TGIF and for a change, Father Koys is back with us, with Father Anthony returning from Rochester later on this afternoon. On the show, Father Koys picks up his discussion from Wednesday and looking back at 1776, at the time of the signing of the Declaration of Independence and Archbishop, John Carroll the first Archbishop of Baltimore. To help, he is joined by his good friend and returning guest, Mike Kenny, a writer, producer, educator, lawyer, and President of Pro-Life Partners Foundation. https://ststanschurch.org/ www.prolifepartnersfoundation.org
America's stringent system of corporate capitalism keeps carving out new depths of worker exploitation. Take Chick-fil-A, a right-wing, Atlanta-based, fast-food operation boasting that it follows “biblically-based” principles. Like slavery? Well, Chick-fil-A hasn't gone quite that Biblical yet, but one of its franchises recently pioneered a novel labor compensation innovation that comes close – literally paying some workers “chicken feed.” This outlet of the $11-billion-a-year chain called on area residents to staff its new Drive Thru Express – but in lieu of wages, they were offering chicken sandwiches! Join the Express team, and you'd be “paid” five chicken items per shift. That worked out to less than minimum wage… plus indigestion. What we have here is one more absurd illustration that America's sanctified work ethic is a fraud, an empty promise that you'll get ahead if you just work hard enough, keep your nose to the grindstone, and stay loyal to the corporate order for life – no matter how vacuous. But the game is up, for workers across the economy are now seeking more from life than 50-years of serving the company. They're even organizing anti-workaholism groups like “I don't want a career,” “Rest is Resistance,” and the “Nap Ministry.” But don't mistake this rebellion as mere satire by a few puckish slackers. Today's nationwide shortage of workers (from truck drivers to teachers) is not a momentary economic blip, but a defiant declaration of independence from a form of work that is life-sucking. People are not afraid of hard work, nor averse to long hours… if the task and the cause are worth both time and effort. And “worth it” is increasingly being measured in higher values than dollars alone. Fair compensation means work that includes a sense of purpose, community, respect, fairness, and fun! In short, true worthiness… not a chicken sandwich.
The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas, opened a new exhibit this summer called We the People: The Radical Notion of Democracy. It features an original print of the U.S. Constitution—one of only 11 in the world—as well as original prints of the Declaration of Independence, the proposed Bill of Rights, and the Articles of Confederation. To celebrate the opening, the museum invited Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, to host a conversation centered around the text and impact of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. His guest was Eric Slauter, deputy dean of the humanities at the University of Chicago and the author of The State as a Work of Art: The Cultural Origins of the Constitution. Questions or comments about the show? Email us at email@example.com. Continue today's conversation on Facebook and Twitter using @ConstitutionCtr. Sign up to receive Constitution Weekly, our email roundup of constitutional news and debate, at bit.ly/constitutionweekly.
There's a common story we tell about America: that our fundamental values as a country were stated in the Declaration of Independence, fought for in the Revolution, and made law in the Constitution. But, with the country increasingly divided, this story isn't working for us anymore—what's more, it's not even true.As Kermit Roosevelt argues in reinterpretation of the American story, our fundamental values, particularly equality, are not part of the vision of the Founders. Instead, they were stated in Lincoln's Gettysburg Address and were the hope of Reconstruction, when it was possible to envision the emergence of the nation committed to liberty and equality.
The Constitution Study with Host Paul Engel – Recent news about armed federal agents should be of great concern to anyone who wants to live free. One of the grievances that led to our Declaration of Independence was "He has kept among us, in times of peace, Standing Armies without the Consent of our legislatures."
The Constitution Study with Host Paul Engel – Recent news about armed federal agents should be of great concern to anyone who wants to live free. One of the grievances that led to our Declaration of Independence was "He has kept among us, in times of peace, Standing Armies without the Consent of our legislatures."
HR 1 Rick Manning Inflation Reduction Act is not what it says. The art of the political doublespeak and how they get away with it. The Remain In Mexico bill that was voted on twice and how Dems in Swing States can claim two issues that appear to be the opposite. Pastor Greg and Rick discuss the climate change and green energy policies associated with this bill which will possibly reduce 3/100's of a percent from Inflation in 10 yeras. MAYBE We must be The People. HR 2 David Sumrall discusses with Pastor Greg connecting Ruby Ridge, Waco, The Bundy Ranch Incident and the Lavoy Finicum murder to the J6 attacks on patriotic Americans. Five Americans were murdered on January 6th and there is no investigation. This is not the government our founders gave us in the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution. The bones are there and we must restore our country. Speak to the dry bones and to the people and call them to Ezekiel 33 and Ezekiel 3 and Jesus call to repent and advance the Kingdom of God. HR 3 Randy Pullen Former Chair Arizona GOP discusses the election irregularities, 200,000 bad ballots with signatures that did not match in 2020. Pence and Doocey endorsement lost and Trump endorsements won all Arizona races and 90% across the nation. Pence backtracked on the Religious Freedom Restoration Act in 2015 and did not stand with Biblical Traditional values.
