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"wyan dot" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

05:47 min | 11 months ago

"wyan dot" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Nine point. Five percent survive. Why are we making this such a big deal. Why are we burning down cities because black lives matter when it's actually true that white people get shot more by 'cause i don't understand why we don't look at that. Why are we taking a ours out of people's hands when the majority of shootings in this country are done by pistols going shane. You're on a roll so just may just just everything. I don't understand why Normal everyday people have to put up with with the narrative that either done by the media or done by Co workers like you were talking about crazy lady earlier like why do we put up with that. Why do we listen to it. Why don't we find out for change because haywire people are weak their confrontation averse. If you want to see it for yourself wait till there's a line to get into a concert and just go and walk up to the front line and break in and watch there may be a guy or two. That are go. Hey hey hey buddy to the back. There's a line here but most people will see it and look around and wait on someone else to do it if it is to be. It's up to me but it will not be that everybody in the line will say whoa. Whoa we've been waiting here for hours. Most people will look around and hope that someone else will address it first and the guy that talks big when someone else addresses it might go. Yeah right but he never would have been the person to do it. And the guy that's gonna do. It is the guy that's got tat's on his calf muscles got tests on your calf muscles hate. I hate that but anyway it's gonna be the guy that's got to go t- in the shaved head and tat's on his calf muscles and like a t. shirt harley davidson t-shirt from nineteen eighty two with the sleeves. Cut out that guy because that guy that guy will stand up to everything all the time everywhere. 'cause right is right and wrong is wrong and asks world. He lives in and he intends to enforce that. Because that's what gives. Life structure is the rule of law and following the rules. And doing the right thing. There's right and there's wrong and you what you just did was wrong. And i'm going to have to be the one to tell you that what you just did is wrong. That guy that guy our listener. That guy is our listener. That that's that's who he is sandra in new mexico. Yeah you told me the other day that to fix my condition. A need to switch from beer tequila and i said. Can't you just give me a shot. Well it's go ahead. Sandra okay okay. there's a video on a website called kirpal Let's see purple wines. Is that the deal on oprah. I'm sorry go ahead. No purple wyan dot project dot com. It's a federal certified medical investigator and are in. Who's trying to help. The americans realized that these these swabs it. They're testing the virus with is very very dangerous. Chemical that's been saturated on the swabs That's called eel ethylene oxide. I can't maybe not pronouncing it right. But they've taken down a few times big tack house she has. She's driven the video. I saw yesterday. It's up today but it says there to you. Scroll scroll down and we'll see all about these swabs okay. This this is serious and it's great information she's getting without to us. Okay and people need to start need to stop getting swabbed whether it's a measure that the math or whatever the the self-testing all this is it is communist. China impacting people with poison and by touching her body. There sinus or whatever and she says it. Some of these swabs are pushed back into the nasal passages close to the browns all. This could even be fatal the stuff so bad okay and so there's a lot of there's probably thirty different things that it's causing cancer. Okay but then the second. The second mentioned number two is that will form county A patriot guardian group based on Retired generals idea. Where two thousand people in doing this across the country To join and giving support to law enforcement working with You know sure that we can work with. And i'm trying to help protect our communities so I'm trying to form that. So i want people to know and to people to to be encouraged to be setting these up. Starting with two thousand members of two patriots across america and all different counties all the counties hopefully they will be probably evolved. Getting the idea is to start meetings to get a roster. Two thousand people communicate get.

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"wyan dot" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

04:01 min | 11 months ago

"wyan dot" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

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"wyan dot" Discussed on Ambitious Entrepreneur Podcast Network

Ambitious Entrepreneur Podcast Network

03:47 min | 11 months ago

"wyan dot" Discussed on Ambitious Entrepreneur Podcast Network

"What you want to create is a business where you now have the confidence that as it goes you are having more positive impact and you are making more on the financial sustainability side if you can get to that place where you are confident. Both those things. That's the wing that we wanna say. Yeah now. I know we're just about at the end and we've gone. I've actually i've just so locked that conversation and i. This is mike impact for many people who are navigating through this and bats resonate with some of the barriers that you've described but i know that one last pace often as individuals entrepreneurs enterpreneurs. We can feel that we're going through this alive on but you want to share some insights so maybe as we finish up today before you share with people how they can get in contact with you. What kind of insights would you like to share around your non aligned in this. So i think the pace that this is iran starting to be quite disturbing about whose voices or criticism you listen to how you seek out company and fade back. There are so many people gotta out there trying to build as taxable denies acions. Who are doing the same types of things you and one of the places that i have had lead over. The years is that just let not all is created equal not all criticism it go to Brunei brand refers to roosevelt states around being in the arena. His she talks about this cheap seats. And if someone sitting in the shape satan isn't brave enough to be in here in the arena finding the good fight in Listen to voices. And so on. Would seek out stakeout the people who actually have the blood and sweat and tees have lived experience and practitioners. Not just academically giving you their opinion because of us out there who are in that practitioner category and that kind of conversation is where you will feel enriched and supported in realize. You know the line you know we knew surround yourself with people who are in the trenches wjm. I have gone through a particular challenge that you now face with today so rather than to reinvent the wheel ones piece of da fast track of how we can go at to people such as yourself best saying and benefit capital shallow. Bit more about how people connect with ye. Yes so i'll website is simply benefit dot capital to remember so jump on there and have a look really happy to the people to reach out to me on instagram or or via the website. If they've got any questions because disease. I think the way in which we're going to be able to have the most impact in the world is to stop to design these models capping to an excess broader pools of capital to actually solve. All of these challenges. World is facing absolutely will let spain an absolute thrill. Thank you so much. Take time out of your day and sharing this with saying please connect with basie and benefit capital. Thanks much busy thanks emory. This podcast is brought to you by the influence alliance dot com. Want to influence real change with your message by becoming known as a trusted authority in your industry while building sustainable and scalable business you love find out how by accessing our free podcast series at. Www dot the influence alliance dot com slash podcast series that the influence wyans dot com slash podcast series..

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"wyan dot" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"wyan dot" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

"Shed. Grody is wildlife. Officer here in marion county and other counties as well correct chad you work here and wyandotte county. A few others are just pretty much mary. So state while f. officers were assigned to a specific county. Marion county is the one i'm assigned to But we also work throughout the state. We have statewide jurisdiction and My work unit typically is more south in district one But wyan dot hardin. County is also connected in my general area. Where where the cw dvd's disease surveillance area is going to be. That we're gonna talk about. I got you and that's what we are talking about. So chad is in as a wildlife officer here in marion county to talk about chronic wasting disease which you may have heard of being in our dear you may have heard some rumors. You may have heard some things that are correct. You may have been reading on it. But we decided to bring chad in and talk a little bit about it because number one we're coming up to To deer season people again begin to to to hunt deer and number two. Obviously this is something that is affecting about a. I guess it would be more of a twenty mile area. It's a ten mile radius around where the chronic wasting disease was found up in wyandotte county. So chad first of all tells a little bit about chronic wasting disease what is it. What's the history. How did he get here and become a thing. Yeah so chronic. Wasting disease has been around for quite a while it's been located in other states around us and Cw d. was found in wyandotte county recently but previously we had found it and some of our whitetail deer homes and wayne homes and wayne county. Yeah so since Those have been located are found The disease surveillance area for them have expired We haven't had any more positives in that general area But unfortunately we recently had to positives in wyandotte county Which created the disease surveillance area for our general area. Okay

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Deer Breeding Facility in South Texas Detect Chronic Wasting Disease

Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Deer Breeding Facility in South Texas Detect Chronic Wasting Disease

