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What this coronavirus does to your body
"Young. There are a lot of viruses that we're familiar with and some of them. We track regularly like the flu. What about for Corona viruses? Do we know a lot about them? We very much do not so. Flu is very familiar. Influence viruses have been the cause of many pandemics in history and we have a very very Established infrastructure studying and combating that with Corona viruses. It's entirely different. Research onto this group of ours is has been very niche for a long period of time and partly. That's because until this new one sauce. Cova to came along that will only six known corona viruses that infect humans four of them are incredibly mild today circulate around the world every winter and they call us maybe a third of cases of what we just called the common calls. So just sniffles runny nose sore throat. That kind of thing. And for that reason people studied them the other two saws and Murs both goes much more severe diseases but caused outbreaks that were easier to contain. What is up with this specific virus? Why why is it so successful? Why is it so good at spreading and infecting humans? Do we actually know that. So I would say that we don't But I think based on what we know we can at least try and put together a plausible hypothesis. The thing that especially makes this virus hod is that it seems to have a long incubation time between a first infecting a new person and then causing symptoms during which it seems to be able to transmit to a new host and specifically the reason why it's capacity to spread before symptoms is bad is that it allows it to really move around the world and within a country before people understand where it is but is there a specific reason why it is So good at infecting humans specifically because this thing originated in animals. Right you're right Based on the structure of the virus it seems that there are a few possible qualities that allow it to spread so easily amid seems to stick to ourselves most strongly in more readily and it seems to be able to infect cells throughout a wider pot of the airways so the virus is basically a spiky bowl. So it's a it's a bowl With these proteins called spike proteins on the surface. those spikes that recognize and latch onto a protein called as to which is found on the surface of our cells and like a key fitting into a lock that is the first step to launching an infection This is also what the original saws virus. Did it had spikes which latched onto ace too. But the specific shape of the spikes on this new virus. Abso- SCURVY TO THOSE FIGHTS. Much better at latching onto as to their a closer fit to the protein. What that means is that maybe it is easier for the virus to attach itself to our cells and maybe that might mean that it takes a lower dose of virus to begin an infection again. This is all pretty speculative but it makes sense given the tight fit between those two molecules. Okay so the first thing is that this virus is better than previous corona viruses sticking to ourselves. What's the second thing right now then? Once once that I touch meant is meant. The spike protein must be split into its two separate halls In order for the infection to continue With the original sauce bars that split did not happen very easily. But with this new virus it can be done by an enzyme called fury in which cuts the to hobbs apart and fear and notably is widespread. It's made by the human body. It's found in a lot of different types of tissues and again that might be important for explaining some of the whig characteristics of this virus. Like what most restorative irises tend to either the upper or the Lower Airways O'Kane if they in the upper airways they spread very easily but they tend to cause mild illnesses like a runny nose. Or or what have you if they in fact lower airways they tend to cause more severe illness illness like pneumonia but they also harder to spread so as Kobe to seems to infect both sites and maybe that's because it relies on that widespread fearing enzyme. And maybe that might explain some of its its sleekness. Maybe it spreads easily when it infects the Upper Airways before then moving to the lower ones to cause more severe illness. It kind of sounds like it's like it's it's just very good at what it does. So what are the odds of of that actually happening where the odds of having a corona virus that that has this particular combination of traits right true so whenever a new threat like this happens there are always conspiracy theories about whether a the new pathogen was designed engineered to infect humans and certainly It does nothing to quell those theories. When you hear that it's so well adapted to infecting human cells. It sounds it sounds improbable that a virus that was looking in some wild animal should have exactly those right traits and then somehow managed find its way into a human body but there are a lot of corona viruses out that we don't know about and I think that's the reality of the world that a lot of us don't understand that wild animals Haba millions maybe billions of different kinds of corona viruses. Even though the odds to any one of them might infect us very well and Cole's a pandemic of the kind of very low it actually becomes a reasonably likely scenario given how many possible viruses there are out there.
Revolution within the haredi sector? Ultra-orthodox women on Instagram
"On stories featuring ultra-orthodox rallies Middle East correspondent. Eric torture has encountered quantitative aversion to the media to but one story on the unlikeliest of topics gave Eric Harley Perspective on Israel's ultra-orthodox community we were meant to be meeting at a week shop. A boutique high end classy place. For the most discerning fashion-conscious Ultra Orthodox women in Tel Aviv. Instead we were standing outside a row of dingy apartments in the ultra Orthodox neighborhood of bonaire. Brac was this the right address wrecked and dirty prams rusting bikes and scooters crowded the steps. If H Building Ultra Orthodox men watch shirts black coats and lodge black hats rushed past not looking at ABC producer who had an eye waiting on the footpath except for one man who was pushing a baby in a pram. He conspicuously moved closer to US alarmed. By these two men wearing colored clothing amidst crowds of black and white he parked himself in his placid by be nixed staring then he pushed the Pramod Fouad making him move so he could position himself directly across from me all without speaking. I might I contact wondering if he wanted to talk but he just stood at the spice between us clicking a PUMPKIN BETWEEN HIS TEETH CLICK. Click click stay. I looked at flood. Who SHRUGGED THE STANDOFF? Continued with more clicking. I didn't mind this was actually better than some of my previous interactions with ultra Orthodox men when doing a story about men resisting. Israel's conscription lows some allowed us to film in the giant Bible College while others stridently resisted my attempts to film them demonstrating on the streets while filming another story in the same ultra Orthodox neighborhood of Tel Aviv. One man tried to fight me and I hadn't even been filming him one Friday evening. Crowds of Ultra Orthodox men and children blocked dot car on Jerusalem's main highway shouting Shabbat remonstration for breaking the Sabbath by driving police in a truck barreled in scattering them like skittles before blasting the few who remained with a water cannon so by comparison one man standing uncomfortably close to us in clicking Pumpkin. Sade between his teeth was a fairly mild experience. It ended with the arrival of Mary. Bilan stylist fashion blogger and social media personality. A six foot tall colorfully dressed thirty nine year. Old Mother of five who also happens to be ultra Orthodox even though Mary carefully follows the many roles of Ultra Orthodox stress. I didn't notice she was doing sir. Married Ultra Orthodox. Women are required to cover their heads in public. But I didn't know Mary's Long Brown hair was a whig abroad. Orange jump was at odds with the normally muted tones. Worn by many ultra-orthodox women. Her long flowing skirt was so fashionable. I wasn't paying attention. To the fact that also met the strict modesty demands of the ultra Orthodox world. Mary's might a name for herself. Dressing like this in publishing pictures and videos on the social media platform instagram. She calls it modest fashion down playing. It's religious origins. She says Kate Middleton now. The Duchess of Cambridge is an exemplar of this trend which also appeals to women who are not religious modest. She tells me now. Maine's Classy a researcher of Ultra Orthodox culture at Tel Aviv. University seem at celts. Berg told me the same thing. The increased number of ultra Orthodox women in the workplace was leading to some mixing of fashion. Id's Dr Salzburg. Now Kosheh closed. She saw her ultra-orthodox colleagues wearing to work and the religious women in her workplace now being more daring with the address most of the fashion nuance was admittedly lost on me. But Mary said it's allowed religious women to express themselves while avoiding criticism from this strict communities and she showed me a remarkable example of the religious fashion business in the basement below this dingy apartment block we threaded our way past the broken prams bikes and cheap toys past giant rubbish bins in the dark recess below. The building scattering strike cats. As we walked down some steps to a small door disappointingly. There was a buzzer. Instead of a secret knock but three excited female faces appeared and the women inside lead us into a shining Lee brought space. What wools pink panels and down lights gave a glamorous look to this basement workshop and styling studio of Benign Brex most sought after week? Mike is There was six ultra-orthodox women inside busy making wigs that cost from five to thirteen thousand Australian dollars. The hair is human comes from Russia and Sri Lanka Blonde and rid of the most expensive color and h wig is made specifically for the woman ordering it. The process of making a wig for each person takes two to three months and is a creative endeavor. It's off the wigmakers. Proudly told me not just anyone can do it. In the back of the workshop individual hairs are sewn threaded onto tot black nets giving the impression of thick lush hair. That's difficult to distinguish from someone's natural growth. I didn't realize all the women were wearing weeks. So expertly with their fringes threaded and halons disguised styling in fact wigs like this guilty of bank to good some ultra orthodox rabbis who set the rules of dress and behavior for their communities have banned them saying instead that women must shave and cover their heads with scarves knitted caps. This makes the wigmakers very angry. The Torah the Jewish Bible doesn't say women must be ugly. They told me only that they must cover their heads. These women are nothing. Like what I'd been told to expect from the Ultra Orthodox Women Mary. Young and families have an average of seven kids. Women also worked to support their families while many husband studied the Torah full-time the female employment rate for Ultra Orthodox women is the same as the mainstream Israeli population. While for men. It's only fifty percent early marriage. Nd heavy burdens of child rearing and work main ultra Orthodox. Women are often portrayed as victims of a repressive religious environment. That's run by men but these brought fallacious. Women were not victims. They were successful entrepreneurs soon to move out of the basement to a biggest studio. This place was filled with laughter and smiles as we took photos and had the week making process explained to us. Men Don't normally come in here especially not foreign men. They told us so visit was unusual and exciting. In fact I realized I'd had almost no interaction at all with Ultra Orthodox women before I see them everywhere but they don't normally speak to me. The experience was so different. My many interactions with Alterra Orthodox men some have been positive but the human tendency is to remember the violent negative ones much more strongly. I wish they were more opportunities like this to say the ultra-orthodox weld in such a funny friendly way. Many Israelis resent the for their extremism reliance on government allowances and refusal to serve in the army also for opposing sicklers. Riley's non observance of religious rules such as taking public transport on the Sabbath. We'll selling non kosher food. I understand all of that living as I do in Jerusalem. Israel's most religious city but now I understand that there's a lot of progress and a lot to like about the ultra Orthodox and to appreciated adjusted to look more closely at what women were wearing