Matthew Neill Davis is an attorney and entrepreneur that led his solely owned firm, Davis Business Law, through over 1000% percent growth over six years, making it one of very rare law firms ever to make the Inc 5000 list. The firm currently has seven offices from Dallas to Kansas City. Martindale Hubble recognized Davis with its prestigious AV rating as one of the Preeminent Attorneys in America for demonstrating the highest levels of skill and integrity. With over twenty-five years of experience helping business leaders with their legal and entrepreneurial matters, Davis now teaches them how to deal with their vulnerabilities so they can capitalize on their opportunities through his firm's proprietary Strong Protected Business System TM. He has presented his programs to prestigious business groups, such as, the Inc 5000 Master's Class and the Young Presidents' Organization Global Forum. He also regularly appears on podcasts and in the media. Inc Magazine published his first book “The Art of Preventing Stupid,” in 2019 and the follow up, “The Strong Protected Business” is slated for publication in 2023. He also shares his extensive knowledge as host through his podcasts “The Strong Protected Business” and “The Art of Preventing Stupid. "The Art Of Preventing Stupid" Book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3oUcuuU (https://amzn.to/3oUcuuU)
The second session in this series takes up the American dream of "a more perfect union," enshrined in the opening lines of the US Constitution (1787). Its relationship to the God-language of the Declaration of Independence and to the "city on a hill" of the Puritans offers a window into the vision and project of the country's founders to respect both the foundational place of religion in human life and the pragmatic plurality of religious views and convictions in public policy debates.
Samuel Adams was the second cousin of US President John Adams, and like his cousin, he served at the Continental Congress and was instrumental in America gaining independence. In fact, Samuel was most outspoken about independence and was a notorious thorn in the side of the British before the Revolution. This is his story. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/samuel-adams-the-signers-of-the-declaration-of-independence/ Genealogy Clips Podcast https://ancestralfindings.com/podcast Historical Postcard Giveaway https://ancestralfindings.com/postcard-giveaway/ Free Genealogy eBooks https://ancestralfindings.com/ebooks Hard To Find Surnames https://ancestralfindings.com/surnames Follow on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AncestralFindings Support Ancestral Findings https://ancestralfindings.com/donation #Genealogy #AncestralFindings #GenealogyClips
Reading the Declaration of Independence takes about 15 minutes. Watch (or listen to) this 3-minute abridged version to get the basic principles and hear some of the 27 grievances against the king that sure sound familiar today. The abridged version uses all original phrases, skipping parts to get the basics in 3 minutes. Which grievances against the king in 1776 sound familiar today against D.C.? The video version of this episode is available here: https://unsafespace.com/ep0827 About Rebel Civics Hosted by Keith Bessette, Rebel Civics covers the principles of society and government, the ideas upon which America was founded, the history of the development of these principles, and current events in relation to them. Rebel (n): A person who is disobedient to unjust authority and stands up for fundamental principles, despite conventions and the opinions of others. Thanks for Watching! The best way to follow Unsafe Space, no matter which platforms ban us, is to visit: https://unsafespace.com While we're still allowed on YouTube, please don't forget to verify that you're subscribed, and to like and share this episode. You can find us there at: https://unsafespace.com/channel For episode clips, visit: https://unsafespace.com/clips Other video platforms on which our content can be found include: LBRY: https://lbry.tv/@unsafe BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/unsafespace/ Also, come join our community of dangerous thinkers at the following social media sites...at least until we get banned: Censorship-averse platforms: Gab: @unsafe Minds: @unsafe Locals: unsafespace.locals.com Parler: @unsafespace Telegram Chat: https://t.me/joinchat/H4OUclXTz4xwF9EapZekPg Censorship-happy platforms: Twitter: @_unsafespace Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unsafepage Instagram: @_unsafespace MeWe: https://mewe.com/p/unsafespace Support the content that you consume by visiting: https://unsafespace.com/donate Finally, don't forget to announce your status as a wrong-thinker with some Unsafe Space merch, available at: https://unsafespace.com/shop
Pastor Andy Woods and David Fiorazo discuss the fact Americans have forgotten our rich, true history. There is a lot of talk in the culture today about “making America great again.” However, what made America great in the first place? Andy Woods lays out the seven biblical ingredients in the recipe that unlock the secret of America's greatness. Daily podcast, relevant articles on issues pertaining to Christians and more can be found on Stand Up For The Truth.
