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"washington jefferson" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

04:17 min | 5 months ago

"washington jefferson" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"That is horrible. Every soldier loss is terrible that does not constitute a full scale war wars. What was happening in the beginning of the war and we were losing hundreds of guys for thousands of guys in some cases. But but i think you have to agree with your point on the losses and the difference in the nature of war but it would still be endless and that that is what the amount is to remove all our troops in south korea and endless work. Well knows area. I mean there was an act of civil war going on right now in afghanistan. Well our troops were there and and as we learned today or the the civil war afghanistan is between the people we went there to depose and the people who have been supporting for. It's it's it's also between isis right. As as joe biden actually rightly said the taliban bad guys but right now they are our allies against isis in this particular battle that we had to deal with today so all. I'm saying it's complicated. It's not just the taliban versus the good guy. Afghans in us. It's isis it's other islamic groups. It's unaffiliated group right so our goal was not to but our goal was to destroy all those associated terror groups that you just mentioned. They do have a common interest against us now. Taliban have a common interest to a certain extent certain extent by the way by the way. I'm still not convinced that the taliban let these guys through two bum but even even the even the headset comes at that today that he was asked directly did the taliban just let these people through they were the ones screening. Everybody at the outpost. But i think this is the bigger political problem here so sure you say well. We have endless true presence in korea literally everywhere wherever you have troops in dozens and dozens industrial and i do think there are a bit different than afghanistan but i grant the ground syria. But i think but i think this is. I think the same people who want to pull out of afghanistan want to syria my point. Is this our founding. Fathers warned repeatedly against continual warfare to you said james madison. There's no greater threat to liberty than continual warfare washington jefferson reiterates washington and many other founding fathers too. And you might say well things are different now than they were then fair enough. My point is this and it's to the political point. The american people are looking at this war in afghanistan. They're not seeing any particular reason to stay there. They're even looking at the argument that you have to prevent another nine eleven and saying yes. Saudi nationals were welcomed into afghanistan but then came to america. They trained in america. They were welcomed onto airplanes with tools that we're not even illegal to bring on airplanes at the time. Why do we have a department of homeland security. Why can't we deal with these things without having an on the ground presence in afghanistan and all i'm saying is whether that is true or not. They have the founding fathers on their side. And so. I think we need to answer. They don't founding fathers went and killed all the barbary pirates. No no no he knows is right about this. Part of the thing is this was before the invention of the airplane. The world is a very different place. They were talking about a country that was protected by two oceans. And they really did if you take harris but still barbary pirates were threat to our trade and commerce that the there is a tradition in america of isolationism. As far as i'm concerned i would be okay with either being an isolationist nation or being an imperial nation. What i can't stand is doing both stand the promises. I can't stand the changing motivation. I cannot stand an uninformed public public doesn't know rightly rightly they do not know who we are. We do not know what we're what what kind of country we're supposed to be in the world. personally personally i think that empire is unavoidable. And i think the chinese are about to prove this to us by taking taiwan. And then we're going to have a much easier time defining who we are because remember. Just remember that. These wars will never paid for when when george w bush was asked by the leftist press. What sacrifices are you. Demanding of. America was essentially. Oh we don't have to sacrifice debate for what will know was expensive. You do have to pay for them. We never paid for this war in the same way. We never pay for the kinds of things that the democrats By never pay so the question. So the question becomes the question becomes. Where are we going to put our treasure. And i think that's the argument that we have the problem that we have is the democrats know they know where they want to put our treasure and we on the on the republican side or the conservative side are really confused about this. Having having a a argument about this that. I think we have to settle before the next presidential election. We live in time of declining liberty and ascendant authoritarianism. You need to own a rifle..

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"washington jefferson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"washington jefferson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Dozens of schools in San Francisco may change their names Washington Jefferson Roosevelt and Lincoln iconic names in American history whose past actions measured against today's Cancel culture movement could mean big changes at their namesakes schools in San Francisco, a renaming advisory committee is targeting 44 elementary, middle and high schools named after figures it deems problematic. The list includes Jefferson and Washington, who owned slaves and says Theodore Rowe. Roosevelt opposed civil rights, while FDR refused to support an anti lynching bill boxes. Claudia Cowan Happy Homecoming for a little boy in Ohio. A three year old boy identified only as Tony has been reunited with his father and his dog after police say he was abandoned at a cemetery just two days before Christmas. Authorities in Hinkley, a suburb of Cleveland, said the child's mother had been undergoing treatment at a local medical facility and may face charges. The father is not accused of any wrongdoing. Ah, witness saw the child at the cemetery running after a car. A dog was also chasing the vehicle. The child was placed with a foster family before a relative saw his picture in news reports. Shampoo. So Fox News and King's Hawaiian being sued for not actually making it sweet rolls in that Aloha State King's Hawaiian sweet rolls not actually made in Hawaii. But Torrance, California, prompting a class action lawsuit by a man named Robert Golinski of New York, who's apparently so outraged by and claiming the packaging prominently features Hawaii leading people to think the bride has actually made their though the company was created in Hawaii back in the 19 fifties. Jeff Man also Fox News..

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"washington jefferson" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"washington jefferson" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Of schools and San Francisco may change their names Washington Jefferson Roosevelt and Lincoln iconic names in American history whose past actions measured against today's cancel culture movement could mean big changes at their namesakes schools in San Francisco, a renaming advisory committee is targeting 44 elementary, middle and high schools named after figures it deems problematic. The list includes Jefferson and Washington, who Owned slaves and says Theodore Roosevelt opposed civil rights while FDR refused to support an anti lynching bill boxes. Claudia Cowan Happy Homecoming for a little boy in Ohio, a three year old boy, identified only as Tony has been reunited with his father and his dog after police say he was abandoned at a cemetery just two days before Christmas. Authorities in Hinkley, a suburb of Cleveland, said the child's mother had been undergoing treatment at a local medical facility and may face charges. The father is not accused of any wrongdoing. Ah, witness saw the child at the cemetery running after a car. A dog was also chasing the vehicle. The child was placed with a foster family before a relative saw his picture in news reports. Pam Puso Fox News And King's Hawaiian being sued for not actually making it sweet rolls in that Aloha State King's Hawaiian sweet rolls not actually made in Hawaii. But Torrance, California, prompting a class action lawsuit by a man named Robert Golinski of New York, who's apparently so outraged by and claiming the packaging prominently features Hawaii leading people to think the brain is actually made their though the company was created in Hawaii back in the 19 fifties. Jeff Manasso Fox News. I'm Carmen Roberts and This is Fox News. Now. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S Department of Veterans.

