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"coolidge" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies
"Welcome to around the world in eighty s. Movies vince. leo. I am the author of the film review website quipped. Stir dot net. Bite you to check out over. Four thousand of my reviews read anytime quick. Stir dot net is where to go q. Wip s. t. e. r. dot net. While you're there. I do encourage you to take a listen to my other podcast. It's called the film review. Podcast we're looking more recent movies out in theaters or streaming services. Check out the leak equiped. Stor dot net. Today i'm going to be getting into the first part of this three part series kind of kicking off from weird science last week. This week's film is actually was released about a week after weird. Science in nineteen eighty-five a film called real genius and this is starting a three part series looking at nerds who get revenge in the end so i guess you could probably a match what i'm going to follow this up with real genius from nine hundred eighty five it is a pg rated film has sexual references comic violence and language probably would be thirteen today because of some of the innuendo one hour and forty eight minutes. Runtime val kilmer is. The main star gave jared william atherton robert prescott. Michelle mary john. Braz louis shambaugh vo louder and patty. Darville are in this film as well as dean devlin. Who became a producer of some pretty big blockbusters sometime later and godzilla independence day. Of course the director martha coolidge and the screenplay credited.
"coolidge" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Coolidge you listen you well and now here's Bill Handel. Hey, Good morning, Everybody. Bill Handel Morning crowd Tuesday morning, November 10th. A lot of big stuff is going on. In addition to the lawsuits being filed all over the country to dispute the election of the Supreme Court right now is hearing arguments on Obama care have been talking about that all morning long the validity of obamacare and they are They're sending the audio over. And the other thing That is interesting is how long this is going. So I think at nine, neither probably 9 30. I want to do a story on what's going on to the Supreme Court, and I'll describe to you exactly what's happening. How the court works. You know what people are, how they're dressed and the new court so it not only we talked already about the actual the actual Obamacare issue, the the the points of contention, but I want to talk about What's surrounding it is going on right now. Was that Can I just have something? Because you had the audio of Justice Cavanaugh. Making it sound like you know, he was like, Yeah, This is all several ble and we could just take out the man. Is that totally in context? In other words, what was he really sustaining? You know something Go just say that sometimes, Yes, sometimes no. Sometimes they do hypotheticals. Sometimes you really can't tell you have an idea of which way the court's going to go and you have an idea based on the philosophy and the and the temperament of a judge based and his particular view. But do you know where it's going to go? No, no, And then just coming up. I'll do some really interesting fax about what judges do what they don't do on the bench what you could be prepared for. And who does what kind of questioning judges do Because it's wide open. I'll share that with you when we come back for you on the spot for a second before we do start late edition, Sure, Honest, gut reaction. Do you think these justices will rule based on the somewhat wonky issue? That's really the issue of severability? Or do you think any of them will be influenced by either their feelings about the affordable care act or any sense of loyalty? To the president who appointed them. You know, I don't think that has any issue. I don't believe loyalty to the president has any issue whatsoever? Because these judges are gonna be around long after President Trump is dead long after we die. You Amy Barrett. Coney is going to be on the bench until 2020 2150. I mean, she's you know what is she 19 years old or something? She's going to be on the bench forever. Ah, no, it's it all has to do is one of the arguments is. If Congress wanted severability, they would have put it in the law. And ah, on the other hand, Ah, it's Ah, Do you wipe out something of this size? And this becomes a social question. Do you take away insurance for these tens of millions of people and bring back existing conditions and just changes everything because Obama care just changed everything All right, let's do it Handle on the news. Late edition, Jennifer Wayne and me lead story. Very bad news on the Corona virus. Corona virus front. Why it's the experts perfectly. Michael Michael.
Lost Bob Dylan Interviews Surface at Boston Auction House
"Long lost interviews with Bob Dylan of surface at a Boston auction house, and they contain some surprising new insights about the singer songwriter Taylor. Transcripts of the 1971 interviews with the late American Blues artist Tony Glover reveal that Dylan had anti Semitism on his mind when he changed his name. They also show he wrote. Lay Lady Lay for singer and actress Barbara Streisand. Really Would have thought it would have been about something like Rita Coolidge. He also discussed how he famously went electric at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival, saying it was a strange night. Yeah, Wass, Okay. Yeah, it
Bloomberg Comes Up Big with $100M Cash Infusion in Florida
"So this was another big story from over the weekend was the announcement by Mike Bloomberg that he's going to spend at least one hundred, million dollars in the state of Florida to help Joe Biden win the state. This Washington Post story says that Bloomberg made the decision last week after seeing those numbers on Florida in seeing that Oh may be Biden's a little underperforming there. It's a little closer than we thought official. Voting starts on September twenty fourth in Florida. So the need to inject real capital in that state quickly is an urgent need. This is Bloomberg Adviser Kevin Cheeky he continues Mike believes that by investing in Florida, it will allow campaign resources in other democratic resources to be used in other states in particular the state of Pennsylvania. So there was always this fear of, Oh, where's Bloomberg's money? He got to speak at the convention, but he's not gonNA fork any over even after he said, he made this promise to keep his campaign employed in put all this money into help be trump. Personally, I was really never worried by didn't didn't really come after Mike to personally at least for too long also because they were both from New York I'm sure trump gave Bloomberg his fair share of grief during the couple of terms that Mike was the mayor of New York. City. You can tell when Bloomberg speaks whenever he goes on TV his ads were also pretty devastating, but you can just feel the vitriol contempt for Donald Trump Mike. Bloomberg is obviously a big money guy. You know he's a billionaire but even he trust Joe Biden more than Donald Trump So that should really be a warning to everyone and as Rick. Wilson always says Mike Bloomberg has more money in his couch cushions than Donald Trump has at all I think alluding to the fact that Donald Donaldson, shady loans, and he's probably not even a billionaire really when you get down to went off topic but thank goodness that is a breath of fresh air some good news for Joe Biden on the money side to with an even better August and by the way, the Biden campaign pointed out that since Calvin Coolidge in nineteen, twenty four, no Republican has won if they don't win Florida. And this year, it really is all about Florida because of trump doesn't get that one he's got to pick up a couple from either Minnesota Wisconsin Michigan Pennsylvania Arizona in those are looking shaky I mean that's really really generous because he's behind in all of them. So He needs Florida to have any chance and that's a little note to yourself if you're watching. On election night tour as the votes come in the days after in the mail. Well, we're GONNA know pretty quickly because Florida starts counting there's early. So we'll know on election night mostly with the vote is going to be. So a Florida starts going Biden were going to be in really good shape. That's when you know. Okay we might have this one.
"coolidge" Discussed on Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience
"Thank you so much You know I, I, remember you as a graduate student studying under Imam Muneer Farid Yeah you who is a big influence on my life Jamison fundamental pieces of advice in my spiritual journey that defined me in many respects And someone who was you know? Very honest. About our tradition about the complexities of our tradition and about the choices that we make. As Muslims to emphasize certain things or de. Emphasize. Always, interlocutor that I greatly respected. And So I pretty much figured that if you were his student, you're pretty smart on shallow. No. I I was about to be his student officially. So when you met me but Yeah. Thank you for that and of course. Dr. Miniature free. Is a guest we've had on the show in prior. So David. I mean I guess. You already kind of talked about I guess where you were in two, thousand, two and you know like when when you and I met but if you could maybe take us back, takes back to growing up in Kenilworth Illinois, which is a suburb on the north side Maybe talk a little bit about that and I think. I will try to steer the conversation into into areas I think of your air unique background that we WANNA focus on. K. Sure. A business manure, hime. And the Name of God the Merciful Benefactor. The Merciful Redeemer of a Homeless Study Muhammad Ali Muhammad to God. Please best Muhammad in the family of Muhammad on WHO's listening Saddam Yukon you. So. Yeah. I grew up in this town called Kenilworth. which is I sometimes described as like Kuwait. Because it's like this little thing. On Lake Michigan that was carved out of two larger suburbs, which would in this analogy Iraq in Saudi Arabia. and it was actually created by a businessperson from downtown Chicago. Who Is Sweden Board Ian? who just bought this big farm basically and wanted to create his ideal community. and. So when they build a church in our town Kenilworth Union church, it was intentionally denominational. He wasn't going to push his Sweden Morgan interpretation of Christianity. But I think that obviously he wanted to be included alongside whatever whoever else was there at the time presbyterians are. So on and so forth. The only other Church town is the episcopal church right across the street 'cause obviously Episcopal Episcopalians are are distinctive right? They don't just go to any other church So what would he? Serves that it was carved out of sorry. I'm trying to place. A will met in Mecca. That's a is this is this like a small town and growing against the because it's so small is k. through eight school just for that community. Into, that's where I went to school until I went to the local public high school and. You know I would describe it as like a small town upbringing even though we were technically only fifteen minutes from the northern border of the city of Chicago by car you know we would have massive games of capture the flag across. Multiple blocks of Soviet one person's house one base. Another person's houses be another base in. It'd be like running through the streets and running behind people's houses. In the you know we buy our bikes to the beach in you know go swimming and. and. We had one kind of athletic field where I learned to play baseball learn to play football. You know we had a local football team called the Kenilworth rebels which was started by these guys have been like some of them had been NFL. And they just wanted to teach the local kids football because the school didn't have football program. So through six seventh and eighth grade I played football and I loved it. And they would say things like. If I if I yell at, you means that I care if I don't say anything to you have given up on you. Does all these like old tough. Probably some of them are ex military I don't know looking at you would have thought bait a basketball as opposed to full. On. Basketball, in the gymnasium got high school and Click Wall, you know. So I honestly will law. Hey, sometimes think about it I think it was just this dream because it resists Su- such a American typical baseball and Apple Pie. Upbringing. and. You know. I could talk about that for a whole show but. Since, we're talking about religion specific real to say that. the best description that I've found of my. Church growing. Up. It was an academic Article I. Think the book is called. It's a book lived religion in America. The Golden Rule Christianity. and. And so I I would always describe it as Jesus is a good guy. So you should be a good guy to. And so when I was growing up, I had no problem going to church I. Enjoyed it go on the church you know I'm retreats and everything. And Sunday school. But when they gave me the cree to say because in our church were baptized as an infant of but then you had to confirm your Christianity, you had to publicly declare it That was the third of theology that underlie underlying these rituals. So we had to I think it was seventh grade. Declare our belief and they gave us either. Creed or the apostles creed to the two most famous credo statements in Christian tradition. and. I just couldn't say it you know and I was not philosophical really before that. At, this is one of those examples where I really. Cluttered to me is not a theoretical discussion. It's like something I've lived I don't know why I couldn't say. I went to Minister and I went to my parents and we talked about it. And my sister actually had a debate once where she said Oh you were always really like philosophical I said, no, I wasn't up until that up until that moment and then a subsequent moment that happened I was just like baseball skateboarding girls you know nwea and guns and roses. You know and laughing because every just Pervez knows I grew up in exactly the same experience and literally like word from where it's just GonNa Listen and reminisce you talk that's awesome. So. I mean I I I, do appreciate you during the conversation into some kind of religious background and I ended up I didn't mean to cut you off. I wanted definitely come back to that you know I think. Growing up in in Kenilworth Certainly, did not only the suburb itself or You know it's predominantly sort of affluence or white Serb which you agree with that George rotation on one and number two I mean you know. Your family name I mean, you're you're Robert David Coolidge, the third into that's always fascinated me because I know that you do have a relationship in the cool James Not just accidental. It also connects to. Know Past President Calvin Coolidge. So maybe kind of talk a little bit about your family Benetton's like wet. How long were they in in Illinois you know, and then kind of obviously your your parents will maybe a Kenilworth thing. Yeah. So just to clarify, I'm not a third. Starring heard. And they one of the reasons they chose Robert is my first name. We have I don't know where the why the tradition is. Me My father, my grandfather, great grandfather all go by David but it's all our middle name and so my father was Robert is my first name, which is my maternal grandfather's name ruffled Salah Day at Bercy on him and we can talk about praying for dead. Christians. Later if you WANNA take you plan Considering we'll be we'll be talked about Chadwick Bozeman. Yeah. That'd be a great conversation. But just this very briefly a modern May. Scholar. Whose legal rulings I follow considers it permissible to pray for dead Christians and efficacious to send rewards to them in the buzz the intermediary world between this world in the day of Resurrection, by giving charity said a by reciting the Koran and so on and so forth. Thank you. So. anyways. So my maternal grandfather's name was Robert. So he thought my dad thought Oh having my son named the fourth would be a little bit pretentious. So in addition to honoring by maternal lineage. It also saved me from having a you know a little bit too snooty of a name. By or as I was wrong, I was I was remissed then in saying you're the third of anything. But yeah, you would have been technically the fourth. Yeah. Okay. Got It. Find It. It funny thing is we were joking before the show about. You Dave versus David, and you can definitely repeat that because at those those. Great..
