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The Thomas Jefferson Hour
#1471 Inn at Meander

The Thomas Jefferson Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 56:11


In the spirit of the Thanksgiving holiday, we are joined by three favorite friends of the Jefferson Hour this week: Beau Wright, Pat Brodowski and Brad Crisler. You can order Clay's new book at Amazon, Target, Barnes and Noble, or by contacting your independent bookstore. The Language of Cottonwoods is out now through Koehler Books. Mentioned on this episode: James Madison: America's First Politician by Jay Cost Find this episode, along with recommended reading, on the blog. Support the show by joining the 1776 Club or by donating to the Thomas Jefferson Hour, Inc. You can learn more about Clay's cultural tours and retreats at jeffersonhour.com/tours. Check out our new merch. You can find Clay's publications on our website, along with a list of his favorite books on Jefferson, Lewis and Clark, and other topics. Thomas Jefferson is interpreted by Clay S. Jenkinson.

The Bulwark Podcast
Jonathan Karl: Trump Loved Jan. 6

The Bulwark Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 45:26


Yes, there was a riot at the Capitol, but keep your eye on the ball: Trump tried to destroy American democracy. He literally tried to steal the election. Jonathan Karl joins Charlie Sykes on today's podcast. Special Guest: Jonathan Karl.

Leaders and Legends
Willard Sterne Randall on the Founding Fathers

Leaders and Legends

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 75:11


Willard Sterne Randall is one of America's most eminent historians of the Colonial and Revolutionary Era. He makes the first of two appearances on the “Leaders and Legends” podcast to discuss his biographies of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, and other literary efforts.Sponsors• Veteran Strategies• Girl Scouts of Central Indiana• MacAllister Machinery• Garmong Construction• Crowne Plaza Downtown Indianapolis Historic Union StationAbout Veteran Strategies‘Leaders and Legends' is brought to you by Veteran Strategies—your local veteran business enterprise specializing in media relations, crisis communications, public outreach, and digital photography. Learn more at www.veteranstrategies.com.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Welcome to The Midside
The Mostly Peaceful Shopping Edition

Welcome to The Midside

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 58:49


Justin and William witness Dollar Tree's prices being raised to $1.25, a Thomas Jefferson statue being removed, and experts saying not to use the word looting. Justin also reviews Love Hard.

Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn
Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn - November 28, 2021 - HR 3

Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 39:08


We Are Living Amidst a Cold Civil War. "This is a war not over the size of government or taxes, but over the American Way of Life. Winning this war requires fundamental understandings. For starters, you must understand that you are, in fact, in a war." Our review of Tom Klingenstein's prescient latest. Seeking the right GOP Generals for 2022. Meanwhile, New York City Hall takes down its statue of Thomas Jefferson. The barbarians are here. More parallels with Mao's disastrous Cultural Revolution. Orwell weighs in. Plus, lamentable neoconservative commentators Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes resign from Fox News. Just prior to their contracts not being renewed. Liz Cheney planning a similar exit strategy? Also, excerpts from Trump's excellent interview on Fox Business per Biden's comprehensive failures on inflation, energy and COVID. Coda predictions on the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell. With Listener Calls. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

LongDays with Yannis Pappas
Fratricide Maybe - LongDays with Yannis Pappas - Episode 51

LongDays with Yannis Pappas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 91:27


Yanni imagines what the Baldwin thanksgiving must be like. Jared Harvin is back in studio. Yanni contemplates the death penalty is it right is it wrong? He's trying to get people arguing in the comments on YouTube for algorithm engagement. Aaron Rodgers & Odell Beckham jr. get paid in Bitcoin, is it too big to fail at this point? Instagram under fire from Washington, the women March Twitter is hilarious, Thomas Jefferson statue removed is it good or bad and finally some fun with Former Governor Cuomo. Did he prefer sexual harassment to malfeasance. Kid is in trouble! Wasdadealis!

Vince and Jason Save the Nation
Arbery's Family Says All Lives Matter And Trump Predicts Statue Removal | Save The Nation Ep. 72

Vince and Jason Save the Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 69:36


In this episode, Vince and Jason check out Ahmaud Arbery's dad saying all lives matter, City Hall removing the Thomas Jefferson statue and a rape suspect making a horrible fleeting attempt from the police.

Revelations Radio Network

Canary Cry News Talk #415 - 11.24.2021 CUNNING DESIGNS: Propaganda Machines, Iron Mix with Clay, Digi Space - CCNT 415 WEBSITE/SHOW NOTES: CanaryCryNewsTalk.com LINKTREE: CanaryCry.Party SUPPORT: CanaryCryRadio.com/Support MEET UPS: CanaryCryMeetUps.com ravel Podcast (Basil's other podcast) Facelikethesun Resurrection (Gonz' new YouTube channel) Truther Dating experiment   INTRO News Talk: Cardano plummets as Etoro delists (Yahoo finance) Meanwhile: Cardano lists of Bitstamp (Bitstamp) Analysis: Etoro about tenth of volume as Bitstamp Cyber-social warfare: Charles Hoskinson uses Mad Max reference for what's coming Crypto.com ad features 3D art of Atlas reimagined FLIPPY 0:12:45 David and Moses build bio-robotic arm operated by brain signal (Ghana Web)   GREAT RESET 0:23:00 Poll: America prefers Joe Rogan over Dr. Fauci for Thanksgiving (Daily Caller)   COVID19/I AM WACCINE 0:32:32 Scientists mystified, Africa avoids covid disaster (AP)   BREAK 1: Executive Producers, Paypal, Patrons 0:52:57   JAN 6 1:23:57 Select subcommittee subpoenas individuals, include Roger Stone, Alex Jones (House.Gov) →Alex Jones says Jan 6 Committee is “worse” than McCarthyism (Newsweek)   BREAK 2: Art, Reviews, Jingles, Meet Ups 1:40:37 SPACE 2:04:27 NASA says ready to defend earth against asteroids (Bloomberg) ADDITIONAL STORIES: World's first, robot assisted peripheral artery intervention of iliac artery in human (Yahoo) Pianist learn to play robotic third thumb in just one hour (Tech Xplore) Inconvenient truth about antidepressants (Telegraph) Astroworld victims were all in similar location (Wapo [Video]) Thomas Jefferson statue removed from Town Hall after 187 years (NY Post) No robot is an island (Control Design) PRODUCER'S ep415: Executive Producer None   Ass. Executive Producer None 2022 calendar producers 20.22 monthly Steven S Pamler B Thomas C Liz D Producers Sir Scott Knight of Truth, Brian D, Amanda P, Jackie U, Morv, Sir Sigrah the Beast, Heatherus, Gail M, JC, Veronica D, Ciara, The Green Mountaineer, 57 Chevy Girl, Sir casey the Shield Knight, Runksmash, Drwhodundat   Patreon Richard E Jezreel   TIMESTAMPS: Christine C JINGLES: Matt D Chester W   ART: Dame Allie of the Skillet Nation Sir Dove, Knight of Rustbeltia Ryan N - Advent of Logos   MICROFICTION Back in a bunker a man responds to an operative, as he does Monty 18, leaps into his lap, holding him down. “Father, 31 is in the No-No room. Nip me please!?” Basil thanks her and gives her a nibble of catnip as he runs to the hooch and drugs wing.