America Emboldened with Greg Boulden – I wanted to understand more about how our Founding Fathers used Natural Law to create the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights. I ask, “have we become a society removed from the principle of Natural Law?” Dr. Larry Chapp joins America Emboldened as our expert on where culture and Christendom meet...
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When we get knocked down, we get back up again, rising from the smush like fruit flies! This week, the ladies are covering two war-time journalists separated by hundreds of years but have a surprising amount in common. First, Kelley tells the story of Marie Colvin, a war journalist who looked like she stepped out of a Bond film, but instead of taking out enemy spies, she sought to cover the tragedy and chaos of war- no matter the cost. Then, Emily covers Mary Katharine Goddard, a Revolutionary-era printer, book shop proprietor, journalist, and patriot who put her name on the Declaration of Independence. Is it a dragon or Washington?? Doesn't matter because we're wining about herstory! Support the show
Tunes: Part 1.5: Bremner: The Grant's Rant, The Carle He Came O'er the Craft, Miss Blair's Reel William Dixon: Jack Lattin John Sutherland: Jack Latone O'Farrell: Jack Lattin with Variations and on Part 2: Robert Bremner, Loch Ness, Feg for a kiss, The Cross Well of Edinburgh & Watermen's Rant, Open the Door to Three & Invercaul's Reel, Straglass House. James Bremner (By Way of Francis Hopkinson), Lady Coventry's Minuett Robert Millar: Lady Coventry's Minuett, St. Paul's. Misc: Wha Saw the Forty Twa Kerr: Wha' Widna Fecht Levey: Milk the Churn/ Gliogar an Mheadair (Fig for a Kiss) Be sure to check out the Phenomenal Video from ITMA about The Story of Jack Lattin For Their Drawing from the Well Series. https://youtu.be/V_QMFkdSFuo You can also Check Out Edwina Guckian's Youtube page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfPuMrLhWjXydtXJnqss5QA 1750s Bremner's The Grant's Rant: https://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/archive/105002999 Bremner's The Carle he Came O'er the Craft: https://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/archive/105002625 Bremner's Miss Blair's Reel: https://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/archive/105002350 1733: William Dixon's Manuscript is available here if you want to see the Border Pipe Setting for Jack Lattin: https://www.mattseattle.scot/product-page/the-master-piper-new-edition 1780s: John Sutherland's Setting for Jack Latone: (link to download PDF, tune is on page 34) http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~rja14/musicfiles/manuscripts/sutherland/suth-pp-1-40.pdf 1790s: For O'Farrell's Setting for Jack Lattin with Variations: I mostly Use the ABC notation From Paul Kinder on Traditional Tune Archive: https://tunearch.org/wiki/JackieLayton It is quite a bit different from the ABC notation from Black's Capeirish website: http://www.capeirish.com/webabc/working/source.folders/ofnim/ofnimtable.html Artwork for this Episode from David Allan “An Edinburgh Watercarrier with a Woman Standing at a Fountain” From the National Galleries of Scotland: https://www.nationalgalleries.org/art-and-artists/8392/edinburgh-watercarrier-woman-standing-fountain?search=David%20Allan&searchsetoffset=44 1757 Robert Bremner's Loch Ness: https://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/archive/105002614 1757 Robert Bremner's Feg for a Kiss https://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/archive/105003109 Levey's Milk the Churn (Fig for a Kiss) https://tunearch.org/wiki/GliogaranMheadair Lady Coventry's Minuet with Variations by James Bremner As appears in Francis Hopkinson's “Selections” https://www.loc.gov/item/2010563317/ https://tile.loc.gov/storage-services/service/music/songinamerica/200187399/0022v.jpg The Book I was reading from came from: Anne McClenny Krauss, “Scotland and America in the Age of Enlightenment (Ediburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1990). You can Download the Robert Millar Collection on Ross's Music Page: https://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~rja14/music/index.html Robert Millar's Lady Coventry's Minuett can be found on this PDF Download (it is on page 15 of the PDF): http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~rja14/musicfiles/manuscripts/millar/pages65-80.pdf Robert Millar's St. Paul Psalm can be found on this PDF Download (it is on page 6 of the PDF): http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~rja14/musicfiles/manuscripts/millar/pages17-32.pdf 1769 Robert Bremner's Straglass (Strathglass) house: https://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/archive/104993968 1769 Robert Bremner's Cross Well of Edinburgh: https://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/archive/104994078 1769 Robert Bremner's Watermen's Rant: https://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/archive/104994023 Misc.: Wha Saw the Forty Twa: https://tunearch.org/wiki/WhaSawtheFortyTwa Davies: A bit closer to “Davies” but