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"cermak" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:28 min | 2 weeks ago

"cermak" Discussed on WGN Radio

"W g N traffic trouble spot right now, And that is the Stevenson the feeder ramp. Cermak Road to China Town, the entrance and exit ramps in both directions. They are closed. There is police activity taking place. We're told they're investigating a possible shooting Barry Engine school district to 21 of many around the state that are trying to decide whether or not their students will be wearing masks or not. When they return to the classroom, Marcia McClary, a parents as the answer should be. No, I have five kids between the ages of seven and 16. And what we've found is that you know, trying to do A speech therapy with a mass gun, which is mandated is almost impossible. You can't often hear your teacher, The other students and the younger kids can't see the facial expressions and learn about emotions and how people are feeling because they're not seeing the face. And that's affecting them. District to 20 decided not to require students in grades 6 to 12 to wear masks for the new academic gear, indoors or out will be more discussion. They say Going forward about students in pre K to fifth grade covid cases are on the rise across the country. Cook County is among those places where several south suburbs of not yet Hit the 50% vaccination rate, board President Toni Preckwinkle says. If you haven't gotten vaccinated yet, you should the Delta variant continues to surge. And while research suggests that vaccinated individuals are generally protected We know that there are still large segments of our population that are unvaccinated and at high risk for this infectious very At one point, the county's big vaccination sites were doing about 4000 shots and arms a day now only about 100 to 150. People are getting their shots. For NFL teams are under 50% vaccinated less than two weeks from the beginning of training camp, a person familiar with the vaccination rates told The Associated Press. The Washington Indianapolis, Arizona and the Chargers had the four lowest rates in the league guys up today. According to that source. Pittsburgh, Miami, Carolina and Denver have the highest vaccination rates. And were among 17 that have achieved at least an 85% rate. L. A county will again be requiring masks indoors even when people are vaccinated. Also today, the University of California system says it's going to require vaccinations for all students, faculty and staff who want to return to the campus all because a sharp increase in covid cases, many of which are the highly transmissible Delta variant humanoid, now the first state in the country that bans police from using deception when interrogating minors. Governor Pritzker has signed a package of reform laws hoping to protect those most vulnerable to the states Justice system, False Confessions have played a role in far too many wrongful convictions leading to painful and often life altering consequences. And that rings true for the youth who are most vulnerable to these tactics are the new laws create a re sentencing task force, which will look for ways to reduce the state's prison population. And protects those participating in restorative justice programs so they can speak more freely. Republicans in the Illinois House want something done about violence. House Minority Leader Jim Durkin so far in Chicago in 2000 and 21. 750 real people. Illinois. It's have had a gun, pulled them them in their cursed or Many times with friends, her family and Children with them. That's called Carjacking. Durkin points out. So far this year about 400, Illinois residents have been murdered and more to the 1000 in Chicago have been sexually assaulted. Now, WGN sports Cubs will be in Arizona tomorrow night, They'll face the Diamondbacks the first pitch at 8 40. The White Sox will be home Friday night for the Astros and their first pitch hits at 7 10. Now let's check the forecast. Here's meteorologist Demetrios Ivory Low pressure moves to the area tonight Expect scattered showers and possibly thunderstorms.

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"cermak" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

The Breakdown with NLW

04:04 min | Last month

"cermak" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

"Is that when we look back to twenty seventeen the notion of that. Bitcoin basically was the sky. A ponzi scheme was so strong And and a lot of people thought it was a massive bubble and it becomes harder to argue that it is a ponzi scheme in a in a massive bubble when time and time again it has gone up and going up more and the people that keep holding long-term ardo onstar. You know better often. Before so i just find it very unlikely that it's gonna take another two three years for people to be convinced to jump in again and main the because a lot of these macaroni investors and long-term investors. They're holding long-term. They're not really interested. That much in just flipping. And i think that's the main reason but i'm curious what you think as well so i i think that you are. I think that you're right to like actually go back and look at comparison points to two thousand seventeen eighteen in terms of where the last bull run ended in a couple of things that. Stand out to me and broadly speaking. I completely agree with you. It's why i wanted to have you on the show. So i i think that we because bitcoin had such a major up before. I think that we perhaps missed. Remember why there were obviously lots of people who were coming to. Bitcoin specifically and getting excited about bitcoin specifically but there were also a lot of people who are just buying bitcoin so they could get in crappy. Ico's you know what. I mean like a big part of the bid. Up of the price of bitcoin was that there wasn't one hundred billion dollars of stable coins out there that you could use to enter the coins. You know what. I mean like you had to buy bitcoin more or less to. I mean you could buy either to. Bitcoin was the trading parents. So that was a huge force. And so a lot of those hands who held bitcoin. They weren't convicted about it right. They didn't have the same sort of theories or whatever certainly not not exclusively tons of people came in during that cycle and got really into bitcoin. But i think one the to your point. There is a much stronger raise on debt fright for bitcoin. The people who've come in have a stronger conviction about so that's one part. Part two is just capital left in the system. Right when i see os crashed it was a total wipeout of absolute vapor. You know what i mean and there is certainly some of that. I mean a lot of that in You know the the dog coins and things like that that i think will be similar dynamics but you really can't look at the crypto landscape in terms of where capital has been allocated and see it the same way so many meaningful projects have raised a ton of money to build teams there longer term..

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"cermak" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:07 min | 3 months ago

"cermak" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Feeder, rampant Cermak Road. Also to Pulaski Road. Very, very busy right now. We'll update again at the top of the hour, with more traffic details. There are people willing to go to a snake massage snake. I don't understand how snakes slithering on. You can't be relaxing. They say something about the releases endorphins so it makes you happy. Oh, yeah. Snakes letter and I make it happy Birthday, James Show what kind of a massage parlor do you think this is? 5 30 days. By the way, it is that kind of massage Brother Weekday mornings on the big 89 double the No s paid for above our justice. Attention victims of clergy abuse. If you are a loved one has suffered abuse by a clergy member or a priest. Then you must listen to this message. Our attorneys have resolved clergy abuse cases in several states and will provide a private and confidential consultation to finally address this abuse and help you get the compensation you deserve. Since the 19 eighties, more than $4 billion has been paid out to settle allegations of sexual abuse by clergy members and priests are attorneys are experienced in these matters. And we'll fight to get you compensation due to psychological, emotional and physical abuse by a clergy member or priest. If you are suffering and need help call our confidential victims help line now at 804 039523. Our legal team has decades of experience and helping individuals just like you and you'll pay nothing unless there's a recovery in your favor. Call 804 039523. That's 804 039523 again. 804 039523 The new administration has big plans for your health insurance changes that could limit your choices. The affordable care act created a one size fits all plan. Health care is not a one size fits all problem. The premise of the A C A. Is the coverage equals care? It does not. My name's Eric Wilson from myself incorporated, and I recently saved a family in their fifties almost $600 per month here in Chicago with your poor Life Health Plan Act now protect yourself with a plan that cannot be canceled. This is a nationwide P Pio, which allows you to pick your doctors and hospitals start saving 30 to 60% today. If you are self employed, purchase your own health.

Man Shot Dead In Restaurant In Cook County Chicago; Gunman Escapes

Bob Sirott

00:22 sec | 5 months ago

Man Shot Dead In Restaurant In Cook County Chicago; Gunman Escapes

"The jelly jams restaurant in the 5400 block of West Cermak yesterday morning and shot 50 year old Clarence Hendricks. He was later pronounced at a local hospital. The gunman ran away wearing a black jacket with a white or light colored hoodie underneath. He was also wearing a purple mask. Chicago South Side City Council member is calling on the state to buy cash

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50-year-old man killed in Chicago-area restaurant shooting

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

50-year-old man killed in Chicago-area restaurant shooting

"Person was killed in an altercation inside a West suburban Berwyn restaurant this morning. Police say it happened around 11:30 A.m. at the Jelly Jam pancake house in the 6300 block of West Cermak Road. Several told police that the suspect shot the victim after they got into an altercation. First responders administered first aid, but the shooting victim was later pronounced dead at the hospital. After the shooting, the suspect took off on foot. Officers searched the area with the assistance of a police helicopter but were unable to find the suspect.

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"cermak" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:02 min | 7 months ago

"cermak" Discussed on WGN Radio

"From Ashland onto that inbound Dan Ryan ramp in the Jan Ryan slow from Cermak into the circle. I'm Vicky Cuckoos and from the air traffic center, reminding you to drive responsibly. It really is a matter of life or death, really for struggling Americans may have to be put on hold for a bit longer. President Trump appears to be threatening toe not sign a bill bipartisan bill that would have provided $600 direct payments. Most Americans an extra $300 in unemployment benefits and money for businesses, he says. It needs to be reworked and more money needs to be given to Americans in those direct payments. President wants $2000 for individuals instead of just 600 school, the covered relief bill. It has almost nothing to do with coffered. This bill contains $85.5 million for assistance to Cambodia. $134 million to Burma. $1.3 billion for Egypt and the Egyptian military, which will go out and buy almost exclusively Russian military equipment. Bill passed both houses of Congress with veto proof majority so it's possible Congress could just override a potential presidential veto. The bill is actually made up of two separate things. One is the coronavirus stimulus bill. The other is the annual spending bill for the entire government. And that is what President Trump is referring to. Of all of that other stuff. President Trump issued 15 pardons to Republican allies and people caught in the Mueller investigation yesterday. Among them former Chicago and George Papadopoulos, who tweeted a thank you for his full pardon president also granted a full pardon to Alex Vander is Vonn, who has pleaded guilty to making false statements in connection with Mueller's. Russia probe also granted clemency for Blackwater guards convicted of killing civilians in Iraq. President elect Biden offered a sobering urine message. He says the covert 19 crisis is still a major challenge. Biden pointed to the vaccines now being made available, but also says more people are going to lose their lives. One thing I promise you about my leadership during this crisis. I'm going to tell it to you straight. I'm gonna tell you the truth. And here is the simple truth. Our darkest days in the battle against Cove. It are ahead of us not behind us. You need to prepare ourselves to steal our spine. Biden, also critical of President Trump for his response or lack of response involving the cyber attacks on U. S government agencies. Illinois reported a whopping 153,000 new unemployment claims filed last week. Every chance. Ryan Girl report. The number is second highest only to California's 156,000 unemployment claims it's up 11% from last week and the number of initial claims up 10 times from last year at this time. Meanwhile, both Indiana and Wisconsin saw a new unemployment claims decrease week to week. Just 13,000 new claims in Indiana, Down. 17%, Wisconsin, Down about 4% of 14,000, Ryan Paro, WGN news and experts are encouraging people to take extra precautions with their pets this holiday season..

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Chicago's CTA Red Line Service Halted From Fullerton To Garfield Due To Smoke In Subway; Train Evacuated At Cermak

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:20 sec | 8 months ago

Chicago's CTA Red Line Service Halted From Fullerton To Garfield Due To Smoke In Subway; Train Evacuated At Cermak

"47 as Sita Red line is currently stopped her between Cermak, Chinatown and also Fullerton because of multiple track fires that are being reported on the C T a red line into the downtown area. So State Street is also closed between Roosevelt's an 11th. While they check this out, the red line is being rerouted to the El tracks

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Jay Clayton looks back on the 'driving force' during his term heading the SEC

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

00:26 sec | 9 months ago

Jay Clayton looks back on the 'driving force' during his term heading the SEC

"Sec chairman jay clayton assert stepping down from his post at the end of the year months ahead of his planned. June twenty twenty one departure. This news was mostly welcomed by those in the crypto space with larry. Cermak the block. Tweeting that this boded well for a long-awaited bitcoin. Etf surprisingly on cnbc clayton also said that. The inefficiencies of existing payment systems have driven the rise of bitcoin

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"cermak" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"cermak" Discussed on KCRW

"We're gonna turn over the reigns. The microphone occasional Cermak. He's gotta look at traffic and things are not going someplace now, how are you doing are your shoulders up in your ears drop them take a couple of deep cleansing breath. That's pretty rough out there in Glendale westbound the one thirty four before central avenue. There's a collision it's on the right shoulder. Traffic's boy it's rough industry northbound six oh five after pecora. They did clear. The collision there in Hollywood. Northbound the wanna one there's a stalled vehicle before western avenue, and that's blocking left lanes, breathe breathe. Cleansing breath. What's he gonna do if you're on the freeways in Los Angeles? And you're stuck again, we're gonna keep you updated. With the news on KCRW. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro. Audie Cornish secretary of state, Mike Pompeo visited Iraq today part of an extensive trip around the Middle East. He spending a lot of time trying to reassure allies that withdrawing US troops from Syria won't change, the US mission in the region Pompeo and his entourage are now in Cairo along with NPR's. Michelle Kellerman made a little delay on the line. Can you hear me, Michelle? Yes, I already a so I tell us about Pompeo's day in Iraq. Sure. The visit came just a couple of weeks after Trump visited troops. But didn't take the time to meet Iraq's prime ministers. Pump Bao's seem to be making up for that security was really tight because in part because the White House had previously announced that he was going to go. They said January eleventh the State Department changed the date around and tried to keep a tight lid on things only bringing in a much smaller pool of journalists into the visit. But he really did make the rounds. You know, he met with Iraq's prime minister and president. And then he flew to the Kurdish region of north. They talked about continuing the fight against ISIS about Iraq's relationship with Iran in the US wants Iran to wean itself off wants Iraq did weaned itself off Ronnie and energy supplies. I want to focus on Syria for a minute. Because it's the question. That's hanging over this whole trip right Turkey's president yesterday rejected US calls to protect a Kurdish fighters who fought against ISIS in Syria. How did Pompeo address? That when he met Kurds in northern Iraq. You know, he was really trying to downplay that dispute with Turkey Turkey sees the Kurds as terrorists, but they've been partners for the US in northern Syria. So take a listen to what Pompeii oh had to say when he was in the Kurdish area in the Erbil today. These been folks that have fought with us, and.

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"cermak" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"cermak" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Lives twice when he should have died by reason and then dies when he should have lived and thereby changes, the course not only of US history. But history of the world. And what about his distant cousin who pronounced his name Roosevelt? Franklin Delano Roosevelt who was elected president in nineteen thirty two by an absolute landslide and had his own close brush with death on that. Now talking about the episode of polio that most people know about he had polio before he ran for president before became governor of New York. I'm talking about another assassination attempt an absolutely bizarre. One. What is particularly strange about. This is that most Americans know nothing about it. On February fifteenth nineteen thirty three. After Franklin Delano Roosevelt had beaten Herbert Hoover in a landslide. He was our president-elect. He had gone on a fishing trip on the of Vincent Astor, very wealthy, man. And he came back to Miami. And gave a speech from the back of a car. He was sitting on the back seat of that convertible. Remember, he was crippled. He couldn't use legs regularly. So he didn't move around so easily he wrote through some packed crowds. Bayfront park in Miami. And he stopped in front of the stage that was full of VIP's, and among them was a mayor of Chicago was down there to greet president Roosevelt president-elect Roosevelt. The mayor scarves. Name was Anton j Cermak. About thirty feet from the car. There was a very short. Man. Dark complected Italian immigrant. An unemployed bricklayer whose name was Giuseppi is on Gara. He was five foot one inches tall. He had suffered lifelong from this terrible stomach. We don't know exactly what it was people assume it was also he complained and complained of pain. He never had any family that we know of or connection with any other organization except the bricklayers union, which he said he was forced to join Zan garra had a thirty two revolver. And he fired five times from thirty feet away at the president-elect every one of his bullets hit somebody. None of them hit president-elect Roosevelt. Two people were seriously wounded, MRs Mabel Gill who was just a bystander and mayor Cermak of Chicago the crowd and the police jumped on the gunman. Meanwhile, the secret service ordered the driver of FDR's car to get out of that park. But the president-elect said absolutely not go back in there. And let's pick up the wounded. On the way to the hospital. He cradled mayor Cermak of Chicago cradled his head on shoulder and kept talking to him saying, Tony keep quiet. Don't move. Tony. That was the kind of talk. The doctors later said kept mayor Cermak from going into shock immediately. People got their first glimpse of Roosevelt under pressure. They saw him assuring the crowd. He was alright talking cirmac out of a shock visiting the victims that night returning to the hospital the next day with flowers cards baskets of fruit. You've met his first test under fire and impress the whole nation. Meanwhile, Giuseppi, Sandra. Never explained why was trying to shoot president-elect Roosevelt. He just said he wanted to shoot kings and presidents because he said, I don't like no people's. And FBI investigation showed that he wasn't connected any people's than anyone knew of his whole situation changed when mayor Cermak died on March six two days after Franklin Delano Roosevelt was elected president said famously in his inaugural. The only thing we have to fear is fear itself. After mayor Cermak died just fourteen days after that. Guara who would kill them was executed and still stands as the swiftest legal execution. The country to the minister who is trying to offer prayers. Before he was electrocuted. Zamora said get to hell out of here. You son of a bitch. His last words, they put the hood on him where Viva Italia goodbye to all poor peoples everywhere. And then he said to the sheriff at the controls push the button. And then Gara went off to his fate. Franklin D Roosevelt had survived his first brush with death. He didn't survive his next brush with death. He died in office. Little bit more than twelve years later, but his decision as to the vice presidency. Made a fateful difference of extraordinary consequence for the United States and indeed for the entire free world and.

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"cermak" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"cermak" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Theodore Roosevelt lives twice when he should have died by reason and then dies when he should have lived. And thereby changes the chorus not only of US history. But history of the world, and what about his distant cousin who pronounced his name Roosevelt. Franklin Delano Roosevelt who was elected president in nineteen thirty two by an absolute landslide and had his own close brush with death on that. Now talking about the episode of polio that most people know about he had polio before he ran for president before became governor of New York. I'm talking about another assassination attempt an absolutely bizarre. One. What is particularly strange about. This is that most Americans know nothing about it. On February fifteenth nineteen thirty three after Franklin Delano Roosevelt had beaten Herbert Hoover in a landslide. He was our president elect he had gone on a fishing trip on the of Vincent Astor, very wealthy, man. And he came back to Miami. And gave a speech from the back of a car. He was sitting on the back seat of that convertible. Remember, he was crippled. He couldn't use his legs regularly. So he didn't move around so easily he wrote through some packed crowds bayfront park in Miami. And he stopped in front of the stage that was full of VIP's, and among them was the mayor of Chicago was down there to greet president Roosevelt president-elect Roosevelt. The mayor Scott. His name was Anton j cirmac about thirty feet from a car. There was a very short, man. Dark complected talion immigrant. An unemployed bricklayer whose name was Giuseppi is on Gara. He was five foot one inches tall. He had suffered lifelong from this terrible stomach. We don't know exactly what it was people assume it was all Sears he complained and complained of pain. He never had any family that we know of or connection with any other organization except the bricklayers union, which he said he was forced to join Zan garra had a thirty two revolver. And he fired five times from thirty feet away at the president-elect every one of his bullets hit somebody. None of them hit president-elect Roosevelt. Two people were seriously wounded, MRs Mabel Gill who was just a bystander and mayor Cermak Chicago the crowd and the police jumped on the gunman. Meanwhile, the secret service ordered the driver of FDR's car to get out of that park. But the president-elect said absolutely not go back in there. And let's pick up the wounded. On the way the hospital. He cradled mayor Cermak of Chicago cradled his head on his shoulder and kept talking to him saying, Tony keep quiet. Don't move. Tony. That was the kind of talk. The doctors later said kept mayor Cermak from going into shock immediately. People got their first glimpse of Roosevelt under pressure. They saw him assuring the crowd. He was all right. Talking cirmac out of a shock visiting the victims that night returning the hospital the next day with flowers cars baskets of fruit, you'd met his first test under fire and impressed the whole nation. Meanwhile, Giuseppi, Sandra. Never explained why was trying to shoot president-elect Roosevelt. He just said he wanted to shoot kings and presidents because he said, I don't like no people's. An FBI investigation showed that he wasn't connected any people's than anyone knew of his whole situation changed when mayor Cermak died on March six two days after Franklin Delano Roosevelt was elected president said famously in his inaugural. The only thing we have to fear is fear itself. After mayor Cermak died just fourteen days after that. Zan Guara who would kill them was executed and still stands as the swiftest legal execution. The country to the minister who is trying to offer prayers. Before he was electrocuted. Zamora said get to hell out of here. You son of a bitch. His last words, they put the hood on him where Viva Italia goodbye to all poor peoples everywhere. And then he said to the sheriff at the controls push the button. And then Gara went off to his fate. Franklin D Roosevelt had survived his first brush with death. He didn't survive his next brush with death. He died in office. Little bit more than twelve years later, but his decision as to the vice presidency. Made a fateful difference of extraordinary consequence for the United States and indeed for the entire free world.

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"cermak" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"cermak" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Twice when he should have died by reason and then dies when he should have lived. And thereby changes the chorus not only of US history. But history of the world, and what about his distant cousin who pronounced his name Roosevelt. Franklin Delano Roosevelt who was elected president in nineteen thirty two by an absolute landslide and had his own close brush with death. I'm not now talking about the episode of polio. That most people know about he had polio before he ran for president before became governor of New York. I'm talking about another assassination attempt an absolutely bizarre. One. What is particularly strange about. This is that most Americans know nothing about it. On February fifteenth nineteen thirty three. After Franklin Delano Roosevelt had beaten Herbert Hoover in a landslide. He was our president-elect. He had gone on a fishing trip on the of Vincent Astor, very wealthy, man. And he came back to Miami. And gave a speech from the back of a car. He was sitting on the back seat of that convertible. Remember, he was crippled. He couldn't use his legs regularly. So he didn't move around so easily he wrote through some packed crowds. Bayfront park in Miami. And he stopped in front of a stage that was full of VIP's. And among them was a mayor of Chicago was down there to greet president Roosevelt president-elect Roosevelt. The mayor. Scott name was Anton j Cermak. About thirty feet from the car. There was a very short. Man. Dark complected Italian immigrant. An unemployed bricklayer whose name was Giuseppi is on Gara. He was five foot one inches tall. He had suffered lifelong from this terrible stomach. We don't know exactly what it was people assume was also he complained and complained of pain. He never had any family that we know of or connection with any other organization except the bricklayers union, which he said he was forced to join Zan garra had a thirty two revolver, and he fired five times from thirty feet away at the president-elect every one of his bullets hit somebody. None of them hit president-elect Roosevelt. Two people were seriously wounded, MRs Mabel Gill who was just a bystander and mayor Cermak if Chicago the crowd and the police jumped on the gunman. Meanwhile, the secret service ordered the driver of FDR's car to get out of that park. But the president-elect's said absolutely not go back in there. And let's pick up the wounded. On the way to the hospital. He cradled mayor Cermak of Chicago cradled his head on his shoulder and kept talking to him saying, Tony keep quiet. Don't move Tony. That was the kind of talk. The doctors later said kept near cirmac from going into shock immediately. People got their first glimpse of Roosevelt under pressure. They saw him assuring crowd. He was alright talking cirmac out of a shock visiting the victims that night returning the hospital the next day with flowers cards baskets of fruit you'd met his first test under fire and oppressed. The whole nation. Meanwhile, Giuseppi, Sandra. Never explained why was trying to shoot president-elect Roosevelt. He just said he wanted to shoot kings and presidents because he said, I don't like no people's. FBI investigation showed that he wasn't connected any people's than anyone knew of his whole situation changed when mayor cirmac died on March six two days after Franklin Delano Roosevelt was elected president said famously in his inaugural. The only thing we have to fear is fear itself. After mayor Cermak died just fourteen days after that. Zan Guara who would kill them was executed and still stands as the swiftest legal execution. The country to the minister who is trying to offer prayers. Before he was electrocuted. Gara said get to hell out of here. You son of a bitch. His last words is they put the hood on him where Viva Italia goodbye to all poor peoples everywhere. And then he said to the sheriff at the controls push the button. And then Gara went off to his fate. Franklin D Roosevelt had survived his first brush with death. He didn't survive his next brush with death. He died in office. Little bit more than twelve years later, but he's decision as to the vice presidency. Made a fateful difference of extraordinary consequence for the United States and indeed for the entire free.

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"cermak" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"cermak" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Theodore Roosevelt lives twice when he should have died by reason and then dies when he should have lived. And thereby changes the chorus not only of US history. But history of the world. And what about his distant cousin who pronounced his name Roosevelt? Franklin Delano Roosevelt who was elected president in nineteen thirty two by an absolute landslide and had his own close brush with death on that. Now talking about the episode of polio that most people know about he had polio before he ran for president before became governor of New York. I'm talking about another assassination attempt. An absolutely bizarre. One. What is particularly strange about. This is that most Americans know nothing about it. On February fifteenth nineteen thirty three after Franklin Delano Roosevelt had beaten Herbert Hoover in a landslide. He was our president elect he had gone on a fishing trip on the of Vincent Astor, very wealthy, man. And he came back to Miami. And gave a speech from the back of a car. He was sitting on the back seat of that convertible. Remember, he was crippled. He couldn't use his legs regularly. So he didn't move around so easily he wrote through some packed crowds. Bayfront park in Miami. And he stopped in front of the stage that was full of VIP's, and among them was the mayor of Chicago was down there to greet president Roosevelt president-elect Roosevelt. The mayor Scott. His name was Anton j Cermak about thirty feet from the car. There was a very short. Man. Dark complected Italian immigrant. Unemployed bricklayer whose name was Giuseppi is on Gara. He was five foot one inches tall. He had suffered lifelong from this terrible stomach. We don't know exactly what it was people assume it was all he complained and complained of pain never had any family that we know of or connection with any other organization except the bricklayers union, which he said he was forced to join Zan garra had a thirty two revolver any fired five times from thirty feet away at the president-elect every one of his bullets hit somebody. None of them hit president-elect Roosevelt. Two people were seriously wounded, MRs Mabel Gill who was just a bystander and mayor Cermak of Chicago the crowd and the police jumped on the gunman. Meanwhile, the secret service ordered the driver of FDR's car to get out of that park. But the president-elect's at absolutely not go back in there. And let's pick up the wounded on the way to the hospital. He cradled mayor Cermak of Chicago cradled his head on his shoulder and kept talking to him saying, Tony keep quiet. Don't move. Tony. That was the kind of talk. The doctors later said kept mayor Cermak from going into shock immediately. People got their first glimpse of Roosevelt under pressure. They saw him assuring the crowd. He was all right. Talking cirmac out of a shock visiting the victims that night returning the hospital the next day with flowers cards baskets of fruit, you'd met his first test under fire and impressed the whole nation. Meanwhile, Giuseppi, Sandra. Never explained why was trying to shoot president-elect Roosevelt. He just said he wanted to shoot kings and presidents because he said, I don't like no people's. An FBI investigation showed that he wasn't connected any people's than anyone knew of his whole situation changed when mayor Cermak died on March six two days after Franklin Delano Roosevelt was elected president said famously in the only thing we have to fear is fear itself. After mayor Cermak died just fourteen days after that. Zangari who would kill them was executed and still stands as the swiftest legal execution. The country to the minister who is trying to offer prayers. Before he was electrocuted. Gara said get to hell out of here. You son of a bitch. His last words is they put the hood on him where Viva Italia goodbye to all poor peoples everywhere. And then he said to the sheriff at the controls push the button. And then Gara went off to his fate. Franklin D Roosevelt had survived his first brush with death. He didn't survive his next brush with death. He died in office. Little bit more than twelve years later, but his decision as to the vice presidency. Made a fateful difference of extraordinary consequence for the United States and indeed for the entire free.

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"cermak" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"cermak" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Twice when he should have died by reason and then dies when he should have lived and thereby changes, the course not only of US history. But history of the world, and what about his distant cousin who pronounced his name Roosevelt. Franklin Delano Roosevelt who was elected president in nineteen thirty two by an absolute landslide and had his own close brush with death on that. Now talking about the episode of polio that most people know about he had polio before he ran for president before became governor of New York. I'm talking about another assassination attempt an absolutely bizarre. One. What is particularly strange about. This is that most Americans. No nothing about it. On February fifteenth nineteen thirty three. After Franklin Delano Roosevelt had beaten Herbert Hoover in a landslide. He was our president-elect. He had gone on a fishing trip on the of Vincent Astor, very wealthy, man. And he came back to Miami. And gave a speech from the back of a car. He was sitting on the back seat of that convertible. Remember, he was crippled. He couldn't use his legs regularly. So he didn't move around so easily he wrote through some packed crowds. Bayfront park in Miami. And he stopped in front of the stage that was full of VIP's, and among them was the mayor of Chicago was down there to greet president Roosevelt president-elect Roosevelt. The mayor Scott. His name was Anton Cermak. About thirty feet from the car. There was a very short. Man. Dark complected Italian immigrant. Unemployed bricklayer whose name was Giuseppi on Gara. He was five foot one inches tall. He had suffered lifelong from this terrible stomach. We don't know exactly what it was people assume it was also he complained and complained of pain, he never had any family that we know of or connection with any other organization except the bricklayers union, which he said he was forced to join Zangari had a thirty two revolver. And he fired five times from thirty feet away at the president-elect every one of his bullets hit somebody. None of them hit president-elect Roosevelt. Two people were seriously wounded, MRs Mabel Gill who was just a bystander and mayor Cermak of Chicago the crowd and the police jumped on the gunman. Meanwhile, the secret service ordered the driver of FDR's car to get out of that park. But the president-elect said absolutely not go back in there. And let's pick up the wounded. On the way the hospital. He cradled mayor Cermak of Chicago cradled his head on his shoulder and kept talking to him saying, Tony keep quiet. Don't move Tony. That was the kind of talk. The doctors later said kept near cirmac from going into shock immediately. People got their first glimpse of Roosevelt under pressure. They saw him assuring the crowd. He was alright talking cirmac out of a shock visiting the victims that night returning the hospital the next day with flowers cards baskets of fruit, you'd met his first test under fire and impressed the whole nation. Meanwhile, Giuseppi, Sandra. Never explained why was trying to shoot president-elect Roosevelt. He just said he wanted to shoot kings and presidents because he said, I don't like no people's. An FBI investigation showed that he wasn't connected any people's than anyone knew of his whole situation changed when mayor Cermak died on March six two days after Franklin Delano Roosevelt was elected president said famously in his inaugural. The only thing we have to fear is fear itself. After mayor Cermak died just fourteen days after that. Zan Guara who had killed him was executed. It's still stands as the swiftest legal execution. The country to the minister who is trying to offer prayers. Before he was electrocuted. Zanga said get to hell out of here. You son of a bitch. His last words is they put the hood on him where Viva Italia goodbye to all poor peoples everywhere. And then he said to the sheriff at the controls push the button. And then Gara went off to his fate. Franklin D Roosevelt had survived his first brush with death. He didn't survive his next brush with death. He died in office. Little bit more than twelve years later, but he's decision as to the vice presidency. Made a fateful difference of extraordinary consequence for the United States and indeed for the entire free.

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"cermak" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:32 min | 2 years ago

"cermak" Discussed on KCRW

"John Cermak, what's happening inside. Well, checking in with metro writer alerts and nothing no significant delays posted at this time on Malibu canyon right now. Now the valley side, but the Malibu side just about a half a mile north of p- road collision reported possible injuries and our good friends over at total traffic are reporting that eastbound on the ninety one in Compton right around Alameda street. There's a stalled vehicle blocking the number two lane. Expect heavy delays from main street. All right as we move on. With the news on KCRW. It's five thirty five. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm also Chiang. I'm Mary, Louise, Kelley and next. We're going to meet a man engaged in the fight of his life. Robert lighthizer is the US trade Representative and now America's chief trade negotiator with China. The only country that rivals the US and economic size and strength country with an economy poised to overtake the US within the next few decades a country now locked in a trade war with. The US. So what is the American goal in confronting China? And how hard line is the Trump administration prepared to be to achieve it questions. We can put to Robert lied lighthizer because he is here. Live in our studio ambassador. Lighthizer welcome. Thank your. Mary Louise, a pleasure to be here, sir. With the timeframe you've agreed in ninety day. Pause for talks to try to end this trade war. What specifically you need to see at the end of these ninety days to chalk this up as a success? Well, we need to see structural changes in in China art agreement to have structural changes ended opening market. So if I could just take a step back and say, how did we get here to where we are? And I would say first of all we have a very large trade deficit with China that's been growing, and it's not the result of economic forces entirely. So the president looked at the situation and said the most pressing part of this is the theft and forced technology transfer from the United States companies to Chinese companies, and we did a study, which I gave you a copy of the dead. I have it right here that took eight or nine months, and it's it's a couple of hundred pages. We've sent. Done a supplement of it. And it demonstrates that. There is a serious problem of failure to protect intellectual property. We should take a step back minor cells. That is really the the lifeblood of the American economy. We are very good innovators and very good, creators and stuff you may. Because what you're describing are big challenges that have been big challenges in the U S China trade relationship for a long time. Are you confident that you will be able to make enough progress to continue causing this trade were in the next ninety days, or I guess we're now seven days in so in the next eighty three eighty three days, I would say first of all that just underline your boy how long it is. If you ask me when was the first time, we had an official government to government intellectual property crisis with China was during George Herbert Walker Bush's administration in nineteen Ninety-one. That's all along since. Then we've probably seen China agree to correct this problem or some aspect of it maybe twenty times, and they have done. None of that till now. So when you say confident, I'm never confident I've been doing this a long time have been negotiating a long time. I've gotten a lot of deals done if there's a deal to be done the president wants us to do it. If it's in the interests of the United States, if it opens up their market in a fit requires them to do structural changes that will protect our technology in the president wants to do. If not we won't have one I'm going in here expecting to work hard. Like we have in all respects. We have a lot of expertise in my building in my I myself, and the Chinese will bring a lot of experts difficult thing to do. I don't want to suggest for a second that it's not as very tough. They've at assistant. It's worked very well for them for a long time as you say how much their economy's growing their economies grown from about a trillion dollars in nine hundred ninety nine two as you know, over twelve trillion now with that is context let me steer you back to my question. Which was what specifically do you want to see at the end of this ninety days, you'll think okay? We did it. We got it done. Is there something in writing a specific line that you're holding out for well, we have a lot of things we'd be exchanged a lot of papers. This has been going on for a while. I don't what your listeners to think that this is something that just came up in the last few days this has been going on for a year and a half. We've had a number of talks. We'd be a lot of papers. The reason I mentioned our study is the essence of the study is forced technology. Transfer cyber theft of technology and state capital muse together technology, so we work back from there. What do we need to have a success? We need an open market or or a moral market more access by American companies. We need protection of intellectual property we need to stop cyber theft. We need to stop force technology transfer. That is to say giving your technology in order to do business in China, which is something that is we think inconsistent. Which is you mentioned is something the US has been pushing for for generations Espersen since before you came in and started working on all this is. So how long if if you don't get what you want in this ninety day window. How long do you anticipate keeping tariffs on China? Well, I don't want to address that right now. My it's a question on a lot of people's minds, and our can manufacturer and farmers, and it is it's a fair question. If you believe that we have a very serious problem one that is really causing America. Billions and billions of dollars in awful lot of jobs, and is getting worse and worse and worse than you have to realize this may take a long time. Our hope is this something that can be managed over a period of time. But but right now. Won't put any days months years. No, there's no there's no time. Limit the way. This works is the tariffs are in place until the president decides the tariffs go out of place and the remedy. It has to be linked to the kinds of things that we found in the report. So we have a very serious very difficult. Problem is one that we think one we can make substantial improvements in market access by having the Chinese purchase. And then we have talked through and expect them to want to make a number of other changes that will protect technology. Finally, put this very difficult complex problem as you describe it in personal terms, I interviewed a soybean farmer today. Josh Gakhal, he was speaking to me from his farm in North Dakota. And here's what he told me year-over-year comparison. We're proximity. Eighty percent below what we typically would have shipped to China at this time last year. Not being able to get your product or sell your product to who has historically been your number one customer makes things very difficult investor lighthizer he was describing green bins stuff. Soybeans that he would rather have on a train headed to the west coast to put it on a boat and send it to China. And instead it's stacked up out there. What do you say to him and other farmers like him? Well, I would say the president is very concerned about American agriculture. He has us going out every day at U S T R my agency and trying to open up new markets. We're talking to the to the Japanese were talking to the Europeans. We're talking to the Indians. We're talking to a variety of other countries say handover heart at this point that the US trade war with China isn't hurting the US more than China. So far. I certainly think it is hurting China more than is hurting the United States. But our objective is not to hurt. Anybody? Our objective is to make changes. So that it's in the long term best interest of the United States. If you don't start with the proposition that this is an extremely important question for the future of American industry in American jobs. If you don't start with that. And none of it makes any sense. That's why the president had us sit down and do such a careful study the reality is we have a very serious problem. If this was a minor problem that we were worrying about then you would have to balance what is cost, but the reality is this is a major major issue in. It's one that has to be sorted out. And the president has enormous amount of compassion for farmers and other farmers, and I would just make one other point quickly. If we open this market, there's a lot more sales in China for US farmers much much more than they do. They're only about twenty billion dollars. Now, they should be double that or more Robert.

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"cermak" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"cermak" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"I mean for she she said, she's just an evil person the minute, we left that backyard of Carey's family. I noticed that she had dug a hole into the wall. Just so someone could see mart trying marriage. Yeah. So she's like your manipulative fucking bitch. And that's why you're taking video back there. Because you want to use the guest us Landers goes your special. So then what was really interesting. This is one of the most breaking the fourth wall moments in any of the real housewives Cameron goes you're filming a reality TV show, if she's fun getting naked on national television while she's upset about it on a cell phone. It's like, yeah. I think that's probably what we were all thinking. So then back at the edge. He goes, and she goes it was a spur of the moment. Saying of the moment. Cermak hotel, brandy and Stephanie are putting on makeup, you know, how most of the people on housewives just eat this cast is just puts on makeup. Let's all literally all they do. So it's like putting on makeup the gum more makeup. And and before they do that. I just wanna say that leeann says on the bus while she tells us during this whole thing, she's like, you know, is is just angry that I haven't thrown a glass yet or cost someone out. And I'm like, yeah. And so are the rest of us, by the way, we'd really like to see that. Thank you. And then she goes. She goes Brandon just wants me to be the dragons that way, she'd be the vertebral Ramona murder, and it was like so hilarious to me watching. Leeann do armed personnel of brandy. May. So Cameron is like what was your intention with the cell phone thing. Generally, literally thought I was going to say you guys are going to want. See, this is awesome. It was for y'all. Look at cameras like that was spur of the moment. And I don't think she put it together. Like, she was just confused. So then. So then at dinner, the waiter comes to mind, he's like come. You're a bunch of confused. Hamburger lovers. Instead, you should try just a tasting menu. It's everything included. And they're like, yes go, and I was like our menu. Okay, menu has everything it has rocks. It has moss. Eight has whatever you could want Cameron's like everything has been so odd eating wise here. It's just really fancy and sophisticated. All I want is a burrito. You know, what the monthly haven't Kapustan Lucas?.

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"cermak" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:44 min | 2 years ago

"cermak" Discussed on KCRW

"It's marketplace, we'll check the markets. See how the economy is doing across well around the globe and traffic right now cash on Cermak is looking at the road to locate. Hello, boy, what a problem in industry right now on the northbound side that sex five careful at peck road collision involving an overturned vehicle. Only the slow lane open so big stickler going on traffic at a standstill from. Washington already a Sigler as we move on with the news three twenty one. I'm Marco werman. This is the world with so much talk about immigration before the midterms. We put out a call to new citizens. People voting for the first time here in the US one person we heard from his dealin Miranda. She lives in Massachusetts and became a citizen this year. I was born in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. I'm a non white South African my parents were not allowed to vote up until ninety four. That was the first time. First time they were allowed to burn to. It's very personal to me. I feel like the only realize is once you've had to taken away. So when you were growing up in South Africa. What did you hear from your parents about voting about this civic responsibility? That they actually were not allowed to have by law. My fans were very careful to not expose us to racism. We were very sheltered raises to not have hate in our hearts, even though they were so oppressed back in the day. We had no idea that there was racism or apartheid going on the I only became aware when I hit high school, and we were allowed to go to a school. That was when I saw to understand that whites didn't like non whites. So I only at my eyes open the older. I mean, there's been so much rhetoric veiled and unveiled racism leading up to this midterm. How do you feel about that? Heartbroken heartbroken, absolutely heartbroken. I don't understand. I don't. I don't know when news broke that Trump had mentioned dot com. And I'm from the quote unquote till country. My mother was absolutely distraught. Edgy crowd anger. Tis. Say that. Yeah. Have you voted already? Did you early vote? Are you going to cast your ballot tomorrow? No, I'm voting on Tuesday. I want to feel the full experience. I don't want to vote early. I'm gonna see if I can take my son with me, and my husband, we're going to do a whole family affair. I'm very excited. How old is your son is ten months old? Yeah. So a little early to be kind of explaining the value voting. Imagine. I imagine though that when he gets older you will be able to pass on some stories to him about voting for the first time voting in South Africa. And what it means express team that it's very important to vote because you're voting rights can be taken away. You don't think it can be taken away. But you never know like everything can be taken away from me. You have to go your vote is so important if you want anything to change you have to vote maranda voter here in Massachusetts. Congratulations. Thank you very much. We have more great great feedback from first time voters, you can read more at the world dot ORG immigration healthcare. Care democracy itself. Those are some of the top concerns on the minds of voters during this midterm season. Typically, what is not top of mind for a lot of voters are climate change in the environment. But that might be starting to change Nathaniel Stinnett heads up the environmental voter project, which looks at how environmentalist vote I asked him how the organization defines that we are focused on people who care so deeply about climate and the environment that they listed as either their number one or number two priority over all others. So these are really super environmentalists. Yes. So that's a small group. I'm imagining because environmental issues are quite often at the bottom of the list of voter concerns. Well, you're right that there are often at the bottom of the list of voter concerns, but believe it or not there are actually a really large number of these super environmentalists who are already registered to vote. They just don't show up in polls of likely voters because they don't show up on election day. Well there. Are two answers to that question. We know a little bit of what's going on environmentalists are disproportionately made up of young people African Americans and Latinos, and those are three demographic groups that historically vote less often than the rest of the population. So part of the reason environmentalists aren't voting is just a demographic correlation. But there's another thing that we really can't explain and that is even when you only look at young people environmentalists vote less often than other young people or even if you only look at Latinos environmental Latinos, vote less often than other Latinos. So there's something else going on there. And I wish I could tell you what. But we don't know for the people you call environmentalists. What's their turn up in for the last few elections and tomorrow, what are you expecting? So in the two thousand sixteen presidential election sixty nine percent of registered voters voted but only fifty percent of environmentalists did. And if you go back to twenty fourteen the last midterm election. The story was. Even worse in two thousand fourteen forty four percent of registered voters voted but only twenty one percent of environmentalists did. So the environmental movement definitely has a turnout problem Marco. But as we look forward to election day tomorrow, there are some pretty strong signs that that's changing what we're seeing in early voting. Data is just first of all across the board. Early voting is through the roof. We've already had thirty five million people vote in the United States. Whereas this time in two thousand fourteen only twenty million people voted, but what's really encouraging for the environmental movement is that young people African Americans and Latinos are showing stronger early voting numbers than the rest of the population. What about people, for example, who live in areas? Devastated by recent natural disasters and thinking, Houston or North Carolina. Are they more motivated to vote based on their experiences? Absolutely. We are seeing in the North Carolina ninth congressional district. That was hit hard by hurricane Florence both the democrat and the Republican are now talking about climate change all the time. And in Florida, it's amazing in the Florida twenty-six congressional district. The national Republican congressional committee made an ad attacking the democrat for taking money from coal employees. It's not every day, you see Republicans vilifying, the coal industry, and part of the reason they're becoming a higher priority is because these people are feeling the impacts of environmental and climate issues, but we can't cross our fingers and hope that everybody is going to be devastated by climate change. So I also would like to see environmentalists vote more often. And that's why we're focused on that at the environmental voter project. How does the US compared to other countries environmental focus, like, you know, Germany has a green party. For example, does that imply the environment does get more attention or a place like the Marshall Islands or the Maldives were climate change is real and visible. Does that mean that voter? Is there are engaged? Varies dramatically from country to country and not just because people are feeling different impacts of climate change. But also because people have different forms of government. I think in parliamentary forms of government there is more room for people who have unique concerns to express them. And that's why in places like Germany and elsewhere in Europe, you have agreed parties. But one thing holds true across the globe where people are disproportionately feeling the impacts of climate change and other environmental issues, they tend to care more about that. When it comes time to go to the polls and politicians respond. I'm also wondering for people whose experienced doesn't involve climate change or natural disasters. Is it just too? Big of a problem that it's not gonna affect me over the next forty eight hours, and they pushed aside that is certainly the case with a lot of people the climate crisis is so enormous that it concerns some people and Spurs them. To action, but it paralyzes other people, and that's why focusing on really small yet impactful actions that we can make is so important and the act of voting is one of those things. So even if you're paralyzed by the enormity of the climate crisis taking fifteen minutes out of your day to go and fill out, your ballot is one of the easiest ways that you can feel empowered and make a difference. Very well stated that's our get out and vote PSA for the day Nathaniel standard, executive director of the environmental voter project. Thank you..

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"cermak" Discussed on Dan Carlin's Hardcore History Addendum

Dan Carlin's Hardcore History Addendum

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"cermak" Discussed on Dan Carlin's Hardcore History Addendum

"So in the cargo hold of this huge Achraf on down at the end of the plane. The opposite end from us was the body bag containing American Sajjan adviser who've been killed in the battle and those body bag with all these stuff around him as tall on these sound system. All these kids themselves we had. An hour harmful two hours on the plane down to Saigal looking. I was looking at this. Abbass is an his body bag and song. I thought what? Now in the situation where nobody wants to be the lost American to die in a wall, all they lost. And I think one of the things that one does bitterly reproach Nixon Kissinger for from the moment, they assumed office and sixty nine they knew there was no hope of winning the wall, but they would desperate for political reasons. Conceal from the American people about the war was lost and twenty two thousand Americans died onto the Nixon presidency, and countless Vietnamese, and it was in many ways the was period because you hope that thing you've got the army in Vietnam falling apart a huge drug problems. And so and so forth. All this. They knew all the way down the street was no way they were gonna win this. But they would just desperate to avoid of anybody. Finding out about this and to me one of the grizzlies spits, the White House tapes relatively recently released in twenty fifteen is Kissinger coming back from the secret Paris, peace tours, I October seventy two and he rushes into the Oval Office, and he says to Nixon you says Mr. pro some we have got a better deal than you have a dream. And remember, this is a month before Nixon faces George McGovern in the presidential election. And I'm kissing doesn't say this is going to bring peace is going to save countless lives. He said, this will absolutely totally screw up on the cynicism of these guys of this state, and it was all about politics, and that's a pretty it's it's it's it's hot sticks in your crawl. But actually one thing I would say which I think is important. To the sort of closing on this to me, the supreme irony of the wall. If you've got a bit nam today, if you'd said American about sixty six how would you like Saigal to look in twenty eight well, actually, we pretty much the way it looks now. And although it's still a very unpleasant totalitarian state that now they do now have license to make money. They want to be Americans. They're incredibly nice to Americans because they realize that American system is with countless more valuable, countless valid them are wretched government, but they're all completely hooked on American culture and on making money, and I've suggested in the loss shops from my book, the while United States failed in Vietnam with b fifty two spooky gunships and defoliation, but United States trial with Johnny Depp on YouTube. But what we've learned. The as the economic full ses can be at least as important if not more so than than soldiers in deciding how history plays out, my stepfather, always said just draw blue jeans, rock and roll and playboy magazine on and they'll they'll become Americans use that. That's the way Cermak's we've hardly touched upon all the good things in this book, though. And I would like to encourage anyone who would love to get an updated really interesting view, Vietnam from somebody who wasn't just there, but has had a chance to think and talk and do research about it ever since Cermak Hastings and the book is Vietnam. Cermak? Thank you so much for coming on the program. It was my place down. Thank you for having had a great time. Hey, come on the next book. Okay. All right. Take care. Wrath of the cons Punic nightmares. Apache tears, and of course, ghosts of the ost.

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"cermak" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"cermak" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"When you look at the not only when you watch it with your eyes has been saying we double checked what all the statistics say, it's ugly. Our buddy, check knits bird from ESPN, stats and info. And then NFL next gen stats provided us some of the stuff. We were looking for. There has been no pressure. I mean, just not he's lucky. Seventh on the bears. The bears guys in quarterback pressures this year. Minimum twenty pass rushes. He seventh on the team. I mean, seventh guys six others ahead of him. Can you imagine? He's a starter. Right. Yes. That's what I thought. I didn't think I was making a mistake. You weren't not making a mistake so open. I won't judge them car that lets the next five. All right. Let's hope we start to see a different Leonard Floyd eight of Khalil Mack is hobbled. And it looks like he's gotta be hobbled. They're going to need. Leonard. Floyd more pressure is going to be on him. You're going to need him to play better. The only reason I'm saying we really gotta take a focus and take a look at it is because decisions are going to have to be made on Leonard Floyd. Well, I mean, can you even imagine what they're not going to pick up the fifth year Tanya, I'm just letting you know that the children's are going to have to get made there's going to be some money promised to this young man, and you know. Is it going to be earned as is not gonna be? That's all you gotta have to ask yourself. It is a football Friday. That means we're out and about we're at twin peaks just off Cermak here by the Home Depot in oakbrook terrace. Got a great crowd. Beers cold food is delicious. Have already had some chicken wings Carmen, the t the bacon. Here's outstanding. I don't know if you've ever had bacon. I had bacon this morning. Head to bacon here at twin peaks. Not it's top notch..

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"cermak" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"cermak" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Five on the home of the blackhawks northwestern wildcats ankle white sox based wgn sports wgn traffic we have an accident now on the eisenhower westbound at york road had occurring about fifteen minutes ago another problem on the red line we cleared up the situation where the red line was being rerouted to the elevated lines between fullerton and the cermak chinatown stop that's about being restored now however we have a problem on the red line at garfield because of a minor fire at the track level trains are standing there at garfield because of this consider the red line reconsider the green line excuse me consider the green line as an alternate also the number twenty nine state street bus and in chicago an accident on the northbound does stevenson at cicero that is blocking the right lane also water standing at the burn interchange on the inbound kennedy that blocks the right lane for personalized people need to be careful when they're driving today not splash other people who were standing on real slow when you see people standing sidewalk or like crash your car into a lamppost so you don't to avoid splashing people for personalized traffic on demand gave the first one of you that send me an email saying dean richards has encouraging personalized traffic on demand you're just fill mad because the.

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"cermak" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"cermak" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The gen care center in the sixty three hundred block of cermak road and after that chemical houston treatments spilled in an exam room no word on why he did it but along barred man is accused of using a tree trimmer to cut power lines to several homes pretty one year old austin michaela charged with felony criminal damage to property prosecutors say the allegations go beyond vandalism because it posed a public safety threat voting machine problems that resulted in japan being the last illinois county to post results after polls closed in the march twentieth primary still a topic of hot discussion including at today's board meeting members criticizing the election commission with chairman dan cronin saying there's no excuse fifty six percent of voters said yes to an advisory referendum on the ballot for the county clerk's office to take over election commission duties for the first time in more than sixty years the census will ask people whether they are american citizens trump administration officials are defending their controversial move but critics say it's about intimidating immigrants and will result in a population undercount possibly leading to loss congressional seats let's get an update now on wgn sports here's kevin powell all sorts of distractions for the lola ramblers as they continue on their improbable run but coach porter moser says they're locked in and ready for their next opponent so here we are so i'm not getting ahead of myself it's all about michigan it's all about what we have to do to stop them and what we have to do to score the ramblers ramblers take on the michigan wolverines saturday night lowry marketed will play tonight when the bulls face the rockets in houston rookie four was a game time decision with a sore back but he'll play teammate zach levine and chris done are out the trinity blackhawks report hawks are off until thursday the next one counts for both the white sox and cubs opening day is thursday james shields will start for the socks in kansas city we'll have the opener here on wgn at three john lester takes them out for the cubs in miami cubs wrapped up exhibition play earlier against the red sox losing four to two and the.

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