Riffs Or Die
#55 | Riffs Or Die Podcast

Riffs Or Die

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 34:19


David riffs on Thomas Jefferson, Gibraltar, and “the science”.   The Book on Investing In Real Estate with No (and Low) Money Down Children Of Bodom - "Hate Crew Deathroll" Havok merch   Thank you for your support.  Please visit https://www.patreon.com/riffsordie to subscribe for free merch, bonus episodes, Zoom hangouts, discounts, patron shout-outs, and more.     Donate PayPal Donate Crypto RiffsOrDie.com youtube.com/c/riffsordie instagram.com/riffsordie_ facebook.com/riffsordie twitter.com/riffsordie_ David's personal Instagram @david_havok

Guy Benson Show
Guilty: Three Men Found Guilty Of Murdering Ahmaud Arbery

Guy Benson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 110:19


Guy Benson Show - 11-24-2021 [00:00:00] 3:06 pm - BREAKING NEWS: Ahmaud Arbery trial: [00:14:32] 3:25 pm - BREAKING NEWS: Ahmaud Arbery trial: [00:18:22] 3:35 pm - White House stands by push to end ca [00:34:15] 3:55 pm - News reporter pleads with Biden at W [00:36:46] 4:06 pm - Liz Peek, Fox News Contributor & Co [00:51:38] 4:26 pm - ‘Experts' slammed for saying Califor [00:55:09] 4:35 pm - Chris Christie, was 55th Governor of [01:11:37] 4:55 pm - Biden Energy Sec. Granholm admits sh [01:13:30] 5:06 pm - Dr. Marc Siegel, Fox News Medical Co [01:29:06] 5:26 pm - Thomas Jefferson statue removed from [01:31:52] 5:35 pm - Andrew McCarthy, Fox News Contributo [01:47:21] 5:54 pm - Happy Thanksgiving!

Daily Signal News
How to 'Persevere with Power' in These Dark Times

Daily Signal News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 20:18


Looking at the country today, it's easy to fall into despair. As the radical left pushes policies and ideas leading to the degradation of our nation, it's hard not to lose hope.But the Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, says there's a way to keep going in the face of encroaching darkness: Rely on your own faith and fortitude."Your battle is truly between destiny and drama," Rodriguez says. "And when your hunger for righteousness is greater than your fear of criticism, nothing can stop you. When your integrity is more important to you than your influence, nothing can stop you."Rodriguez joins "The Daily Signal Podcast" to discuss his new book "Persevere With Power" and to give our listeners the hope they may need to get through these troubled times.We also cover these stories:The Biden administration asks a federal court to reinstate its COVID-19 vaccine mandate for businesses and other organizations with 100 or more employees.President Joe Biden announces he will release 50 million barrels of oil from the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve to counter rising gas prices before Christmastime.Officials remove a statue of America's third president, Thomas Jefferson, from New York City Hall. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Jesse Kelly Show
Working From Home

The Jesse Kelly Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 119:41


Some things you just have to be blunt about. The problem with the American constitution. the 4 olds and Thomas Jefferson. The Mike Pence event. Major news outlets keep sweeping stories under the rug hoping the public will forget. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Will & Amala LIVE
Thomas Jefferson Statue REMOVED From NYC City Hall 11/23/21

Will & Amala LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 75:16


On today's show: NYC removes a 187 year-old Thomas Jefferson statue, JK Rowling is doxxed for acknowledging biological sex, and Whoopi Goldberg and Amber Ruffin become the latest pundits to attack Kyle Rittenhouse. Plus Nick Searcy joins to discuss his new documentary “Capitol Punishment” about January 6, TikTok Tuesday, and more!

The Howie Carr Radio Network
Trump was right--Thomas Jefferson officially canceled. - 11.23.21 - Hour 3

The Howie Carr Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 39:43


President Trump's prediction was right. The woke mobs are coming after more statues. Other topics include energy independence and crime in San Francisco.

The Thomas Jefferson Hour
#1470 James Madison with Jay Cost

The Thomas Jefferson Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 56:20


Jay Cost, author of the new book James Madison: America's First Politician, joins Clay Jenkinson this week to discuss the book and share insights on the politics of Madison and Jefferson's time. You can order Clay's new book at Amazon, Target, Barnes and Noble, or by contacting your independent bookstore. The Language of Cottonwoods is out now through Koehler Books. Mentioned on this episode: James Madison: America's First Politician by Jay Cost Find this episode, along with recommended reading, on the blog. Support the show by joining the 1776 Club or by donating to the Thomas Jefferson Hour, Inc. You can learn more about Clay's cultural tours and retreats at jeffersonhour.com/tours. Check out our new merch. You can find Clay's publications on our website, along with a list of his favorite books on Jefferson, Lewis and Clark, and other topics. Thomas Jefferson is interpreted by Clay S. Jenkinson.

The Matt Walsh Show
Ep. 845 - They Will Never Tell The Truth About The Waukesha Massacre 

The Matt Walsh Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 63:53


Today on the Matt Walsh Show, a day after a serial felon and career criminal mowed down dozens of people at a Christmas parade, Democrats are out in public calling for more criminals to be released into our communities. Meanwhile, the killer was a BLM supporter and apparent racist who carried out his attack an hour from Kenosha, two days after the Rittenhouse verdict. Will we ever be told the truth about his motives? And, New York goes nuclear in the war on history, taking down a 200 year old Thomas Jefferson statue, and removing a Theodore Roosevelt statue from a museum. You have to hear the reason they gave for this decision. It's almost impossible to believe. Plus, Kyle Rittenhouse talks to Tucker Carlson, Condoleeza Rice calls for more female coaches in the NFL, and Joe Biden claims that there's an epidemic of anti-trans hate crimes. Is that true? No, it isn't, but we'll discuss that and more today on the Matt Walsh Show.  Sign The Petition To Keep Matt Walsh on Saint Louis University Campus: https://bit.ly/3Dzeu1f Andrew Klavan's latest novel When Christmas Comes is now available on Amazon. Order in time for Christmas: https://utm.io/udW6u Grab your Daily Wire merch here: https://utm.io/udZpp DW members get special product discounts up to 20% off PLUS access to exclusive Daily Wire merch. Get 35% off a new membership using code DW35: https://utm.io/udZpP  You petitioned, and we heard you. Made for Sweet Babies everywhere: get the official Sweet Baby Gang t-shirt here: https://utm.io/udIX3 Subscribe to Morning Wire, Daily Wire's new morning news podcast, and get the facts first on the news you need to know: https://utm.io/udyIF Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Tony Katz Today
Episode 1304: Trump Warned Us They Would Come for Thomas Jefferson

Tony Katz Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 15:22


The Breitbart News Daily Podcast
Waukesha Ramming Unanswered Questions, Rittenhouse Blasts Lin Wood and Biden, Comic Jim Breuer vs. Mandates

The Breitbart News Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 59:49


On today's Breitbart News Daily podcast, Alex reports the latest on the Waukesha, WI car ramming attack, though many details -- especially the motivation of the suspect -- remain a mystery. Will we ever get a full explanation? Then, Kyle Rittenhouse was on Tucker's Carlson's show blasting Lin Wood and President Joe Biden, among others. Alex has the clips. The New York Times takes 'Rona insanity to a new level this Thanksgiving by recommending your children "eat quickly" when around adults — even vaccinated ones. Next, in another epic national disgrace, a Thomas Jefferson statue is being taken down in New York. Today's interview is with the truly hilarious Jim Breuer who discusses his new PATREON exclusive comedy special and explains why he doesn't want to perform at clubs with vax mandates. Lastly, for our caller of the day, Scott in Michigan disagreed with Alex over Kyle Rittenhouse and thinks there should've been 1,000 others like him there that night in Kenosha. 

Bernie and Sid
Not So Happy Holidays | 11-23-21

Bernie and Sid

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 151:12


On the Tuesday edition of Bernie & Sid in the Morning, the guys gear up for the Holiday season and advise listeners that the ability to compartmentalize might be the only hope in terms of enjoying your Thanksgiving. The fake news outlets day in and day out paint the most depressing picture of being an American in today's society, but the reality is that we still have so much to be thankful for. Hot topics today include Kyle Rittenhouse speaking out for the first time since his acquittal, out-of-control crime on the subways here in NYC, Sid's love for "sappy" tunes, the Thomas Jefferson statue officially being removed from City Hall, China laughing at our incompetence, and the feud between Enes Kanter and LeBron James reaching new heights. Bo Dietl joins the program as he does every Tuesday morning, along with author and economist David Bahnsen and JL Blessings founder Tony Osso. Also, make sure you don't miss today's installments of Lidia Reports and The Peerless Boilers Beat Bernie Contest.