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"washington jefferson" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"washington jefferson" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Demand from Fox News and Amazon, Alexa Dozens of schools in San Francisco may change their names Washington Jefferson Roosevelt and Lincoln Iconic names in American history, whose past actions measured against today's Cancel culture movement could mean big changes at their namesakes schools in San Francisco, a renaming advisory committee is targeting 44 Elementary, middle and high schools named After figures it deems problematic. The list includes Jefferson and Washington, who owned slaves and says Theodore Roosevelt opposed civil rights while FDR refused to support an anti lynching bill boxes. Claudia Cowan Happy Homecoming for a little boy in Ohio, a three year old boy, identified only as Tony has been reunited with his father and his dog after police say he was abandoned at a cemetery just two days before Christmas. Authorities in Hinkley, a suburb of Cleveland, said the child's mother had been undergoing treatment at a local medical facility and may face charges. The father is not accused of any wrongdoing. Ah, witness saw the child at the cemetery running after a car. A dog was also chasing the vehicle. The child was placed with a foster family before a relative saw his picture in news reports. Pam Puso Fox News And King's Hawaiian being sued for not actually making it sweet rolls in that Aloha State King's Hawaiian sweet rolls not actually made in Hawaii. But Torrance, California, prompting a class action lawsuit by a man named Robert Golinski of New York, who's apparently so outraged by and claiming the packaging prominently features Hawaii leading people to think the brain is actually made their though the company was created in Hawaii back in the 19 fifties. Jeff Man also Fox News. I'm Carmen Roberts and This is Fox News. To show you how easy it is to file a claim with Geico. We hired a soap opera star gracious me. My car has storm damage, and I had to file a claim. Could it possibly get worse when my claims team leave me for someone else? Someone less intense? Um, no, Actually, when you file a claim with Geico, you get your own dedicated claims team who promises to stay with you throughout the process. Ever known such loyalty. I can't wait for the second season guy go great service without all the drama. Find unspeakable piece When I come to these grounds, Catholic cemeteries are sacred ground there times that we come here and we just want peace..

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"washington jefferson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"washington jefferson" Discussed on AP News

"AP News For Friday, July 3rd, I'm Native American protesters blocked a road, leading them out Rushmore ahead of President Trump's speech and fireworks show. Trump is not welcomed here. This is our land. We do not support that with racing rapists. We want to cut it weigh wanted Marlon Marlon protesters, noting that the black Hills in South Dakota were taken from the Lakota people by the US government against treaty agreements. The events could draw thousands of South Dakota GOP is selling T shirts with Trump's likeness on the monument alongside Washington, Jefferson Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt. On Aurora, Colorado police officer has resigned, and interim police chief Vanessa Wilson takes action against others. I terminated the remaining three They're no longer able to wear this badge or represent this agency. Three officers took a photo of them, smiling as they reenacted the chokehold death of Elijah McClane, sending it to one of the officers involved in his death. He responded with Ha ha. During a rally Friday night, McClain's family friends and community activist noted that justice was swift her for the mocking photo. Than the use of force that led to McLane's death. The two other officers who stopped the young men are still on the force Authorities air looking again at possible criminal charges after clearing them last year. At least four people have been hospitalized following a shooting near the food court of a mall in a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, Hoover police say at this time, they don't know the condition of those who were shot. They also don't know what led to the shooting. Nor how many gunmen were involved. River Chase Galleria was the scene of a 2018 police shooting of an officer freely shot a black man who was armed with a gun after mistaking him for the suspect. In an earlier shooting at that mall. This is AP News. Arizona is one of many states seeing big increases and not only Corona virus cases, but also hospitalizations and death. Dr. Matt Heinz works at Tucson Medical Center more than is closing the bar beats. It means a kind of lock it down. Probably for good. 30 days, maybe 45 days. See where things are at what and then decompressed. And and reduce be demand on critical chair nationally. The Johns Hopkins Corona Virus Resource Center says more than 129,000 people have died in the pandemic in this country. 52,300 new cases Friday, including 9500 additional cases in Florida after a record of more than 10,000 new cases on Thursday. Five people are dead. At least three others seriously hurt in a crash Friday evening on Interstate in Charlotte, North Carolina. Police have not released a cause for that wreck. As Washington's NFL team looks at its name. Baseball's Cleveland Indians are doing the same. I'm to McGuire AP News The pints of being poured in the unkempt hair. These are being cut in styled is England in box on its biggest locked down easing yet pubs, restaurants and cinemas are now reopening and people come once again visit different households and even tie the knot for the first time in three months. On many of those despairing of what they see in the mirror can finally get their hair trims. In all cases, social distancing rules have to be followed. Barbershop owner Stephanie Hedley was relieved to finally be back in business. After three months you have been booking appointments. I have messages and pictures of dodgy haircuts and also, the easing of the Loch Sam will be warmly welcomed. There are concerns that the British government is being overly hasty in other countries. The reopening of bars and restaurants has been blamed for a spike in infections. Karen Schama's London Corona virus Update. I'm Ben Thomas with an AP News MINUTE Public health officials are urging Americans toe hold more muted celebrations this Independence day, given the spike in Corona virus cases. Confirmed cases are climbing in 40 states and the U. S. Set another record Friday with 52,300 newly reported infections that, according to the tally, kept by Johns Hopkins University, Dr Stan Wilson Roper, ST Francis in South Carolina, puts it this way. This is a category six hurricane of illness we can't evacuate. We need to stay in place. We need to stay away from others that sound courtesy wcsc. President Trump is going the other direction with July 4th celebration. This has been a great honor After a rally and fireworks display at Mount Rushmore Friday night, he's planning to go big in the nation's capital. With a military flyover and fireworks display expected to draw thousands to the National Mall. The Interior Department says it will hand out 300,000 face coverings to Spectators. Meanwhile, the Trump campaign has confirmed that Kimberly Guilfoyle, a top fundraiser and the girlfriend of Trump's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr. Has tested positive for the Corona virus. Both Guilfoyle and Trump Jr have cancelled public events and are isolating themselves in major League baseball team said the gun working out in preparation for their abbreviated season is a great feeling to come back today for sure, Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw of this three months taught me anything is that you know, I really I really miss the game. I love baseball. I miss I miss plan. I miss pitching that sound courtesy Spectrum. SportsNet Los Angeles. I'm Ben Thomas. AP News Helpful.

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President Trump vows to protect Mount Rushmore from any changes

News, Traffic and Weather

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

President Trump vows to protect Mount Rushmore from any changes

"Denouncing the defacing of Confederate statues and monuments. President Trump ushering in Fourth of July celebrations and Mount Rushmore in South Dakota president declaring Vandals will be arrested and punished to the fullest extent of the law under the granite gaze of Washington, Jefferson Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt President Trump praised founding fathers extolled the nation's ideals and achievements and attack. Protesters who aim to remove some historic monuments as a merciless campaign to wipe out our history. Defame our heroes, a race of use and indoctrinating our Children. Most monuments under attack on our soldiers of the Confederacy that unsuccessfully fought to break away from the Republic. Almost none of the 3700 people in the audience war face coverings or kept a distance from each other.

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"washington jefferson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"washington jefferson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I'm Pam, who? So Fox News pushed back against President Trump as he prepares to head to South Dakota for an Independence Day weekend celebration. The president adding to the black hills of South Dakota, where he'll deliver remarks and fireworks will fly high above Washington Jefferson Roosevelt in Lincoln, as Will the Blue Angels fly over some 7500 folks expected to attend, but he'll be met by protesters. Sioux Tribe leader Held Frazier, who's calling for the removal of the Mount Rushmore memorial is black. Acing tonight's event faxes Griff Jenkins. Native American groups of also concerned the fireworks could spark wildfires. Thie event comes amid a strong resurgence of Corona virus cases across much of the country in Florida. Miami Dade County beaches are close starting today through July 7th Midnight curfew is now in place for Miami Beach in a number of July 4th celebrations have been cancelled on beaches throughout the state and here in California, big rollbacks and loosen restrictions as the state monitors and alarm. Rise in Cove in 19 cases in at least 19 counties, faxes Christina Coleman in New Jersey A big test is more than half a dozen Atlantic City casinos reopened. The longtime confidante of Jeffrey Epstein is reportedly planning to fully cooperate after being arrested for her role in an alleged sex trafficking ring. This as one of the pair's alleged victims, tells Fox. She's also willing to tell all this is the first time that this Jane Doe has publicly spoken about being sexually abused by Dylan Maxwell, who she says is just as evil as Jeffrey Epstein. Now she claims this sexual abuse started in 1991 when she was just 14 years old. Fox is Brian Yannis Maxwell denies any wrongdoing. America's.

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"washington jefferson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"washington jefferson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"11 30 W. Said. When last I spoke with you A few moments ago, We were talking with John Wyatt about the move in Wauwatosa to dump the names of four schools Wilson Madison. Washington and Who's the other one in the crosshairs? Washington Jefferson One of the things that's noteworthy about this is How ideas Concepts. That were considered to be mainstream, acceptable and so on. All of a sudden can instantaneously be rendered brutally offensive and terrible. There's a level of arrogance in any particular generation is simply unilaterally decide. The 250 years worth of people were worthless morons in parable, individuals. There's a general respect for history simply because most of us recognize that we are merely passengers through history ourselves. Their debates all the time in the various translations of the Bible. And biblical scholars argue all the time of and there's different versions of the Bible that I wrote there. I don't know all their names his new American, and there's King David's the one that's written in in the older style language and so on, But they're all based on translations from the original Greek and so on. But if you go from one Bible to the other, and I'm not a biblical scholar, by any means, they all kind of, say the same thing. But a little bourbon ages different You don't see many people, though, standing up, saying we did Terra look out, he was politically incorrect. Old Testament. That's it's too pro Israel. We gotta throw that out of there. That's offensive. I don't want to give anybody any ideas, but Sort of a tacit understanding that we have a heritage. And until recently, I think that there was also an acceptance. But the fact that we had a heritage did not mean that we thought that the heritage was perfect. Every one of us has relatives and ancestors. Turn the damn perfect one of them of the group. Doesn't mean that it's not your heritage, and it's that way. They're not worthy of being honored, and for that matter, thought positively about When you see heritage is eliminated. It's generally because the society has been overthrown. They did this all the time in Russia. I mean, Stalingrad has gone back and forth forever and ever and ever when a pro Stalinist was in place it be Stalingrad, Leningrad the same thing. Then they get rid of the names. They knocked down statues and wipe names out of the history books in China. The purging of their history, said that the only version that's out there is the one that the current leaders liked. Until recently, we in the West looked upon that with of hards. Our histories are history. For most of us have felt mostly better. But a patriot is somebody who loves the United States and thinks that we're a great country. But even among those who loathe us Still our history. This game that we have right now. They not only are unbelievably arrogant and thinking that their judgment Should trump that of every generation prior to this There are little depraved in trying to deny people the actual education of their heritage. Suppose the kid's got a dad who turns out to be a crook. It's bad guy. You're not going to tell the kid that he shouldn't know about his father. Part of his heritage, and I'm talking. There's something that is imperfect. The ultimate imperfection in the United States has better ourselves. But we were stuck with it. Bitterly. So what happened? Reality's wanted a break off for Britain, but they knew in order to make it work. They couldn't just be a handful of those of the Northeast into the ones of the South Pole. Probably would have lost the Revolutionary War without a And yet you maintain a union. May have been a deal with the devil. But the deal with the devil was cut. You literally gave the devil his due it they've got to keep the slaves. It was untenable. Is the reason we had a Mason Dixon lied. Is the reason we had the Missouri compromise. We're wrestling with this of the beginning. In the role of the slaves. A terrible ruling for the United States. Supreme Court the dread Scott case. You don't see many Americans saying we ought to be proud of that. I'm proud of the dread sky case, but I Also wasn't there. To do anything about it. Think that the ruling was terrible in a moral justice. I think Robert's his weight was terrible tomorrow. The fact that I hate Roberts his weight and I think the fact that I hate the fact that our country legalizes the murder of Children. Does it mean That you reject the entire nation. Many people believe that abortion is every bit as immoral as slavery. They believe it to be murder. The objection to that does not mean A rejection of the entire national culture. But today's people around the ultimate power trip Their history book would have two pages and they'd write up. What's rather remarkable about this is I say, is how some of these people just came up with these ideas seemingly a couple of years ago. Why weren't you bothered five years ago or 10 or 15 or 20 Some of you 60 years old. How come you weren't crapping all over George Washington when you were 38..

