the goaty says they believe a car drove up to a group of people at the corner of Ohio. Uh-huh. And Saint Louis when two gunmen got out and started shooting at the time to two of our individuals that were standing in a corner are struck there delay and the scene when we get here we have another individual.

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"thomas jefferson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"thomas jefferson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"It's as constitution. And it's not just any first printing as you can see in the right hand there. This is Benjamin Franklin's copy of the constitution. And we are the repository of Franklin's papers. We have over seventy percent of Franklin's correspondents in our vault, and this I always like to show because this is what you might call an original interpretation of the constitution. The next item. Here's Franklin founded us in seventeen forty three, but it was really another founder of the United States who also helped create the American society in the early Republic, and that was Thomas Jefferson Jefferson served as president of the American philosophical society for about seventeen years. He was president of the APS while also vice president and president of the United States of America. When you're looking at here is the document that is in Jefferson's hand from seventeen ninety three while he's in Philadelphia. And what it is. It's the proposal of a Frenchman who had come to North America to explore the floor and fauna that inhabited the eastern seaboard and by seventeen ninety three he of conducted done all the research. He thought he could do. And now he wanted to explore the interior of North America. And so he was in Philadelphia, and he approached Jefferson with this idea, he said, I want to travel all the way to the Pacific Ocean to be the first person to cross the continent and to observe all these things that we don't know about in the interior of North America in Jefferson said this is a great idea. And I know just how to raise funds for it. Let me go to the American philosophical society and get the members to donate money. And so this is in Jefferson's hand. And he went to all the members of the APS who happened to be in Philadelphia. And since this is when the capital was in Philadelphia everybody who was anybody was in Philadelphia. I'm thinking seeing some of the donors for this expedition were on the top left. George Washington giving one hundred pounds a hundred dollars are usually work before the revolution pounds. Sometimes John Adams gave twenty then you have Thomas Jefferson there in the middle. And Jefferson is sandwiched by Henry Knox, a member of the society. Cincinnati Alexander Hamilton, another member and then James, Madison. So this is also believed to be the only document that holds the first four president signatures on it. And even more interesting about the story of this document is it was rediscovered if I guess you could say in the nineteen sixties by an intern who's going through an old volts in the APS during renovations and found a scroll rolled up with red ribbon on it. And he brought to the librarian's desk. An open it up and realized they had a national treasure on his hand. I also like to point out that this was a bipartisan effort. The desire to explore to support science was a bipartisan effort bringing together both the Jeffersonians federalists at this moment. Here's another one of our treasures, another jeffersonian document. Just like we have the constitution and Franklin's copy. We also have Thomas Jefferson's final draft of the declaration of independence. He said one copy to congress, and then he sent a few others to some of his friends. This one was sent to Richard Henry Lee, a Virginian Lee had proposed the vote for independence, and then had to return to Regina. In Jefferson sent this to his friend to say, this is the result of what your proposal. The proposal led to and I always like to talk about the changes that happened from Jefferson's original draft, and then the one after congress got their hands on it. And Jefferson always thought the congress ruined adulterated, the the meeting of his document, something we all may sympathize with. The original phrase word surrounding this very famous phrase. They are endowed by their creator with inherent rights that among these are life liberty in the pursuit of happiness was changed. They struck inherent and changed it to certain unalienable rights, and if you think about that change inherent rights could be interpreted to apply to everybody, including the enslaved. And that was obviously a charge word in that period. So they instead of having this universal more natural rights concept. Congress limited these rights described it, certainly a certain only a certain unalienable rights. So a very significant change..

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"thomas jefferson" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"thomas jefferson" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Got. Wrong industry. But the thing is when we were in New York City on Broadway. We saw Jeff Daniels name and big bombing big. What do you call those and the marquee marquee? Sure. Sure. You got to see him in a in in may to kill him, Ocoee bird. Yes. Our son Batas tickets to. Nice. Our son our sons and daughter law got my wife the ticket, and I I got my own ticket. They bought them. They were they wanted to buy all of them. And I said, no, no lettuce. And that was her Hamilton, right. Yeah. Yeah. You enjoyed. Oh. Yes. Great. I mean, my wife she laughed and had the greatest funny, it's educational serious. And then they have the shootout. Don't don't tell me how it ends. They have the dual. And then there's Thomas Jefferson. He the the actors were great. I mean, they really work on your talking Broadway. I mean, we were talking about this before we went on the air. I the talent that's on Broadway. Just blows me away. I've never seen a performance there. That hasn't been so far and above. Bye bye birdie in twelfth grade. We do we wait low with some of the actors are really in the playbill about their background. And it said that they like the guy who played George Washington. I don't think he normally played that role. But he was a fill in for that at all the rule he fills in for any role is need, and he was great voice booming. And can you imagine memorizing the whole play? So this guy could step into any role. I mean, that's that's what blows me away every one of them not only has a role on stage. But as they leave the move around they're taking things off stage and bring like a your crew would know between Saint, but they're doing it very nicely and very all choreographed. It's all part of the choreography. Exactly. So well done that we saw a beautiful a few years ago with the Carole king musical about her life and same thing. They had the stage set up, and it was more modern stage that they would pull the different pieces of the different props the desks or whatever, and they would they would disappear off to the side on their own come on stage. But, but you gotta know when that's happening here you're going to be tripping over things exactly that never happened any of the actors. They all knew exactly where they were there. Dancing to swear removing something back in getting in. Oh, yeah. And then my wife bought a bag of Eminem's there. And I gave her I hit some my it's one. So I sit here. And so I if she bought one bag, and you're just a little bag and give me my money back is how much that cost you one..

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