The Bryan Hyde Show
2021 November 23 The Bryan Hyde Show hour two

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 42:27


The identity politics ideologues sure are quick to deny that their brand of collectivism is being taught in public schools. Still, some educators insist that parents have no right to question such teachings--even if they don't exist. As Joanna Williams points out, of course we should challenge woke young people rather than allow them to be groomed as mouthpieces for identitarians. The narrative managers here in America are curiously quiet about the rising rage and protests against lockdowns and mandates all around the world. Thomas Luongo has an excellent take on the big picture and wonders, have we finally reached peak Davos and will our resistance drive world leaders to war? Since the season of gratitude is here, I'll be taking a bit of time to reflect upon how gratitude is the answer to a question that too few are asking. Truth be told, everything for which I'm grateful has almost nothing to do with any desired political outcome. I'm certain that we'll all sleep better tonight knowing that Thomas Jefferson's statue has been removed from City Hall in New York. Paddy Hannam notes that the battle for America's soul is intensifying and not even the founding fathers are safe from the history wars. Show some love to my sponsors: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 25% discount) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage HSL Ammo Sewing & Quilting Center Govern Your Income Solar Patriots

Path to Liberty
Thomas Paine: The Evils of Paper Money

Path to Liberty

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 36:31


While most people associate support for sound money with founders like Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, in 1786 Thomas Paine issued a blistering attack on fiat money, writing that the “evils of paper money have no end.” The post Thomas Paine: The Evils of Paper Money first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.

The Gary DeMar Podcast
Christianity in America

The Gary DeMar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 29:59


In this interview with Darren Doane, Gary discusses the historical conditions and motivations behind The Christian Life and Character of the Civil Institutions of the United States. Interestingly, the political climate in 1864 was not much different from our own in 2021. Christians and non-Christians alike need to be reminded of the impact of God's Word and the Church on society and culture in every generation. Get the book here: https://store.americanvision.org/products/christian-life-and-character-of-the-civil-institutions-of-the-united-states

The Uncurated Life Podcast
137 | What's My Enneagram?

The Uncurated Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 20:13


In part 2 of my Personality Test Adventures I'm heading down the path of the Enneagram, the darling of Christian Instagram. DISCLAIMER Colorful words may be used. don't be alarmed. NEWSLETTER https://view.flodesk.com/pages/61525a85337f1c2aacf52f6d Etsy Shop is open! https://www.etsy.com/shop/CGBPrints FIND ME ON ALL THE THINGS Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/cindyguentertbaldo YouTube - https://youtube.com/c/CindyGuentertBaldo Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/llamaletters/ Discord - https://discord.gg/Rwpp7Ww Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/llamaletters/ Website - www.cindyguentertbaldo.com STUFF I MENTIONED DISC Episode - https://uncuratedlife.libsyn.com/133-my-first-personality-test-disc About the enneagram - https://www.enneagraminstitute.com/how-the-enneagram-system-works Test - https://www.enneagraminstitute.com/rheti Inquiries - cindy@cindyguentertbaldo.com   TRANSCRIPTION Well, hi there friends. Welcome back to the uncurated life podcast, where I take personality tests and tell you all about them for your amusement. That's not the only thing we do here, but that is a series that I started relatively recently. So this is the second episode. The first episode was the D I S C assessment.   And I will link that in the show notes, if you would like to check it out and you haven't already, that was episode 1 33, but today we are going to be taking a look at the Darlene of Christian Instagram, the Enneagram test. Now here's the thing with personality tests. I'm generally skeptical about them, but enough people asked me to take them.   That I decided to just do this for the amusement of the internet. So I promise I go into these tests with an open mind and I am not being snarky when I answered the questions and actually take the test. Even if I'm snarky. When I talk about the test, when I take it, I'm taking it seriously. You may not believe me, but I swear I am now before we get into the actual test, give me a moment to mention that my latest series series two of my fuckery flowers, which are my flagship art print.   They're a beautiful flowers in botanicals. Mixed media paintings that I create prints out of, and they're realistic, but hidden within them as a naughty word. Fucking love them. I have a new series of 12 launching this coming Thursday, the 25th, the link is in the show notes and the shop is only going to be open until December 10th and then I'm going to shut it down for the holidays.   So. Shipping does not bite us in the ass. So just be sure to check it out when you're able, there will be some bundles that will be limited edition showing up just for black Friday weekend, blah, blah, blah. Check it out. Let's get to the test. So what is the Enneagram? So from the website, Truity they say.   The Enneagram is a system of personality typing that describes patterns in how people interpret the world and manage their emotions. The Enneagram describes nine personality types and maps. Each of these out on a nine pointed diagram, which helps to illustrate how. Relate to one another. The Enneagram is mostly used for personal self knowledge and personality development, offering a powerful tool for better understanding your core motivations and applying that knowledge to all areas of your life, including conflict resolution, team dynamics, leadership, and emotional intelligence, because it identifies opportunities for development for each individual type.   It has become widely used in. Such as counseling psychotherapy, business development, parenting, and education and quote. So like the quote said there are nine types and I pulled these from the Enneagram institute.com note that they're highlights. They're not the full spectrum of each type. Just to give you an idea of each type.   So type one is. A is principled purposeful, self controlled and a perfectionist type two is generous. Demonstrative people-pleasing and possessive type three is adaptable, excelling, driven, an image conscious type fours, expressive, dramatic self-absorbed and temperamental type five is perceptive innovative, secretive, and isolated.   Type six is engaging responsible, anxious, and suspicious type seven is spontaneous, versatile acquisitive and scattered type eight is self-confident decisive, willful and confrontational type nine is receptive, reassuring, complacent, and resigned. So it's nine types. It's a whole bunch of information. If you want to read more, like I said, links will all be in the show notes.   Now I said at the beginning, the Darlene of Christian Instagram now, well, the Enneagram is not rooted in Christianity in recent years. It has really taken root in a lot of the communities. The first time I attempted to take this test a couple of years ago, the free test I found was explicitly Christian.   And I note right the fuck out of there because I'm not Christian. And. A ton of the books I've found on different Enneagram types are written from a Christian perspective, like devotionals for type threes or how to be a type three. And then they don't say that they're Christian, but then you look at them and they're pretty fucking Christian.   It's not my jam dude. And so I'm not like in. The test I did find is science-based allegedly, what does it say? Science-based or scientifically validated force choice, personality test. Uh, it didn't seem to be Christian. When I looked at it, it costs $12. And according to the website takes about 40 minutes to complete.   Now there are plenty of free tests out there. You just need to be careful if you're not somebody who wants to take one from a Christian perspective to just keep an eye out for that. And on top of that, a lot of them will give you information, but you gotta like give them your email to get the rest of it and blah, blah, blah.   So just that, that's the point. The one I am taking is the. Test the Riso Hudson Enneagram type indicator routine version 2.5. And that is linked in the description. So. It says here that it has been independently scientifically validated rather than just indicating your basic type. It produces a full personality profile across all nine types, providing you a unique portrait relative indicating your relative strengths and weaknesses of the nine types within your overall personnel.   All right. So that's the one I'm taking. I will pause you here and go take it. If you want to take one of the tests and do it with me, then post, we can post about it on Instagram stories, blah, blah, blah. But I'll be back. I'll be back. All right. So I am done with the test. It went pretty quickly for me. I wound up doing it about 20, 25 minutes, but I tend to read really quickly and I didn't hesitate.   There were a couple where I think I read the question wrong. So I went back and was right about that and then answered it. So according to my results, my highest Enneagram type is two with seven being very close second. And then my lowest was type eight. So. I looked at this and two is the helper.   Generally twos are caring, empathetic, warm, thoughtful, appreciative, generous, other oriented, tactile affectionate, well, intention and demonstrative. They get into conflict by being people pleasing, flattering, ingratiating, clingy, worried, possessive insincere, seductive self-important, and self deceptive. And at their best twos are encouraging, loving self nurturing.   Constant joyous, humble, forgiving, gracious, and compassionate. So I see aspects of myself in this one, but I think that the second one, which is very close to the first. Is a little bit more me because I, one of the things I read about the Enneagram is that your original personality type is the way you like.   It's something that's constant throughout your life. And I feel like a lot of the aspects of the two are things that I have developed through like working on myself, but seven, the enthusiastic, I read that one and I was like, Hmm. So sevens are excitable spontaneous, curious, optimistic, eager, outgoing, future oriented, adventurous variety, seeking quick and talkative.   They get into conflicts by being scattered, distracted, restless, impatient thrill-seeking escapist, overextended, irresponsible, demanding, and excessive. And at their best, they are appreciative bountiful, thoughtful, accomplished, versatile, receptive, grateful content, quiet and passionate. Type seven exemplifies the desire for freedom and variety and for exploring the many rich experiences that life offers they're spontaneous and upbeat.   They find life exhilarating that the kind of people who and see like this also in some ways like there's aspects of this that are very much me, but there are aspects that I'm not adventurous. And I don't feel my social calendar like.   So there is that. Now one of the things I wanted to look at to see if maybe I could figure out which one of these I was, and I could see the, now I'm going to the third one, which was five, generally fives are focused, observant, curious, insightful expert studious. Complex perceptive, whimsical, profound unsentimental ex no, this isn't me as much either.   I don't know you guys. I need to sit down and talk to Jesse about this and be like, which one it ma, but I feel like, Ooh, sorry about the odd by goodness, but I feel like seven. So I'm going to go to the personality dynamics and variations to see if I can kind of. Kinda hammer this out under stress. Seven goes to average one sevens value their spontaneity and tend to follow their impulses for better or for worse.   As a result, they can become scattered in their attention and energy leaping from one idea to the next, from one activity to another. While this can be exciting. It often leaves seven's frustrated with themselves because they feel like they are not accomplishing as much as they would like to. At such times they begin to behave like average ones pulling in the reins on themselves and trying to get more organized and self controlled.   But because they are trying to impose order and control on themselves, they begin to feel trapped and restricted. This just makes them more frustrated, impatient, and irritable. They may, for instance, become critical of their own creativity. Creative. Before they have had a chance to develop them. Similarly, they cannot avoid feeling disappointment with people and aspects of their environment.   Nothing meets their expectations and they can become harsh and perfectionistic be critical with themselves. And with others, see that that is fucking like razor sharp. Security seven goes to an average five sevens often feel it is their duty to entertain others and keep their environment positive and exciting over time.   This can be exhausting even for sevens, when they are tired of being on for everyone, they may choose to withdraw even from their intimates and seek seclusion. And noninterference, this can come as a shock to others. You've been out having fun with everyone else. Why are you so quiet and unavailable? They no longer want to put out energy for anyone else and can become almost obsessively focused and preoccupied.   They can also be surprisingly withdrawn and isolated, like fives, their body language and aloof responses. Let others know they want space and privacy. They make no effort to entertain or energize others like fives. They retreat from contact and attempt to restore their energy. Again. This is very much me, the only real exception being this, being a shock to others.   But I think it's because my family and my friends know me well enough to know that there are times where I am just like fucking no. Integration seven goes to healthy five, a sevens learned to relax and tolerate their uncomfortable feelings. More completely. They stop using their restless minds to distract themselves.   Their minds become quiet, clear, and focused, allowing sevens to tap more deeply into their reserves of creativity and insight. They're able to prioritize not by imposing some arbitrary order on themselves, but by following their true interests and staying with them, thus, they become far more productive, satisfied.   Satisfying as companions, their capacity to find connections and to synthesize information is not drawn off into tangents. They produce results and this gives them grounds for real confidence in themselves and in life. As they experienced the world more deeply, they find each moment fascinating, profound and regulatory.   The idea of boredom becomes absurd as they savor the incredible mysteries of existence. See like, This I can totally get. And I, this is making me think I'm the seven, cause I'm going to look at the same things for two and I'm not going to read them completely   like the resentment for two under stress. They, um, can't maintain their loving attitude and. They turn into like an egocentric controlling. I can be egocentric and dominating, but I don't turn into like an egocentric Dick. When I feel like my shit has been rejected. I tend to withdraw when my shit has been rejected.   So I, this is I'm the opposite of this. I tend, I don't, they, what they're saying is that under stress twos tend to outburst aggressive, blah, blah, blah. And I tend to pull into myself with the security one. It says they may risk expressing their neediness and darker impulses. Again, that's not really me and the integration.   Yeah. See, I think just looking at all of these things about the two, it also says. It's very possessive and like people pleasing. And that's not me. I'm not really sure how I got to that. But with seven, the relationship issues. So some relationship problems can include these becoming so involved with expressing their thoughts and ideas that they do not really listen to others.   That would be me becoming impatient or critical of other slower pace. Just ask Jesse getting flighty or to seeking distractions. When important relationship challenges arise, fearing that others will not support them. If they're down or depressed, expecting the partner to provide gratification, entertainment, or support immediately on demand and being unwilling or very slow to make commitments.   A lot of this very much resonates with me. And one of the things I will say that with some of those things, they have been problems for me in the past and having a really healthy relationship has helped mitigate some of those things. So I actually think that the seven might be the closest one to me, although the biggest part of seven, that is not me as I am not adventurous, like at all.   So the other thing that usually happens with an Enneagram test is you might be able to know what your wing is. So it's the number that is the closest to your number on either side that you score the highest in. And for me, it would be six according to this. So let's take a look at that. Generally sixes are reliable, hardworking, organizing vigilant, dutiful, evaluating, persevering, cautious, anxious, believing, and doubting, conservative, and liberal six is get into conflicts by being pessimistic, defensive, evasive, negative worrying, doubtful negativistic, reactive, suspicious, and blaming, and at their best they're courageous cooperative disciplined, grounded, secure, faithful.   Self-expressive funny and affectionate. And the relationship issues for a six are getting testing the other person to see if he or she is going to stay getting over committed, causing sixes, to feel pressured and taking advantage of clamming up and not expressing their feelings or venting. The stream of anxiety is alternating between feeling dependent and needy and feeling divided to find a rebellious like rain, hot or cold becoming suspicious.   Doubting the Goodwill of others towards them and blaming people for their own anxieties. And there's a lot here. I can resonate as well. Although not as much as with a seven. Um, the other thing that I can see here is that here, for example, security, when six is feel secure, they begin to deal with stress by simply shutting down and becoming indifferent to their surroundings.   So like there are aspects of this. So if I was going to take a, like, read this and interpret it, I would say that I'm a seven wings, six. So an enthusiast wing loyalist, um, I would imagine that it's a six for my wing, not an eight, because eight was the lowest on my score. What do I think about this? I mean, honestly, most of what I'm looking at here is stuff that, like I already knew about myself and the suggestions for like levels of development and everything like healthy levels.   So like where is it at number seven? One of the things they say is at a healthy place at your best, I would assimilate experiences in depth, making them grateful and appreciative for what they have becoming odd by the simple wonders of life, joyful and ecstatic. Intimidations of spiritual reality of the boundless goodness of life.   I don't think I'm there. I think actually level three. So the lowest healthy level before you hit. Um, average levels is become accomplished. Achievers, generalists who do many things well, practical, productive, usually prolific cross fertilizing areas of interests. I think that that's kind of where I'm at with this, but I'm not sure, you know, and I mean, this, I don't know how much this is all a thing, but I appreciate the look of this.   It, the only thing in here that feels slightly. Christian. Like it doesn't feel Christian at all, except there is Nope. That's about it. I was going to say that like, one of their things is like, they talk about like, your passion is gluttony or plat. Passion is avarice, but they're not all the seven deadly sins, so, okay.   They're just using that verbiage, but yeah. Um, so I'm going to come out of this St. I'm a seven wing six and Ooh. They also have examples of who, who are sevens and who are whatever. If I'm looking at who sevens are some sevens pulling out of here, we got Joe Biden, but we also got Sarah Pailin. We got Katy Perry and Brittany Spears and Goldie Hawn and cameras.   There's a lot of actors on here. There's a lot of actors on here. Elton John is on here. Leonard Bernstein is on here. Who else? JFK is on your Mozart. Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin. I mean, he had gout to I Kandinsky and artist. I really admire is on here. Jim Carey, David do Cavani. There's a bunch of actors and so on.   And so this makes sense, like a lot of like people in like the arts seem to be on here. So that's, that's cool. Anyway, I don't know you guys, I don't know if this is garbage or if this is realistic, but I will say that it's an interesting way of looking at things, looking at things like how you resolve conflict and how you go about your life in that way.   So I do appreciate that. And I wonder if once I'm done with all of these personality tests, if I set them next to each other and see, do they kind of inter in line with each other or was I just in different moods those days? Cause sometimes I wonder when I'm taking these tests, um, is it just based on my mood that day?   Like today, am I seven and tomorrow mine eight, like who fucking knows. Right. Anyway, if you take the Enneagram, let me know, let me know what you are. Tag me on Instagram at Lama letters. And don't forget to check out my shop. All the information is in the show notes, as well as links to all of this shit.   The fuckery flowers are releasing later this week. I am so grateful that you're here and I am so grateful to my patrons. They are the sponsors of every episode of the podcast. And if you are interested in becoming a patron and getting early access to these episodes, then you can check it out. There is links in the show notes.   There's all sorts of shit in the show notes. So it's even a transcription of this. But if you're listening to this, you may not want the trans I don't fucking know. Anyway, thank you so much. I'll see you next week. And until next time friends, peace out.  