"coolidge" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"From the very beginning. Coolidge had resolved to run a campaign in the tradition of George Washington. He had vowed not to go on the road not to stump for his candidacy and in the summer of Nineteen twenty four his sixteen year old son Calvin Junior had died of a blood infection. This tragic event had cooled further limiting his presence in the public eye. Coolidge opponents on the other hand launched aggressive campaigns making countless speeches public appearances in the end though their efforts would not be enough to overcome coolidge as popularity or his laconic style. Coolidge won the election with three hundred eighty two electoral votes to Davis. One thirty six lawful lot received a meager thirteen electoral votes fighting. Bob would pass away in one thousand nine hundred and the Progressive Party would die with him. The progressives had helped weaken the Democrats by fracturing the party but even against a united Democratic Party coolidge still would've won his victory margin of twenty five point. Two percent is one of the largest in American history. Having won the White House on his own terms most Americans fully expected Calvin Coolidge to run a second time when in August in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven four years after he inherited the Presidency from Warren g harding. Coolidge shocked the nation at a press conference near his summer home in South Dakota coolidge announced. He would not stand for reelection in nineteen twenty eight though another conservative. Republican would rise to take coolest place the era of coolish prosperity as it is sometimes called would not last forever after the nineteen twenty eight presidential election and after a decade of Republican dominance in politics roaring twenties would come to a screeching on the next episode of wicked game the election of nineteen twenty eight in the wake of an unprecedented natural disaster commerce secretary. Herbert lives up to his reputation as a master of emergencies and solidifies his status as the presumptive Republican nominee beat him democratic governor. Al Smith New York will have to face off against the Republicans and the forces of opposition in the south. Don't miss a single week of our march from seventeen eighty nine to twenty twenty. Hit the subscribe button on your podcast APP now. This show is supported by you. Our listeners please give a rating leave a review but the single best way to help the show grow is to tell others share with your friends and family and find us on social media at wicked Game Pot. And I'm at Lindsey Graham another way to support this show is to go to wicked game. Podcast DOT COM members. There get early access to add free episodes as well as bonus content only available to members. Find OUT MORE. We could gain podcast dot com and about our reenactments in most cases. We can't know exactly what was said but everything in our show is heavily researched and based on surviving historical documents. Wicked game as an airship production created hosted and executive produced by me. Lindsey Graham sound design by Derek Parents Co executive produced by Stephen Walters in association with ritual productions. This episode written and researched by Stephen Walters. Fact checking by Greg Jackson to Seattle Salazar from the PODCAST history. That doesn't suck music by Lindsey Graham distributed by one..
"coolidge" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"Though the Republican National Convention did not Max out the venue it came close the vents started with a tribute to the life of Warren g harding. The platform itself began in similar fashion. It stated we. The delegates of the Republican Party in National Convention assembled our heads in Reverend Memory of Warren g harding but the real star of the show was Calvin coolidge. The New York Times had summed up what they thought. The Republican platform should be with three simple words coolidge. That's all the nineteen twenty four. Republican convention was the first to be broadcast over the radio. Twenty million Americans listened as the Republican delegates cast their votes still. The event did not necessarily make for exciting listening as the humorous will rogers observed. The convention was so uneventful it could have been done by postcard. Still it was momentous for at least one man Calvin coolidge. His father listened to his son win the nomination in the same room where he had administered the presidential oath less than a year. Before the party's conservatism was also on display. Charles G Dawes. A Conservative banker and Future Nobel Prize winner was chosen as Coolidge is running mate. The party platform was a continuation of the harding. Coolidge PRO-BUSINESS AGENDA. Still in spite of his popularity coolidge is. Nomination was not unanimous. A handful of votes went to a progressive senator from Wisconsin Robert M lawful at also known by his nickname fighting Bob during the convention lawful at supporters have been booed heckled and shouted down by the Conservative majority and after his crushing defeat at the convention. Fighting Bob was beginning to feel like a politician without a party so he began to consider the prospect of forming his own as lawful at plotted his next move the Democrats prepared for their national convention in Madison Square Garden in New York years after the nineteen twenty four election a reporter for the Baltimore Evening Sun would write for. There is something about a national convention it is vulgar it is ugly is stupid is tedious. And his hard upon both the higher cerebral centers and the Gluteus maximus but if the Republican convention was yawn the Democratic convention was a dogfight it was arguably the most contentious convention in American political history and from one reporter it earned a name befitting the ugliness of the affair the Klanbake the Democratic Party was split into two factions one conservative one progressive these factions were largely split along Sectional Lines. North and south. The progressive backed Georgia's William Gibbs mcadoo. President Woodrow Wilson son-in-law the Conservatives backed New York Governor Al Smith but neither man was popular enough to secure the two thirds majority required for victory. The result was a gridlock convention. That nearly turned violent. Former Treasury Secretary William Gibbs mcadoo was like his father-in-law Woodrow Wilson a racist in nineteen. Twenty four Mac do had the full throated endorsement of the Ku Klux Klan. The clan had largely been eradicated under the presidency of General Ulysses Grant but during the Progressive Era the Knights of the KKK. Had made a very public resurgence especially in the south where they retallack on the lives of immigrants and people of Color and in the nineteen twenties. The Klan was a major player in democratic politics. So mcadoo did not disavow endorsement. He embraced it. Mamadou was a strong advocate for prohibition which like the racism of the clan enjoyed popular support in the south macadear was also an advocate for some unfinished business started by his father in law. Woodrow Wilson the League of Nations. After World War One. The League of nations a peacetime global coalition had been woodrow. Wilson's Dream Makhdoom. Hope to succeed where his father in law have failed standing in his way though was the conservative faction of the Party. Macaroni and the Progressives Despise Governor Smith in no small part because Smith was a Catholic. He was also anti-prohibition Anti KKK. An Anti League of Nations. He was in short anti mcadoo as the two factions debated the issues. The convention quickly went off the rails. Yelling matches scuffles and scuffles into brawls. Were not for the New York. Police Officers Standing Guard. The violence might have gotten out of hand and amidst the ferocious back and forth. Neither side could get the numbers to win as the reporter for the Baltimore evening. Sun wrote