couldn't actually find the setting in Davies when I went hunting: https://tunearch.org/wiki/WhaWad%27naFechtforCharlie 1880's Kerr Marry Melodies, vol. 2: Wha' Widna Fecht: https://tunearch.org/wiki/Wha%27WidnaFecht For the Words and melody I grew up with you can watch the Corries: https://youtu.be/yWkv_J9wRmg 1769 Robert Bremner's Open the Door to Three: (Goes all the way back to 17th Century Playford) https://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/archive/104993968 1769 Robert Bremner's Invercaul's (Invercauld) Reel: https://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/archive/104994045 Here are six ways you can support the show: You can support the Podcast by joining the Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/wetootwaag You can also take a minute to leave a review of the podcast if you listen on Itunes! 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Hey, did you know that Benjamin Franklin was a known grave robber? It's true. You should look up that letter where he eloquently lists the reasons why old women are far more superior sexually to their younger counterparts. It boils down to them having to try harder because they are no longer beautiful, are super grateful for it, and don't worry about how they look because “as in the dark all cats are grey.” Oh, and their vaginas don't age as fast as their faces because science. Anyway, enjoy these idiots talking about a significantly less interesting Benjamin Franklin for a while. Ya, that's who Nicholas Cage plays, Benjamin Franklin Gates. I just learned that, and now I like this movie even less. It's time to steal the Declaration of Independence, National Treasure!
Some abortion proponents claim that by overturning Roe v. Wade, the U.S. Supreme Court elevated evangelical and Catholic morality, and violated what's known as the establishment clause found in the First Amendment. The establishment clause, however, was never meant to exclude citizens from voting their consciences or seeking their vision of the common good. It was never intended to keep morality out of our lawmaking. In fact, every law reflects some moral vision, whether or not the vision is labeled secular or religious. Are our laws against murder and theft somehow unconstitutional because they echo the morality of the Bible? Think of all the other laws that violate the establishment clause if these critics are right: the abolition of slavery, criminal justice reform, workers' rights, etc. Even the bankruptcy code is rooted in a uniquely biblical understanding about the rights of debtors, economic justice, and redemption. Thomas Jefferson wrote that the rights to life and liberty are “endowed by [our] Creator.” Should we set aside the entire American project because the Declaration of Independence violates the establishment clause? No, because without it, there wouldn't be an establishment clause.
Devin: What is your superpower?Sara: In crowdfunding, I think it’s the ability to explain relatively arcane concepts in fairly straightforward terms without terrifying the pants off people and try and keep them from panicking and not completely lose it when they get a phone call from the SEC.CrowdCheck CEO Sara Hanks says securities law enforcement differs dramatically from traffic enforcement. If you speed and don’t get caught in the act, you don’t worry about later being investigated for a traffic violation. Sara says that’s not how it works for securities:We often have the mom conversation. “Well, if everybody jumped off the Brooklyn Bridge, would you do it?”Part of the problem here is understanding that it takes the SEC [Securities and Exchange Commission] about two years to think about, well, maybe they really shouldn't have done that. And another year to issue the subpoena and another year to capture the information. We've got people who are receiving subpoenas for stuff they did in 2017. I mean, the SEC is out there. Just because somebody did something recently doesn't mean, A, that they're going to get away with it and B, that you're going to get away with it if you copy them.CrowdCheck is a company that provides a range of legal and compliance services to crowdfunding portals and entrepreneurs issuing securities under Regulation Crowdfunding and Regulation A, the rules that govern crowdfund style offerings over $5 million up to $75 million.Enjoy Every Episode!Unlike the relatively carefree world of donations and rewards crowdfunding via GoFundMe, Kickstarter and Indiegogo, there are strict securities laws and associated enforcement in the investment crowdfunding world. Sara spends a lot of time explaining to clients that they really do have to comply.“We frequently have these conversations where [clients and prospective clients] say, ‘Well, we know the SEC is not going to care about that.’ We’re like, ‘Yes, they do. We know them, and they do care about this.’”Initially, CrowdCheck focused on conducting due diligence for clients. Since a securities lawyer founded it, people asked lots of securities law questions. “Lots of people would send us chocolate after we answered the questions, and we started thinking we should actually charge fiat money for this as opposed to getting paid in chocolate,” Sara says.Today, CrowdCheck offers a range of services for crowdfunding, including legal compliance, diligence and filings. “We’re just a complete compliance solution,” she says.Sara notes a silver lining about SEC enforcement. “I will point out the SEC does not own any handcuffs. The SEC only has civil authority, so they can sue the heck out of you. They can leave you, as one enforcement director once said, ‘homeless, naked, and without wheels, but they can’t put you in jail.’”Don’t celebrate too quickly. The SEC folks have friends at the Justice Department who do have handcuffs.Sara will be speaking at SuperCrowd22 on September 15-16, focusing on crucial regulatory lessons to help issuers comply. Her session alone will justify the price of admission. Readers can register for half price. Paid subscribers can register for free! (If you don’t know how, ask me!)In her work, Sara routinely uses her superpower, her ability to help her clients comply calmly.How to Develop the Ability to Help Clients Calmly As a SuperpowerIt is easy to think Sara’s superpower is only relevant to lawyers. Before dismissing the leadership lessons she offers, consider that we’re all subject to a range of legal and natural laws with which we must comply and help others to do as well. Keep reading.“I’ve seen it all on Wall Street,” Sara says. “I’ve been screamed at from managing by managing directors at Goldman Sachs who think that they’re going to sue me for $10 million every minute that the market hasn’t opened. I’ve seen it all before, and I’m not going to panic, but we’re going to try and get people through.”For Sara, compliance isn’t something she feels required to do. Instead, she sees following the rules as a value she holds as part of living in a democratic society. She says:I believe in rules. I believe in the social contract. I believe in all of the stuff that came out of the Enlightenment. And, you know, we're taping this just after the the 4th of July, which I'm always so proud of, the Declaration of Independence. It is the most English thing that has ever been written coming out of enlightenment thought. It's basically the idea that you do have a relationship with society and you don't get something for nothing. A rules based society is going to be a successful society.“It’s a responsibility not just to the clients who are paying us, but to the broader society to make sure those rules are complied with,” Sara says. “Because if we don’t comply with the rules, everything goes to heck.”By following Sara’s example and insights, you can develop the ability to help others comply with society’s laws calmly. Get full access to Superpowers for Good at devinthorpe.substack.com/subscribe
Waking up on June 19, 2022, Keith discovered there was a new Federally Mandated Official Holiday. Wondering what this “Juneteenth” thing was about, Keith did some research and fact checking. For this episode, recorded on Julyteenth 2022, Keith reports on the history of “Juneteenth National Independence Day” and then looks at what actually happened from a civics perspective. As Keith sees it, what happened on June 19th, 1865 is the opposite of Independence Day, the opposite of liberty and what the Declaration of Independence is about. June 19 was the day U.S. Army General Granger arrived in Galveston to take military command of the Republic of Texas, taking control by force away from the people and their elected representative government. June 19 as a “holiday” marks the completion of the invasion, overthrow, and conquer of Texas and the other members of the CSA after the War for Southern Independence. Having “National” in the new holiday's name is appropriate as it celebrates creation of one nationalistic all-powerful empire, destruction of the voluntary union of sovereign states - the opposite of the principle of self governance by the people America was founded upon and celebrated on July 4th. On June 19th in future years Keith plans to remember what actually happened in 1865, morn the trashing of the Constitution and destruction of the voluntary union of States the Founders had created, and fondly recall what the United States is supposed to be about - the right of the people to determine their own form of government. The video version of this episode is available here: https://unsafespace.com/ep0823 About Rebel Civics Hosted by Keith Bessette, Rebel Civics covers the principles of society and government, the ideas upon which America was founded, the history of the development of these principles, and current events in relation to them. Rebel (n): A person who is disobedient to unjust authority and stands up for fundamental principles, despite conventions and the opinions of others. Thanks for Watching! The best way to follow Unsafe Space, no matter which platforms ban us, is to visit: https://unsafespace.com While we're still allowed on YouTube, please don't forget to verify that you're subscribed, and to like and share this episode. You can find us there at: https://unsafespace.com/channel For episode clips, visit: https://unsafespace.com/clips Other video platforms on which our content can be found include: LBRY: https://lbry.tv/@unsafe BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/unsafespace/ Also, come join our community of dangerous thinkers at the following social media sites...at least until we get banned: Censorship-averse platforms: Gab: @unsafe Minds: @unsafe Locals: unsafespace.locals.com Parler: @unsafespace Telegram Chat: https://t.me/joinchat/H4OUclXTz4xwF9EapZekPg Censorship-happy platforms: Twitter: @_unsafespace Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unsafepage Instagram: @_unsafespace MeWe: https://mewe.com/p/unsafespace Support the content that you consume by visiting: https://unsafespace.com/donate Finally, don't forget to announce your status as a wrong-thinker with some Unsafe Space merch, available at: https://unsafespace.com/shop
Bryan “DrB” Hawley is a speaker, coach, author, and once-practicing physician. With a 30 year career in healthcare and having built one of the largest Decompression clinics nationwide, bringing pain relief and comfort to people all across this nation was the catalyst that ignited a passion to help others become their optimal selves. Though DrB has forged a new career path, his passion and drive to serve others still remains one of his core values. For over 15 years, he has been leading others through his message and coaching whether it be on stage, face-to-face, or written word. His expertise in medical, holistic, and spiritual health have an energy that is unique and authentically his own.
When in the Course of normal events, it becomes necessary to listen to the newest episode from your probably favorite podcast. On this episode, the guys talk about National Treasure.Eric, John, and Richard prove how white they are. John shows how wrong he is about seasons. Eric wants to go to a grocery store. And, Richard knows about dumb fashions. So, grab a priceless artifact.Pull out your special glasses. And listen to Plot Spackle!Music: TheFatRat - Epic https://lnk.to/ftrepic
By a 2-to-1 margin, defenders of the names Jefferson and Madison (many from the listening audience) let the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library Board in no uncertain terms their support of American History. Also 56th District Delegate John McGuire and former Delegate Candidate Philip Andrew Hamilton check in. Find out more HERESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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In July 1775, Benjamin Franklin introduced a formal plan for uniting the colonies - “The Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union.” He read it to the Second Continental Congress nearly a year before the Declaration of Independence and the first drafts of what became our first constitution, the Articles of Confederation. The post Benjamin Franklin's Articles of Confederation first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.
Episode 3 of the Challenge USA starts out with the algorithm choosing new pairs for the contestants and some major power pairs come out of it. Join Paige and guest co-host Dylan (Chillin' with Dylan Podcast) and Robert (4daloveofthechallenge Podcast) as they break down the daily challenge, the elimination, and the social dynamics of the game. Find out who they chose as MVPs and hear Paige talk about how Cashay is getting an edit she really doesn't deserve. SHOP MERCH NOW. https://mostlikelytwopod.myshopify.com/Classroom Amazon Wishlist (Don't forget to DM yours on IG for a share!)https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1GO8ML75MLA37?ref_=wl_share TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/pretty_pettyx IGhttps://www.instagram.com/mostlikelytwopod Follow Dylan on IGhttps://www.instagram.com/thedylandeckardhttps://www.instagram.com/chillinwithdylanpod TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/dylan.deckard Medium: https://thedylandeckard.medium.com/ Chillin with Dylan Podcasthttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/chillin-with-dylan/id1527920678https://open.spotify.com/show/4R0kOhESxHR8VHMAOTcAxW4daloveoftheChallenge Podcasthttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/4daloveofthechallenge/id1476354842https://open.spotify.com/show/3b23ercGrL5tIgX7ppTG7W https://www.instagram.com/4daloveofthechallengeManscaped: Use PETTYX20 for 20% offwww.manscaped.com Cooper & Brooke Use Code: Paige for $$ offwww.cooperandbrooke.com Special Thanks to hexbeautylab.com and BenSound.com
The Constitution protects the fundamental right to life, which was enshrined in the Declaration of Independence. Constitutional expert, lawyer, author, pastor, and founder of Liberty Counsel Mat Staver discusses the important topics of the day with co-hosts and guests that impact life, liberty, and family. To stay informed and get involved - visit www.LC.org
The cast is made up of immigrants, Native Americans, ancestors of the enslaved and oppressed, queer and trans bodies. They make the audience reckon with the question: Independence for whom?
Kevin Palmieri is the host of Top 100 Global Podcast "Next Level University" -1000+ Episodes, Listeners In Over 125 Countries. Some people find rock bottom... Kevin found out that rock bottom has a basement. In his mid 20's... Kevin had it all. A beautiful girlfriend, a high paying job, a sports car, etc... but he still ended up sitting on the edge of a bed debating suicide... several times. After Kevin's rock bottom moment, he went all in on self improvement. He was determined to overcome his anxiety, to overcome his depression. Years later, he now hosts a podcast with hundreds of thousands of downloads in over a hundred and twenty countries. Kevin has grown the podcast into a multi six-figure business and recorded over 1000 episodes. He's given nearly 100 speeches and had the opportunity to do hundreds of coaching calls. The main thing that changed was himself. He focused on learning what he didn't know (and unlearning a lot too) and his life started to shift. It's Kevin's purpose to help other people get unstuck and get to the next level of their lives! Kevin loves to talk about Consistency, Commitment, Habits, Mindset, Confidence, Fear, Relationships and Limiting Beliefs. He talks about so many pieces of self improvement so he's happy to explore many topics!
A few years ago, Civics 101 did a series revisiting the Declaration of Independence, and three groups for which the tenants of life, liberty, and property enshrined in that document did not apply. We bring you all three parts of that series today, and hear from legal and historical scholars about how Black Americans, Indigenous peoples, and women were excluded from our founding document, and how they responded. Find the series page here. Part 1: Byron Williams, author of The Radical Declaration, walks us through how enslaved Americans and Black Americans pushed against the document from the very beginning of our nation's founding.Part 2: Writer and activist Mark Charles lays out the anti-Native American sentiments within it, the doctrines and proclamations from before 1776 that justified ‘discovery,' and the Supreme Court decisions that continue to cite them all.Part 3: Laura Free, host of the podcast Amended and professor at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, tells us about the Declaration of Sentiments, the document at the heart of the women's suffrage movement.
How did Americans in the generations following the Declaration of Independence translate its lofty ideals into practice? A conversation with Richard D. Brown, author of Self-Evident Truths: Contesting Equal Rights from the Revolution to the Civil War. We talk about religious liberty, Ephraim Wheeler, the rights (or lack of rights) of women, and also about Richard Brown's first book Revolutionary Politics in Massachusetts: The Committees of Correspondence and the Towns 1772-1774, and about the September issue of the New England Quarterly, which will focus on the influence of Bernard Bailyn.
Host Scott Fisher opens the show with guest host David Allen Lambert, Chief Genealogist of the New England Historic Genealogical Society and AmericanAncestors.org. Fisher and David talk about Fisher's recent use of two New York City databases, one of which neither had ever heard of before. David then explains how it was discovered that in the Declaration of Independence, technology revealed how Thomas Jefferson changed the word “Subjects” to “Citizens.” Next, hear about the discovery of a secret cave in Pennsylvania with remarkable ties back to the Revolution. Also, the last of the “Band of Brothers” has died. David has details. Next, Fisher visits with Paul Woodbury, lead DNA specialist for sponsor Legacy Tree Genealogists. Paul shares his “tips and tricks for DNA matches.” If you struggle to know who a key match is, who, perhaps, doesn't share a family tree, you'll want to hear this. Then, Bill Griffeth, well known retired TV financial reporter returns to the show. Bill learned ten years ago that his father was not his birth father. The shocking find let to his book “Stranger in My Genes.” Bill has now followed that up with a new book… “Strangers No More.” Hear how Bill's journey has gone since that shocking day in 2012. Then, David returns for more of Ask Us Anything, answering your questions. That's all this week on Extreme Genes, America's Family History Show!
The Constitution Study with Host Paul Engel – We the People, were never supposed to be dependent on government to protect us. The Declaration of Independence said we create governments to protect our rights, not protect us. It seems there are plenty of people in politics, the media, and yes, our neighborhoods, that want to destroy the...
The Declaration of Independence's statement that “all men are created equal,” which Chuck Colson called “the American creed,” often elicits a response: since slaves were anything but equal, was this creed a lie? Many signers of the Declaration were abolitionists who compromised on this issue so that the hope of independence would not end before it started. And without excusing the injustice of slavery, it's notable that Thomas Jefferson originally included a condemnation of slavery in the Declaration, but was forced to remove it due to opposition from the Southern colonies. And, it takes time for an idea to take root, to spread, to move from abstract principle to practical implementation. Jefferson was himself a slaveholder, and though in principle he opposed slavery, he failed to make Monticello work without them. The existence of slavery was assumed at the time, and many could not imagine a world without it. They should have but didn't. The American creed is an aspiration which neither our founders nor we have perfectly achieved. Rather than dismiss it as hypocrisy, we should commit ourselves again to work toward it.