The History of Literature
360 FMK Shakespeare! (with Laurie Frankel) | Tolstoy's Gospel (with Scott Carter)

The History of Literature

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 72:30


It's a good day for cooking! First up: Scott Carter, author of the play Discord: The Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens, and Count Leo Tolstoy, joins Jacke for a look at the gospel as updated by Leo Tolstoy. Then novelist Laurie Frankel (author of One Two Three) stops by for a special Shakespeare game. Hope you enjoy! Help support the show at patreon.com/literature or historyofliterature.com/shop. The History of Literature Podcast is a member of Lit Hub Radio and the Podglomerate Network. Learn more at www.thepodglomerate.com/historyofliterature. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Loving Liberty Radio Network
11-18-2021 CSC Talk Radio with Beth Ann

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 50:50


November 18, 2021 – WHO IS THE STATE AND WHO IS THE ENEMY? – Thomas Jefferson warned us: “The tyranny of the legislature is really the danger most to be feared.” It seems that they have forgotten, or ignored, the fact that they have no power except for what the people have given them. But it's our fault for letting them get away with it for so long. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

The Tom Woods Show
Ep. 2009 Thomas Jefferson vs. Your Teacher

The Tom Woods Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 39:52


Marco Bassani fills in the sections of 19th-century US history your teacher left out, particularly involving state resistance to the federal government.

The Todd Herman Show
Hour 3: Why are People treating Jacob Blake as Just a Victim?

The Todd Herman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 36:42


 We were told that Jacob Blake was the victim, but what about the black women that called the cops when he was going to rape someone?, Kamala Harris met with Blake's family but not the one that he was going to sexually assault, NBC News does not want you to hear the whole truth, they edit their material for their own gain, Nikole Hannah-Jones believes Thomas Jefferson failed to live up to his ideas and that American history is demeaning to black people, //  TEXTS & WRAP // PERSONAL NOTE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Chasing History Radio
Chasing History Radio: Is Every Artifact ever made Still out there?

Chasing History Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 13:17


In this episode, we will look at the reality of human history objects - like all of the buttons that were on continental army uniforms during the American Revolution to every bullet made out of lead that was fired during the Civil War. Are all those things that were made in the past is it still out there somewhere? The answer is... Yes, most of them are. We talk about the details of the tangible artifacts that are still out there waiting to be discovered.  Please help us out by taking 20 seconds and giving us a rate and review or tell us how we can make a better show. We Appreciate Youz Guyz!   Please help us out by leaving a comment and sharing our show with others!    Don't forget to Subscribe, Comment & leave us a rating and review. We also have a YouTube Channel "Chasing History" where we take you into the field with the men & women who discover history!

New Books in History
Dennis C. Rasmussen, "Fears of a Setting Sun: The Disillusionment of America's Founders" (Princeton UP, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 54:34


When Americans conjure the image of the signing of the Constitution of the United States, they often think about the various paintings that depict the Founders looking to George Washington on the dais at the convention. It is this snapshot of history that embodies Americans' perceptions of the Founders and their conviction in the creation of the great nation. What Americans fail to understand about America's Founding is the overwhelming anxieties that many of the Founders experienced, especially as they lived in the new republic that they had created. Not only did they find themselves anxious about the future of the new country, but many were also explicitly pessimistic about the future that they noted in so much of their later writings and letters. Dennis C. Rasmussen, in his new book Fears of a Setting Sun: The Disillusionment of American Founders, addresses this gap in research on the American Founding, and on the Founders themselves. Washington, Hamilton, Adams, Jefferson, and Madison all wondered whether the system they had worked to establish, build, and defend would live beyond their own generation. In Fears of a Setting Sun: The Disillusionment of America's Founders (Princeton UP, 2021), Rasmussen explores the enduring arguments made by George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, and John Adams that convinced them of America's inevitable demise. Modern Americans conceptualize the founding of the United States as an isolated moment in time, and rarely consider the reality of how the Founders spent the remainder of their lives putting the Constitution to work. Rasmussen places the founders' fears in context of the ongoing chaos of the late 1700's where other countries were facing revolution, treason, and anarchy. Fear of a Setting Sun's purpose is not to disregard the founders' optimism in the system they created, and in fact the book heralds James Madison's lifelong optimism and belief that the American experiment would prevail—though he is at odds with the other major Founders in this regard. Fear of a Setting Sun explores the Founders' disillusionment in order to provide a fuller meaning of American constitutionalism and the value that is formed in its implementation. Rasmussen provides a perspective that changes what scholars and the general public believe and know about the founding of the republic, the historical stakes at the time of the founding, and how the Founders generally grew more pessimistic over time about the potential for the new republic to achieve its great potential. This book will be of interest to political scientists, historians, students and scholars of the founding period and the ideas and personalities that dominated the early days of the American republic. Shaina Boldt assisted with this podcast. Lilly J. Goren is professor of political science at Carroll University in Waukesha, WI. She is co-editor of the award winning book, Women and the White House: Gender, Popular Culture, and Presidential Politics (University Press of Kentucky, 2012), as well as co-editor of Mad Men and Politics: Nostalgia and the Remaking of Modern America (Bloomsbury Academic, 2015). Email her comments at lgoren@carrollu.edu or tweet to @gorenlj. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Law
Dennis C. Rasmussen, "Fears of a Setting Sun: The Disillusionment of America's Founders" (Princeton UP, 2021)

