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S9 E1: Chris DeRose on the Philosophy of Demoralization

Bitcoin Takeover Podcast

Today, the once-outspoken Bitcoin Uncensored co-host Chris DeRose is unusually reclusive. But in spite of his apparent demoralization, he is as sharp and candid as ever – and any match with him is still a no holds barred. Hope you'll enjoy this long one!

3hr 33mins

16 Jun 2021

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CLV -Battle of Athens Tenn. with Chris DeRose

Fringe Radio Network

Chris DeRose is the New York Times Bestselling author of "The Fighting Bunch," "Star Spangled Scandal," "The Presidents' War," "Congressman Lincoln," and "Founding Rivals." Chris was formerly Senior Litigation Counsel to the Arizona Attorney General, a Professor of Constitutional Law, and Clerk of the Superior Court for Maricopa County, leading a team of over 700 professionals in serving America's fourth largest county. ​He serves on the Board of Directors for the Abraham Lincoln Association and Board of Scholarly Advisors for President Lincoln's Cottage, a historic site in Washington DC. He is a member of the Mystery Writers of America. ​A native of Chicago, Chris lives in Phoenix with Dr. Hannah DeRose, his hero and wife, who is saving lives amid a pandemic, their baby Ben, and French bulldog, Le Chien. In August 1946, Newsweek reported from Athens, Tennessee, where veterans of World War II had won their final—and most unexpected—battle, dislodging a corrupt political machine after a six-hour firefight. Reporters described "tension growing" through a "hot, still day" and "300 armed special deputies brought in by Sheriff Pat Mansfield to 'guard' the ballot boxes." The scene sounded more like Germany or Japan than America: a voter shot for trying to cast a ballot; GI poll watchers arrested, assaulted and having to jump through glass to escape being held hostage.About the book: "Armed deputies took two ballot boxes to the jail for counting, refusing to permit GI observers." A small group of veterans—the fighting bunch—demanded a public count of the ballots and, when they were refused, opened fire. The full story of the battle—the only successful rebellion on U.S. soil since the Revolution—remained shrouded in mystery. Newsweek readers wanted to know the full story. But the GIs weren't interested in talking. In my new book, The Fighting Bunch, I can finally reveal the full story of the Battle of Athens, Tennessee. Some of these long-sought details appear in Newsweek for the first time—nearly 75 years later"https://www.newsweek.com/how-world-war-ii-vets-won-uss-only-successful-rebellion-since-1776-opinion-1539122www.patriotradionetwork.org

49mins

19 Jan 2021

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Chris Derose - Author of The Fighting Buch

Libertarian Veteran

Chris DeRose is the New York Times Bestselling author of "The Fighting Bunch," "Star Spangled Scandal," "The Presidents' War," "Congressman Lincoln," and "Founding Rivals." Chris was formerly Senior Litigation Counsel to the Arizona Attorney General, a Professor of Constitutional Law, and Clerk of the Superior Court for Maricopa County, leading a team of over 700 professionals in serving America's fourth largest county. ​He serves on the Board of Directors for the Abraham Lincoln Association and Board of Scholarly Advisors for President Lincoln's Cottage, a historic site in Washington DC. He is a member of the Mystery Writers of America. ​A native of Chicago, Chris lives in Phoenix with Dr. Hannah DeRose, his hero and wife, who is saving lives amid a pandemic, their baby Ben, and French bulldog, Le Chien. In August 1946, Newsweek reported from Athens, Tennessee, where veterans of World War II had won their final—and most unexpected—battle, dislodging a corrupt political machine after a six-hour firefight. Reporters described "tension growing" through a "hot, still day" and "300 armed special deputies brought in by Sheriff Pat Mansfield to 'guard' the ballot boxes." The scene sounded more like Germany or Japan than America: a voter shot for trying to cast a ballot; GI poll watchers arrested, assaulted and having to jump through glass to escape being held hostage.About the book: "Armed deputies took two ballot boxes to the jail for counting, refusing to permit GI observers." A small group of veterans—the fighting bunch—demanded a public count of the ballots and, when they were refused, opened fire. The full story of the battle—the only successful rebellion on U.S. soil since the Revolution—remained shrouded in mystery. Newsweek readers wanted to know the full story. But the GIs weren't interested in talking. In my new book, The Fighting Bunch, I can finally reveal the full story of the Battle of Athens, Tennessee. Some of these long-sought details appear in Newsweek for the first time—nearly 75 years later"https://www.newsweek.com/how-world-war-ii-vets-won-uss-only-successful-rebellion-since-1776-opinion-1539122www.patriotradionetwork.org

49mins

19 Jan 2021

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Chris DeRose, The Fighting Bunch. The Justin Herman Show.

The Justin Herman Show

Chris DeRose is the New York Times Bestselling author of "The Fighting Bunch," "Star Spangled Scandal," "The Presidents' War," "Congressman Lincoln," and "Founding Rivals."   Chris was formerly Senior Litigation Counsel to the Arizona Attorney General, a Professor of Constitutional Law, and Clerk of the Superior Court for Maricopa County, leading a team of over 700 professionals in serving America's fourth largest county.     He serves on the Board of Directors for the Abraham Lincoln Association and Board of Scholarly Advisors for President Lincoln's Cottage, a historic site in Washington DC, and is a member of the Mystery Writers of America.   ​A native of Chicago, Chris lives in Phoenix, with his wife, Hannah, a radiologist, their son, Ben, and French bulldog, Le Chien.   Chris DeRose Website FIGHTING BUNCH book on Amazon Phantom Marine Podcast

46mins

19 Nov 2020

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Episode 121: The Fighting Bunch with Chris DeRose

The Urbane Cowboys Podcast

Author Chris DeRose joins Josiah Neeley of the R Street Institute to talk about his book "The Fighting Bunch: The Battle of Athens and How World War II Veterans Won the Only Successful Armed Rebellion Since the Revolution."https://www.amazon.com/Fighting-Bunch-Successful-Rebellion-Revolution/dp/125026619XProduced by Rip Van Winkle.

39mins

8 Nov 2020

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Chris DeRose

Poisoned Pen Podcast

Larry Siegel in conversation with Chris DeRose

1hr 1min

2 Nov 2020

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Counted as Cast: Interview With Chris DeRose

The Tinderbox Podcast

Chris DeRose is the New York Times Bestselling author of "The Fighting Bunch," "Star Spangled Scandal," "The Presidents' War," "Congressman Lincoln," and "Founding Rivals." Link to "The Fighting Bunch" https://www.amazon.com/Fighting-Bunch-Successful-Rebellion-Revolution-ebook/dp/B084M1Y65B/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=fighting+bunch&qid=1590284365&sr=8-1Chris was formerly Senior Litigation Counsel to the Arizona Attorney General, a Professor of Constitutional Law, and Clerk of the Superior Court for Maricopa County, leading a team of over 700 professionals in serving America's fourth largest county. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Abraham Lincoln Association and Board of Scholarly Advisors for President Lincoln's Cottage, a historic site in Washington DC, and is a member of the Mystery Writers of America. A native of Chicago, Chris lives in Phoenix, with his wife, Hannah, a radiologist, their son, Ben, and French bulldog, Le Chien.

1hr 19mins

28 Sep 2020

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#70 Chris DeRose (Kajukenbo Series)(SGWA PODCAST)(MMA)

Podcast - Social Gelo with Angelo

Chris DeRose is a Kajukenbo black belt and former competitor. He shares his martial arts journey as well as how martial arts helped him develop not just as an artist but as a person.

1hr 2mins

10 Aug 2020

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The 1859 Washington D.C. Murder of Philip Barton Key II w/ Chris DeRose - A True Crime History Podcast

Most Notorious! A True Crime History Podcast

As political factions battled in pre-Civil War Washington D.C., a sensational sex and murder scandal suddenly grabbed the nation's attention. New York Congressman Daniel Sickles, having learned that his wife Teresa was in the midst of a torrid love affair with U.S. Attorney Philip Barton Key II, angrily confronted him in a park with fatal consequences. My guest is Chris DeRose, New York Times bestselling author, historian and former law professor. He shares details from his meticulously researched book, "Star Spangled Scandal: Sex, Murder and the Trial That Changed America". Become a Most Notorious patron at: www.patreon.com/mostnotoriousLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

51mins

15 May 2020

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Fallen Hero, Chris Derose: "Bitcoin Let Me Down"

Keyword: Crypto

Chris comes clean about Bitcoin letting him down.  LINK to the 26 page paper he references. Chris DeRose:  Twitter: @derose  Check out two projects he likes:  Shrimpy.io/ Pandaanalytics.com/    Our Socials: Website: keywordcrypto.com Facebook: @keywordcrypto Twitter: @keywordcrypto Twitter (Michael): @keywordcrypto_m Twitter (JJ): @keyword_jj Linkedin: @keywordcrypto Youtube: KeywordCrypto Support Us: BTC: 39v3yrPDqm61LtyknESDAyAmGUGyuW3Kc1   ETH: 0xe5DCA0e80BF96Cb43fdb0d033a65461c8F8f9988 NANO: nano_3qrknjfmy33jspmzbssrbpskzdi8qibq9zztr6rn7kx8ai3yzyb8569fmfpf Patreon Coinbase Tippin.me Intro Song: Physical Forms - On the Brink --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/keywordcrypto/support

1hr 13mins

5 Mar 2020

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