"Shed. Grody is wildlife. Officer here in marion county and other counties as well correct chad you work here and wyandotte county. A few others are just pretty much mary. So state while f. officers were assigned to a specific county. Marion county is the one i'm assigned to But we also work throughout the state. We have statewide jurisdiction and My work unit typically is more south in district one But wyan dot hardin. County is also connected in my general area. Where where the cw dvd's disease surveillance area is going to be. That we're gonna talk about. I got you and that's what we are talking about. So chad is in as a wildlife officer here in marion county to talk about chronic wasting disease which you may have heard of being in our dear you may have heard some rumors. You may have heard some things that are correct. You may have been reading on it. But we decided to bring chad in and talk a little bit about it because number one we're coming up to To deer season people again begin to to to hunt deer and number two. Obviously this is something that is affecting about a. I guess it would be more of a twenty mile area. It's a ten mile radius around where the chronic wasting disease was found up in wyandotte county. So chad first of all tells a little bit about chronic wasting disease what is it. What's the history. How did he get here and become a thing. Yeah so chronic. Wasting disease has been around for quite a while it's been located in other states around us and Cw d. was found in wyandotte county recently but previously we had found it and some of our whitetail deer homes and wayne homes and wayne county. Yeah so since Those have been located are found The disease surveillance area for them have expired We haven't had any more positives in that general area But unfortunately we recently had to positives in wyandotte county Which created the disease surveillance area for our general area. Okay

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"wyan dot" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

09:59 min | 1 year ago

"wyan dot" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"And some water. The water was on fire. Yeah and i was mesmerized by it. As a child i mean. I'm definitely the product of magazine ads of the early seventies selling liquor and cigarettes. I mean i can tell just by your outfit in your and your grooming. You're a product of those. That's right you're going to roll up your sweater sleeves and go toseh- frisbee and smoke newport. It was all. I knew in fact about the wider world. I remember in a in alaska in the seventies pouring through magazines at these very sophisticated. People you know they're the camel ads. Where the guy with the land rover was was crossing the darien gap. Smoking camels the whole way. He seemed cool. He always had a blond mustache and then There were the cowboys. I think it was always people on boats but there were very sophisticated people to tuxedos who were drinking and smoking and laughing. They were having such a good time. And i wanted to have a good time. That was from the age of successful. People are wearing tuxedos. Yes all the time. What am i a farmer. There was exactly. There was like a jeopardy ad from the early nineties. I think were alex. Trebek's dressed in a tuxedo would go around and do heroic things like he he. He would save a woman from a tied to a railroad track. Really and he'd be wearing a tuxedo. And this is obviously a post. James bond kind of view of the world. Yeah but just the idea that people doing. Glamorous will always have tuxedos on is very funny to me because really i what are you gonna do like return. The rental wants the lady is off the railroad tracks. It's it's no you own the tuxedo. You own the tuxedo. You're not gonna put it onto to have a adventure on a train track. The first time. I ever saw tortoiseshell glasses you know in the seventies everybody was wearing weird square metal frame glasses and there was one of these cigarette ads of a bunch of very cool looking preppy people in tuxedos laughing and one of the guys had round tortoiseshell glass. Now this was before the eighties. Where were they became ubiquitous fashion statements. This was when they were still like weird yet to be mcgeorge bundy to be wearing these. Cool tortoiseshell glasses and. I saw them in a magazine ad and i said i don't know who that is. I don't know what that is. But that's me that's me and i got some. And then when when they started to become popular in the early eighties. I was like who are you interlopers. You were there early. Yeah you faker my sexual preferences mcgeorge bundy right. If you if you didn't aspire to be the secretary of state in the johnson administration then you don't have any right to wear these glasses the koya hoga river fire. You know by the way that you can pretty much any vowel for the first syllable of yoga webster's recommends cuyahoga i followed by cuyahoga schwa- call yoga and koyo hoga koi kara. Hi ho see your options. Are i And oh it's confusing because the origin of the word cuyahoga caught collier. Hogan is Is in considerable dispute. So i can see where the i mean on one hand you can see where the pronunciation problem comes. Because most of the time it's a case of of somebody mispronouncing native name or you know or italian name in this case Depending on what you think is of the origin of of the name. Why native american. It's now it's white people just arguing about which mistranslation of a native american word. It is one of the one of the potential sources of the name is. There's a mohawk word that sounds not that similar to co but that means crooked river and the cojocaru river is a crooked river in in that it started. The headwaters of the river are not very far from from its ultimate terminus. Oh it just zigzags lombard street in in the outskirts of cleveland or something. Kind of hooks like Like a raccoon penis bone. What's the mohawk word for raccoon peanuts. The historical record is silent on what the put the mohawk word is. But when when so it starts it starts up kind of allegheny forest and then around erie and then it swings down around and then comes back out in the lake. The the problem with having a mohawk origin is the mohawk never lived anywhere around there. Would they ever. Maybe one of them took a trip. Who was just impressed by the crookedness of the river so he has to go home and be like. Hey you know the thing about cleveland is. They've got this crooked river grind and all the all the people that lived around there were like a great word yoga and their cake. You're steve was talking about like we've just got straight rivers straight hoeger right but this one is a hook. Oh god the The seneca lived More closely more proximate and they have a word sort of vaguely similar sounding not really at all that effectively means jawbone or a raccoon jawbone non raccoon jawbone but just you know it means hook john that would match the shape of the sort of looks like the jawbone own of not of a human but of a job a panther but without the teeth but all that seems somewhat. These things go through french and spanish and then yup did. I ever do my favorite one of these on the show. Which is the theory that wisconsin and oregon may come from the same word really like. There's some map that says the word is like raccoon sant or something and that became wisconsin. But then somebody will wrote reckon sant on a map. They put a hyphen because like it. They ran out of room after the end and somebody's didn't see the sant and just thought it was reagan and they were like okay. Al west is oregon. Got it so. It's possible that wisconsin an organizer deep down the same. They're just the same the same state they got the tillamook cheese versus Teach kurds she's heads And other than that. It's just exactly him. Knowing both states. A little oregon. Better than wisconsin but knowing wisconsin a little. I don't see any resemblance between oregon wisconsin dairyland. Yeah but oregon's not really. I mean they make tillamook cheese and ice cream. They make it from sea lion milk milk. The sea land that that factory is like four hundred yards from the beach. Like i don't know there's not and the mountains right about it. I don't know how you get a bunch of cows in there. You don't go to wisconsin for the beach though the wisconsin. I definitely go to when i think of the beach. I think of lake michigan but lake erie is another great beach. There is a village of oregon and wisconsin. So you can go to oregon wisconsin however there is no place called. Wisconsin in oregon. I'm sorry to say although oregon is maybe just another way of spelling wisconsin and know classic. Rose bowl matchup. I guess where her well. But there's another tribe that actually. I interrupted you before the third and possibly the best theory this. I always put the likely online. This isn't even the third are at. This isn't even the last. It is the third of but the wyan dot indian tribe actually lived there. Okay this one i like. And they were the only the only made of population that actually lived in the region and they have a word that sounds not really like koga that means small land and it is a river the absence of land but i mean the river hooks around sort of like encompasses a sort of little small land. The way that you're always know if it's right is if the words just means place in the late. The local tribe called it river river place and then the final suggestion because because on like a lot of this it sort of feels like oh these are all later some Some farmers adopted it because somebody know slurred at one time but the iroquois that live sort of in the region are actually called the yoga tribe. Oh i've heard that and you actually is extremely close. Seems like the closest one of all the noise. I won't want my car horns to the guy but the word koya hoga in its in its present. Form appears on french maps of the region. Like all the way back before the colonies even got there okay. It's centuries old. Whatever whatever the game of telephone was it ended in a year. That may have started with sixteen. Yeah it was a year a long time before there were any mennonites in the region In fact the cojocaru river very briefly in in seventeen maybe five was the western boundary of the united states. And then we see wisconsin oregon. Yeah it was the pacific ocean of its day to hogan they were like no further and then the next person got there and crossed the river and on they went i would have been more like the first guy i think when you think about yourself because of course you're you're Four forebears kept going and continued to keep going on..