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"washington jefferson" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"washington jefferson" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Like I'm the voice of the young people came out here to get some justice in South bro. A police officers wounded after a violent encounter to public safety building. The suspect was armed with a knife on Lori Kirby. Hello, my little friends, Galicia, says Grant where they want to take him down. He's the one that stopped. You dislike so much, You know, it's a disgrace Gonna do is an executive order. And we're gonna make the city's guard their monument, sister disgracing Wei cannot let acts of violence to find this movement for change. The voluntary participation or the tops of rules established against San Antonio. Don't bend the curve is cracked down on the bars, another places where there's overcrowding if they don't help in the curve. Yes, different measures will be required of you. R thought. Perhaps that Roosevelt is not the person you thought he was, or grant. It's not the person you thought he was. Or General Lee is not the person you thought he was. I think you would think twice about having a statue of Him up in a court for how long do you think Seattle in those few blocks? Looks like this? I don't know. We could have a summer of love our number to a baby in the middle of a 60 80 W ork lightning. Who's the woman in there? Talking about this statue that was the host on the view. What's her name? Sonny? Uh, Sonny off. I feel like I know Grant is and I can guarantee you I would have a statue of Grant in my I feel like I know Washington Wass. I can guarantee you I would have said your Washington and anyone who doesn't know Have you guys seen the latest Thomas Jefferson, now in New York Assemblyman want to take the Washington Jefferson statue down in the New York Assembly? I told you yesterday and I'll continue to tell you, but but Jefferson.

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"washington jefferson" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"washington jefferson" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"A million times before in there with any president Lincoln Washington Jefferson any of them you take the good with the bad and I would prefer the president not referred to political opponents or anybody else as human scum so funny now the good outweighs that by what maybe three four five hundred million times when when you're talking about all the lives the saving all the good she's doing the good so far outweighs the bad but I am with you on that my friend I don't want any president referring to anybody as human scum okay what about him putting people in harm's way during during his campaigning for calling me on that one well do you remember when he was campaigning he said what city what was it go head beat the crap out of them appear legal bills that is that's that's ridiculous wasn't that wasn't literal is a figure of speech and like this is another perfect example hold on no I'm gonna finish a sentence Mike you want the standard to be perfection if the standards perfection and you go out there tear down the statue of Lincoln tear down the statue of Washington we've never had a perfect president but you want to talk about her this way you know who we put in harm's way and he was willing to put in harm's way to protect you Mike and to protect your family he was willing to put himself in harm's way by eliminating from the face of the earth that satanic vicious evil terrorist general so the money trump knew he was putting himself in harm's way by doing that and he was willing to do it so you don't grow up man obviously no president is ever going to be perfect but these holier than thou people who say oh no no no it's better we lose to the left on on life even if the cost tens of millions of lives lose to the laughter second amendment right lose to the left on everything because the president called somebody names I mean that's so childish very in love when you're on the Dan Koeppel show here for in Casper Stockham it's gonna join us and we'll take calls as well in the five o'clock hour how you doing very good how are you good man do you think it okay yes yeah I just the the gentleman that you were speaking with earlier yeah I I know that trump will will that back you know if somebody is hitting me he he gets back the whole thing about a basket of irredeemable deplorable one one one trump came up with you know what his opponents yeah they act and she is talking about half the country yeah as far as I can tell you right now so you know the yeah yeah yeah yeah that that from call somebody scum or whatever I I agree with you I I would like that that maybe it wouldn't be that way but you know when I maybe I'm maybe I am a full or whatever but I do believe that he cares about the human race and there is an app isn't this true undeniably true all that it would be nice to not have all the all the other stuff but you know he is going to be right back you're not going to accept that yeah and and play play nice guy just because that's what he's expected to do yeah very very much appreciate your point my friend and berries point listen we all know life is messy but we know fighting is messy and he is a fighter and thank god he is a fighter or this secular far left would have steamrolled America by now he is a fighter and fighting is messy sometimes he's going to color outside the lines but what would you rather have that the Wimbledon rules type president who just gets run over by the left and tens of millions of more children die unnecessarily we lose our right to religious liberty and free speech and the right to bear arms you know so that we can be nice and neat and tidy while the other side is slicing us to bits not caring about truth not caring about justice or fairness now I wanna fighter and fighting is messy it's not always going to be inside the lines hail from Bennett you're on the Dan caplet show welcome Hey Dan banks say that was Joe I it his main problem is that trump is an outsider he came in with no political experience and he showed what these guys who've been in politics for ever and a day couldn't deal he downward parked eight months than the last three presidents did in their eight year each a great point how that'll have to be the last word in a great last word it is for the R. Casper stock moves out candidate for Congress will be with us in the five o'clock hour will continue to take your calls play hot tape and enjoy enjoy the the self destruction of the left there's more to report on nafta and the Dan Patrick show now impact traffic.

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"washington jefferson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"washington jefferson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And also it ninety six point three HD two the book by holder he wrote the history of violence in the conflict between Great Britain and its rebellious colonies across the Atlantic the book's most appalling chapter takes its title for the name the Iroquois gave Washington they call them tell destroyer under Washington's orders the Continental Army carried out a punitive campaign that decimated the Iroquois crops and homes with the avowed goal of the total ruin of their settlements that's George Washington and the scorched earth tactics employed against native Americans race hardly an eyebrow when the increasingly desperate British inflicted them on the white south hook writes in the alienated a war weary population while reminding them of the purpose of the continued struggle we learned that racism also played a role southerners were outraged the British promised freedom to slaves who fought for them and use mixed race raiding parties to attack plantations one amazing fact the pen in my eyes is the marl messiness that hook captures in such depths listen to this flames owned by Washington and Thomas Jefferson were among those who fled to the British and both men unabashedly retrieve their human property Afrikan Wallace surrendered at Yorktown let me repeat that I don't think you know this slaves that were owned by Washington Jefferson were among those who fled to the British and both Washington and Jefferson took their slaves back after corn Wallace surrendered at Yorktown did you know that Washington went on to advocate reintegrating loyalist into society with full rights of properties restored according to Mister hope he believes that quote after winning the Morrow war America all set to win the peace by conducting itself in accordance with international law and the light and that the goal standards well we all know those words were just words coming near the end of a narrative that demonstrates how fluid and self serving ethical standards could be but there's really no implication that Washington didn't mean what he said why getting truly valuable history scars of independence so called issues confident good bad dichotomies in favor of assessing the past in all its complexity and ambiguity this amazing article by Wendy Smith for The Boston Globe is entitled dark violence and atrocities of the revolutionary war which is another element of the darkness of man's inhumanity to man go back to the octogenarian pelo see who's now reached a new low of insanity as you will hear in the next clip she says illegal aliens are no longer illegal aliens they are newcomers and they should be allowed to vote you have to listen to this to understand how twisted pelo see actually is from illegal aliens valley and newcomers listen about newcomers we have to recognize the constant reinvigoration of America that they are that we all had been our families and that unless you're blessed to be native American which is a blessing in itself that we respect are you joking constant remote influencing of hope determination optimism courage to make the future.

