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'Boys State' Helps Teens Learn How Politics Work — Perhaps A Little Too Well

Fresh Air

05:54 min | 3 months ago

'Boys State' Helps Teens Learn How Politics Work — Perhaps A Little Too Well

"This is fresh air, want a glimpse into a potential future candidate for elected office? Look no further than the new documentary called Boy State. It's about an annual event in my government for high school students sponsored by the American Legion. By the way, Bill Clinton and Cory Booker went through the program. Boy state begins streaming Friday on Apple, Plus our film critic Justin Chang has THISS review. Since they were founded in the 19 thirties by the American Legion, the boys, state and Girls state programs have been giving high schoolers a practical education in how government works. Students in every state are chosen to take part in a weeklong summer experiment in which they must form their own representative democracy. As we learned from the opening credits of the terrific new documentary Boys State. No Clinton, Dick Cheney, Rush Limbaugh and Cory Booker are just a few of the program's famous alone's A film, directed by Amanda McBain and Jesse Moss, focuses on the Texas boy state event that took place in June 2018. We see the roughly 1200 participants arriving in Austin. Where they are randomly divided into two political parties, The federalists and the Nationalists. Those names carry no agenda. It's up to both parties to hammer out a platform, choose their leaders and then run against each other in a week long election campaign. McBain and Moss throw us into this mark government exercise without much preamble or explanation of the rules of the game. My politics itself. The action can be a little confusing. Unlike politics, it's never boring, mainly because the movie wisely focuses on a select few participants. Either. The filmmakers were extremely lucky and their choice of subjects or they shot so much footage that they were able to isolate the most compelling personalities. In any event, the four young men, we spend the most time with all in that playing key roles in the experiments, nerve wracking outcome. Most ambitious of the bunch is been the Federalists Party chair who's willing to do anything to win votes, including smearing the Nationalists on Social media. Dennis, politically conservative. He has a Ronald Reagan action figure to prove it. And he despises what he sees as the liberal tendency to divide people along lines of race, gender and disability. Then speaks from some personal perspective. He lost both his legs to meningitis when he was three. Care of the Nationalist Party hails from the opposite end of the political spectrum. Progressive black teenager originally from Chicago. Renee knows he stands out in this mostly white, conservative Texas field. He also stands out on merit. He has a seasoned politicians command of rhetoric and can deftly out argue any opponent. It is also capable of calling for party unity, as he does in an early speech. My grandmother told me a few things you have to have faith, hope and a bit of a pissed off attitude. I want to be civil and represent a whole working body. And we're gonna take the example of a plane body. It has two wings left one, right one. We're not gonna pick one. We're going to stay in the middle, because we're not intolerable party where one that is palatable to all. And so as long as we're able to keep this plane of foot with a healthy right wing in a healthy left wing, we have the ability and the capability to pummel any fairless into the ground because we're the only party that's where voting for because it's this party that's going to represent every individual. If Rene has the sharpest mind and tongue and boy state, its heart and soul belonged to Steven A fellow nationalist party member. Stephen becomes an underdog in the race for governor, the highest elected office. Like Rene Steven stands out. He's the son of a Mexican immigrant, and he counts Bernie Sanders among his political heroes, his humility on the campaign trail and his stirring honesty in front of a microphone. Prove irresistible to the crowd. Again and again, he invites his fellow party members to tell him what issues are most important to them so that he could be a better truer representative for their concerns. We see these young men debating a lot of issues, especially gun control. There's a lot of talk about protecting the Second Amendment. But there are also counter arguments from students like Steven, who have clearly been shaken by the sheer number of school shootings. Another much discussed. Issue is abortion, which leads to one of the film's most revealing moments. A nationalist gubernatorial candidate named Robert, who's running on a strict pro life platform. Admits on camera that he secretly pro choice. Sometimes you've got to say what you've got to say in an attempt to win, he says. That's politics. Indeed, it is. And while the filmmakers are working from a mostly neutral fly on the wall perspective, their attitude toward the boy state program feels ambivalent. At best, Deliberately or not. The experiment seems to bring out a lot of the flaws of America's political system itself. Personal attacks, dishonest tactics and conflicts that hinge moron popularity than substantive policy debate. It's undeniably inspiring to see so many young men with bright, engaged minds and the best of them, as we see from the end of the movie have already gone on to impressive new accomplishments. But it's also dispiriting that so many of them have already learned to view politics in the most cynical way possible as the game to be won by any means necessary. Justin Chang is the film critic for the Los Angeles

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Film Review: A teenage political experiment in ‘Boys State’

Fresh Air

04:27 min | 3 months ago

Film Review: A teenage political experiment in ‘Boys State’

