35 Burst results for "Charles Charles Krauthammer"

"charles  krauthammer" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

01:40 min | 7 months ago

"charles krauthammer" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"He mastered all of them. That is really Extraordinary and I was going to say not everyone can no one can do. That is the point. But he was one of them. And, you know, with so much confusion and jumble and Misinformation and and absurdity in American politics. That's always been the case, but it's been especially true recently and there are still to this day. Here We are three years later where I I sometimes sit and reflect. I really wish I'd give up my seat on this panel happily for Charles Krauthammer because the country had used His insight. We would love to hear from him and he was gone too soon, but he certainly made his mark. Oh, without a doubt and let me just say For people who knew him. I think the mark was even more indelible. You know, people who are his friends? Well, certainly his family, his wife and his son, The son really took the lead on the second book that you mentioned. Yes. Um, you know, Yeah. Yeah. Mm. Yeah. This is an activation of the Amber alert system at the request of the Dallas Police Department. Today around 2 37 and Curtis Jeter were last heard from and known to be in the 5900.

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Dana Perino Talks About Her Book, Everything Will Be Okay

Dose of Leadership

04:16 min | 11 months ago

Dana Perino Talks About Her Book, Everything Will Be Okay

"Data perino back on dose of leadership. Welcome back have you ever had some come back. I have. I've had arse you you you're up there. This is your third visit and eight years old came on very early. I remember i mean you look at what you've built since your i had the idea to start this is it's been amazing and i don't want to thank you. You've been so supportive of the show. You've given me great mentoring advice a few times that i've asked and i've been afraid to ask because i know you're so busy but you've always answered and gave me such great advice and so i appreciate you coming back on the show. I love the book. Everything will be okay. One thing that stood out. I think it was our last conversation a few years ago and i have four four daughters and you said something that resonate with me pass advice along to each of my daughter's along the way my oldest is twenty four twenty one eighteen and sixteen. Wow dad but you said something that i thought was was great and it was some of the fact. I'm paraphrasing you. Got this in the book about when oportunities present themselves. You could be in jacksonville. Florida at your hometown or wherever and a job comes available. 'em for new york or billings montana or someone alaska is going there and you just go take it and i thought that was. I think that's the best advice you could do. Is just take that because those leads to other opportunities right. I'm paraphrasing but That stuck with me and it's in it's in the book. I just think it's great advice. I use fort wayne indiana example. Because you know. I had experience with somebody who had was in. Denver had an opportunity to get promoted. But the job would mean leaving denver and moving to fort wayne indiana and they turned it down and career kind stalled out In front of frustrated and upset about that and always wondered you. Know what if i had taken that chance and if you take any person that you admire i don't care anyone and you ask them. What were the steps that lead you to where you are today. There's always something that happened in their life. That was as real detour something. They didn't plan something that just seemed to come along. And i thought well i guess i'll try that It doesn't mean that you're always going to have to live where that new job is your first of all you might like it And also really with technology today. There's no excuse. But the other thing i would say is that we are in a very competitive job market. And we're going to be like your daughters at that age group is going to be globally competitive and so that means you have to be prepared to take opportunities at now. That doesn't mean you also can't turn things down sure that those those things come on it happened to me too. I write about how i was planning to be in journalism while. I'm jearl as of now but people don't know i started there and then i had this meandering path and i'm back to. Where do we wanted to do all along. But i would not have the job. I have today if i hadn't done all those other things. There would be no reason for me to have this job as co anchor of america's newsroom and on the five and she has to write a book for that somebody my ornery know. Exactly right i think back to approaching five hundred conversations on the show. I can't tell you how many times i've asked a question like did. Did you picture yourself doing this. And they're like absolutely not. I had no idea. But charles krauthammer force late mills loved him so he used to be asked a lot by journalism students. How can i become a syndicated columnist. And he used to say well. I you go to medical school. And his point was that he never body but ended up being a syndicated columnist as a conservative But that's where his path led him after medical school becoming a a p getting his. Md excuse me in psychiatry and then moving on to work in public policy and then of course in journalism.

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"charles  krauthammer" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"charles krauthammer" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Use a today without an article with an article today Experience, which is the giant corporation that controls so much of credit and got hacked by the Chinese government, Americans have at least four cards on average, with an average balance of almost $6200 on each card. What? Yeah. Credit card debt is his highest. It's ever been. So the economy and we'll fax you got hacked the Ah thought was experience a winner. Equifax was, Yeah. Um, that's what did this experience take news experience? No. Something happened with experience. Yeah, probably might not have been the Chinese government. It was something though. You're right. Whatever. Have some The country's outstanding credit card and other types of revolving debt have jumped almost 20% from a decade ago, reaching an all time high of about 1.1 Crilly in dollars, according to a recent study. The average balance on the credit card is now almost $6200 with the average family having four cards. And Americans have more room to run up debt because they're well short of their credit limit. There's no reason to think we're not headed toward reaching that Lim Ho don't do your credit limit, so don't even look at that. That's not your limit. Your limit is what you can comfortably afford. I don't know. I don't know. I couldn't comfortably afford it. Why would they give it to me, Jo? Yeah, It's a good point. So I stand corrected. If you have a credit card debt when times were good, it means you probably aren't putting away as much money as you should. For when things eventually go south. Notice the word eventually not If It's It's It's when Wright says it will happen. Yeah, there will be cycles. There are cycles. There always be cycles. Yeah, that scares me. That really does. Ah, I don't want a lecture people all the time about you know, Dave Ramsey's got that corner tied up but about how they spend their money and save their money and the rest of it, But I just lost one of the best sermons I ever heard in a church. Was about lust. And the preacher. Was talking about the various sorts of lust that we feel. Andi and its teeth. No, that's one kind. That's one of the more notable sorts of lost Charles Krauthammer, the late great Charles Krauthammer. But there's lust for status. There's lust for material goods. His lust for wealth. Pride is a sort of lost just you got to recognize it in yourself. Wait a minute is this Is this a healthy appetite and my pursuing vitamins that will make me stronger, Or is this gobbling junk food That will be do nothing for my soul. And you know, if you can recognize that in yourself, you'll avoid a lot of stupid stupid spending. This is not something I need. This is something I lost for that If I was a stronger person, I probably wouldn't want it all and again is I'm lecturing you. I'm lecturing me. Sure as we all fight this all the time. And the whole Keeping up with the Joneses Thing is a riel impulse. It absolutely has everybody around you. You know their quality of clothes, cars, size of houses, trips that you hear about It is all that rises. There's like a feeling of expectation for you, your wife, your husband, your kids, everybody that that's what you should be doing, too. It's a little embarrassing if you're not where you're just missing out on life or being too stingy or something I don't know. Yeah, it's probably move into a cave and live simply is probably anthropological is probably this is what everybody around me is doing their surviving, so I should be doing the same thing. It's probably you know, built into us. You know that's worth remembering, and it's exciting to be a little farther along. Maybe it is and we just don't pay attention that after you know, hundreds of thousands years of Homo SAPIENs kicking around, at least according to science, I subscribe to please write your angry theological letters, you know and address them to Jack. But anyway, you know, we adapted over a very, very long time to survive. And then in the last couple of centuries, life has changed completely. So it's not shocking that were ill equipped as a beast, too. You know the exact course they'll grow trees anymore. They're I don't know They're the bottom of rivers, so squirrels don't know what to do. The smart thing to do would be to not Behave the way the people around you are behaving, and that's not way that you would have survived back in the day. Right Caveman? Well, it's arguably smart. I think now it would be financially absolutely well. How's Dr Ah, cheaper cars take smaller trips would be smarter than doing what the crowd does. Virtually every time we talk about this sort of thing. We get a couple of emails or at least one from somebody says Look. My wife and I agreed. Sara Sidner. Sarah, we bring in X amount is usually very modest. We live quite well. We don't do this. We don't do that. We don't do that. I have a 12 year old car. She has a 10 year old car. We You know, we we have only one streaming service or none of these people are living quite nicely and we serve. I'm sorry. We save X amount per month. They have made the deliberate decision to get off the consumerist carousel and they lived quite well and they will retire quite nicely. It's hard for people do is hard for me to do. I don't want to do it. Sure. I was talking to another guy, The guy the other day, successful guy, But he and his wife started out. They decided to live in a town that is not the town that you bragged to people you live in, bought a house there because it was so much cheaper..

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"charles  krauthammer" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"charles krauthammer" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"I knew that would be fatal it was not a question I just couldn't survive I mean I could be over just hearing Dr Krauthammer's voice just brings us back a little bit he is really messed Charles was a wonderful gifted gifted person in so many ways in our trip used him on this program are extremely heartfelt and especially when I'm on that panel with Bret Baier on special report I feel a special obligation to try to come close to living up to the gold standard that he set and there are a lot of times we're since his passing I thought we could really use as a country the witch and the inside and the intelligence and the perspective of Charles Krauthammer these days I've had that thought a lot do you think about right now he was a doctor he graduated with expertise in psychiatry from Harvard Medical School given this moment that we're living through and this health pandemic his voice would be so valuable in the discourse and we miss him so I love the fact that there's been this scholarship given Krauthammer's constant thirst for learning in the pursuit of knowledge to set up a scholarship in his honor in his memory in his name I think is just fantastic and the recipients of this first round were announced last night Brett goes on twenty five Daniel is not the only.

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"charles  krauthammer" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"charles krauthammer" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Are hi everybody this is Dennis Prager alignment media we going to go to my guest Charles Krauthammer he is in that refine position of quote he doesn't need any introduction just in case does he is the Melissa prize winning columnist at the Washington post syndicated around the country and of course on fox news his book is now the number one New York times bestseller I had Charles Krauthammer on couple of weeks ago and it is a delight to have you back hi Charles I wanted and I am well Sir I think I'm going to start with a question because what I she is the ability to talk to you about just about anything after all the book is things that matter and a lot of things matter I am curious how do you how do you feel about places that say we're not going to put up a Christmas tree or say merry Christmas because it might offend somebody well I'm I wrote about that some years ago and I think it's ridiculous I enjoy today merry Christmas I'm Jewish but it gives me pleasure to see other people celebrating and enjoy their own traditions I think it's quite remarkable how much respect and overwhelmingly Christian country has given to undergo Jews are only two percent of the population and I find that people who object to these religion in the public square particularly the joy is the family center the peace are there seems to be a celebration of people who are very small very ability as are you know really you are that you know to go fishing for a couple of weeks as during the holiday season come back in January it will see is that you know so so what is it is it K. our this walk why won't and an airplane pilot say merry Christmas see white white that come potion that he feels to say happy holidays look out I don't want to justify the other side I I would assume if you're an international airline and you're flying from do by that's right I agree yeah exactly you know I could understand what I have what about Chicago to stitch is full all right where you'd never know it could be you you could be well it and had that big cut power for a so I think it's absurd I think people ought to be I mean I can't imagine anybody on the receiving end being affected so why you have to worry about these you know but there are people who either have nothing better to do who are fanatics civil libertarians or fanatic church state separate yours or extreme atheists who do you know look everybody has their belief and generally ninety nine percent of people don't wear it on their sleeve or thrust upon other people whether they're atheist for Christian or Hindu or whatever this is the most amazingly tolerant society in the history of the world we have more if you look at the history of Europe you look at the history of Asia Africa there's never been a kind of remotely as religiously tolerant and open as the United States you know you go to Washington letter to the new ports and a guy I believe it was seventeen ninety six in which he wrote this fantastic thank they could never have been written by Europeans well he said we do not speak of toleration because that implied the superiority of one sect alive religion over another we speak of acceptance and brotherhood that was written before the turn of the nineteenth century and that's been the theme of America ever since so I find the people who love the last week given that history given that unbelievable colorants still with status of being offended as people who are just annoying I don't think it is really a major issue in our times it's just a sign of the sort of self importance and trying to thrust a finger in the eye of other people it's one of the minor annoyances of life that it remains an annoyance yeah well well said I I I totally subscribe to our room I'm happy that you were able to articulate that so giving your belief from mine that this is been the most extraordinarily tolerant country open country in human history how is it that the university's regularly teach students that they live in a society that is fundamentally racist and they they have white privilege courses as it were what what is happened to the university what is the adventure the lasses lacerate down Marxism is the English department serving a lead universities has of the way that's about the only place where it leads look at the the universities were captured by the left thirty twenty thirty years ago what's left of sixties radicalism and there's nothing left really is that they've retreated their last red dials is the faculty club in the university they are totally irrelevant they know that totally powerless hero academia used to have a very important place in the culture and even in in governance it earlier centuries it is totally irrelevant is there anybody who feels more powerless than a professor at the university and and I think that for example the intellectuals today who want have influence on policy generally end up and think tank that's a different place you know and and there you have a fairly good equivalence between left and right I think they're more left and right if you look at the numbers but in terms of influence I think it's fairly he called again the the the universities are are entirely wholly occupied territory by the last and you know I would say if that's how you know the left it's after that it's last piece of territory it's the way I feel about Cuba I'm not even sure I want to liberate Cuba I want to propose it should remain as museum of communism simply as a way to remind people of how absurd it was so there's a sort of a museum of sixties radicalism and I don't even know if it has a major effect on our kids I think it's watches over that decision static total from watching my son's passage through college but I remember his friends almost I mean it was almost they were almost amused by the ridiculousness the political correctness of the leftism of their professors I hope you're right I I I don't think he influence is greater than you think date but are you obviously we have the same attitude on talk to you about if it is there I think it wears off rather click on it then obviously throws the mortgage and ID cards yeah exactly but that's well fed Charles Krauthammer I'm speaking with and his book which is Bella top of the New York times bestseller list is things that matter and it's written in in a way that I'd love it's essays is is columns and they are under I'm Jim chest go with your money now the holiday shopping rush has begun but a lot of retailers are still adding seasonal workers an inmate historically low unemployment retailers have.

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"charles  krauthammer" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"charles krauthammer" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You are listening to the best of the Dennis Prager show everybody speaking with Charles Krauthammer the fox news of the Washington post syndicated columnist and one of the most important the thinkers in the country at this time it's a simple as that his a book is the things that matter and it is up at the Dennis Prager dot com so you're crazy about baseball's are correct well I'm fanatic I love the game and I enjoy are usually go weeknights right after special report that usually over at seven the ballpark is about seven minutes garage to garage so it's too tempting there's no way to turn it down six so I get there by the bottom of the first and your pleasure for two hours you know my definition of pure pleasure is where the mind is completely taken up by something that isn't disturbing yes I buy two seats if I go alone that said I do at all but I mean there's a lot of my powers go to the games to sell it operates like a coffee shop in there they're thinking about compensate with me for a couple of innings but I don't mind watching all the I know this sounds eccentric I don't mind watching the whole night any game all by myself because I really do like to watch and to and to see what they're doing if you've played as I did when I was younger you sort of he got a feel for what's going on in the field and what's the best C. to have mine and that is located where okay here's where you got to see if you guys had between home at first that's because most batters a right handed so you get the blocked if there's a left handed batter he got upset about half way I see it right where you don't see through the screen I don't like to watch through the screen behind home plate so I'm the last seat beyond which if you said closer to home plate you will be able to see without looking through a screen I have about twenty rows up I do you want do you know what pitch is been thrown at that seat I can't hell no you really have to be behind right exactly and isn't that we're I have never sat behind home plate but isn't that where the real may even what was it if I were to get out for the Kansas City Royals I'd be behind home plate with a jug guys if you were a scout for the Kansas City Royals you'd be without a job I mean let's be honest that's very no I I have sent a retired I've I've never once seen them and the giants game in San Francisco I was but I don't play with my son and you could really see the movement on the ball but on the other hand you're looking through the screen and what I like about the P. home first you have a nice overview of the field and you can you can judge of what out behind home plate somebody gets a pop up and I'm sure it's a three run home exactly so I I want to know that because I want to know where to sit so it's good that that's what your yet if you can have any seat you wanna twin Eddie rose he said again yeah okay the city I'll take it and use it right next to me between home and first I were right by the different dot so you can just reach back and grab you you're right by the what it's the kids ice cream yeah okay I will have some I don't know that that's a deal well I'm not I can't smoke my my I can't smoke mice Piper cigar there though yeah what do you think of that look I'm I'm generally a libertarian all this stuff but I've seen enough loans as a medical student and a doctor of smokers to think that I'm willing to bet libertarianism a little bit smoking is truly a scourge it will split but of cigarettes you have to make a distinction there isn't it although I mean there is a lot of Java cancer with cigars and with hi you don't get it in the long is because you don't have to handle it but you can still get it in the file he's speaking like a true doctor land I have never met anybody withdraw cancer my father's ninety five any still having a cigar Bogart died it's a pretty it's a pretty that what did you smoke I have he smokes cigarettes okay right my case rests.

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"charles  krauthammer" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

08:09 min | 3 years ago

"charles krauthammer" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"It is fundraising month at for a fragrant. You. And what is today the twenty eighth? So it ends this week. Obviously. Listen, if if you wanna fight we're fighters, there are three types of good people. There are fighters. Those who helped the fighters and those who do nothing. Please be one of those who helped the fighters. That's what I am. And that's what we are Prager you. And we do it very sophisticatedly with truth based rational, you realize the quality of presenters in our videos know, the late Charles Krauthammer made it made a video for four prime ministers who prize winners. We're very sophisticated organization. And we we we change minds. And each day. I have had a student at a high school or college Prager forest Prager forces the high school and college branch, we have thousands of members all over the world and talking to them. None of this is rehearsed. We never talked before. I have no idea what they'll answer. But there are a joy, I have Pammy. Then let's see your last name is Boulez is that correct Pammy? Yes. That's correct good. I b o u L A S and you're a sophomore at capital university in Columbus, Ohio. And how did you get the Prager force? One of my neighbors mentioned it to me. And I kind of did some more research on it. And I found the wait a Texan join so that's how I ended up. Joining actually heard about it from the neighbor. My second year of college is when I actually became a member. Are there any other Prager? I people at capital university. There are actually not any. I have a few friends who are conservatives who have been talking to you and try to encourage them to join. So hopefully, we'll have a few more. But as of right now, I'm the only one bless you for that. Do you? I love asking this. 'cause I always get a different response. And you don't even have to give it. Because there may be no nothing that comes to mind. But do you have any one two or three favourite videos that we've put out? Oh, yeah. Wait, hold on. You broke up for a sec you broke up for sex say it again. I bet. Wait a minute. We're having a bad connection. Sean. Do you have any idea? We should we should we recall Pammy? I think I think. It's a bad connection. Pammy? I feel terrible. Let's get let's get. Let's try just to call again. I am. Easy mode about this issue. I don't know if American cell phone companies are on the level of European or even Asian. I don't know. It's a question. But these these things shouldn't happen as often as they do. Anyway, are we are we calling Pammy back there in LA? Hello. You're working on it. Okay. That's fine. By the way. I just want to tell you folks that just had a real highlight here at the convention. Some of you may remember I broadcast broadcasted from Zambia. In in Africa. Quite a number of years ago. I went to volunteer to help some of the poorest people on earth. For thanksgiving in Zimbabwe, which is right on the border of Zambia. Broadcast from a church in Zambia and the and the pastor who's Julie one of the saints of the world just walked by. I got up gave him a big hug. Such war memories of him and his and his church. Okay. We're back with Pammy here. So Pammy ers asking if you have any favorite videos. Hi. Yeah. I would favorite is one that stuck. Magnasco really? Trinity and be most powerful people in America. I think those are my top three favorite. Oh, that's really good. Do you think am I you know, we we didn't speak before? And I always say just tell what you think don't don't keep an answer that you think I want. Do you believe that these videos can influence your peers? I definitely I definitely do. And I've heard stories of people being influenced by them. I personally like I haven't personally like changed. Anybody anybody's mind like with a Prager you video yet? But I do know that like for me, they're very helpful. When I'm getting ready to go to class. And I know we're to discuss the topic to be able to watch the video and be kind of prepared to know that like what the perfect you're saying isn't necessarily the full story of something. So I think that they're really helpful to Arkansas. And I think they help us to kind of get into class discussions, and like I'll use what I learned from videos to kind of an-and opposing view to my class. And I think that certainly like helped open up people's mind up for the fact that there is another side of the story. Roll that's pretty big as we know that it changes minds, but what you said is just as valuable if we could give intellectual ammunition to young people old people. That is as valuable as changing minds because our side doesn't know how to make the case. Yeah. And I I think it's really interesting actually like this happened to me yesterday. I was in a class where we were learning about like public investment, and like the teacher was essentially are essentially arguing that like the government investment, it's like better than the private sector and actually raised my hand to reference the Prager using on private sector versus public sector investment. And I actually asked her if we could be allowed to watch it in class. She said, no. But it definitely helped me to kind of make that case glass, and that use a lot of examples from the video, and I don't think I would have been asking if I had not had the opportunity to watch that before the classical. Okay. That is perfect. Thank you so much. I will continue. I want to tell you about the red zone, which is doing very well. I found. I met some of the representatives of reviews on here at the convention in Anaheim. And that is a very good sign. If a product is doing well on the show visit. This is not the Vance chemistry. It means people are buying it. And it's effective. 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"charles  krauthammer" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

07:16 min | 3 years ago

"charles krauthammer" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Daniel Krauthammer is our guest an independent writer and consultant and the editor of Charles Krauthammer work, the point of it all as summation of the various works of what percentage of his works wound up in this book. I'm guessing something like one or two percent. Yeah. I'd say that's probably about right? I think there is. Seventy or eighty pieces in here. And when I was when it fell to me to finish the book for him. I actually went back and reread eventually everything minded ever published to make sure that I I didn't miss anything and made sure all the the most perfect sets one in the book, and that was almost two thousand. Columns essays and speeches. So there's there's a whole lot more than what ended up in here. That's for sure. What was your criteria? What were your criteria in selecting that which went in something that was Representative or or pizzas that you thought were were stellar, even by your father standards? Yeah. Well, it was it was a combination because the collection was something that he had begun. And he had worked on for quite some time before his health crisis strike, and so most of the book and most of the choices he had already made. But there are still a lot of work to be done. A lot of gaps to be filled so to speak when he knew that he wouldn't be able to finish it himself and he entrusted to me. And that's essentially what I did all these last months since he passed, but my my my real goals were to. Just fill out the sections that he had started in there. As I mentioned that it covers so many topics and each store or categorized and grouped into different areas. I wanted to make sure that each of those were filled out what the best example, the most powerful and moving one of his work and wants to complimented each other both within these sections in between them. And Secondly, the tide all these sections together pieces that as I mentioned before really got to these deeper really in some ways eternal questions and questions really of human nature, and and both politics and in our personal lives and tied together. What on the surface, a very disparate and different topics talent together with what I think was very consistent and on campus philosophy. He brought to everything. So it was really making sure that that backbone that's fine of meaning held throughout the book and that all the pieces in it. We're both individually outstanding. But also made sure that collectively they add that unifying message and feeling as your father saw the the end approaching. Did he at all offer suggestions in ways he would like to be remembered thoughts for such a book is this? I mean what we're his his thoughts. Well, the last thing he said to me about the book actually was it's not worthy. Don't publish it. And so I. Promised him that I would follow that. And I took that. Incredibly seriously that oh, and so I put my whole heart and soul into making sure it was as good as it could possibly be and hit standards. And and something that I believe he would think is worthy. But he didn't he didn't talk about it a whole lot more than that, nor is or anything else. He was you know, really, not a focused person in general shroud, his whole life. He was always very outwardly focused on other people on its friends on new people. He met on ideas on history on astronomy, cosmology on the he was just so curious and interested and Matt carried over into every aspect of his life and his writing and his career. And I think that was very much true of him all the way to the end. He wasn't thinking about himself or how he would be remembered though, that's something that matters to me immensely, and I wanted to make sure I did everything I could with this book to preserve that legacy on page. One hundred thirty nine of the book the point of it all is a column that your father did the myth. Of settled science, and the leads off with the words, I repeat I am not a global warming believer. I am not a global warming denier. I've long believed that it cannot be good for humanity to be spewing. Tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. I also believe that those scientists who pretend to know exactly what this because in twenty thirty or fifty years are white coated propagandists. I thought that his is technical expertise coupled with his reasoning powers were particularly fine tuned in that column. Yeah. It's that column also comes in a section where he addresses a lot of scientific questions and medical ones actually that. I think comes from what I mentioned before his training as a doctor is training and empirical science and experimentation any really. I think that gave them both in appreciation for the scientific approach, but also an appreciation for its limitations. And he knew firsthand how many of medicines that were commonplace in his day. And medical knowledge have been completely turned upside down and replaced by new studies since and so he always had a very keen appreciation. I think for. For how little we know. And how much less we know than we think we do quite often. And so particularly when it came to making important decisions that have real life impact on people whether that's medicine or something like global warming and. An environmental policy, which has real world economic impact today based on as he met you read Harman's, quote projections of of modeling out atmospherics well into the future and the cost of those atmospherics on the potential costs of allaying those that environmental damage he was he was always eager. I would say to to knock down a few notches those who claim to be certain that they knew all of these details. Always. Take these things with a grain of salt, and and speak from what you know. And not assume that, you know, more than you really do we'll come back and talk some more with Daniel Krauthammer on the book of his father, and by his father the point of it all it is published by.

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"charles krauthammer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Daniel Krauthammer is our guest an independent writer and consultant and the editor of Charles Krauthammer work, the point of it all if summation of the various works, a what percentage of is works wound up in this book. I'm guessing something like one or two percent. Yeah. I'd say that's probably about right? I think there is. Seventy or eighty pieces in here. And when I was when it fell to me finish the book for him. I actually went back and reread essentially, everything my dad ever published to make sure that I I didn't miss anything and made sure all the the most perfect sets one in the book, and that was almost two thousand columns, essays and speeches. So there's there's a whole lot more than what ended up in here. That's for sure what was your criteria. What were your criteria in selecting that which went in something that was Representative or or pizzas that you thought were were stellar, even by your father standards? Yeah. Well, it was it was a combination because the collection was something that he had begun. And he had worked on for quite some time before his health crisis struck and so most of the book and most of the choices here already made. But there are still a lot of work to be done. A lot of gaps to be filled so to speak. When he knew that he wouldn't be able to finish it himself any entrusted to me. And that's essentially what I did all these last months since he passed, but my my my real goals were to. Just fill out the sections that he had started in there. As I mentioned that covers so many topics and each store are categorized and grouped into different areas. I wanted to make sure that each of those were filled out what the best example, the most powerful and moving one's of his work complemented each other both within the sections in between them. And Secondly, the tide all of these sections together pieces that I mentioned before really got to these deeper really in some ways eternal questions and questions really of human nature, and and both politics and in our personal lives and tied together. What on a service or a disparate in different topics together with what I think was very, consistent, and all encompassing philosophy. He brought to everything. So it was really making sure that that backbone spine of meaning held throughout the book and that all the pieces in it. We're both individually outstanding. But also made sure that collectively they had that unifying message and feeling as your father saw the the end approaching did he at all? Offer suggestions in ways he would like to be remembered thoughts for such a book is this. I mean what we're his his thoughts. One of the last thing he said to me about the book actually was it's not worthy. Don't publish it. And so I. Promised him that I would follow that. And I took that. Incredibly seriously that and so I put my whole heart and soul into making sure it was as good as it could possibly be and after his standards, and and something that I believe he would think is worthy. But he didn't he didn't talk about it. A whole lot more than that, nor is or anything else. He was, you know, really, not a focused person in general throughout his whole life was always very outwardly focused on other people on its friends on new people. He met on ideas of history on astronomy, cosmology on the e was just so curious and interested. And that carried over into every aspect of his life and his writing and his career. And I think that was very much true of him. All the way to the end. He wasn't. Thinking about himself for how he would be remembered. Oh, that's something that. Matters. To me immensely. I wanted to make sure I did everything I could with this book to preserve their luggage on page. One hundred thirty nine of the book, the point of it all is a column that your father did the myth of settled science, and the leads off with the words, I repeat I am not a global warming believer. I am not a global warming. Denier long believed that it can't be good for humanity to be spewing. Tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. I also believe that those scientists who pretend to know exactly what this because in twenty thirty or fifty years are white coated propagandists. I thought that his is technical expertise coupled with his reasoning powers were particularly fine tuned in that call them. Yeah. It's that column also comes in a section. Where he addresses a lot of scientific questions and medical one's actually a lot of it. I think comes from what I mentioned before his training as a doctor is training and empirical science and experimentation. Any really I think that gave them both an appreciation for the scientific approach also an appreciation for its limitations. And he knew firsthand how many of the medicines that were commonplace in his day. And medical knowledge have been completely turned upside down and replaced by new studies since and so he always had a very keen appreciation. I think for. For how little we know. And how much less we know than we think we do quite often. And so particularly when it came to making important decisions that have real life impact on people whether that's medicine or something like global warming and an environmental policy, which has real world economic impact today based on as he as you read from his quote projections of. Of modeling out atmospherics well into the future, and the cost of those atmospherics and the potential costs of allaying those that environmental damage he was he was always. Eager. I would say to to knock down a few notches those who claim to be certain that they knew all these details and always. Take these things with a grain of salt, and and speak from what you know. And not assume that, you know, more than you really do we'll come back and talk some more with data Krauthammer on the book of his father, and by his father the point of it all is published by.

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Talk 650 KSTE

07:30 min | 3 years ago

"charles krauthammer" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Six. Krauthammer as our guest, an independent writer and consultant and the editor of Charles Krauthammer work, the point of it all summation of the various works, a what percentage of his works wound up in this book. I'm guessing something like one or two percent. Yeah. I'd say that's probably about right? I think there is. About seventy or eighty pieces in here. And when I was when it fell to me to finish the book for him. I actually went back and reread essentially, everything my dad ever published to make sure that I I didn't miss anything and made sure all the the most perfect shifts one in the book, and that was almost two thousand columns, essays and speeches. So there's there's a whole lot more than what ended up in here. That's for sure what was your criteria. What were your criteria in selecting that which went in something that was Representative or or pizzas that you thought were were stellar, even by your father standards? Yeah. Well, it was it was a combination because the collection something that he had begun. And he had worked on for quite some time before his health crisis struck and so most of the book and most of the choices he had already made. But there are still a lot of work to be done. A lot of gaps to be filled so to speak. When he knew that he wouldn't be able to finish it himself any entrusted to me. And that's essentially what I did all these last months since he passed. But my I say, my my real goals were to fill out the sections that he had started in there as I mentioned that it covers so many topics and each store are categorized and grouped into different areas. I wanted to make sure that each of those were filled out with the best example, the most powerful and moving one's of his work and wants to complimented each other both within these sections in between them. And Secondly, the tide all of these sections together pieces that as I mentioned before really got to these deeper really in some ways eternal questions and questions really of human nature, and and both politics, and and our personal lives and tied together. What on a surface, a very disparate and different topics together with what I think was a very consistent and on campus and philosophy that he brought to everything. So it was really making sure that that backbone that spine of meaning held throughout the book and that all the pieces in it. We're both individually outstanding. But also made sure that collectively they add that unifying message and feeling. As your father saw the the end approaching. Did he at all offer suggestions in ways he would like to be remembered thoughts for such a book is this? I mean what we're his his thoughts. Well, the last thing he said to me about the book actually was if it's not worthy. Don't publish it. And so I. Promised him that I would follow that. And I took that incredibly seriously that oh, and so I put my whole heart and soul into making sure it was as good as it could possibly be and and up to hit standards. And and something that I believe he would think is worthy. But he didn't he didn't talk about it a whole lot more than that, nor has more anything else. He was you know, really, not a self-focused person in general throughout his whole life. He was always very outwardly focused on other people on its friends on new people. He met on ideas on history on astronomy, cosmology on he was just so curious and interested and Matt. Carried over into every aspect of his life and his writing and his career. And I think that was very much true of him. All the way to the end. He wasn't. Thinking about himself or how would be remembered though, that's something. That matters to me immensely, and I wanted to make sure I did everything I could with this book to preserve their legacy on page. One hundred thirty nine of the book, the point of it all is a column that your father did the myth of settled science, and the leads off with the words, I repeat I am not a global warming believer. I'm not a global warming denier. I've long believed that it cannot be good for humanity to be spewing. Tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. I also believe that those scientists super tend to know exactly what this because twenty thirty or fifty years are white coated propagandists. I thought that his his technical expertise coupled with his reasoning powers were particularly fine tuned in that column. Yeah. It's that column also comes in a section where he addresses a lot of scientific questions and medical one's actually a lot of that. I think comes from what I mentioned before his training as a doctor is training and empirical science and experimentation any really, you know, I think that gave him both an appreciation for a scientific approach, but also an appreciation for its limitations. And he knew firsthand how many of the medicines that were commonplace in his day. And I'm a medical knowledge have been completely turned upside down and replaced by new studies since and so he always had a a very keen preciado. I think for for how little we know and how much less we know than we think we do quite often. And so particularly when it came to making important decisions that have real life impact on people whether. That's medicine or something like global warming and an environmental policy, which has real world economic impact today based on as he met you read harm his quote projections of of modeling out atmospherics well into the future, and the cost of those atmospherics, and the the potential costs of allaying those that environmental damage he was he was always eager. I would say to to knock down a few notches those who claim to be certain that they knew all these details and to always. Take these things with a grain of salt, and and speak from what you know. And not assume that, you know, more than you really do we'll come back and talk some more with Daniel Krauthammer on the book of his father, and by his father the point of it all it is published by crown forum. More details about the book at Charles, Krauthammer dot com. C H A R L E S K R A T H A M M E, R dot com. One eight six six five O, JIMBO back in a moment. It.

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"charles  krauthammer" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

12:59 min | 3 years ago

"charles krauthammer" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"It's a pretty good line of work. I have to sit on your can and flap your gums, and in the process, you get to meet some truly fascinating individuals one of the people at the very top of my fascinating list would have to be the late Charles Krauthammer. One of the great columnists and commentators of our time. We are so sorry that he is passing came much earlier than we would have preferred his his wisdom while deep certainly had not been tapped. And there was much more that we could have learned some of the things that he had to say, however is out there available now in a new book the point of it all a lifetime of great. Loves and endeavors, this is by Charles Krauthammer. But edited by his son, Daniel Krauthammer, and you can learn by the way, more about this at the website, Charles Krauthammer dot com, and we'll spell that for you. But later on Daniel thank you for being with us. Thanks so much for having me. Jim. It's good to be with you. Good to have you aboard. I'm sure these were very tough holidays this past year for you. They were. Yeah. Stress for quite some time. But thank you. Appreciate it. Your father's last days. Tell us a little bit not deprived. But just out of curiosity. There was also a hard time. But. You've been in the hospital for quite some time ten months, actually, and I was with him as my mother the whole time. But as difficult as it was I'm very grateful that we had that time at the end because not everyone has that chance to spend. Every moment and get that every chance they have to. I'm just fulfill that time together what was your father really like as a person? I certainly am not one of those who could claim to know that I knew him strictly in a professional setting. You would would talk about something. I would interview him. And that was the extent of it. I didn't know a guy who said please pass the salt or what are you doing Saturday? This kind of thing tell us about the human side of Charles Krauthammer. Yeah. Well, you know to me he was my dad, and that's always the most important thing and still is. And you know, it's. A lot of people have asked me in these recent weeks. I've been speaking about him and his book. Question like yours, and I think. You know, one of the things that's coming to mind of what you know. So many people were familiar with him from his writing from seeing on TV what wasn't seeing there. And I think a lot of Embiid come through is intelligence, obviously. And a lot of his wit and dry. Ironic sensibility. But I think just a lot of the the his fun loving nature. Maybe just didn't really have time to come through. And you only have a few minutes here and there on TV. And he really just enjoyed life to the fullest. And and lived at holy incompletely. Any really loved all the little. Small joys of life. You need to love going and ballgames putting up on hot dogs and. You know, put them in front of Gumbo machine. And he would put a quarter in every time and take one. That was one of his favorite things was gone bald. But, you know, going on long car trips and boardwalks rinky-dink each towns that kind of thing, so he just you really appreciated everything especially a lot of the small things and didn't let. The little drawbacks in life. Get in the way was he a jokester a prankster at all. I wouldn't say prankster, but but definitely a jokester. He loved you know, he loves. Delivering a dry sarcastic line and just having fun quoting movie lines as one of his favorite things, we were both huge movie buffs that was definitely one of our favorite things to bond over. But he would he would often just quotas favorite movie lines in context that made a lot of sense to him and me I got most of his references. But often nobody else would have any idea what he was talking about. There are people adjoin across in my line of work who are intimidating some by design. That's how they get their way in life and others. I think just sort of as if you will a a side effect, if you will collateral damage, your father, I certainly found one of those intimidating just in so far as I was aware of the depth of his knowledge and understanding which is to say that my knees knocked as I as I interviewed him. But I always had the feeling that that you should really be on your toes. Here because I didn't want to look like a fool out that he would have tried to make me look like one. But it's just a in the presence of of that much intellect. I think it's it's incumbent on the other half of the conversation to try and hold up there in did did your father ever reflect on the fact that there were those who found him intimidating. Not really. And I think, you know, it's certainly something like that. I've heard over the years, and of course, you know, to me again, he's dead in that idea. Always surprise me. Because it never you never came across or felt that way to me. But I understand exactly what you're saying. Because he just he just knew so much any new thought any new. Out of present his arguments. So well, and he most often knew what you were going to argue too before you said, it could probably better than you could. And so I think you know, a lot of people had that feeling of they should be on their game Julius. They're gonna engage in in some kind of political. At I had with him. So it's something that that makes sense to me. And you know, I think as you say it was just kind of part and parcel of who he was and how. Thoughtful, and and considered he was and what he said, but I don't think it was really part of his personality in and of itself at all. In fact. I think he when when he wasn't his job to be doing it. He didn't. He actually I think avoided political debates whenever he could because he knew would much rather. Talked about the last score of the game from last night or what new movie you've seen. So I should have gotten a Gigot ESPN. Yeah. No. I mean, he often joked about, you know, maybe, you know, maybe after all this is done. You know, it'll go. You know, go up to the commentators box in that stadium. And I have to ask did you ever see him ever? See your father, and George will talk baseball. Oh, yeah. Yeah. A whole lot of my. Childhood growing up. They did a lot of their conversations and lunches on their own. But I definitely sat in on quite a few of those and football to every once in a while. But it was about ninety nine percent baseball. I I felt that the the intimidation, and I agree with your father had been someone who was was sparring with that would have certainly heightened thing by a factor of ten I suppose, how did he? Develop his viewpoints. I if you will did he ever talk with you about that in terms of just what factors in this world made him feel the way he did. Well, I think most of all. History was how he. Performed so much of the basis of what he looked at and how he saw the world, and he had a very broad and deep sense of history more than than most people in his line of work. I think and it gave him a huge fact-based drawn when he was also I think how he came in his conclusions. Yeah, he was a doctor before he went into politics and writing, and he often said that he appreciated that training was doctor for almost ten years in that would really train him in the scientific method of, you know, looking at the empirical evidence of of looking at experimentation and trials and seeing what worked and being open to that evidence. And in the political context, I think he saw history as the closest thing that we get to impair eleven of how things work, and what doesn't what doesn't. And I think he was. Always reading all he always loved reading history books and reading the news constantly in terms of kind of current history as it's happening, and I think. You know, I don't think he had a step by step process so much as just absorbing as much as he possibly could and seeing the patterns and drawing conclusions from that did he ever rage against the limitations of the wheelchair. He was a person of of such striking presence that I think that usually you forgot about that being around him. He was just Charles Krauthammer. But I mean, obviously there he was and his mobility was greatly restricted did it, despite what appears to be a very philosophical approach to live to the ever feel bitter about the circumstances that put him there. No. Very simple easy answer to that not a single time in my whole life. Did I hear him say anything like that? And for those of your listeners don't know yet an accident when he was a young man that left him in a wheelchair. But yeah, as you said, it was not something that actually even a lot of people who watched him realized because it's something that he decided not to let define his life or to chart its course. And he didn't hide it but didn't make a big deal of it either. And I mean in large part, he just didn't make a big deal himself in any way. That was only one small part of it. But I think you know, the example he lived was a. A very remarkable one not for just that particular now limitation. He had just for how everyone has something that they deal with and the most profound thing, I think we're one of the most Brown things. I heard him say about this. And he didn't talk about it a lot publicly was in an interview that I actually only discovered after he passed, but when asked about this he said, basically, and I'm paraphrasing, but he said, look, everyone has their cross to bear everyone. Some of those crosses are more visible, some are not so visible. Some are just burns carry on the inside. Now that no one else knows about. But everyone has something everyone has burdens that they carry swings and arrows, a fate that life stirs their way, and you know, the real key to life is not to be defined by those things and arrows not to have. Your course. Charter for you by the outside, but to overcome what life throws your way to define your, own course to choose your own path and to make your life while you want it to be, and I think that example, but he lives completely fully, but without any fanfare or drawing any attention to it wasn't incredibly powerful and meaningful one for obviously for me. But I know for so many people who have reached out and spoken to me about this as well. Democrat hammer is our guest he is an independent writer and consultant based in San Francisco and Washington DC is primary. Professional background is in economic consulting and analysis. He's worked for various government and non governmental organizations and focused on economic making. He holds degrees from Harvard. Oxford and Stanford and his work has appeared in the weekly standard national review, and the new Republic now he has ended this collection of the works of his father the point of it all we'll come back talk some more about what is contained within the pages of this crown forum publication, our number one.

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07:12 min | 3 years ago

"charles krauthammer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Our guest an independent writer and consultant and the editor of Charles Krauthammer work, the point of it all if summation of the various works, a what percentage of his works wound up in this book. I'm guessing something like one or two percent. Yeah. I'd say that's probably about right? I think there is. About seventy or eighty pieces in here. And when I was when it fell to me to finish the book for him. I actually went back and reread essentially, everything my dad ever published to make sure that I I didn't miss anything and made sure all the the most perfect fifths one in the book, and that was almost two thousand. Columns essays and speeches. So there's there's a whole lot more than what ended up in here. That's for sure what was your criteria. What were your criteria in selecting that which went in something that was Representative or or pizzas that you thought were were stellar, even by your father standards? Yeah. Well, it was it was a combination because the collection of something that he had begun. And he had worked on for quite some time before his health crisis struck and so most of the book and most of the choices he had already made. But there are still a lot of work to be done. A lot of gaps to be filled so to speak. When he knew that he wouldn't be able to finish it himself and he entrusted to me. And that's essentially what I did all these last months since he passed, but my my my real goals were to. Just fill out the sections that he had started in there. As I mentioned that the covers so many topics and each store are categorized and grouped into different areas. I wanted to make sure that each of those were filled out with the best examples the most powerful and moving one's of his work and wants to complimented each other both within these sections in between them. And Secondly, the tide all these sections together pieces that as I mentioned before really got to these deeper really in some ways eternal questions and questions really of human nature, and and both politics and in our personal lives and tied together. What on the surface, a very disparate in different topics together with what I think was a very consistent on campus in philosophy that he brought to everything. So it was really making sure that that backbone that's spine of meaning held throughout the book and that all the pieces in it. We're both individually outstanding. But also made sure that collectively they had that unifying message and feeling. As your father saw the the end approaching. Did he at all offer suggestions in ways he would like to be remembered thoughts for such a book as this? I mean what we're his his thoughts. Well, the last thing he said to me about the book actually was if it's not worthy. Don't publish it. And so I. Promised him that I would follow that. And I took that. Incredibly seriously that and so I put my whole heart and soul into making sure it was as good as it could possibly be and and up to hit standards. And and something that I believe he would think is worthy. But he didn't he didn't talk about it. A whole lot more than that, nor has more anything else. He was you know, really not a focused person in general throughout his whole life. He was always very outwardly focused on other people on its friends on new people. He met on ideas on history on astronomy, cosmology on he was just so curious and interested. And that carried over into every aspect of his life and his writing and his career. And I think that was very much true of him. All the way to the end. He wasn't. Thinking about himself or how he would be remembered though, that's something that matters to me, mentally, and I wanted to make sure that everything I could with this book to preserve that legacy on page. One hundred thirty nine of the book, the point of it all is a column that your father did the myth of settled science, and the leads off with the words, I repeat I am not a global warming believer. I am not a global warming denier. I've long believed that it cannot be good for humanity to be spewing. Tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. I also believe that those scientists who pretend to know exactly what this because in twenty thirty or fifty years are white coated propagandists. I thought that his his technical expertise coupled with his reasoning powers were particularly fine tuned in that column. Yeah. It's that column. Also comes in a section. Where he addresses a lot of scientific questions and medical one's actually a lotta that. I think comes from what I mentioned before his training as a doctor is training and empirical science and experimentation any really, you know, I think that gave them both an appreciation for the scientific approach, but also an appreciation for its limitations. And he knew firsthand how many of medicines that were commonplace in his day. And I'm a medical knowledge have been completely turned upside down and replaced by new studies since and so he always had a very keen appreciation. I think for for how little we know and how much less we know than we think we do quite often. And so particularly when it came to making important decisions that have real life impact on people whether that's medicine or something like global warming and. An environmental policy which has real world economic impacts today based on as he as you read from his quote projections of. Of modeling out atmospherics well into the future, and the cost of those atmospherics and the potential costs of allaying those that environmental damage he was he was always eager. I would say to to knock down a few notches those who claim to be certain that they knew all of these details and to always. Take these things with a grain of salt, and and speak from what you know. And not assume that, you know, more than you really do we'll come back and talk some more with Daniel Krauthammer on the book of his father, and by his father the point of it all it is published by.

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"Charles Krauthammer dot com. Okay. Charles. Really? About the book they could want and more information on my dad's life, Charles merit hammer dot com. Thank you, sir. You've got America's First News. All the news, you need America's First News will be right back. Hi, folks. It's the holiday season with hoping the air things to look forward to no time for despair health can be a challenge, and so can the mail so get t wants to help you by giving you a sale by two months of super tea and get one month for free. No limit. That's by two months of super tea and get one month free. That's a savings of thirty five bucks where get the tea dot com. That's get the tea dot com. Scroll down on the front page and find a bike you. Get one free ad click and save orders over one hundred dollars get free shipping. Send the gift of life change, T dot com. We have many many non GMO organic supplements. Just waiting for you this holiday season. Enjoy health and thanksgiving with get the tea dot com. Wanna call us nine two eight three zero eight zero four zero eight that's nine two eight three. Zero eight zero four zero eight get the tea dot com is a proud sponsor of doing. What's right? That's get the tea dot com. Would you like to get back at full head of hair from years past introducing reveal from Jesse and life dot com. Beverly Hills dermatologist Dr Nathan Newman, invented reveal which contains poly peptides with natural botanical, and no parabens sulfates silicones are dis for a salon quality hair growth product reveal. Here's dr. Treat a lot of patients who lose their hair, and they lose their confidence. We've created a unique set of poly peptides, which we call HP..

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"charles krauthammer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Good Tuesday morning. America's First News continues on this fifteen day. Be new this morning. Expect another confirmation fight when President Trump's nominee for attorney general takes the stand and today the nominee clients, tell senators that President Trump did not seek any assurances or promises before nominating him that according to William bars prepared testimony. Democrats have raised concerns about comments bar made in the past about Robert Muller's Russia probe including an unsolicited memo. Criticizing Muller's inquiry into whether President Trump sought to obstruct Justice bar said that Trump's sought no assurances promises or commitments from me or any kind of any kind of other express or implied. He says he has not given him any. Well, what made Charles Krauthammer, the most celebrated American columnist and political thinker of his generation. Let's bring in our guest this morning. He joins us via telephone is Charles Krauthammer, son, Daniel Krauthammer, Daniel, thank you for joining us here on America's First News move. Thanks very much fantastic. Book out right now. You are the editor of the point of it. All a lifetime of great loves and endeavors. This book about your father had contains a lot of speeches and Steph we didn't necessarily essays that we didn't get to see talk about the book a little bit. And what can we expect from it? Yeah. It's a collection of his columns essays speeches, and as you mentioned a lot of never before published writings from.

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"charles  krauthammer" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"charles krauthammer" Discussed on The Editors

"And one of the terrific writers that Charlie has kind of ushered into the site was just saying that look there's actually a lot of room for a green -ment between the some of the kind of Carlson esque national populists and also some of those kind of more free market cosmopolitan moderate, bent, when it comes to kind of rethinking how we think about our policy agenda going forward. We all want a dynamic market economy. I hope at least, but that's why we need to pay attention to its moral and social foundation, David French. Yes. So I loved any McCarthy's piece called Trump keeps giving Muller reasons to pursue the collusion probe because I thought it was a really welcome wakeup call from an unimpeachable source. Somebody who's looked at this closer looked at this. The entire Muller investigation in the the law and the facts surrounding it as closer closer than anybody in the United States and said, hey, wait a minute there lotteries in skies that Muller has to pursue this probe, particularly the collusion aspects of the probe and some of those reasons have been provided by Trump himself. And I think it was just it was a welcome break from. In done in that that Andy style where he's just going to take the law. He's gonna look at the law in detail. He's going to look at the facts in detail and connect the dots. And it was a bracing piece. And and I think it was also important for him to point out how outrageous Trump's comments were regarding Russia's are the Soviet Union's invasion of Afghanistan. So it was a great piece typical Andy McCarthy precision and knowledge, and I recommend it to everybody. So as very pleased to publish in the new issue a piece by the late Charles Krauthammer, one of the few never published four pieces that appears in his new anthology the point of all of it all edited lovingly by his son, Daniel Krauthammer, and the sad truth is that when it comes to most of us commentators in Chatters when we are gone. No one's gonna sit around wondering what we've thought or. Would have said about anything that is not true of Charles Krauthammer, and one symptom of that is that his book debuted at number two on the New York Times bestseller lists. So that's it for us. You've been listening to a national you podcast. Any rebroadcast re transmission or account this game without the express. Written permission of national review magazine is strictly prohibited. This podcast has been produced by the incomparable, Sarah Schutte who makes us sound better than we deserve. Thank you. David. Thank you, Charlie. Thank you. Ryan. Thanks to all of you for listening. We are the editors and see you..

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"charles  krauthammer" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

11:46 min | 3 years ago

"charles krauthammer" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Dr Alfred Benatti, so we have Charles Krauthammer. Well, actually, Charles Krauthammer was one of America's preeminent political commentators before his passing last summer and joining us right now to discuss a collection of his final writings is his son Daniel Krauthammer, and he's also the editor of the point of it all a lifetime of great loves and endeavors, thank you for being here with us. Daniel thank you for having me. It's great to be on with you. Yeah. Now, of course, you're father for those that don't know incredible man, huge political commentator. He was on Fox News all the time as well as a Pulitzer prize winning columnist and writer in his own, right? But the Washington Post all along being considered a conservative voice for the most part. Your father had no issue taking on his own side with you know, his his own logic is a psychiatrist and things like that. What do you think? And what did he think before his passing last year of sort of the state of the country? Yeah. Well, as you mentioned he he had the conservative political philosophy. So generally ended up on that side of affairs. But as you said, you never really knew where he was gonna come out argument because he didn't pre-decided based on what party or what politician was supposed to support her. What team he was on? He was very much had some core philosophical principles. He stuck to would argue out logically right to the endpoint wherever the chips may fall. And I think that's the reason that so many people respected him across style. And look to his voice. And I think you know, he had certainly the frustrations. I'm sure you, and I and all of us have with sometimes what the the state of political debate seems to be in the country, but my father had that too. But I think he he was always a true optimist. He was very realistic about the state of affairs and politics, always. But he also had a real faith that the American system was the best man had ever devised, and that we had all the tools, and and all the infrastructure to to correct, whatever mistakes we made and to find our way so his faith in that actually always gives me hope when I'm feeling a little down or morose about the state of things. I love the fact that he started off as a democrat. And then he transitioned Republican happens a lot with people the older, they get the more conservative. They become you know. But I thought it was amazing because. He's well versed on both sides, and he can really point out the pitfalls of each party. Yeah. No. He said he started his career working as a speechwriter for Walter Mondale actually in the Carter administration, and he always described himself and this used to joke when people would ask how you go from working for Walter Mondale to Fox News, and he would say well when I was young ones. To your point. But but really he, you know, if you look back at what he wrote, and I did actually putting the book together. I was reading Collins it his all the way back to the eighties is stance on foreign policy really stood absolutely consistent all throughout those years. And it was really the parties that moved more than he did shared on domestic policy, which is where he did move more. It was really as he explained it him looking at the evidence. And as you said it training as a doctor trained him to if the medicine is hurting the patient, you stop the medicine, and he saw the social science evidence coming in on a lot of these great society programs. He decided that they were doing more harm than good. And that limited government is actually more helpful. But as you say, I think that evolution that both having a deep philosophical principles you stick to and also being open to empirical evidence is I think a combination we should all strive for and having seen kind of both sides of the political spectrum as you mentioned, he really had a sense of how to argue someone on the other side, and he always said he wanted to start with someone else's assumptions, and and use those to leave the other side to his own conclusion and not to kind of just yell at the other side. Which is I think valley what we see a little too often today, but to try to lead someone logically to your point of view from their starting point. Well, and again, he's at least from my perspective is someone who. Fairly recently in the past ten years got into sort of more of the the politics following what's going on politics. I tend to think of your father more as you know, the the guy you see on Fox News. You know, the face the Charles Krauthammer on TV, but he was an incredible writer. So what's what's in this? Last this latest book the point of it all and what can be found for people that want to read this. It's a it's a collection. But there's new things is right. Yeah. Exactly. So do you mentioned a lot of people just knew him from TV? But I mean, he was writing comes from us four decades that was really the his prime vocation as he saw it. I think and the book as you mentioned, it's a collection of his columns essays speeches and quite a lot of never before published works from recent years, but all throughout his career all the way back almost four decades. And he had been putting this together himself before. He became ill. And he left it to me to finish for him. When he knew he wouldn't be able to finish it himself. And it really covers the whole gamut of everything he wrote and cared about from politics and world history and political philosophy. What you'd kind of expect all the way to is a fun, pastime passions like baseball and chest and movies, and to a lot of deeply personal things about his friendships about what family meant to him his own life and career and really his own philosophy of life. So to speak of how to live a full and meaningful and satisfying life, and they're all really as disparate as they seem. They're all unified. I think by his philosophy. And that's something. I tried very hard to make sure it came through in the book. And I think does and it conveys a really powerful message. Whatever your particular interest may be either reading parts of it or all together. I think it conveys an incredible outlook on life. Life and really stimulates your thinking. And and as a wonderful read his his life story. Was just unbelievable when you see what he went through, and what he was up against and how he persevered, and then all of a sudden he gets cancer, and he became very silent at Welker those last ten months like for you for him and the rest of the family. Well, it was very difficult. He was in the hospital and months, I was with him. As was my mother by side that whole time it was very difficult. But at the same time, I'm very glad we had that time together because not everyone does at the end. And you know, as you mentioned he dealt with a lot of things in his life. He had an injury when he was a young man left have been a wheelchair. But with as with that and has with at the end, he you really lived life in a way that you don't let that defined you. He never made any of those things be hind him be what people thought about when they look to him. That's why he had never talked about himself a ton of you didn't he didn't want that to be the focus. The focus is what you do in life. What you what you overcome? Now what happens to you and charting your own path and making your life. What you want it to be? And that's something that you didn't talk about a lot. Because again, he didn't. Really wanna make a big deal of himself. He just kinda did it, but he did speak about it. And write about it a few times in his life. And those are some of the most important and meaningful passages for me in the book, actually when he speaks about those things, and and how he lived his life. And the example, he said, obviously was incredibly powerful one for me. But I know it was for so many other people who watched and read him, and it's one of the reasons I was so glad and and it was sort of waiting to be able to put this together. So that people could have it and to have that meeting continue for them is there one particular passage, you might share with us. Well, there was one that I believe I yeah. I quote in the book actually an interview he gave when he was asked about this about the accident. He had and if that changed the course of his life or anything he said something that I actually hadn't heard that until after his passing I hadn't seen this interview. But he said, look everyone has their cross to bear in life. Everyone some of those crosses are more visible. And some are not some are invisible. They're just burdens carried on the inside that no one else ever knows about. But everyone has something that they deal with in life some huge challenge. It's slings and arrows of faith that life throws their way. But you know, life isn't about being defined by those outside forces by having your path shaped by someone else or something else. It's shaping your own path. It's overcoming whatever might be thrown at you. And being glad everything that you do have and. Charting your path as you want it to be making your life as he wrote actually in his last column, which is in the book living the life that he intended and that wasn't incredibly powerful message to me, and I noticed so many others who responded incredibly to what he wrote. And and I know it's given strikes to a lot of people around an uplifting. Daniel, obviously, people can get the book anywhere. I went into Barnes and noble over over the sorta holiday break, and there was a huge stand right there. And I thought yeah, we're going to talk to Daniel and next week. So he can get it everywhere. But you also have your own website too as well. Right. Yes. Yeah. It's in stores everywhere. But anyone who's interested? I would point them to my father's website, Charles Krauthammer dot com, and that has links to everywhere you want to buy it online and off and also a lot of other resources about his life and writings and archives and tributes written to him. So Charles, Krauthammer dot com is where at point. Anyone who's interested? Thank you so much for being on the show discussing the collection of your father's a final writings, Daniel Krauthammer, editor of the point of it all a lifetime of great loves and endeavors, thank you for being on the program. Thanks for sharing. Daniel. Thank you for having me have a great one take care Bye-bye. Such an amazing father just to grow up with someone that had such a great outlook on life. No matter. What the challenge? Yeah. Well, being a psychiatrist as I mentioned, he's very logical. So he's one of these guys right or left side of his normal opinion would be he can look at it logically like, well, I can see some flaws here. This is also wrong. If you blindly just follow one point of view. Dot can be very damaging. Absolutely. Well, thank you for listening to American medicine today. Stay tuned because up next I believe we're going to talk about Trump's triumphs. 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"charles  krauthammer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

10:22 min | 3 years ago

"charles krauthammer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Debbie. Yeah. What's that? I was watching this afternoon wasn't really paying close attention to be some taking these lozenges. And once again after a trip looks like he's coming down sick. He's every single trip. You go to every time. Back sick. The airlines are filled with disease who can forget the Cambodian cough, which knocked him out. One time hits your head against something. I slammed my head into my ipad out coughing. So because I was coughing so hard my arm jerked up ipad, hit me right in the forehead. And that was it went straight down. Now, we're going to have the Italian. Yeah. Wave of don't you prepare? Don't you take emergency or school? I want to wear us Peres peril. Every time. I see somebody wearing a mask look like a buffet. No. But you are a candidate for now. I now I just I just shouldn't be on airplanes. Airplanes are disgusting. Maybe you just need to wash your hands more. You know, when you're touching things on the plane, and then you're eating your sandwich or your burger. That's how you get tone. Have your phobia? Well, maybe I'm not afraid of germs. I don't get sick. When I go on trips because I take precautions not gonna spend my day like all the obsessive compulsive here with their stupid Parral, and they've got all kinds of white bees. And they're constantly wiping everything down. And I'm gonna come in and out. Anyway, you take those airborne things over they are like those coldeze they work. No, I meant Deborah because. Well, yes. Yes. I have done that. Or I take emergency emergency. That's right. The little powdery packages yet. Yeah. That stuff works. I'm telling you knock on wood. I'm not going to get yourself down with disinfectant. I do. So here's the rundown for Google twenty eighteen there was I guess a total of five winners is what we're getting here. Yes. And there was one person who went three for three listener, Charlie. That's not first place, though, got Charles Krauthammer. John McCain, and George H W Bush. That's a three for three. But on a point system. That's pretty low. Yeah. Cain was in his eighties Bush's nineties and Charles Krauthammer. Of course at a lot of problem wasn't he? United the age of sixty eight. Paralyze wasn't he to he's paralyzed since he was in his twenties. He had cancer the cancer were killed him. In didn't know that at the age of sixty eight I think so that person Charlie is one of the people do get a one hundred dollar gift card to Morton's. We have these every year Morton's. Of course. Sorry, Debbie, delicious, steaks pasta, though that one time when I was hanging with you guys. You did you found something did they have broccoli and asparagus. Spears? See? Are gonna announce the winners. Yes. The winners while the winner of Google pull twenty eighteen is a listener by the name of Ron Ron who got two out of three correct? But on the point system is the winner because one of them was Mark sailing who died much earlier in two thousand eighteen and we knew by middle of the year that if a thirty five year old takes his own life, and he was an actor who starred on the television show glee. He played puck that probably that was going to end up being the winner for the year because that's pretty young. He also got George H W Bush and that put him over the top over Allie. Allie came in second place. She just had Mark Sally, but not by much because what would you give George H W Bush. That's about a half point Lynn there, but he wins. He also wins a hundred dollar gift cards sodas listener alley who was here. Available to talk. Alley. How are you? Hi, John and Ken. I'm doing great. How are you? Congratulations. You got second place, and you got a gift card hundred dollars to go to Morton's RPM. Yeah. You know, year ago depict mor- excelling. No, I it was probably luck. I think it was probably something in the news with his. Upcoming trial. Or I don't know. I figured you figure at a guy on child porn charges. There's only two outcomes and it's bad either. He kills himself or somebody kills him in prison. Exactly. Yeah. Exactly. No. That was that was good calculation. The only thing that surprised me about that is I thought he was gonna OD. I didn't think he was gonna himself. Oh, yeah. Took the exit. That's a different context. Guess how somebody's going to kill themselves in the Google move. So you also picked Andy dick and Harvey Weinstein, which they did not die. So therefore, you only had the one, but it's good enough for second place and also one hundred dollar gift card to Morton was Weinstein. Roy was mine Steiner rooting pick trying to was I didn't think he would kill himself. But I thought maybe he would have a heart attack all the distress just knock them down. And he's not old either. That would have been a good pick for points. Same with the Andy, dick. He's not that old. So is your name really alley cat. No. Thank is calling you that for purposes of the show. All right Allie. Congratulations. All right. Thank you. So work does they will reach out to you and send you your gift card you go into the Google pool. Hall of fame. All right. Thank you. All right. Here's alex. She'll be ordering one big fat steak, Debbie. Sorry. The good for her. Here's some other things to tell you about cool pool. Twenty eighteen the most popular pick for somebody who passed away was George H W Bush clearly even a year ago at many health problems been hospitalized a couple of times, and he did die. Just a couple of months ago at the age of ninety four one hundred and thirty-three people put George H W Bush and their Google pool. John McCain was second at one hundred and four and Barbara Bush only had three picks. She was ninety two ninety two and George Bush was ninety four and I guess he got like forty times a forty times the selections that Barbara Bush did. Yeah. I mean, there were probably many other picks above George Hw. But they the person didn't die like every year people are submitting Kirk Douglas Olivia to have they will go still here. She's one hundred and two she was a movie actress famous one from the nineteen forties. Fact, she's involved with a lawsuit. No, I know about it. So special that they did on Bette Davis. Enter a feud with Joan Crawford during their years together as actresses, and apparently she did not like the way she was depicted in that miniseries and she sued over a hundred and two and she's in a lawsuit. She's appealing. Yeah. Saw that. And I read 'cause I discussed this with my family. She lives in Paris. I don't know how active she is as one hundred and two, but she lives in Paris active enough, but she's still suing over over that depiction of her of her in that mini series. He's so remember go pull twenty some people. Never, relax. The one hundred two. Who even saw the mini series? I did oh I did too. And it's very good. I don't know why. I watched one episode. And I thought it was kind of his going on is the acting was amazing was pretty good. Who was that that played the it was oh, what's her name the blunt? Jessica Lang Lang played one of them and Susan Sarandon serandon Betty Davis. I'll catch up on that. Because. When we come back. We'll be taking your Google twenty nineteen picks. Now, if you don't get through don't worry about it. You can use the website the webpage KFI AM six forty dot com. The John and Ken page has a link for you to submit your twenty nineteen picks, and you have to do it this hour, you could do it tonight tomorrow. Even in a few days, we have about a one week window in which to send in your Google pool. Picks. Remember, it is a point system which played into the results for Gopal twenty eighteen clearly marked sailing at the age of thirty five was very upset the pick six or seven points right away. Those people are up don't know if that will happen again in two thousand nineteen so go to the website submit your picks. Again, anyone who dies during this one week window and believe it or not somebody emailed to try to tell us that we know that it's been a rule since what nineteen Ninety-four with sunny ninety eight Sonny Bono ninety eight. Okay. And Sonny Bono hit the tree. Tree while skiing. So we know about the one week window because apparently been a few big death announced today. Oh, yeah. Super Dave Osborne. Endow. Daryl dragon, a captain and Gerald. They're all seventy they all were seventy six. Yeah. No. Yeah. Well, that's close to the average life expectancy for a male. Right. Yeah. Think it's about seventy eight for me. All right. So again, call one eight hundred five two zero one five three four we'll take your picks live on the air this hour. John and Ken show KFI. Debra Mark has news man has been arrested for trying to kill his grandmother in San Bernardino. The eighty five year old woman was stabbed Sunday night while she slept. The man's mom tried to stop the attack on her mother and got hurt in the process. Cindy, Crawford's nineteen year old son has been arrested on suspicion of DUI Presley Gerber dot popped early Sunday in Beverly Hills. He got pulled over for speeding in his tesla. Kanye west has reportedly backed out of a headlining gig at Coachella two thousand nineteen over a stage designed dispute organizers will build a standard. Sixty by forty foot stage, but the rapper has said, that's too artistically. Limiting he wanted to stage that moves out over the crowd. Trouble on the four zero five, and we will check in with the KFI in the sky next. We came looking for real Maine winter. We found it. We were headed to the lodge. The fire really the only thing I wanted was some hot.

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"charles  krauthammer" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"charles krauthammer" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"You say this had nothing to do with the campaign. I was gonna win. Anyway, people didn't care about this. We already have the access Hollywood thing. People know what can I am? I didn't want my wife to know, which has nothing to do with the campaign. This is about keeping my marriage together. I didn't want my wife to know about this. So I paid the money. I didn't care what everybody else thought because they're gonna let me anyway. And he's right about that. And you can make a case for all the things that Donald Trump has done been accused of everything else, including the access Hollywood thing and say, hey, that didn't have any effect on me people knew where they were getting. And we all did by the way. I'm not proud of it. But the alternative was Hillary. And that's what I said during the campaign leading up to the election people say well, Trump, did this Trump do the not let me stop you right there. He's not Hillary and they're going to walk. He's not Hillary. I'm just saying and you and now the people on the left are going. Well, how can you say that? Well, let me tell you say that. Because now James Komi is out there saying we need to make sure that Trump is not reelected at any cost everybody spare no expense. We need to be. Well, it doesn't matter who they put in front of Trump again up against them James comb is going to vote for him because he doesn't want Trump. So he's exactly like I was but in reverse you, see. Now, it's not that. I didn't like Trump. I knew what we were getting. I thought he could do what he said he was at least try to do what I never dreamed. It would be I I never dreamed. He'd be as successful as he was at it. I didn't know that he would get all this stuff through in such a quick manner. But basically, I'm sitting there going this guy wants to make America. Great again. Yeah. He's got a lot of flaws, but he's not Hillary look at all of her flaws. So the the Democrats are doing the same thing. Now, it'll be any body, but Trump anybody it doesn't matter who you put up there. You can put up a convicted murderer you can put up an illegal alien who has killed a bunch of folks. They don't care anybody. But Trump, so they're no different from where the Republicans were many of them except for Bill Kristol. And of course, we haven't seen him. Bill Bill Bill crickets. He's managing the downfall of the weekly standard as we speak. Yeah. Ships going. Like my boat. Except there's no bottom on this thing. I mean. Yeah, he's just gonna go sink until there's nothing left of it. But that's where we stand on this. We have a guy that we knew who we knew was flawed. We all knew it. We didn't like it as Charles Krauthammer referred to me the vulgarity, and I knew that we all knew his aboard air, and he still is he tweets too much. He comes back to strong against folks understand him being hacked off at Tillerson T Rex doing the interview, but he comes back saying he's dumb as a rock, and he's laziest Hal. And he always goes overboard on this stuff, but don't screw with them. And that's part of what we like about him. I may I may cringe. Sometimes he does actually I don't cringe most time by just bust, a gut laughing, but it is not quite presidential. But look at all we've got look at all he's done look at where the country's going look at the economy. Look at this that and the other. And at the end of the day, there is no campaign finance violation here. This is something fabricated by a bunch of folks who wanna get Trump. And now they're gonna go after the family. So I've said this all along I've said Trump should not mess with the special prosecutor at this point. I think he would be well within his rights to shut this thing down. It has gone off the rails big league quick time out. We're back into..

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Daniel Krauthammer reflects on the passing of George H W Bush

Business Beware

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

Daniel Krauthammer reflects on the passing of George H W Bush

"Charles Krauthammer, son, reacts to the passing of George H W Bush. Here's USA radio's Timberg Charles Krauthammer passed away in June of two thousand eighteen now before he died him and his son Daniel wrote a book, titled the point of it all a lifetime of great loves and endeavors, I had a chance to chat with Daniel. And see what his thoughts would be about what his father would think after the passing of George H W Bush when I heard the news of his passing. I went back and read from columns. My dad had written about him and found one that he wrote in ninety two right after he lost the election. And he wrote something that I think was just so prescient at a time when people were kind of piling on and criticizing president. Bushey said that even though he lost an election. That's not history's judgment. And it wasn't a failed presidency. It was a completed presidency is what my dad wrote. And then he was called upon to to great things for this country to close out the Cold War on favorable terms, and to stop Saddam, Hussein's aggression, the Persian Gulf and he did those

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Supreme Court poised to rule on Trump travel ban, other cases

WDRC

04:32 min | 3 years ago

Supreme Court poised to rule on Trump travel ban, other cases

"Either you don't have a sales tax or the internet sales tax that you put on his greater than the sales tax that you tax brick and mortars can that be viewed as a violation of the commerce clause at that point because you're trying to create an unfair advantage in your state by having lowered a sales taxes on brick and mortar then you have from the majority of internet sales that comes from out of state and and the and the fact is i have more questions on this look on a day like today i have to say that said you know this is just we're putting an unfair position there's just too much news today because i i've gone over you know the the decision and i'm still not sure of about ten different things and so i still have questions and it's like okay i'm not to look to some great legal minds out there because in a lot of these supreme court decisions they do leave a lot of questions open you know the direct constitutionality of something you know we talked about the other day the the wisconsin case in the maryland case and and what they might address on those cases and what they what they didn't address the that that's that's fairly i guess common on on bigger things in terms of the constitutionality of something so for instance there are ten cases right now left for the the highest court to issue opinions on they've gotta do that by the by while away from today friday of next week ends their session so there is they have put it on the calendar actually for later this morning friday morning at ten am eastern for the possibility of opinions to be issued there and there there will be a couple of days at least next week monday for certain but maybe another day or two where they issue opinions and get all of those opinions on those the remaining ten cases out they did four cases today and and they've got tend to go so the one we're waiting for one of them that were waiting for an anxious to see is how they will decide on the the the us worse away case and that being the travel ban case where will they go on that will be will be a just kind of a what they call a narrow no decision that really doesn't deal with the the grand scope of constitutionality and and in this case the the place that a setting a precedent in terms of the place that a court or the courts have in in making a decision on in this case national defense on the travel ban temporary traveling you know so a lot of those cases they don't actually go that far to determine the constitutionality of something often they do so it thursday was a really wild day i mean it was just i i it's it's ramping up i mean it's it's just like being in this this this this blender with so many things being thrown in all the time you know we when we used to do talk radio it used to be okay this is the one issue of the day and now and now it's it's ten different issues with fifty different pages of legal documents for each issue which you're trying to parse through so our whole our whole point is piteous and feel sad for us because we're being treated unfairly or sunday well and very quickly we got a lot of things to talk about today the life of charles krauthammer we'll get to that here in a little bit whereas devin nunes says what the starbucks ceo actually said when he talked about closing down one hundred and fifty stores in the next year and where those stores are going to be either going to be mostly in blue areas and they wish to develop an expanding red areas interesting for starbucks pair that with jimmy fallon vanity fair interview where he just basically was saying he was fed up and and really just i mean if you listen if you listen to his words if you read his words i guess as i did at the by the end of it is like you know everybody calm down get a life for the tussling of the hair of of trump.

Military bases under consideration for housing unaccompanied migrant children

Morning Edition

01:39 min | 3 years ago

Military bases under consideration for housing unaccompanied migrant children

"The new york conversation from npr news in washington i'm laurie london the us military has been asked to get ready to house up to twenty thousand immigrant children npr's scott horsely reports the request comes as president donald trump's efforts to roll back a widely condemned policy of separating children from their parents is beset by confusion the gels now is going to be finding a place to house families who come together and will be kept together the pentagon has housed unaccompanied minors in the past this'll be a new challenge for them state auditor say the university of california campuses at berkeley los angeles and davis of failed to adequately address sexual misconduct complaints danielle carson reports auditors review two decades worth of cases more than one hundred they looked at how quickly you see officials resolved complaints and how well they communicated with those involved if disciplinary measures were taken the audit assessed if they were proportional to the offense a ucla official says the data auditors reviewed don't reflect the reforms implemented over the past few years including a quicker timeline to close cases charles krauthammer who revealed in early june that he had just weeks to live has died the prominent conservative writer and pundit had announced a year ago that he was being treated for cancer in his abdomen krauthammer was an influential voice among republicans this is npr this is morning edition on wnyc at six forty three good morning i'm kerry nolan attorneys representing the.

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'I’m so sorry, I’m not sober anymore': Demi Lovato sings about relapsing on emotional ballad

Loo and Chilli

02:08 min | 3 years ago

'I’m so sorry, I’m not sober anymore': Demi Lovato sings about relapsing on emotional ballad

"Toby until early in the morning thanks for waking up with ninety seven point one wash them to hollywood look at the showbiz headlines we call it your show biz buzz what's going on ma'am the cast of roseanne is going to be returning television i'll be without her abc working on a spin off of the show that will premiere this fall with the working title called the connors roseanne is not going to have any involvement she agreed to a settlement so the cast and crew could keep all their jobs we're talking about like two hundred people here but writers haven't determined yet how they're gonna explain roseanne's absence demi lovato as you know his father very public battle with alcohol and drugs and she recently celebrated six years of sobriety but in her new song called sober she admits that she relapsed the song is a confessional piano ballad with demi singing in a very anguished voice she's no she's no longer sober but we wanted to play a bit because it really is beautiful and powerful sorry please forgive me for the drinks spilled on the floor me before so i'm not so over two million views on youtube since she dropped that video less than twenty four hours ago we share the best you can hear the reason why in that voice more sad news a fox news contributor and columnist charles krauthammer has has died he was sixty eight years old now earlier this month he revealed that he was in the final stages of losing battle with cancer the husband real housewives star teresa giudice is reportedly about to get deported new york daily news is saying that joe jude is easing the deportation proceedings as he serving time for bankruptcy and fraud charges and he could be heading back to his native italy even before his term in prison is up next year drama too much of it the five.

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Another U.S. worker in Cuba has "confirmed" mystery illness

24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 3 years ago

Another U.S. worker in Cuba has "confirmed" mystery illness

"It's confirmed now another american got sick and cuba following mysterious incidents there in all twentyfive people workers at the us embassy in havana have been affected the latest case a worker a diplomat recently evacuated from cuba after reporting symptoms the original cases were reported in august of last year we still don't know to this day what is causing it and who was responsible heather nauert at the state department says this has spread to china with regard to china there's an investigation also underway a worker at a us consulate in china was confirmed to have been affected the confirmed cuba patients have been found to have a range of symptoms and diagnoses including concussions cuba has strongly denied involvement or knowledge ed donahue washington charles krauthammer has died the conservative pundit worked for fox news.

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Indonesia court sentences hardline Muslim cleric to death for role in terror attacks

WDRC

01:41 min | 3 years ago

Indonesia court sentences hardline Muslim cleric to death for role in terror attacks

"Cancer had returned aggressively a leading conservative voice he was also an author and pulitzer prize winning columnist fox's bret baier once asked him do you think you'll ever stop writing no i intend to die at my desk really i would like to i'm not sure i can arrange you president mike pence tweeting the charles krauthammer will won't be remembered for his countless contributions to american political thought former president george w bush saying in a statement he's saddened by the loss of an intellectual giant a dear friend charles krauthammer was sixty eight an indonesian court has sentenced radical cleric amman abdur amman's death for ordering his lawn estate affiliated militants to carry out attacks including the january twenty sixteen suicide bombing at a starbucks in jakarta the killed four people helicopters rescued strength people stranded by flooding thursday in both texas and montana including one hundred forty children and counselors who'd been stuck in a mountain bible camp for two days as severe storms swept across the rockies midwest thunderstorms that have moved across texas this week also brought heavy rains to that less than a year ago or hit by flooding from hurricane harvey potential rock and roll full pau has been averted the hard rock hotel and casino having its granddaughter opening next week in atlantic city they're dotting there is and crossing their t's but apparently they're not checking their ease a thirty foot tall model of a les paul guitar was placed out in front with a major misspelling on the rhythm treble switch the word rhythm was spelled r h y t h e m well there's no e in rhythm hard rock says corrected the typo by removing the.

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White House proposes combining Education and Labor departments as part of massive government overhaul

News, Traffic and Weather

01:20 min | 3 years ago

White House proposes combining Education and Labor departments as part of massive government overhaul

"White house announced a new plan that aims to restructure the government says abc's arlette signs the white house plan would merge the departments of education and labor into one department of education and the workforce it also moved several of the agriculture department's nutrition assistance programs to the department of health and human services which would be renamed the department of health and public welfare the white house says that name will quote better capture the nature of its programs but any major government restructuring would need the okay from congress and it's unclear if there is the appetite to make changes are signs abc news the white house are you living on psychopaths extroverted and charming yet don't feel guilt empathy or love a new study says certain states are crawling with psychopaths here's abc's alec stone in los angeles who says the nation's capital beats them all california plays a good game laidback avocado eating sunshine beach loving but a new study says there may be something more to california researchers at southern methodist university if on california's among the top states with the highest psychopath concentration connecticut is the only state ahead of california while it's not a state washington dc beats out states researchers looked at personality traits gathered through surveys given thousands of people in each area alex stone abc news los angeles a charles krauthammer.

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Immigrant children forcibly injected with drugs at Texas shelter, lawsuit claims

Red Eye Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

Immigrant children forcibly injected with drugs at Texas shelter, lawsuit claims

"Improper treatment nba draft results i'm elliot francis along suit has been filed against the shallow treatments that are in texas accusing them of drugging and possibly mistreating migrant children being held in their care some children reportedly were forced to take six to ten pills a day in some cases correspondent heather child thirteen from el salvador said in a witness statement i did not want the injection to staff grabbed me and the doctor gave me the injection despite my objection and left me there on the bed in other cases it's alleged children were forced to take pills that staffers called vitamins given to them without their or their parents consent an eleven year old girl said she was forced to take ten pills a day supreme court voted five to four thursday to give states brought authority to require online retailers to now collect sales tax rolling is win for states who claim they were losing out on do millions of dollars annually under the two decades old supreme court decision that impacted online sales tax collection i court ruled that overturned that decision a thursdays nba draft is in the books sierra crawford has a recap there was a big moment for all but especially with the first pick in the two thousand eighteen nba draft the andrea center's the experience was mind blowing up to the point when i saw came out just for my name and when he called it is my mind went blank this second pig went to the sacramento kings there later halts followed by the memphis grizzlies in dallas mavericks i'm sierra crawford surprise winning charles krauthammer who was generally regarded as the dean of conservative commentators has died his death comes only days after he revealed that his cancer had returned and was spreading rapidly krauthammer was sixty eight i'm elliott francis okay.

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States can collect online retail sales tax, Supreme Court rules

Red Eye Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

States can collect online retail sales tax, Supreme Court rules

"Improper treatment nba draft results i'm elliot francis along suit has been filed against the shallow treatments that are in texas accusing them of drugging and possibly mistreating migrant children being held in their care some children reportedly were forced to take six to ten pills a day in some cases correspondent heather child thirteen from el salvador said in a witness statement i did not want the injection to staff grabbed me and the doctor gave me the injection despite my objection and left me there on the bed in other cases it's alleged children were forced to take pills that staffers called vitamins given to them without their or their parents consent an eleven year old girl said she was forced to take ten pills a day supreme court voted five to four thursday to give states brought authority to require online retailers to now collect sales tax rolling is win for states who claim they were losing out on do millions of dollars annually under the two decades old supreme court decision that impacted online sales tax collection i court ruled that overturned that decision a thursdays nba draft is in the books sierra crawford has a recap there was a big moment for all but especially with the first pick in the two thousand eighteen nba draft the andrea center's the experience was mind blowing up to the point when i saw came out just for my name and when he called it is my mind went blank this second pig went to the sacramento kings there later halts followed by the memphis grizzlies in dallas mavericks i'm sierra crawford surprise winning charles krauthammer who was generally regarded as the dean of conservative commentators has died his death comes only days after he revealed that his cancer had returned and was spreading rapidly krauthammer was sixty eight i'm elliott francis okay.

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Lawsuit alleges U.S. forcibly gave migrant children psychiatric drugs

Glenn Beck

02:07 min | 3 years ago

Lawsuit alleges U.S. forcibly gave migrant children psychiatric drugs

"Migrant children suit roseanne spin off i'm elliot francis a lawsuit has been filed against the shiloh treatments that are in texas accusing them of drugging and mistreating migrant children being held in their care the suit alleges many children were given powerful drugs correspondent drew griffin at the nonprofit shiloh treatment center in manville texas legal filings quote immigrant children being held down for injections given multiple psychotropic medications against their will some not even approved for use in children in one case a boy was simultaneously placed on six psychotropic drugs and an independent psychologists found the boy had been misdiagnosed with psychotic disorder though he didn't have any symptoms pulitzer prize winning journalist charles krauthammer was known as the dean of conservative commentators has died krauthammer announced just a year ago that he was being treated for a cancerous tumor in his abdomen and early june krauthammer revealed that he'd likely had just weeks to live charles krauthammer must sixty eight abc has announced that it's moving forward with a roseanne spinoff jim rupe tells what's look forward to the show airing the fall has the working title the connors and the entire cast minus its creator roseanne barr we'll be back wow so how serious is this thing the network says how it will handle the absence of bars through what it calls us sudden turn of events the announcement comes about a month after bar sent out a racist tweet about former obama adviser valerie jarrett comparing her to a cross between the muslim brotherhood in the planet of the apes roseanne said in a statement she agreed to an undisclosed settlement with producer tom werner for the sake of the two hundred jobs for the cast and crew and she said she wishes them all well jim roope los angeles several dozen wanna rescues carried out thursday in mcclellan texas officials say the streets there are flooding pretty much all over town meanwhile the governor issued a state disaster declaration for at least six texas counties i'm elliot francis i make my texas superfood from fifty five raw vineripened fruits.

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House narrowly approves farm bill that could cut food stamps to millions of low-income Americans

Midday on WNYC

02:52 min | 3 years ago

House narrowly approves farm bill that could cut food stamps to millions of low-income Americans

"To follow each state's tax rules recent estimates found that states were losing billions of dollars in revenue each year due to sales tax not collected on online sales laurel wamsley npr news washington a federal grand jury minnesota has indicted three illinois men on federal civil rights and hate crime charges in connection with a bombing last summer of a minneapolis area mosque matt setback of minnesota public radio says it's in addition to previously filed arson charges prosecutors say forty seven year old michael harry twenty nine year old michael mc water and twentythreeyearold joe morris drove more than five hundred miles to carry out the early morning attack august fifth the bomb caused extensive damage to the building but no one was hurt authorities say the three are part of an antigovernment militia based in clarence illinois setback reporting hundreds of people have been rescued from floodwaters in south texas we're up to fifteen inches of rainfall has inundated communities over the past few days governor greg abbott issuing a disaster declaration for six counties hit by the flooding meanwhile flooding in minnesota and south dakota caused some road closures including the brief shutdown of i ninety in minnesota this is npr news conservative columnist charles krauthammer has died at the age of sixty eight npr's windsor johnston reports the pulitzer prize winning political commentator recently announced he was in the final stages of cancer in an online farewell message krauthammer wrote i leave this life with no regrets he also thanked reader's television viewers and colleagues who had given consequence to his life's work krauthammer had been a columnist with the washington post since nineteen eighty four and was also a longtime political commentator on fox news he graduated harvard medical school in one thousand nine hundred seventy five despite a first year diving accident that left him a quadriplegic he ended up leading the field of psychiatry to take on politics in nineteen seventy eight he accepted a position in the carter administration directing planning in psychiatric research he later served as a speech writer for vice president walter mondale windsor johnston npr news president trump's national security advisor john bolton has heading to moscow the pave the way for a possible us russian summit trump and russian president vladimir putin discussed a face to face meeting in march when trump called the russian leader to congratulate him on his reelection the republican led house has narrowly passed sweeping farm bill that would toughen work requirements for food stamp recipients democrats unanimously opposed the measure and twenty republicans also voted no saying it would toss too many people off government food assistance the house bill sets up a clash with the senate which is looking to skip the food stamps changes and make mostly modest adjustments i'm jim hawk npr news.

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Charles Krauthammer, legendary conservative intellectual, dies at 68

PBS NewsHour

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Charles Krauthammer, legendary conservative intellectual, dies at 68

"And before we go we are sorry to share this passing charles krauthammer the syndicated conservative columnist and fox news contributor has died after battling cancer he had not been on television for nearly a year and wrote a public letter earlier this month announcing that he only had a short time to live krauthammer a former psychiatrist and paraplegic since a teenage diving accident won the pulitzer prize for his commentary and was a bestselling author charles krauthammer was sixty eight years old and that is the news hour for tonight i'm judy woodruff for all of us the.

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Crimea, David Wright and Trump discussed on Kilmeade & Friends with Brian Kilmeade

Kilmeade & Friends with Brian Kilmeade

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Crimea, David Wright and Trump discussed on Kilmeade & Friends with Brian Kilmeade

"Expelled from the group back in two thousand fourteen after it illegally annexing crimea abc's david wright reporting from quebec president trump will leave the g seven meeting this morning to head straight to singapore for the summit with kim jon abc news chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz is in south korea the logistics of this summit have been worked on for winks who'll sit where who walks in the room i from what we know it will be a small group seated at the table with president trump and kim jong un the north korean leader expected to arrive in singapore tomorrow conservative columnist charles krauthammer has written a farewell note to his millions of readers and viewers charles krauthammer either delighted or infuriated readers and viewers depending on their politics now he's breaking their hearts with news and he is just weeks to live he's written an open letter saying he thought he was recovering from cancer surgery but another inoperable tumor reappeared and he decided he will no longer fight it krauthammer in the washington post expressing his gratitude to readers viewers but he was able to pursue truth and honest debate and he leaves what he calls a wonderful life without regrets andy field abc news washington lava from the killer whale volcano that flowed into an ocean bay has now created nearly a mile of new land in hawaii officials with the geological survey say the lava flow is still very active they say there's no way to know when the eruption will end or if more lava spewing vince will open you're listening to abc news this is a special announcement for all americans who back taxes to the irs.

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Marijuana, Charles Krauthammer and Jackie Quinn discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Marijuana, Charles Krauthammer and Jackie Quinn discussed on 24 Hour News

"Business of outlawing marijuana ed donahue washington conservative columnist and fox news contributor charles krauthammer says that he has only a few weeks left to live because of an aggressive form of cancer he sent out a public letter today describing his condition the sixty eight year old has been paralyzed since college but says he has no regrets jackie quinn ap radio news when we know how to eat we never agree on where to go on burgers pizza talk as it is the one thing we.

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France, Lsd and Cleveland discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

02:32 min | 3 years ago

France, Lsd and Cleveland discussed on 24 Hour News

"Business of outlawing marijuana ed donahue washington conservative columnist and fox news contributor charles krauthammer says that he has only a few weeks left to live because of an aggressive form of cancer he sent out a public letter today describing his condition the sixty eight year old has been paralyzed since college but says he has no regrets jackie quinn ap radio news ap radio news i'm jacky quin president trump is meeting with leaders from other g seven nations in quebec tonight when he left washington today there was tough talk over the new tariffs that he's imposed on european union country act like well we fought with you in the war which they don't mention the fact that they have trade barriers against farmers they don't mention the fact that they're judging almost three hundred percent tariff but after meeting today with french president emmanuel macron and canada's leader the tone has softened and the leaders say they are negotiating president trump will leave the summit early he's been barraged with criticism over his policies and he's heading to asia to prepare for tuesday's summit with the leader of north korea there are new charges against president trump's former campaign chairman paul manafort manafort and an associate with ties to russia are accused of trying to tamper with witnesses these charges are not connected to the trump campaign facebook is accused of continuing to share user information with marketers well beyond when it said that had stopped in mesa arizona where an unarmed man was beaten by officers the police chief has launched an investigation i'm angry and i am deeply disappointed by what i saw in those videos it's unacceptable tonight's game four in the nba finals could clincher for the warriors or get cleveland back in the running either way president trump says that there won't be a white house celebration invites lebron james and i didn't invite jerry we're not gonna invite either team he's been sparring with professional athletes over protests during the national anthem colleagues tearfully remembering the adventures of celebrity chef anthony bourdain found dead in france this is ap radio news a bill to ease the us ban on marijuana is getting a show of support from the white house the federal ban puts marijuana on the same level as heroin and lsd.

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Trump, Trudeau swap jokes but hold firm in trade dispute

Mark Belling

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

Trump, Trudeau swap jokes but hold firm in trade dispute

"That's our news i'm keith peters in washington president trump and canadian prime minister justin trudeau were meeting at a world leader summit and canada mid their tensions over trade mr trump joked friday that trudeau had agreed to cut all tariffs and trade barriers between their countries prompting laughs mr trudeau said trade wilkinson you to be a topic of discussion fox news contributor and syndicated columnist charles krauthammer says he has only a few weeks to live.

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Special counsel brings new charges against Paul Manafort in Russia probe

PBS NewsHour

02:38 min | 3 years ago

Special counsel brings new charges against Paul Manafort in Russia probe

"That bans foreign funding of religious groups back in this country president trump said today that he was seriously considering pardoning the late mohammed ali but a short time later the boxing greats lawyer said that's unnecessary because the us supreme court unanimously vacated ali's conviction for draft evasion in one thousand nine hundred seventy one mr trump also said that athletes who protest racial injustice during the national anthem should instead offer names for pardons them recommend to me people that were unfairly treated friends of theirs or people that they know about and i'm gonna take a look at those applications and if i find and my committee finds that they're unfairly treated then we will harden them or at least let them out the president said his team is looking at quote thousands of names for possible pardons the special counsel in the russia investigation added more charges today against paul manafort the former trump campaign manager he was already accused of money laundering and illegally lobbying for ukrainian interests now manafort and a russian ukrainian associate face charges involving alleged witness tampering separately the former security director for the us senate intelligence committee is caught up in a leak investigation james wolf was arrested and charged thursday with lying to the fbi about his contacts with reporters it allegedly happened as the committee probe the trump campaign's relations with russia new details tonight on first lady melania trump who has been largely out of sight since a kidney procedure a month ago her office has given out little information but the president says in fact that it was quite a bit big operation that lasted nearly four hours he says doctors don't want her flying yet so she is not attending the g seven meetings on wall street stocks ended this week with modest gains the dow jones industrial average was up seventy five points to close at twenty five thousand three sixteen the nasdaq rose ten and the s and p five hundred added eight and sad news today from charles krauthammer the syndicated columnists and fox news contributor he's been off the air for nearly a year and in a public letter today he announced that he has terminal cancer with only a few weeks to live krauthammer is sixty eight he said in a letter i leave this life with no regrets we're sorry.

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