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"wyan dot" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"wyan dot" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"Today's dirty. Check out the dirty page on mojo in the waiting to happen. It shouldn't dirty on the thirty spike. Scans next down the morning mojo in the morning. We do a phone scam a classic phone scam on friday every single week in spike. What do you have planned for a phone scam today. Well i wanted to find one of the many foam scams we have done. Embarrassed you on your birthday mojo. Remember where we're going to las vegas. We've found out that the fancy vegas doors will close so big. Celebrities can do some personal private shopping. So i mean obviously it depends on how they go- celebrity. You are so. I decided i was gonna call to see if the close to do personal shopping screens for mojo from detroit so his millions of fans swarmed him and the joke was obviously to see how they'll handle the fact that none of them had ever heard of. This is great it's mojo in the morning ed will. We will scam you sorry. It's a catchy song. This your home phones scam mojo in the morning tracy krige's league having to help him the personal system for oh just wondering if i can get a personal shopper. Day arranged for him to come in without being bothered he went. I mean even come in and shop. I ever you want where ruffin well you understand. He's a very big celebrity in a lotta people obviously would hinder him from being able to get his shopping done. So we're just wondering we can do one of those after hours things where they close the store. And it's for mojo in the morning mojo one of midwest biggest media personalities now. I'm sorry i'm not on like footer. Or anything like that. You don't want to repeat his name because people there would here and no he's coming. Is that what you're doing now. I'm sorry i don't know. I honestly have no idea to the right. Have you ever heard of mojo in the morning. Oh no idea who you are not a fan. I guess you didn't continue this off. Tiffany's shopping how can i help you. Hello i'm con Are you familiar at the and say oh. Excellent i'm condu- get a personal shopping moment for my client mojo and when celebrities come in sometimes or shopping and they really get hassled and bothered by customer so i was wondering if that's so. Were you close the floor for him or no. I know her. But i've never heard of him. You know he's one of the midwest biggest media personalities by the way you tried to sneak that one. I'm like let me throw in the name of a bigger beyond that there'd be a strategy. I how can i help you. Hi carla this. Fill up. And i'm a personal system for mojo just calling to see. We could set up a private shopping experience for mojo in town this weekend. Yeah wouldn't work for you guys He was going to come in tomorrow. And it just depends on what you're able to accommodate as far as you know closing the store down so he's not mobbed by fans or anything. I have no idea who he is. But i'll look it up. Oh okay what's his name. Demo mojo is number one in wyan dot. He's the war of the roses. He knows ryan seacrest. He's a big radio show. Yeah yeah. I'm open from twelve to eight tomorrow right What's your name. My name is philip. We get a lot of celebrities. Who shop here philip. I mean like we have everybody from. I can't even say we have the biggest names in music. The were never like mob here. But you've never had joe. That's the thing right. I don't even know who he has to be honest with you google. Oh please them. Yeah okay cool. Do you know what celebrities will be in tomorrow. Just in case he is like a beef with one of them like he got hung up on my list. I with carla. Let me know like whatever time work. Thank you so much. I appreciate. It fell up. We'll talk to you soon. Okay see you then. I have an idea. Because i'm just not calling the right store for you because that halfway decent john john vado berg also still wasn't giving you a private shopping. Now that just come in and shop. I'm going to call a store that can handle a celebrity of your stature. i'm gonna call them old navy. Private shopping may help you I'm going to set up a private shopping. Sprees for mojo. I'm sorry cousin mojo mojo in the morning. I'm sure you've heard of them mojo in the morning. No that's okay not. Everybody has a chance to keep up on pop culture. I'm just looking for a private shopping screens. Because obviously wherever he goes there he's always mobbed with fans Private shopping experience. I'd be tomorrow afternoon early afternoon. I want to give the exact time because sometimes these things leak and there's a lot of paparazzi out front. Okay yes oh come in. You can come in any climate. This is old navy we Accommodate anyone no when we go to like chanel vado or something down the street. They'll always you know they'll put out some snacks like strawberries and start for his entourage. Do you do anything of sorts. O- neck for the cry for mojo morning. Sometimes he brings his in terms and stuff. Can't say that. I do but we do feel eminem at the cash. Wrap services from the private airfield at the airport. No oh okay oh boy. I heard lionel. Richie was in their last week. What did you guys do for him. We didn't have lionel. Richie maybe i misunderstood. Maybe they were listening align over in the store. And i know it's a big store. Will you close the store for an hour. Just so he won't be bothered quote store. Do low joe plan on buying out the store. It's just you know. He doesn't like everyone looking at him. You know if.

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"wyan dot" Discussed on Swarfcast

Swarfcast

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"wyan dot" Discussed on Swarfcast

"Ski of wyan dot industries In michigan just south of detroit came to our shop to take a look at buying an eight spindle acme an rv eight and actually was on the show before talking screw machines and i figured he was perfect to discuss our new season of finding new work..

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"wyan dot" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

12:55 min | 2 years ago

"wyan dot" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"Lou Thank you for joining the Revolution Today. Episode One forty eight. The murder of Jane mccrea over the last few episodes we went through how Burgoyne army came down from Canada and took Fort Ticonderoga without even a fight. Many had called the before the Gibraltar of North America because they considered it invincible British and German forces than chase. The Americans out afford and Hubbard Tin where clashes once again left the British victorious and the Americans running for their lives for the British. Their plan seemed to be going amazingly well. So far when King George received word that Ticonderoga had fallen. You rushed to tell his wife I have beat them. Beat all the Americans. General Burgoyne became the toast of London. Promoted to Lieutenant General and offered the order of the bath for many officials and others in London the fall of Fort Ticonderoga was supposed to be the hardest part of the campaign. All that was left was the victory march to Albany. And then linking up with New York City for Burgoyne and his army in the field though there was still a long way to go through rough wilderness and with many unknowns about how the enemy would respond for going began to realize just how much he was on his own. It left about ten percent of his force to occupy Fort Ticonderoga. He sent word to General Carlton in Canada to request an occupation force from Carlton's forces so that per coins Ticonderoga Garrison could rejoin the main column in its marched. South General Carleton however refused. He said he was under strict. Orders from Lord Germain to keep his Canadian force in Canada for the defense of Canada. Ticonderoga was in New York and would have to be defended by per goings forces as Burgoyne move south. He had dispatch more of his soldiers to garrison places like schemes borough for and for George and other key locations between his army and Canada. The further. His army marched south. The more of US soldiers had to be deployed and the longer the lines stretched. Even so Burgoyne was optimistic. The capture of Ticonderoga would certainly be a blow to American morale. The Americans seemed to be scattering and deserting hopefully loyalist. Volunteers would turn out in greater numbers as they had. When CORNWALLIS TOOK NEW JERSEY? A year earlier for going's local Tory advisor Phillips Skien who happily recovered his home at schemes borough assured Burgoyne that the population of upstate. New York supported the king by about five to one the following the battle of Herbertson General Burgoyne halted the British advance as he regrouped his forces at schemes borough. This was the bottom point where his larger ships would have to stop. Only smaller. Bateaux could navigate the creeks that flowed further south much of his army supplies including most of the field artillery. We're still at Fort Ticonderoga and needed to be brought down to the army before they could continue years later for coin would lament that he was under strict orders to travel down the Hudson Valley to Albany and then to New York City is said that he would have much preferred to march into New England and link up with the British forces in Providence Rhode Island. It could be though that this option seemed better in hindsight after what happened to the campaign for going also considered the option of moving his army. Backup to Ticonderoga so that they could move down Lake George to Fort George. This would have allowed the army to have a shorter overland march to Fort Edward on the Hudson River where the Americans were by this time. Congregating and organizing their resistance. There was also a road between Fort George and Fort Edward Unlike the miles of wilderness between schemes borough and Fort Edward but Burgoyne believe that moving his entire force back North Ticonderoga to then moved down. Lake George would've meant too much backtracking instead. He prepared his army for the overland March from schemes. Borough to Fort Edward. It would take him more than two weeks to reorganize his army and collect the necessary supplies before he left Skibo. Once the British began moving. The column would move sometimes only a mile each day as the soldiers had to cut a trail through the forest and drag cannons over mountains and across streams and swamps. During that same time the American forces had scattered General Philip Schuyler who still had overall command of the theater for the continentals had already left already near the beginning of July to assume command at Fort Ticonderoga when he received word that the Ford had fallen. He directed the Americans to meet at Fort Edward a small fort about fifty miles south of Fort Ticonderoga at about twenty three miles south of the British forces at Kingsborough. It took general sinclair nearly a week to get to. Fort Edward With the fifteen hundred men who escaped Fort Ticonderoga and stayed with the army during the March this when combined with Schuyler Army of nearly twenty five hundred created an army of almost four thousand even so that was not nearly enough to challenge for going to army estimated to be twice that size Schuyler cold on general Washington to send reinforcements Washington however was still preparing to defend against whatever general. How was to do once? He left New York City. He did not want to spare anyone he only sent General Nixon from peekskill with another six hundred continentals. Washington also sent Generals Benedict Arnold and Benjamin Lincoln in hopes that the popular England officers would encourage militia volunteers to turn out the loss of Ticonderoga however was a real blow to American morale. Desertion now became a major problem. More soldiers were leaving than were arriving. There was nowhere around Fort Edward. How's all of the soldiers and Schuyler had to deploy units for miles around in the sparsely populated area? Making it even more difficult to keep control of the men. On July twenty seventh General Schuyler wrote to Connecticut Governor Jonathan Trumbull pleading for more troops Schuyler noted that he had only about twenty seven hundred continental soldiers who were quote indifferently armed ragged and without blankets. One third of them he wanted were quote aged men boys or Negroes. The militia forces were fading even faster thousands of militia had answered the call but by the time of sky was July. Twenty seven th letter. The general noted that of the Connecticut militia all but seven officers and eleven men had deserted only two hundred twelve hundred from Berkshire County Massachusetts remained half of the twenty one hundred Albany militia who had accompanied Schuyler less than a month earlier had already abandoned the army a mere ten or twelve New Hampshire militiamen remained with the army around for Edward. When the newly promoted General John Clever in early August with a small brigade of continental's he described the army as weak and shattered with less than three thousand men powerless to make a stand against an enemy advance. Probably the greatest source of concern for many locals was not the British or even Germans those they feared most where the Indian allies for several weeks. Warriors had been all through the forest attacking remote homes and villages killing and scalping anyone. They found many American soldiers wanted to be home to protect their families. From such attacks for the British these Indian allies assured them that no Americans would be able to sneak up on them through the woods and set up an ambush. It allowed the regulars to cut a path through the wilderness without fear of attack by July Twenty Sixth General Burgoyne had reached Ford an about twelve miles from the Americans at Ford Edward That evening. An Indian scouting party returned to the floor with several scalps. One of them. Was the long hair of a woman. Loyalists immediately recognized the scout of Jane. Mccrea a young woman in her early twenties who was the fiance of tenant. David Jones an officer in the loyalist militia. Mcrae had been born in New Jersey but had been living with her brother on a farm near Saratoga for some time. Her brothers were in the Patriot militia. But as with divisions in many families Jane was engaged to a Tory after the Joneses and McRae's had been neighbors in New Jersey the Jones family remained loyalist while the McRae's generally supported the Patriots. Jane however still wanted the man. She had known all her life and was not going to be dissuaded by the ideological differences between their families. David Jones had fled to Quebec after being threatened for his Tory leanings. He had taken a commission in a loyalist regiment and was now returning with her going army to retake his home for King and country. Jane had travelled north to meet up with for coins army and reconnect with her fiance. She had been staying at a cabin with an older woman named Sarah macneil who was a cousin of British General Simon Frazier. The apparent idea. Was that from there. She would be able to get to the British army and reconnect with the love of her life that was her apparent reason for remaining in this dangerous territory and away from her patriot. Family the actual events leading to her death are a matter of dispute. The generally accepted story is that earlier in the day to Indians had raided a nearby cabin with the two women mccray and McNeil in other versions mccray McNeil were already on the road when the Indians captured them. The captors were Wyandotte from Canada who join with Burgoyne invasion and were among the hundreds of Indians wreaking havoc all over the region by other accounts. These were two Indian scouts that had been hired by Lieutenant Jones to retrieve his fiancee and bring her to camp for her own safety. The Indians who did not speak English captured both women and were in the process of bringing back to the British camp. They got into some sort of argument. The details of the are in question by some accounts. It was over which of them would get to keep McRae for themselves. In other accounts it was over which of them would collect a reward for taking her to the British camp as the dispute got heated. One of the warriors shot and killed mccray even scalped. Her stripped her and by some accounts mutilated her body. The Indian accused of this act reported that she had been shot by Americans and that he simply took the scalp from her dead body. But it doesn't appear that anyone believed his story. Jane and Sarah had been separated at the time of Jane Steph. One warrior-head carried Jane Away on his horse. While Sarah had been forced to walk this was not the first Indian massacre of innocence since the campaign had begun weeks earlier reports from all over as far north as the Canadian border down to Albany and even into western Massachusetts Indian raids at struck killing men women and children while also burning and looting property there were also stories of rape and torture as bad as things got. They could have been worse. Most of the Indian raiders were a few hundred men from Canada mostly members of the Ottawa. Wyan DOT and other Algonquin tribes thousands of IROQUOIS LIVING IN UPSTATE. New York Remi neutral. Mostly thanks to the efforts of Indian agents sent by the Continental Congress and through negotiations with General Philip Schuyler.

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WJR 760

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"wyan dot" Discussed on WJR 760

"Former Michigan State University, president wen assignment is back to court today in exam, which judge will decide whether Simon will face trial, accused of lying to police in the Larry Nassar investigation. Simon is charged with knowing about what Nasser was doing in a complaint that reached her desk, two years before allegations were made that Nasser was molesting women athletes, the judge in the case. Julie Ranki said from the bench this morning that she has reviewed documents that show probable cause that Simon knew what was going on more. Witnesses are yet to be called in the case against Luana K Simon closing arguments, and then the case against him Strampe will go to jury Lansing Strampe is the former dean of the Michigan state school of osteopathic medicine who is on trial for second degree criminal sexual conduct, and the collective duty. Strampe is charged with sexually harassing female students and failing to ensure that Larry Nassar was following proper procedures Nassar. The issues sports doctor convicted of molesting numerous female athletes who came to Nassar for help strangle was the official overseer the supervisor of Larry Nassar, President Trump and Joe Biden will overlap today in appearances in Iowa. Both have events scheduled as the presidential attention goes toward those battleground states. The House Judiciary committee has received the first files of underlying evidence from the Robert Muller report after a change by the Justice department on that issue. Here's correspondent, Lauren FOX. Already begun reviewing new documents related to the molar reports. Obstruction of Justice probe. Sources saying the access to the documents was brokered between the House Judiciary committee AM the Justice department Monday. Here's the latest from Nancy Pelosi on impeachment. Just moments ago information by having inquiry than if you just have investigations. Well, I don't have a straight answer on that. But even if you could you can't do it without going into the courts and not lie. Maintained to go to the course we have to have the strongest possible case David Ortiz in Boston at a hospital after being shot at a nightclub in the Dominican Republic last Sunday. Reporter Patrick Ofman says the ongoing investigation in Santo Domingo, and the man currently in custody is what is getting all the attention now in the Dominican Republic interrogating him now and all they will say all representatives of David Ortiz. We'll tell us. Is this does not appear to be a robbery? There was never attempt to get any money from David Ortiz, or anybody else, and the individual who approaches him in that video shoots him in the back and then attempts to flee Detroit public school teachers are getting a pay raise the Detroit federation of teachers and the school district have agreed to a wage reopener in their contract. Teachers at the top of the pay scale we got four four point three percent pay raise early next year. Others will get a three percent raise all members of the union. We'll get a fifteen hundred dollar bonus a man with a gun hold up in Taylor came out after his home caught fire. Police wanted the man for murder in Detroit. A woman with a gun gave up after she was holed up in a house in Wyan dot. The district court exam is scheduled for today for the Detroit man accused of getting into shootout with three Detroit police officers last month was the statue of king Tut stolen..

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WTVN

06:52 min | 3 years ago

"wyan dot" Discussed on WTVN

"T west. We'll learn about all the application of makeup, and creating characters as was a history of drag all genders, welcome. Teens only, please this event for teens at a public library. Join me talk about Melissa Akerson Melissa Rian for get night, States Senate last year and is running for the state Senate this next year. Melissa had shared with me that she's had death threats over her posts, and trying to oppose this and stop this from happening. Most of the lemme ask is there any stopping this, and then I wanna ask you next little bit about the funding for the library. Is there any stopping this? I believe that we can it's going to take a lot of brave people at can't just be a woman who stands five foot, two going on the radio and television, you know, taking the death threats and all the hits. I need some good strong men behind me to help out with this. We need to be contacting the Delaware library, George Needham, is the program director. He's Doug as little heels in over this and he wants to keep going. He's not listening to reason, and the problem is going to be this is state funding. So once this happened in one of our libraries, it's going to be across the state, and then where do we draw the line because at this point it's subjective? George Needham of what he thinks is appropriate or not now, I have been in communication, with Senator Andrew Brenner in Delaware. He's in about the same boat that I am in terms of the threats in the ridiculousness by a bunch of cowards behind a keyboard, and their parents basement likely sitting in their underwear trying to stop the funding here because this is state funding that's going into our public, libraries, these are hired folks who are coming in. So you're talking about. You know, the these are performers who are coming in using taxpayer funds and taxpayer resources. So where do we draw the line is it going to be cool? And Nambla wants Bamble wants to come in to man boy love association who wants pedophilia with minors. We're gonna let them come in. I asked George Needham about having a post abortive session where we can show pictures of aborted fetuses, and what really abortion is all about somehow. He's not real cool with that. So who you know, these are subjective things that he makes the decision gatekeeper of what's going to come in to the community or not. This is insane. Choson. You're telling me, George Needham. He's the library, director in Delaware County up there, you, you're telling me that he said yesterday, drag queens, the show innocence, but no to a seminar on abortion. And fact I took it a step further. I said, I tell you what, since you're bringing in adult performers, and I saw pictures sent to me of the gentlemen, who are the drag Queen, who's coming into teach this class pictures of his pants pulled down pictures of s me and bad words that were written is this is who's coming into teach the class, you've not done any background checks. What I'd like to do is get some folks who are exotic dancers, now we're not going to have the exotic dancers wearing their outfits that they use when they're teaching pole dancing, but I'd like them to come in and work with teens who, who have curiosity about the exotic dance industry. And he said, absolutely not. I will not work with you. I will not help you schedule that I said, no wait a minute, buddy. You've got these people coming in you, who you believe it's okay to have interaction with children. What's the difference? These are men dressing as women who perform an adult industry. Why not actually dancers who are women to come in and talk and suddenly, that's a different thing, Georgia, Georgia, Nita, would who's his boss Melissa, Melissa. Right now. George Needham is the program director for the library, you can reach him through Email. Somebody told me that they have stopped taking calls about this issue. He's only putting out statements and his statement is this isn't about sex, yet, I had him on a recorded line saying, this is about children being able to explore their sexual curiosity. I said, what's going on with you that you want kids coming into the library to exports sexual curiosity for teens only program? What what's going on here? That's amazing. Melissa carson. Joining me we're talking about the drag one one that's riling folks up in Delaware County in the library, stands firm owners who says boss Melissa, because he right? Who's your report to frankly, I don't know Senator Brenner would probably have a better handle on that is he's going to be working on discussions related the yanking funding because there are several other folks, who work in libraries, across the state, who I've said, we don't support this. We don't want this in our libraries, are communities don't want this. We don't want to create a precedent to where this is going to be okay. Now, if you wanna take it a step further. I found out that the same drag Queen has been in the Delaware school systems as well. Celebrating Pride Day in the school systems, and I'm like what's happening here. That's amazing melas. Joining me Melissa's running for the state Senate next year next year, right, twenty six and that's Union County that butts up Delaware County. You've you've spent a lot of time in Delaware County, your small business owner. A yourself, right? Small business owner mama four, I was at the national level working on ObamaCare with President Trump and the vice president a couple of years back. I'm a conservative commentator work with Ohio value voters as well as the protect Ohio children's coalition. And I'm running for district twenty six which is more county Marion county, Wyan dot Sandusky union Crawford and Seneca county Melissa is with me Melissa. If somebody wants to reach out to you and support your, your help with this, and trying to make this not happen. How do they get older? Well, the best way to get a hold of me has been through Facebook. You can reach me at Melissa Akerson for Senate. There's a message box. It's as C. K. I. S. O N, Melissa with two S's Melissa axion for Senate, and we'll keep you updated. Lord knows we've got enough going on, and we need some more hands. And again, some good strong capable men and women to, to get out there and to help join the cause Melissa. Thanks. Taking time on a Sunday afternoon to join me and talk about this. I appreciate very much, and good luck. I'm sorry, that you've had death threats over this trust. Go Melissa Choson. Thank you for taking the time to join me. I appreciate that very much. What's I Jeff is my name, and I just give you commonsense opinion. And I just UN's me that the woman has had death threats over opposing a drag Queen seminar going on, and he public library. I just into her point. She's, she's gone on, and she's asked the director, okay. Let's have PO dancing seminars. And let's bring in podium, let's bring in exotic dancers and do the same thing for teens. And he said, no. Then that just it just common sense. It just stupid. And I can't believe it's going on. I just can't it just surprises me. How do you feel about that? I wanna know from you, what do you think? Delaware county..

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WDTK The Patriot

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"wyan dot" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Well, we found out that today for one day, only we have the ability to increase your gift by ten fold whatever you do is multiplied times ten. So if you were to give a hundred eighty dollars, it becomes eighteen hundred dollars two hundred dollars becomes two thousand dollars seventy five dollars seven hundred fifty dollars. So if you wanted to save the lives provide enough to save the lives of five kids at three hundred dollars that would end up saving providing enough to save the lives of was it five fifty kids for that. Your, your, your gift of three hundred we'll become effectively three thousand dollars. And so last hour, just get in the car last hour. We had a gold save the lives of fifty kids. We also a goal this hour to save the lives of fifty kids. Now, I want to tell you, this is my last fifty four minutes with you on the McCullough show. This is it and this one day, only opportunity to increase, what you do by tenfold. Is going to be gone at the end of the day. So don't put it off. Thank Scott in Farmington hills, twenty five dollars one time becomes two hundred fifty dollars. Jill in Dearborn, the sixty dollar. One time get becomes we six hundred dollars. Sandra is at Wyan dot in dot one hundred dollars becomes a thousand dollars. So it's like a buy one get one, but it's lives, it's not ties or shoes or socks. It's a buy one get one or maybe you'd say so like ninety percent off the saving of life. If you've ever felt like you couldn't do anything. This is your hour today. So let's do let's say the lives of fifty babies this hour that would put us at one hundred babies saved in these two hours, which, by the way, with the tenfold increase is a thousand babies lives saved just in these two hours..

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KHVH 830AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"wyan dot" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Is center, where life is never looked better this their offices in YO or why pothole convenient to the north shore central Oahu and leeward Ola who communities to make an appointment call. See twenty twenty that's seven three three two zero two zero call today. I'm Steven the Hawaiian eye center. My colleagues, Dr Torah Dr pits, and I enjoy helping people see better. I'm Dr Christopher Tortora Hawaiian centers about making a difference in people's lives. We can help with cataracts, glaucoma diabetes and more glasses or surgery. It's about I care. Call us today, seven three twenty twenty that's fells. See twenty twenty or find us online at Hawaiian I dot com and missed a Hawaiian Eye Radio show Saturdays at eight AM on NewsRadio eight thirty. With the latest technology. Cataracts care is often the fast painless procedure with a rapid return to normal visions and normal activities. It doesn't hurt it just takes what fifteen twenty minutes the most out, that's it. We strive to make your procedures safe and painless. Visit our website and learn what's involved in a cataract procedure. You'll be surprised how easy it can take a virtual tour of a cataract procedure at their website. A Wyan dot com to make an appointment. Call Hawaiian eye center at C twenty twenty that seven three two zero two zero or from the neighbor islands. Call triple eight six to one twenty twenty. The Hawaiian show phone lines are now open give us a call at five to one eighty three eighty three with your questions for the doctor. If you're calling from the neighbor islands toll free at eight eight five six five eighty three eighty three now back to your host Dr Steven rea..

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WHAS 840 AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"wyan dot" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Twenty second street and erect with injuries on Hurstbourne Parkway at six mile lane. Our next report is in fifteen minutes. I Jason NewsRadio eight forty w h s. I'm wwl Kyi meteorologist, Mamello with your Friday forecast. It's going to be partly cloudy, breezy, dry and very warm highs at a summer like eighty eight degrees. Fair skies tonight. Lows only dip to sixty nine is hit eighty nine tomorrow with a slight chance of a pop up shower in the afternoon. Better chances, scattered showers and storms. Come on Sunday with temperatures down just a bit at eighty four. That's your latest. Wwl kY forecast. I'm meteorologist Mamello Cevik. It is sunny and seventy five top story, a teacher at a local private school has been arrested on child sexual exploitation charge state. Police arrested twenty eight year old Richard Wilkerson after discovering he was communicating with a juvenile online. Wilkerson was a teacher at Christian academy of Louisville. Yes, since resigned Wilkerson was being held in the bullet county detention center to people were rescued from a burning home in the Wyan dot neighborhood. The fire broke out around eight thirty this morning on Beecher street. The two people were taken to university hospital legal challenges to President Trump's border wall will be heard today in federal court. More from correspondent Bill Rakoff a judge in Oakland, California will consider arguments in two cases, that seek to block the White House from spending defense and treasury department money for wall construction, California, and nineteen other states brought in one of the suits, the Sierra Club in southern border communities coalition brought the other those aren't the only challenges next week a federal judge in the nation's capital will consider a bid by the house of representatives to prevent the president from spending. Any defense department money for the border wall officials in at least two states are calling for boycotts over Alabama's new abortion law. The law signed this week bans almost all abortions bear, comptroller, says hill, advise the state's fifty two billion dollar pension fund to pull any money. It has invested in Alabama companies. And Colorado's secretary of state is calling for a boycott and urged an organization that trains elected officials.

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"wyan dot" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

08:14 min | 3 years ago

"wyan dot" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Hundred the patriot. Let's start things off with Steve in Rochester here on the patriot. Hi, steve. Go ahead. Hi, how are you? Hello. Yes. Go ahead. Yeah. I just got to be honest with you when when they play Rashid it to leave. I just turned her off because she's already made it she's not her and the other lady for Minnesota, especially after guys fought for her to be in this country. You know, they're not any more American than I am with the Taliban. And it's it's really wearying what the media's done they buy into this left wing stuff anti-semitism, and she's really not standing up for the people of America. She's she's got her allegiance to Allah. She's already said it which conflicts with our declaration of independence, and it it was formed. It was written by. Founders. And at the time the nation was Christian. I wouldn't say that today, but she is just a hateful person. And it's going to get worse. John, you know, those of us that are Christians and go to church, we've been warned all our life that the anti-semitism is going to progress, but it's sad. And I'm glad we have a man in the White House. That recognizes Jerusalem has the right to exist. Put the capital in Jerusalem. And is is you know is sticking up for him. So I just she just who she is. And I just turned her off. I'd rather listen to your commentary than her. And in fact, they give these these people too much of airtime. So let me ask a question. Just let me. In. In our country. It used to be not acceptable to speak about this whole situation. The way she speaks about it. And all of a sudden, it's becoming more and more. Acceptable more and more out in the open that people talk about this kind of thing when did that start? And why isn't anybody else saying anything about it? Do you know? I think people are you are a number of other people are I don't know if they're getting the the coverage based on where they're at that. Maybe other voices are getting but ever since I've been a kid it's been there. Of course, you know. I gotta go from a Christian standpoint real quick because I don't want to take your call is up all the way through scripture. There's anti-semitism and even if as many of your followers in the audience believe they're Christian, even Christ himself said criers return, the animosity, the worldwide hatred towards us is going to grow. And maybe we're starting to see that. But I know there's voices like you. There's people like me and other president who I admire for eight years before Trump to Trump took office, President Trump, let me say that BB Netanyahu, the only guy fighting the real bad guys in the world because Obama didn't do anything. So there's a bunch of out here. And I still think we should make our voices heard. But. With this left wing media. We got both locally and nationally. They're not gonna give us coverage. So we have to into guys like you to get the real news. So I appreciate that. Thank you. Thank you for your call. I do appreciate it. Eight hundred nine to three ninety three eighty five. Here's Dan in Wyan dot on the patriot. Hi, dan. Go ahead. John. How are you? I'm welfare. You asked us we could pick out what part of I think it was Rasheeda. Streets that was antisemitic pretty much every word out of her mouth from the start was and it's just her perpetuating more lives about Israel. So one of the very first things she started saying was that when the Jews were relocated and Israel was made a state that somehow. The Palestinians were giving up their land for the Jewish state. That is absolutely false. Nothing could be further from the truth. As a matter of fact. The the Jews were the ones that were being attacked by all of the all the Arab countries in the area known as the seven day war. And so Israel took a lot of land, which they later returned some of it to Egypt for a peace agreement. They have offered multiple times for as a matter of fact to give the Palestinians Stirland fach. The only reason that those deals go through is because the Palestinians refuse to acknowledge Israel as a state so every single word out of her mouth was a lie and trying to perpetuate the idea that somehow the Palestinians aren't default for this entire issue? So that's my two cents. Appreciate your call. Dan, dan. I have a question. Are you still there? When was the last time? You saw in our modern history. And I don't know. I'm just going to stop there because I don't want to go too much further back last time in our modern history where country attacked another country and got their butt kicked. Got lost that war where they attacked, and then have the data to go into court and demand a settlement giving them back their land that they just tried to take by force. I don't get your there is there is no modern state and under the rules of law when somebody attacks you, and you see their land that is that is doesn't establish law. That's by the rules of the war that basically claimed property that's why it's not illegal for the for the Israelis to settle on. And. That that land to Palestinians are claiming his heirs. And if you want to rewind it even further, I mean, the Jews have a have a. Historical win claim that goes all the way back to the bible. So just the idea that the Palestinians had that land for certain very finite amount of time, and then gives them land rights for the rest of of 0 as a ridiculous idea. Thank you for your call. I appreciate it very much and have yourself a nice night eight hundred nine to three ninety three eighty five. Here's Zoll on -tario on the patriot. Hi zoll. Hi. How are you? I'm well. Thanks. I'm gonna talk to him. We manage a Stargate. I've been reading the word out for nineteen seventy five I seen in the bible about Palestine having that land because I know from deals this amend, God gave delay to Abraham. And Moses that's the promised land for Israelite not panacea because nothing mentioned in the word of the Lord about Palestine. So I don't know why these people don't go in there. No that keep arguing about this. You know, it's wrong. That's all I wanted to tell you take you. Thank you for joining us tonight here on the patriot eight hundred nine to three ninety three eighty five that's eight hundred nine to three w K. We're going to be gin our conversation with the excuse me. Skews me again. I'm losing my voice here. I don't like doing that. With Mr. vans. Boskovski Spock hausky. Did I say that right? Baen books skate. There we go here on the patriot movie doing that. And we hope that you'll stay glued new your radios for this. Because it's a very very interesting perspective on what is happening today.

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"wyan dot" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:59 min | 3 years ago

"wyan dot" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Gross. We're going to talk about an earlier part of immigration history. When as my guest, Daniel, Okrand writes, a perverse form of science gave respectability to the drastic limits imposed on the number of Jews Italians Greeks poles and various other eastern and southern Europeans seeking to come to America. The quote science was eugenics which theorized that traits like intelligence and morality were inherited and therefore through selective reading you can improve the quality of the Uman race. Of course, the converse was also believed to be true certain individuals or groups of people would pollute the bloodline those undesirables where the people the restrictive immigration law of nineteen twenty four was designed to keep out. Oakland is the author of the new book, the guarded gate bigotry eugenics and the law that kept two generations of jus talionis and other European immigrants out of America. He here's the rhetoric of that era echoing today Daniel Okrand, welcome back to fresh air. I'm very happy to be here. Did you write about anti immigration movements of the past to put President Trump's hardline immigration policies into historical context? No. I can't say that. I did that just happened to be an unfortunate coincidence or maybe commercially a fortunate coincidence, I began to write this book because I stumbled across the store of eugenics in America in the early part of the twentieth century, and as I looked further into it. In addition to those things that many people have written about particularly planned breeding, sterilization, I stumbled across this immigration story where you gen-x was used as a primary weapon in the effort to keep southern and eastern Europeans out of the country, resulting a law passed in nineteen twenty four in place for forty one years that really gave the lie to the no. That we were in nation of immigrants. So your grandparents like, so many Americans grandparents or great grandparents came to the US in the early nineteen hundreds before the restrictive nineteen twenty four tell us a little bit what immigration from Europe or eastern Europe was like then what did it take to get entry into America? Of to get entry into America before the night. I twenty one act of you needed to get on about come across the ocean show up at Ellis Island and not have a contagious disease or any other very obvious disability or criminal record or be suspected of certain criminal activities, but beyond that the door was wide wide. Open to the huddled masses that Emma Lazarus wrote about and describe just a little bit. Ellis Island was like in the early nineteen hundreds Ellis Island opens in eighteen ninety two and within a few years. It becomes one of the busiest port spots anywhere in the US. There are hundreds of thousands of people in some millions of people coming through Ellis Island, a long snaking lines detention dormitories hospitalization areas. There was a very very busy place in a very alienating place for a lot of people because of the examination that people have to go through particularly for to berkey Las Tacoma and other other diseases, but once through the line and then onto the ferry boat that took people to Manhattan, it was really a wonderful place to have been is interesting you describe the detention dorms and Ellis Island is being really large rooms divided into cages. Put people into cages really to kind of as holding pens. Cages. Maybe a little bit too scary. A word they were they were. Why why are walls that kept people apart from other people, and it was segregation by sex segregation by people who might have diseases. It wasn't detention remotely like the detention that people coming across the southern border submitting to today, you sound a little bit about why there was such a large surge of immigrants in the late eighteen hundreds and early nineteen hundreds a couple of things that happen in the late nineteenth century that lead to the enormous immigration. That begins really around eighteen eighty and then goes into the retro rockets fire around eighteen ninety one was the ex the creation of a continent wide railroad network in Europe that enabled people from the interior parts of many nations to get to ports. There was also the promise of something better. And that is H family or family member would come to the US and right back to what to relatives at home. The streets may not be paved with gold, and they may be asking us to pay them. But there's real opportunity here. Desperate poverty, particularly in southern Italy. And other areas was a driving force for many, many people, and if he could scrape together the dollars that could get you to a port and onto a boat, you would want to come and, of course, for Jews or the progress that were Jews were living, basically in ghettos, and they were being attacked. So they had a good year to flight of the Jews of the Russian empire. Now. Poland Lithuania, Ukraine, various other modern nations where had beginning in eighteen eighty two. There was a severe restriction on their rights under under czar Alexander, not only were there crumbs, which people were subject to horrible physical crimes, but also limitation of where you could live. What occupation you could go into freedom of movement was radically Cretaceous critique and. The people had a very very strong reason to to get out. So during the spirit of the late eighteen hundreds and early nineteen hundreds before the restrictive immigration laws that laws that will be talking about monetarily the immigrants that were considered good immigrants and immigrants that were considered dirty filthy stupid immigrants. What was the dividing line? Well, it depends on who's doing the considering. But I think we're talking specifically about the Protestant. Elites of the northeast New York, Boston Philadelphia who have enormous political power at the time, and they saw immigrants coming from the countries that they had come from and people have similar ethnic background, which is to say the countries of north western Europe, the UK the Netherlands Scandinavia, Germany, all Protestant countries. They were okay. And those who are coming from the Catholic and Jewish countries were simply not, and there was almost universal except I suppose for France. But the eastern and southern Europeans were looked upon by some of these people as really less than human. And the sociologist Everett Ross who was later this national chairman of the American Civil Liberties union, he described this very liberal and progressive man, he described looking at the immigrants the eastern European emigrants in union square, New York and seeing what he described us here suit low lowbrow big faced persons of obviously low mentality acts like people who clearly belong in skins in waddled huts at the close of the ice age. It's a pretty terrifying image and characteristic of those who wish to close the door. So the first exclusionary immigration law passed in eighteen eighty two and that was the Chinese exclusion act to keep out both skilled and unskilled Chinese labourers, why were the Chinese people singled out by that law? I mean Chinese people built the the railroads that's why they were singled out one of the reasons because it was a labor issue that the the railroad magnate Jim hill, he said, why would I want to hire one American? To do this kind of work when when I can hire six Chinese for the same amount of money to do it. So the notion of the jobs that were disappearing to the Chinese. They created an enormous backlash in the nascent labor movement of late nineteenth century. And then of course, there was the racial issues. They were different they were different. And therefore by the code of the time and of too many errors they were lesser as well. So let's talk about the science of the junk science of of you. So what was the, you know, like pseudoscientific basis of this the origin of eugenics is in England. And in the latter half of the nineteenth century, it really comes out of Darwin away out of some very good science, Darwin upsets, the entire balance of of the scientific world with his discovery and propagation of the ideas of evolution. And then once you stab wished that we are not all derived from the same people from Adam and eve, which was the prevailing view of the time. Then we learned that we are not all the same. We are not all brothers. If you wish to take that particular position, and the the early Genesis believe that and thought that we could control the nature of the population of a nation. The UK at first or the US by selective breeding. Let's have only the good breed with the good unless not let the less than good breed Francis. Caulton who was actually a cousin of Darwin's who was the the man who named eugenics and was I most vocal advocate. He suggested early on that the UK find the five thousand best young men in the five thousand best young women and pair them off in arranged marriages, which would take place in one huge ceremony in Westminster Abbey presided over by Queen Victoria, and each of these families. These new couples would be given a yearly stipend so instead of working they could get down to the business of making better people better babies for the UK. Now, this was kind of a positive view in a way. But it implied the opposite that became popular in the US that we have to stop the reproduction of those who don't improve our our so called race who don't make the country a better place in this negative form of eugenics is the one that begins to bubble into popularity in the US around nineteen thousand nine hundred twelve so it wasn't just like intelligence that was considered to be an inherited trait. It was like morality. That's really stunning thing. You find some very well established scientists Fairfield Osborn the head of the American Museum of natural history for twenty five years he outright declared that it is not just intelligence. It is also morality that is inherited and criminality is inheritance really stunning to. Thank the people who are very very well credentialed. In the natural sciences. Could. I believe these things, but if you begin your belief by by thinking that certain people's are inferior to other people's it's very easy to adapt. Your science to suit your own prejudice. And the Genesis had ways of evaluating which ethnic groups were the smartest in which. We're the idiots. Let's talk a little bit about some of us tests. Go go. Go ahead. Well, there are any number of tests in various places almost all of them of equal on reliability determining whether to determine whether people were of sufficient intelligence, one of the most famous ones was the so-called alpha test that was given to nearly two million soldiers in World War One by Robert M yorkies who is now memorialized in the yorkies primate research center in Atlanta, federal facility, yorkies gave tests that included questions on that were sort of almost jeopardy questions on reverse in the question. Like is bud Fisher. A choose one outfielder cartoonist or novelist now if you've just been the country for five years, and you don't speak English terribly. Well, how are you possibly going to answer a question like that? But it was taken seriously as a measure of intelligence to such a degree that Carl Brigham who later became famous for inventing, the SAT Princeton psychologist, he said, well, these are the kind of questions if you know, the answers that shows that you've been in America, and you're an American, and that's what we're trying to establish. We're trying to find people who deserve to be in America. Mentioned a couple of other questions here because these are just. Great. Okay. The Wyan dot is a kind of horse foul cattle or granite. All right. I'm thinking really hard to be of sweater forming on my forehead, I'm going to go with cattle. You're wrong. I left it up. There's a Wyan that chicken so kick me out of the country. I don't standards do not. Okay. Let's take a short break here. And then we'll talk some more. If you're just joining us. My guest is Daniel okra, not is the author of the new book, the guarded gate bigotry eugenics and the law that kept two generations of Jews Italians and other European immigrants out of America will be right back. This is fresh air..

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"Air. I'm Terry gross regard to talk about an earlier part of immigration history. When as my guest, Daniel, Okrand writes, a perverse form of science gave respectability to the drastic limits imposed on the number of Jews Italians Greeks poles and various other eastern and southern Europeans seeking to come to America. The quote science was eugenics which theorized that traits like intelligence and morality were inherited and therefore through selective reading you can improve the quality of the Uman race. Of course, the converse was also believed to be true certain individuals or groups of people would pollute the bloodline those undesirables where the people the restrict. Active immigration law of nineteen twenty four was designed to keep out. Oakland is the author of the new book, the guarded gate bigotry eugenics and the law that kept two generations of Jews talionis and other European immigrants out of America. He here's the rhetoric of that era echoing today Daniel Okrand, welcome back to fresh air. I'm very happy to be here. Did you write about anti immigration movements of the past to put President Trump's hardline immigration policies into historical context? No can't say that. I did that just happened to be an unfortunate coincidence or maybe commercially fortunate coincidence, I began to write the spoke because I stumbled across the store of eugenics in America in the early part of the twentieth century, and as I looked further into it. In addition to those things that many people have written about particularly planned breeding, sterilization, I stumbled across this immigration story. Where you gen-x was used as a primary weapon in the effort to keep southern and eastern Europeans out of the country resulting law passed in nineteen twenty four in place for forty one years that really gave the lie to the notion that we were nation of immigrants so your grandparents like, so many Americans grandparents or great grandparents came to the US in the early nineteen hundreds before the restrictive nineteen twenty four tell us a little bit what immigration from Europe or eastern Europe was like then what did take to get entry into America? Of to get entry into America before the ninth. I nineteen twenty one act you needed to get on about come across the ocean show up at Ellis Island and not have a contagious disease or any other very obvious disability or criminal record or be suspected of certain criminal activities, but beyond that the door was wide wide. Open to the huddled masses that Emma Lazarus wrote about and describes a little bit. Ellis Island was like in the early nineteen hundreds else island opens eighteen ninety two and within a few years. It becomes one of the busiest port spots anywhere in the US. They're hundreds of thousands of people in some years millions of people coming through Ellis Island, long snaking lines detention dormitories hospitalization areas. There was a very very busy place. Very alienating place for a lot of people because of the examination that people have to go through particularly for berko sister comb and other other diseases, but once through the line and then onto the ferry boat that took people to Manhattan, it was really a wonderful place to have been is interesting you describe the detention dorms Ellis Island is being really large rooms divided into cages. Put people into cages really to kind of as as holding pens. Cages, maybe a little bit too scary. A word they they were wire walls that kept people apart from other people, and it was for segregation by sex segregation by people might have diseases. It wasn't detention remotely like the detention that people coming across the southern border submitting to today your sales a little bit about why there was such a large surge of immigrants in the late eighteen hundreds and early nineteen hundreds a couple of things that happen in the late nineteenth century that lead to the enormous immigration. That begins really around eighteen eighty and then goes into the retro rockets fire round eighteen ninety one was the the creation of a continent. Wide railroad network in Europe that enabled people from the interior parts of many nations to get the ports. There was also the. Promise of something better that is each family or family member would come to the us and right back to what to to relatives at home, the streets may not be paved with gold, and they may be asking us to pay them. But there's real opportunity here. Desperate poverty, particularly in southern Italy. And other areas was a driving force for many, many people, and if he could scrape together the dollars that could get you to a port and onto a boat you would want to come. And of course for Jews. There were the progress that were Jews were living basically in ghettos, and they were being attacked. So they had a good to fleet of the Jews of the Russian empire. Now. Poland Lithuania, Ukraine, various other modern nations where had beginning eighteen eighty two. There was a severe restriction on their rights under under Sahraoui Sander, not only were there crumbs which people were subject to. Horrible physical crimes, but also limitation where you could live. What occupation you could go into freedom of movement was radically Cretaceous, and the people had a very very strong reason to oughta get out. So during the spirit of the late eighteen hundreds and early nineteen hundreds before the restrictive immigration laws laws that we'll be talking about monetarily immigrants that were considered good immigrants and immigrants that were considered dirty filthy stupid immigrants. What was the dividing line? Well depends on who's doing the considering. But I think we're talking specifically about the Protestant. Elites of the northeast Newark, Boston Philadelphia who had normal political power at the time, and they saw immigrants coming from the countries that they had come from and people have similar ethnic background, which is to say the countries of north western Europe, the UK the Netherlands Scandinavia, Germany, all Protestant countries. They were okay. And those who are coming from the Catholic Jewish countries were simply not and. There was almost universal except I suppose for France. But the eastern southern Europeans were looked upon by some of these people as really less than human of and the sociologist Edward Ross. Who was later this national chairman of the American Civil Liberties union, he described this is very liberal and progressive man, he described looking at the immigrants the eastern European emigrants in union square, New York and seeing what he described as here suit lowbrow big faced persons of obviously low mentality. Acts like people who clearly belong in skins in waddled huts at the close of the ice age. It's a pretty terrifying image and characteristic of those who wish to close the door. So the first exclusionary immigration law was passed in eighteen eighty two and that was the Chinese exclusion act to keep out both skilled and on scale Chinese laborers. Why were the Chinese people singled out by that law? Chinese people built the the railroads that's. Why they were singled out one of the reasons because it was a labor issue that the the railroad magnate Jim hill, he said, why would I want to hire one American to do this kind of work when when I can hire six Chinese for the same amount of money to do it. So the notion of the jobs that were disappearing to the Chinese created enormous backlash in the nascent labor movement of the late nineteenth century. And then of course, there was the racial issue. They were different they were different. And therefore by the code of the time and of too many errors they were lesser as well. So let's talk about the science of the junk science of. So what was the, you know, like pseudoscientific basis of this? The origin of eugenics in England. And in the latter half of the nineteenth century, it really comes out of Darwin the way some very good science, Darwin upsets, the entire balance of of the scientific world with his discovery, and and propagation of the ideas of evolution. And then once you stab that. We are not all derived from the same people from Adam and eve, which was the prevailing view of the time. Then we learned that we are not all the same. We are not all brothers. If you wish to take that particular position, and the early Genesis believe that and thought that we could control the nature of the population of a nation. The UK at first or the US by selective breeding. Let's have only the good breed with the good unless not let the less than good breed Francis. Caulton who was actually a cousin of Darwin's was the the man who named eugenics was. I most vocal advocate. He suggested early on that the UK find the five thousand best young men in the five thousand best young women and pair them off in arranged marriages, which would take place in one huge ceremony in Westminster Abbey presided over by Queen Victoria, and each of these families. These new couples would be given a yearly stipend so instead of working they could get down to the business of making better people better babies for the UK. Now, this was kind of a positive view in a way. But it implied the opposite that became popular in the US that we have to stop the reproduction of those who don't approve our our so called race who don't make the country better place. This negative form of eugenics is the one that begins to bubble into popularity in the US around nineteen ten nineteen twelve. So it wasn't just like intelligence that was considered to be an inherited trait. It was like morality. That's really stunning thing. You find some very well established scientists Fairfield Osborn the head of the American Museum of natural history for twenty five years. He outright declared that it is not just intelligence. It has also morality than is inherited and criminality. Inheritance? Really stunning. Thank the people who are very very well. Credentialed. In the natural sciences. Could. I believe these things, but if you begin your belief by by thinking that certain people's are inferior to other people's it's very easy to adapt. Your science to suit your own prejudice. And the Genesis had ways of evaluating which ethnic groups were the smartest in which. We're the idiots. Let's talk a little bit about some of those tests, go go ahead. Well, there were any number of tests in various places almost all of them of equal on reliability determining whether to determine whether people were of sufficient intelligence, one of the most famous ones was the so-called alpha test that was given to nearly two million soldiers in World War One by Robert him. Yorkies who is now memorialized in the primate research center in Atlanta, federal facility, yorkies gave tested included questions on that were sort of jeopardy questions on reverse in question. Like is bud. Fisher. A choose one outfielder cartoonist or novelist now if you've just been the country for five years, and you don't speak English terribly. Well, how are you possibly going to answer a question like that? But it was taken seriously as a measure of intelligence to such a degree that Carl Brigham who later became famous for inventing, the SAT Princeton psychologist, he said, well, these are the kind of questions if you know, the answers that shows that you've been in America, and you're an American, and that's what we're trying to establish. We're trying to find people who deserve to be in America. I'm going to mention a couple of other questions here because these are just these are pretty great. The Wyan dot is a kind of horse foul cattle or granite. All right. I'm thinking really hard to be of sweater forming on my forehead, I'm going to go with cattle. You're wrong. I looked it up. There's a Wyan bat chicken kicked me out of the country. I don't understand or not. Okay. Let's take a short break here. And then we'll talk some more. If you're just joining us, my guest as Daniel crannies. He's the author of the new book, the guarded gate bigotry eugenics and the law that kept two generations of Jews Italians and other European immigrants out of America will be right back. This is fresh air. WNYC is cutting its spring pledge drive in half not to bring you more news programs like morning edition with less interruption. I three to Martin,.

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