New Books in Law

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 54:34


When Americans conjure the image of the signing of the Constitution of the United States, they often think about the various paintings that depict the Founders looking to George Washington on the dais at the convention. It is this snapshot of history that embodies Americans' perceptions of the Founders and their conviction in the creation of the great nation. What Americans fail to understand about America's Founding is the overwhelming anxieties that many of the Founders experienced, especially as they lived in the new republic that they had created. Not only did they find themselves anxious about the future of the new country, but many were also explicitly pessimistic about the future that they noted in so much of their later writings and letters. Dennis C. Rasmussen, in his new book Fears of a Setting Sun: The Disillusionment of American Founders, addresses this gap in research on the American Founding, and on the Founders themselves. Washington, Hamilton, Adams, Jefferson, and Madison all wondered whether the system they had worked to establish, build, and defend would live beyond their own generation. In Fears of a Setting Sun: The Disillusionment of America's Founders (Princeton UP, 2021), Rasmussen explores the enduring arguments made by George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, and John Adams that convinced them of America's inevitable demise. Modern Americans conceptualize the founding of the United States as an isolated moment in time, and rarely consider the reality of how the Founders spent the remainder of their lives putting the Constitution to work. Rasmussen places the founders' fears in context of the ongoing chaos of the late 1700's where other countries were facing revolution, treason, and anarchy. Fear of a Setting Sun's purpose is not to disregard the founders' optimism in the system they created, and in fact the book heralds James Madison's lifelong optimism and belief that the American experiment would prevail—though he is at odds with the other major Founders in this regard. Fear of a Setting Sun explores the Founders' disillusionment in order to provide a fuller meaning of American constitutionalism and the value that is formed in its implementation. Rasmussen provides a perspective that changes what scholars and the general public believe and know about the founding of the republic, the historical stakes at the time of the founding, and how the Founders generally grew more pessimistic over time about the potential for the new republic to achieve its great potential. This book will be of interest to political scientists, historians, students and scholars of the founding period and the ideas and personalities that dominated the early days of the American republic. Shaina Boldt assisted with this podcast. Lilly J. Goren is professor of political science at Carroll University in Waukesha, WI. She is co-editor of the award winning book, Women and the White House: Gender, Popular Culture, and Presidential Politics (University Press of Kentucky, 2012), as well as co-editor of Mad Men and Politics: Nostalgia and the Remaking of Modern America (Bloomsbury Academic, 2015). Email her comments at lgoren@carrollu.edu or tweet to @gorenlj. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/law

New Books in Intellectual History
Dennis C. Rasmussen, "Fears of a Setting Sun: The Disillusionment of America's Founders" (Princeton UP, 2021)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 54:34


When Americans conjure the image of the signing of the Constitution of the United States, they often think about the various paintings that depict the Founders looking to George Washington on the dais at the convention. It is this snapshot of history that embodies Americans' perceptions of the Founders and their conviction in the creation of the great nation. What Americans fail to understand about America's Founding is the overwhelming anxieties that many of the Founders experienced, especially as they lived in the new republic that they had created. Not only did they find themselves anxious about the future of the new country, but many were also explicitly pessimistic about the future that they noted in so much of their later writings and letters. Dennis C. Rasmussen, in his new book Fears of a Setting Sun: The Disillusionment of American Founders, addresses this gap in research on the American Founding, and on the Founders themselves. Washington, Hamilton, Adams, Jefferson, and Madison all wondered whether the system they had worked to establish, build, and defend would live beyond their own generation. In Fears of a Setting Sun: The Disillusionment of America's Founders (Princeton UP, 2021), Rasmussen explores the enduring arguments made by George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, and John Adams that convinced them of America's inevitable demise. Modern Americans conceptualize the founding of the United States as an isolated moment in time, and rarely consider the reality of how the Founders spent the remainder of their lives putting the Constitution to work. Rasmussen places the founders' fears in context of the ongoing chaos of the late 1700's where other countries were facing revolution, treason, and anarchy. Fear of a Setting Sun's purpose is not to disregard the founders' optimism in the system they created, and in fact the book heralds James Madison's lifelong optimism and belief that the American experiment would prevail—though he is at odds with the other major Founders in this regard. Fear of a Setting Sun explores the Founders' disillusionment in order to provide a fuller meaning of American constitutionalism and the value that is formed in its implementation. Rasmussen provides a perspective that changes what scholars and the general public believe and know about the founding of the republic, the historical stakes at the time of the founding, and how the Founders generally grew more pessimistic over time about the potential for the new republic to achieve its great potential. This book will be of interest to political scientists, historians, students and scholars of the founding period and the ideas and personalities that dominated the early days of the American republic. Shaina Boldt assisted with this podcast. Lilly J. Goren is professor of political science at Carroll University in Waukesha, WI. She is co-editor of the award winning book, Women and the White House: Gender, Popular Culture, and Presidential Politics (University Press of Kentucky, 2012), as well as co-editor of Mad Men and Politics: Nostalgia and the Remaking of Modern America (Bloomsbury Academic, 2015). Email her comments at lgoren@carrollu.edu or tweet to @gorenlj. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

New Books Network
Dennis C. Rasmussen, "Fears of a Setting Sun: The Disillusionment of America's Founders" (Princeton UP, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 54:34


When Americans conjure the image of the signing of the Constitution of the United States, they often think about the various paintings that depict the Founders looking to George Washington on the dais at the convention. It is this snapshot of history that embodies Americans' perceptions of the Founders and their conviction in the creation of the great nation. What Americans fail to understand about America's Founding is the overwhelming anxieties that many of the Founders experienced, especially as they lived in the new republic that they had created. Not only did they find themselves anxious about the future of the new country, but many were also explicitly pessimistic about the future that they noted in so much of their later writings and letters. Dennis C. Rasmussen, in his new book Fears of a Setting Sun: The Disillusionment of American Founders, addresses this gap in research on the American Founding, and on the Founders themselves. Washington, Hamilton, Adams, Jefferson, and Madison all wondered whether the system they had worked to establish, build, and defend would live beyond their own generation. In Fears of a Setting Sun: The Disillusionment of America's Founders (Princeton UP, 2021), Rasmussen explores the enduring arguments made by George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, and John Adams that convinced them of America's inevitable demise. Modern Americans conceptualize the founding of the United States as an isolated moment in time, and rarely consider the reality of how the Founders spent the remainder of their lives putting the Constitution to work. Rasmussen places the founders' fears in context of the ongoing chaos of the late 1700's where other countries were facing revolution, treason, and anarchy. Fear of a Setting Sun's purpose is not to disregard the founders' optimism in the system they created, and in fact the book heralds James Madison's lifelong optimism and belief that the American experiment would prevail—though he is at odds with the other major Founders in this regard. Fear of a Setting Sun explores the Founders' disillusionment in order to provide a fuller meaning of American constitutionalism and the value that is formed in its implementation. Rasmussen provides a perspective that changes what scholars and the general public believe and know about the founding of the republic, the historical stakes at the time of the founding, and how the Founders generally grew more pessimistic over time about the potential for the new republic to achieve its great potential. This book will be of interest to political scientists, historians, students and scholars of the founding period and the ideas and personalities that dominated the early days of the American republic. Shaina Boldt assisted with this podcast. Lilly J. Goren is professor of political science at Carroll University in Waukesha, WI. She is co-editor of the award winning book, Women and the White House: Gender, Popular Culture, and Presidential Politics (University Press of Kentucky, 2012), as well as co-editor of Mad Men and Politics: Nostalgia and the Remaking of Modern America (Bloomsbury Academic, 2015). Email her comments at lgoren@carrollu.edu or tweet to @gorenlj. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in American Studies
Dennis C. Rasmussen, "Fears of a Setting Sun: The Disillusionment of America's Founders" (Princeton UP, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 54:34


When Americans conjure the image of the signing of the Constitution of the United States, they often think about the various paintings that depict the Founders looking to George Washington on the dais at the convention. It is this snapshot of history that embodies Americans' perceptions of the Founders and their conviction in the creation of the great nation. What Americans fail to understand about America's Founding is the overwhelming anxieties that many of the Founders experienced, especially as they lived in the new republic that they had created. Not only did they find themselves anxious about the future of the new country, but many were also explicitly pessimistic about the future that they noted in so much of their later writings and letters. Dennis C. Rasmussen, in his new book Fears of a Setting Sun: The Disillusionment of American Founders, addresses this gap in research on the American Founding, and on the Founders themselves. Washington, Hamilton, Adams, Jefferson, and Madison all wondered whether the system they had worked to establish, build, and defend would live beyond their own generation. In Fears of a Setting Sun: The Disillusionment of America's Founders (Princeton UP, 2021), Rasmussen explores the enduring arguments made by George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, and John Adams that convinced them of America's inevitable demise. Modern Americans conceptualize the founding of the United States as an isolated moment in time, and rarely consider the reality of how the Founders spent the remainder of their lives putting the Constitution to work. Rasmussen places the founders' fears in context of the ongoing chaos of the late 1700's where other countries were facing revolution, treason, and anarchy. Fear of a Setting Sun's purpose is not to disregard the founders' optimism in the system they created, and in fact the book heralds James Madison's lifelong optimism and belief that the American experiment would prevail—though he is at odds with the other major Founders in this regard. Fear of a Setting Sun explores the Founders' disillusionment in order to provide a fuller meaning of American constitutionalism and the value that is formed in its implementation. Rasmussen provides a perspective that changes what scholars and the general public believe and know about the founding of the republic, the historical stakes at the time of the founding, and how the Founders generally grew more pessimistic over time about the potential for the new republic to achieve its great potential. This book will be of interest to political scientists, historians, students and scholars of the founding period and the ideas and personalities that dominated the early days of the American republic. Shaina Boldt assisted with this podcast. Lilly J. Goren is professor of political science at Carroll University in Waukesha, WI. She is co-editor of the award winning book, Women and the White House: Gender, Popular Culture, and Presidential Politics (University Press of Kentucky, 2012), as well as co-editor of Mad Men and Politics: Nostalgia and the Remaking of Modern America (Bloomsbury Academic, 2015). Email her comments at lgoren@carrollu.edu or tweet to @gorenlj. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

SportsTalk on TribLIVE.com Podcast
VIDEO: Rebel Yell Podcast: WPIAL Football Playoffs Semifinals Big School Preview + Thomas Jefferson HC Bill Cherpak

SportsTalk on TribLIVE.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 18:40


SportsTalk on TribLIVE.com Podcast
AUDIO: Rebel Yell Podcast: WPIAL Football Playoffs Semifinals Big School Preview + Thomas Jefferson HC Bill Cherpak

SportsTalk on TribLIVE.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 18:41


The Thomas Jefferson Hour
#1469 Locked Down

The Thomas Jefferson Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 55:39


We speak with President Jefferson about how the Articles of Confederation led to the creation of our Constitution. Jefferson also answers questions from listeners about how money and credit worked during his time, and what the pursuit of happiness meant to him. Later in the show we hear from Lindsay Chervinsky and former ND Senator Heidi Heitkamp. You can order Clay's new book at Amazon, Target, Barnes and Noble, or by contacting your independent bookstore. The Language of Cottonwoods is out now through Koehler Books. Mentioned on this episode: New York Times: Constitutional Change Will Be Here Sooner Than We Think, Jim Fuglie's Prairie Blog Find this episode, along with recommended reading, on the blog. Support the show by joining the 1776 Club or by donating to the Thomas Jefferson Hour, Inc. You can learn more about Clay's cultural tours and retreats at jeffersonhour.com/tours. Check out our new merch. You can find Clay's publications on our website, along with a list of his favorite books on Jefferson, Lewis and Clark, and other topics. Thomas Jefferson is interpreted by Clay S. Jenkinson.

Karen Hunter Show
Gayle Jessup White - Author of “Reclamation: Sally Hemings, Thomas Jefferson, and a Descendant's Search for Her Family's Lasting Legacy”

Karen Hunter Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 29:18


To get your copy of "Reclamation" by Gayle Jessup White visit, https://www.harpercollins.com/products/reclamation-gayle-jessup-white?variant=33105523245090 

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL
An Immediate Benefit for NYC Commuters with the New Infrastructure Bill. A Decrease in Subway Crime. A Robbery Occurred at a Local Target. Find Out How Many People Moved Out of NYC During the Pandemic. The Thomas Jefferson Statue Now Has a New Home.

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 3:39


The 11/15/2021 All Local 4pm edition  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Kim Monson Show
Somnambulant, No More

The Kim Monson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 57:19


Frequent guest and co-founder of Liberty Toastmasters Brad Beck is in the studio to comment on his recent op-ed, Somnambulant, No More.  Somnambulant is French for sleep walking as in someone is awake but not aware of their surroundings.  Kim and Brad analyze the differences between Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson.  We live in a Constitutional Republic, not a democracy.  Involvement in local government is extremely important.  We must make the federal government smaller and have policies decided at the local level where the people are most impacted. Ben Murrey, Director of Fiscal Policy at the Independence Institute, joins Kim to discuss his article, Murrey: Governor Polis crippled small business, now offers crutches.  The Institute, under the guidance of Paul Prentice, published a report regarding the disruption from government policies during the COVID-19/Wuhan-China virus reaction disruption in the state of Colorado.  Some of the findings include:  Colorado definitively suffered economically due to the lockdowns in comparison to less restrictive states; small businesses declined by 43% from Pre-COVID-19/Wuhan-China virus levels to now; the leisure and hospitality industry was hit the hardest economically, and as a result the largest minority group, Hispanics, suffered the most financially and; the Fortune 500/box stores saw a 61.4% increase in profits while the mom and pop stores were deemed “unessential” and closed.  Polis, through policies, created the destruction of small businesses and now has a token offering by giving a waiver, in his proposed state budget for fiscal year 2022-23, on fees for those starting a new business. Marlin Kirsch, owner of Kirsch Insurance Group, explains the importance of reviewing your Medicare plan for 2022.  Anyone over 65 years of age who is part of this program, has until December 7th to make changes to coverage for 2022.  Kirsch Insurance Group works with most insurance carriers in Colorado and has proprietary software to analyze what policy works best for your individual prescriptions and needs. Kim and Brad continue their conversation regarding people who are waking up to the damages being done to our schools and our communities by leftist, activist policies.  Parents were extremely engaged in this last election. Policies implemented during the COVID-19/Wuhan-China virus were destructive to their children.  When parents advocated for their children, they were shut down by arrogant school board members, which increased tensions.  Education cannot be handed to the radical left.  Instead, parents must insist on their students' learning fundamentals like reading, writing and math along with civil knowledge.  It is taxpayers' money being spent and school board directors must be held accountable.  Much of the “new” money that flowed in due to COVID-19 policies was spent on programs that were ineffective or administration costs, not to aid in the success of the students.  Masks and vaccinations are other divisive issues, with most parents believing that it is a choice that must be made by parents and families, not school boards.  We definitely do not want to be like Austria where lockdowns have been imposed on all unvaccinated people.  It is very concerning that we should “show papers,” similar to Germany in the late 1930's, to go places.  We must all be active in our communities, including joining service organizations, presenting on a topic to students that we are knowledgeable about, attending board meetings, or becoming a member of a local board.  We must be

New Books in American Studies
Matthew Stewart, “The Epicurean Republic” (Open Agenda, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 87:37


The Epicurean Republic is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and award-winning author and independent scholar Matthew Stewart. In his later years, Thomas Jefferson referred to “the revolutionary part of the [American] Revolution”, which for him meant the founding ideals that would serve as a model for the world on how to build a modern state, as opposed to an incidental squabble between one country and its former colonists. This wide-ranging conversation explores how many of these ideals that Jefferson referred to are part of an intellectual thread that passes through key Enlightenment thinkers such as Spinoza and can be traced all the way back to Epicurus. Howard Burton is the founder of the Ideas Roadshow, Ideas on Film and host of the Ideas Roadshow Podcast. He can be reached at howard@ideasroadshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books Network
Matthew Stewart, “The Epicurean Republic” (Open Agenda, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 87:37


The Epicurean Republic is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and award-winning author and independent scholar Matthew Stewart. In his later years, Thomas Jefferson referred to “the revolutionary part of the [American] Revolution”, which for him meant the founding ideals that would serve as a model for the world on how to build a modern state, as opposed to an incidental squabble between one country and its former colonists. This wide-ranging conversation explores how many of these ideals that Jefferson referred to are part of an intellectual thread that passes through key Enlightenment thinkers such as Spinoza and can be traced all the way back to Epicurus. Howard Burton is the founder of the Ideas Roadshow, Ideas on Film and host of the Ideas Roadshow Podcast. He can be reached at howard@ideasroadshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in History
Rosa Abreu-Runkel, "Vanilla: A Global History" (Reaktion Books, 2020)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 42:26


Today I talked to Rosa Abreu-Runkel about her new book Vanilla: A Global History (Reaktion Books, 2020). Intoxicating and evocative, vanilla is so much more than a spice rack staple. It is a flavor that has defined the entire world—and its roots reach deep into the past. With its earliest origins dating back seventy million years, the history of vanilla begins in ancient Mesoamerica and continues to define and enhance today's traditions and customs. It has been used by nearly every culture as a spice, a perfume, and even a potent aphrodisiac, while renowned figures from Louis XIV to Casanova and Thomas Jefferson have been captivated by its aroma and taste. Featuring recipes, facts, and fables, Vanilla unravels the delightfully rich history, mystery, and essence of a flavor that reconnects us to our own heritage Rosa Abreu-Runkel is assistant professor at New York City College of Technology, Hospitality Department. Amir Sayadabdi is a lecturer in Anthropology at Victoria University of Wellington. He is mainly interested in anthropology of food and its intersection with gender studies, migration studies, and studies of race, ethnicity, and nationalism. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
Rosa Abreu-Runkel, "Vanilla: A Global History" (Reaktion Books, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 42:26


Today I talked to Rosa Abreu-Runkel about her new book Vanilla: A Global History (Reaktion Books, 2020). Intoxicating and evocative, vanilla is so much more than a spice rack staple. It is a flavor that has defined the entire world—and its roots reach deep into the past. With its earliest origins dating back seventy million years, the history of vanilla begins in ancient Mesoamerica and continues to define and enhance today's traditions and customs. It has been used by nearly every culture as a spice, a perfume, and even a potent aphrodisiac, while renowned figures from Louis XIV to Casanova and Thomas Jefferson have been captivated by its aroma and taste. Featuring recipes, facts, and fables, Vanilla unravels the delightfully rich history, mystery, and essence of a flavor that reconnects us to our own heritage Rosa Abreu-Runkel is assistant professor at New York City College of Technology, Hospitality Department. Amir Sayadabdi is a lecturer in Anthropology at Victoria University of Wellington. He is mainly interested in anthropology of food and its intersection with gender studies, migration studies, and studies of race, ethnicity, and nationalism. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in History
Matthew Stewart, “The Epicurean Republic” (Open Agenda, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 87:37


The Epicurean Republic is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and award-winning author and independent scholar Matthew Stewart. In his later years, Thomas Jefferson referred to “the revolutionary part of the [American] Revolution”, which for him meant the founding ideals that would serve as a model for the world on how to build a modern state, as opposed to an incidental squabble between one country and its former colonists. This wide-ranging conversation explores how many of these ideals that Jefferson referred to are part of an intellectual thread that passes through key Enlightenment thinkers such as Spinoza and can be traced all the way back to Epicurus. Howard Burton is the founder of the Ideas Roadshow, Ideas on Film and host of the Ideas Roadshow Podcast. He can be reached at howard@ideasroadshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Law
Matthew Stewart, “The Epicurean Republic” (Open Agenda, 2021)

New Books in Law

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 87:37


The Epicurean Republic is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and award-winning author and independent scholar Matthew Stewart. In his later years, Thomas Jefferson referred to “the revolutionary part of the [American] Revolution”, which for him meant the founding ideals that would serve as a model for the world on how to build a modern state, as opposed to an incidental squabble between one country and its former colonists. This wide-ranging conversation explores how many of these ideals that Jefferson referred to are part of an intellectual thread that passes through key Enlightenment thinkers such as Spinoza and can be traced all the way back to Epicurus. Howard Burton is the founder of the Ideas Roadshow, Ideas on Film and host of the Ideas Roadshow Podcast. He can be reached at howard@ideasroadshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/law

The History of Literature
358 The Profound Wisdom of Black Life and Literature (with Farah Jasmine Griffin) | Charles Dickens's Gospel (with Scott Carter)

The History of Literature

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 64:57


In her new book Read Until You Understand, beloved professor Farah Jasmine Griffin entwines memoir, history, and art in exploring the culture of Black genius and the lessons and legacies of Black lives and literature. In this episode, Professor Griffin joins Jacke for a discussion of her father, the role literature played in her life after her father's untimely death, and the lifetime she's spent traveling through literature in search of a deeper understanding of concepts like mercy, love, justice, rage, beauty, and joy. PLUS Scott Carter, author of the play Discord: the Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens, and Count Leo Tolstoy joins Jacke for another look at three famous historical figures who each wrote their own version of the gospels. In this installment, Scott tells Jacke about the approach taken by Victorian supernova Charles Dickens. Help support the show at patreon.com/literature or historyofliterature.com/shop. The History of Literature Podcast is a member of Lit Hub Radio and the Podglomerate Network. Learn more at www.thepodglomerate.com/historyofliterature. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Gary DeMar Podcast
Is There a "Wall of Separation"?

The Gary DeMar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 22:19


It is often stated that there is a "wall of separation between church and state" in this country. The problem is that this phrase does not appear in the U.S. Constitution, despite many claiming that it does. The First Amendment is a limitation on Congress, not on any and all interaction between religion and politics. In Chapter 11 of Myths, Lies, and Half-Truths, Gary discusses this misunderstanding, as well as where the concept of a wall of separation actually originated. Get Myths, Lies, and Half-Truths from American Vision here: https://store.americanvision.org/products/myths-lies-and-half-truths

The History of Literature
357 Little Women Remixed (with Bethany C. Morrow) | Thomas Jefferson's Gospel (with Scott Carter)

The History of Literature

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 71:14


It's a literary feast! National bestselling author Bethany C. Morrow joins Jacke for a discussion of her novel So Many Beginnings: A Little Women Remix, in which four young Black sisters come of age during the American Civil War. PLUS playwright Scott Carter, author of Discord: The Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens, and Count Leo Tolstoy, returns to the podcast to tell Jacke about Jefferson's efforts to write a new version of the New Testament. Enjoy! Help support the show at patreon.com/literature or historyofliterature.com/shop. The History of Literature Podcast is a member of Lit Hub Radio and the Podglomerate Network. Learn more at www.thepodglomerate.com/historyofliterature. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Thomas Jefferson Hour
#1468 Triumph and Tragedy with Joseph Ellis

The Thomas Jefferson Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 56:58


Professor Joseph Ellis joins us this week for further discussion about his new book, The Cause: The American Revolution and Its Discontents. For more than two centuries, historians have debated the history of the American Revolution, disputing its roots, its provenance, and above all, its meaning. The Cause is the product of Ellis' lifetime of writing about America's founding era. The book enlightens and challenges the story of the founding of our nation. You can order Clay's new book at Amazon, Target, Barnes and Noble, or by contacting your independent bookstore. The Language of Cottonwoods is out now through Koehler Books. Mentioned on this episode: The Cause: The American Revolution and Its Discontents. Find this episode, along with recommended reading, on the blog. Support the show by joining the 1776 Club or by donating to the Thomas Jefferson Hour, Inc. You can learn more about Clay's cultural tours and retreats at jeffersonhour.com/tours. Check out our new merch. You can find Clay's publications on our website, along with a list of his favorite books on Jefferson, Lewis and Clark, and other topics. Thomas Jefferson is interpreted by Clay S. Jenkinson.

Good Job, Brain!
218: Are You Worth Your Salt?

Good Job, Brain!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 64:59


These trivia pretzels are making us thirsty because we are upping our sodium intake this week to celebrate the crystalline savory goodness that is salt. Learn how people absolutely and hilariously dunked on Thomas Jefferson and his quest for the mysterious and legendary "salt mountain." Take Dana's salty quiz, and take a trivia joyride with Colin across the Bonneville Salt Flats, and find out why car commercials are always being filmed there. And get ready for a truly wild, wild, wild origin story behind the humble barnacle. ALSO: World Porridge Making Championship, NACL word quiz For advertising inquiries, please contact sales@advertisecast.com! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices