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"caroline kennedy" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Allow Congressman Jim Banks and Jim Jordan to be part of the committee investigating the January 6th attack on the U. S. Capitol. The Freedom Caucus is letter describes Pelosi's time in charge of the chamber as an authoritarian rain. President Biden is planning to nominate Caroline Kennedy to be the ambassador to Australia. The daughter of former President John F. Kennedy was previously the ambassador to Japan. During the Obama administration. She's a longtime friend of the president and NASA has awarded SpaceX a $178 million contract to launch the first mission aimed at conducting detailed investigations of Europa. Jupiter's icy moon, including a search for water. SpaceX is expected to utilize its Falcon heavy rocket and team with JPL. The launch from Cape Canaveral aiming for October of 2024, the markets closed in the green. Don't Miss Loh's just for pros event going on now get select appliance, special values and even more in savings, plus shop. Other great values across the story shop in store or online lows. The new home for pros news sponsored Bye. Lowe's okay. ABC SoCal weather mostly clear tonight with some patchy clouds and fog along the coast lows in the sixties tomorrow, low clouds and fog in the morning, clearing the sunny skies with highs in the seventies and the beaches. Mid eighties to nineties through the inland in Valley areas currently at 79 degrees in Garden Grove, 76 in Gardena, and it's 85 degrees in Glendale. It's Leo two point Oh, live at five. Leo Terrell tells it like it is weekdays at five. Follow away the new MO Tech on money at six on your Drive home, and only here on 7 90 K ABC traffic is next. And 7 90. I am 7.
Utah Senator Mitt Romney gets Profile in Courage Award for impeachment vote
"Utah Senator Mitt Romney is this year's recipient of the Kennedy Family Profile in Courage Award Michael Kastner reports. Romney was the only Republican senator who voted to convict during Donald Trump's impeachment trial in 2020, JFK's daughter, Caroline Kennedy and grandson Jack's lost. Berg spoke with the Today show this morning. He showed us all that courage and faith and integrity are outdated on that politics can still be a noble profession. Romney study was honored and humbled by the award. Whether I should get a head is not entirely up to you, but whether or not you live by your conscience is entirely up to you. The award was given virtually this year because of the pandemic. I'm Michael
Farm Workers Face Double Threat: Wildfire Smoke And COVID-19
"Farm, workers do not have the option to work from home in California. They faced the elements not just covert. But also record heat and wildfires Eric Mahoney. Of K. A.. Z., you reports from a strawberry field in Salinas California. farmworkers swiftly picks a row of strawberries. He tosses to the ground, the bruise berries that won't sell the others into their plastic clam shells. The air quality is better on this day but just a few weeks ago the sun glowed orange and ash fell from the sky after a wildfire erupted nearby has do sell Mata. The foreman says the smoke was so thick in mid August that it hurt the cruise sinuses. We must. Be We stop for our safety. He says, we had to stop for one day and that wasn't easy call. He's in charge of sixty five people who are paid more money. The more they pick, it's been a tremendously difficult year Dr Caroline Kennedy Cares for farmworkers. She directs nine clinics in Monterey County where agriculture is a leading industry you they home when the air quality doesn't make you feel well or do you just go back to work these are markers who are predominantly Latino feed the world yet they're struggling to feed their own families and They've been disproportionately affected by the coronavirus in Monterey County alone more than seventy percent of cases are among the Tino's often they go back to very congested living situations and everyone in the family is infected cove nineteen patients tell Kennedy they just can't take a deep breath that's compounded by wildfire smoke under a California regulation that took effect last year employers must provide proper masks to outdoor workers when air quality degrades to a certain level whether or not the workers are required to actually put on the mask depends on how bad the air quality is. The messaging is confusing says Richard Steadman who runs the regional air resources district when the air is bad, the general public is told to stay indoors I. See workers being advised that they can go out into the field and exert themselves as long as they have in their possession, a mask that's not very protective. The united farm workers says even. So enforcement of the regulation is a problem Armando Alana's is with the UAW. The. Vast majority of farmers were not provided have not been provided and ninety five mass. You W conducted a statewide poll in. August. To get a better understanding of the situation workers told Atlanta's there is felt like they were burning but you know they were they were more worried about. Trying, to make ends meet trying to pay the rent with multiple wildfires in California and a pandemic that's making and ninety five's hard to find the state answered calls for help and shipped around one point four million masks, two counties throughout the state. Henry. Gonzales the Agricultural Commissioner for Monterey County says he's received over three, hundred, thirty, thousand were. Really, the odds and we were able to get those considering their scarcity. Back at the strawberry field in Salinas. Gonzales watches worker is snapped closed the fruit containers he says showing up to this job can be a risk, but the produce can't wait. They're ready when they're ready and if you're not there to harvest, they're going to go to waste which means less money for companies, smaller paychecks, farmworkers, and fewer strawberries in grocery carts losses that might be necessary to protect farm workers help. For NPR News America. Mahoney in Salinas California.
