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"william henry seward" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

05:18 min | 11 months ago

"william henry seward" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"In eighteen. Fifties America to wigs held the reins of power New York. Senator William Henry seward and a man named Thurlow weed a powerful newspaper editor. who used the press to push his agenda? Both men were conscience whigs and both had been thorns and fill more side for years. I while fillmore was vice president. We'd had attacked him in the press and seward in the Senate both men had opposed. Fill more and the compromise every step of the way. When when the news of President Taylor's death broke in July eighteen fifty weed and seward had caused concern the vice president? They had spent over a year attacking for his conduct in the Senate was now the most powerful politician in America with fillmore occupying the highest office in the land seward and. We'd brace themselves for Fillmore to use the powers of the presidency you to seek retribution. But feel more never did he did not weaponize federal patronage or dismissed seward friendly political appointees instead he sought an alliance as President Fillmore was determined to be everyone's president even those with whom he disagreed. He sought to ease sectional tensions and keep the country and the whig party united needed after signing the compromise instead of punishing his two adversaries from New York fillmore sought to bring them into the fold asking them to support the compromise. Louis remained silent on the subject. SEWARD and we'd give lip service to fill more peace offering a behind the scenes. They continue to work to undermine the compromise and he set in motion what might be called a political coup in New York on September twenty seventh eighteen. Fifty in New York wigs held a state convention. Syracuse President Fillmore sent his surrogates with a single goal. Keep the peace with seward's faction at all costs and focus on the larger her objective. Securing New York support for the compromise of eighteen fifty. The state of New York was a hotbed of anti slavery sentiment and fulfill more it was essential that the rest of the the country seen New York set aside those views and back. The compromise fillmore was optimistic but he was not naive to the possibility that seward's men would resist his agenda and seward's fashion held a majority New York. They could control the outcome of the convention and so feel more dispatched in New York. Congressman named William Duer with an olive branch a moderate it platform that would appeal to seward's conscience whigs the platform endorsed a compromise but also stated that slavery would almost certainly be prohibited in the New Territories in question and that as president feel more would do his best to achieve that outcome. Early on things seemed to go. Well a pro fillmore pro compromised delegate named Francis granger injure was named chair of the Convention and pro compromise. Man won the party's nomination for the New York. Governorship but when Congressman Doer introduced Phil Morris Platform seward's fashion pushback back during the debate over the party platform. A delegate from seward's district offered a substitute resolution it stated that in the New Territories Congress had an obligation to prohibit slavery on the first indication. It might be made legal. The resolution was antithetical to the premise of the compromise and for the fillmore camp. It was a non-starter order but the delegates didn't stop there. He added a second resolution. Asking the Convention to formally thank William Seward for effectively representing the true views of New York in the Senate. This was a direct attack on fillmore. Thanks to the seward majority. The resolutions passed seventy two forty and in the aftermath of the vote. Chaos broke out the convention. Chairman Francis. GRANGER slammed down his gavel storm down the hall followed by forty pro compromise delegates immediately after fillmore received a wire affairs at a crisis convention split. Open another red we have nailed the colours to the mast and will fight to the last for you and your administration Gratien. The line is drawn. Meanwhile in the press publisher Thurlow we came up with a pet name for the profile more delegates silver graze. A reference to chairman Francis Grainger's long locks of flowing gray hair film or wanted the silver grays to unite with seward and the conscience. whigs not make a dramatic exit. They had done. So out of loyalty to feel more. And the compromise in the wake of the Syracuse Convention feel. More was more concerned about their loyalty to the whig party at large fill. Moore's hopes for Party unity were dampened further when the silver grays announced their own state convention. Set to take place in Utica New York on October seventeenth. The silver cordray's look forward to leave the weight party strike out on their own in the election of eighteen. Fifty to the whigs were coming apart and not just in New York but all across the country. The prospects for unity were grim and many whigs would look to fill more to unite the party behind his candidacy in the upcoming election but there was a complication. Fillmore did did not want the job. He was ready to retire from public life. Leave Washington for good but there was one Washington big. Who desperately wanted the White House? Fill no more secretary of state Daniel Webster in the run up to the eighteen fifty two election. These two allies would find themselves entangled in a political struggle for the future of the country. The very survival of the wing.

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"william henry seward" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"william henry seward" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"This special edition of our program. We're looking at Lincoln a very big subject difficult to cover. Well. In our limited time Michael Medved has a comprehensive history of Lincoln locked up in his head. Let's pick up with Michael looking at Lincoln's political prowess. It is remarkable power of will. John. Now. Go down with her. On with the war. This campaign song for Lincoln and his new running mate. Andrew Johnson in eighteen sixty four actually indicates the obsession that Lincoln had with actually winning reelection. It wasn't simply because it was a matter of pride with him though. He knowledge that pride was part of it. It was his knowledge that through politics he could achieve his great aims which were saving union. And yes. Freeing, the slaves even though it was wildly controversial. But he was so slow about freeing, the slaves Lincoln was a political being. He was someone who believes in the art of the possible. He was nominated for president the surprise nominee nominated nineteen sixty by the Republican party because the leading candidate. William Henry Seward was considered by some of the more moderate Republicans, some of the more moderate free soil people, particularly. In Indiana, and Pennsylvania and Illinois states, which Democrats usually won and which the Republicans needed to win to win the election. Seward would have been less palatable than Lincoln Lincoln got the nominee, and then performed far better than anyone expected in the election. It wasn't just that the Democrats were divided that allowed Lincoln to win. It's commonly believed that that's what handed him victory actually in the majority of electoral votes, all the electoral votes, he needed Lincoln won a literal majority. In other words, if you take all the three candidates who are running against him combined. They had fewer votes than Lincoln. He did. Well, because he was a practicing politician Richard Hoffstetter was the great political science of the previous scientists to the previous generation at Columbia University wrote the clue too much that is vital and Lincoln's thought and character lies in the fact that he was thoroughly and completely the politician by preference, and by training, it is difficult to think of any man of comparable stature whose life was so fully absorbed into his political being Lincoln plunged into politics. Almost at the beginning of his adult life and. And was never occupied in any other career except for a brief period when an unfavourable turn in his political situation. Forced him back to his law practice, his life was one of Caucasus and conventions party, circulars and speeches request recommendation stratagem schemes and ambitions a yes it was. And as a matter of fact, he was obsessed with winning that re election, though, a very early on in the struggle to win that reelection. It looked like he would be do many kept telling people that it looks as if we should lose we should prepare. However, he was involved in all the details of behind the scenes management. His new secretary of the treasury. William Pitt Senden said the president is too busy looking after the election to think of anything else he was running against a general. Who was I'd always been a democrat and had never much liked or respected Lincoln, but who had been? Indispensable Lincoln thought at the beginning of the war. George b McClellan the Democrats had nominated McClellan on a peace platform, basically, which would have spoiled the whole war. What Lincoln did is? He actually wrote a note and sealed it and then told his cabinet about it. He wanted to not only be open in the event that he did lose. But the note laid out a scheme by which they could still win the war in the period of time between when McClellan would win the election and actually take power because they believe that once McClellan took power, given the peace at any price platform, and the Democrats the war would have to come to an end all of this had to do with Lincoln's fatalism. He he was very unapologetic about the basis for his concern about the election. He said I confess that I desire to be reelected. God knows I do not want the labor and responsibility of the office for another four years, but I have the common pride of humanity to wish my past for years administration endorsed. I honestly believe he wrote that I can better serve the nation and its need in peril than any new man could possibly do. Nevertheless, he was trapped between the peace Democrats who wanted to recognize the confederacy and immediate end of the war and on the other side abolitionists and so-called radical Republicans who thought Lincoln was an equivocating politician, they recognized he had issued the emancipation proclamation, but he hadn't even freed the slaves in the four slave states that have remained as part of the union. They wanted a third party candidate John C, Freemont previous Republican nominee a- general that Lincoln had.

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"william henry seward" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"william henry seward" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Special edition of our program? We're looking at Lincoln a very big subject difficult to cover. Well. In our limited time, but ain't Michael Medved is a comprehensive history of Lincoln locked up in his head. Let's pick up with Michael looking at Lincoln's political prowess. It is remarkable power of will John. Down. Go go down with her belly. And on with the war. This campaign song for Lincoln and his new running mate. Andrew Johnson in eighteen sixty four actually indicates the obsession that Lincoln had with actually winning reelection. It wasn't simply because it was a matter of pride with him though. He acknowledged that pride was part of it. It was his knowledge that through politics he could achieve his great aims which were saving union. And yes. Freeing, the slaves even though it was wildly controversial. But he was so slow about freeing, the slaves Lincoln was a political being he was someone who believe in the art of the possible he was nominated for president the surprise nominee nominated nineteen sixty by the Republican party because the leading candidate. William Henry Seward was considered by some of the more moderate Republicans. Of the more moderate free soil people, particularly in Indiana, and Pennsylvania and Illinois states, which Democrats usually won, and which the Republicans needed to win to win the election Seward would have been less palatable than Lincoln Lincoln got the nominee, and then performed far better than anyone expected in the election. It wasn't just that the Democrats were divided that allowed Lincoln to win. It's commonly believed that that's what handed him victory actually in the majority of electoral votes, all the electoral votes, he needed Lincoln won a literal majority. In other words, if you take all the three candidates who are running against him combined. They had fewer votes than Lincoln. He did. Well, because he was a practicing politician Richard Hoffstetter who was the great political science of the previous scientists to the previous generation at Columbia University wrote the clue too much that is vital Lincoln's thought and character lies in the fact that he was thoroughly and completely the politician by preference and by training. It is. Difficult to think of any man of comparable stature whose life was so fully absorbed into his political being Lincoln plunged into politics. Almost at the beginning of his adult life and was never occupied in any other career except for a brief period when an unfavourable turn in his political situation. Forced him back to his law practice, his life was one of Caucasus in conventions party, circulars and speeches requests recommendation stratagem schemes and ambitions a yes it was. And as a matter of fact, he was obsessed with winning that re election, though, a very early on in the struggle to win that reelection. It looked like he would be doomed. And he kept telling people that it looks as if we should lose it we should prepare. However, he was involved in all the details of behind the scenes management. His new secretary of the treasury. William Pitt said the president is too busy looking after the election to think of anything else. He was running. Against a general who was had always been a democrat and had never much liked or respected Lincoln. But who had been indispensable Lincoln thought at the beginning of the war. George b McClellan the Democrats had nominated McClellan on a peace platform, basically, which would have spoiled the whole war. What Lincoln did is? He actually wrote a note and sealed it and then told his cabinet about it. He wanted to not only be open in the event that he did lose. But the note laid out a scheme by which they could still win the war in the period of time between when McClellan would win the election and actually take power because they believe that once McClellan took power, given the peace at any price platform, and the Democrats the war would have to come to an end all of this had to do with Lincoln's fatalism. He he was very. Unapologetic about the basis for his concern about the election. He said I confess that I desire to be reelected. God knows I do not want the labor and responsibility of the office for another four years, but I have the common pride of humanity to wish my pass for years administration endorsed. I honestly believe he wrote that I can better serve the nation and its need in peril than any new man could possibly do. Nevertheless, he was trapped between the peace Democrats who wanted to recognize the confederacy and immediate end to the war and on the other side abolitionist so-called, radical Republicans who thought Lincoln wasn't equivocating politician, they recognized he had issued the emancipation proclamation, but he hadn't even freed the slaves in the four slave states. That have remains part of the union. They wanted a third party candidate John C, Freemont previous Republican nominee a- general that Lincoln had fired who was planning to run as a.

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"william henry seward" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"william henry seward" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"We're looking at Lincoln, very big subject difficult to cover. Well. When are limited time Michael Medved has a comprehensive history of Lincoln locked up in his head. Let's pick up with Michael looking at Lincoln's political prowess. It is remarkable power of will. John. Down. Go down with her and on with the war. This campaign song for Lincoln and his new running mate. Andrew Johnson in eighteen sixty four actually indicates the obsession that Lincoln had with actually winning reelection. It wasn't simply because it was a matter of pride with him though. He knowledge that pride was part of it. It was his knowledge that through politics he could achieve his great aims, which were saving the union. And yes, freeing, the slaves even though it was wildly controversial. But he was so slow about freeing, the slaves Lincoln was a political being he was someone who believe in the art of the possible he was nominated for president the surprise nominee nominated nineteen sixty by the Republican party because the leading candidate. William Henry Seward was considered by some of the more moderate Republicans some of the more Ma. Moderate free soil people, particularly in Indiana, and Pennsylvania and Illinois states, which Democrats usually won, and which the Republicans needed to win to win the election Seward would have been less palatable than Lincoln Lincoln got the nominee, and then performed far better than anyone expected in the election. It wasn't just that the Democrats were divided that allowed Lincoln to win. It's commonly believed that that's what handed him victory actually in the majority of electoral votes, all the electoral votes, he needed Lincoln won a literal majority. In other words, if you take all the three candidates who are running against him combined. They had fewer votes than Lincoln. He did. Well, because he was a practicing politician Richard Hoffstetter who was the great political science of the previous scientists to the previous generation at Columbia University wrote the clue too much that is vital in Lincoln's thought and character lies in the fact that he was thoroughly and completely the politician by preference and by training, it is difficult to think of. Any man of comparable stature whose life was so fully absorbed into his political being Lincoln plunged into politics. Almost at the beginning of his adult life and was never occupied in any other career except for a brief period when an unfavourable turn in his political situation. Forced him back to his law practice, his life was one of Caucasus and conventions party, circulars and speeches requests recommendations, stratagem schemes and ambitions. Yes, it was. And as a matter of fact, he was obsessed with winning that reelection. Though, very early on in the struggle to win that reelection. It looked like he would be doomed. Then he kept telling people that it looks as if we should lose them we should prepare. However, he was involved in all the details of behind the scenes management. His new secretary of the treasury. William Pitt said, the president is too busy looking after the election to think of anything else he was running against a general. Who was I'd always been a democrat and had never much liked or respected Lincoln. But who had been indispensable Lincoln thought at the beginning of the war. George b McClellan the Democrats had nominated McClellan on a peace platform, basically, which would have spoiled the whole war. What Lincoln did is? He actually wrote a note and sealed it and then told his cabinet about it. He wanted to not only be open in the event that he did lose. But the note laid out a scheme. By which they could still win the war in the period of time between when McClellan would win the election and actually take power because they believe that once McClellan took power, given the peace at any price platform, the Democrats the war would have to come to an end all of this had to do with Lincoln's fatalism. He he was very unapologetic about the basis for his concern about the election. He said I confess that I desire to be reelected. God knows I do not want the labor and responsibility of the office for another four years, but I have the common pride of humanity to wish my past four years administration endorsed. I honestly believe he wrote that I can better serve the nation and its need in peril than any new man could possibly do. Nevertheless, he was trapped between the peace. Democrats wanted to recognize the confederacy and immediate end to the war and on the other side abolitionists and so-called radical Republicans who thought Lincoln wasn't equivocating politician, they recognized he had issued the emancipation proclamation, but he hadn't even freed the slaves in the four slave states that have remained as part of the union. They wanted a third party candidate John C, Freemont previous Republican nominee.

Lincoln Richard Hoffstetter William Henry Seward Michael Medved George b McClellan John C Republican party president Andrew Johnson William Pitt Freemont treasury Indiana Columbia University secretary Illinois Pennsylvania
"william henry seward" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"william henry seward" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"We're looking at Lincoln, very big difficult to cover. Well. When are limited time Michael Medved is comprehensive history of Lincoln locked up in his head. Let's pick up with Michael looking at Lincoln's political prowess is remarkable power of will. Gone down. Down with rebellion and on with the war. This campaign song for Lincoln and his new running mate. Andrew Johnson in eighteen sixty four actually indicates the obsession that Lincoln had with actually winning reelection. It wasn't simply because it was a matter of pride with him though. He knowledge that pride was part of it. It was his knowledge that through politics he could achieve his great aims, which were saving the union. And yes, freeing, the slaves even though it was wildly controversial that he was so slow about freeing, the slaves Lincoln was a political being he was someone who believe in the art of the possible he was nominated for president the surprise nominee nominated nineteen sixty by the Republican party because the leading candidate. William Henry Seward was considered by some of the more moderate Republicans. Of the more moderate free soil people, particularly in Indiana, and Pennsylvania and Illinois states, which Democrats usually won, and which the Republicans needed to win to win the election Seward would have been less palatable than Lincoln Lincoln got the nominee, and then performed far better than anyone expected in the election. It wasn't just that the Democrats were divided that allowed Lincoln to win. It's commonly believed that that's what handed him victory actually in the majority of electoral votes, all the electoral votes, he needed Lincoln won a literal majority. In other words, if you take all the three candidates who are running against him combined. They had fewer votes than Lincoln. He did. Well, because he was a practicing politician Richard Hoffstetter who was the great political science of the previous scientists to the previous generation at Columbia University wrote the clue too much that is vital in Lincoln's fought. And character lies in the fact that he was thoroughly and completely the politician by preference and by training. It is. Difficult to think of any man of comparable stature whose life was so fully absorbed into his political being Lincoln plunged into politics. Almost at the beginning of his adult life and was never occupied in any other career except for a brief period when an unfavourable turn in his political situation. Forced him back to his law practice, his life was one of Caucasus and conventions party, circulars and speeches request recommendation stratagem schemes and ambitions, I yes, it was. And as a matter of fact, he was obsessed with winning that reelection. Though, very early on in the struggle to win that reelection. It looked like he would be do many kept telling people that it looks as if we should lose we should prepare. However, he was involved in all the details of behind the scenes management. His new secretary of the treasury William Pitt's, ascendant said the president is too busy looking after the election to think of anything else he was running against a general. Who was I'd always been a democrat and had never much liked or respected Lincoln. But who had been indispensable Lincoln thought at the beginning of the war. George b McClellan the Democrats had nominated McClellan on a peace platform, basically, which would have spoiled the whole war. What Lincoln did is? He actually wrote a note and sealed it and then told his cabinet about it. He wanted to not only be open in the event that he did lose. But the note laid out a scheme. By which they could still win the war in the period of time between when McClellan would win the election and actually take power because they believe that once McClellan took power, given the peace at any price platform of the Democrats. The war would have to come to an end all of this had to do with Lincoln's fatalism. He he was very unapologetic about the basis for his concern about the election. He said I confess that I desire to be reelected. God knows I do not want the labor and responsibility of the office for another four years, but I have the common pride of humanity to wish my past four years administration endorsed. I honestly believe he wrote that I can better serve the nation and its need in peril than any new man could possibly do. Nevertheless, he was trapped between the peace Democrats who wanted to recognize the confederacy and immediate end of the war and on the other side abolitionists and so-called radical Republicans who fought Lincoln wasn't equivocating politician, they recognized he had issued the emancipation proclamation, but he hadn't even freed the slaves in the four slave states that have remained as part of the union. They wanted a third party candidate John C, Freemont previous Republican nominee a general that Lincoln had.

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"william henry seward" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"william henry seward" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Was a fallen angel because of his support for the fugitive slave act in New England. Had been elevated to secretary state by Millard Fillmore decides this is his real last chance to become president. He's a broken, man. He's aged. He's his alcohol has reached its revenge on his body. He's somewhat incoherent and at the same time Millard Fillmore is broken political figure. There's two men stumbling around a boxing ring. They'll more doesn't want to run. He wants to run Hughes here resolute Webster's desperate to run there in the Clinton and meanwhile, enter Winfield Scott another general from the Mexican war supported by. William Henry Seward. Who his guiding another general to victory he believes or to a nomination that he can control and Winfield Scott, however games nomination decides he won't listen to Seward, but Scott has no political instincts whatsoever. And and stumbles around committing political blunder after blunder and the Whigs head towards the greatest feat in the presidential election that had taken place in American history to that point and Franklin Pierce wins in a landslide in the week party has been buried. Thermo? We'd the boss of New York says to his friend William Seward that it is Waterloo. Let's now design divide up the country into the pieces as Pierce is going to win. He wins dominantly overwhelm Scott. The numbers are intimidating the free soil party does that still exist for people who oppose slavery. Well, the free soil party had run a presidential candidate eighteen forty eight and it did not exist in eighteen fifty two. It ran a half-hearted campaign. It was really the.

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"william henry seward" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"william henry seward" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Rain on the way late Sunday night into Monday, Partly to mostly cloudy skies. We drop back into the upper fifties mix of clouds and sun early for Sunday. More clouds later in the day and a high close to seventy rain moving in Sunday night Jeffey. No from the Weather Channel on San Antonio's official weather station. Newsradio twelve hundred w away. I heart radio shines the spotlight on Elton. John. L D soon became one of the top selling artists of the seventies. With the help of releases. Like goodbye, yellow brick road in one thousand nine hundred seventy three and rock of the westies and seventy five. Became equally famous for his life shows he dressed in fabulous over the top costumes and glasses for his elaborate concerts in an interview with w magazine John explained that I wasn't a sex symbol like Bowie. Marc bolan, Freddie. Mercury. So I dressed more on the humorous side in one thousand nine hundred seventy six John hit the top of the charts. Again with don't go. Breaking my heart is due wet with KiKi. Well, not producing smashes in the eighties. John still did well on the charts some of the most memorable songs from this period include the ballots little Jeannie and his powerful and moving tribute to John Lennon anti garden. Keep listening to iheartradio for more Elton, John and all your favorite artists. Now, a look back at this week in history this week in eighteen sixty seven the US formerly takes possession of Alaska after purchasing the territory from Russia for seven point two million dollars or less than two cents an acre Alaska, which compromises five hundred eighty six thousand four hundred two square miles or about twice the size of Texas was champion to be purchased by William Henry Seward, the enthusiastically expansionists secretary of state under president Andrew Johnson jumping ahead almost a hundred years this week in nineteen fifty nine on New York City's Fifth Avenue thousands of people lined up outside a bizarrely shaped white concrete building that resembled. A giant upside down cupcake it was opening day. The new Guggenheim museum home to one of the world's top collections of contemporary art this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy three after. Fifteen years of construction the Sydney Opera House is dedicated by Queen Elizabeth the second the eighty million dollar structure designed by Danish architect Hutson and funded by the profits of the opera house lotteries currently presents an average of three thousand events a year to an estimated two million people and.

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"william henry seward" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"william henry seward" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Judy Greer will pattern Virginia Gardner, Nick castle. Also, Star Wars sequel based on the two thousand seventeen novel of the same name as the hate you give from the director of barbershop and soul. Food star is a girl who lives in a poor neighborhood, but attends a fancy prep school that uneasy balance of distinct worlds collapses when one of her close friends is shot adverse affects reverberate through both communities this drama stars Amandla Stemberg, Regina hall. Russell Hornsby K J Abba and is array still in theaters. Are venom a star is born. I man goosebumps to haunted. How? Wayne and small foot plus nights school bad times of the El royale, the house with a clock in its walls as simple favor and the non and that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio. And now a look back at this week in history this week in eighteen sixty seven the US formerly takes possession of Lasca after purchasing the territory from Russia for seven point two million dollars or less than two cents an acre Alaska, which compromises five hundred eighty six thousand four hundred two square miles or about twice the size of Texas was champion to be purchased by William Henry Seward, the enthusiastically expansionist secretary of state under president Andrew Johnson jumping ahead almost a hundred years this week in nineteen Fifty-nine on New York City's Fifth Avenue thousands of people lined up outside a bizarrely shaped white concrete building that resembled. A giant upside down cupcake it was opening day. The new Guggenheim museum home to one of the. The world's top collections of contemporary art this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy three after fifteen years of.

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"william henry seward" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"william henry seward" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You home to the candidates. Take a break from football at Kim's Austin highway gun show this weekend accounts. Austin highway gun show nights, ammo and military, collectible thirty nine to five Sunday ten to four at the Austin highway vent center, nineteen forty-eight. Austin highway, y'all come you here? Now, it's the weekend box office review. It was a repeat of last week's top two starting with venom repeating in first place with thirty six million down a better-than-expected fifty five percent from its opening weekend. That puts its ten day total at one hundred forty two million in the US easily. Topping it's estimated one hundred million dollar budget. A star is born held onto the number two slot adding twenty eight million for total so far of ninety four million. That's almost triple its estimated thirty six million dollar budget. So it looks to be a big money maker for the studio newcomer, I man opened in third place with sixteen point five million. Eight also earned a b plus cinema score from first day audiences and is expected to finish run in the seventy five million dollar range a bit higher than its estimated sixty million dollar budget right behind number four goosebumps to haunted. Halloween. Started off for the decent sixteen point two million gross and ABI cinema score from audiences and small foot landed in fifth place with nine million over the weekend to give it a total of fifty seven million so far and at your weekend. Box office review on iheartradio. And now a look back at this week in history this week in eighteen sixty seven the US formerly takes possession of Alaska after purchasing the territory from Russia for seven point two million dollars or less than two cents an acre Alaska, which compromises five hundred eighty six thousand four hundred square miles or about twice the size of Texas was champion to be purchased by William Henry Seward, the enthusiastically expansionist secretary of state under president Andrew Johnson jumping ahead almost a hundred years this week in nineteen Fifty-nine on New York City's Fifth Avenue thousands of people lined up outside a bizarrely shaped white concrete building that resembled. A giant upside down cupcake was opening day. The new Guggenheim museum home to one of the world's top collections of contemporary art this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy three after fifteen years of construction.

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"william henry seward" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"william henry seward" Discussed on KTOK

"Five year old brutalized low enforcement officers gunned down these are the victims of illegal immigration American lives, destroy our broken immigration laws. But President Trump is fighting back and conservative congressman Kevin McCarthy is leading the fight Kevin McCarthy's build the wall and enforce the low act fully funds, President Trump's border wall. Expands cates. Law to penalize criminal illegal immigrants and insurers only of American citizens have the right to vote. That's the tough conservative solution. America deserves and the leadership President Trump needs. That's conservative congressman Kevin McCarthy's build the wall and enforce the law act so health President Trump visit time for the wall dot com and tell congress to pass Kevin McCarthy's build the wall and enforce the law act now eight four by state tea party express. Think twenty sixteen thirty seven the US formerly takes possession of Alaska after purchasing the territory from Russia for seven point two million dollars or less than two cents an acre Alaska, which compromises five hundred eighty six thousand four hundred two square miles or about twice the size of Texas was champion to be purchased by William Henry Seward, the enthusiastically expansionists secretary of state under president Andrew Johnson jumping ahead almost a hundred years this week in nineteen fifty nine on New York City's Fifth Avenue thousands of people lined up outside a bizarrely shaped white concrete building that resembled. A giant upside down cupcake it was opening day. The new Guggenheim museum home to one of the world's top collections of contemporary art this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy three after fifteen years of construction the Sydney Opera House is dedicated by Queen Elizabeth the second the eighty million dollar structure designed by Danish architect Hutson. And funded by the profits of the opera house lotteries currently presents an average of three thousand events a year to an estimated two million people and this week in nineteen eighty-five..

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"william henry seward" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"william henry seward" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Released crazy by Patsy. Cline. The ballad composed by Willie Nelson gave Klein number two country hit in one thousand nine hundred sixty two Nelson originally wrote the song for country singer Billy Walker but Walker turned it down this week in nineteen seventy six DJ Rick Dees hits number one in the US with disco duck a novelty record taking advantage of the disco era. It was the last novelty song to top the billboard hot one hundred chart this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight one week by bare naked ladies hits number one in the US where it stays for. You guessed it one week this week in two thousand one two security guards were fired after refusing to allow Bob Dylan into his own concert. Dylan who had demanded that security on his love and theft tour should be tighter than ever different have a pass when he arrived backstage and this week in twenty eleven Coldplay released their fifth studio album, Milo xylitol, which charted number one in thirty four countries and became the group's third to debut at number one in the US the best performing single from the album was paradise. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. And now a look back at this week in history this week in eighteen sixty seven the US formerly takes possession of Lasca after purchasing the territory from Russia for seven point two million dollars or less than two cents an acre Alaska, which compromises five hundred eighty six thousand four hundred two square miles or about twice the size of Texas was champion to be purchased by William Henry Seward, the enthusiastically expansionists secretary of state under president Andrew Johnson jumping ahead almost one hundred years this week in nineteen fifty nine a New York City's Fifth Avenue thousands of people lined up outside a bizarrely shaped white concrete building that resembled. A giant upside down cupcake it was opening day. The new Guggenheim museum home to one of the world's top collections of contemporary art this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy three after fifteen years of construction the Sydney Opera House is dedicated by Queen Elizabeth the second the. Eighty million dollar structure designed by Danish architect urine Woodson and funded by the profits of the opera house. Lotteries currently presents an average of three thousand events a year to an estimated two million people.

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"william henry seward" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"william henry seward" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"This week in one thousand nine hundred eighty one the red hot chili peppers, kicked off their blood sugar sex magic tour with a show in Madison, Wisconsin, they're opening acts are the smashing pumpkins and a new band called Pearl Jam and this week in two thousand fourteen U2. frontman Bono said he was sorry after their latest album was automatically added to the libraries of all. I tune users around the world saying the move was a drop of meglomania and a touch of generosity. I tunes users complained that the eleven songs had been added to their music library without permission. And that it was not clear how to delete them. It was a rare stumble for apple and YouTube. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. And now a look back at this week in history this week in eighteen sixty seven the US formerly takes possession of Alaska after purchasing the territory from Russia for seven point two million dollars or less than two cents an acre Alaska, which compromises five hundred eighty six thousand four hundred two square miles or about twice the size of Texas was champion to be purchased by William Henry Seward, the enthusiastically expansionists secretary of state under president Andrew Johnson jumping ahead almost a hundred years this week in nineteen fifty nine on New York City's Fifth Avenue thousands of people lined up outside a bizarrely shaped white concrete building that resembled. A giant upside down cupcake it was opening day. The new Guggenheim museum home to one of the world's top collections of contemporary art this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy three after fifteen years of construction the.

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"william henry seward" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"william henry seward" Discussed on WTVN

"This week in one thousand nine hundred one the red hot chili peppers kick off their blood sugar sex magic tour with a show in Madison Wisconsin, they're opening acts are dismissing pumpkins and a new band called Pearl Jam and this week in two thousand fourteen U2. frontman Bono said he was sorry after their latest album was automatically added to the libraries of all ITIM users around the world saying the move was a drop of la- mania and a touch of generosity. I tunes users complained that the eleven songs had been added to their music library without permission. And that it was not clear how to delete them. It was a rare stumble for apple and YouTube. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. Now, a look back at this week in history this week in eighteen sixty seven the US formerly takes possession of Alaska after purchasing the territory from Russia for seven point two million dollars or less than two cents an acre Alaska, which compromises five hundred eighty six thousand four hundred two square miles or about twice the size of Texas was champion to be purchased by William Henry Seward, the enthusiastically, a secretary of state under president Andrew Johnson jumping ahead almost one hundred years this week in nineteen fifty nine a New York City's Fifth Avenue thousands of people lined up outside a bizarrely shaped white concrete building that resembled. A giant upside down cupcake it was opening day at the Guggenheim museum home to one of the world's top collections of contemporary art this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy three after fifteen years of construction the Sydney Opera House is dedicated by Queen Elizabeth the second the eighty million. Dollar structure designed by.

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"william henry seward" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"william henry seward" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Zone and possible lane closures along sixteen oh four she had north and southbound between one fifty one and highway ninety I'm blind Brook's NewsRadio twelve hundred w away. I. And now the iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. Hey, sports fans. It's why don't we take a journey back to this week in sports history. Let's start way back in eighteen sixty were the first professional golf tournament is held at Prestwick golf club in Scotland a golfer by the name of willy park wins the tournament this week in one thousand nine hundred to the seven iron bowl is played. For Auburn beats Alabama twenty three to nothing in Birmingham sedate. The Auburn Alabama rivalry has had eighty two meetings and Alabama leads forty five thirty six with one time this week in nineteen sixty seven major league baseball American League, both still allow the athletics to move from Kansas City to Oakland and expand the league to twelve teams in one thousand nine hundred ninety one with teams in Kansas City and Seattle this week in one thousand nine hundred four Chicago bull Nate Thurman becomes the first in the NBA to complete a quadruple double twenty two. Points, fourteen rebounds, thirteen assists, and twelve blocks this week in one thousand nine hundred seven the first World Series game ever played in a covered stadium. The Hubert h Humphrey Metrodome and also the first World Series in which all games are won by the home team and this week in two thousand nine New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady at one of the best games of his career against the titans throwing five touchdown passes in the second quarter alone. An NFL record six totally threw in the game in a fifty nine to zero route. That's your iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. Now, a look back at this week in history this week in eighteen sixty seven the US formerly takes possession of Alaska after purchasing the territory from Russia for seven point two million dollars or less than two cents an acre Alaska, which compromises five hundred eighty six thousand four hundred two square miles or about twice the size of Texas was champion to be purchased by William Henry Seward, the enthusiastically expansionist secretary of state. President Andrew Johnson jumping ahead almost one hundred years this week in nineteen fifty nine a New York City's Fifth Avenue thousands of people lined up outside a bizarrely shaped white concrete building that resembled. A giant upside down cupcake it was opening day. The new Guggenheim museum home to one of the world's top collections of contemporary art this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy three after fifteen years of construction the Sydney Opera House is dedicated by Queen Elizabeth the second the eighty million dollar structure designed by Danish architect urine Woodson and funded by the profits of the opera house. Lotteries currently presents an average of three thousand events a year to an estimated two million people.

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"william henry seward" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"william henry seward" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Why don't we take a journey back to this week in sports history? Let's start way back in eighteen sixty were the first professional golf tournament is held at Prestwick golf club in Scotland a golfer by the name of really park wins the tournament this week in one thousand nine hundred to the seventh iron bowl is played. For Auburn beats Alabama twenty three to nothing in Birmingham to date. The Auburn Alabama rivalry has had eighty two meetings and Alabama leads forty five thirty six with one time this week in nineteen sixty seven major league baseball is American League votes to allow the athletics to move from Kansas City to Oakland and expand the league to twelve teams in nineteen seventy-one with teams in Kansas City and Seattle this week in one thousand nine seventy four Chicago bull Nate Thurman becomes the first in the NBA to complete a quadruple double twenty two points, fourteen rebounds. Thirteen assists, and twelve blocks this week in one thousand nine hundred seven the first World Series game ever played in a covered stadium. The Hubert h Humphrey Metrodome and also the first World Series in which all games are won by the home team and this week in two thousand nine New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady at one of the best games of his career against the titans throwing five touchdown passes in the second quarter alone. An NFL record six totally threw in the game in a fifty nine to zero route. That's your iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. Now, a look back at this week in history this week in eighteen sixty seven the US formerly takes possession of Alaska after purchasing the territory from Russia for seven point two million dollars or less than two cents in Alaska, which compromises five hundred eighty six thousand four hundred two square miles or about twice the size of Texas was champion to be purchased by William Henry Seward, the enthusiastically expansionist secretary of state under president Andrew Johnson jumping. Ahead almost a hundred years this week in nineteen fifty nine on New York City's Fifth Avenue thousands of people lined up outside a bizarrely shaped white concrete building that resembled. A giant upside down cupcake it was opening day at the new Guggenheim museum home to one of the world's top collections of contemporary art this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy three after fifteen years of construction.

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"william henry seward" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"william henry seward" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Michael medved show a broadcasting today from our great affiliate in cleveland ohio where i had uh uh some terrific events last night and today at at lunch here and by the way it is a beautiful sunny day in cleveland uh for anybody who uh doubts it um if you're in a some kind of inclement part of the country well today northeastern ohio is is is looking great uh what is not looking great it seems to me is the polarization in the country and it's particularly bitter because it's polarization really about nothing i actually believe that the american people agree only a broad range raines of subjects we do not have some kind of irrepressible conflict that was the phrase that william henry seward used to talk about the coming civil war we're not that there's no issue of its comparable to slavery what what is the crucial issue that has sending americans warring camps and no i don't believe that it makes any sense at all to get into warring camps over questions about donald trump's personality we're actually i honestly believe that a great majority of americans would agree about president trump's personality which like the personality of most human beings has a some admirable elements and some appalling elements or as outrageous steven say such a thing one eight hundred nine five five seventy six our phone number but the point is it's worthwhile making distinctions and not lumping everybody who disagrees with you as some kind of mortal enemy there a couple of reminders about that one of them is what is going on in the middle east right now with a potential war god forbid between israel and iran over the events of the weekend we will get to that and what it means and and what we do with it but it should be clear that lumping people with whom you disagree politically in the same basket with evil terrorists send an evil regime like the iranian regime is just wrong and by the same token it is just wrong to conflate domestic abuse punching out your your wife or your loved one with uh what is called sexual harassment which could be making son inappropriate comment or inappropriate joke in the workplace or even conflating domestic abuse with that charges of inappropriate relations or even sexual assault they are very different now i bring this up because this morning in my hotel room i.

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"william henry seward" Discussed on Freak Out and Carry On

Freak Out and Carry On

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"william henry seward" Discussed on Freak Out and Carry On

"I'm not sure of identified them yet is a jared kushner adriano will it become anthony's baraboo gee i i look at trump and i'm not sure who has that level of blind and undying loyalty for this man and in fact uh he is undermining a rid of such royalty with every action especially actions against sessions which say to people if he's not going to be loyal to jeff sessions after everything jeff sessions has done for him he's not going to be loyal to anybody else that's one thing about nixon and haldeman erlich men nixon was loyal to them as they were to him you know what's interesting is of presidents uh often rise fall on the difficult issues of of their job not being scalable they needed visors no duly elected individual certainly in the modern era can manage that office alone they need to be advised helpfully correctly and in due time in real time so they don't end up making wrong decisions to our history we have seen president the been badly advised that advisor told them the very wrong thing at the very moment they needed something else probably every president has an adviser that he has regretted at some point on one of my favorite stories is that shortly after abraham lincoln took office in eighteen sixty one his secretary of state was convinced that he was the one who really should be in charge of the administration he was really the brains and lincoln was a backwoods country bumpkins short this was william henry seward yes and he actually suggested that he knew how to prevent the civil war and that would be to encourage lincoln to start a war with a foreign country probably france or russia but it didn't really matter who so long as there was a foreign earn war because southerners cared so much about martial arts surroi medical that these is the wag the dog gives avidly exactly and lincoln to his credit um ignored that advice wicked the only president trump credits as better than himself so there you go to put their aljaber knew that in his pocket but it does raise the question i think.

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