"washington jefferson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"washington jefferson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Like teaching the values of Dennis Prager so here I am like who is Dennis Prager and I honestly thought that you were just some founding father that like I never heard of all that is your opinion what I love that Madison I love that Madison Adams Washington Jefferson and Prager yes or yes it would be that order I agree with that yeah yeah I I I look you guys up and stop you and I was actually looking for a job because I think I just want to get involved with that because the video that you put out so amazing a like I just need to see what I can do right now where I'm at and I saw this thing like for students and I thought Prager force and so I got involved and the rest is history that's wonderful were you raised in a you raised it in a conservative home yes I was so I I am a Catholic I am a conservative Catholic which is pretty rare to find these days unfortunately and my parents did such a wonderful job of creating conversations and really raising us to think and to ask questions and that's really all it means to be a conservative is to try to think reasonably and ask questions and learn more and so they really developed that environment for us as kids I have six siblings one is in heaven and yeah so love my family a lot I can't resist forgive me tell me why one is in heaven miscarriage so I many people ask that question and I'm a firm believer that life begins at conception and so I always will tell people that I have six siblings wanted and having just to humanize who that person was yeah it was she died to a miscarriage and yeah okay that's what I wanted to understand now you are and your in Hillsdale which has a reputation and I think earned of being a conservative a rare rare rare read among colleges a conservative place but my assumption is that not every student there is conservative that that probably a very fair assumption you it's it's hard to find any place that one hundred percent can service and I don't want by the way I don't think you need to be I just want to make that clear I just wanted this I'm talking a description of the prescription okay go ahead yeah so I will actually begin my freshman year at hold no college in the fall so I haven't bands okay.

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"washington jefferson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"washington jefferson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Beautifully printed before he got a kindle or mobile too but it is beautifully printed the rational Bible volume two came out just now working on the third volume of going in the order of the first five books sept Deuteronomy the fifth one will be five there is a story by the way in the book that I'm doing now the fourth book called numbers this is a story of rebellion against Moses you know what the guy says guy's name is Cora Hebrew it's very it's the most famous rebellion in the in the first five books if it perhaps even in the Bible Hey Moses who are you to leave us were all holy where all holy that awesome sound like anything you would hear today now I don't write about left and right in the commentary it's a political but you would still relate to it you can so relate to with the notion of egalitarianism is so old I don't like this is my commentary but I have this view of called living groundhog day every day because people really don't learn from history but first choose a yeah imagine hearing that every day for thousands of years Hey Hey man time it why do you keep repeating the same errors of the last generation and the one before that and the one before that so on because people are arrogant they think that the the past we're stupid people were stupid we're smarter that's the real belief the left has that were much better than we're better than Washington Jefferson and Madison Franklin we're better than they were smarter than them were finer than them so there's nothing to learn from them spike the mockery of the Bible all my god you didn't even banned slavery and you're going to learn anything from that explains the whole issue of slavery in the accident that's the issue all right but what is more good news gotta find it I'm not used to good news which remarkably was reported in The New York Times of all places let's see here.

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"washington jefferson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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03:04 min | 2 years ago

"washington jefferson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"National Bank of Arizona a division of Zions Bancorporation and a member FDIC there is always breaking news and traffic Katie A. R. news on ninety two point three FM good morning you're listening to Arizona Sporting News on journey fostering for Jim sharp at six thirty and were following a number of stories for you at this hour president trump has just become the first sitting U. S. president to step foot into North Korea but first happening right now road closures in power outages in downtown Phoenix where there's been a deadly explosion in an underground electrical fall right now APS is telling us numerous large buildings downtown will be without power that is our top story this morning here's Jamie west major power in traffic problems in downtown Phoenix because of the explosion which is killed one APS worker heard another KTA hours Jim crosses live at First Avenue near Washington yeah Jamie's don't know because given explosion that happened late last night buildings without power include walls Fargo next municipal building America county administration building as a south and others operating with Marcia her name downtown Phoenix Phoenix park captain Robert day says the concerned that this could snowball into more outages there are two main power generating areas one of them is now out completely so there's one laugh very hot said a big strain on the system downtown Phoenix traffic going to be heavily impacted a First Avenue is closed from essentially Van Buren The Washington Jefferson a Washington is closed from central the first or second Avenue there are three light rail stations closed until further notice First Avenue event urine First Avenue Jefferson third street and Jefferson writers all along the line should expect delays on that system also the buses will be impacted as their traveling around downtown Phoenix this morning and very like with this afternoon live in downtown Phoenix jump cross KTAR news there will definitely be keeping close tabs on that six thirty one Danny Sullivan in the valley show videos traffic center will try to get you around through downtown right now Danny yeah if you are trying to get into downtown Phoenix you know some of the areas is Jim was saying or close to but you can't use seventh street Seventh Avenue those are gonna be those main roads to get you into downtown Phoenix also Buckeyes going to be one it as well two way at least get close as possible around the area if you need to get to work now you also have some road closures well another one this one's due to a fatal accident though it's a rollover Bethany home road it shut down between fifty Seventh Avenue at about fifty First Avenue and it looks like you do have some good alternatives to Glendale or camel back instead there is a new crash on a freeway it's on I seventeen south bound just south of Thomas off right this report is brought to you by London mortgage increase property values mean you might be able to finally drop your mortgage insurance ask the lawn to mortgage.

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"washington jefferson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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12:22 min | 3 years ago