Farm Workers Face Double Threat: Wildfire Smoke And COVID-19
"Farm workers do not have the option to work from home in California. They faced the elements not just covert. But also record heat and wildfires Eric Mahoney of K.. A. Z.. You reports from a strawberry field in Salinas California. farmworkers swiftly picks a row of strawberries. He tosses to the ground, the bruise berries that won't sell the others into their plastic clam shells. The, air quality is better on this day but just a few weeks ago the sun glowed orange and ash family. The Sky after a wildfire erupted nearby has do sell Mata. The foreman says the smoke was so thick in mid August that it hurt the cruise sinuses for. We must. Be We. Stop for our safety. He says, we had to stop for one day and that wasn't easy call. He's in charge of sixty five people who are paid more money. The more they pick it's been a tremendously difficult year Dr Caroline Kennedy Cares for farmworkers. She directs nine clinics in Monterey County where agriculture is a leading industry you they home when the air quality doesn't make you feel well or do you just go back to work these are markers who are predominantly Latino feed the world yet they're struggling to feed their own families and They've been disproportionately affected by the coronavirus in Monterey County alone more than seventy percent of cases are among the Tino's often they go back to very congested living situations and everyone in the family is infected cove nineteen patients tell Kennedy. They just can't take a deep breath that's compounded by wildfire smoke under a California regulation that took effect last year employers must provide proper masks to outdoor workers when air quality degrades to a certain level whether or not the workers are required to actually put on the mask depends on how bad the air quality is. The messaging is confusing says Richard Steadman who runs the regional air resources district when the air is bad the general public is told to stay indoors what I see workers being advised that can go out into the field and exert themselves as long as they have in their possession, a mask that's not very protective. The united farm workers says even so enforcement of the regulation is a problem Armando Alana's is with the UAW? The vast majority of farmers were not provided have not been provided and ninety five mass. You W conducted a statewide poll in August to get a better understanding of the situation workers told Atlanta's there is felt like they were burning, but you know they were they were more worried about. Trying to make ends meet trying to pay the rent with multiple wildfires in California and pandemic. That's making and ninety five's hard to find the state answered calls for help and shipped around one point four million masks two counties throughout the State Henry Gonzales the Agricultural Commissioner for Monterey County says he's received over three, hundred, thirty, thousand were. Really the odds and we were able to get those considering their scarcity. Back. At the strawberry field in Salinas Gonzales watches worker is snapped closed the fruit containers he says showing up to this job can be a risk, but the produce can't wait. They're ready when they're ready and if you're not there to harvest, they're going to go to waste which means less money for companies, smaller paychecks, farmworkers, and fewer strawberries in grocery carts losses that might be necessary to protect farm workers help. For NPR News America Mahoney in Salinas
"caroline kennedy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"She's not. She's a Kennedy by marriage. She's running for a house seat. And so there still could be a chance that one of them could get in there. But I thought that was fascinating because he was marketed as the second coming. Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg, son. No, they're grooming him. To be the next big Kennedy family leader. So watch out for that there are he's already in politics and they already are doing this. I cannot stand that I cannot stand that politics isn't a family business. It is not an industry. I cannot stand this. Just like punditry isn't a family business polemic. Start a family business. If if you have kids if you're in it, and you have kids that show an interest in their very involved in their genuinely interested, that's fine. We pry purposefully did everything I could to push my oldest son off of it. He's like, very he loves debate. He loves following the issues. He's very into it, he Grete, But I want to make it hard for him because I think it's too easy for people to get involved in. And that's why you have a lot of people. That's a lot of stupid stuff in there in it For the wrong reasons, you get grifters and everything else in and I can't stand it. That's what they're doing with this. They treat these seats like it's like an inheritance. Back in the day and the days of yore. It was actually a hardship. When providing health insurance and things like this for these people. It was like to attract people to take thes seats. It was like jury duty. That's how it was originally envisioned. It was like jury duty. These were people who were farmers and business owners, and they really didn't want to do this. But they had to And then they made it really, really easy for people to stay in the seat and just not actually work. Elected office is just a more romanticized version of welfare except They lie about it. At least people who take entitlements know what they're doing, and they're honest about it. Politicians are Politicians are welfare babies. Get mad at me for saying it. They are These are people who they treat these seats. All of them both parties to they treat these seats like they are that they're entitled. They have Children. They raise them up to expect to get PCT, too, and to work in politics like it's the family industry. You realize that smart doesn't always hit every single generation. Go back and look in history. Who was it wasn't like the second Piero de Medici who was like the dumb one. He was all about self, and he wasn't He wasn't really raised up to be and ambitious and and smart with management at all of this stuff, And here you have, like generations of this family that built this and this one dude ruins almost ruins it all or like the last one guest on the last one who ended up being a drunkard and squandered away his wealth. I mean, it takes one of them. Right, one member of the family one generation to screw it all up. Which is and they know this that they build in protections for themselves. Polyp politicians and elected office. Now. If you go when you serve and you do it, and then you get out, you're done. That's fine. But the people who like stay there forever, even long past their usefulness. I always measured by long past their usefulness. It's it's it's a form of his welfare. And I don't believe I am almost I get furious. Talking about? Ah, Casting and I can't think of a phrase for it term limits. I get mad. I'm sorry. I genuinely mean it. You're going to disagree with me on term limits. I think it's the stupidest thing ever proposed. I hear whenever I hear term limits, I hear people volunteering to give more of their sovereignty away to the government. Your term limit is your vote. It's your vote. And because people can't won't get out and vote and and what? You're just gonna go ahead and give that to the government, too. All that. I know people who talk about term limits. I never seen them out Canvassing..
"caroline kennedy" Discussed on KCRW
"Chris in the United States yeah John F. Kennedy may god bless their ship and all who sail in her a few months back Caroline Kennedy christened the ship in honor of her late father these kinds of ceremonies are becoming more frequent after decades of decline the navy's fleet is on the rise this year it's expected to top three hundred warships and it's aiming for a much larger number three fifty five should goals more than a goal it's in the law it was in the authorization bill several years ago and was a stated goal of the president when he ran for election in twenty sixteen that's Thomas mode Lee the acting secretary of the navy warships can come with jaw dropping price tags the left one hundred foot long one hundred thousand ton Kennedy for example costs more than thirteen billion dollars and for mostly paying for a lot more ships is a challenge that's what we're trying to figure out right now but when you look at the size of the flea right now there were it was four years ago we were at two hundred seventy five ships so getting to a fleet of three fifty five is going to require a significantly higher top line that's a thirty percent increase in the size of the fleet but I don't think it's reasonable for us to ask for a thirty percent more top line it's just not enough money to go around a defense to be able to find that mostly says he's confident the navy can get they are but says it will have to get some additional funding and chew ships the cost for us however it decides to reach three hundred and fifty five there's one especially influential person who wants it to happen our navy is now the smaller suspend since believe it or not World War one don't worry going to soon be the largest it's been that was president trump back in twenty seventeen on his own visit to Newport news the navy's goal for fleet size had been more modest mark can't see and is with the center for strategic and International Studies the navy's previous target had been three hundred eight ships but after trump won the election they couldn't have a target that was below with the now president elect was recommending so the navy did a quick for structure analysis and came up with three hundred fifty five ships can't see in once led the office of management and budget's division that focused on the defense budget and acquisitions he says it's unclear exactly how large the fleet really should be I think is a strong argument that the navy needs to be larger if the United States wants to execute the strategy that it has pursued since the late Obama administration and then into the trump administration that is a global superpower that is engaged in Europe in the Middle East and in the Pacific also that is going to engage in a long term competition with Russia and China doing those two things takes all large navy not whether that needs to be three hundred fifty five ships or not there isn't a lot of analysis there mostly though is focused on that three hundred and fifty five number and that would mean integrating into that sweet some ships that cost less require fewer people to man them and also help with our overall strategy of having distributed maritime operations with more ships out there in the fleet he says the navy can not only reached three hundred and fifty five but do it ahead of schedule and without even counting the drone ships the navy is aggressively pursuing for NPR news I'm Jay price this is NPR news it is for nineteen AKC are W. LA county has submitted a bid to purchase Saint Vincent Medical Center in Westlake KCRW siris castle reports the county wants to turn it into a facility for an house to people very health system announced that a proposed sale of the hospital in the Westlake district had fallen through last month the nonprofit which owns the Medical Center filed for bankruptcy in twenty eighteen county supervisor held this lease was behind the proposal to purchase the hospital and she says the need in the area is enormous we know that the largest homeless population is centered right in this area about sixty over sixteen thousand so it'll be multiple benefits for our districts the county has not announced how much they bid it's also unknown if anyone has countered it that's K. C. R. W.'s siris castle still ahead this morning on morning edition a lot of federal judges have quit over the trump administration stance on immigration and asylum they are obstet upset and in frustrated there was a very subtle or not so subtle efforts for those whose agenda as a dramatic decrease in immigration a recently retired judge talks about the pressures he faced that's coming up on morning edition we have a wind advisory in effect until nine o'clock tomorrow night possibility of forty five mile an hour wind gusts especially in that passes and canyons our highs today expected in the mid sixties low seventies and we have sunshine after a slight chance for showers this morning for NPR comes from this station I'm from.
U.S. Navy Ponders An Ambitious Fleet Makeover Amid Tight Budget
"President Trump's administration is expected to unveil a budget plan today under a deal with Congress last year. Defense spending would rise only slightly which leaves leaves the United States Navy a little bit caught between a tight budget and a president who would like things to be a lot bigger Jay price of our member station W. UNC reports the scene at the famous shipyard. Newport News Virginia was a naval classic United States ship John F. Kennedy God bless this this shed and all who sail in her a few months back. Caroline Kennedy Chris and ship in honor of her late father. These kinds kinds of ceremonies are becoming more frequent after decades of decline. The Navy's fleet is on the rise. This year is expected to top three hundred warships. And it's aiming for a much larger number that fifty five ship goals more than a goal. It's in the law. He was in the authorization bill several years ago and was date stated goal of the president when he ran for election in two thousand sixteen. That's Thomas Mode. Leave the acting. Secretary of the Navy warships can come with jaw-dropping Christ tags the eleven hundred foot long one hundred thousand tonne Kennedy for example costs more than thirteen billion dollars and for Moseley paying for a lot more ships. It's a challenge. That's what we're trying to figure out right now but when you look at the size of the fleet right now where it was four years ago we were at two hundred seventy five ships so getting into a fleet of three fifty five is going to require a significantly higher top line. That's a thirty percent increase in the size of the fleet. But I don't think it's reasonable for us to ask for thirty percent more top line. It's just not enough money to go around and defense to be able to fund. That Moodley says he's confident. The navy can get there but says it will have to get some additional channel funding and chew ships that cost less however it decides to reach three hundred and fifty five. There's one especially influential person who wants it to camping. Our Navy is now the smaller suspend since believe it or not World War One. Don't worry GonNa soon be the largest. It's been that was president. President trump back in two thousand seventeen on his own visit to Newport News. The navy's goal for fleet size had been more modest mark. Canton is with the Center for strategic not GIC and International Studies. The navy's previous target had been three hundred h ships but after trump won the election. They couldn't have target. That was below at uh. Now president-elect was recommending so the Navy did a quick for structure analysis and came up with three hundred fifty five ships can't see in once led the Office of Management and Budget Division that focused on the defense budget and acquisitions. He says it's unclear. Exactly how large the fleet really should be. I think because a strong argument that the navy needs to be larger if the United States wants to execute the strategy that it has pursued since the late Obama administration ration- and then into the trump administration that is a global superpower that is engaged in Europe in the Middle East and in the Pacific. Nick also that is going to engage in a long-term competition with Russia and China. Doing those two things takes all large navy now whether that needs to be three hundred fifty five ships or not. There isn't a lot of analysis there. mody though is focused on that three hundred and fifty five five number and that would mean integrating into that fleet some ships that cost less require fewer people to man them and also helped with our overall all strategy of having distributed maritime operations with more ships out during the fleet. He says the navy can not only reach three hundred fifty five but do it ahead of schedule Joel. And without even counting the drone ships. The navy is aggressively
The world has never been more convenient. What is that doing to us?
"As it sounds like the invention of canned beans. We've gone to canned goods than we invented washing machine. Everything we have done has been about making our lives easier that in and of itself is not about thing. It's very good thing but with a i technology the options now are making our choices the matter of lifting a finger instead of actually physically washing the walking to a washing machine gene and doing the actual labor. We're not doing labor anymore. We're not doing anything that requires some effort some thinking some inconvenience everything we're choosing and everything that's being offered to us is about making life easier simpler and frankly less rewarding. Is there a threshold somewhere that we crossed because to your point. I don't think anybody would argue that. The invention of the dishwasher or washing machine was a bad thing but there's it's gotta be a line somewhere where it goes from things that are freeing us up to make the most of our time to things that are actively discouraging us from interacting interacting with the world. Will i think if you think about it think about the technology that is available when you take something as basic as social media area and how pervasive it is it appalls me when i'm walking home from work and i see pretty much i would say ninety five percent of the people walking with their face into their their phones not looking at anybody on the street not bothering to see which direction they're going. They just kind of do it like they're a bunch of drones walking down the sidewalk and even that it's just we are so programmed to be osman's. Almost it's now. I think that's the threshold and it's only people that are a little bit alarmed by the fact that menial chores banality l'idee things like that are actually something to embrace instead of something to shun. They're the ones that i think are going to kind of lead a counter revolution and take back some of the the more boring stuff of their life and find satisfaction in it that gets at what i was going to ask you next 'cause i can't and i hope i'm i hope i'm only speaking for myself but i don't think that i am i can't find satisfaction in walking four blocks to pick up my food when it could just be brought brought to me or to use your example. I don't find any satisfaction in assembling furniture like i will pay just moved. I will pay whatever it costs to not do that and i don't know when my brain switched and maybe it was just because it became an option not to have to yeah i get your point but do you find satisfaction picking up your phone and ordering something online like. Does it make you happy to have food delivered to your doorstep. Stop instead of taking the time the thought and the preparation in buying your groceries actually spending the time to prepare para dish that you've thought about and put care into. I don't know if you've kids or if you have a family but do you actually get satisfaction out of feeding your kids is giving them a great meal hearing them say dad while that was a great dinner. Thank you so much. I would love to hear say that for the record but she's not going to know no. I i do find that when you go to the market and buy your vegetables in the morning and spend the afternoon cooking you take more time with your food food to taste it to experience it. <hes> and you want the people around you to figure out the word enjoy it. Yes yeah you feel much better about it right and and i guess what fascinated me about your piece is trying to figure out what that is actually doing to us the process of not engaging like it's one thing to say like garden even notice that i i ordered my and i ate it but do we know what that is doing to us. What toll that takes well. I think i interviewed i. I think she's in the story. Her name was making caselli and she's a stand up comedian in toronto and i absolutely loved what she said so she he told me how her and her partner east love getting up in the morning they'd have piece of paper sitting on their counter instead of itemize list plugged into their phone and they would have things to do like pick up the dry cleaning <hes> maybe go by some fresh flowers at the market things like <hes> they would walk around. They would say hi to their neighbors. They would maybe stop for lunch may be discovering new cafe where they had a really great cup of coffee and instead she said that all the do now is basically sit it or lay in bed with their phones and take off the boxes by ordering things that they might need and they don't do that kind dove lisi meandering wandering around the neighborhood where they <hes> actually meet people face to face and have a conversation sation. She just finds that her saturdays in her sundays are way more dull and they're not as fulfiling how do we we start to convince ourselves to do these things. You mentioned that there. Someone's gotta start a mini revolution about reclaiming the pleasure in everyday activities activities. Where does that begin. I think i think really if you look around. You're already see it beginning <hes> the artisan community <hes> when it comes to food food farm-to-table cuisine. There's a big push. There's a lot of people that are actually really making an effort now to <hes> get to local the markets and do that kind of shopping support the local <hes> farmers. There's there's a there's a growing swell swell of individuals who care about the people that actually put in time sweat tears into making products or produce or whatever it is that they are giving to us. They're taking the time to say okay. I'm gonna make an effort to come to you and those kinds of businesses are actually flourishing. <hes> this one lady after i wrote the p. she she sent me an email and it was really thoughtful and she said the one thing that you didn't think about was how how all of these click bait options. I e anything you can click on to get delivered to you immediately. She said they're destroying. Small towns sounds all the tiny retailers mom and pop shops that you stu subsist because of people being loyal to them coming to them. They're starting to disappear now. It's not just because of convenience per se. It's also because of big box retailers ars but that's an earlier form of convenience. You know with the big box. Go there do everything all in one swoop. That was just another incarnation nation of the you know the rollout of convenience that has been chugging along for the last hundred years that god knows what level it will get to with with technology. Do we have any idea how quickly the click an order and get it off. The internet economy is growing well well. I think if you consider just the <hes> amount of purchases that are done on the web so in the worldwide for instance stints almost two point nine trillion dollars was purchased last year in canada alone were expected double what we did in two thousand sixteen and by this year will have spend forty billion dollars online so is growing exponentially and with services like amazon ebay. All of those different ones will even them more conventional couriers like u._p._s. and fedex etcetera. They're all trying to find a way to go to zero emissions and make things a little bit more environmental friendly in my piece. I didn't wanna hammer on about the environmental impact talked. All the easy choices were making but there's absolutely no question that everything that we're doing when we're relying more on airplanes since on vans to bring us things. All these things are taking a toll on the environment just this morning. I was reading the paper and there's a new book out by tatiana schlossberg. That's caroline kennedy's a daughter who's was a science reporter for the new york times and she's just written a book about <hes> this very phenomenon and she calls the inconspicuous consumption and it's about the environmental impact that you don't know oh you have and i have not read it but i'm going to and it what makes me happy. What makes me feel better is that all of these things are starting to be written. People are starting to think about all of this stuff in a much more concerted and wholesome way. I guess who do you you think or where do you think i guess we first documented how far we'd come in the race for convenience and how much could cost us. When did we start to realize just how far we were going. I don't think we've realized that yet <hes>. I don't think that most people even even give it. A second thought. I was shocked at the response at the story. I wrote about convenience had what was it was overwhelming. It was bizarre really really because it was a topic that nobody has thought about that said there are some there are people who are far more learned learning than i am who are starting to write <hes> fascinating essays in places like the new york times and the atlantic all these publications that are starting according to examine the tyranny of convenience and how we need to start thinking about the choices we make instead of always opting for something that is almost a mindless thing to do. We should maybe start making our lives a little bit more difficult and by that i mean maybe we should not order from ubereats and maybe we should actually walk two blocks and go to the grocery store and maybe we should take an hour and make a meal for our family while maybe they stand around and actually talk to you and you have a conversation with your child about her day her homework. I'm sure you do that anyway. But wouldn't it be nice if she just kind of hung out with you while you showed her how to make a dish that otherwise she she would never know how to make because you just ordered in one of the things that stopped me and my tracks from your piece the same way you've gotten that response is i think we've talked about all the individual aspects of what you describe on this podcast. We've certainly talked about social media addiction and what it does to us. We've definitely talked about packaging waste and what the the proliferation of plastics have done to the planet and we've talked about how we don't connect in person anymore like we've done episodes on all those topics but we've never put it together to to figure out what's at the root of it and to realize that your motivations for doing all those things that aren't good for you are simply convenience and laziness. This is a tough thing to grapple with and i think it's it's a hard sell to convince people to go backwards. That's a really good point. I don't think it anybody is advocating to go backwards. I don't think that's it at all. I think it is instead of moving forward at at such. A breakneck speed always putting yourself. I always making sure that you're choosing to do things that require the least amount of energy and effort on your part. I think that all people are trying to say is every once in a while. Put the brakes on. Take takes some time. Grab a hobby this wonderful <hes> writer. His name is tim wu. He's a lawyer columbia. He said when you think about it. Hobbies are really a waste of time. Why would you build a model car when you can go out and buy one well the point is you to build the model car because you get satisfaction of using your brain and actually figuring out how to put it together. You me an example of something you've done. Since you wrote this piece that you wouldn't have done before you wrote it. Well one thing i am doing but i didn't do it today to get here because i always under hurry and after go somewhere after her work but i have been i live at <hes> a busy intersection in toronto and i have been walking to the rom role winter you museum picking up one of the city bikes biking it on one of the multiple blake bike lanes that are in this city now and doing doing it to work and coming home the same way that's one thing i did not do before the other thing that i am actively doing is. I am looking for the farmers markets. I am trying to find those smaller. <hes> vendors who need my dollars versus a lob laws or a whole foods are so eas who really doesn't isn't. I'm trying to do those kind of things and the other thing that i i am actively doing now is i'm trying to grow my own vegetables. I live in a condo. I have started a vegetable garden on the balcony and i get so much the joy out of going out there and watching you know the tomato start to grow <hes>. I guess the main thing i've done is i've just kind slowed down a bit and just done some few more things. You'll fashioned way exco gail mcdonald feature writer at the globe globe in mail.
"caroline kennedy" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Up until then Kennedy seem to be a shoo in for the nineteen seventy two democratic presidential nomination if you'd wanted it even in the immediate aftermath questions lingered some in the media and in the Democratic Party that we're cutting the senator a wide berth John Kennedy the trouble will receive in the public memory long with for the next election otherwise it means trouble no one no criticized senator Kennedy public referring to give you more time to answer the questions they feel still must be an about the beta miss happen is better to summon help border reported to the police for many days later Kennedy would speak to Massachusetts voters and to the nation as a whole giving his side of what happened he admitted to leaving the party with compact he denied suspicions of any immoral conduct as he put it or a private relationship with go pick me or that he was drunk at the time he said he was able to get to the surface after the car went into the water that he dove in several times afterward to try to save the woman my conduct and conversations during the next several hours to the extent that I can remember them make no sense to me at all hello my doctors informed me that I suffered a cerebral concussion as well as shock I do not seem to escape responsibility for my actions by placing the blame either on the physical emotional trauma around by the accident or on anyone else there would be no autopsy on merry Djokovic these body many would later say that the Kennedy machine very what really happened that night that's the premise of the twenty seventeen film Chappaquiddick first responders found a personal longing to rose merry kill one of the other women who would attended the party leading to speculation that Kennedy was actually taking her to the beach that evening according to the theory compacting may have been asleep in the backseat put there by a friend because she'd gotten drunk or ill at the party reporter in the backseat the Kennedys Caroline Kennedy in Kiel unaware of her presence driving off keel herself suggested that the truth was less complicated telling The Boston Globe in nineteen seventy four court my friend Mary Jo just happened to be in the wrong car at the wrong time with the wrong people end of quote Kennedy got reelected to the Senate in nineteen seventy despite the scandal but the incident would dog his subsequent political career he did not run for president in seventy two or seventy six but he did in nineteen eighty choosing to challenge the democratic incumbent president Jimmy Carter it wasn't Chappaquiddick though it's so much to real that we had one that saw him win only ten primaries before before turning it over to Carter it didn't help that he had been involved in Chappaquiddick but what probably didn't even more so was an interview that he did with legendary CBS newsman Roger Mudd would pose the single question that the center was hard pressed to answer eloquently how did you phrase the question why do you want to be president that was it that's all I said why do you want to be president well I'm were.
"caroline kennedy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Lives of our children and we forget that they had mothers in law no thank you ever even imagined it Caroline Kennedy had a mother in law you know so I wanted to sort of explore that as well and that's an interesting relationship that helps us understand Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg even more in the it is she's very close to her her kids and and are any of them do you see them taking the baton I I I thought her son at one of the events that I watched on television looked as though he had tremendous presence on stage you know you he really does that you were talking about Jack Jack Schlossberg yes reminds a lot of people of JFK junior yeah yeah I I think he looks more like his dad but you know you do see JFK junior and there you know and any but he definitely has the outgoing personality of JFK junior and he's got he's got to charisma and he's got the you know you got the energy and he's been doing a lot of work with the with the JFK library and their profiles in courage award and many others the events associated with the with the library and museum he's in college now and I I would not be surprised immunity if he decides to go into politics there there's something there you know there's definitely he lifted up when you made you feel like there there's a little bit of magic there and I'd be curious to see if the exploits yeah yeah and we you know we can't forget that there is something it's so interesting because I'm we're at a time I was just gonna say that even the job owns the facial structures of the can so distinctive no we don't have we don't have time but but the Kennedy years is the newest book and Randy what's the best website how can people get more and some of the photographs in here just wonderful by the way wonderful job thank you thank you you know go to Amazon dot com and ordered the carrier or go to Barnes and noble process of water because it is you know yeah thank you thank you so much for the interview thank you and we'll be right back I'm Frankie Boyer this is talk radio and we the latest trend to hit store shelves has the whole country buzzing cannabis dial or CVG might just be the greatest discovery of our generation it comes from a plant that is not so new agricultural him yes after seventy years of prohibition.
"caroline kennedy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Senator Elizabeth Warren, getting involved in matchmaking, the presidential candidate responding to a tweet from comedian wondering about Warren's myriad of presidential policy proposals actually, the cold black asking, quote, do you think Elizabeth Warren has a plan to fix my love life, which Warren responded on Sunday DNB? And let's figure this out with the hashtag, she has a plan black road. I am deceased and ready to welcome new love in my life. And then our new press elected as part of her presidential campaign Senator Warren has introduced the plans about a number of issues selected for what Caroline Kennedy called her leadership integrity, and grace under fire Nancy Pelosi received this year's John F Kennedy profiling courage, award, WBZ Suzanne Southfield tells us about last night ceremony honoring the house speaker was awarded the John F. Kennedy profile encourage award. Caroline, Kennedy said Pelosi was a clear choice. Thanks to her courage. We have health care for all Americans, the most verse Democratic Congress in American hissed. History. I'm a strength to stand firm against the administration's assault on the rule of law Pelosi said she shares the award with all her democratic colleagues who worked to pass the Affordable Care Act, except the compliments on behalf of all of my colleagues in the house of representatives who made all of our accomplishments possible with their courage, the ceremony took place at the JFK library. Suzanne saws Ville, WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio, don't forget, your smart speaker anytime to listen to us to say, hey Alexa. To WBZ NewsRadio on iheartradio. It's that simple. The sound of rock and roll rebellion turning sixty five today. It's not easy pending down a birthdate for rock and roll. But may twentieth may be as good as any. And here's why two.
"caroline kennedy" Discussed on The All New Dennis Miller Option
"This. I'll right. That's we gotta play those Jimmy he'll like them. I will say he won't like it. But I'd like to present you can let him decide how much he likes. We did a six mile or yesterday telling you we got to the top of this peak. That's as close as we come to going straight up. And I was I thought it was in good shape for the day. When I was a pretty fast pace even said some Mansfield today, we went up the hill. And I just I almost didn't make it to the top. And he's not even breathing. Heavy. I get up full-bore gasp lean over fuck. Jimmy. Don't you ever breathe heavies? I'm breathing. Heavy as you. My grandfather said never let the other guy see do it. So he he won't breathe through his mouth. He breezed through his nose because he didn't want. He said if you're playing somebody and my grandpa, he said, hey, calls him pops pops always said, if you they see you breathing through the mouth, it gives them a a little extra juice to go against you. Because they think your guests to he's if somebody's gas. They look across the net. And you're just standing there you have an open your mouth yet. It freaks them out. So that's that's his play going up this hill. Like, I said, I'm bent over them, Ron Jeremy and myself, and he's not even breathing having. So believable. What else is up in the world Christian? Let's get a lot of Terry. Is there any do have a phone call? Somebody hates me. I don't think we have any of those today. But always keep those there. Are there? Not do. I like them kind of in a way them for particularly needy moment where you need the praise, and I make sure that you get a little of that just to keep you in your place. But somehow was a turn off. I know fun Lindsey won't open her mouth to laugh when she bites little than lives. No, no. What what else is willing there are bigger headlines than but this one caught my eye? A Caroline Kennedy has referred to Nancy Pelosi as quote, the most important woman in American political history as Pelosi has been named recipient of the Kennedy libraries profile in courage award. Sure. But she's a woman. Saying. Quibble about. That's yeah. Sure. That's like valedictorian in summer school, right? Jerry Nadler has gone after Bill bar as a lawyer is. Imagine getting so thin that everybody realizes your fat head you fat. Fuck head. Jerry Nadler's the guy who won't pay Jimmy and goodfellas, where's the bad drug one my money. Fuck. Put a phone quarter. And. Good as Liotta when he starts laughing. Oh. Chris. The kills me as Liotta ever do. It of us. Probably because I know is is works so much. No. Would you bring up your favorite photo shoot of his youth? I am told that because I thought about where You you live. take taken the back end money on goodfellas and outfitted their housing complete southwest year for install magazine sitting at a table and over his shoulder. There's a huge Coyote pink with light blue and yellow spots on it. It's got its head tilt it back in its howling at the moon may really gone. The wife has gone so far to the south west the another Guevara would've asked for rewrite and Liotta has got gotta look on his face. Like, can you believe this decor? If you believe this is my yield on goodfellas, I'm living in a roadrunner cartoon. Funny. Look, it's the same. Look feel call and says on his face when an ranking singing against all odds or the Bernie top as space shatner's mass occurring rocket man Leo's at the table. He loves his wife. Obviously, I don't know if that ended up being his wife, I'm not sure won't be crafts or anything. But the look on his face is Christ be anymore, married. Bad the courses choice. What else is? Well, let me finish the thought on Jerry Nadler, he has characterize Bill bar a biased agent of the president. And he vows to go to court to get the full mother report..
"caroline kennedy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Been. Given for an act or a lifetime of political courage party nominee shoe. Caroline Kennedy makes the presentation now joined by her son, Jack Schlossberg civic involvement is your inherited legacy in so many ways to think that I inherited a legacy of public service based on the fact that mine related public servants would be to misunderstand what they stood for. So I think everyone inherited legacy a public service just based on the men and women who have served before them. They're made our country. What it is today? We wanted something that would be both symbolic and beautiful. It's silver and heavy and made to look like a ship's lantern. Hopefully, the symbolism of the lantern will also help us all go forward following are courageous leader. What does it say that's a quote from the book in whatever arena of life. One may meet the challenge of courage. Whatever may be the sack. Ker Fleiss faces if you follow his conscience each man, I think he meant man or woman. Decide for himself. Of course, he will follow elected mayor of New Orleans in two thousand ten five years after Hurricane Katrina. Mitch Landrieu inherited the city's still ravaged by the storm. I would tell the people of New Orleans look if we're gonna come back. You have to sacrifice. This is gonna hurt on his watch the city was rebuilt new hospitals new schools, a new airport, a massive new flood protection system. But it was something much riskier politically that one Landru last year's profiling courage award something suggested to him by his friends since childhood trumpeter and New Orleans native. When Marsalis he said, look is you take this monument. Stale Marsalis was adopt US kids presents multiple choice parenting. You've missed up your daughter's haircut. Do you A spiritual? Beauty is within. Oh, find the positives. Less time blow drying, more time, texting or C, show empathy. Really don't have. Twinsies. I kinda love it. You don't have to be perfect parent..
"caroline kennedy" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Six minutes. WSB six fifty four on this throwback Thursday. Boston Red Sox fans tweeting at me that sweet Caroline was written fire. Caroline kennedy? Yes. The daughter of Jackie and John F so but still the guys from Brooklyn get off our jobs not team. I don't care get off our jobs dropkick Murphys. It'd be great in the seventh inning stretch. Yes. Then in the rest of that album's garbage, by the way, house back when you had to buy full albums to get one song awful. Awful stuff that Lord song. Oh, never be either by that whole album then. Is it? I don't know a decent song Sandy's decent. Sandy. Welcome to the Mark Arum show. How are you? I'm fine. Can you hear me? I hear you perfectly. My friend. Wonderful. Place that you've ever been. Yeah. Well. Around ask whereas a kid. Terrorize and the shot, and I asked somebody where early and they said, well, we're in Timbuktu. All right. I'm gonna stop the story there because I didn't like the vibe aware is going, but I think he was in a riverboat Alaska. We'll just leave it at that chuxing Alfa Reta. Chuck, welcome to the Mark Arum show. What's up Chuck? I just I I wanted. I wanted to correct, you're correct. You're thinking about central and South America spent some time down in Costa Rica, and it's a beautiful place you need to get there. That is like the number one millennial tourist destination right now is Costa Rica 'cause it's apparently inexpensive. You do. The zip-lining stuff. You do all that kind of stuff. So. Yeah. Old same zip plan. I would never zip line. No never. I will tell you this. If you're into national nature that they've they've got anything you'd want to see really, that's that's the kind of a reinstatement statement. But they beautiful beaches. You can go to jungles they've got they've monkeys taxes that they got monkeys. In fact. You got to watch watch. What you carry with you? Because if you're not careful a monkey will steal it. I literally will go anywhere that has monkeys. Really? I want a little monkey as a as a pet. Finger monkeys. Yes. So that was one of the highlights of Japan. Japan was awesome. By the way, Chuck if you ever want to go, let me know, I'll give you the the. In fact, I when I was in Costa Rica actually lived there for about five years. I was teaching and it was just beautiful you need to you need to my buddy, my buddy, Toby from HR moved to Costa Rica, but came back real quick. So I fed the monkey in in Japan. That was awesome. I love monkeys. How can you not love my India's? Get monkeys. And they really anywhere that has monkeys. I'm down to.
"caroline kennedy" Discussed on Bodega Boys
"Your parents with stuff you in a barrel stamp on situa-. Oh. Put it location. We have he ends up taking their sending back or. Because we sell some peanuts on highway. Orsha? Oh. Well, was that about peanuts? Probably heroin. I feel like everybody. And so we've talked about this a lot on this show. Dan, the Beatles. Sucked like a lot. Yeah. Just want out there. Yeah. They're really sucked. I it's funny because like like say it again, the Beatles. The only song worse than the Beatles. Sweet. Caroline Caroline is a song about pedophilia. If you sing it you are you are advocating pedophile. These over here. Read those you gotta read those leaks about pedophilia Boston fair ticket to get along. It was it was about Caroline Kennedy. She was nine when wall series does make up facts. It was long. He said, okay. Well, right now about the okay, we're gonna look him. He said is not inspire, but ks young daughter, would you would say. He just he just needed a three syllable name for the chorus Carolina world care who works. Yeah. I don't know. I'm just saying Neil diamond, look Ooh. Sit down right there for you say looking Spacey. Okay. Caroline's about Kennedy's. Just lost nineteen eighty. We're not losing this shit of an essence was okay. This is about Jesus. Carolina was about pedophilia. Every time you guys. Oh, that's a pedophile because their child federal and the parents come home. Got to do the job right now. Like the us express here. No Showtime, Nike are over trivial. Everybody..
"caroline kennedy" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"So you make a big difference in the first four days and then and then it slows down in the losing again was was it was all pretty hard all sorts deal with the neck Sirait or vocal coach work there for quite a bit. Yes, the the accent and then her impersonation of of of Nancy, that guy to that she plays and she runs off in the. And required, you know, her doing sort of not particularly effective New Orleans accent that she has to try and pull off and not very well. But there was a lot of studying David where he wanted to have a feeling of Caroline Kennedy to this character. So I started a lot of imagery of her, and we really talked about the nature of socio Pathy. It was focused on the Caroline thing for a second because she was not somebody who we heard much from, but was sort of seen as the icy blonde that you're saying earlier in your career, you did not want to be mistaken force. So did you have any enter conflict about? You know your highest profile role to that point is gonna be reinforcing that notion, or you just say what I know, because that was the Amy, that was the Koogle right at the beginning when she's trying to his often. I think Caroline Kennedy was, you know she was intriguing because yes, we never really heard us speak, but we'd see this kind of intensity of romance which doesn't really go with. The ice Queen, you know, you see, there was never any doubt. It was this sexual charge that there was something very sexy about her. And then there was also the intriguing, an awful paparazzi intrusion that kept their rows so that you'd see these stunned up shouting matches hunting, who streets of New York, and you go to sense of the trouble. But the whole process of going go was was really quite extraordinary. I heard it described as ten weeks of boot camp, which I don't know if that means that's the period when you were doing all these things to get ready, but then one hundred days of production itself at the beginning of which you were sounds like physically not well, but also a little nervous. How did you handle that? Gosh, you've done your research very. This is getting quite uncomfortable lurking sweater, Saudi fun stuff. I flew down to Missouri to start shooting, and I was I was ill and I think the producers possibly thought that it was just nerves, but I really really was. And in the morning, we're had to have some perspective work and the wig literally I'd thrown up four times before the first days of shooting, and I knew I was ill and in retrospect we ended up completely re shooting that day. But in the in the sort of wee hours of the night when I couldn't sleep, I realized I was I was ill, but I was also terrified because you know, it was my I was, I never been on set on the first day of shoot ever. I've always had the luxury of coming in. You know, couple of weeks in, I've never been in such a lead pipe prominent role, and I thought who can possibly stave off my nerves, and I ended up emailing Tom Cruise in the dead of night saying, you know, you've had this since he was seventeen years old..
"caroline kennedy" Discussed on Las Culturistas
"We had this whole these games in segments out of our ask with all of these interviews and and they're all great penny watts producers right there cami we love kenny so maggie don't you dare don't you dare stand up in the future what you need to do is call up penny watts this to sit down with a thank you oh we're going to be huge all right this is pat ricans i don't think so honey we ready all right and pat your time starts now i think so honey tyler henry hollywood media these young girls nineteen year old medium in hollywood his mom drives him to his readings he's too young to know who any of the people are what she stresses and they'll have to kind of like the other leppin act like it's refreshing sweating he wants told me that he read her that i could tell your middle name is an like dad coming through in a middle way he wants read karl roads like caroline kennedy came through and i have no idea who has i'm mike kind of talk to kind of not night can't decide and it's like gives me zone he wants toward ryan lock dida his partner with going to write a book like she wants to write about and he's like she's gonna write a book and it's going to be like her big fang i don't think he's psychic i think he hurts on the pain of other people but i also like.
"caroline kennedy" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"A on top of what was going to impact our culture through the decades well we now have a phenomenal group of people who were paying attention to what's going on in the world and looking at possibilities and i mean one of the things is so interesting as brooklyn children's museum i really wanted to have computing and uh we had this idea of doing a child recognize her 'cause you could really detect at that point in time with very little data you could checked stride and profile and so we could have recognised you and then when you came back in the museum it would say w's done a good job we wanted that to happen but it turned out that the computer that we needed to process that cost of a million and a half dollars and the total budget for the museum was one point eight million dollars so how much or something like that cost now two thousand fifty sound exactly shia speaking of longevity and bringing a computation back to my first question when he referenced caroline you'd be again dating caroline kennedy after meeting at the metropolitan museum of art where she worked and your wedding to her in 1980 six was a massive affair carly simon sang journalist george claimed in narrated a firework display over all did it fees you or your work to be thrust so powerfully and suddenly into the spotlight probably her her who was all of a piece it's like you start dancing at six o'clock in the afternoon and eventually gets to be darkened the stars are out you know that's what happened well that sounds like a picnic not a wedding to a very very famous family in a very very critical time in our culture yeah it's been a great experience the best part of.
"caroline kennedy" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Lens since his bank shot but i always love the let the lower for a long time knife and i may have taught us i that the song was about caroline kennedy yes a little girl what he says i i don't think that's true okay but that's too bad because it was a pretty good to maybe that's the boston connection maybe it's a reuters the so good so good so good thing if you're really listen to the lyrics though and we all listen to things in her real things will dopey a little touching me media earlier earlier on i can't do this anymore well the actual origins the song neil had just on a big show at the forum in on the way back in they been drinking pretty heavily in shocking hit a guy and is the will ferro s mapped out in fact though he did in the two thousand seventeen if you confirm that it was in the inspiration was kennedy's daughter caroline no i don't think that's true it's i'm just telling you hear it here on the entire liberal research what is your favorite neil diamond song do have one mine brother love's traveling salvation show of this i learned at sauce per where to get fuel young again party yeah so why are you haven't heard loyal diamond story many many of this is still in critical commentary i heard a story i it's it's got to be over fifty years ago that i heard this story i have no idea if it's true scr i always wanted to be true and it was that neil diamond after the first couple of hits neil diamond wanted to buy a house on long island i'll because he had to be had a bunch of money at that point because he'd written songs for other people and he he done solitary man in the album came out of these on bang records and did very well and he was he he's so he's out on long island with very preeminent proper real estate people probably in the northshore not the south shore casse was more primin proper the northshore of long island and he's wearing jeans and he wants to be shown houses and he sees a house that he likes and they don't want to sell in the house kosice you know he doesn't he's twenty four years old and he doesn't look the part and.
"caroline kennedy" Discussed on Fresh Air
"They are selfavowed an openly gay tickets good saberi i think outing people is a very crucial thing and uh bought a right about the children of celebrities either though i get a lot of news about a lot of them but i i never wrote about john and caroline kennedy i just didn't think they didn't ask for their notoriety so digits things i tried to stay away from no question a lot of people expected you to address in your memoir as whether you're a straight gay or bisexual time magazine has a review we probably seen it where the headline is liz outs self sorta and it says if you can call this coming out it is one of the weirder coming out in the history of this genre was okay with me i mean it's okay with me that they think that i have spero lifetime of conflicting experiences and i try to tell let in the book uh and i i just i'm not gonna categorize myself so it's okay if other people wanna categorized me i don't care what they say but i'm not gonna have do it myself i might change my mind tomorrow i have changed my mind many times lead you write about a brief romance when you were in college with a woman student who was engaged in the relationship ended after your parents red your love letters referred to this in your book is your illfated affair with the quote wrong sex which is i guess what you're what your parents called it let's right boy at the time that was really a fact.
"caroline kennedy" Discussed on In The Limelight
"Oh i would love that i also saw rumor that beyond say could do that bond theme song oh i think i saw that to boost the fulfil this is just a wildly conjecture in 'cause i feel like when with beyond season confirmed as it now is the stars might finally be aligning for beyond say njs finally fell things going to go their way but i do feel like i feel like if jay z performed with justin timberlake at this abroad and show blue would be involved in some way is feel like she would i really hope so i would love to see jay z and a j t together i think they'll be good actually was the last year a ogaga this would be good speaking of overachieving spraying and also this is interesting and even considered this but we're going to get to north first interview in a second and all the famous people famous kids interviewed her but one of them who was not blue ivy carter tristan yeah so on monday morning interview magazine released their new cover which shows kim kardashian and northwest and they're in full like 60s chanelle garb it's definitely in omar's to jackie and caroline kennedy and i thought it was very cute and very classy kim has like the whole cheese too bob hair looks amazing in like a chic skirts suit what did you think josh i thought i loved it i agree i thought it was very striking they it's styled so well like i feel you could just the two looks like jackie in looks it look a little disconcerting in a we're a good you kind of look at them twice i knew people know how the internet twitter as like i could to i knew all again the minute i thought people were going to be may be upset or annoyed by it but because people love anything with kim to kind of like figure out a way to rail on it but i thought it was nice i don't know and like they did that her daughter was in it i feel like the calling her america's first lady they're definitely asking for people to i feel like get a little bit i dunno not raged but like i think there are asking for kind of people to.
"caroline kennedy" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"Carrie fisher yeah looks good to really good for his firm particular the bomb with mark hamill among other daughter now the idea was apparently are she was this is going to be like looks movie on the next movie carrie fisher's like this but the episode non remind movie what iran and kathy caroline kennedy kennedy's looks from said that with the idea was going to have a big role in nine which move talked about foreign how they're going to work around that we don't know maybe the recast maybe shoe crushes status story what have we done i but the only thing that came out of that the the mysterious benicio del toro that's rise as adament she's looking very very very swab and swabi correct yes and his name is dj on a mistake there now but that's apparently like a code nine oh because he di disc jockey what do you think he's like people saying it means doc djeddai what what he will what do you think he is due the he's just gripped up like a main hand solo year why would they just don't was this a leaks code laura as i said that he's called day jeb it i think the director of somebody said relied close to it said now at some unhcr it's it's his name is a fought noisy say they made it made something near you may be a good touch it i feel like a former apprentice of loku went rorick people saying israel bridge from styles rebels ages inquirer because it because it site but um yeah.