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Should Discussions of Race Make It Into Our School Curriculum?
"Only thing i'm saying is when you're teaching history to a bunch of kids you know you have to teach at all at least you have to teach the basic pointers and for black americans. The history of this country has been less than favourable. So i think that in the context of that discussion saying and to this day. We still have some problems with race. There are some legacies of slavery that still affect black people working on it today. Something like that. That's a kind of racial ization that i'm in favor of because it doesn't encourage stereotyping. It doesn't encourage discrimination. It just encourages a base awareness of some serious problems. So but that's not happening right. Is that largely what we're seeing through school districts like chicago And in washington. Dc and the entire california school system representing ten thousand schools and six million student. I've seen the of documents on those. Yeah it is that it. It doesn't have that kind of nuance and complexity that you just present right where it's eight. Let me just say this has that part of the kind of ark angel triumphant of the woke ism. Coalition is nicole. Hannah jones robin diangelo. Mex- and nicole hannah jones in particular right the author of the sixteen nineteen project She heretical says that america was founded on slavery. Right and so part okay with that but it's just not true. Depends on what you mean by found this. She defines this. She says the founding fathers were in favorite not true. George washington wasn't john adams wasn't john quincy. Adams wasn't thomas jefferson even signed a moratorium new slaves coming into the united states ben franklin chair and anti-slavery convention in seventeen seventy five. None of these guys were writing x. Positionally how wonderful slavery. This isn't being taught to third graders sixteen nineteen projects little new york op. Ed and you know it's not a see that's where you're wrong. The sixty nineteen projects being implemented at school district curriculum in thousands of school districts across grew. Cross it's not just like a podcast. This curriculum there are principles of the sixteen nineteen project that i think are defensible. First of all we as americans tend to think of the founding of our country as its legal founding. You know but the legal. Founding of the united states didn't really mean much for a slave.
The American Whig Party
"S weren't important time in american history. I've touched on this area in a few previous episodes in particular the one on the election of eighteen. Twenty four and on the six political eras in american history episode by the time of the eighteen. Twenty election the federalist party had completely fallen apart president. James monroe literally ran unopposed for president in eighteen. Twenty four all four. The candidates for president who received electoral votes came from the same party. The democratic republican party after this election the democratic republican party to fell apart and they were replaced by democratic party which was led by andrew jackson. This is the direct descendant of the modern day political party with the same name in eighteen. Twenty eight the incoming president was john quincy adams and he ran against jackson but the party. He was associated with wasn't really an organized party. It was alternatively called the national republican party the anti jacksonian party and the plain old republican party although this was not related to the modern day party jackson dominated the political landscape during this era from eighteen. Twenty eight to eighteen thirty six. He was president and even after his presidency. He cast a long shadow over american politics. The opponents of jackson were at i simply known as anti jacksonians because they were united in their opposition to jackson. It wouldn't be correct to say that the anti jacksonians were simply a revival of the federalist party. By this time there had been a complete realignment. In the american political system some democratic republicans went on to form the new democratic party but some also became anti jacksonians. The beginning of the whig party began with the nullification crisis. Congress had passed a series of tariffs in eighteen twenty eight and eighteen thirty two which dramatically increase the taxes on imported goods. This was vehemently objected to in the south which called it. The tariff of abominations as the south was highly dependent on agricultural exports
"john quincy adams" Discussed on KTRH
"And 49 at the ktrh Top Tax defenders 24 hour Weather Center Katie, Are you two news time is 10 01 President Trump has announced he will not attend the inauguration Later this month boxes Kevin Corke reports from Washington. The president announced via Twitter that he would be skipping Biden's pending inauguration when the few things he and I've ever agreed on, it's a good thing. I'm not showing up. President Trump will become the fourth Outgoing president and not attend his successors. Inauguration. The others John Adams, John Quincy Adams and Andrew Johnson, so not unprecedented, but it hasn't happened since. 18 69. Following President Trump announcing the decision on Twitter, the Social Media Service cited his message as justification for suspending his Twitter account. Security's been beefed up on Capitol Hill after demonstrators ransacked the building this week. Fox is Mark MEREDITH has the story. There are National Guard troops spread throughout Washington. A new 7 FT tall fence has been installed across Capitol grounds and the new measures they are expected to remain in place for the next month. We're also hearing from House members who jumped into action to defend themselves and their colleagues during the riots. Fox spoke with Texas congressman and Pat Fallon, one of a handful of members who prepared to fight back, even grabbing a hand sanitizing station to physically defend himself. Going to get the pole was very surreal event and it ripped right out of the platform, which surprised me. I think it is partly adrenaline, partly that it wasn't this security. Look, but we were. We're ready to go in. We're all there to protect one another, an army official tells Fox. They're constantly evaluating the security needs around the capital and beyond. At least five people died during the chaos on Capitol Hill Police officer died of injuries sustained during the rioting, according to officials. Ah woman was shot and killed by police on the scene. Three others suffered medical emergencies. Ktrh news time 10 03 very early this morning, a man was leaving a bar and his friend and called an uber to take him home. As he was walking across the street to get into his uber ride. He was shot. A police officer spoke with our TV partner, Channel two. He was confronted by a black Melanie Hoody. Numerous rounds were fired from a pistol buildings over here. We're also hit numerous times. So our complainant was shot and killed on the scene. He was leaving the nightclub space in Midtown in sports. The Texans air introducing Nick Kiss Cirio as general manager comes from New England, where he was director of player development, He says he's not even thinking about player moves. At this point, We'll sit down. We'll have a conversation again. You have to start with your team have an understanding of what you have in place. Before you can actually project what's gonna fit into your building. Syria quashed any trade talks surrounding to Shawn Watson saying quote he's our quarterback. The Rockets beat the magic last night, of course, 1 32 to 90 now tomorrow night at Toyota Center, the Lakers Pre game starts at five on Sports Talk 7 90, We'll pick up the game here at seven on NewsRadio 7 40 ktrh Today on a M 9 50 kprc, the University of Houston beat Tulane Final score 71 to 50. And the mega Millions. Jackpot did not have a winner last night. Now a few people did well when the smaller prizes they got five numbers right but not the mega ball. So they did win a million dollars apiece. But the big jackpot rolls over the 600 Million news on demand at ktrh dot com. Our next update at 10 30 Now Art bell. Somewhere in time John was seen on the news radio 7 40 ktrh. Wait here that hunger calling your name and you need to get over. You Gotta find yourself a brooks weather lit up whether Begin something good. Listen. Some feel for Mama. Soon. They know halfway in between. Gotta give me something before I followed from the peoples in the hot found that old horse of yours and head home down to Roy's, Yeah. It really Rogers restaurants, a steak and cheese sandwich, his bank. It's thin slices of beef steak with melted American cheese smothered with grilled onions on a roll. Roy's a hell, Iggy, and they welcome used day so come on down to boys and Have a cowboy kind of Di Yeah, Steak and cheese made to please At Roy Rogers restaurants Kardashian uber eats are available at participating restaurants..
Biden says Trump skipping inauguration is a "good thing"
"Trump reveals he will will not not attend attend the the inauguration inauguration later. later. This This month month fucks fucks is is Kevin Kevin Corke Corke reports reports from from washing. washing. Into Into the the president president announced announced via via Twitter Twitter that that he he would would be be skipping skipping Biden's Biden's pending pending inauguration inauguration when the few things he and I've ever agreed on, it's a good thing. I'm not showing up. President Trump will become the fourth outgoing president and not attend his successors. Inauguration. The others John Adams, John Quincy Adams and Andrew Johnson, so not unprecedented, but it hasn't happened since. 18 69. Following President Trump announcing that decision on Twitter, the Social Media Service sided his messages justification for suspending his account.
Dallas-Based SMU Presidential Historian Says Better For Nation If Trump Attends Biden Inauguration
"To President Donald Trump's decision not to attend President elect Joe Biden's upcoming inauguration January 20th Jeffrey Angle is the director of the Center for Presidential History at S M u and says the last president not to go to his successors. Inauguration was Andrew Johnson and 18 59 3 presidents to have been impeached, refused to attend their successors Inauguration on Lee Bill Clinton was able to show up Martin Van Buren, John Adams and John Adams son John Quincy Adams for the only other presidents who sat out their successors inaugurations. Tex
We Gather Together - Creating an American Thanksgiving with Denise Kiernan
"So denise. I want to start by asking you to cover the early history of thanksgiving were all taught. From a very early age that the pilgrims landed in plymouth and shared a feast with the native americans living in the area. How close is that accurate. What's so interesting about thanksgiving as we celebrated versus thanksgiving as it has been on this planet for much longer. I'm always fascinated about how traditions and practices evolved the concept of gratitude and giving thanks has been around basically as long as humans have walked the earth. The word thanksgiving and even the practice of thanksgiving has been around for centuries before even conception of the united states of america. Yes the pilgrim's did land at plymouth. Yes the pilgrim's did have a meal with the woman. Og indians was. That proclaimed a thanksgiving now. When thanksgiving became a federal holiday in the united states of america was that event singled out as the reason for establishing that holiday. Now i want to be clear. I am not putting anything out there. That other people haven't said for a while and what's really interesting. I think is that every year. You'll see these. Hey here's the real. This part of thanksgiving and i think part of the reason. Is we tell these stories. We tell this. Essentially two kids in school and then later on when they get into high school or college or whatever we don't necessarily re contextualised and give them the full story so every year it's almost necessary that we keep trotting these things out and contextualisation of history is so important to really kind of look at everything that went into a particular event and thanksgiving again. Like i said you know. I am not the first person to come out. And say yeah. That's not exactly how it happened. But what i'm interested in. And what was one of the linchpins at making me want to do. The book we gather together was the ageless. Timeless concept gratitude view stevens. I'm and author here in madison wisconsin. And i'm thankful for men. Women working press in use of the people. The you don't have a great thanksgiving. There is an alternate true factual story about thanksgiving and gratitude and harvest festivals. And all of those things. And how. The actual holiday came to be in america and evolve and erica so i thought was an alternate entry and wouldn't that be fun and i'm interested. How thanksgiving celebrations changed in the seventeenth and eighteenth century. So a lot of what thanksgiving is rule out of things like harvest festivals. Which again go way. Way back thanksgiving's were often religious practices in various parts of the world. You would set aside a day sometimes for fasting and humiliation as they would say to give thanks for could be particular event. When i was working on we gather together. I came across some really interesting articles including some archives from the atoms stanley. john adams. John quincy adams. Abigail adams and john adams writes in his diary thanksgiving for the repeal of the stamp act. So like that was something. You would have a thanksgiving for declare thanksgiving for thanksgiving's for various wins in battle or days of general thanksgiving or like. I said fasting and humiliation so those sorts of advance existed outside of north america. What we now consider the continental united states they existing europe and those traditions were obviously brought over when people came over but the concept of having days set aside for saying thank. You is something that goes back a very very long time. Tell us about. Sarah josefa so sarah of a hail was so compelling to me because she was a young woman born in the early nineteenth century actually of the eighteenth century. She had no formal schooling but her parents instilled in her a deep deep love of reading and learning and she was obsessed with the written word. She married a man who shared her love of all these things. They used to have study hour together in the evenings. She lost him fairly early on in their marriage and so she was a widowed mother of five children and because of her desire to write ended up becoming one of the most influential editors in the nineteenth century. She edited to popular women's magazines. The american ladies magazine and then go. Jeez ladies magazine which was one of the most popular magazines in the nineteenth century. And just to be able to do that to me whether thing but what really moved me about her was that she had all of these things that she needed not wanted but like needed to do for herself and her children but she still found time to raise money for people who have less than she did and to bring people's attention to causes she thought worthy and her ten city was just. I mean seriously. I was interviewing her thinking good. What have i been doing with my time. You know how i feel like. I'm talking to her. You know when. I am interviewing her. I'm looking at what she wrote. I'm looking at what she was quoted as saying. I'm looking at the book she put out. I'm looking at the end. Policies that she curated
"john quincy adams" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"In that modern history could go back as far as the 18 hundreds of, but to be a little cheeky about it. Yes, since the tradition began of concession in 18 96, with William Jennings Bryan sending a telegram to William McKinley. Yes, every president since then has in fact, conceded. I should say every presidential candidate who was last house, in fact, conceded the special category, though of incumbent presidents running for reelection, who then have to make that concession has been a little funnier. I would say that Herbert Hoover was fairly reluctant to concede in 1932 different rows about So he eventually did as well. Isn't it also true that Eisenhower and Truman would not ride to the inauguration together? Yeah, That's right. Even though again, Harry Truman did run against right D. Eisenhower. There was something of mistrust on the part of the Eisenhower team towards Truman. And indeed, Truman was puzzled by this, he actually wrote. There is no distrust and are and it's also Iike team, so, yeah, in terms of the decision to get to the inauguration itself, the two men did not write together. All right, going into your piece A little further, which I saw it CNN dot com and thought it was terrific. I love history Professor. There are three instances these air not in recent history. Where the sitting president refused to attend the inauguration of his successor. Let's start with the John Adams and 80 No one. What was his problem? What was his beef? I remember from my high school history textbook famously described its frosty and indeed his personalities that comes through that way. 1800. She was running a good someone who not that long that we might actually call bosom friend. That would be Thomas Jefferson, who, by a quirk of the Constitution. Proud to the 12th amendment happened to be his vice president. So in the election of 1800, actually, Jefferson and who was supposed to be his running mate, Arenberg tied Not like Adams on the out either way, and in the process of this decision being made in the process of the House of Representatives, ultimately deciding election. Adam's refused intervening and this after a request from Jefferson to do so. So when the race was finally decided once it was clear, Thomas Jefferson, the next president, all all them that was left for Jonathan to do with the decide. Would he attend his successors Inauguration and he said, No, There might be some reasons why he did. So he left it for in the morning. It is a long carriage ride back from D C to Massachusetts but also This is the first time that we saw the transition between one party and the other in modern American history. And indeed, by Adam's leaving, he may have been motivated by a desire to lower the temperature, so to speak in the capital. In other words, he was a cool customer. Not not necessary is frosty. And but he was a cool customer decided he would only exacerbate the tensions if he stayed. So he got out of dodge. What about his son, John Quincy Adams and 18 29. This is where Andrew Jackson, who is the big hero for Donald Trump comes into American history in 18 29. How so? That's right. John Quincy Adams Chip Happier New England. Black, um, in many ways did file his father's footsteps. He was a longtime member of the administration's before him. He was secretary of state James Monroe. And by the time he ran for president 18 24, he thought of himself as something of a successor to Monroe. Course he didn't anticipate. Major political challenge from Andrew Jackson. Now that 18 24 election is a great example of how the constitutional framework anticipated multiple candidates obtaining electoral votes, and none of those candidates obtaining a majority spent again House of Representatives has to step in to vote and in that boat. Henry Clay, one of the other challengers, actually, his support switch over to Adams. And although Adams had received fewer boats, Jackson he becomes president so that so there's no love lost between John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson last in 18 28 when we see the rematch round to Jackson, Roses, Adams and Jackson but the knockout punch in the Electoral college Then the question becomes what this John Quincy Adams do. And like his father, he decided to get out of these seats. He decided to leave the capital he wrapped actually, the day before that steak hitting the White House and famously, of course, Inter Jackson's inauguration party featured Ah cheese wheel that side of you and me on he needed was crushed to death by the crowds in the White House that Yeah, It was like Caligula in the White House in those days. This is Dr Tomball, Sir Skis, a historian professor of eastern Connecticut State University. All right, one more historical. Story and then I want to get your thoughts on what might happen here on or about January 20th of next year. President Andrew Johnson, of course, came into office with the assassination of Lincoln. And in November of 18 68. We elected Grant, which was Johnson's arch enemy, so he, too rejected going to the inaugural. In fact, Grant rejected the idea of even riding in the same carriage is Johnson Is that correct? Yeah, pretty much, And it stems from the fact that grant himself with a key figure in the impeachment of Andrew Johnson. So it's another interesting comparison here to our present moment. Grant was actually the sort of temporary replacement in the war department for the secretary of War today, by the way, the secretary of defense and when he was essentially put in a position, it was said Gap. The resignation of Edwin Stanton, who was forced out by Johnson and Congress actually did not appreciate that because they had passed something called the tenure in office Act. And it was on the grounds of that that, in fact, the MP Sandra Johnson, so that's where the true hatred came between the two men. And yet at the time Inauguration day roll around, both men refused to even be on the same stage as the other And I would say yes, Since Since then we've seen a tradition of presidents in some way participating in the inaugural their successor. One technicality. We might say that in fact, in 1974. President Richard Nixon resigned and left the White House by Air Force one by helicopter, I should say by marine life on actually, President Ford was sworn in an hour after the fact that so that technicality we might include Richard Nixon on the list. You know, people that have are too young to remember Watergate think that everything is just up for grabs. And you know our heads are all exploding here in 2020, But compared to real American history, we just went through a number of really instances of chappie water. I think we're going to be okay. January of 2021. I think that after these lawsuits are all essentially dismissed. I think the president will line up his move for 2024 starters online TV program. Be a king maker on the red side of the world. And I suspect that Uncle Joe Biden will be inaugurated. I think here without too much disruption. What are your thoughts? Doctor? It's interesting because even though the presidential Succession is an important aspect of this is that sort of extra constitutional way. The media today calls the race they project the race. But of course, it states that certify the elections. And so I think what we're seeing is a politicization of this process, which Previously been respected. Now looking back at the year 2000 though we see Ah passes where by Al Gore didn't concede the race to George W. Bush And so the day before the electoral college mezzo, actually, even within our own memory, there is this. Unfortunate, Um, history here of really no confession happening until it's almost too late. But I kind of agree with you. I think that the Electoral College has proven ah backbone of deciding presidents in our history and then bad beyond that. Let's not forget the fail safe of the house of Representatives have seen that twice already today, and yeah, Inauguration is another institution. Do you think the thing that will?.