"washington jefferson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Cover ups in American politics. Seventeen seventy six to nineteen sixty three Don Jeffries is with us, and we will take phone calls in the at the top of the fourth hour. Now third hour, I should say rather we were talking about Thomas Jefferson earlier, and it has become a very trendy to to to take a run at Thomas Jefferson as you say he's been referred to as a racist because yes, he he did own slaves and unlike George Washington Jefferson did not free his slaves upon his death. But we'll explain maybe why in a moment, but he's also now being called a rapist, and this has to do with a slave was at Sally Hemmings. And. Yeah. Tell us about a about this this narrative that that he fathered her children when she was only sixteen. Well, the Hemmings controversy began during the campaign of eighteen hundred Jefferson and Adam. So ironically would later become great friends at correspondence between them is filled. Lots and lots of books that are some of the more entertaining books, and by the court story, but during the campaign, it was it was a campaign that we could appreciate today. There was lots and lots of personal tax of mud slinging and a guy named games calendar for started this rumor that Jefferson had been having an affair with his slave Sally Hemmings, and it was pretty much kind of a political fodder for the day. But it was largely forgotten. There were there were descendants of Sally having continue their oral tradition for a long time to claim that Jefferson had fathered her children. But what really wasn't until fawn Brodie put out where what you called a psycho biography of Jefferson in nineteen seventy four believe it was where she reinvigorated. This this old story and ever since that time just kind of picked up steam with with the culture drifting left. It's something that apparently they wanted to believe, and I've never really understood. Because of the story is true. I I'm not sure why couldn't be Jefferson can be painted into a hip gut. It was was having an original because hectically she was a slave. But Sally Hemmings was favored. There's no doubt about that. And she she had some kind of favorites status. But I think that was kind of standard on the the plantation the plantation system. But I think the the idea that she was only sixteen when she had this child in, you know, today today's standards she'd be underage, but. You know in seventeen. Really? Definitely been proven in the same DNA tests that were trumpeted nineteen ninety eight the basically it basically showed that there was a connection of DNA connection machine. H Jefferson that apparently is between twenty five different male Jefferson's that were around in that area at the time. One of them and Sally Hemmings for one children. She bore several children. And that child was not the one she bore at a sixteen. So he was there was no DNA connection between Jefferson strain and the child she wore at age sixteen, but he continues to be called some kind of a a rapist because she was technically underage at the time. Although for that air really sixteen wasn't as young as we think of because women tended to get birth at a younger age and get married at a younger age. But so that's one on charge. And and the fact that the Thomas Jefferson, the the monitor Hello foundation that runs the his his old residents that certainly should be you'd think they would be working to try to present him in the best start way possible ever since those DNA results they've been run basically by anti Jefferson type people, and as I understand it. I haven't done a tour there. But I understand in recent years the tours. Ran monitor now, a revolve great deal around the Sally Hemmings saiga. And that's I think it's unfortunate that a man of Jefferson's ability. Just brilliant vendor. Rain writer, floss affir- just sage that was light years above really a renaissance man that he's now being relegated to this kind of a cartoonist character drooling racist who is raping his one of his slaves. And that's what people think of now, especially younger people because that's what they're being taught. And if they're going to to Monticello, apparently that's taught there by the people that run his his old mansion presumably to to continue his legacy isn't isn't there? An historian who's referring to Jefferson as the monster of Monticello? Titles of of a book by court story. And that was published by I presume, a major publisher. Yeah. And it's it's it's just like. Now because because of the climate we live in certainly written a lot about I criticize the political correctness, and the culture, the the the culture that produces? He social Justice worries cavalierly throw out the racist label and sexist label. Whatever you want certainly racist labels, number one. They throw that public figures today they're willing to call anybody raises for slip of time. Well, they're going after people like Thomas Jefferson now just just a, you know, the greatest figures this country's ever prison, of course. Two hundred over two hundred years removed from his any any ability to be able to defend himself. He certainly not here to depend himself. And I don't know that any descendants his depending depending either. So I'm doing it to the extent I can in this book because I I don't I don't think his Stoorikhel been tarnished at all his writing still resounding their time. Unlike a lot of writings from much closer time periods or on president they aren't dated because they're talk in degrade issues of liberty and Justice and opposition to tyranny and consent of the govern. These are timeless. Our time rights explain the paradox, though, John donne because he was anti slavery, but he did own slaves. And unlike George Washington who freed his slaves upon his death Jefferson did not, but there's kind of an interesting explanation. So explain that paradox. First of all because he wrote about you know, the evil of slavery and yet. He had slaves. It certainly is a paradox. But Jefferson was a complex man in one of his flaws apparently was that he really had a tremendous inability to handle money, which is kind of goes against what he was writing about this philosophy, but apparently in his personal life. He kinda was very generous and spendthrift, and he was always in financial trouble. Always. And so one of the reasons that has been as been offered up by by the few defenders, he has left is that the reason that he simply couldn't afford to free. The slave was stay, you know, obviously, they they were very responsible for the upkeep of the match. And he is he'd written a great deal. He had a plan on how to free flavor I ate the plan in the book. But he he thought that they should be gra-. We didn't for second believe that they bet human being should be inflated. He wrote a story, but he recognized the system was there and. Later as as turned out. He was certainly a accurate in his forecast because after the civil war a lot of problems resulted from large illiterates wave, and it was mainly because they weren't allowed to even learn to read and write they were suddenly thrust into society onto supposed- equal footing, and that caused all kinds of problems and Jefferson racking Nuys that because of the way it certainly was a white supremacist size society. Certainly is look back at it now. But obviously was when you had people that were inflamed. He wanted to go gradually anyone into assimilate them gradually into society believe come up with a. By particular date after particular year anyone born after that year was automats born free. And I think is planned would've would've worked a lot better it caused a lot less controversy. And I think we wouldn't have seen. The over hundred years of really really a racial animosity that we saw with Jim crow laws and separate bathrooms and all that that just you know, finally was results in the civil rights movement. But I think all that could have been a largely voided certainly if we or civil war which was about later as well. But I think Jefferson's plan made more more sense rather than kind of just baptism by fire. Suddenly throwing you know, formerly enslaved people who back into society and expecting them without resources financial resources that educational resources, and knowing the mindset of the people that even though very few people actually own slave, the mindset as the white public at large is obviously that they didn't consider them. They're social equals at least at that time. So this there was lots and lots of problems that were found to happen. Only people with like Jefferson had the foresight. I believe that they would have. And so I think. He wouldn't certainly didn't not a slave out of some kind of cold callousness. And I think that's kind of the way it's represented now by the court stories that see he he was a hypocrite. You know, he was talking about liberty in about equality in here. He kept his slaves and he didn't even frame at his death. This subject is a lot more complicated that and I explain more in the book, but I think just people try to get the other side, and they're not going to get that other side too, many other places in my book. Do you think it's too late to reclaim Jefferson's legacy? Hope not. But I think that you know, we we're close to cultural or what what Pat Buchanan talked about a long time ago, the cultural War, I think we see it now in full force. And obviously, Donald Trump represents a lot of that is a lighting ride kind of in the middle of that. So I think the people that are on that side that one side with what today's left is are never certainly now I think it's just it's just headed in one. It's like trying to fight against the the current where everything is going one direction. And it's it's just logical that this is going to keep up where all the founding fathers as it stands. Now. Statues will be torn down the civil war that certainly the confederate statues, and so forth the schools, and the roads and everything will eventually be all taken off except maybe Hamilton said, I'm sure he's he's still go navy Benjamin Franklin they seem to have a favor of a little more favorable opinion of him. Right. That's. Interesting because this is Franklin kind of represents the flip side in the book because on the one hand we're trying to reclaim Jefferson's legacy. But on the other hand, it's you're saying it's time we took a little closer look at who. Ben Franklin really was. I mean, we think of him as this great adventure in a publisher and an author and founding father, but a bit of a senior dark side there to like a complete libertine devoid of moral principles and. Sexual mores. Let's let's talk a little bit about Ben Franklin. Club that alone. I mean, apparently these people got together, and they had prostitutes dressed is none is in just this blasphemous type type of things Jefferson. I mean, a prank l'an quotes on the record where he clearly in a lot of the founding fathers, certainly were we're not conventional Christians, but Franklin particular seems to have been especially for that era. There weren't too many of sex trace guys, I don't I don't think why around at that time. But Jefferson Franklin certainly was in the hellfire club was was aptly named in leave..

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"washington jefferson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

12:46 min | 3 years ago

"washington jefferson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Crimes and cover ups in American politics. Seventeen seventy six to nineteen sixty three Don Jeffries is with us, and we will take phone calls in the at the top of the fourth hour. Now third hour say rather we were talking about Thomas Jefferson earlier, and it has become a very trendy to to to take a run at Thomas Jefferson as you say he's been referred to as a racist because yes, he he did own slaves and unlike George Washington Jefferson did not free his slaves upon his death. But we'll explain maybe why in a moment, but he's also now being called a rapist, and this has to do with a slave. Was it Sally Hemmings? Yeah. Tell us about a about this this narrative that that he fathered her children when she was only sixteen. Well, the Hemmings conjurers begin during the campaign of eighteen hundred Jefferson and Adams. So ironically would later become great, friends and correspondence between filled. Lots and lots of books that are by the the more entertaining books, and by the court story, but during the campaign, it was it was a campaign that we could appreciate today. There was lots and lots of personal tax lots of mudslinging and a guy named games calendar for started this rumor that ever said had been having an affair with his slave Sally having and it was pretty much kind of a political fodder for the day. But it was largely forgotten. Now there were there were descendants of Sally having continue to their oral traditions for a long time to claim the Jefferson father her children. But what really wasn't until fawn Brodie put out what you called a psycho biography of Everson in nineteen seventy four believe it was where she reinvigorated. This this old story and ever since that time, it's just kind of picked up steam with with the culture drifting to the left. It's something that apparently they wanted to believe, and I never really understood because the story is true. I I'm not sure why it couldn't be Jefferson can be painted into a hit. It was was having original there because technically she was a slave. But belly hemming was favored. There's no doubt about that. And she she had some kind of favorites status. But I think that was kind of standard on the the point the point system. But I I think the the idea that she was only sixteen when she had this child in today by today's standards be underage, but. You know in seventeen that's been really. And that's definitely been proven in the same DNA tests that were trumpeted nineteen ninety eight basically, it basically showed that there was a connection did they can actually sane eight Jefferson that apparently is between twenty five different nail Jefferson's that were around in that area at the time. I'm severs always wanted them and Sally Hemmings for one for children as she bore several children. And that child was not the one she wore at age sixteen. So he was there was no DNA connection between the Jefferson strain and the child wore at age sixteen, but he continues to be called some kind of a a rapist because she was technically underage at the time. Although for that air, really sixteen wasn't as young as we think now because women tend to give birth at a younger age and get married at a younger age, but so that's one Ellen charge. And and the fact that the Thomas Jefferson, the the Monicelli. Foundation that runs the his his old residents that certainly should be. You'd think they would be working to try to present him in the best historical light Basel ever since day results. They've been run basically by anti Jefferson type people, and as I understand it. I've done a tour there. But I understand the recent years the tours ran monitor now revolve a great deal around the Sally Hemmings saiga. And that's I think it's unfortunate that a man of Jefferson's abilities. If brilliant event or brand writer blossom for just a sage that was late years above it really a renaissance man, he's now being relegated to this kind of part Tunis character drooling racist who was raping his one of his slaves. That's what people think of now all of a younger people because that's what they're being taught. And if they're going to to Mantell, apparently, that's. Taught there by the people that that run his his old mansion presumably to to continue his legacy. Isn't isn't there? An historian who's referring to Jefferson as the monster of Monticello? Yeah. I believe that was one of the titles of of a book by court story that was published by I presume a major publisher. Yeah. It's it's it's just like. Now because because of the climate we live in, and I certainly written a lot about I criticize political correctness and the culture of the the culture that produces he social Justice or it cavalierly throw out the racist label and sexist label. Whatever you want certainly racist labels, number one. They throw that public figures today they're willing to call anybody raises for slip of time. Well, they're going after people like Thomas Jefferson now just just know the greatest figures this country's ever, of course, two hundred over two hundred years removed from his any any ability to be able to defend themselves. He certainly not here to defend himself. And I don't know that any descendants his depending of bending either though, I'm doing it to the extent I can in this book because I I don't think it's the story in tortoise at all is writing still was out and their time. It's like a lot of writings from much closer time period store on president they aren't dated because they're talk. Degrade issues of liberty and Justice and opposition to charity and consent of the governed are timeless are Conroy. Explain the paradox though, John donne because he was anti slavery, but he did own slaves. And unlike George Washington who freed his lives upon his death Jefferson did not, but there's kind of an interesting explanation. So explain that paradox. First of all because he wrote about, you know, the evil of slavery and yet he had slaves. Yeah. Well, it certainly is paired accent. But you Jefferson was a complex man and one of his flaws apparently was that he really had a tremendous inability to handle money, which is kind of goes against what he was writing about this philosophy, but apparently in his personal life. He kinda it was very generous in spendthrift, and he was always in financial trouble. Always. And so one of the reasons that have been as. Than offered up by by the few defenders, he has left is that the reason that aid simply couldn't afford, the free the slaves 'cause they obviously they they were very responsible for the upkeep of the match. And he is he'd written a great deal. He had a plan on how to free flavored. I any the plan in the book. But he he thought that they should be Greg didn't for second believe that they human being should be inflated. He wrote a story, but he recognized the system was there and later as as turned out he was certainly a. Accurate and his forecast because after the civil war a lot of problems resulted from largely illiterate slave, and it was mainly because they weren't allowed to even learn to read and write they were suddenly thrust into society on supposed-, equal footing that caused all kinds of problems and Jefferson wagging Nuys it because of the way it certainly was a white supremacist society. Certainly is we look back at it now. But obviously why you had people that were in flav. He wanted to go gradually anyone to assimilate them gradually into society believe he'd come up with a particular date after particular year anyone born after that year was automatically born free. And I think his plan would've would've worked a lot better would it caused a lot though less controversy. And I think we wouldn't have seen. The over one hundred years of really really racial animosity that we saw with Jim crow laws and and separate bathrooms and all that that just finally resulted of rights, but I think all that could have been a largely avoided of certainly if we avoided civil war which will talk about later as well. But I think Jefferson's plan made more more sense rather than kind of just about his by fire. Suddenly throwing you know, formerly enslaved people who back in into a society and expecting them without resources, that's an answer resources that educational resources, and knowing the mindset of the people that even though very few people actually own slave, the mindset of the white public at large as obviously that they didn't consider them. They're social equals Lisa that time. So this there was lots and lots of problems that were to happen only people with like Jefferson that foresight. I believe saw that they would have. And so I think. He wouldn't certainly didn't not treats lays out of some kind of cold callousness. And I think that's kind of the way it's represented now by the court stories that he he was a hypocrite. You know, he was talking about liberty and about equality in here. He kept his slaves that he didn't even frame it step with the subject is a lot more complicated than I explain more in the book. But I think just people try to get the other side, and they're not gonna get that other side, and too many other places in my book, you think it's too late to reclaim Jefferson's legacy. I hope not. But I think that you know, we we're close to a cultural war what Pat Buchanan talked about a long time ago, the cultural War, I think we see it now and full force. And obviously, Donald Trump represents a lot of that is a lighting ride kind of in the middle of that. So I think the people that are on that side that one side with what today's left is are never certainly I think it's just it's just headed in one. It's like trying to fight against the the current where everything is going one direction. And it's it's just logical that this is going to keep up where all the founding fathers as it stands. Now. Statues will be torn down the civil war, the certainly the confederate statues, and so forth the schools, and the roads and everything will eventually be all taken off except maybe Hamilton said, I'm sure he's he's still going Benjamin Franklin. They seem to have a favor of a little more favorable opinion of him. Right. That's. Interesting because this is Franklin kind of represents the flip side in the book because on the one hand we're trying to reclaim Jefferson's legacy. But on the other hand, it's you're saying it's time we took a little closer look at who. Ben Franklin really was. I mean, we think of him as this great adventure in a publisher and an author and founding father, but a bit of a senior dark side there to like a complete libertine devoid of moral principles and. Sexual mores. Let's let's talk a little bit about Ben Franklin. The whole fire club that alone. I mean, apparently these people got together, and they had prostitutes dress, and I'm just just blasting the site type of things Jefferson Bracken quotes on the record where he clearly a lot of the founding fathers, certainly we're we're not conventional Christians, but Franklin particular seem Susan especially for that era. There weren't too many of sex crazy guys. I don't think why around at that time. But you ever I mean Franklin certainly was and the hellfire club was with aptly named lead. It was underneath old monastery way underground, and it certainly interesting connections there and Franklin at the free masonic that actions as well with talk a lot about freemasons the book, and then it's very interesting that most interesting to be of all was I believe it was in the nineteen nineties early two thousand a bunch of.

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"washington jefferson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"washington jefferson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"S. Crimes and cover ups in American politics. Seventeen seventy six to nineteen sixty three Don Jeffries is with us, and we will take phone calls in the at the top of the fourth hour. Now third hour, I should say rather we were talking about Thomas Jefferson earlier, and it has become a very trendy to to to take a run at Thomas Jefferson as you say he's been referred to as racist because yes, he he did own slaves and unlike George Washington Jefferson did not free his slaves upon his death. But we'll explain maybe why in a moment, but he's also now being called a rapist, and this has to do with a slave. Was it Sally Hemmings? And it's yeah. Tell us about a about this this narrative that that he fathered her children when she was only sixteen. Well, the Hemmings controversy began during the campaign of eighteen hundred Jefferson and Adams. So ironically would later become great friends, and of course, fondants between them is filled. Lots and lots of books that are by the some of the more entertaining books, and by the court stories, but during the campaign, it was it was a campaign that we could appreciate today. There was lots and lots of personal tax lots of mudslinging and a guy named games calendar. I started this river that Jefferson had been having an affair with his slave Sally having and it was pretty much kind of a political fodder for the day. But it was largely forgotten. Now there were there were descendants of Sally having they continue to their oral tradition for a long time to claim that Jefferson fathered her children, but what really wasn't until fawn Brodie up. What you called a psycho biography of Jefferson in nineteen seventy four believe it was where she reinvigorated. This this old story and ever since that time just kind of picked up steam with with the culture drifting to the left. It's something that apparently they wanted to believe, and I've never really understood because the story is true. I not sure why it couldn't be whichever can be painted into a hip that was was having original there because technically she was a slave. But Sally Hemmings was favored as doubt about that. And she she had some kind of favorite status, but I think that was kind of standard.

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"washington jefferson" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"washington jefferson" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Crimes and cover ups in American politics. Seventeen seventy six to nineteen sixty three Don Jeffries is with us, and we will take phone calls in the at the top of the fourth hour. Now third hour, I should say rather we were talking about Thomas Jefferson earlier, and it has become a very trendy to to to take a run at Thomas Jefferson as you say he's been referred to as a racist because yes, he he did own slaves and unlike George Washington Jefferson did not free his slaves upon his death. But we'll explain maybe why in a moment, but he's also now being called a rapist, and this has to do with a slave. Was it Sally Hemmings? Yeah. Tell us about a about this this narrative that that he fathered her children when she was only sixteen. Well, the Hemmings controversy began during the campaign of eighteen hundred Jefferson and Adams. So ironically would later become great, friends and correspondence between them is filled. Lots and lots of books that are by some of the more entertaining books, and by the court story, but during the campaign, it was it was a campaign that we could appreciate today. There was lots and lots of personal tax lots of mudslinging and a guy named games calendar for started this river that Jefferson had been having an affair with his slave Sally having and it was pretty much kind of a political fodder for the day. But it was largely forgotten. Now there were there were descendants of Sally having they continue to their oral tradition for a long time to claim that Jefferson. That's her children. But what really wasn't until fawn Brodie put out where what you called a psycho biography of everything and then nineteen seventy four believe it was where she reinvigorated. This this old story and ever since that time just kind of picked up steam with with the culture drifting to the left. It's something that apparently they wanted to believe, and I've never really understood. Because of the story is true. I'm not sure why couldn't be Jefferson can be painted into a hip was was having an original fair. Because technically, she was a slave. Sally Hemmings was favored there's no doubt about that. And she she had some kind of favorite status, but I think that was kind of standard on the the point plantation system. But I I think the the idea that she was only sixteen when she had this child in today by today's standards she'd be underage, but you know in seventeen. Really? And that's definitely been proven in the same DNA tests that were trumpeted nineteen ninety eight basically it basically showed that there was a connection of DNA connection. Eight Jefferson that apparently is between twenty five different nail Jefferson's that were around in that area. At the time. I'm several was one of them and Sally Hemmings for one for children. She bore several children. And that child was not the one she wore at age sixteen. So he was there was no DNA connection between Jefferson strain and the child she wore at age sixteen, but he continues to be called sometimes of a a rapist because she was technically underage at the time. Although for that air.

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