"Future candidate for elected office. Look no further than the new documentary called Boy State. It's about an annual event in my government for high school students sponsored by the American Legion. By the way, Bill Clinton and Cory Booker went through the program. Boy state begins streaming Friday on Apple, Plus our film critic Justin Chang has THISS review. Since they were founded in the 19 thirties by the American Legion, the boys, state and Girls state programs have been giving high schoolers a practical education in how government works. Students in every state are chosen to take part in a weeklong summer experiment in which they must form their own representative democracy. As we learned from the opening credits of the terrific new documentary Boys State. Will Clinton, Dick Cheney, Rush Limbaugh and Cory Booker are just a few of the program's famous alums. A film, directed by Amanda McBain and Jesse Moss, focuses on the Texas Boys state event that took place in June 2018. We see the roughly 1200 participants arriving in Austin. Where they are randomly divided into two political parties, The federalists and the Nationalists. Those names carry no agenda. It's up to both parties to hammer out a platform, choose their leaders and then run against each other in a week long election campaign. McBain and Moss throw us into this mark government exercise without much preamble or explanation of the rules of the game. Like politics itself, be action can be a little confusing. Unlike politics, it's never boring, mainly because the movie wisely focuses on a select few participants. Either. The filmmakers were extremely lucky and their choice of subjects or they shot so much footage that they were able to isolate the most compelling personalities. In any event, the four young men we spend the most time with all in that playing key roles in the experiments, nerve wracking outcome. Most ambitious of the bunch is Ben, the Federalists Party chair who's willing to do anything to win votes, including smearing the Nationalists on Social media. Venice. Politically conservative. He has a Ronald Reagan action figure to prove it. And he despises what he sees as the liberal tendency to divide people along lines of race, gender and disability. Then speaks from some personal perspective. He lost both his legs to meningitis when he was three. Care of the Nationalist Party hails from the opposite end of the political spectrum. Progressive black teenager originally from Chicago. Renee knows he stands out in this mostly white, conservative Texas field. He also stands out on merit. He has a seasoned politicians command of rhetoric and can deftly out argue any opponent. It is also capable of calling for party unity, as he does in an early speech. My grandmother told me a few things you have to have faith.

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"federalist party" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"federalist party" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"That you have to understand that's taking generations to get there that these problems are sort of passed down, you know, from one interaction to another parent to child, and then child grows up. To be parent to their child, and they are directly implicated through the generations. I mean, we looking this story tell us that perhaps it's the same way. I mean, you can you could say that about the tobacco industry that we understand. We're going to run out of you know, the of places to grow. But we're also going to run out of consumers at one point. We've gotta hide certain things. And if there isn't the same dynamic here that is that is resonating not as a sort of a distant example. But as one that is part of a continuum this sort of mentality it worked, then the way they went about getting that standing army, and these practices are sort of passed down generation to generation. Yeah. That's a very interesting set of thoughts. I mean. Yeah. Maybe one way I guess, I would sort of I would think about that. In terms of the story. I'm telling here is one of the interesting things that I get into the end of the book, I sort of tried to look ahead after you know, there's no suspense to the book, you know, high. Oh, and Indiana, Illinois, become part of the United States. Everybody knows. So after that has happened. Then looking ahead to what happens to the standing army, and and what happens to the mid west, which of course, immediately, very almost immediately becomes this. This incredible industrial driver of American empire around the world. Which goes, I think right to what you're you're talking about this kind of generational development. One of the things that happens kind of early on in that is that, you know, the Jefferson point of view Jefferson was working with Hamilton and knocks and Washington to bring about the standing army, but it was always odd man out in this area in the cabinet in Washington's cabinet, and as we know, you know, part of party. Politics begins right in the period that I'm talking about in Jefferson, very soon, be leaves the cabinet and becomes a member of the opposition party. And by the time everything's resolved. In the story. I'm telling begin to get pushback against the federalist party, partly because they were accused of being militarists and was Washington is out of power and Hamilton was sort of trying to run everything outside of power as well. The the federalist party does become just just I mean, the military budgets just through the roof, and it just suddenly they don't have Washington to sort of. I don't know make it more politic. Make it more palatable. They seem like they're out of control. And really to some extent, you know, Hamilton tried to, you know, pushing for a war with France at that point didn't happen. But that point, but that that brought down the federalist party in a way and Jefferson's party, as we know came in in the way, Jefferson's party was was presenting themselves. They were the anti-militaristic party at this point. And. Jefferson people looked at it as well. This is the real American revolution. Now, we're back on track. Those guys went crazy. They were Tarango and militaristic etcetera etcetera. Well, if you look, but if you look at what happens next, of course, again, if he really I mean, everyone knows this. But if you put it in this context, it's rather striking that, well, it's really doing the Jefferson era that the country really begins to expand westward because of course, Jeff was Jefferson amid the purchase and the army and there had to be a military presence further and further west and Jefferson to wanted to he he's the one who actually starts talking about moving all of the recalcitrant native people across the Mississippi River, he put it in literally send for their own good. I think that's an exact, quote, he didn't wanna put it in in such a in such a harsh way. But in fact, generation the next sort of jet, quote unquote generation of government in America, which was supposed to be much more lean mean Republican much less militaristic really takes. It's really during the Jefferson administration that everything Washington ham the Knox for comes into its biggest fruition. And so and you can even jump a number of generations ahead and look at teddy Roosevelt Sierra and there's Roosevelt now looking offshore..

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"federalist party" Discussed on American History Tellers

American History Tellers

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"federalist party" Discussed on American History Tellers

"The Republicans quickly consolidated their power taking steps to make Jefferson's agrarian society, a reality federalists tax policies and laws were either repealed or allowed to expire tariffs became the main way for government to raise revenue after two terms. Jefferson was followed into office by his longtime Republican ally. James Madison jarring Madison's tenure relations with the old Republican nemesis. Great Britain, finally strained to the breaking point with the war of eighteen twelve. The war was ultimately about the impressment of British American sailors into the British navy was. One of the outstanding issues that had not been resolved by the unpopular Jay treaty. There was widespread agreement that this practice should stop. But despite that the ward self proved unpopular this was especially true in the northeast the old home turf of the federalists by August eighteen fourteen opposition to what people were calling Mr. Madison's war was at its peak in the northeast all federalist passions had exploded due to a naval blockade the nation's economy was in tatters and the country was nearly bankrupt. There were rumors of secession and armed resistance to the government. And following the disastrous battle of Bladensburg American officials fled as the British swept into Washington and burned the White House to the ground. There was a fear that the federal government was about to collapse. Even as American forces began to make gains through September war wariness began to set in. There was a general sense that a stalemate had been reached and lives were being lost. Needlessly then federalists became incensed when Madison requested at conscription Bill from congress for more troops the following month. The federalists called convention in Hartford, Connecticut to suggest constitutional amendments to protect their interest from what they saw as a hostile administration. This was the last hope of the federalist party. They knew that the Republican congress would never agree to their demands. But they hope to win over the public at a time when Madison and his administration were vulnerable meeting for three weeks in December and January the federalists adopted a number of resolutions aimed directly at limiting the actions of Republican leaders their efforts ultimately failed largely because of lousy timing. Just as the Hartford convention was wrapping up and it's commissioners were arriving in Washington to discuss their proposals. Word came of a fabulous victory over the British in New Orleans right on the heels that came word that a peace treaty had been signed the. War was over. These developments left the federalists in a very bad spot with the country, celebrating an end to war and a great victory over a hated foe. The Hartford resolution seem petty and even disloyal the federalists murmurs of secession now seem treasonous Hartford. Commissioners went back home with their tails between their legs. The federalist party was ruined for good..

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"federalist party" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"federalist party" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You know as a historical point, the, liberals, now, love, Alexander, Hamilton Why are they love Alexander Hamilton Because they don't, understand Alexsandr Hamilton the first instance But they love Alexander, Hamilton? Because he and Jefferson where political opponents men right they couldn't. Stand each other And Hamilton was of, the? Party federalist party of events And Jefferson was taking on atoms who was the president Jefferson was the vice president And Jefferson decided. To run with and burn Amber stabs Jefferson in the back us intrigue that took place He decided is. The votes came in that he would challenge Jefferson for president the votes came into the house of representatives Adams was way behind he wasn't gonna win And they had. These constant votes in. The house of representatives Between Bernie Jefferson And even though Hamilton, didn't like Jefferson he hated Burr and bear hated him in a. Couple of years later course they would have this tool and Burr would kill Hamilton But Hamilton urged his. Supporters in the federalist party to go ahead ultimately vote for Jefferson But the left likes Jefferson because they think he was a big government central government typing Now he was more of a central government type in Jefferson there's no question about that And he believed in a national treasury and he believed in the national Bank and he believed. In, a national currency in those things which he's credited for. Helping build the American economy Doesn't mean you favor a central government for purposes He was somewhat skeptical, of the constitutional system that it had been developed but he was supportive of it He argued for it Remember I told you story that he had printed five hundred copies. Of, the federalist papers now the federalist papers were. Essays written under, pseudonyms as you know those, who supported John Jay Madison and Hamilton But he put them together in a collection in had a bound copy made five. Hundred of them fifty of, which went Virginia which was, leaning against ratification the rest of us, to New York which was leaning against ratification And. Massachusetts was leaning against ratification, and so he wanted to, use this as a way to persuade, people to support the constitution But the progressives always need somebody to history to. Pervert either to attack them or to create a straw man or something so they like Hamilton They hate Jefferson And I just wanted to, remind the left including those who purport. To be reporters A federal est number eighty four Among other things, Hamilton opposed a. Bill of rights Not because he opposed rights said it was unnecessary the constitution doesn't say anything about free speech and doesn't say. Anything about religious liberty and all these other things. So it doesn't have the power To get involved in any of those things that there was, contrary argument that no we needed a Bill of rights to lay out, specific areas where the federal government could not stop. On the individual or the states in the retort to that was well if we lay out ten areas or. Twelve areas or originally seventeen areas Maybe there's an eighteenth and nineteenth, we haven't thought of but in any event the ratification in the states Was unlikely Until the proponents of the constitution agreed that there needed to, be amendments which they call the Bill of rights They weren't sure sure how, many they had an idea what kind And ultimately New York Massachusetts and Virginia. Supported it But it wasn't without a, bottle some of these votes reclose including in, Virginia, you had in Virginia Patrick Henry opposed it James. Monroe who would actually become president he opposed it George Mason himself. Who was at the constitutional convention, he opposed it for a number. Of reasons including he opposed slavery even though, he owned some slaves And. He wanted to Bill of rights And. He and George Washington been good friends you, didn't live that far from each, other but Washington was furious with them. And, their friendship was. Never the same again keep in mind George Mason also wrote the Virginia declaration of rights which preceded the declaration of independence by about five weeks and Jefferson borrowed from him as well as..

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"federalist party" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"federalist party" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"You know as a historical. Point the liberals now love Alexander Hamilton Why are they love Alexander Hamilton Because they don't, understand Alexander Hamilton the first instance But they love Alexander Hamilton because. He and Jefferson Where political opponents they couldn't stand each other And Hamilton was of the. Party federalist party of atoms And Jefferson was taking on Adams who was the president Jefferson was the vice president And Jefferson decided. To run with Aaron Burr Burst stabs Jefferson in the back hold us intrigue that took place He decided. Is the votes came in that he would challenge Jefferson for president the votes, came into the house of representatives Adams was way behind he wasn't gonna win And they had. These constant votes in. The house of representatives Between Bernie Jefferson And even though Hamilton, didn't like Jefferson he hated bear and. Bear hated him and a couple of years later course they would have this tool and Berg would kill Hamilton But Hamilton urged his supporters in the federalist party to go ahead Ultimately in vote for Jefferson But the left likes Jefferson because they think he was a big government central government type Now he was more of a central government type in Jefferson there's no, question about that And he believed in a national treasury and he believed in the national Bank and he believed. In, a national currency in those things which he's credited for. Helping build the American economy Doesn't mean you favor a central government for all purposes He was, somewhat skeptical of the constitutional system that had been developed but he was supportive of it He argued for it Remember I told you a story that he had printed five hundred copies. Of, the federalist papers now the federalist papers were. Essays written under, pseudonyms as you know those, who supported John Jay Madison and Hamilton But he put them together in a collection and had a bound copy made five hundred fifty of which, went to Virginia which was. Leaning against ratification the rest of us, to New York which was leaning against ratification And Massachusetts was leaning against ratification, and so he wanted to. Use this as a way to persuade, people to support the constitution But the progressives always need somebody to history to. Pervert either to attack them or to create a straw man or something so they like Hamilton They hate Jefferson And I just wanted to, remind the left including those who purport. To be reporters A federal list number eighty four Among other things, Hamilton opposed a. Bill of rights Not because he opposed rights said it was unnecessary the constitution doesn't say anything about free speech and doesn't say. Anything about religious liberty and all these other things. So it doesn't have the power To get involved in any of those. Things but there was a contrary argument that no we needed a Bill of rights to lay out specific areas. Where the federal government could not Stop on. The individual or the states in the retort, to that was well if we lay out ten areas or twelve areas or Ridgely seventeen areas Maybe there's an eighteenth and nineteenth, we haven't thought of but in any event the ratification in the states Was unlikely Until the proponents of the constitution agreed that there needed to, be amendments which they call the Bill of rights They weren't sure sure how, many they had an idea what kind And ultimately New York Massachusetts and Virginia. Supported it But it wasn't, without a bottle. Some of these votes reclose close including in, Virginia, you had in Virginia Patrick Henry posted. James Monroe who would actually become president he opposed it George Mason. Himself who was at the constitutional, convention he opposed it for a. Number of reasons including he opposed slavery even though. He owns some slaves And. He wanted to Bill of rights And. He and George Washington been good friends they, didn't live that far from each other but Washington was furious with her. And, their friendship was. Never the same again keep in mind George Mason also wrote the Virginia declaration of rights which preceded the declaration of independence by about five weeks and Jefferson borrowed from him as well as. Lock and, he barred from Loch to but anyway They don't celebrate Madison on the left they don't celebrate Jefferson they don't celebrate Mason Tamil because they think Hamilton is. Their guy Well they were gonna read something to them writing as Pugliese.

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"federalist party" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"federalist party" Discussed on KNSS

"Us mornings right here on k s s You know as. A historical point the liberals now love Alexander Hamilton Why are they love Alexander Hamilton 'cause they don't, understand Alexander Hamilton the first instance But they love Alexandra anthem, because? He in Jefferson where a. Political opponents men right they couldn't. Stand each other And Hamilton was of, the? Party federalist party of atoms And Jefferson was taking on Adams who was the president Jefferson was the vice president And Jefferson decided. To run with Aaron Burr Amber stabs Jefferson in the back hoe this intrigue took place He decided is. The votes came in that he would challenge Jefferson for president the votes came into. The house of representatives Adams was way behind he wasn't gonna win And they had. These constant votes in. The house of representatives Between burn Jefferson And even though Hamilton, didn't like Jefferson he hated bear and bear hated him in a. Couple of years later course they would have this dual and Berg would kill Hamilton Hamilton urged his supporters in the federalist party to go ahead Ultimately in vote for Jefferson But the left likes Jefferson because they think he was a. Big government central government type now he was more of a. Central government type in Jefferson. There's no question about that And he. Believed in a national treasury and he believed in the national Bank and he believed in. A national currency in those things which he is credited for. Helping build the American economy Doesn't mean you favor a central government for all purposes He was, somewhat skeptical of the constitutional system that had been developed but he was supportive of it He argued for it You remember I told you a story that he had printed five hundred copies. Of, the federalist papers now the federals papers were. Essays written under, pseudonyms as you know those, who supported John Jay Madison and Hamilton But he put them together in a collection and had a bound copy may five. Hundred of them fifty of which, went to Virginia which was. Leaning against ratification the rest of us, to New York which was leaning against, ratification in Massachusetts was. Leaning against ratification and so he wanted to use this as a way to persuade people to support the constitution But the progressives always need, somebody to history to. Pervert either to attack them or to create a straw man or something so they like Hamilton They hate Jefferson And I just wanted to, remind the left including those who purport. To be reporters A federal est number eighty four Among other things, Hamilton opposed a. Bill of rights Not because he opposed rights said it was unnecessary the constitution doesn't sane anything about, free speech. And doesn't say anything about religious liberals other things. So it doesn't have the power To get involved in any of those things but there. Was a contrary argument that no we needed a Bill of rights to lay out, specific areas. Where the federal government could not Stop on. The individual or the states in the retort, to that was well if we lay out ten areas or twelve areas or Ridgely seventeen areas Maybe there's an eighteenth or nineteenth, we haven't thought of but in any event the ratification in the states Was unlikely Until the proponents of the constitution agreed that there needed to, be amendments which they call the Bill of rights They weren't sure sure how, many they had an idea what kind And ultimately New York Massachusetts and. Virginia supported It wasn't without a bottle, some of these votes reclose including in Virginia, you, had in Virginia Patrick Henry opposed it James Monroe. Who would actually become president he opposed it George Mason himself who. Was at the constitutional convention he opposed it for a number of reasons, including he opposed slavery even. Though we own some slaves and he wanted, to Bill of rights And he and George Washington been good friends I didn't live that far from each other but Washington. Was furious, with in their friendship. Was never the same again keep in, mind George Mason also wrote the Virginia declaration of rights which preceded. The declaration of independence by about five weeks and Jefferson borrowed from. Him as well as lock and he barred from Loch to but anyway Noticed they don't celebrate Madison on the left they don't celebrate Jefferson they don't celebrate Mason Tamil because they think Hamilton is their guy well I run read something to them writing. As Pugliese.

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"federalist party" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"federalist party" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"By packing the federalist vote into only a few districts this new map was filled with bizarre shapes the federalist described as quote carvings and mangles the district that governor gary lived in was shaped roughly like a lower case artil to backward gary wasn't fully in support of these carved mangled districts in the words of contemporary biographer james t austin quote to the governor the project of this law was exceedingly disagreeable he urged his friends strong arguments against its policy as well as its effects after it had passed both houses he hesitated to give it his signature and meditated to return to the legislature with his objections to it's becoming long but being satisfied that it conformed to the constitution he doubted whether against precedence to the contrary the private opinion of governor on amir question of propriety or policy would justify the interposition of his negative and he cordingley permitted to pass so that basically boils down to well it's not unconstitutional that was really only part of it when he approved these districts on february eleventh eighteen twelve gary who had long resisted joining political party but was now a democratic republican was highly concerned about the federalist party was doing he thought that federalist criticism of president james madison's foreign policy bordered on treasonous he also feared that the federalist party was becoming too close to great britain any worried that federalists secretly wanted to rollback american independence in return to the british empire it is extremely likely that all of this influenced his decision page two of the boston gazette on march twenty six eighteen twelve included a satirical picture of gary's district the district southern end at the bottom of the are ended in talons and the northeast corner had a dragon lake.

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"federalist party" Discussed on We The People

We The People

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"federalist party" Discussed on We The People

"Analogy so the people who liked him followed him in doored him and we could even describe a little heroworshipping on many of the followers federalist party but at the same time he stepped on people's toes left and right as prime minister he engaged in activties that belonged to thomas jefferson is secretary of state so we try to figure that out their policies their personalities also come into play and we have to we get back to this basic idea that the way in which the federal way in which they interpret the federal constitution does not stay constant it has to do with contingencies what are they responding what are the problems what are the issues that that face them in seventeen ninety in here we can see how they begin to change their opinions but we're hamilton stays true is in increasing the powers of the executive a top down organization and that madison much more believes that there needs to be debate and he shifts from the idea of the debate in the senate which is the ideal he he imagines during the constitutional convention to the seventeen nineties where debate has to be happening in the newspapers he celebrates the importance of public opinion as a way to check the overreach of the federal government great now it's time for a brief break the national constitution center is offering continuing legal education credits for america's townhall programs there's credit for impersonal vents and on demand courses visit constitution center dot org forward slash cla for more information.

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"federalist party" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"federalist party" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Officers are actually politically connected to the federalist party which was jefferson's opposition party at the time at the same you know in in addition to that jefferson was looking west for expansion of the country and he was very interested in engineering needs scientific needs that might come about should the united states continue to expand westward and of course you know in eighteen o three he he actually does purchase the louisiana purchase greatly expanding the united states so he's already thinking about this westward expansion but he's also thinking about the fact that he has an army that has officers in if he's not sure he can trust and so he decides that a military academy would actually be a good idea for the united states because it could do two things first and foremost it would train a young american men in the art in the sciences of engineering and that was in fact the core purpose of the academy at the time was to teach engineering do these army officers but the other thing that it did and you can see it in how the appointment process was set up for the academy so to get appointed to the academy you had to you had to show that you had the potential to be able to succeed but you also had to be appointed by your local congressman or senator and at this time in eighteen o to the republicans had won a very very large victory in the election of eighteen hundred it looked like things were going to continue to go their way and that would mean that this would serve the academy could serve as the proper education for good republican officers that would maintain their position as subservient to their civilian masters if you will and i think jefferson saw this as a way to to do both right to to create a core of officers young men who understood engineering and could solve the problems of westward expansion while at the same time maintain meaning what he considered was the proper political outlook.

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"federalist party" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio

Freedom 95 Radio

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"federalist party" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio

"In eighteen o two at this point thomas jefferson is president but many of the officers are actually politically connected to the federalist party which was jefferson's opposition party at the time at the same you know in in addition to that jefferson was looking west for expansion of the country and he was very interested in engineering need scientific needs that might come about should the united states continue to expand westward and of course you know in eighteen o three he he actually does purchase the louisiana purchase greatly expanding the united states so he's already thinking about this westward expansion but he's also thinking about the fact that he has an army that has officers in it he's not sure he can trust and so he decides that a military academy demy would actually be a good idea for the united states because it could do two things first and foremost it would train young american men in the art in the sciences of engineering and that was in fact the the core purpose of the academy at the time was to teach engineering do these army officers but the other thing that it did and you can see it in how the appointment process was set up for the academy so to get appointed to the academy you had to you had to show that you had the potential to be able to succeed but you also had to be appointed by your local congressman or senator and at this time in eighteen o to the republicans had won a very very large victory in the election of eighteen hundred it looked like things were going to continue to go their way and that would mean that this would serve the kademi could serve as the proper education for good republican officers that would maintain their position as subservient to their civilian masters if you will and i think jefferson saw this as a way to to do both right to to create a core of officers young men who understood engineering and could solve the problems of westward expansion while at the same time maintaining what he considered was the proper political outlook.

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"federalist party" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"federalist party" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Officers are actually politically connected to the federalist party which was jefferson's opposition party at the time at the same you know in in addition to that jefferson was looking west for expansion of the country and he was very interested in engineering need scientific needs that might come about should the united states continue to expand westward and of course you know in eighteen o three he he actually does purchase the louisiana purchase greatly expanding the united states so he's already thinking about this westward expansion but he's also thinking about the fact that he has an army that has officers in it he's not sure he can trust and so he decides that a military academy would actually be a good idea for the united states because it could do two things first and foremost it would train a young american men in the art in the sciences of engineering and that was in fact the the core purpose of the academy at the time was to teach engineering do these army officers but the other thing that it did and you can see it in how the appointment process was set up for the academy so to get appointed to the academy you had to you had to show that you had the potential to be able to succeed but you also had to be appointed by your local congressman or senator and at this time in eighteen o to the republicans had won a very very large victory in the election of eighteen hundred it looked like things were going to continue to go their way and that would mean that this would serve the kademi could serve as the proper education for good republican officers that would maintain their position as subservient to their civilian masters if you will and i think jefferson saw this as a way to to do both right to to create a core of officers young men who understood engineering and could solve the coming problems of westward expansion while at the.

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"federalist party" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"federalist party" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Officers are actually politically connected to the federalist party which was jefferson's opposition party at the time at the same you know in in addition to that jefferson was looking west for expansion of the country and he was very interested in engineering need scientific needs that might come about should the united states continue to expand westward and of course you know in eighteen o three he he actually does purchase the louisiana purchase greatly expanding the united states so he's already thinking about this westward expansion but he's also thinking about the fact that he has an army that has officers in it he's not sure he can trust and so he decides that military academy to me would actually be a good idea for the united states because it could do two things first and foremost it would train a young american men in the art in the sciences of engineering and that was in fact the the core purpose of the academy at the time was to teach engineering do these army officers but the other thing that it did and you can see it in how the appointment process was set up for the academy so to get appointed to the academy you had to you had to show that you had the potential to be able to succeed but you also had to be appointed by your local congressman or senator and at this time in eighteen o to the republicans had won a very very large victory in the election of eighteen hundred it looked like things were going to continue to go their way and that would mean that this would serve the kademi could serve as the proper education for good republican officers that would maintain their position as subservient to their civilian masters if you will and i think jefferson saw this as a way to to do both right to to create a corps of officers young men who understood engineering and could solve the coming problems of westward expansion while at the.

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"federalist party" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"federalist party" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The federalist party is party because he was resolved not to be drawn if he could possibly avoid it not to be drawn into a ruinous war with france and remember at that point the united states was a week slight joining um virtually defenceless republic in a world dominated by kings and so atoms in some ways uh threw himself on the on the political funeral pyre he was unpopular at the time two hundred years later he's a number one bestseller let me ask the question that always comes up because here here's this massachusetts man a the heartbeat th th the center of abolition ism is up massachusetts and he's book ended by these two great virginians both of whom are slaveowners was there ever a conversation between these three men or even two out of the three about slavery the peculiar instead to shen yeah it's a fascinating question i'm sure there would have been uh between atoms in jefferson they they had remember course they had for many years a very close friendship and then they they had a bitter falling how uh when when jefferson defeated adams uh for the presidency and 1800 and then they were reunited didn't liter years and i think if you look at the atoms jefferson correspondence that was renewed in the last few years of their lives uh certainly the subject came off at adams was um adams was not someone who uh who who watched his words i mean he tentatively blunt pepper ry opinionated uh and he was certainly he had very strong feelings about the moral crime of slavery and indeed washington uh famously in his will uh took the step of of of freeing his ways and not long before he died washington remark to a visitor the one great fear he has for the future the american republic was that the north and the south could not or might not be able to peacefully find a way to overtime eliminate slavery once asked you richard at the conclusion of the programmes just a send me serving one one page list of aid biography on each present i can posted it you you at dot com i.

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"federalist party" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"federalist party" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The the um political bedroom scene with all that different from today and that is certainly you know we we've we've seen many careers and that uh that he was up he was like a nailed i think and it cheers theme blanket on monday will sold a mild finally was it was indeed monroe that sold them out um he he yeah it it it seems likely that someone in his office get the hand and and certainly i mean how how the affair came out with and uh it it was suggested that alexander hamilton someone in the treasury office was lived behaving in in a an an unethical way and so he was expected he was treasury secretary and and it really you know in setting up the nation's financial system and and you know determining how the revolutionary war debt with be paid um there where security cell government securities and they did really well and some people said oh he's profiting from them he absolutely hadn't and in fact when he was blackmailed he added he had to pay the guy off in instalments 'cause that's how how little money and had lying around now and it was a great well i suppose it was a substantial sum than but the grand scheme of things if he was really uh draining the coffers a thousand dollars would not have undone him but as you said you'd have to make a etiquette right he had to make down payments to his blackmailer well and it was a bow and i think it at the at the time and a senior call he was making twenty four hundred dollars a year and so it with a little bit less than half a year's pay and so you know if you think about it do you have halfyear years gallery sitting around in kashmir might you have to pay your blackmailer in installment somehow worked at all out now has not been this the affair has not been the black male and the like would he possibly have been possibly presidential they are i said it it it's a really good question and i could definitely see him running and making a good case although his influence in his own party the federalist party had certainly wayne one thing i used to be a newspaper reporter and i.

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"federalist party" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"federalist party" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"That's where most of our base actively is if you cannot penetrate that wall i don't care how much organization half i don't care how much money raced you can't win gift have to go where the food is that's where the food is at vents that's where it's at we learned this in the last election i wish this were true but it is and so when i say to people like the federalist party you have to come up with the social media model that will allow people that would be your best ambassadors your best minds because there's a huge consumer base and about the republican party there is not yet a huge consumer base for let's leave because right away all of the democrats when everything that's what will happen you better have i mean the amount of time and money we spent here at cr advertising on rush in lavigne to get almost two million facebook followers it took months months over a year of doing that and now we have a base that we that work that we that gives us enough of a customer base that we can tell the truth around here others have tried it they've not been able to do that yet 'cause takes you resources to do that not to mention patients in the people writing the check splitter be patient before you build that base where you can actually cash flow it there's not a lot of those kinds of people around we're lucky to have a few.

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"federalist party" Discussed on Remso Republic

Remso Republic

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"federalist party" Discussed on Remso Republic

"Well i think i think parts of their arms that aren't i think that the bitcoin i mean it's no news it's bitcoin has spiked and then it's kind of settled down a little bit but dumb i think cryptocurrency certainly here to stay bitcoin seems to be the leader in that uh but if for some reason bitcoin falls apart specifically bitcoin you still have the block chink technology you still have a light coin you still have some other cripples out there a theory him that are that are doing well that are still solid performing well um so i mean is it fad it's that i think that the jury still out on it as far as third parties go i think that i think their parties or the future rhames though and i think that uh the federal this party as so funny you mentioned that i think that the federalist party is is one there are several out there that are trying to do this right that they're they're trying to to get up into get going to get steam because they they kind of identify that now's the time to do that people are kind of tired of the swamp as we keep hearing and they won another option the libertarian party has tried for so long long but forty years it's been forty year he they demanded 1971 in if i had dollar fong every major libertarian victory be broke his hell you would you would uh so he will visit the why haven't they been able to get a major victory in forty years will they're not doing something right i think what you said earlier is right on the money i think that there are great patriots in the libertarian party that are part of the liberty movement but i think the party is so in perfect.

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"federalist party" Discussed on News/Talk 710 KNUS

News/Talk 710 KNUS

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"federalist party" Discussed on News/Talk 710 KNUS

"The website building the the followers and that sort of thing the conflict itself started a little over a year ago we actually daughter soctt all exploratory article light rebel i'm the convention which was uh a year or two about a week ago we decided to actually form this year so so in january but that decision was made oh i say september october round glenn the party's brand new but it's growing so much fashionable expect he with my league lure launchi our goal was to get the word out she would be interest was and then hopefully circling us they represent our state a party applicable as early as january for weekly team oregon smart fouled paperwork for for each individual state uh oh in the middle of next year and push for twenty waiting cuban standy that's no longer her the the timetable upenn going so fast at this point will looking for people to get up and running between king letsie and uh and actually sang part because again you might expectations you told me uh six months ago the we're going to be sitting here with no eight thousand on i've chink we're we're approaching one hundred thousand people with an interest uh three four thousand volunteers the quick to up to nine or ten states with active chairs there will be no way let's stop but stopped next to each one thinking said in the beginning what's the would maintain uh basically a grasp of reality we make sure we were always wanted to do things well the most realistic way and not try to in some fantasy world of expecting to run candidates and you know uh uh 2018 against claire mccaskill in lieu your gangsta i and people that will be talking shooting well some two people colorado as well so awful greater celery so quickly that each can't we have to push forward let's take a pause here j d will and we come back we'll talk about the platform the ideals the practicality what we heard from our cotto state senate majority leader this morning about third parties the whole nine yards and maybe will take some calls as well three of three six nine six 1971 jd rucker the cofounder of the federalist party is it time 823 on 710 k in us hugh hewitt says we can't look to democrats dell thinks healthcare obamacare says spiral continues they catches throw money as though six got to reform at the dutta change wsb.

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"federalist party" Discussed on We The People

We The People

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"federalist party" Discussed on We The People

"A steward of the constitution believes that prohibition god convictions have to be enforced but there's just one important case where taft votes to strike down a federal law and that's the federal child labour act which he get concludes is not attacks it's a federal child labour tax and taft said it's not permissible attempt to raise taxes been an impermissible attempt to regulate the hours of labour of children which is a purely state authority and tough quotes marshalls opinion upholding the bank of the united states in mukalla and maryland were marshall suggests the congressional power although broad is not unlimited and this is this is marshall in mukalla should congress in the execution of its powers adopt measures which are prohibited by the constitution it would become the painful duty of this tribunal should a case requiring such a decision come before it to say that the act was not the law of the land now some of bin unconvinced by tasks distinction between property they could be regulated by congress and property that couldn't be like the product of child labour versus stolen cars but it reflect his marchelle in view the congress has power to regulate interstate commerce although vast were not unlimited so i think the question is really important because it reminds us that there was this a very distinguished perhaps the most distinguished tradition and constitutional interpretation a dating back i the federalist party of marshall and then continued by the republican party of taft which is essentially hamilton ian and does believe in the very broad construction of national thirty but in authority that's not without limits and it significant that in his opinion.

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