"whigs" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"February very sixth eighteen thirty seven in the House Chamber in Washington Massachusetts Congressman. John Quincy Adams has the floor a stack of dozens of anti slavery. Petitions from New Hampshire New York Michigan and Virginia. But there's one piece of paper in particular that he plans to use as a weapon. Gentlemen I have in my possession of paper from twenty the person's declaring themselves to be slaves upon which I wished to have the decision of the speaker. I wished to know whether the speaker will consider this paper as coming under the rule of the house. Adams's pressing the issue of the GAG. Rule deliberately baiting his southern counterparts into a fight the speaker replies. The gentleman gentleman has the paper in his hands. He is the best judge of the matter. If the gentleman will send the paper to chair the chair will make a determination as you wish. Mr Speaker in Alabama Congressman Job lawler leaps to his feet objection. Mr Speaker. This document must not go to the table under the rules of the House. lawler is joined By a throng of southern Congressmen. Who condemned Misr Adams? Virginia Congressman William Berkeley Lewis Presses for punitive action. Mr Speaker. The House should immediately punish the member. I I second. The motion Adams rises one last time to his defense Mr Speaker. It is my duty to remains silent while these resolutions charging me with high crimes are pending but as the gentlemen of this House have gone on consuming time in the house in such a manner. I also feel a duty you to show these resolutions for what they are erroneous. I simply Rosen my place and stated that I had in my possession in a letter from twenty persons representing themselves to be slaves. I did not state. What the object of the paper was Adams knows the papers object? It calls for the ratification of slavery but in a clever move he plays dumb. The gentleman from Alabama might find that the object of the petition is precisely what he has been so strenuously uneasily contending for so Mr Speaker all petitions should be received whether they come from the wealthiest individuals in the land or the poorest among us. I hope Mr Speaker that no distinction will be made in petitions in a free government. Blessed we make ourselves fit instruments for the abuse of a desk in the late eighteen thirties. John Quincy Adams repeatedly challenged the gag all in one speech. He stated you begin with suppressing the right of petition. You must next suppress the right of speech in the house. What will be the consequence? Then you suppress press the right of petition you suppress the freedom of speech the freedom of the press and the freedom of religion for in the minds of many. This is a religious question in which they act under what they believed to be a sense of duty to their God on the same day that Adams made his stand John C.. Calhoun offered a counter argument. On the floor of the Senate and less anti slavery petitions be speedily stopped it will spread to brings the two great sections of the Union into deadly conflict. Calhoun argument was was a portend of one was to come on February eighth. Eighteen thirty seven. Congress counted the electoral votes van. Van Buren won by a slim margin. Fifty point eight percent of the popular vote. He won fifteen states mainly in the north he took Pennsylvania but narrowly van Buren beat Harrison by less than five thousand of the nearly one hundred eighty thousand votes cast. In the past two elections. President Jackson had made a strong wrong showing in the South Van Buren didn't fare nearly as well. They're van Buren ran nearly even with Hugh Lawson white even losing Jackson's home state of Tennessee. A sobering fact that showed that the Democratic Party was no longer fully the party of Andrew Jackson. It was thought that the whigs had hoped to throw the eighteen thirty six contests to the house. US were unite around a single candidate and beat Van Buren. Their strategy failed but Congress still had a part to play in the election of eighteen. Thirty six Democrats in in Virginia refused to vote for Van Buren running mate in large part. Because of Johnson's scandalous relationship to Julia Chinn as a result he fell one vote short sort of an electoral majority so for the first and only time in American history. The Senate exercise the power of the Twelfth Amendment and selected the vice president on on February eighth the Senate convened cast their votes but despite the many strikes against him the largely pro Jackson Senate named Richard Johnson Vice President throughout vampires. First term. Johnson's personal life would continue to make headlines. According to the rumors after Julia died of Cholera Johnson took two of Julius Nieces uses as common-law wives before selling them off ultimately van buren would have no choice but to cut ties with his vice president and while the whigs lost the eighteen thirty six contest. They made an impressive showing especially in the south. That's in large part. Due to the issue of slavery in the eighteen thirties anti slavery sentiment was growing and in response. The south built fortifications around the plantation economy to them. Neither van Buren nor Johnson were true champions of Virginia principles in the eighteen thirty six contests the pro Jackson dominant seen the elections of eighteen twenty eight and eighteen. Thirty two had all but faded away in. Its place. What would come? I'm to be called the second two party system had taken. Root the era of the whigs and the Democrats in eighteen thirty six van Buren had won by the skin of his teeth in the eighteen. Forty contests van Buren would have another difficult fight on. His hands made all the worse by a devastating crisis. That would cripple the American economy. Van Buren Aaron's response to what would come to be called the panic of eighteen. Thirty seven would cost him in the election of eighteen forty and he would leave the door open for a whig candidate would made a strong showing taking thirty six general William Henry Harrison on the next episode of wicked game the election of eighteen forty the wing seek seek to deny van Buren a second term but to beat the little magician. The whigs take a page out of the Democrats playbook and unite behind their own man of the People General William Henry every Harrison. Don't miss a single week of our march from seventeen eighty nine to twenty twenty. Hit the subscribe button. PODCAST APP. Now this show is supported by you you our listeners. 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"whigs" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"It might be said that the so called wigs strategy in eighteen thirty six was Nada strategy at all but rather a result of disorganized anti-jackson movement and lack national definition wigs fell on both sides of controversial political questions was like the second bank tariffs and internal improvements. The only true unifying principle was opposition to King Andrew. The first but whether or not there was a method it behind the whig strategy to put forward multiple regional candidates white webster and Harrison were taken seriously by the pro Jackson. Pro Van Buren Democrats in in July of eighteen. Thirty six. The Democratic National Convention released a statement. Decrying the whigs strategy to throw the election to the house. The statement urged Democrats not to secede seed from the ranks of their party and throw themselves into the arms of their political enemies of the three whig candidates white. A true southern candidate was the most problematic automatic in the statement. Democrats attacked whites candidacy saying its only purpose was to divide the Party and play into the whig strategy. Why it was problematic for another another reason to unlike van Buren his pro slavery views? Were not in question so in mid eighteen thirty. Six Martin Van Buren again made his case to the south off. He wrote multiple letters to prominent southern Democrats reassuring them that he was a friend to Virginia principles. But while Van Buren lobbied for the South support four he faced a barrage of attacks. The press they're primarily from the Telegraph van Buren responded by publishing a letter where he laid out his political views but in the long long diatribe which took up multiple columns. There was one subject that was conspicuously absent. Slavery for Van Buren privately defending slavery to the South South. One thing but publicly advocating for the practice was another and Van Buren. Silence cost him in August. Eighteen thirty six. The Telegraph Raked van Cambio over the coals. Calling him a coward too afraid to take a real position on slavery they wrote. The van Buren like a cunning man. If not a wise one. He chose silence as the best exposition of his opinions. The article also painted Van Buren as a puppet for Jackson's agenda. Mr Van Buren might have comprised the substance of his letter in a much smaller compass. We can put the whole motto in a sense I say Ditto. To General Jackson. The Telegraph also cast van Buren as an elite no better than a British lord and the attacks kept coming all the way through the election which was held from November third to December seventh eighteen. Thirty six and while the the country waited to learn the results the debate over slavery raged on in the eighteen thirties. Congress was flooded with anti slavery petitions from citizens they received achieved one hundred thirty thousand in eighteen thirty six and eighteen three seven alone in response. The Democratic controlled House had passed the first of many gag rules resolutions resolutions that postponed action on anti slavery. Petitions and silenced debate on the issue but in the winter of eighteen thirty seven two days before the electoral votes were counted. One Week Congressman. PRESI issue John Quincy Adams the only president to return to the House of Representatives after serving in the White House in early early February eighteen. Thirty seven Adams bent the rules in broke.
"whigs" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"It's January eighteen. Thirty one at the Washington residents of Secretary of state. Martin van Buren dozens of ladies and gentlemen are gathered for a social occasion combines. Weekly Dinner Party as always. It's a WHO's who of Washington among the guests are a slew of power players in Congress including Felix. Grundy a Pro Jackson senator from Tennessee and his wife as van Buren hobnobs with the crowd on pulls Masai Mr Van der Shame about the weather. Either yes senator. The snow has been unbearable. I prefer to hold these weekly dinner Saturday evenings but sadly the the weather left me no choice but to reschedule. Still Delightful turnout. Yes everyone seems to be enjoying themselves. Well not everyone. Grundy gestures across the room to a long face. Guest Jackson's Vice President John C Calhoun of South Carolina. Oh excuse me Mr Grungy. I wasn't expecting the vice president. Shake his hand and invite him to sit with me. Anyone who is anyone in Washington will be here tonight so it's important in the interests of Party unity that we'd be seen as friends well. Don't Spoil Your Fun. Van Buren Crosses. This is the room and greets calhoun with a smile and a friendly embrace Mr vice-president. I'm certainly glad you're here. Calhoun is curtain has response. Thank you the invitation. Van Buren immediately clocks. Calhoun skull demeanor and he knows precisely why Calhoun standoffish. President Jackson and his vice vice president are at odds over. Myriad of issues and rumors abound the Jackson will replace Calhoun as vice president in the upcoming election of eighteen thirty. Two there are even even rumors he plans to replace. Calhoun with Martin. Van Buren as Calhoun scowls. Van Buren lays on the charm. I'LL ADMIT MR vice president. I'm surprised to find you here. I just spared when you did not respond to my invitation. My house has been poorly again. Calhoun is Kurt and cold and barren can see the conversation is going. I'm nowhere still. He Extends Knowledge Branch will use it with me and Senator Grundy at dinner Mr Calhoun. Calhoun doesn't answer. If you do me the honor of escorting Senator Ronnie's wife to the ballroom and saving for all of us. I would be much obliged after a moment of hesitation calvin replies. It would be my pleasure as Calhoun goes in search of Mrs Grundy. Her husband Saddles up. Next van Buren. Did He Spoil Your Fun. No I asked him to dine with us into escort your wife to dinner and how did he reply agreed. The vice president is going to behave himself or so. It seems Van Buren and Senator Grundy Cindy watches. Calhoun takes Mrs Granny by the arm and escorts her into the dining room. He saves seats for all of them. But then in a deliberate snub he places. Mrs Mrs Grundy directly between himself and Martin Van Buren and Buren notices the slight soda. Senator Grundy who tries to ease the tension. Please Vice President Calhoun. Who Don't let my wife come between you? Mr Van Buren without missing a beat. Calhoun cuts is at Van Buren and responds. Believe me senator. There's nothing thing that will bring us together. Calhoun message at Van Buren. Dinner Party. In January of eighteen. Thirty one was clear. Calhoun was no longer a friend to Andrew Jackson or his secretary of State. The rift between them only widened. When Jackson did drop Calhoun and made van Buren his running mate in the eighteen thirty to contest in the years after the thirty two election? The rift grew wider. Still throughout his presidency Jackson. Push for for controversial tariffs meant to bolster American industry in response though John C.. Calhoun and his home. State of South Carolina declared Jackson's tariffs unconstitutional constitutional and refuse to enforce them Pro Jackson. Democrats in Congress answered South Carolina with the Force Bill. A law giving Jackson Authority to use military force against South Carolina or other states to compel cooperation. Ultimately a compromise was struck and disaster was avoided but the nullification Haitian crisis as it would come to be called poured fuel on the fire of anti-jackson sentiment especially in the south sensing growing discontent in the eighteen. Thirty six contest John C.. Calhoun would try to wrest control of the Democratic Party from the grip of Andrew Jackson and his heir apparent. Martin van Buren to steal his party's nomination. Calhoun would weaponize one of the most controversial political issues of eighteen theories America slavery Slavery had been a divisive issue from the very beginning of American democracy but had largely been tabled in the name of compromise during the constitutional convention. Attention the framers agreed to protect slavery in order to secure the south support for the constitution. The three fifths compromise which allowed slave states to count three fifths so their slave population toward congressional representation had helped achieve representational bounce between north and south but he was a painful and difficult process. Founding Father John Dickinson had said acting before the world. What will be said of this? New principle of founding a right to govern Freeman on power derived from slaves the omitting getting of the word would be regarded as an endeavor to conceal a principle of which we are ashamed that silent shame hung over the nation from its inception until till the spring of eighteen. Twenty when the founder sin made its way into the heart of American politics after months of heated debate over slavery's expansion in the West Congress Congress had passed the Missouri compromise a law prohibiting slavery in New Territories north of the thirty six degrees thirty second parallel. The Missouri compromise had had satisfied though almost no one for pro slavery advocates. The compromise had gone too far for Anti Slavery Americans. It had not gone far enough but once again Dan compromise had forestalled an evitable clash between the regions that would ultimately result in civil war. The other political debates of the eighteen thirties over issues issues like tariffs internal improvements in the Second Bank of the United States. Were on their surface debates over the government's proper role in economic development but to the south these issues issues were part and parcel of the question of slavery as one Virginia Congressman explained if Congress could interfere in the economic activity of the individual states. They may emancipate every slave in the country in the election of eighteen. Twenty eight almost. Every slave state had voted for Andrew Jackson in large part. Thanks to the efforts of Martin and Van Buren Unite. The North and south behind Jackson's candidacy in eighteen thirty two Jackson had performed nearly as well but van Buren knew that without southern support art. He's election in eighteen. Thirty six would be impossible and so in the upcoming contest to garner southern support van buren would have to defend his record on slavery he would have to prove himself a friend to the peculiar institution and a worthy candidate to the people in the south in the summer of eighteen. Thirty four Van Buren wrote to Samuel Gwynn a prominent figure in Mississippi politics. Dear Sir I owe you an apology for not having sooner Aknowledge the receipt of your obliging letter. Twenty-sixth may my opinions on the subject of the power of Congress. Over slave property in the southern states are so well understood by my friends friends that I am surprised. At an attempt to impose upon the public respecting them should be hazard but van Buren record on slavery. Even if well known to his friends in Washington was problematic to the south he was also a northerner from New York which made him potentially untrustworthy in his letter to Gwynn van Buren sought to put southern concerns to rest. He wrote that. Slavery is in my judgment exclusively under the control of the state. Governments van Buren slatter. BYDESIGN was was published in. Virginia's Richmond enquirer and widely circulated all across the south but while Van Buren sought to defend his record on slavery. John C Calhoun Hoon sought to use that same record to his advantage. In the summer of eighteen thirty four Calhoun wrote to a colleague as it regards the next presidential election. I think it may be assumed zoomed that the state's Rights Party of the south will rally on no man that does not openly avow and support their doctrines. The south will soon be unanimous. Experience has shown that when united they cannot be defeated. Calhoun didn't overtly stated in the letter. But he had every intention of being the candidate to unite them. So calhoun mused anti-jackson newspaper. Washington's United States Telegraph as a weapon against Fan pure he sought to portray Ambien as a friend of the nascent anti-slavery movement movement a week man devoid of principle who came to the demands of anti slavery fanatics. But while Van Buren and Calhoun fought it out over the south. Another other. Southern candidate made his presence known in the presidential field. Senator Hugh Lawson White of Tennessee. The first defacto wig to enter the contest. The story of whites candidacy began in the midst of a power struggle in the House of Representatives. A political battle that threatened to deprive ambulant of the White House and to deny Jackson whose legacy Kazue.
"whigs" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"In the election of eighteen thirty six there were two major political parties. The well established pro Jackson. Democrats and the newly formed wigs. The whigs were not yet a fully formed party with national dimension. They were born out of the ashes of the National Republican faction Shen a successor of source to the Federalist Party of John Adams and Alexander Hamilton. They were a hodgepodge of conflicting political ideas. Still The whigs agreed on one point. As president. Andrew Jackson had gone too far and expanding the powers of the presidency during his tenure in the White House. President Andrew Jackson went to war with the Second Bank of the United States. Blocking its re-charter Jackson's Bangor gave rise to strong resistance especially in the north and it became a rallying cry for the Whig Party Party. The whigs coalesced around a unifying principle congress. Not The president should control the reins of power but in the eighteen thirties. There was another anti anti-jackson movement on the rise the Anti masons arguably the first third party and US history initially the anti masons formed around a single issue destroying being the freemasons a secret society they deemed dangerous to democracy in eighteen. Thirty six three men who served as US presidents were known to be members. George George Washington James Monroe and the current president Andrew Jackson in the run up to the eighteen thirty six contest. The whigs and the Anti masons would find common common cause in their opposition to the man they called King Andrew the first but Jackson would not be on the ballot in eighteen thirty six. He would uphold tradition. Step aside at the end of his second term but his legacy would be at issue in the eighteen thirty six contests Jackson's chosen successor. Martin van Buren would go to war with the anti the Anti Mason Wig coalition to defeat them. He would seek to bridge a growing divide in the Democratic Party over a controversial issue. A threatened to wound his campaign This is episode thirteen. Eighteen thirty six sin.
"whigs" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"It's January eighteen thirty one. The Washington residents of Secretary of State Martin Van Buren dozens of ladies and gentlemen are gathered for a social social occasion. Bam Barron's weekly Dinner Party as always. It's a WHO's who of Washington among the guests are a slew of power players in Congress including Felix. Grundy WPRO Jackson Senator from Tennessee and his wife has van Buren hobnobs with crown from the pulse. Him Assign Mr Van der Shame about the weather center. The snow has been unbearable. I prefer to hold these weekly dinner Saturday evenings but sadly the the weather left me no choice but to reschedule. Still a delightful turnout yes. Everyone seems to be enjoying themselves. Well not everyone. Grundy gestures across the room to a long face. Guest Jackson's Vice President John C Calhoun of South Carolina. Oh excuse me Mr Grungy. I wasn't expecting vice president. I'm a shake his hand and invite him to sit with me. Anyone who is anyone in Washington will be here tonight so it's important in the interests of Party unity that we'd be seen as friends well. Don't Spoil Your Fun. Van Buren crosses the room and Greece. Calhoun with a smile and a friendly embrace Mr Vice President. I'm certainly glad you're here. But Calhoun is curtain has response thank. Thank you for the invitation. Van Buren immediately clocks. Calhoun cold meter and he knows precisely why Calhoun standoffish. President Jackson accent and his vice president are at odds over a myriad of issues and rumors. Abounded Jackson will replace Calhoun as vice president in the upcoming election of eighteen thirty two. There are even rumors you plan to replace. Calhoun with Martin Van Buren as Calhoun scowls. Van Buren lays on the charm. I'LL ADMIT MR vice president. I'm surprised is to find you here. I despaired when did not respond to my invitation. My house has been poorly again. Calhoun is Kurt and cold and barren can see the conversation. Sation is going nowhere still extending olive branch. Will you sit with me and Senator Grundy at dinner Mr Calhoun. Calhoun doesn't answer. If you do me the honor of escorting Senator Grundy's wife to the ballroom and saving seats for all of us. I would be much obliged after a moment of hesitation calvin replies it would be my pleasure as soon goes in search of Mrs Grundy. Her husband's saddles up. Next van Buren. Did He Spoil Your Fun. No I asked him to dine with. Toss into escort your wife to dinner. And how did he reply. We agreed the vice president is going to behave himself or or so. It seems Van Buren in an Senator Grundy watches. Calhoun takes Mrs Grundy by the arm ness courts her into the dining room. He saves seats for all of them. But then in a deliberate snub he places. Mrs Grundy directly between himself and Martin Van Buren and Buren notices the slight soda. Senator Grandy who tries to ease the tension. Please vice vice president. Calhoun don't let my wife come between you. and Mr Van Buren without missing a beat. Calhoun cuts his eyes. Van Buren and responds. Believe me senator. There's nothing that will bring us together. Calhoun message at Van Buren. Dinner Party. In January. Eighteen thirty one was clear. Calhoun was no longer a friend to Andrew Jackson or his secretary of State. The rift between them only widened. When Jackson did drop Calhoun L.? Hoon and made van Buren his running mate in the eighteen thirty two contests in the years after the thirty two election. The rift grew wider. Still throughout his presidency Jackson. Push for controversial tariffs meant to bolster American industry in response though John C.. Calhoun and his home. State of South Carolina declared Jackson's tariffs unconstitutional and refused to enforce them. Projects and Democrats in Congress answered South Carolina with the Force Bill. A law giving Jackson Authority authority to use military force against South Carolina or other states to compel cooperation. Ultimately a compromise was struck and disaster was avoided but with the nullification crisis as it would come to be called poured fuel on the fire of anti-jackson sentiment especially in the south sensing growing discontent in the eighteen thirty six contests John C.. Calhoun would try to wrest control of the Democratic Party from the grip of Andrew Jackson and his heir apparent. Martin Van Buren to steal steal his party's nomination Calhoun weaponize one of the most controversial political issues of eighteen thirty s America slavery Slavery had been a divisive issue from the very beginning of American democracy but had largely been tabled in the name of compromise during the constitutional constitutional convention. The framers agreed to protect slavery in order to secure the south support for the constitution. The three fifths compromise which allowed slave states to count three fifths of their slave population toward congressional representation had helped achieve representational balance between north and south but he was a painful and difficult process. Founding Father John Dickinson had said acting before the world. What will be said of this? New principle of founding right to govern Freeman on a power derived from slaves the omitting of the word would be regarded as an endeavour to conceal a principle of which we are ashamed that silence shame hung over the nation from its inception Asian until the spring of eighteen twenty when the founders sin made its way into the heart of American politics after months of heated debate over slavery's expansion in the West Congress had passed the Missouri compromise a law prohibiting slavery in New Territories North of the thirty six degree thirty second parallel the Missouri. Sorry compromise had satisfied though almost no one for pro slavery advocates. The compromise had gone too far for Anti Slavery Americans. It had not gone far enough but once again compromise had forestalled an inevitable clash between the regions that would ultimately result in civil war. The other political debates at the eighteen thirties over issues like tariffs internal improvements in the Second Bank of the United States. Were on their surface debates over the government's proper role in economic development but to the south south these issues were part and parcel of the question of slavery as one Virginia Congressman explained if Congress could interfere in the economic activity of the Individual States. They may emancipate every slave in the country in the election of eighteen. Twenty eight almost. Every slave state had voted for Andrew Jackson in large part. Thanks to the efforts of Martin Van Buren Unite. The North and south behind Jackson's candidacy in eighteen thirty two Jackson had performed nearly as well but van Buren knew that without southern support. He's election in eighteen. Thirty six would be impossible and so in the upcoming contest to garner southern support Van Buren would have to defend his record. Turn on slavery he would have to prove himself. A FRIEND TO THE PECULIAR INSTITUTION WORTHY candidate to the people of the south. Wicked wicked game is sponsored by Wicks in the Nineteen Ninety six election cycle campaign websites. Were fairly new. Though Dole Ninety six dot org and Clinton ninety-six dot org were already up up but run by two young San Francisco Pranksters who'd registered the dough. Name names before the campaigns could they even snagged whitehouse dot org. We've come a long way since then then. Political campaigns are far more web savvy because they know websites work in our critical to success. If you're looking for your own success in business or blogging or politics whatever your thing is you can turn it into a unique beautiful website with wicks use the intuitive editor to get online fast or go deep with advanced code capabilities. Choose does your style changed the layout and had any features you need like an online store booking system when you choose wicks you get everything you need in one place one million royalty free photos custom domains unlimited storage powerful seo tools and so much more and as your idea of all your wicks website Cantu with twenty four seven support which will be there. They're all along the way so start today and create a professional website. You're proud of go to Wicks DOT COM. That's W. I.. X. Dot Com and use code elections to get ten percent off off premium in the summer of eighteen thirty. Four van Buren wrote to Samuel Gwen a prominent figure in Mississippi politics. Dear Sir I uh-huh Yoon apology for not having soon acknowledged receipt of your obliging letter of twenty-sixth may my opinions on the subject of the power of Congress over slave property in the southern states. It's are so well understood by my friends that I am surprised. At an attempt to impose upon the public respecting them should be hazarded but van Buren record on slavery. Even even if well known to his friends in Washington was problematic to the south he was also a northerner from New York which made him potentially untrustworthy in his letter. Letter to Gwynn van Buren sought to put southern concerns to rest. He wrote that. Slavery is in my judgment exclusively under the control of the state governments. Fabulous letter by design was published in. Virginia's Richmond enquirer and widely circulated all across the south but while Van Buren sought to defend his record on slavery. John C Calhoun sought to use that same record to his advantage. In the summer of eighteen. Thirty four Calhoun wrote to a colleague as it regards the next presidential essential election. I think it may be assumed that the state's Rights Party of the south will rally on no man that does not openly avow and support their doctrines the south will soon be unanimous animus. Nay Experience has shown that when united they cannot be defeated. Calhoun didn't overtly stated in the letter. But he had every intention of being the candidate unite. Unite them so Calhoun used the Anti Jackson newspaper. Washington's United States Telegraph as a weapon against puree he sought to portray van Buren as a a friend of the nascent anti slavery movement a week man devoid of principle who'd cave to the demands of anti slavery fanatics but while Van Buren and Calhoun fought. Fought it out over the south. Another southern candidate made his presence known in the presidential field. Senator Hugh Lawson White of Tennessee. The first defacto wig big to enter the contest. The story of whites candidacy began in the midst of a power struggle in the House of Representatives a political battle that threatened to deprive ambulant of the White House House and to deny Jackson. His legacy.
"whigs" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"In the election of eighteen thirty six there were two major political parties. The well established pro Jackson. Democrats and the newly formed wigs. The whigs were not yet a fully formed party with national dimension. They were born out of the ashes of the National Republican faction a successor source to the federalist Party of John Adams and Alexander Hamilton. They were a hodgepodge of conflicting political ideas. Still The whigs agreed. But on one point as President Andrew Jackson had gone too far and expanding the power of the presidency during his tenure in the White House President Andrew Jackson and went to war with the Second Bank of the United States. Blocking its re-charter Jackson's Bank war gave rise to strong resistance especially in the north and it became a rallying cry for the Whig Party the whigs coalesced around a unifying principle congress. Not The president should control the reins of power but in the eighteen thirties. There was was another anti-jackson movement on the rise the Anti masons arguably the first third party in US history initially the anti masons formed around a single issue destroying the freemasons a secret society they deemed dangerous to democracy in eighteen. Thirty six three men who had served as US presidents were known to be members. Here's George Washington. James Monroe and the current president Andrew Jackson in the run up to the eighteen thirty six contests the whigs and the Anti Masons I would find common cause in their opposition to the man they called King Andrew the first but Jackson would not be on the ballot in eighteen thirty six. He would uphold tradition and step aside aside at the end of his second term. What his legacy would be at issue in the eighteen thirty six contests Jackson's chosen successor? Martin van Buren would go to the war with the Anti Mason Wing coalition to defeat them. He would seek to bridge growing divide in the Democratic Party over a controversial issue a threatened to wound his campaign slavery. This is episode thirteen. Eighteen thirty six.
"whigs" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"Twelfth Eighteen Twenty six at a local jail and Canandaigua New York the jailers alerts way on business so his wife. Mrs Mary W Hall is left. Fend for herself and watch over the prisoners. It's a quiet night until the door opens. How do you do? Ma'am this is home. Response with apply. Curtsy how do you do Mrs Hall. My name is Mr Latin Lawson is your husband away. Ma'am yes sir. You'll be back shortly though while I'm afraid I'm in a bit of a hurry if it's all right I'd like to speak with one of your prisoners. Captain William Morgan. Morgan was brought to jail just yesterday on charges of thievery charges. He's adamantly denied ever since he set foot in his cell. Would it be all right if I spoke with Mr Morgan and private Mrs Hall Hesitates. Mr Lawson looks harmless enough. He's well dressed well spoken but there's something about him though something peculiar she can't quite put our finger on it. I'll only be a moment. Ma'am I assure you reluctantly. She agrees and leads. Mr Lawson to the cell where Captain Morgan and sits on the bench. His wrists bound Lawson peers at him through the bars of the jail cell and turns to Mrs Hall. I'd like to speak with him alone please. Of course I. Mrs Hall starts to retreat to the front room. Something in her got stopped her short she keeps her distance leans into here. The hush conversation What say you Mr Morgan innocent? I understand if you will allow me. I will pay your debt and I will take you out of here when tonight or go with me Sir. Yes yes I just need a few moments to discuss it with the jailer's wife hearing her name Mrs Hall Quickly Busies Herself in the front room arrange papers and on cluttering her husband's desk Mr Lawson enters. I'd like to pay for this man's release sir. Whatever the cost of the claim whatever the cost your husband I will meet the price? Well you'll have to speak with him. Shirley we can come to an agreement Mrs Hall loss pulls out his wallet and flashes her a large large stack of cash. I said my husband will be back shortly. I suppose alwaleed then but Lawson didn't wait. He laughed and came back back with even more money and two more men. The three of them pressured Mrs Hall and coerced her into letting Morgan go on the evening September twelfth. She unlocked prison prison door. Loss and quickly led Morgan outside where a carriage was weighing. But before Mrs Hall could even close the jail door. She heard cries in the streets. She looked outside and saw captain Morgan's struggling with the three men. They forced him into the carriage and drove him to nearby Fort Niagara there. He mysteriously sleep disappeared. Morgan would never be seen or heard from again. Is believe Morgan was abducted and murdered by an influential. Fraternal Society. Called the freemasons freemasons. Morgan was a freemason himself but shortly before his dubious arrest Morgan had announced his intentions to publish a tell. All book exposing the secrets of Freemasonry Morgan's disappearance was more than just a mystery though it gave rise to political movement arguably the first third party in American political history. The Anti Masons we game is brought to you if by Rosetta Stone. Your phone is a marvel of modern communication. You can talk text type tap watch listen stream and cast if you want to communicate the best tool ever invented for that purpose is in your hands. But communication real communication with the world around you requires understanding listening and being able to turn turn ideas into language. Thankfully that phone in your hand can also be the best. Communications learning tool ever invented with Rosetta stone. Rosetta stone is a language learning earning APP. That teaches you a new language not just translations and you won't be doing drills but being immersed practicing your pronunciation with Rosetta Stones. True accent training in your ear while doing your chores with audio companion and learning to speak read and understand a new language and manageable five to ten minute lessons on your own time at your own pace Mac or pc iphone or android Rosetta stone sinks across devices anytime anywhere learning. Find your key to unlocking new languages and great great holiday specials at Rosetta Stone Dot Com gift. It keep it for yourself or do a little bit of both with the best deals of the holiday and Rosetta Stone. Dot Com I'm Lindsey Graham in. This is American elections..
Rockstar North and a Tax Conundrum
"The news that Rockstar have not paid U._K.. Corporate Tax in ten years and hand in fact have had more than forty two million pounds in tax relief how Iraq's are respond and and have the permanently damaged their reputation Michael breaks you they will not respond. They will not say anything or continue to take the money until the government says hey we're changing. This isn't how this works. You gotTA assume this has also lead to more jobs in the U._K.. So like if that's the case this has been a positive thing right. You'd like to believe right but then we have the thing in there about the bonus pool of three point whatever billion dollars per spread out possibly over many years ear foster a ton of money. That's that's the what we have here in. Greg Miller is opinion. If you don't mind is just a government program as usual not thought all the way through <hes> not the quick enough to be able to adapt how things Jay probably did mean it to be that hey we want to help foster video game development here and to their credit. I would assume that has happened. I would assume you have seen smaller medium-sized studios do that and when a smaller medium-sized studio does that right then you usually do see that all right cool wow we don't have to pay taxes over paying us more percent of taxes which means we talk about all the time now for our taxes at all but just you know with jobs or whatever right we now have this extra income. That is an extra income. We're thinking gain weight the line our pockets and give everybody a bonus or something it's like Oh. That's a salary that can be. How often do we talk about that? That's somebody's salary we could if we did this and did that move this that can be another head that we could use. We're a small scrappy studio like that right. We're trying to do more and bigger things and bring more people in give opportunities to people that's what happens with small and medium or a small studio even goes to being a medium and Amigos to being a large right but then yet is the question with a rockstar owned by to take to interactive millions of people working. King in all these different things for take to the world where do those dollars and sent to add up and where do they go. Are they really being spread out and bringing more jobs and I don't get me wrong Kevin. I think you're right that yeah. You've seen people get hired there. Regardless right I think again that's the cultural impact Russia. You don't need any extra so what's incentive right which is fine piece of media ever right yeah financially speaking. It just seems like a mistake in the in the U._k.. Cover it seems like just a program that wasn't thought through enough war. Maybe it was maybe we I mean again. This is report from Kesse US pontificating and then based on on the tax watchdog group in the whole tax watchdog is define glaring weird airs in British Tax Law Right. Here's one of them but again. Maybe you get you trace it back to the source of the guys with the whigs parliament I think our hugh prime minister talking knocking about it and they're just like hey. It's not even about small things we just want people making video games here and so yeah the one of the biggest games in the world wants to be made here and we don't pay taxes which sounds weird again but maybe they're talking American corporate law and how much these motherfuckers pay.
Viewbug -it's all about the contests
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website. All from one powerful platform. Go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned, after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners. So you bug in the name of new photo site. That has a twist contest. Okay. We've got or he gotten here, he is to see. Oh, and he's going to tell you all about it on today's talking tech. Let's talk contests. Awesome. Thank for having so yeah. We're very excited to share about our community. We're a community of creative professional photographers worldwide and any type of the referees. Welcome from bar dre. It's travel light style to landscapes. We have run a lot of context in our community. So to give you an example, we right now have over fifty different contests going on. We've crisis from trips to Iceland exhibitions obligation in books to cameras. Limpest tripod each contests has unique thin so have unique, get Joe jet, and of course prices, so we love contest because that's what the reference ourselves we see their valuable so meeting your image getting feedback from beards and seeing how you level again or they're amazing photographers. Okay. So what is is their money associated with these contests. Or is it just basically saying you one and, and people love your photo? You one people love your photo, but not only that we have on each contest. A grand jury selection and the people's choice. And we do a really awesome price some. The win cash on Amazon gift cards, for example, or there's win actual comrades or Lynch's. Or even we recently had a contest where we won a trip to Iceland. So it's very exciting to get the recognition and the amazing feedback from beer some jobs, but also win actual prices. Why don't you tell everybody else they can do besides the contests. So decides to contest where community where we like to give photograph the tool store members are Michel needs to help the show creators will expand their knowledge and become better. So on top of the contest, we run user generated photo challenges. Any member of the community can run their own challenge. We've had over forty thousand challenges creative by members of the community members can also Bill. Their own portfolio website, their own domain. We have in house, beside IRS dot com. Help for the workers. We their photography logos to make sure there is elevated and not only that we have over five hundred -cational videos to help from amateur to professional improve their technique, and skill dot com. I o s an Android up gotten from view bugs. Thanks talking tact with us. I'm Jefferson Graham looks in the corner where I'm at some Graham extracted. This extracted show, where he looks online audio and I'll be back tomorrow with another quick hit when the world attack. Sometimes having a great idea is the easy, part getting people to hear about your idea. Not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website for free wicks artificial design intelligence, creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. You can choose from over five hundred stunning templates, or start from scratch just answer, a few questions about your business to get started wicks provides you with an all in one business solution to grow your online presence, plus all sites include Bilton SEO tools, so you can easily get found online, and in search engines, like Google, and Bing, build a website of your very own with wicks today. And if you go to Whigs dot com and use our code talking, you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans. You'll get more storage a free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks w I x dot com, promo code talking. For ten percent off your premium plan.
Privacy - part 3, Amazon
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website. All from one powerful platform. Go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned, after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners for the past two days, we've been talking about the various ways pit Facebook into little track, your every move on your mobile phone, and today in part, three of our series on privacy and tracking. It's Amazon's turn now on the phone. Amazon is not as greedy about data as the other companies. But when it comes to our home, lookout Alexa is always listening. Even if you don't say the wake word it notes. What we watch on television, it notes for how long we watch on TV. And then there's all those smart devices, the doorbell the security, camera and on and on it goes, but what I like is that Amazon is more up front about how it tracks. You and why? So you've all heard this term, cookie cookie is the little piece that attaches to your computer phone that will then track your performance whenever you go to their website. A lot of people get asked if they will accept the cookie, and they go, yes. Automatically Amazon tells you, if you don't accept the cookie, you can't use Amazon, because you need to let it remember what items you've shopped for in how to know the kind of products that you like, and it basically says, Amazon will not work, unless you give us your cookie. What you don't need to do is to allow Amazon to hit you with personalized ads b on selling merchandise. Apple has also forged a lucrative sideline in selling adds to manufacturers, who want to reach you all shopping. The company brought in some two point seven billion dollars in Adra Banou in the most recent sales quarter but to ditch the personalized ads which will then follow you around the web on mobile Amazon, will let you opt out you're still going to receive ads provided. By Amazon dot com on other websites. They just won't be personalized Amazon tells you, let's talk about the wake word Amazon claims that Alexa will only record your conversations. If you say the wake word that's not true because I can review my audio history on my phone in the Alexa app. I found many instances where recorded oddball phrases without the wake word, everything from ways telling me to go on one one south for one mile to a line from podcast, that I was listening to, quote, I know exactly who Ben desire was, where's the lexin that Amazon has dozens of help ages to opt out of things, but they're not easy to read. And I would argue confusing to many why should I have to opt out in the first place? If I buy an Amazon, branded TV or the popular fire stick streaming player. Why should I have to go in and out of personalize adds a less? You tell me up front that I'm getting a deal on the TV in exchange. For this service. No love using Google and Facebook free services. How'd y'all feet? I would love to hear your feedback on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson granny than listening to talking tech. Please subscribe to us, wherever you listen to online audio and I will be back at you very shortly with another quick hit from the world attack. Sometimes having a great idea is the easy, part getting people to hear about your idea. Not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website for free wicks artifice design intelligence, creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. You can choose from over five hundred stunning templates, or start from scratch just answer, a few questions about your business to get started wicks provides you with an all in one business solution to grow your online presence, plus all sites include built in SEO tools, so you can easily get found online, and in search engines, like Google, and Bing, build a website of your very own with wicks today. And if you go to Whigs dot com and use our code talking, you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans. You'll get more storage a free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks w I x dot com promo code talking for ten percent off your premium plan.
Single sign-on can solve password crisis
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website. All from one powerful platform. Go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned, after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners, tell me that this doesn't sound like a wonderful dream, the experience, that we know is password hell could be radically changed for the better within the next year and a half to three years. Sounds pretty cool. Right. What if it came true? Are you struggling to come up with long strings of complex capital, and lower case letters, numbers, and simples? Well, there's a theory that says that so yesterday that's the hope anyway. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. You're listening to talking tech in fascinating interview with Google product manager, Mark Risher in the verge this week, he laid out his vision for why those passwords. We've been told create don't actually. Help. He's said to have no bearing on fishing, no bearing on password breaches, no bearing on password, re-use. We think this is Google that it's more important to reduce the total number of passwords out there. Well, gosh, I agree. Don't you cook? He has an other words, all that time you've been forced to spend trying to create tougher to crack. Passwords is a waste at that, at least that's the way he appears to see it. I know that talking tech listeners agree with me that anything we could do to eliminate the concent- typing passwords during our daily days would be most welcome. But how are we going to get their Google? Solution is the single sign on feature, which still requires a password, and has Google authenticate, your identity for a second layer of authority, the text messages or via the Google smartphone app. Apple just introduced its answer to Google sign in with an alternative that will be introduced to the. Iphone and ipad in the fall as part of the thirteenth software upgrade now Google has an eighty percent market share for the Android phone system to twenty percent for apple and between the two of them, according to Bob Brutus, who is a chief data scientist for security firm. Rapid seven well, that's pretty much of everyone. So he believes so he believes that all of us will be using these systems by default over the next eighteen to thirty six months, of course. Facebook, and Google been at it for a long time. A lot of people don't trust signing on Facebook because the, you want your data with Facebook, once you've signed into a website who knows what they're doing with it. Apple is all about privacy and saying that they're not going to do anything with your data. And also, I'd like this new system because it's going to use face ID and touch ID biometrics to bypass the password clicks, the snag here though, is I think it's going to take apple. Years before you have a lot of merchants signing up for this program, you'll have app developers, but target Home Depot WalMart, getting their websites to even agree to put this on is going to take a like I said, it's gonna take years, but it's worth dreaming about I love the idea, and I like the system from Google that when you try to sign on, on the computer it sends you to the g mail app and has you type in a digit that you see on the web instead of typing in your password. Anything we can do to ditch these passwords. I'm all for what about you listeners, any ideas at love to hear from you. What for me on Twitter, where I'm at Jefferson Graham. You've been listening to talking tech, please. Subscribe it a show wherever you listen to online audio and I'll be back tomorrow with another quick. It from the world attack. Sometimes having a great idea is the easy, part getting people to hear about your idea. Not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website for free wicks as artifice design intelligence, creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. You can choose from over five hundred stunning templates, or start from scratch just answer, a few questions about your business to get started wicks provides you with an all in one business solution to grow your online presence, plus all sites include Bilton SEO tools, so you can easily get found online, and in search engines, like Google, and Bing, build a website of your very own with wicks today. And if you go to Whigs dot com and use our code talking, you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans. You'll get more storage a free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks w I x dot com promo code talking for ten percent off your premium plan.
Vlogger Kristina Kuzmic's take on Father's Day videos
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website. All from one powerful platform. Go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned, after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners everyone's Everson. Graham here. You're listening to talking tech, we've got the comedian and blogger Christine accused Mitch. She has been making a whole lot of videos about dad's over the years. Recently, her fans Esther to make something mocking dads, and she didn't wanna do it, and she's going to tell you all about it. Hi christina. Thank you for having me. Thanks for coming. Tell us about this latest request from the crowd, interesting. I feel like because he shows out there and commercials. And, you know, all kinds of social media posts, it's become acceptable to make dad back to the clueless, idiots and over the years, I've had my followers specifically request. Hey, can you make a video pointing out how incompetent of our? Or, you know, just basically videos mocking dads, and I've refused to do so, so instead of making that video I decided to make video pointing out how unfair we are dads and how if dad's talked about with men talks about, mom, the way women's like my dad, it would be considered completely unacceptable. So let's stop, you know, labeling an entire gender as inadequate or incompetent. What do you what do you see just people do with themselves for this, this weekend and YouTube, what sort of videos that dads? Do you think they should make? I mean, I just think we need to show dad, the way we try to show mom, right? Everybody's always trying to encourage mom saying you're doing great now. There's nothing with that. So we're so quick to make the joke of them, you know again being idiots. And so, I think I am I always say, I'm rooting for all parents, so let's encourage that lets you know, show them their that thing matters that their involvement in their kids lives. And even if they're doing things differently than a mom would who cares. I think he's lonely, Senator for multiple points of view. So I think that needs encouragement answer leading as moms do. We're all parents who love our children. And we're trying to do our best tell everybody, who's nuts with your work. You, you make a whole bunch of YouTube videos you started when I started making parenting videos in two thousand fifteen. My whole goal is Alexa, fee for others. What I needed when I was at my lowest. And so I try to use a lot of humor but I also share, you know, my own struggles. And I believe you've got over nine hundred million views in for years. Yes. Yes, it's crazy. I, I don't even understand it to be on since we're talking here. Tell us about your setup. What do you shoot on? So I use the actually just I was filming on a cheap camera that a Frank gave me and then somebody would decide on a cell phone. But now thankfully, I've been able to have a crew that helped me shoot. And I'm only completely honest with you. I am clueless. When it comes to sex ups on thankful for people like you and like crew who knows how to handle this stuff? I used it when I referred making videos they're written videos, I had to make redo four times because I look at the footage and it was all red for some reason or their own sound. I mean I my strengths lie elsewhere, not in the tech World War Two. Congratulations on having a crew, I'm the guy dr- dragging up a hill with a tripod and a camera. And well, actually Melville cameras usually, when, when I do my videos, but the gopro is your best friend, because you can put it anywhere in and pretty much be sure that you will be in the frame Christina. So the name your channel is Christina coup. Who's mitch? And it's the same on Facebook, which Muslim videos, live on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram accuracy, with a K K use the m I c have agreed Father's Day. Thank you. Thank you. Thanks for calling in. You can find me on Twitter at Jefferson. Graham Instagram YouTube as well at Jefferson Graham. You've been listening to talking tech subscribe to the show wherever you listen to online audio in AVI back at you tomorrow with another quick tip from the world attack. Sometimes having a great idea is the easy, part getting people to hear about your idea, not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website for free wicks as artifice design intelligence, creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. 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Dolby looks to change the way you listen to music
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website. All from one powerful platform. Go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned, after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners. Hey, Jefferson Graham talking tech at capitol records with Samuel Linley Samuel works at Universal Music, universals just made a deal with Dolby to bring atmos- to the music that you listen to not tomorrow. But soon in the whole idea is we're all used to use listening to two. Tracks primarily get used to sixteen Samuel tells all about well, even more to sixteen skills up and down, so more or less, but at most is basically a new way of expressing music new way of expressing the storytelling that is inherent in music. I've been waiting a lifetime, as a producer for the opportunity. To create in an environment like at most where it's not just in front of me, but it can actually surround me. And, you know, engage my senses in a more natural capacity in the data you've given me today. We're hearing music in front on the side in back all over the place. We happen to being a magical place with sixteen speakers that not everybody's has, but you're envisioning sound bars. Multiple speakers in the home, maybe maybe three or four to hear music, and a different way, well at most already works in film, and television. So there's a lot of devices in a lot of platforms that already a work with that most. So what we're doing now is building in, in re mixing catalogue, and new music, and creating new music to then pro- stream that into wherever they'll be at most can be enabled. And what, what do you think the timeframe is before consumers will be able to hear music in this way in their home? So twenty nineteen very so. But I don't have an exact date but soon. Okay. Primarily, you want to get the technology out, let people know you're working on it. Get labels aboard other labels besides you guys and just get the stuff out there. Absolutely. And to let the creative community know what we're doing so that they can be involved in the process. Right. So we're building the catalog with, you know, engaging with artists and really rallying rallying the community to experience at most. So they can contribute. All right Samuel. Thank you so much for having me over to capitol records and giving me the demo with those sixteen speaker center pretty awesome. And I look forward to hearing some of this at home, you've been listening to talking tech. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA day. Look for me on Twitter, where I'm at Jefferson Graham Samuel. If people have questions for you. How did they find you? Well, you can find me on Twitter at tracks. Ter- TRE. X S. T R hit me up. Let's talk. At moss. All right. Thanks again. Sometimes having a great idea is the easy, part getting people to hear about your idea. Not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website for free wicks as artifice design intelligence, creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. You can choose from over five hundred stunning templates, or start from scratch just answer, a few questions about your business to get started wicks provides you with an all in one business solution to grow your online presence, plus all sites include Bilton SEO tools, so you can easily get found online, and in search engines, like Google, and Bing, build a website of your very own with wicks today. And if you go to Whigs dot com and use our code talking, you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans. You'll get more storage a free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks w I x dot com promo code talking for ten percent off your premium. Plan.
Book Review - that awful new bio of Apple's Tim Cook
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform, go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners. I just read a new biography of apple CEO, Tim cook hoping to learn new things about a man covered for many years. And here's what I know. Now cook gets to his desk every morning at six AM sends out emails staffers, sometimes as late as three AM on Sundays doesn't suffer from jet lag somehow likes to work out and ride his mountain bike on the weekends. And then that's about it. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA day. Let me tell you more on today's talking tech. The name of the book is Tim cook the genius who took apple to the next level. And the author is Leander Connie blogger for the cult of MAC website. Now, I don't mind a business. Book the praises it subject. Cook is clearly an operational genius. Who has done very well by apple the company sells way more I phones, ipads, and services than it ever did in the Steve Jobs era, but the era of creating magic which we associated with jobs has not been seen since cook. Didn't talk to the author who did do a masterful job Polian quotes from interviews and speeches and apple open the doors to Connie to allow him to speak to assorted apple executives who all you guessed it had nothing but praise for cook. And that's fine. But how about a little more? I mean, we know the cook is from Alabama is an openly gay CEO and extremely rare thing in corporate America is an operational genius. Who keeps the apple trains running on time? And unlike jobs has taken political stands on behalf of privacy in apple customers and donates to charity. This is all been well chronicled in worth celebrating. But after shelling out fourteen dollars on apple books to read on an iphone during. Recent flight, you know, I was hoping for a little more in this three hundred and twenty pages. What is Tim cook? Like to eat what closed does he crave? Where does he live who are his friends? What's on his apple music playlist? Does he have a husband or lover and on and on? It goes tell me something, I don't know now apples in tortuously secret company. And so is that CEO. So the book follows the and then I did format of following cook from his appointment as CEO in two thousand eleven to the launches of the iphone four s and other iterative apple watch and other devices to his credit Connie went to Alabama to interview friends in associates of cook. None of the quotes are very revealing. But the details greatly enhanced the story ironically, a book about the genius of Tim cook ends without diving into cooks greatest challenge that downturn in. I phone sales that began in January with a rare admission about miss sales targets and a new focus on services. I-i selling subscriptions to customers to make up for the lost iphone income apple will still sell over two hundred million iphones this year and clearly hundreds of millions for years to come Tim cook as a genius who took the digital ideas of Steve Jobs to the next level. Can he do an encore? I'm Jefferson Graham at USA. They've been listening to talking tech. Let me know your thoughts on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, police subscribe to the show wherever you listen to online audio and I will be back at you tomorrow with another quick hit from the world of tech. Sometimes having a great idea is the easy part getting people to hear about your idea. Not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website for free wicks artificial design intelligence creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. You can choose from over five hundred stunning templates or start from scratch just answer a few questions about your business to get started wicks provides you with an all in one business solution to grow your online. Presence. Plus all sites include built in SEO tools. So you can easily get found online. And in search engines like Google and Bing, build a website of your very own with wicks today. And if you go to Whigs dot com and use our code talking. You'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans, you'll get more storage, a free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks w I x dot com promo code talking for ten percent off your premium plan.
Curing the curse of the bandwagon effect
"Noticed all your friends suddenly watching game of thrones lately or your friends who never cared about sports or now showing up to parties wearing t-shirts of your favorite team. Now that they're in the playoffs or everybody's listening to Liz. Oh because suddenly people have discovered her even though you're listening to her from the very beginning. What's eliza? Liz, oh is one of the greatest pop stars ever. Check it out. Okay. I've been listening to her album nonstop since it came out. I'll take your word for it. Well, there's a psychological phenomenon you can thank for this. And it's literally called the bandwagon effect. It's why people do things because they're popular and understanding it can help you avoid doing stupid. Things just because everyone else is. So let's get into it. The bandwagon effect has its roots in politics. The idiom actually comes from the eighteen forty eight US presidential election. When people literally jumped on a bandwagon to parade around the town in support of the whig party's presidential candidate Zachary Taylor. These days the phrase usually refers to someone who supports the popular political candidate, regardless of their own beliefs and in two thousand fifteen study by researchers at the university of Munich shows that it might happen more often than you'd think in the study seven hundred sixty five participants were shown a fictional political campaign from mayo oral election in a small German town, they were given a fake history of both candidates including whether or not they had won previous elections. Then the volunteers were split into three groups. The first group was shown a poll where one candidate was losing by a large margin. And the second group was shown that he was winning by a lot. The third group wasn't presented with a pole at all. The results should make you think twice. The next time. You read a poll, not only did large margins effect votes. But participants were even more likely to consider a candidate as more competent. If they thought he was winning if a candidate has fared well in previous elections, or they seem to have majority support on polls. Then uncommitted voters are likely to hop on board after all nobody wants to be on the losing side. So how do you avoid it? Well, the first step is knowing you're susceptible. That means the next time you're making a decision. Stop and ask yourself. This question. Are you doing this because you want to or because it's popular? I'm definitely listening to Liz. Oh because I want to.
"whigs" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"I'm just got I've got this. Take your word for it. I don't know. Why didn't take a picture, man? They were. So Gordon didn't happen. If you didn't take a picture. Cricket didn't happen. You saw bohemian rhapsody. I did talk to you about that a little bit. So what was your overall opinion because that that's a movie that his gotten you talk about mixed reviews? I mean, it has been I saw it. And I gotta tell you. I thought it was much better than than than I thought it was. So if you're uncomfortable with gay men, you might not like it. Well, it's not graphic. Or you're uncomfortable with gay men or the topic of? Yeah. You might have a problem with the movie, right? Maybe. So I thought it was a good movie. Yeah. I thought it was a great movie. You did. Yeah. Absolutely. His when it when it comes out again on, you know, when it's on the net flakes, or Hulu, whatever I'll watch it again for sure it sounded incredible. I thought. Molly, molly. Molly ramic. I'm right here. Meli riddick. I'm trying to get this wrong. Rami Malik Malik was I thought he was absolutely phenomenal. He got the Golden Globe for that. In a highly deserved. I think. I don't know if you knew this. But there were a lot there were a lot of inaccuracies in that in that movie, and that typically happens in these these bio-pics quite a bit, let's rock and roll show. Yeah. So anytime a lot of people don't know this when it comes to rock and roll stories. They're embellish great. They are. And and if it's told three times, then it becomes true period. That's how rock and roll stories work when they played Live Aid in the in the movie, they portrayed that he already knew that he had aids. That was not true. He did not know yet. They did you know that well as far as what's been documented over the years as I understand it. And I didn't have my point is you you may have heard you may have heard the wrong story. The first time you may get the right story moving the or whoever wrote that. But anyway, I who cares. Anyway, I thought it was a really good movie. I had a little bit of a problem with some of the Whigs. I was just kind of aware the whole time. I'm aware that those are wigs those are guys weren't weeks. The whole time. I kind of I couldn't get away from that fact, what do you mean the guys that were portraying the guy with the actors wear older seventies early eighties style, long hair and go through the transition through the years of their hairstyle. So I'm aware of the whole time. Those are wigs those.
"whigs" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Hiatt on the bone conduction music show. This cat read some mighty fine tunes. Doni John hot and one of the great American songwriters Norah Jones in front of that. And her interpretation of the Hank Williams. Classic cold cold heart on the bunk induction music show. They wrote hanging out with you with SIL and Jimmy Johnson. Couple of brothers still sort of took it off in the well, he's a blues man through and through but he took it off in the sole vein. Much more than Jimmy Jimmy stuck with the straight ahead Chicago blues, and they've teamed up together here. This brother team to hit you over the head with the tune called dangerous powerhouse with a cat named George lay. Who is all too conspicuously absent in American music. These days is Tom Principato band out of Washington DC, we checked out love machine, and Darryl banks, Chicago soul, man, kicked it off with open the door to your heart right here on the rockingest show on the radio with your uncle thyroid hanging out with you with the Whigs cinching rack chicken saw music and the industrial strength rhythm and blues and I'd like to hear from you. I'd like to hear just what the heck it is. You got going on out there? Just what are you doing right now? Hey, come out of that. Get out of that. You're gonna put your brother's eye out Email me and tell me all about it at their own at Comcast dot net. That's stay own at Comcast dot net. We need to hear from your man. And we also need to know that you are whipping it like a rented mule when it comes to tone. Your pals about the bone conduction music shower trying to spread this Murdy fine fine superfine radio all over this great country of ours. So you need to call pals and pallets out there and tell them about it and tell them to get in touch with their local radio stations and demand the carrying of the bone conduction music show.
"whigs" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And by you, see health, the official partner of athletics. To us. All went away. Vow with a coal of the game. Here's Scott rookie and the voice of the buffaloes. Mark johnson. I featuring the workout video, I beg dot com. Choi ballots. Nobody service charges no hassle member. FDIC? Mexico. That court the guard Derek. Six forty five us a fresh. Br freshman out of spirit of Georgia four points at a rebound for game, Anthony Baptist. Outstanding shooter three what seventy five out of Westwood Oregon fourteen points half rebounds per ballgame. Now, the Whigs bats Jackson. He's a transfer from uconn sixty two thirty redshirt sophomore out of Pasadena, California and Dane Kuyper six to two senior what Scylla Alaska eight point two and a half rebounds. He's also a very good point shooter at thirty five percent for about Saudi arc body inside flat. Amir. Sixty two thousand five to stop. Seven and a half boys five and a half rebounds to the buffaloes. It's the backward Swartz bay seaward started brought court for the Colorado buffaloes keys to the buffs against the Lobos here in Albuquerque while we already mentioned, Mark. Maintain their poison. Stay disciplined fell at the crowd and everything kinda speed them up. Really just play basketball, but stay within yourself. Don't let things rattle you. Palpable. Buffalo's. It is Tyler shopping it up. Ten shook for the home standing logos can hope white uniforms gray and maroon shrimp for the buffaloes during the roadblock. Uniforms. Whitener move back. Dame's across the back of the goal of Colorado across the chest. John Hagan, the referee Verda Harris, Kip Kissinger, the fire is still very fetch officiating crew here is a bit tonight. Place holds just over fifteen thousand. Averaging about twelve or so, it's always a raucous environment. We expect nothing less here tonight tire crowds in. Their feet right now. The will be tacky the basket off to our left the logo job to a right to puffs while the last game between these two to seventy six seventy five fifty seven in boulder the all time series. They played fourteen times tied at seven. In fact, that win last year by the buffalo stamped a three-game streak. By New Mexico. Looks like reset. It's pinch shook and bay John Hagan steps were set for college basketball. Here's a pet toss to the Tampa this one by Colorado. Hey, and right here comes a full court trap rate out of the blocks. Daddy, weaves his way up court gets off the Gatling then here comes the trap and a half court. Bring it across the timeline of Gallic. Threw it away. Intercepted up court Jackson, Dr website Thursday. By piper off the by the buffalo. Quickly up court gives off the torch dribbles his way into the paint up to stop at a blocking. Call is called gets hyper and that puffs handle it perfectly that to the of the metal head Kuyper who just had the flush picks up. The foul Batty is his first of the I four the Lobos much better that position the first one Shane, I think sped up a little bit out of control on the dribble. Do I face that kind of pressure season? Attacking four four left Schwartz the left side, but Kelly right tries to handle the baseball with a head fake tried to get behind him now steps through fires left side of the short corner added we've seen that movie before he fakes the pass, which gets the defender cata rocking that he stepped through products. What are the who plays tied at two excellent use of the pivot foot ball people right corner. Taken by Mathis watch out for him. You got you can't give him with hits because he'll fire. The three Baltic hyper lobster Jackson. The high post wears up spins against goes shot is altered by bay and the rebound away to pay off the front of the. You. I'll take it away by past accounting up court top of the key players had left side of McKinley. Right. Just over a bit. God by here at Albuquerque, right penetrates down to pay shells off of the right side off the fingertips. Obey Manitou turnover. Kuyper with the steel Globus couple up the right up court how the right side with a ball fake. Dow is driven top to Mathis in the paint called targets the buffaloes down. Low was Lucas Siewert. That is his first team foul number one in Colorado. Using the hook on the hip around the kind of control the post guy, eighteen forty two point. So putting half a basketball. Here's the pit. It's dream style arena as this cold. Bounce level is attacking full rights. How the right wing worker the triple but passed out top the Jackson on the left side to Drennan dreaded working on a bottom Abbado against peculiar right to the foul line up to jump stop place. Block Jackson his way down against McKinley. Spins nearly got by the way to travel is what over the right hand shot who's up and good bye bands. Jackson. And it's four to to rid flavor of the Lobos, but Kelly bring it across the tablet right to left shall pass upside Gatling quarter wide open Seabrook for three right between the eyes from downtown big fellow with his fifteenth reporter and Colorado. He's not top five to four in his first three pointer in three games last couple. He was shooting at one point. He was leading the nation at what point early on driving up. The right side bounce pass inside Jackson head fake wrap around pass down low shot rejected by as he put it up and the pass taken by Gatling who runs over the top of the defender and an offensive foul is called as you went right over the top out Anthony Mathis tattoos. Number one Gatling. He's got a turnover. Mega two turnovers. Now, the offensive foul that seems relevant to seventeen forty six to play in the first half of top by one five to four substitution megawatts used the ball game for the first time MC watch Malo watch. Comes the end along with Kareem as the things and this stuff three turnovers for the buffs in less than three minutes. They gotta keep that number. I'm going to say under sixteen in this ball game. They want to be victorious here today to Rene Lobos, attacking forecourt, right? Defend hands on the right side of the ball. Watch picks up to his left doesn't use it out with a jail which to drive down to the baseline caught off by the bubbler Schwartz. Nice job defensively. Kickout Mathis reposted inside man gold. Fires fatally shot will go follow up that time by as the team as the puck and get a potty on them. Regained the lead six to five McKinley right working against pushes up court Cadillacs the left. Elbow drives away down the paint. Throws rejected. Please call tipped out right side and Schwartz has got to give it up to see where Talbot Akita how the left side of McKinley. Right. That's a shop at galleys. Gotta take a dunk the basketball mckinney's. He's got a little dribble off the left side stops pops in twelve Trumper off the back of the rebound ganked away by manacle albatross. For the Lobos up court sixteen forty to play the first half Mathis left side Melwert, taco top the Mathis Lifson clubs other right blocked, mail gold, spins hook shot with a right hand. His upshot will go up about rebound taken away by McKinley. Right. Kelly pushes up for right to left. Taba key kick out left side Gatling touches and a quarter Schwartz for three shot won't go. Rebound battle for Siebert. Had it and Madugalle will the foul on Siewert battling for the rebel. That is his first anti Fowler to make a number three other parts Lobo. Substitution daily on Brown is Alex trading in shorts JAT Ling and basic now, which means there's a third third. Here's the third column of buffalo to check sixteen twenty two to play the first half McKinley inbounding baseline right up to our left looking lobster. Leaping. Grab on the right side. Taken by Seabrook. Get it back in a quarter, Bobby Kennedy Alba, high strange centers, the Bastable gifts out the name. And right Shacklock is at twenty two has McKinley gets back its top of the key Alex reading and a hand up gives it to McKinley on the right side. Daily on right-wing outside up top label with a ball fake. A jab step out his inside straight expense bookshop with the right hand. And it's up and good. Bye. Alex trailing. Outstanding. Boy. I think you get from him is a bonus just gonna say that's found money right there. Buffs are on top seventy Sixers law free by Mathes up step up Saudi arc. Nobody picked him up on he trained it gives. Advantage named right up court goes out the window shot won't go. Rebound battle four. And a foul is called it goes on Alex straightening that is his I had a little turnover. Brutal. Buffalo's has the third foul Colorado. Fifteen forty one to play the first half logos on top of the buffs. Nine seven here in Albuquerque. We'll take.
"whigs" Discussed on American History Tellers
"Journalists Horace Greeley gave the movement its name. We should not care much. Whether we are called wigs Free Democrats or something else, though, we think some simple name like Republican would more fiddly designate us, and so the Republican party was born. The name intentionally recall, the old agrarian party of Thomas Jefferson with its values of liberty land and Justice for all early on abolition and officer to the spread of slavery was the party's main platform, the new coalition attracted former northern Whigs and free soils as well as a few anti slavery Democrats in eighteen fifty six party, nominated former California Senator John C Freemont to run against democrat, James Buchanan. The election was split into three. However by the candidacy of former president Millard Fillmore who was nominated by the American party, formerly the know nothings fill more attempted to run a comp. Demise candidate, a moderate voice between the anti slavery Republicans, and the pro slavery Democrats, but with their opposition split between the American party and Republicans the Democrats and their candidate Buchanan took the presidency during Buchanan's term, the issue slavery came to dominate virtually all political discussions following the passage of the Kansas Nebraska act, a minor. Civil war broke out in Kansas as anti slavery and pro slavery settlers race to buy of land each hope to get enough like minded individuals into the territory to affect the eventual decision on slavery. And the two groups inevitably came to blows people were killed and homesteads destroyed on both sides during this bleeding Kansas crisis. Massachusetts Republican Charles Sumner, given passion speech against Lavery. He specifically mentioned several senators associated with the Kansas Nebraska act, including Andrew Butler of South Carolina, summer said the Senator from South Carolina has chosen a mistress two. Whom he has made his vows and who the ugly to others is always lovely to him, though, polluted in the sight of the world is chased in his sight. I mean, the harlot slavery. The insult was enraging too many in the house of representatives, but especially to Butler's cousin Preston Brooks two days after Sumner speech, Brooke attack summer with a cane on the floor of the Senate nearly beating him to death. It would be three years before summer was well enough to return to his duties, the attack sparked a national fewer southerners lionized Brooks as a hero for defending his cousins honor while those in the north saunas evidence of the south's inherent brutality. Then on March six eighteen fifty seven the supreme court ruled on a controversial case dread. Scott was a slave who had sued for his freedom after living in free territory for several years. He lost in a seven two decision and remained a slave in denying Scott his freedom. The court declared that African slaves or their descendants, regardless of their status slave or free were not US citizens. It also declared the Missouri compromise on constitutional because it had outlawed slavery in some. Territories. The compromise had already been repealed by the Kansas Nebraska act, but the supreme court's decision insured. It could never be resurrected as many Republicans had hoped on the issue of slavery compromise with proving heart define difficult to maintain and now unconstitutional, more and more people were forced to pick aside in the shifting political. Tides Republican party began to swell in numbers. Helped along by the collapse of the American party after eighteen fifty six when unease about Catholic immigrants faded and concerns over the south and slavery mounted most former know nothings joined the Republicans to not because of bullish sentiment, but because the Catholics and immigrants that no nothing's despise widely supported the Democratic Party. They teamed fifties came to a close in rising tension and a growing polarization in politics. The issue of slavery was driving everyone into just two corners. Everyone knew that a reckoning was coming the only questions were how soon would come and how bad would it be?.
Niyanka Jopra Are Married
"Of itself. But if I can rain on their parade a little bit. It's not that the shoes look bad at PayLess. They look fine. It's that if you buy them then one day when you least expect it you'll be skipping across a puddle like Carrie Bradshaw season one when suddenly both of your high heels collapsed beneath your feet leaving you vulnerable ashamed and alone like Carrie Bradshaw season three did you ever fall asleep? Watching TBS and dream that you're the lead in five different romantic comedies. So did I and then our Anna 'Grande turned? It into the thank you next music video if you haven't seen it. Yes, you have the internet has already taken it in and metabolize it into thousands of memes that have passively entered your awareness. There was nothing. You could do your consciousness has been infiltrated by Ariana GRANDE day and her many many Whigs resistance is futile. Thank you next. Kid rock has been fired as the grand Marshall of the Nashville Christmas parade, but don't worry. I'm sure getting fired from Christmas parade wasn't item on kid rock's private bucket list right after make everyone scared you'll run for office or try to grow your hair, so long it comes to life. Specifically kid rock was fired for cursing about joy Behar on live TV now that the calamity is over the Nashville Christmas parade must go on. But instead of kid rock, the grand marshal will now be a pile of barbershop hair sweepings wearing aviator Sunglao. Asses. This just in the sunglass hair pile has now also been fired. Kid rock's replacement is now in upside down hat full of loose spaghetti smoking barbecued flavored vape juice, this parade is gonna be epic take care guys. I've Olympia Harewood, and I will catch you next time until then who recess journed the podcast. You just heard was made using anchor ever thought about making your own podcast anchor makes it really easy for anyone to get started. It's a one stop shop for recording hosting and distributing fat gas. Best of all, it's one hundred percent free. Sign up now at anchor dot FM slash new. That's anchor dot FM slash new to get started.
"whigs" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'
"Okay do care to tell him what i was gonna protection of what your rant was going to be because i was sitting there watching it alone because of what did you say it i went thursday night someone was supposed to meet me there but got caught up at no oh that person so eight the ticket and separate myself next to someone who's why don't you come with us we thought it going in my place in my neighborhood had a busy day watching basketball and hockey playoffs on my two teams and then avengers and then there and i go on my god a feeling yom's going to have an issue and then you told me today's later we talked to the phone you're like get we're gonna talk about the evangelism and we get in here today and you say that you have a rant and i have a feeling i know what the rant is so wrong wrong it's on the whigs but you'll political party i mean how many like a captain america's wake line did anyone look real close edit zero blending happening i mean this is like a billion dollar wig and it was it looked to me like a nineteen ninetythree implemental spray paint your hair on your head like come on what is your chia pet and like we have better hairlines let me say this before we get into it i we're going to try not to give spoiler alert but i just have to say my biggest gripe and if you listen we're going to count down from ten if you don't wanna hear any of the avengers conversation now is your time to turn us off ten nine.
"whigs" Discussed on American History Tellers
"The election of eighteen forty was a referendum on martin van buren presidency and his handling of the economy jackson's economic policies and van buren commitment to seeing them through resulted in crippling depression this downturn earn van buren avenue nickname martin van ruin in eighteen thirty six van buren had won the popular vote over william henry harrison but now in eighteen forty harrison would have a real chance for revenge harrison had led us forces against tecumseh supporters in the battle of tippecanoe during the war of eighteen twelve earning him the nickname old tippecanoe and national fame in buren was well ban ruin he had doubled down on jackson's policies and in this election they would be ambulance well ruin when the votes were counted harrison won the day in an electoral landslide the whigs had finally wrested the presidency from the hands of the jacksonian democrats but the new president the war hero who unite noted the wigs and defeated the little magician was not destined for a long reign in the white house william henry harrison was president for only thirty one days before he died making his tenure in the white house the shortest in american history the day of his inauguration he made a two hour speech in the rain three weeks later he fell ill and on april fourth he died eighteen forty became the only year in american history to see three presidents in the white house martin van buren william henry harrison and now president john tyler tyler virginia native and the tenth president of the united states was always something of an afterthought in fact harrison's campaign slogan was all tippecanoe and tyler to no one trusted tyler not the wigs and not the opposition tyler didn't trust the jacksonian democrats either but he sided with them on the issue of banks against his own party and much to the annoyance of men like henry clay tyler's independent thinking left him with few friends even fewer ally.
"whigs" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
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"whigs" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"They really didn't but time more to we discussed it you've been trashed shocking kenya for awhile squid or just on twitter none reallife not we'll mainly on twitter in a twitter feud was born in two thousand sixteen when michael tweeted crazy kenya moore was bullying poor show when she got the whigs snatch she should have no regrets about that wigs snatch to which kenyan responded you are pathetic and ignorant for promoting violence on any level please get a job to keep your cable to watch me every week so michael you're welcome yes anything you want to get off your chest about him to start i mean peasants can't summon queen kenya you're you're you know you have to know look at me you can make contact with me or those back backstage and i introduced myself to i told you that a judge from the show but you do know that you are on the show like a villain right you know you have to know this correct you've gotten better to our villain michael i don't need you to tell me what i am am not appreciate you being a fan though thank you watching keep the cable on a new job would help with that can you can you can you a middle aged fat white guy out of work never know hook me a lot of a lot of women housing they told them glam squad the whole football team back here.
"whigs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Community in croatia that formed the hair from the yak for the whigs for cats on broadway i'll comes back to casper you bring it altogether you write what you know right and this is your dishes okay and i was like my biggest thing for that whole audition was if i have to be in this room with these people and answering questions why am i there in the first place i can't be me auditioning for yitzhak to be in hedwige angry that doesn't make any sense so kickstarter was like a big deal and so it was like i'm in that room to do a kickstarter campaign to get them to give me money to bring rent back to broadway and so after i was done with my two and a half minute monologue which was much longer than that by the way i took a computer out of my bag and i opened it up and i stood right in front of them and i press play and it was a two and a half minute kickstarter campaign video that i that i filmed on the streets of manhattan in character so the whole time there's not a sound from anyone watching and i was like oh my god i'm bombing and the only time that anyone laughed it was john cameron mitchell he laughed once during the video and it was like like that's how he laughed and so they filmed the whole thing for neil to watch and then when you got the tape he was like that's the greatest i have ever seen and i obviously got the job i mean if you didn't get the audition you would petition i think they were and so it is of course the love interest of hedwig but in addition to playing you tack you or one of the few women who also played hedwig.
"whigs" Discussed on The Rubin Report
"Yeah so he's a lawyer and then politics became his passion yeah i would say those two are in a related because remember at that time many of your politicians if not most of your politicians either came through the military or through a profession law was there a seminal moment for him that he realized this is when why i have to get into politics no i don't think so i don't think so you know it's like life happens and for tunities open and you take advantage of them yeah and you know he had a legal profession in illinois and then he was elected to the ill annoy legislature eventually elected to the house of representatives for short time and and became very prominent in the illinois wig party yeah what were his politics like what was the whig party like okay well this is really if you look at the two parties ideologically at that time it was the whigs versus the democrats the whigs were the interventionist party the whigs were in favor of high protective tariffs they were in favor of spending a lot of money government money on internal improvements what we call infrastructure today and they were in favor of a nationally chartered bank and a lot of these policies were the outgrowth of one of the most prominent whig leaders henry clay and what he termed his american system whereas by this time the democratic party had become the party of liz affair low tariffs getting rid of the national bank and in fact actually trying to divorce government from any relationship with banks.