Paul Miller, Georgetown professor and regular contributor to The Dispatch, returns to The Remnant to discuss his new book, The Religion of American Greatness: What's Wrong with Christian Nationalism. In formidably highfalutin fashion, he and Jonah explore what drives mankind's nationalistic impulse, why Christianity and nationalism have historically been intertwined in America, and what should hold our country together beyond the creed outlined in the Declaration of Independence. Stick around to hear Paul turn the tables on Jonah and ask him a few questions about the legacy of Suicide of the West.Show Notes:- Paul's page at The Dispatch- Paul's new book, The Religion of American Greatness- Paul's appearance on Dispatch Live- Jonah: “The Dangers of Unchecked Nationalism”- Chris Hedges' American Fascists- Arlie Russell Hochschild's Strangers in Their Own Land- Rich Lowry's The Case for Nationalism- Michael Burleigh's The Third Reich- Yuval Levin's The Great Debate- The Remnant with Charles C.W. Cooke- David Bell's The Cult of the Nation in France
Maria and John hold a lively conversation about human dignity in the Declaration of Independence, the correlation of marijuana use to teen mental health, and the surge in purchases of the Plan B morning-after pill.
New York Times "forgot" to print Declaration of Independence for the first time in 100 years on July 4th. Washington Post claims DeSantis is smarter than Trump and that makes him more of a threat. WNBA's Brittney Griner pleads with Biden for her release from Russian prison. Supermarket shelves bare as Dutch farmers continue nationwide protests. Aide for NYC's jet-skiing mayor robbed at gunpoint. Worst mayor in the country, Lori "F**k Clarence Thomas!" Lightfoot, wants to get rid of "toxicity in our public discourse." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What's the secret to a long, happy life? TV legend Norman Lear may have the answers. It's hard to believe but the man responsible for shows like “All in the Family,” “Good Times,” “Maude” and “The Jeffersons,” turns 100 in late July. In honor of this special milestone birthday, Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Marc Hodosh invited Lear to speak on stage at the LIFE ITSELF summit. Hodosh talked to Lear about his long career, how laughter leads to longevity and why he sent an original copy of the Declaration of Independence on a tour of cities around the country. Plus, Lear gets roasted by two friends -- the spoken word poets Sekou Andrews and Steve Connell. This conversation was originally recorded on June 2, 2022. To hear more amazing conversations like this one, go to CNN.COM/LIFEITSELF To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
On this special Independence Day themed Ask Charlie Anything, Charlie takes the questions you email him at Freedom@CharlieKirk.com including: What do you say to your friends who think that America is a racist, awful place, and is there proof in the Declaration of Independence either way? Charlie has everything you NEED to know about the Declaration of Independence in this special, in-depth dive into one of the most important documents ever written in human history. Since some of the Founding Fathers were slave owners, does that discredit their contribution to this country? Dos that bring everything about America's history into question? Where the Founding Fathers Christians? Does Charlie prefer saying July 4th or Independence Day? Happy Independence Day to all of you American patriots. Remember to be grateful and thankful for being a part of the greatest country ever to exist in the history in the history of the world. We will fight to restore her to her former glory, and we will win. Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/support See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Legal Docket, the Supreme Court hands down a religious freedom victory; on Moneybeat, Nick Eicher talks to financial analyst David Bahnson about the latest economic news; and on History Book, John F. Kennedy reads the Declaration of Independence. Plus: goats gobbling greens and the Monday morning news. Support The World and Everything in It today at wng.org/donate. Additional support comes from Frameworks: A Biblical Worldview Initiative. Online courses for public high school students - transferrable for elective credit. More at bibleclassesforpublicschools.com
Filling in for Glenn, BlazeTV host Steve Deace looks at the state of American independence from past, present, and future angles. Steve starts by reading the Declaration of Independence and dissecting its true intent. Blaze podcast host Daniel Horowitz joins to discuss his permanent Twitter ban, the COVID vaccine, and the loss of bodily autonomy. The window of our ability to resist the strengthening tyranny is closing, so what's the answer? The future of American independence can be found in the past, as Founding Father John Adams speaks on the significance of Christianity in America's founding. Steve makes a major announcement on how he plans to pass on the legacy of American independence. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices