REP TROY NEHLS SAYS DONALD TRUMP WILL MAKE HISTORY BECAUSE HE WILL DO WHAT GROVER CLEVELAND DID IN 1892
The Great America Show with Lou Dobbs
The Dems are deathly afraid of Donald Trump and that’s why AG Garland appointed a Special Counsel. They want to keep him off the ballot because they know Trump will beat any Democrat. In 2020 Big Tech and Media had 70% of Americans believing we wouldn’t know who our President was on election night. They did the same thing in 2022 unless it was their candidate in the lead, then they call it by 10 PM. There are problems with the integrity of our elections. When are Americans going to stand up and say we need positive change in the way we run our elections? When we have ballots coming in a week after the election, that’s where the fraud occurs. Let’s get down to the serious questions about why this Administration has abused the American people and Donald Trump. GUEST: REP TROY NEHLS, TEXAS
On this inaugural episode of The Charles C. W. Cooke Podcast, Charles reflects on the ten years he spent doing his previous podcast, Mad Dogs and Englishman; wonders why the Joe Rogan panic so suddenly disappeared; talks to Troy Senik about his new book on Grover Cleveland, A Man of Iron: The Turbulent Life and Improbable Presidency of Grover Cleveland; discusses who is really the all-time Major League Baseball home-run champion with Dan McLaughlin (live from LAX); and offers a preview of what's to come later. The dial-up tone in the introduction was recorded by lintphishx and is used under a CC 3.0 License.
The Turbulent Life and Improbable Presidency of Grover Cleveland
This American President
Grover Cleveland’s political career—a dizzying journey that saw him rise from obscure lawyer to president of the United States in just three years—was marked by contradictions. A politician of uncharacteristic honesty and principle, he was nevertheless dogged by secrets from his personal life. A believer in limited government, he pushed presidential power to its limits to combat a crippling depression, suppress labor unrest, and resist the forces of American imperialism. A headstrong executive who alienated Congress, political bosses, and even his own party, his stubbornness nevertheless became the key to his political appeal. The most successful Democratic politician of his era, he came to be remembered most fondly by Republicans. In this episode we are joined by Troy Senik to discuss the improbable presidency of Grover Gleveland.TROY SENIK | A MAN OF IRONhttps://www.simonandschuster.com/books/A-Man-of-Iron/Troy-Senik/9781982140748JOIN PREMIUMListen ad-free for only $5/month at www.bit.ly/TAPpremiumFOLLOW USwww.linktr.ee/thisamericanpresidentCREDITSHost: Richard LimProducer: Michael NealArtist: Nip Rogers, www.NipRogers.com
#160 - Iron Will: The Presidency of Grover Cleveland: A Dialogue with Troy Senik
In this episode, Xavier Bonilla has a dialogue with Troy Senik about the life and presidency of Grover Cleveland. They discuss how one defines a successful president and why this is important to consider when evaluating a presidential legacy. They talk about the philosophy and worldview in which Grover Cleveland governed, his temperament and contextual background, his absence from the civil war, and his time as mayor of Buffalo and governor of New York. They spend time discussing the case of Maria Halpin, his first term as president, his relationship with Frances Folsom, and his 2nd term as president along with what his legacy is as the 22nd and 24th president of the United States. Troy Senik is an author and former White House speechwriter. He has worked at various think tanks and has published many pieces in mainstream publications such as The Wall Street Journal and Los Angeles Times. He is the co-founder of the digital media company, Kite & Key. He is the author of the book, A Man of Iron: The Turbulent Life and Improbable Presidency of Grover Cleveland. Twitter: @troy_senik
S2 E24 NOT Grover Cleveland's Second Term Question and Answer Episode
Visiting the Presidents
How many of us just want a second chance? Grover Cleveland did, winning the popular vote for the third straight time (only Andrew Jackson and Franklin Roosevelt can claim that!) and becoming our only president to serve non-consecutive terms!We won’t do his home at Westland over…Check out Episode 22, "Grover Cleveland and Princeton," for that info! Instead, Episode 24 is a Question and Answer with questions submitted by listeners of the “Visiting the Presidents” podcast!Among the Questions Answered: Who is the best "Never-Ran"? What do I look for on a Re-Visit at a Presidential site? Which Presidents made the most money after the Presidency? Which Presidents could have used a Grover Cleveland-esque cooling off period between terms? What were some of the Presidents' favorite books? Who was among our most stylish Presidents? What effect did that have? How did the First Lady's role change over time? Which Presidential site makes the best wedding venue? Which Presidential home would I most have wanted to grow up in? Check out the website at VisitingthePresidents.com for visual aids, links, past episodes, recommended reading, and other information!Episode Page: "Season 2 NOT Grover Cleveland's Second Term Question and Answer Episode" Season 1's "NOT Grover Cleveland's Second Term Question and Answer Episode" Support the show
Grover the Good? Or Grover the Non-Consecutive? Whichever you pick, Grover Cleveland has quite the life story, and we'll explore his political rise; his contentious elections and two Presidencies; his wife, Frances, and children; and his homes!Check out the website at VisitingthePresidents.com for visual aids, links, past episodes, recommended reading, and other information!Episode Page: https://visitingthepresidents.com/2022/08/01/season-2-episode-22-grover-cleveland-and-princeton/Season 1's Grover Cleveland Episode: https://visitingthepresidents.com/2021/06/15/episode-22-grover-cleveland-and-caldwell/Support the show
Grover Cleveland was a lawyer and former sheriff enjoying a bachelor's life full of tall beers and greasy food. Then in 1881, he was elected mayor of Buffalo. In 1882, he was elected governor of New York. His meteoric rise culminated in 1884 when he became the first Democrat elected president since before the Civil War. In one short term, he tackled civil service reform, set an unbelievable veto record, and married the youngest First Lady in our nation's history. When she left the White House after his defeat in the 1888 election, she predicted they'd return four years later. Stay tuned for Part 2 and find out if she was right.
Iain Dale talks to presidential historian Alvin S. Felzenberg about the life and presidencies of Grover Cleveland, America’s 22nd and 24th president. He remains the only president to serve two separate terms of office, from 1885-1889 and 1893-1897.
Have you ever heard of fly-over states? You know states where people just think that they're not interesting enough to even land in. Well, I used to think that there were flyover presidents, presidents in American history that we're not noteworthy enough to even remember. But after talking to our season finale guest, my mind has been changed! President Grover Cleveland was once one of those flyover presidents, but our guest Kenny Ryan from the Abridged Presidential History podcast wove me a tale of two Telenovela-worthy scandals. I'm talking secret babies, putting a woman in an asylum, and a secret yacht mouth cancer surgery! So why don't you push play already, because you're not gonna wanna miss the season finale episode!Instagram Patreon Link TreeEmail: email@example.com[Abridged] Presidential Histories by Kenny RyanTwitterSpotifyFacebook