Tulsi Gabbard Named Democratic Nominee After Discovery Of Obscure Rule That Grants Nomination To Whoever Wins 0.7% Of The Vote In Missouri
"Massive news from the Democratic National Convention today. US. Representative. Tulsi Gabbard has been named the party's presidential nominee. After DNC vice chairman, Peter may burst into a press conference brandishing dusty copy of the democratic. Party's original eighteen twenty eight charter to announce shocking discovery an obscure rule granting the nomination to whomever wins zero point seven percent of the primary vote in the state of Missouri Opr. CHEAP, political correspondent. Dirk mullins was on the scene and joins us now dirk this was quite a one eighty, right leslie truly one of the most unexpected political turnarounds in US history Tolsey Gabbard, the representative from Hawaii who dropped out of the presidential race and nearly six months ago has now gained the nomination mere moments before Joe Biden was due to become the party's official nominee take a listen. Please folks folks. Let me finish. And I quote from the document itself. Sorry. It's a little dusty. It is here to unanimously decreed. That the candidate, whomsoever procures betwixt the margin of six tenths and eight tenths of the vote in The Majesty state of Missouri Beneath the Pale blood moon. In fallow season shall be made our party's nominee for chief executive. It is a dramatic shakeup that caught even the DNC off guard after they discovered the parchment based rule book locked away in a hidden chamber sealed deep below their archives well. It would've been nice to know this back in March. Obviously. We're GONNA need to destroy a lot of Biden twenty twenty merchandise and we had a lot of folks voting during a pandemic for primary that was essentially meaningless. But ultimately, my hands are tied she one zero point seven percent of the Missouri. Vote. What else are we supposed to do while truly unprecedented but what does this mean? For? Democrats in two, thousand, twenty well, it's not good representative or I should say nominee Gabbard has virtually no name recognition and she's pulling in the low single decimal points no one has been able. To get in touch with her either due to her lack of any staff or campaign infrastructure. Frankly, we're not even sure what platform consists of something like ending foreign military bases. I don't really remember now Tulsi Gabbard cheese the senator from Massachusetts. Correct. Now I believe you're thinking of Elizabeth Warren Mistake, it's the one with the crystal the self-help one Marianne Williamson Oh interesting. well, I've got to admit I have no idea who you're talking about then but with that said, she did win the exact sliver of the vote in Missouri that counts in terms of receiving the presidential nomination. That's all that matters right now, what does the Biden campaign saying? This must be a disappointment for them. It certainly is they're searching for a workaround by arguing this decision is superseded by an even. Older precolonial taxed that magnificant democracy him from sixteen, Eighty two. That's the old pamphlet about how to keep Goblins from emerging out of hell and overrunning a functioning democracy. Right? That's right now, those passages suggest only papist like Joe Biden for example, has the power to resist the quote devils. Karnal source laments so far though the Democratic Party has stuck to its guns on this point seven percent of Missouri principle though. Tolsey two, thousand, twenty or bust incredible. It looks that way. We haven't seen this big of a shakeup since John Quincy Adams to the White House due to a loophole in the Electoral College granting the presidency to any candidate born with six toes on his left foot. Really stunning news. Thanks for the report dirk that's Dirk
How To Navigate Stress
"Everyone? This is Patrick Baranov. I'm here to do a Webinar on how to effectively navigate stress and lead slash help others and the reason I have lead in there because to me as we go through this. I think you'll see that. This is not just a workshop on how to navigate stress internally, but to me this is about this is a leadership workshop where I spend most of. My time working with organizations so a little bit of background. Be Behind me. I run a podcast called lead like no other actions that inspire which will soon be changing to leadership reimagined, and that really is. Based on a lot of the work that I've been doing this podcast has been in existence for. Almost, two years now, but some of my background ice tablist, my business in two thousand eight, which, for those that remember that was our last financial crisis so I'm I'm familiar with the space for for what that's worth, and there are three areas that I focus. My work on one is on emotional intelligence. A model that I use is out of Australia. The group is called Genus, and it's a workplace model I also do a lot of work both disk in the five dysfunctions of a team. In combining those and then the last piece, it's like a three legged stool. Is Around Influence and bias research. And I was able to get certified and trained under a gentleman named Robert Dini down in Phoenix Arizona, the three of those for all of the work that I do and what we're GonNa talk about today in regards to leader stress, management and leading. Are All relevant and pieces. Those will come out throughout this. So. Here's some contact information for me as well. And I will start this out as I mentioned to me this leadership workshop. Even though we're talking about stress, management and I say that from this quote. John Quincy Adams said if your actions inspire someone. To Do to dream, more learn more do more and become more your leader. Nothing in here about a title and I think we really have an opportunity. It's our actions that will inspire others, and how we relate to stress and navigate stress, ourselves will have the ability to impact other people around us to, and that's why they're so important. So, the objectives here right explore the biological psychological and social aspects of the Human Stress Response, and it is a response and we're GONNA. Look at it really from a few different areas right the physical, emotional, spiritual and intellectual impact of stress, and it really does impact all of those. So then we'll look at understanding. What are some of the coping strategies that we can use to either increase, or what once damage our resilience? And this really is meant to be almost a buffet, even though you probably can't find buff as anymore because of the environment we're in. That this really will be an opportunity to take a look at what are some different strategies that I can use that fit in in my lifestyle. You don't need to choose them all. But there's something here for everybody in terms of how you can effectively navigate, stress yourself or help somebody else. And then from there, we'll look at a model that I put together and it's journal actually. Called the power. Journal, and there are a number of activities in that promote both wellbeing resilience. And this is based on a lot of research I will say foundationally. One of them is based on one that was done by gentleman named Sean Acre. WHO A HARVARD RESEARCHER! And he did what was called the twenty one day challenge, and he actually did this back in Glebe two thousand nine, so at that point of financial crisis before. And he actually did it with A. Group Company that was in the financial industry. And what they found when they when they did these activities that we'll talk about the end. That the the individuals that were able to follow through on this twenty one day challenge themselves to be in a happier place and to me if we can identify those things and find that and find a way to be happier, rebuild more resilient and well. Being I think all of us want that. Especially now. So a couple pieces of research talking about the origins of stress. If you weren't familiar before you probably are now in regards to the CDC their definition of stress, harmful, physical and psychological responses when job requirements don't match capabilities, skills, resources, or needs of the worker and I think in the environment that we're in now. Most of US probably feel stress in one of those areas. Now, what's important here is this. CDC's definition also goes on to say that this should not be confused with challenges and I've listed. You stress here. Because we need stress stresses important for us as well because it provides us an opportunity. To grow and improve. It's only when we lose control of it. That it becomes damaging to us and really that's what this workshop or webinars focused on. Undoing is providing ways that we can take the stress that we're dealing with the situations that we're dealing with and find ways to navigate those and I would say almost leverage these. So the next piece I'll talk about. Is this one that was done by the? American psychological, association. This was a survey. Twenty fourteen where they served. A little over three thousand individuals, and they ask them questions in four different areas, work money, family and health. I've only listed to here. Is it relates to both work in financial stress but I think if we were to take this today. We probably would all agree that? These would probably higher than sixty percent.
NFL stars urge Clemson to remove slave owner's name
"Hey these are some rough days now for Clemson football you've got some stuff brewing down their former Clemson Clemson players at the Andre Hopkins and deshaun Watson they're actually petitioning the university to remove the name of John C. Calhoun from the school's honors college with Hopkins noting that the slave owners influence is the reason he does not mention the university's name when he's introduced well for NFL games yeah this is heavy that's how who served as vice president under John Quincy Adams work back in eighteen twenty five through eighteen twenty nine now yeah he advocated for slavery saying it was a positive good now the campus that part me the Clemson campus is built on
Random Facts That Will Blow Your Mind
"My Name's Moxy. And this is your brain on facts in the first version of Toy Story. Woody wasn't a toy cowboy. He was ventriloquist's dummy and he was a creepy sadist. Who at one point pushes buzz? Light year out a window. The standard-issue female CPR training dummy sometimes called recession. Got Her face from the death mask of a young woman who drown in the Seine in Paris. The death mask was made so that her family could hopefully identify her later but local artists began buying copies to act as inspiration. An expert sword fighter once stole a corpse that they plan to leave in the bed of their lover when they sprung her from a convent which they would burn down behind them. The swashbuckler is name. Julie WTI age nineteen fellow brainiacs. I'm Dan Pugh and I'm Shana. Harrison Rob Peter to pay. Paul means to take from one person in order to pay another. But did you know in the eighteen? Hundreds there was a slang term based on this phrase instead of Rob Peter to pay Paul One might say to maneuver the apostles if you like whimsical adventures check us out on bunny trails. A word hits three podcast every Wednesday wherever you listen the movie. Heaven's gate put United Artists Studios out of business. After the directors demands tripled the budget antique trains that required a different gauge of track to be laid. Two hundred and fifty extras taught to Ice Skate. With old timey skates and twelve hundred extras. Who had to be taught to ride horses? Use whips and drive wagons by day. Six of filming. They were already five days behind schedule. The best selling video game hero. Mario was originally called jump. Man The name. Mario came from the landlord of Nintendo's warehouse. The British navy still had daily rations of rum for sailors until July. Thirty First Nineteen Seventy speaking of the seventies the US Navy issued their sailors bell-bottoms until nineteen. Ninety nine my husband still has his complete with his last name. Stenciled on the back. Hey Everyone Christine Castle beauty here from footnoting history with fashion fast fact to celebrate the one hundredth episode of your brain on facts. When John Quincy Adams was inaugurated as President of the United States on March fourth? Eighteen twenty five. He set a fashion precedent. You see Adams was the first president to wear long trousers to his inauguration instead of the traditional knee breeches. Now you know. The man who created flaming hot cheetos was a custodian. Frito lay at the time. He took some unflavored cheetos home and added a Lotta Street corn seasoning. He's now an executive at PepsiCo. There are more plastic. Flamingos in the world. Than REAL FLAMINGOS. There are more tigers in captivity in the US than there are wild in the rest of the world and they're also more juggle OHS fans of the insane clown posse than there are polar bears. Now it'd be a good time to mention that I am not liable for your therapy bills. The precursors to rollercoasters. We're called Russian mountains. They were sled rides down an icy track. Sometimes two hundred feet or sixty two meters tall there were of course no safety features
Fire Destroys $2 Million Concord Mansion; Crews Struggled To Get Water
"Well a multi million dollar homes built back in eighteen ninety nine destroyed by fire yesterday in Concord WBZ TV is Jim Smith telling us fire crews worked through the night cooling down the hot spots remaining at its height it was an inferno consuming the mansion which dates back to the late eighteen hundred built for a descendant of John Adams the fire quickly got out of control to care takers had been inside the fair haven hill road home and scrambled outside when they smelled smoke the homeowner away caretaker to distract from the house she I believe she walked and she's I guess a lot older and then and then they started to notice some small the chief says the fire got a head start before they even arise fire crews had a tough time getting enough water to fight the blaze home originally built for Charles Francis Adams the third eight grand son of president John Quincy Adams and the great great grandson of president John
"john quincy adams" Discussed on Bunny Ears
"Here's a little Tokyo here. Yeah. It's very little. So little that you didn't realize it's microscopic, also love parks, barbecue, and Koreatown. Have you been there on Vermont? I haven't Korean barbecue. Thank you, there, I'll take you guys for Korean barbecue cook it in front of you, or they. Yeah, they right on the table. That's, that's the best one because it's got charcoal on the on the cost. So smell to I'm almost article grill yet. No, I'm big fan of anything that's been hana's adjacent. Again. I love it when they cooked your food in front of you. That's, that's, that's my thing when it with my band. We used to at the end of every tour, it was, I demanded that we go to Benny hana's afterward to celebrate. So, so cool you make a new music now now. No, no. Again, mean it was like we weren't even like making music. I think that's that's very loose term or whatever we did parodies of the velvet underground. So we're writing like a the music or anything like that. It was just listen. We would rhyme mushrooms with mushrooms. Look, I mean that was where we win those two words rhyme yet. No chef Wrigley perfectly, right? Perfectly rhyme lady last night about this and. Talking about different cities, like, you know, oh, I've been to Madison, Wisconsin, that kind of somehow messing Wisconsin came up in a casual conversation. But so we'll get. No. I've been there and. And then I realized new actually I've been all like it was a good excuse to go over the whole country, essentially like. Yeah. So multiple countries name all the presidents I can to. Can you really? Yeah. Really? Yes. Oh, wow. That's cool. Yeah, I'll go back to back or all name one, do you wanna do it in order in order? Okay. Go ahead, George Washington. Oh, wait. Yeah. That's right. John, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson Madison, James Madison, James Monroe. And then he got a Adams again. John Quincy Adams yet. Yeah, that's you got out to you. I said, Adams. Andrew Jackson van Buren, Martin van Buren. You do. All the president. I don't never met another American. That can all the press. No believe me. I, I know what villian Henry Harrison he died in thirty days. And then he got a Tyler John Tyler. Yes, yes, I know. Okay, then it would be don't fuck presidents. I know it's. It would be James k poke poke and was after it was at the Tyler where we at where at ten. That's eleven that's eleven so twelve is at Pierce knock retailer dairy go Taylor. Then peers, then it is Millard Fillmore than Franklin Pierce. Yes. 'cause Milledgeville more. He's like he's thirteen. He's like the unlucky president. And then James Buchanan. Yes, who is considered short Trump, the worst president. Yeah. Trumps favorite Andrew Jackson's favor. Yeah. No got God fucking blessed. Everybody. Again, Jesus Christ been Lincoln. Yeah. Of course, Lincoln get Jackson. And then, then you, then you have the general Johnson after Lincoln. Yeah. Sorry johnson. Sorry as Jackson. Then you have all the generals. Rant is Ulysses grant Rutherford b Hayes James Garfield dago, then you would have yourself chant Chester Arthur. Yeah. Good old Chet Grover Cleveland Benjamin Harrison. And then back to Cleveland and non consecutively, the only one. Yup. And then you would have yourself a William McKinley. Yep. And then that's when we start into the modern era Roosevelt yet. Teddy are. Howard taft. Woodrow wilson. Warren, g Harding, Calvin Coolidge. Hoover Hoover eggo Franklin Delano Roosevelt Lyndon Johnson. No Truman Lyndon Johnson. No, no, no Truman goes Eisenhower. Choosen eisenhower. Yes. Eisenhower, and they Nick..
"john quincy adams" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Talking about the presidents. John adams. And John Quincy Adams thing that followed. Representing their young country abroad. They were literally citizens of the world and to a greater extent than anyone else of the founding era. Pantheon. They stood as proud Americans not converts to old world forms has many wrongly indicated they believed in expertise and government that promoted expertise over popularity. Get remarkably it was John Quincy Adams, the second president Adams, who was the first to pronounce in his eighteen twenty-five inaugural address that America deserve to be called a functional Representative democracy. It wasn't Jefferson who's typically seen as the first man of the people it wasn't the free-wheeling. Andrew Jackson either the impulsive, clannish vindictive Jackson. Here he is stringing up. His hapless predecessor John Quincy Adams, Jackson had aids to compose his formal speeches, he craved loyalty and richly, rewarded his friends. That was his style, making the land, safer more upstarts like himself to profit in the southern manner as slave owning entrepreneurs. Jackson didn't read history, let alone him by political fault. Jackson was not predisposed to enact democracy in any real way, it seems odd thing to say, but John Adams lived more like a frugal Republican, then Thomas Jefferson, and John Quincy Adams was a better democrat than Andrew Jackson. Up your minds around that one. You see democracy is proclaimed more than it is practiced that is all the president's Adams were saying on the basis of their comprehensive studies of history and human psychology. John Adams was a disciple of the enlightenment as much as Jefferson co author Nancy Eisenberg, at the heart of this Revolutionary Movement was the impulse to unmask superstitions, like the divine right of kings, and cultivate independence of thought. John Adams held that a desire for fame could be sound in every heart same needed an audience, the rulings Hugh needed the masses to worship their riches. And there might. This is why he dentist by the danger of the cult of personality. The cult of personality is when the personality of the leader is acquainted with the nation. The worshiped idle replaces we the people as the sole of the body, politic. Now Adams watched the cult up close and personal I when he was in France. There. Franklin Franklin seduced, the educated, elite as America's first rockstar. Adams understood the desire among human beings to be seen and loved. He's on the fourth of spectatorship. Then there was the opposite, the fear of obscurity of insignificance long before. Andy Warhol news that every American wants fifteen minutes of fame Adams place, the danger of adolescent at the center of his constitutional theory. What glittered in the eyes of men and women was often, the most superficial of dazzling distractions. He explained the birth riches and beauty short power in Aristotle's sees that society's invariably, divided people into classes, that political parties, use the same method in marketing candidates, and attractive appearance. A prominent name a glamorous reputation if that wasn't enough, lies flattery, and quackery his delightful word would keep supporters mesmerized, John Adams understood that politics was a con game as far back as seventeen ninety. His point was that these impulses emerge in all governments republics and democracies alike. A society that rewards ambition cannot avert avert the Ned scramble for public recognition. But he went further groups like holiday was responsible for the sham worship of the lustrous few since the majority of people would never take to the stage. They live vicariously through their idols. Vicarious was his word. What he was saying is that the people felt a special kind of sympathy for the powerful. It wasn't just the corrupt politicians rode into office on inflated, reputations. It was the voters lived for the show. We document these things in our book. They are not selectively drawn. So as to simply resonate with the current political scene, which a lot of people think and forget that we started researching this book long before the current political seeing. Americans tell themselves, they value independent thinking in the enlightenment sense of that phrase. But in fact, citizens still swoon over the rich and famous. They join crowds cheering fans Adams of extrapolated from this to say that mob mentality is a dangerous force contained within democracies, and it's often inflamed by the partisan press party organizers from Alexander Hamilton forward has found a way to exploiting the imaginary bond between voters and their heralded leaders in the first presidential election in seventeen eighty eight eighty nine. Hamilton made sure that southern electors withheld their votes for Adams by spreading a rumor that new Englanders might steal the election from Washington. From Hamilton's perspective. There could be only one surrogate, king one idolized star. Washington's presidency borrowed. The trappings of royalty, the chief executive was housed in a grand mansion. He wrote in a lavishly equipped carriage any held intimate courtly receptions, with a capital, elite. He made two Grand, National tours like the king of England. His birthday was a holiday, national holiday. Washington's image was known to all a visiting Russian dignitary remarked that Americans kept treasured portrait's of Washington in their homes much like the Russians worshiped icons of the saints. Now, Adams cleverly dissected the cult of Washington. He uses terrible skill to explain the worship of Washington. The generals first, and most important trait was Adams, emphasized his handsome face. Waxed? His tall stature he was six foot three. Elite breeding was evident in his elegant floor, his graceful movements and his largest state. Washington was a man of few words Adams, joked that his fellow Virginians adored him because a MO the planter elite, the geese are all swans. Anuj matters more than genius Adams new this. We know it to be true as well. Voters take manufactured qualities as signs of innate. Character. Adams, of course, suffered by comparison to Washington. He acquired the nasty nickname of his rotundi, a labels started wild vice president and was used in the election of eighteen hundred. Political gamesmanship became more circus, like by the time, the second Adams entered a presidential contest in eighteen twenty four when then secretary of state. John Quincy Adams was seeking the presidency. A cartoon captured the foot race so called that morph into what pollsters pundits to this tech to this day term of presidential courts race. And this is relevant because tonight is the Kentucky Derby. In the cartoon. John Quincy Adams is head of the Georgia. William Crawford by knows why Andrew Jackson. So why Andrew Jackson's wrestling his military uniform is on their tail and coming up fast? All John Adams, stands at the front of the crowd cheering on his son while spectators place, wagers only outcome. This is democracy at its worst, a spectacle, the election campaign, isn't about philosophies or policies, but a gamble the excitement of the race is what matters most. In eighteen twenty eight when the second president Adams lost election to Jackson, he's found himself not only running against a national hero, but against a far better organized, pro Jackson party machine. The New Yorker Martin van Buren was Jackson's electioneering. Guru building on the earlier New Yorker Hamilton's playbook. Jackson's admirers tried to remote him into the air, the noble Washington, but the effort failed because Jackson was known to be imperious impulsive and blustering, and too many concerned, autocratic. The general was promoted with a lavish campaign biography, the first of its kind, his rash, arbitrary behaviour was recast as a cardinal virtue. That is he Zibin frontier boldness and manly vigor while the accumbens Adams was overly cerebral, there was something even darker at work here. John Quincy Adams concluded the Jetsons followers were really and this is in his words and very important obsequious champions of executive power. And Jacksonian democracy wasn't fact, a warrior cult of conquest democracy. Was a smokescreen western expansion. Drove politics slaveholders, wanted slavery to expand to the Pacific behind the screen was a union of land, speculators and southern slaveholders. John Quincy Adams was elected to congress in eighteen thirty after his one term, presidency, ended it wasn't unusual move never to be repeated. He remained in the house until he died. It is desk in eighteen forty eight. Parties ruled the art of party drilling as he called. It was quasi-military party membership became riotous, and that's his word to with sanctimonious calls to liberty allowing southern Democrats to purchase auxiliary support for slavery from Freeman of the north, what could be a greater irony Jackson. Head of the Democratic Party. Jefferson's supposedly small government party was now a party of unchecked executive power. Electioneering rhetoric cast John Quincy Adams as a princely air a man comfortable with titles and rituals of the Royal European courts where he had so long served as a diplomat. Somehow like his father before him. He was a secret promoter. Alana Ricky vici, Eisenberg co author, the book, the problem of democracy. The sad truth is this the cult of personality could hide Olson's twist, the truth, and voters often didn't care for John Quincy Adams, what had happened. Was that slave? Slaveholding oligarchy had taken hold of the presidency, along with the allusion of what textbooks, call Jacksonian democracy. It would be helpful at this point to elaborate a bit on the two epigraph both from eighteen fourteen that opened our book. The first is from ex president John Adams. Remember democracy never lasts long. It's sued wastes, exhausts and murders itself. There never was a democracy, yet that did not commit suicide. It is in vain to say that democracy is less pain. Less proud, less selfish, less ambitious, or less avaricious than aristocracy or monarchy. Those passions are the same in all men under all forms of government, and went on checked produce the same effects of fraud, violence and cruelty. He means there needs to be a healthy democratic element in government, a force that promotes class balance. There will always be monied interests. But these need to be contested within the institutions of government by those whose interests are not so confined. But democracy, like government by the few or by a monarch is inherently unstable because equality is impossible because some emerging become privileged if democracy does not then morph into our stock rec- or money to oligarchy it implodes on its own accord, as Mabo Crecy devolving into anarchy this heady stuff. We say democracy tends to civility, but we know it doesn't exhibit as social media in two thousand nineteen democracy is anxious is anxious because of envy. It needs help it needs a survival plan. And that's all that Adam senior meant in referring to democracy suicide. Title tendencies democracy, did not does not automatically produce equal educational opportunity or equal access to government. Good government, therefore requires expertise, unbiased representation that doesn't have to compete with a thousand cacophonous voices all clamoring for something. Now, here's Jay QA also writing in eighteen fourteen in his case from Stockholm during the period when he was part of the negotiating team, seeking to end the unproductive or eighteen twelve he writes in truth, human nature itself is little more than a composition of inconsistencies. Throughout his political career the second president Adams, regarded, Capitol Hill, debates as a cruel drama, perpetrated by scheming, men, the moral philosophy. His father read the moral philosophy. He upheld emphasized? The dictates of our moral faculties, the manhood of self command here, citing Adam Smith. It's what led them to be independence to go against the grain in refusing to here to the dictates of a party. It was moral ambiguity, that the two atoms is most disparaged in human affairs. Politics was, and is about the nature of authority and the character of those who wielded human nature rules, people are ruled by the authority. They accept we understand why the Adamses are not perceived as democratic and spirit for them leaders ought to be in secular terms among the elect, yet, being electable shouldn't be the sole qualification for election. But under the two party system, that's what often determines who gets in electability to an atoms, the elect are meant to perform a positive public service to sacrifice es and fortune, in order to be the eyes and ears of the whole people. Igloo Burstein co author, the book the problem of democracy through our historical lens. We see the presidential elections often contribute little to advancing real democracy. The Adams is praised the town meeting because for them, it was the true training ground. Whereas the elder Adams, put it all the inhabitants of choir from infancy accustom of.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"That is false. They think okay to you wanna go the other way or fall when ago fall someone in that eleven to fifteen range. Okay. All three of you are correct. I'm trying to think who William Henry Harrison got Zachary Taylor. Both died in office before Lincoln. Although Lincoln was the first president to be assessing Harrison died just one month into his presence. Hot a pneumonia. Iman was in the procession for his inauguration. Taylor died a year into office from what is basically food poisoning because he's still the Rams quarterback coach. He's now the Bengals had things. All right. So great Steve to Curtis one. Our number three. There have been two father son presidents, John Adams and John Quincy Adams, George H W Bush and door JR. W Bush, but there's never been. A grandfather grandson combination to become president Mace true or false. Grandfather grandson, I'd say that's false. Okay. Greg. I'm going to say. False Curtis although the ANC true Curtis. You're now way behind it is false. William Henry Harrison and his grandson Benjamin Harrison were both presidents. So there go, okay. Never four of our first six presidents only, John Adams and his son John Quincy Adams failed to serve two terms. Greg. The other four guys all did two terms true or false. I'm gonna say fall. Okay, curtis. Yeah. I'm gonna go to Steve I think Adams was beaten by Jefferson, so true or false. I think. Rephrase question. I six presidents only John Adams and his son John Quincy Adams failed to serve two terms. Saw the other ones did I'm gonna say. I'm gonna say that's true. Mason is correct. Like forty and forty I I. George Washington, Thomas, Jefferson, James, Madison and James Monroe, all served two terms. The other guys Quincy Adams and Adams lost after the Adams was the second president. And then he was beaten by Jefferson. And what do I get that? Right. I gotta know you didn't you missed it. Was you guessed false. It was true right here. We go. Gerald Ford is the only president not to be elected to the office as vice president or president Curtis..
"john quincy adams" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"All right before we get out of here for this president's day little presidential trivia. From business insider, this is. George Washington was a big dancer. Yep. He was a regular dancer through his teens came to be regarded as an important social interaction. Calling it the gentler conflict, whatever he meant by that. I don't know. Thomas Jefferson, fueled his passion for the country's fine wines and unique foods. Yep. Including he loved French fries ice cream. Mac and cheese for which he is credited for popularizing America's. So when your kids want MAC and cheese, you can refer them to a learning moment. A teaching moment of Thomas Jefferson was the one who popularized MAC and cheese in America. He apparently brought the idea. From his time in France. I don't know John Quincy Adams liked to go skinny dipping. He was notoriously meticulous. He kept daily journals that detailed is morning routine after waking up at four or five AM Adams would walk two miles. To the Potomac river and get out of his close by the shore. And then go swim. If you swim in the Potomac river today, you would keep your clothes on. No not for decency because the rivers. Pretty filthy. Andrew jackson. Liked cockfighting illegal in every state in the nation. But Andrew Jackson, our seventh. President was an enthusiast. And it was rumored that he had cockfights in the White House. Somehow there's a joke there, but I will leave that up to you. Teddy roosevelt. He was a sickly child. And. He was as he got older, he became an avid sportsman. He boxed throughout his presidency. He likes boxing. And a lot of political cartoon showing him in. The rope are in the ring leaned against the ropes waiting for a challenger to come get them. Calvin Coolidge who some people like to refer to as the worst president our nation had in the twentieth century. Okay. We all have our things. He. So much enjoyed horse riding for exercise that he had an electric horse installed in the White House. The two speeds, trot and gallop. So some people were doing cockfighting in the White House and some people were boxing in the White House and some people were writing. Their electric horse. And the White House, George Washington, you wonder how he made his money. You know, we made his money way the way that. JFK's father made his money booze. The only thing was George Washington owned a legal profitable whisky distillery in mount Vernon. At peak production in seventeen ninety nine. They produced eleven thousand gallons of whiskey his sales that year. This is in seventeen ninety nine were seven thousand five hundred dollars. That was the Smithsonian was the biggest distillery in our nation in seventeen ninety nine. Gerald ford. It's funny because when Saturday Night Live for started a Chevy Chase was making fun of of Gerald Ford tripping all the time, but he was probably the most athletic of all of our presidents. And when he was a young man he was. You had a girlfriend Phyllis Brown, the fashion model? She persuaded him to invest in a modeling agency and the do some modeling himself. So he was a model when he was a young, man. Teddy Roosevelt wore a ring containing a lock of Abraham Lincoln's hair at his second inauguration, you'd been a longtime admirers of Lincoln as a child and he watched Lincoln's funeral procession pass by his house in New York. John. Hey who had worked for Lincoln in the White House gave Roosevelt? The ring knowing that Roosevelt would treasure it. Warlock if his hair. Let's see John Quincy Adams had the skinny Dipper. James, madison. And Thomas Jefferson were both arrested in Vermont. So you can arrest the president. Jefferson and Nadison had the gall to take a carriage ride on a Sunday, which at the time was against the state law in Vermont. It was against the law on Sundays. Nation has changed a little bit hasn't it? Abraham LINCOLN son, Robert witnessed the death of his father. He was there at Ford theatre. He also was in the vicinity when James Garfield was shot and William McKinley. He was summoned to Peterson housewares fatherly dine moments after Garfield was shot at a railroad station in eighteen eighty one. Robert Lincoln had spoken with him. Lincoln was also in the same building when McKinley was shot in one thousand nine hundred one. So he was at three assassinations. I wonder if anybody ever suspected him. Ever. Don't know. Don't go anywhere near Reverend Lincoln of you know, the guy. Herbert Hoover was a big diva insisted that staff never lay eyes on him around the White House. And he didn't want to see them either. Led to the staff planer laborat- game of hide and seek Gordon to White House journalist staffers would pile into closets and hide behind bushes. So the Herbert Hoover couldn't see them. I know some people in TV world who have that.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"When you hear phone numbers lease will do not call. Greetings. Here we go. One more time down freedom's highway on talk feel like no not trail. Black conservative talk coming from a Christian perspective looking at life through the lens of scripture. Hey, black man, that's most certainly pleased that Lord blessed needs to be a citizen of this country. And we are still open to hear about those great contributors to the liberation of the black man black men and women who fought as well as white individuals both black and white in the context of Richard Alan and John Quincy Adams men who loved the Christian faith love. God those types of folks. Now, I'm being specific those types of folks that fought in the battle and did what they did. We'd love to hear you share them with us doing this black history month within and let me say it for the third time within the context of people like John Quincy Adams, the Christian, very devout, man. Man, and Richard Alan. Hey, started the Methodist church want you to be if you feel like you'd like to share it with us one eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five some of the things we've been talking about. And we were forced to focus on this morning is what the what the rapid the rapid. Oh my goodness. I'm lost for words. I mean, even the minute Nancy Pelosi and her gang took over the White House. Not the White House the house of representatives. I mean, this obsession with the things that speak to the sexual life in there. You know, good Lord. Maybe somebody can explain it to me that this is such a high priority. Do you think is because of the divine word of God speaks against it? And the bottom line in all of this is that it is against God. I wonder what I wonder what what we? We're going to talk with some of you out there in radio land. Here's penny. And is that correct? Baltimore virginia. Absolutely. I'm in northern Virginia or around the radio station and W W R C five seventy out of Baltimore and the other berries in Maryland. I you were a couple of your callers were calling about the abortion Bill that was defeated in Virginia delegates house of delegates. Good. The reason I'm calling is to urge all of your listeners to make contact with the staff of any of your politicians that are either running for a local state or national offices. To truly give them the support that you can it is very important, whether you can stuff envelopes or put signs in people's yards or knock on doors to ask people if they could put a candidate sign in their in their yard, or or orients, you can be a precinct, captain, it is incredibly important, and and even more so important, if you can spare twenty bucks, I it it is the this woman is a copy TransCo new delegate for my district and. She was she was sponsored on a national level by the democrat party and the Republican party here in Virginia just decided that they weren't going to give her challenger any support because they brought in the full support of the democrat party on national level. A gave this woman five hundred thousand dollars start her you know, to start their campaign. So she is a new delegate for us, and the pretty much the first thing that she has sponsored has been the Bill again say that Bill again to me 'cause distracted book was the Bill. The the abortion Bill the infanticide? Okay. That was that was justified it on I believe it was Thursday just defeated in the in the state house, and the one that Ralph north, you know, the one that Ralph Northam went on radio and talked about how they would comfort an infant while while having a discussion as to whether to end the baby's light. You know, very very disheartening to see this happening in our country. But I am I am a new person into the structure of my counties political Republican party. I'm a I'm a a precinct captain, and it's a bit of a heavy lift, but they're they're hundreds of people below me that are, you know, knocking on doors, and and and putting signs in people's yards about for the next candidate and things like this. And and it's really important that we all have something to give. Yes. And it is so incredibly important that we defend the sanctity of life against these monsters. Oh, yeah. And and so I really want to urge all of your listeners to contact your your your local politicians, contact your state Titian and just ask can, you know, whatever they can give whether it's a few hours or whether it's you weekends. Close to the election. Whatever make me phone. Call put signs up talk to people hosta hosted a delegate in your home with your friends. It it all it has to be such a grassroots effort. And and people don't realize how meaningful that is to a young campaign and to a future candidate penny. Thank you for being that worker that you are. And he again, you're trying to arouse the troops. You know, we need what Paul revere. We we needed somebody and a very pleasant. Good morning everyone. This is Brian and master control. And we're going to be joined live now with the brotherly as he wishes to say good morning to the Joshua's trail audience and brother. I wish I could say good morning. But this is not going to be a good morning. I'm going to say some things that are going to be extremely devastating. I'm saying to all my listeners by time. I get through you're going to have such a contempt for me. So it's going to take all of your strengths and all of your power keep from hating. You're waiting the all the way. The other side I'm going to. Speaks to profit utterance. It's a judgment word. God is declared judgment on all of us. And when I get through you more than. Clearly understand. What I'm saying? First of all. Our sense. Coachman. I don't know if it's tomorrow or next week. God of heaven is going to join us. Who have so miserably failed him? I'm going to name about seven or eight things. Before I deal with the most devastating pod. What I'm about to say. I'm gonna start off with the. Item list of indictments against so many. I don't know. Number two. I'll save the Matthew could get a pen and a paper if you will. I would be talking about the Matthew nineteen nine. Syndrome at the end of. This message. But for now. Adam number two. We practice in every day. And sometimes in practicing San God is Mercifully trying to call us from evil away. One of the greatest things in America today. Is that day five days a week six seven days a week? We came out children to the prince of darkness and a godless educational system. That has told us it hates Scott. See we feed out children every day. God's gonna hold us accountable. Every parent that has their child in public education. Is sitting every day. It's an active San. To give you a children to the public educational system that has declared. Since nineteen sixty two is hatred for God and has dispute. Declarations of support homosexuality and all the other. Will practice day including abortion, but every day. Parents you knowingly. Wickedness by supplying without children and your resources. Item number three. Women disobey first Corinthians. Eleven chapter. One through sixteen. I'm I'm not arguing to theology by the way on these versus. I'm just giving a final judgment message women disobeyed first Corinthians eleven one through sixteen worshiping with their heads on a cupboard. It's a simple sixteen versus we've wrestled it to our own destruction. I am number four. Over ninety percent. Every churchgoing individual. According to the word of God. Rob Scott of his ties and is offering over ninety seven percent Jesus said in Matthew twenty third chapter twenty third. I. That we ought not leave the tie on. Nowhere in the scripture Jesus released from that moral law. Argue the point this is just a message of prophecy today. And so not only that item number. In second. I Timothy correction. I Timothy the second chapter nine thirtyish women are instructed to find their model to emulate and copy in the word of the Lord that says copy, the old women the most stylish women in the book of Peter. I peter. The third chapter one through six. Wait a minute. Once again in Monash. To allow the old women to be their model, Sarah in particular, and in that portion of scripture, you find I believe the various with this is precious in the sight of God. But the San of abandoning the dress code of the bible in accepting the world, so common and pervasive in the church. The bible speaks to. Cold that would have women still dressing almost exactly to the women in the days of the prophet. So the New Testament, but I know you laugh you laugh, but but God I've heard individuals who were raised in holding raised in. Methods of. Two hundred years ago laugh at how they were bought up laugh at the old teaching I heard people like one of the whining girls on TV laughing. Wait a used to trestle when they went to pass the sticks. That's blasphemy. That's a hideous in one day being accounting for that. Then item number six Hebrews chapter verse twenty five. As you see the day approaching the coming of the Lord the end of time, we ought to symbol all the more. And by the way in the going. Thing with the ladies if a man wears address, he's called a transvestite. When a woman wears a pair of pants. We changed it to being natural incorrect. But the word of the Lord shows us that when mangers like women women Drexel man, it's an abomination strongest word of a detests moment in the bible and New Testament reaffirms for speed at three and four one says waitress in the sight of God. Great. Pants is an expression about rebellion ladies against God. Item number six Hebrews chapter twenty five. Said well, we ought to assemble in the house of God more when we see the day approaching. Our they many Christians only go to service once a week. Heartedly for forty five minutes winning a growing up tradition. It was sometime half today. Three times a day two times a day. They're against simple versus a script. You very simple. But they're not simple because they will audit by the God of heaven. I know that the King James version is not the original manuscript. But I believe in its accuracy to most degrees. I don't say that behind. Every course is correct. But inconsistent with a consistent flow of scripture. I believe it's correct. Hebrews ten twenty five. So if you're not going to church all of them, all if you've abandoned Sunday school walked away from Wednesday night or Friday night presser. You a practicing sin because you're not doing what God says to do. Whenever God says, the do something means for us. To do it somewhere along the way we. Lost the sense of what God became something. Funny. We don't take him serious. But beloved when I get through today. And the last part of my presentation to say, the least is going to possibly destroy some of you. But don't let it don't let it. And then in I Timothy the second chapter eleven through twelve bible explicitly and simply forbid women to hold the position of a past the full gospel movement has brought about damnable here rec- that they would have to be given account for before the God of heaven and earth first committee to very eleven through twelve says that man should not sit subject to women simple statement. We we checked it of God. One about to establish own gospel. Then there is item number eight..
"john quincy adams" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Thomas biography of MRs Louisa John Quincy Adams is entitled Louisa starting. Our life of MRs add all this is prologue the birth of three sons and a daughter after many miscarriages the loss of the daughter in Russia. The crisis of the losing of her of her daughter Louisa the travels from Petersburg in winter, December fourteen to January fifteen into the springtime of eighteen fifteen arriving in France. And in Paris just as Polian escaped from Elba. This is the hundred days the revolution is about to reawaken Louisa arrives and hotel do Nord. She's greeted or she finds John Quincy. And after all this excitement. They do go to the theater of the night that Napoleon's there. He goes off to his fate and Louisa and John traveled to London. And they take an address a house in ailing which Louisa Thomas tells me as a suburb of London at this moment. Louisa Louisa Thomas. I believe our heroine finds peace in London. Does she like being there? Does she want to stay there? She doesn't she doesn't. It is night. Dylan. I'm John Quincy loves it. Actually, you know, and they have a very kind of family life. The thunder with them from joining them in London. Right. George and John travel from their grandparents and they meet in London. Yes. They live in a little beautiful house 'cause Austin house, and you know, and they have a wonderful life. She however is somewhat ambitious.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"In. So I pray when I'm on these off sites so that I can feel that sense direction. You know, I'll read a bring literature with me that gets me scented. What type of literature or any examples? Yeah. I mean the owned beyond scripture, which I do bring it to read it can be can be it's classic literature. It's it's you know, what it's not as important as what it is. It's not rubbish. It's not just thought of the day. Latest reactive thing. It's you know, as far away from the the latest news update is I can get. So I just finished reading John Adams autobiography an autobiography. Biography by by David McCullough, and I loved that. But that's a long biography. And by the end of it, I just love John Adams and loved what he was trying to do. And it inspired me. No end to what I want to be to do with my, you know, with my son, I have a son, and he's a namesake just like John Adams has John Quincy Adams and at. It's just inspiring. John Adams reads, he was reading Latin Greek all of these not these classic texts. Not just plastic Texan English in their original Greek and Latin. I mean, that's amazing. Puts me without excuse something. I okay, I need to give up this kind of junk gossiping news. The so easy to get dragged into multiple times a day breaking everything's breaking news now. Everything's for breaking.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on Words Matter
"Needs to recognize leadership to respect it and to require it of our leaders. Let's listen to John F Kennedy, jR, these are stories about that most admirable of human virtues. Courage. Grace under pressure Ernest Hemingway defined it and these are stories of the pressures experienced by eight United States senators and the grace with which they endured them the risks their careers, the unpopularity of their courses the defamation of their characters and sometimes, but sadly, only sometimes the vindication of their reputations and their principles. Today, the challenge of political courage looms larger than ever before for everyday life is becoming so saturated with the tremendous powers of mass communication that any unpopular or unorthodox course, arouses a storm of protests such as John Quincy Adams under attack in eighteen o seven could never have envisioned. Some of these men who stories follow we're right in their beliefs others, perhaps we're not some were intimately vindicated by a return to popularity many were not some showed courage throughout the whole of their political lives other sale with the wind till the decisive moment when their conscience and events propel them into the center of the storm some were courageous in their unyielding devotion to absolute principles, others were Dan for advocating compromise, whatever their differences, the American politicians who stories are here. Retold shared that one heroic quality, courage. The study begins with. Chapter on John Quincy Adams of Massachusetts. The young Senator from Massachusetts stirred restlessly in his chairs, the debate droned on the half filled Senate chamber fairly echoed with the shouting of his Massachusetts colleague Senator Pickering who is denouncing president Jefferson's trade. Embargo of eighteen o seven for what seem the one hundred time sorting the mail from Massachusetts, which lay in disarray and his desk. John Quincy Adams found his I caught by an envelope with no return address inside was a single sheet of fine, linen paper and the Senator grimly read. It's non Mus messages. Second time before crumpling letter and envelope into the basket by his desk. Lucifer son of the morning. How has fallen we hope not irrevocably? Oh atoms. Remember who the art returned to Massachusetts return to the country assist? Not in its destruction. Consider the consequences awake. Arouse in time. A federalist. A federalist Adams muse bitterly over the word was he not the son of the last federalist president had. He not served federalist administrations in the diplomatic service abroad. Had he not been elected as a federalist to the Massachusetts legislature. And then to the United States Senate now simply because he'd place national interests before party and section the federalists had deserted him. Yes, he thought I did not desert them as they charge. It is they who have deserted me, the book goes on to talk about one of the true giants of the Senate Daniel Webster, the blizzard night of January twenty first eighteen fifty was no night in Washington for an ailing old man to be out, but weeding and coughing fitfully. Henry clay made his way through the snow drifts to the home of annual Webster. He had a.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Well, you simply lay out exactly what you need. You figure out? What money you need? What's the tuition? What's the books? What living expenses if you got cover, and then that's your target. That's your goal. And then we start backing into that going. How are we going to get that much money? I mean, we're gonna work delivering pizza at night or we're going to be a a nanny for a doctor and his wife or her wife and our her husband and so on right? Are you are you gonna what are we going to do? Are we going to drive for Uber? Are we going to? Own open a dog walking service. I don't know. What are you gonna do? You're not going to do it making minimum wage, but there's a lot of jobs, you can make more money than minimum wage. I mean, you can you can pressure wash somebody's driveway seal. It the kid did that one time for us. We gave him some money a lot of money. And he reason we hired him was he's Dave I'm doing this to get college. I gotta help you. Then you get your out there and work. I'll give you some money. So how this works? Right. So you lay out a game plan of where how much money you need. And then where you're going to go get it. How are we going to get the money we need? What has to be true? That's not true today. I've done a lot of stuff that was legal. But some of it stuff I don't ever wanna have to again in order to make money in order to hit my goals at different times of my life. This is that Ramsey show. Our scripture today. John thirteen thirty four new command. I give you love one another as I've loved you. So you must love one another. John Quincy Adams said if your actions, inspire others to dream more. Learn more do more become more. You are a leader. Albert is with us in Chattanooga..
"john quincy adams" Discussed on Last Seen
"David. Meet my twin brother. Mommy. Allston where they'd be. So for those of you who have been listening, David as key character episode three. And David welcome. Thank you. Thank you for being here tonight. Earlier this evening Steve shared that. He sort of really appreciated the relationship between you and one of your confidential informants, Anthony or Tony Romano. Now, this is a reminder to everyone. Tony Ramana was a member of the T R C auto electric shop crew, the headquarters for mobster, Carmelo Molina's gang. Tony was tasked with giving you info on any conversations that had anything to do with the Gardner, art. He was the man who came to you with the information which resulted in a raid for another heist. Dave talk about your relationship with Tony. Well. Tony actually contacted me. I one before all this happened. We had a robbery at the John Quincy Adams museum. And several. Irreplaceable books were stolen at that time. And I was told that there was a prisoner at concord prison who was interested in talking to me about this because he knows who did it. So I grab one of the detectives from Quincy, and we ran out to concord and. Across the street from the prison is a barracks for the state police, and he was working on their cars. This guy is a mechanic. And so he told one of the one of the trooper and she said. You know, I know something about this crime. Could you help me get in front of an agent? So that's what the trooper. Did. He contacted our office was called. I went there with the detective we found Tony end up in a room upstairs in the barracks. And he was just sitting in a chair like this. And so we said down in front of him. And he was he was wearing. Prison dungarees, which are blue jeans blue Jean shirt short sleeves as arms were covered in tattoos. For those of you listening at home the way, he was sitting was sort of lax in his chair head looking at the ceiling. Right. Exactly. And. So we said, hey, how are you doing understand? You wanna talk to us about about this crime? And he just sort of looked at us and went back and looked up at ceiling and didn't say much. So I looked over the detective, and I. What's with this guy? Well, you know, Tony, I know you got to get back to the prison here pretty soon, and we got things to do. But if you wanna talk to us about this particular crime, we're here if it's a bad time. We'll come back. So he says, okay. Kevin Gill did it and I should well home who's coming? And he said he's a guy from Quincy use a burglar, and I've known him, my hope practically my whole life, and we were in jail together. He told me he was going to do this type of crime he want you was really eyeballing that. Dealer. Job. And so I said, well, thanks. I appreciate that. And. Long story short. It was Kevin guild day. And it was Tony's information to me that. That helps solve that crime. We did recover the books you'll day did five years and. Well, so I called the parole board and said, hey, you know, I wanna talk to you about one of your guys. And of course. What did who who is it? And what do you do now? So I said, well, these you did something good actually, Anthony Ramana. Oh, and I think he's coming up for parole. And I want you to know that you provided the information that allowed me to solve this case and get these books back. So he did a good job. So they said well, thank you that you don't usually don't get good information on on guys. So. And that was how I met. Tony anyhow and answering the question. So. The raid. That was the result of Tony's work with the FBI with you. Brought a couple of key suspects into custody. You were there. When everyone arrived in you tried to get information out of these folks coming in about the gardener out of that come up. Yeah. Well, just tell me about those conversations. Sure you like we do as reporters you had a little notebook. And you're kinda yelling at them as brought in. Or I worked with I worked with the agent who was working on on that particular case..
A light-hearted look at Trump's Presidential routine
"Over the decades US presidents have had unique routines as they spend it as living in the White House Thomas Jefferson, reportedly slipped sitting up while John Quincy Adams enjoyed skinny giving the presidential shedule can be bruising leading up to the midterms this coming week, Donald Trump will hold rallies in eight different states. So North America correspondence Khanna Duffy and Stephanie March have taken a lighthearted look at how the US presidents uses his time by trying to spend a day in his shoes. Let's five thirty owning. Because parallel President Trump gets out of bed. Trump will usually at this point ten TV in bed, but I'm not that fancy uninhabitated Embiid. So may it's presidential Scifo in the lounge room. At this hour, thousands upon thousands of illegal immigrants are now marching toward our southern border. And this is a morning show called FOX and friends on the FOX network. Don't Trump watches it dighly. Its motto is news you can use Wednesday day here. I just have reports there unconfirmed that every person in the country will vote in the midterms because whatever I go there's a buzz about the midterms are some issue for a couple of weeks. It was all about cavenaugh. Now. It's all about the caravan. Yeah. Well, it's pretty clear why Donald Trump watches this show. It's largely an echo chamber. He is the president at a rally if he dies ago, this will be. Elect of Kavanagh the caravan. It's understood he watches other shows in the morning too, often hill record saying N MSNBC and watch them back later. And if you follow his Twitter fade throughout the day, you can often work out what he's watching as he tweets the things that have been sit on TV earlier in the day. Well, president was saying that there are middle Easterns in this in this group, the vice president doubled down and said it's inconceivable that criminals are not part of the seven thousand and that original cares about quotas seeks, and this is usually the time that Donald Trump on his unsecured. Iphone would pick it up often lying in bed. Still apparently, according to the New York Times propped up on a pillow would stop tweeting. So just looking here, and I can say that my colleague Conan Duffy has since a rather nasty tweet this morning, saying no son of sleepy stiff much wake-up. Fake news. So I think it's time that I. Pin? One back. Crime khanna. Duffy says I'm asleep. Lies from the failing ABC news reporter busy making news. Great again, exclamation Mark. I think that's a good one. President Trump reportedly spins about three hours in the morning having what's labeled executive time. That's when he reportedly Mike's phone calls to world leaders he raids the newspapers that he heights like the Washington Post and the New York Times before he eventually heads downstairs to the Oval Office. I've just arrived at the office less of an oval more of a rectangle here in Washington bureau. It's ten I am and I'm dying for coffee, but don't Trump doesn't drink coffee. So I'm going to go for the next best thing. That's a diet coke. Apparently, the president drinks twelve of those day. Let's see how this goes. Oh, yeah. I'm going to be lucky if I get through one. My partner in presidential crime has arrived. Duffy Mony Mony tone for post executive time beverage twelve died, your can you can do twelve. I don't know if I can finish one. What did you do with your executive time? I really enjoyed my executive time. I did some rating some yoga, and I went for most tricon, but it's not really in the spirit of President Trump. He's mine exercises Gulf. He's often photograph though in a Gulf cot. So not to sure how strenuous games it's been reported that Donald Trump believes a person ease born with a finite amount of energy hints. He doesn't want to waste it on exercise. Kana the president show meal of the day. Vice on a book by two of President Trump's close campaign. I'ts eight's a lot of fast food pizza. Soft drink KFC the meal, we're having today is based on what to if he's aides have said he usually orders from McDonald's. Go play. He also apparently sometimes dispenses we the Brit. Dispense with some of the bread because what you're going to be having for lunch today is not one two big Macs. Filled to fish, burgers, and you get to wash it down with the chocolate shy. Doesn't that look? Right. Murdo many get diabetes, you if you don't you doing something wrong. Right. Let's say this. According to his Donald Trump would usually only eight these meal at the end of a long day after a campaign rally and might be he's only meal of the day. Just one human Bank in consumers in one sitting. Especially washing it down with this. Disgusting milkshake that. Sweet eleven more. I mean, just so bad battle. Partly the reason he likes McDonalds is because he cut me. He me poisoned and everything's basically much water. How did you find your morning? Donald Trump quite enjoyed sending you the main tweets that was kind of fun funny did. Yeah.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on Omnibus
"They had some public relations person contact me and ask me to stop and tell us what but they didn't have like a social media person because that type of thing didn't exist it was only halfway through the day that somebody alerted them and this person was like please stop doing this like what would you like can we make it up to you somehow would you like four free tires and i was drunk on power and just kept after him so is this the new format of the of the arnovitz we're just gonna give back bad yelp review look i got my blood out of firestone i have no nothing against him anymore but i went to arby's yesterday and they were very stingy with the cheese sauce on the beef and cheddar i still have a i'm sure a black mark next to my name when i go to hilton hotels because it is similar to hilton hotel chain at one point i'm not a good person in many respects percent so media but i do not use it to make customer service people miserable say don't do it anymore although actually i did just do it recently said something bad about a company and their social media person contacted me and i was like sorry buddy i'd rather have migrants i don't take filthy lucre from you so harvey firestone now firestone in a gesture that it doesn't appear was meant to curry favor and it seems that calvin coolidge in particular of american presidents was not someone that you could corrupt he seems pretty incorruptible partly because he's asleep half the day but also because he's a stern new england protestant that's right a stern new england pro made of eighty percent hickory wood and it's very difficult even to carve your initials on the initials of your loved one let alone to sway them politically but firestone gave as a gift to coolidge who even then was known for his love of animals and by love animals i mean most of the animals that coolidge had in his menagerie were dogs and birds dogs and parakeets but he did expand his animal purview little bit to include i think a bob cat maybe you know better from your from your book on presidents and their pets yeah there was a bob cat there was a lot of these things he got his gifts so i think there may have been some tradition even going back further than coolidge of presenting the us president with some exotic gift rather than just a candy bowl or a faberge egg they would actually bring some aminul like the marquis lafayette brought john quincy adams and alligator which she kept in ballot how about yeah no he did he get that in about two by the east room there was all yeah there was an alligator in there for a while how how long could an alligator survive in a bathtub yeah i don't know maybe this was like for a week or something until john quincy adams realize the downside of having alligator in the eastern but people would send president coolidge he'd just get a somebody would say hey there's a creative wallabies coming from australia and he'd have to call somebody and it'd be like what is the wall abi and they'd explain it it's like a small kangaroo and he would be like oh if you sent somebody wallabies do they come in a crate is that how you ship wallabies everything i know about this comes from warner brothers cartoons or something we're gaffey doc or porcupine or donald or somebody gets a crate opens it up and then a kangaroo bounds out or locks gloves exactly or hyena or you know so i just assumed during the nineteen twenties exotic animals were just being shipped around the world and crates that's the tasmanian devil gun got into the american south west if he doesn't know but in this case firestone gave as a gift to president coolidge a pygmy hippopotamus wow is that a is that a small type of hippopotamus it is there are only two kinds of hippopotamus there's the conventional normal hippopotamus which is gigantic yeah i'm normally i only like norm core hippopotami hippopotamuses which is it i think it's papa mrs it's not sure it's not just to hippopotami us we'll let's get to the bottom of this because that guy that always yells at me about my latin is gonna be he's gonna have.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"I i got to ride played zeus for god's sake own remiz a green grocer the parent was okay this president had a pet parrot who this president had a pet perret kept in the white house long john silvers arm your pet parrot in the herot i'm gonna i'm happy i'm not going eisenhower you want a few choices yeah yeah kazama said woodrow wilson hold on let me give you four options saga harry truman right andrew jackson right richard mill house nixon john quincy adams which of those had a era angry over though the decree on andrew jackson yeah i'll go with john quincy adams k r go worrisome jackson michael i can sort of see your alcaron so don't guess than andrew jackson oh eight hundred fast fact about it this is another one my food aided the pera we're parallelist thanksgiving power trained to say what the pair was moved from his funeral because it wouldn't stop cursing as i let me say to people who are here we have a very big crowd today and happy to say that both bathrooms are completely israel and the women's rural folks let me of i hope i have this name right i think it was dan kelly i think john kelly was the guy who got us these spectacular waterless urinals in the men's room and i want to thank him very much involved the name wrong i will make sure to get the name shy clean out the bathrooms are for customers only though for those who may be listening in the street yeah yeah at least don't fiscal in a newsletter lemus their sink is fully functional as a bathroom as well.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on No Agenda
"I don't know i don't have a legend on this for some reason evident in office persistent or recurrent impaired evident to others or saw treatment and if it is a by today standard a d s m four criteria it's a your game it it uh john quincy adams bipolar disorder it was evident in office it was recur and he was haired by it the jefferson social phobia which is not a dsm four criteria so we're going to skip that uses shy madison that makes zero cents anybody but okay this is frigate no i'm it was a while ago in probably done i should have mentioned this is from the journal of nervous and mental disease which sounds official at madison major depressive disorder jonquet uh i'm sorry pierce alcohol dependence major depressive disorder link illwishers stop stop there okay uh jc a buzzkill jia we talked about this because use there's some moment were studying this it'd be before prohibition the amount of prohibition did anything it backed everybody off of the outrageous amount of drinking going yes now david day would drink so much so alcoholism had to be a serious problem yeah the lincoln on lincoln major depressive disorder recurrent with psychotic features grams alcoholic social phobia specific foglietta phobia for blood uh i have that too but only if it's coming emma duct only if it's a coming out of my arm into a needle if it's you it's okay a hayes major depressive disorder garfield depressive disorder teddy roosevelt bipolar taft breathing related sleep disorder wilson anxiety disorder generalising cited disorder major depressive disorder personality change due to stroke harding still mata form disorder i dunno where is neither coolidge social phobia major depressive disorder hypochondria acis couvert major depressive eisenhower major depressive johnson bipolar and nixon alcohol abuse too this is not new.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on wellRED podcast
"Like that whole thing you and your issue or not this your only issue but like that was far they took something and they just said yes we all give a shit about any of this other than what it can do for us in this machine that you were just talking about but i do think you said that's not politics i think that is politics this was politics has become a and b i also think that unfortunately there are some politicians who really believed that shit and they're just as big of of a tool or whatever as the people who are voting for donald trump or whoever else i think there's governors and senators who they really really believe all this shit that they're they're has fooled as you know these voters or whatever and that is where to me gets scary because as i said i think this has become what politics is i do i agree with that i don't think it it was always that way i i don't know but uh i think it was i i guess maybe maybe has spent and that that puts us with like the tools that we have today to spread that misinformation with another media i mean i i have i have seen things were like the old newspaper ads and shipped for light presidential campaign's liked the fuck and early 1800s and stuff like that and it would just be outrageous fokin you know uh john quincy adams is over you know philandering slide verb hoare vulcan whatever i just i mean you know pretty fucking heart the sale quit rail i've the the like the the bile and all that i definitely don't think as anything new but i think that as you just eluded to the way.
"john quincy adams" Discussed on The Editors
"It email laugh but i think john quincy adams entire career uh from the time you fifteen as ambassador to russia uh the the court of sinn catherine rate um to the negotiating the treaty of gained two forming the monroe doctrine which i think is still a a durable foreign policy doctrine for the united states uh that no great power should be interfering in the western hemisphere a in any way uh his presidency was underwhelming of course and any biographers tend to emphasize uh john quincy adams sense of depression or that his is the overwhelming influence of his father but a you see a man who's active a while and until the end of his life and i think um one of his greatest contributions innocence was preserving the uh american constitutional order from uh the complete undermining of it by what he called the slave power i think he was able to formulate is arguing in the eighteen 30s and 40s that these slave power as it was becoming in the south was aligning itself against the freedom of speech or the freedom of the simply in real politics and uh i think that was an important and canny political insight um and that was very productive for the next sixty seven years of it is i think he's in equal to any of the founding generation charlie washington they only indispensable man now i can use the the first indispensable man i i have a theory about the founders that they were in a sense like the beatles in that you need it all of them for it to work the reason the beatles with the greatest was that at john paul george ringo net producer george martin together.