there may not be enough clusters in the convention to nominate mcadoo. But they're probably enough to beat any anti Klan candidate all are on their tiptoes today their hands clutching their artillery nervously. And there is a pop for dynamite bombs reporter for the sun also made a prediction. Everything is uncertain in his convention. But one thing John W Davis will never be nominated but the reporter failed to recognize the John. W Davis was perhaps the only man who could bring the two camps together Davis had served as President Wilson Solicitor General and later his ambassador to Great Britain. He was more than just a politician. He was a successful lawyer who used his considerable talent to represent big business and while his ties to Wall Street made many progressives nervous. It satisfied many conservatives. Meanwhile Davis ties to woodrow. Wilson helped many Progressives get on board additionally Davis possessed equality that both sides agreed was an asset on the big wedge. Issues Davis was politically neutral. After one hundred three balance and sixteen days the convention finally had its nominee as a New York Times explained it when the debris began to fall. Somebody looked underneath the pile and dragged out John W Davis after rigorous debate. The Democrats eventually settled on a platform that centered around a handful of issues on which both sides could agree rooting out. Republican corruption keeping tariffs slow and protecting states' rights but on the most divisive issues the platform was less solid. The Washington Post said it will go to the country November containing pussyfooting compromises onto great issues. Which have all but rented under the League of Nations and the Ku Klux Klan? The Democrats did not leave their convention. United Behind Davis far from it not long after the convention one delegate wrote to a future Democratic President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. We defeated ourselves in New York. The convention came at a great political cost like the Republican convention in Cleveland. The Democrats Convention in New York was broadcast all over the radio to millions of Americans who had a front row seat to the shameful display of this Union Davis. Himself seemed to acknowledge this later saying the nomination wasn't worth purchased by anybody. Despite his posture as a compromise candidate Davis was still a conservative so to appeal to the Progressive Wing of the party. The delegates had mayor Charles Brian. The younger brother of the populist William Jennings Bryan as Davis is running mate still. Many progressives were less than enthused one of them was a senator from Montana named Burton K Wheeler after the convention wheel would say when the party goes to Wall Street for a candidate. I must refuse to go with so in August of nineteen. Twenty Four Wheeler would abandon the Democrats and joined forces with another disaffected Progressive Republican Robert Fighting Bob Lawful let President Theodore Roosevelt had been. The Republican. Party's Greatest Progressive Champion. Teddy had served in the White House from September of Nineteen Ninety one to March one thousand nine and during his tenure he had pushed through a number of progressive reforms from establishing government agencies to breaking up monopolies. Teddy had chosen not to stand in the election of one thousand nine hundred eight leaving his progressive legacy in the hands of his handpicked successor. William Howard Taft but as president. Taft moved in a more conservative direction. Teddy had grown concerned and in one thousand nine hundred twelve election. He left the Republican Party to join the newly formed address part though Teddy lost the nineteen twelve contest to progressive. Democrat Woodrow Wilson. He made an impressive showing but after the nineteen twelve election. The Progressive Party had slowly declined until nineteen twenty four when Robert Lawful let and Burton wheeler tried to pick up where teddy had left off these two senators one Republican and one Democrat would unite under the banner of progressivism. They would revive forgotten political party. And so doing shift the balance of the nineteen twenty four contests..
"coolidge" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"From day one. The Republican Party rallied behind Calvin Coolidge. As one Republican said in the fall of nineteen. Twenty-three there is no doubt whatever in my mind that Mr Coolidge will be as he very. Righteously should be the nominee of the party in nineteen twenty four still coolidge as prospects for the nomination were threatened by a series of scandals collectively known as the Teapot Dome. Rumors of scandal had seem to always follow president harding as a player in the newspaper. Business back in Ohio harding had been accused of rigging printing contracts to line his pockets. He had cheated on his wife with multiple partners and even fathered a child with a young woman named Nancy Britain. One of his mistresses. It was alleged. That harding slept with man in a closet in the White House. The Teapot Dome though was the biggest scandal of them. All the name refers to a giant rock formation in Wyoming in the shape of a teapot. It sits on a tract of land under which lies oil though on its face. The Teapot Dome Scandal was about oil. It was also a complex web of cover-ups bribes and blackmail that stretched deep into the harding administration at the heart of the scandal was a man named Albert Bacon. Fall a former secretary of the interior and Republican senator from New Mexico. Harding had always had the utmost confidence in Senator Fall. He had once said if Albert fall is an honest man. I'm not fit to be president of the United States but fall was not honest as head of the Interior Department. He accepted large bribes. From oil companies in exchange these companies were given exclusive drilling rights to federal lands in Wyoming and California harding had been elected president with the financial backing of the oil industry and he had handpicked fall to run the Interior Department. Back in nineteen twenty one. These facts alone may harding look complicit and indeed he was rumors of the scandal had begun swirling in the press as far back as nineteen twenty two and those rumors had led to congressional investigation in January of Nineteen twenty-three fall had resigned from the Interior Department and retired to New Mexico on a ranch he had purchased with some of the hundreds of thousands of dollars he had earned in the scheme harding and government. Officials had bribed members of the press and others to keep the story under wraps but the truth would eventually come to light the schemes that comprise the teapot. Dome Scandal had taken place during the eight Hundred Eighty one days of Warren g harding's presidency. Though harding was spared public humiliation by his death. The stain of the Teapot. Dome largely fell on his legacy. As harding's Vice President Calvin. Coolidge was in danger of being guilty by association. The scandal came to light during the first six months of coolest presidency. If he wanted to keep the White House and be elected president in his own right. Coolidge need to escape the sins of harding in might be said they coolidge. His campaign for president began the night. Harding passed away from the very beginning. Coolidge resolved to run a dignified campaign. In the tradition of George Washington. He would not stump for his candidacy. He would not attack his opponent or launch a tour he would focus on the job of the presidency and let his actions do the talking when coolidge became president. The economy was booming in large part. Thanks to the Pro Business Policies of Warren g harding coolidge embrace those policies. He pledged to reduce the debt resist higher taxes and push the US agenda on the world stage. Coolidge approach approached governing summed up best with his own words. The business of America is business and the booming economy made coolidge instantly. Popular the people at all but solidified his status as the presumptive. Republican nominee but teapot dome had to be reconciled. Somehow one Washington insider put it teapot dome is going to be a very heavy load from Mr Coolers to carry and though cooler had not actively played a part in the scandal his proximity to those did painted a dubious picture one. His enemies in the Democratic Party would no doubt try to capitalize on and indeed a new round of investigations into the teapot. Dome were set to begin in October of nineteen twenty-three coolidge asked his good friend. Supreme Court Justice and former President William Howard Taft for advice on how to deal with scandal. Taft told him do nothing. You're wisest course. Is to be quiet for a while. Silent cow took tafs advice to heart for the most part he said little but he didn't do nothing once again. He let his actions speak louder than words. Coolidge appointed to special prosecutors one Republican and one Democrat to lead the investigation into Senator Falls Shady oil dealings in the end fall would be convicted of bribery. Fined one hundred thousand dollars and sentenced to a year in prison by taking the investigation by the rains. Coolidge had distanced himself from the scandal and let the institutions of government do their jobs. The result was that president. Coolidge emerged from scandal. Looking like the embodiment of moral rectitude quite reserve decency and strength hanging on the wall in the coolidge. Living Room was appalled that read a wise old owl lived in an oak. The more he saw the less you spoke the less he spoke the more he heard. Why can't we be like that old bird but silent cow was not mute? Cooler had by weekly press conferences at the White House he cultivated rapport with journalists and use those friendships to get his message to the people. He also made good use of new technologies though. President harding had given the first presidential radio address. In June of nineteen twenty two. Coolidge was the first president to use that technology as a campaign tool. He didn't need to stump for his candidacy or go on the road. He stayed at the White House and use the radio to amplify his message and talk to the American voter and then in December of Nineteen twenty-three Calvin. Coolidge became the first president to film a speech then broadcast the audio out over the radio. Making his case for a conservative approach to government the people of America to be able to work lash by the government and Mar for themselves. I want them to have their allies of their own industry. This is the chief meaning of Frida until we can reestablish a condition under which the earnings of the people can be kept by the people we have bound shopper via and ish date curtailment about liberty. Coolidge speech was broadcast to over half the country. The New York Times wrote the Coolidge was heard by more people than the voice of any man in history is use of the radio helped him form a bond with the American people and Advocacy for Conservative government. Solidified him as a friend Wall Street but his message of limited government did not resonate with the progressive faction of the Republican Party that faction however was dwindling and strength and had been since the death of Progressive Champion. Teddy Roosevelt in one thousand nine hundred nine during the ten-year Progressive Democrat. President Woodrow Wilson. Republican party had largely moved in a more conservative direction and so at the nineteen twenty four National Convention Republicans would speak with a more unified voice. It would nominate Calvin Coolidge for the presidency and adopt a strictly conservative platform. This would leave many Progressive Republicans. Men like former Wisconsin Governor and current. Senator Robert M La let with a bad taste in the mouths left with no alternative lawful at would abandon the Republicans and strike out on his own there. He would find political ally in the most unlikely of places the Democratic.
Gilead’s remdesivir is a rare example of foresight in this pandemic
"Up let's go inside the magazine the cover story it's all about how Kelly adds wind does appear is an example of foresight in this pandemic we caught up with magazine editor Joe Webber and the writer of the piece Robert Langer from the beginning of this series character really clear that there weren't that many drugs that could do that and like lab data against corona viruses to go right into trials plane to human trials and this is one of a kind of handful found some from very early on you know if there's going to was going to early drugs qualifiers this is likely to be excised paying attention only on those talking to Billy you know early on trying to get interviews with some of their executives which was very hard to but what one thing we were able to get you know before this completely closed off or if you get a to talk to for you know into a one of A. R. the plants for the filling the file got in California this is why does everything was shutting down in mid March in U. appointment last days we could have done it we gotta talk over there a couple of great pictures and make videos suggesting that really helped make the story and then I just kept talking to them and you know get more detail at the earliest years of compounding then yeah finally is able to get me to deal with one of the top you know manufacture accurately tell me all the the seven different chemicals went into this and they get a twenty five different steps and you can compare the two making a very yeah yes the very specific or local of type of gratitude bakery if you don't if you don't already huge amount of your specially flower advance you have to wait for the new crop wheat to grow up to be a big delay that's right January all the specialty ingredients in the right order the flyers in China and Europe Wayans dance I was like the biggest smartest thing that they did yeah it's that's really such a key detail what to bring into Weber the editor of Bloomberg business week he joins us from Brooklyn and jolt you put this on the cover it makes a huge amount of sense because it's such a good read give us the contact from your perspective because you're looking across all of these stories not just as it relates to the crown of ours but across the world of business you know I think the story's significance is is huge and it's also the way that I I think is the best part of it but this is almost like the most hopeful news the only hopeful news basically to date in this coronavirus saga you either with like it it feels like it one bit of bad news after not act and it's almost like this cacophony of incompetence sometimes and so what I think Bob will be able to do in this Gilead story was actually shows like here's a good example of like one of the only ones really of a company that had incredible foresight and preparedness and you know how do you not actually ordered the raw materials that they needed to actually make this creep back in January even before it was you know before we knew how bad this was going to be having not done that back then we would not have the treatment that we certainly you know I like to be sure this is not a cure it's a treatment it takes corona virus from being fifteen gate operation down to maybe like eleven Coolidge down to like a linen suit you know if it's a modest improvement over nothing but at least it's something and you don't bother are you sort of you know reported around if you know if it's actually even more incredible than that because this is a drug that actually you know it's been around for like eleven years now and it never could find a purpose even right what what's the backstory you know the first thing that is you know looking for hepatitis C. drugs that was hard to administer the a better one for pills with conditional for that and then you know they tried it for a bola and they spend years on that you know because the first attempt to prolong a ball out quicker than the outbreak faded before they could get into even falls lake Catherine reasonable outbreak and then it didn't work that well so they are but in the end so they're trying to figure out what to do next and when the moment came along and they didn't have the thing that he definitely was I did not in January they didn't assume the best case scenario they didn't play has to wait a few weeks we'll see if this goes away because they're gay in case this is a pandemic worker or a whole bunch of stuff right now and it's just very different from what a lot of other folks did I have to say what's really cool in the story and if if people don't totally understand how significant this is it you're right Mr how Anthony Fauci has pointed out that he is like in the trial of ambassador to the first big trial of AZ T. the first drug for HIV right and so then you understand because that too was something we just couldn't figure out a treatment and so you understand Bob how room disappear is really a first very important step well yeah absolutely I mean the way to think of this is as a first step or first thing over again as the sea of going to self censor any a lot more drugs they're working on better drugs and better ways to administrative right now to confusion and we're definitely gonna need vaccines this doesn't solve the problem this is you know and as you said the first up from the second you know hospitalized patients in this reporter Robert Langer and of course Joe Webber the editor of Bloomberg business week and Carol what I really liked about this story from the pretty arresting cover image all the way through the pieces we talk so much about sort of botched response in on preparedness this was a case where a company anticipated some of this a lot still to be seen about whether this will be the drug that we need but I a company in the
South Dakota Gov. Noem, who opposed stay-home order, now faces coronavirus hot spot
"So governor has issued executive orders for particular counties instructing the elderly and other high resistance to stay home there's only a couple counties in South Dakota with this is even an issue they've had six deaths in the entire state as of last night when she's instructed all citizens to follow guidelines on hygiene and distancing and because the virus battle a marathon not a sprint and they also special apple Kerr nineteen after they're using and they're working very hard to keep this under control she's done stay preparations as early as January she shut down schools this month the state model show with the current social distancing measures in place without a statewide shelter in place order the peak of infections will be cut in half so to me it sounds like here's I was issued my governor I wish she was my governor and had said all right we need everybody to be responsible we would like you to do the social distancing of six feet apart we would like you to wear masks we'd like you to you know remain at home as much as you can but go about your daily business because the business of America is business thank you president Coolidge and we have to do it and yet the media wants you to believe that she's
"coolidge" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Later on we have a Sharon Coolidge of the inquired to come on to talk about what she knows about who paid the money how it happened plus the other activities I wanna get your thoughts whether this is racial profiling her minister was with her last night coming out of federal court by the way she ought to spend some money on clothing but that's a different issue her minister said she's being targeted I would assume because of a race or gender or sexual orientation remember she said a month ago to my Denard said quote for people like me who represent the future of the Democrat party and endorsement of Jim Neal says to to those that you don't care about people who are black you know care about people or gay you don't care about people are growing up in poverty and this is the woman in charge of the inclusion and good government committee let's continue five one three seven four nine seven thousand are you shocked dismayed what is this to the long term to the bank so what does it do to the music project the music venue what does it do for hilltop what is it due to the relationship that the attorney has with the county commissioner who employed him my understanding the needs tree houses saying I didn't know this was going on and the attorney representing the county was under the tutelage of Joe deters who was completely in the dark about what was going on we have two lines open five one three seven four nine seven thousand my airwaves are yours next on news radio seven hundred WLW.
Will Early Retirements Crash the Economy?
"I recently saw a poll that was sponsored by T. Rowe price it showed forty three percent of millennial workers expect to retire before the age of sixty five that compares to thirty five percent of those from generation. X. which is ages forty fifty five. This survey was referenced in an article by Gina Smith Alec of The New York Times. The article was titled. How millennials could make the FEDS job harder. The subtitle they love the idea of retiring early that could diminish the Federal Reserve's firepower the article reference. How millennials in order to leave the workforce early with need to build up massive retirement funds and buy less things and that lack of demand could hit consumption which would slow economic growth leading to ever lower interest rates. The author mentioned the paradox of Thrift. Which is if everyone tries to save in mass that could lead to lower economic growth lower inflation and trip up the economy. She writes when consumers save a big portion of their income. They are not spending as much on dinners out. Movie Nights and cars businesses respond by investing less than equipment and technology and productivity stalls. Bosses are unwilling to pay their workers more for the same output and week pay gains further restrain spending. Would a wave of early retirements cause such economic turmoil? That's what we're going to explore in this episode. The fear that early retirements would cause economic. Turmoil is not new. It was prevalent in the nineteen twenties. Which are sometimes called the roaring twenties because it was a period where economic growth was very very strong in the US was following World War. One Manufacturers really hit their stride. They were able to produce goods that were affordable to the masses the economy the measure of output gross domestic product grew by about forty two percent during the nineteen twenties that compares to about twenty five percent economic growth during the most recent decade real per capita GDP. The amount of output produced per person grew from sixty five hundred dollars. This is on a real basis so negative inflation to nine thousand seven dollars about a forty percent increase between twenty ten and twenty nineteen real per capita GDP in the US grew from just under fifty thousand to just over fifty eight thousand about a seventeen percent increase now is from a smaller base in the nineteen twenties but it was a period expansion even greater than the expansion of the most recent decade where we didn't have any economic recessions in the US in the nineteen twenties. There were several brief periods of economic contraction. But generally speaking the economy was doing very very well Lincoln steffens. He's an investigative journalist was known for his investigations on corruption. Business in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight he wrote big business in America is producing what the socialist held up as their goal food shelter and clothing for all president. Calvin coolidge said. This is essentially a business country. Journalist Samuel Strauss in the Atlantic monthly in one thousand nine hundred eighty four wrote. This is our proudest boast. The American citizen has more comforts and conveniences than kings had two hundred years ago. He pointed out the signs of that prosperity. Automobiles radios buildings bathrooms furs furniture. Ocean LINERS HOTELS BRIDGES VACUUM CLEANERS. Cameras Bus Lines Electric Toasters moving pictures. Railway cars packaged foods telephones. Pianos novels comics. These things were made available. Because of mass production efficiencies in the manufacturing process they were also accessible to the public not only because the prices were affordable but credit was available installment purchases
Who Owns Florida's Wisteria Island, A Developer Or The Government? Judge To Decide
"Having me at the southern tip of Florida is key west beyond that is Wiz Styria island a small island created by the US navy nearly a century ago NPR's Greg Allen reports it is at the center of a court battle between a developer of the federal government both say they own it there are no bridges to wisteria island it's less than a mile off shore and you need a boat to get there seven now cliff Hartman brings is digging out to the boat the ferry as to shore he sometimes called the mayor of wisteria island that was a joke because whenever I saw someone new here I would tell them you got to be careful with fire don't camp on the beach don't bring rowdy people out here apartment is part of an informal community for whom wisteria island is home he's been here fifteen years like many he sleeps on his boat keep the cap on the island apartments as most working Key West but can't afford to live there walking around the island he points out the sites it's sandy and rocky just over twenty acres with native plants like mangroves and see grapes there's a problem maybe fifteen little camps around the people's day this is someone from town that come out here in the weekends there's some more permanent it's a squatter's community the one that's been here for decades going back at least to the nineteen sixties are knows your art and his wife nausea lived on their boat anchored off the island for eighteen years we raise our kids on boat they grew up are they I mean basically we stay I known was there they ground about a decade ago the burns dean family the island's owners began making plans to build a luxury resort they're concerned about what that would mean for Key West and community on wisteria island George started to dig into its history it's what's known as a supporter lightly created by the navy with material dredged from the key west barber channel in the early nineteen fifties the state of Florida agreed to sell it to a powerful local politician was later resold and eventually acquired by the burned stains working with a local newspaper or no and not just your argument to a National Archives facility near Washington DC and asked to see everything they had on wisteria island neighborhood this card was boxes and boxes and boxes of things we said there for like days and days and we can back was a letter from the president of United States saying let's Coolidge nineteen twenty four saying reserving the item for the navy that letter along with other documents uncovered by the George have convinced the U. S. government that it not the burns dean family is wisteria islands rightful owner the government has asked a federal judge to certify its ownership in a lawsuit that set to go to trial this spring a key part of the case deals with an arcane piece of U. S. history the nineteen fifty three submerged lands act that law transferred from the federal government to the states ownership of the area within three miles of the coast to reserve for the federal government quote all lands filled in built up or otherwise reclaimed by the United States for its own use Bruce rogo the lawyer representing the burns dean family says that's the key point the navy never had a use for wisteria island they had to put this spoil somewhere and they put it on what turned out now to be was teary island so they created the island but they didn't created for their own use they created as a depository to put the spoil for the burn sting family the government's decision to reassert its claim came as a blow the properties worth tens of millions of dollars and the families pay taxes on it for more than fifty years Key West also has a lot riding on the case for cliff apartment and many others the rag tag community on wisteria key is a last vestige of the way key west used to be unconventional but self reliant most of people in town think this island is this a haven for scalawags and sometimes it is but this is also one of the only places where kids can come play out in nature if the government is successful in its lawsuit Hartman and many others here hoping with story island will be preserved as a natural area or
"coolidge" Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC
"May be seated calvin coolidge one said nothing in the world can take the place of persistence he said talent will not nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with great talent he said genius will not unring warded genius is almost proverb he said education will not the world is full of educated derelict's and then he said persistence and determination alone are omnipotent persistence and determination alone i contend that it is consistence end determination termination that brings us to the place that god can move on us the way he did here today i believe it is are consistent effort are worship whether we feel like it not are desire to serve him whether our hearts are stirred up or not there are days when it's easy to serve him there are days when it's more difficult to serve him there are days when we want to do right there are days when we don't want to do right and it is the persistence and the determination alone that gets the job done then you say a man my mother taught me that lesson when i was a boy growing up she had three boys me my older brother were the worst to and i was the worst because of him it was his fault but a we a real lies that you could stay home from school if you were sick and so we tried it we woke up and we were sick and we stayed home in my mother notice notice about ten thirty shortly after the bus left and we had held out as long as we could we didn't seem so sick anymore and she packed are things got are schools closed on us drove us the school from that moment on i will never forget the words of my mother when i would wake up in the morning and say mom i feel sick today she would say without doubt and i quote verbatim you'll feel better once you get there.
"coolidge" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Say Calvin Coolidge who is the oldest longest time ago old tiniest president who's time on earth intersected with Diane fines, she is old enough to avert a letter to Calvin Colegio as an. Fairly rare. Hoover live to ninety years old. He died in nineteen sixty four. It was president from twenty nine through thirty three. If I may get back to the substance, which nobody wants. I grabbed the Calvin Coolidge audio for no reason. The government. That's everybody fantastic. Right. Staying Feinstein so far. That's what jail Giuliani's out saying today, basically about this letter that came out last night to the Washington Post Giuliani saying, well, if you had made a conclusion either decided one way or the other than we will wouldn't have had to jump in here. But you didn't did you. That's why there's confusion. A new study is suggesting autism can now be diagnosed in children as young as fourteen months valley. Cow that finding is a lot earlier. Tester with a what would you save your? Yeah. That finding is much earlier than the previous diagnosis autism with children are three or four years old. And I'd say, especially who treat kids with what's called autism spectrum disorder say the really early diagnosis can mean a lot earlier intervention. Well, yeah. Dang. It is somebody who's dealt with this. The parents would know what they're dealing with your kid isn't disobedient their brain isn't working,.
"coolidge" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"In the twenty first century and established it clearly in his time in the White House. We're looking back to his childhood and this young man Calvin Coolidge living in a boardinghouse house across the street. This odd. Fact if him shaving with his hat on his spotted by young woman named grace grace Goodhew who teaches at a school for the deaf Amady. Congratulations and very good evening to you. And thank you for grace Goodhew spotting calculus shaving with his hat on. What did she make of him? And what did he make of her when they first met? I she sent him a flower pot. According to your book evening Hammadi evening and thank you for noticing. She saw the man in the in the young man in the boy grew grace Goodhue had wonderful perceptions about people. She was empathetic. She was a teacher. She got the death to speak. Right. And she saw in that quiet man with the hat taking himself. So seriously, she saw the Ambien and determination. And also the the good spirit. But it's an interesting way for a girl to meet a guy. Yeah. Right. Yeah. And I do in the book, you know? Really, I think wanted someone to break in to him. He wasn't going to break the other way. She was seen colorful and charismatic and he was restrained. He has red hair she has dark hair, but they're both from Vermont. They're both Yankees. Let's start with calculus. He's born into a farming community and a farming town in his father Coolidge, Cal Coolidge is a farmer as well. As a part time legislature the way you are in Vermont. His mother dies Cal coolest mother dies when he's twelve. He admires his father a great deal. What does he take from his father, the farmer legislator that a man can do everything there were very few things? His father couldn't do you. See he ran the store they had the post office there. He was the sheriff. They're wonderful books in the Calvin Coolidge memorial foundation in that area, which is Plymouth notch. Vermont you I saw what his father's notebooks contained snow tax collect or pay. Hey money for one person to take care of the little minutia of town management of the community chest that what his father didn't was. Of course, the town meeting what we might call selectmen, you know, they had small-time legislating small-time government, hiring schoolteacher. And and it knows as there wasn't even mandatory highschool and Coolidge sister qualified to teach high school or teach school rather. Sorry. I misspoke at an early age like thirteen or fourteen or something like that. And Coolidge, I think did as well. So imagine a tiny village and the incredible struggle for self sufficient, save their Yankees. And they're very proud of it. They hardly talk about it. They just act upon it every day my measure of Yankees. And I know something of my family is diligence industry and thrift to those terms apply to Coolidge when he's in Vermont. Well, oh my gosh. Yes, they're they're all thrifty. There. There wasn't much money. They had some wealth. But it wasn't always in the form of money. So you see his grandmother worked as a midwife? She wove. The father. They tried all sorts of things grandfather raised had a stallion for awhile. You know, raised put him out to stud, they had all different ways of raising money in this very poor place where it was hard to farm. Not like the midwest right where where later authorities went into that village and didn't find much that was arable. And yet they stayed in the family, particularly we're the ones who stayed. And that's what the beginning of the book is about and not all of them did. Well, right. So so you have one branch of the family that is the particular line to the president John Coolidge in his son, Calvin Coolidge, staying up others leaving impart like John Deere. Remember, John Deere who? Are the great innovator with our modern tractors the John Deere company did leave Vermont because he couldn't make it. They're afraid of debt in bankruptcy. Coolidge is left to. But these particular Coolidge is believed they were able to see because of their thrust striking to me. It is John Calvin Coolidge junior who becomes president John Calvin Coolidge is father John Calvin the sponsor of what becomes the Presbyterian church. But the inheritor the Calvin part, this is the inheritor of the Puritans who set themselves apart their covenant with God, John Calvin Coolidge junior. The president is not especially churched, nor is he God. Fearing is that a significant factor in his life? But I do think he's God fearing Calvin president Calvin Coolidge, but he's not Cherchi. No his did that I mean in marriage. We sent him to divide these things up and grace was Turkey. Grace took him to the Edward's church in Northampton where he lived where they met, and I think took him in Washington to Dr Pierce to congregational church. And he did eventually join a church. You, you know, you you're if you're steeped in the church, you don't always need to join a church, and there is a political component to if you are a politician to belong to a church. And and Coolidge was also a politician and he wanted to be friends with everyone. And he thought if he joined one church officially that meant he wasn't joining another inequalities background. You can find a little bit of Baptist a little bit of Methodist and politically that was better. But but he was God fearing he was deeply spiritual. Let's take him off to Amherst college because he prepares for school. But he's not he's not an especially gifted scholar, and he works very hard. But by the time he gets to Amherst he is not ready for the first year. He then retreats to do some additional studying. He has the intellectual skills, but he's not an athlete. He arrives back at Amherst college. And this is a centerpiece of Yonki scholarship at the time. It's located in the middle of Massachusetts, the frontier, the part that were regarded as the wild west, and he's surrounded by names that are significant we recognize the Dickinson's, for example today, the family. That gave us Emily Dickinson. The poet at the same time Coolidge does blossoms when he's at Amherst. But he doesn't blossom to join things is this where we establish that he is a stronger individual than he is a team player. I I he had. Yes, Coolidge was not always a joiner he joined the Republican party. But he was quite particular about not joining. He was one of those children who doesn't join on principle, and then feels a little lonely. I mean, I love this story because it's a story of someone who almost failed so many times and yet prevailed through his persistence, and so when you get sick almost doesn't get into college. He actually kind of falls apart when he sits the Amherst exam. Imagine a young man sitting there wing hundred eighteen pounds or so one hundred twenty one pounds with red hair red with red hair and pants that are too short for fashion sitting and writing test and deciding he has bronchitis than indeed getting something bad probably bronchitis or pneumonia and running home. And that's it for the year. He's not entering Amherst. They all expected, and then it was really only because if you loopholes in a recession that Coolidge did get into Amherst. There was a loophole a school called Saint John's Berea wonderful school that still exists. Am had a system whereby one could get a certificate of entrance to Amherst. If you went up there and were a student and his old head from his his school. Which is in love, though, wrote Saint John's Berea and Coolidge went up there and the school needed the money. So they took this young man and prepped him for Amherst and with that certificate Coolidge got in and then was promptly basically ignored by every fraternity in this intensely Greek school Amherst, so we got into Amherst, but he's certainly didn't get into the center of the social life. He's surrounded by men who will go on to be prominent. I just want to get him back to grace before we turn to his life. As a politician grace finds a man who is older than many. He has not married, although he has political ambitions here in north Hampton does. She does she approve of his political ambitions. I think she does what she sees is the essential seriousness of Calvin whatever party. He is. And it's a different kind of marriage. It's an old fashioned marriage. She called their marriage a harness which sounds unromantic for two and that they have. She said they had to work together and one horse had to be stronger horse. And but it's also a great love story because she subordinated some of herself to him. He also subordinated some of infidels for her and off they went when they get together. The the people were appalled that a such. A quiet guy is Calvin this young lawyers, a young attorney just recently read the law got the most beautiful girl in town. Let's let's say she's not just somewhat pretty she was beautiful. She had perfect complexion new read all the friends of Calvin who kind of thought they were the only ones who liked him were surprised Calvin got grace. How did he do that book is Coolidge Amady schlaize is the author? When next we meet Cal Coolidge. He is Lieutenant governor of Massachusetts being celebrated by the Amherst alumni, I'm John bachelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Did you know that studies have shown did you know that studies have shown that we need over ten servings of fruits and veggies every single day. If you're like me, it's hard to find the time and money to prepare and eat all of those fruits and vegetables who can do that yet..
The news you missed during your summer vacation
"Been a busy week in Washington. So I did something very purposeful for the last part of the summer. I had not many of you know, I got on this show because I I was in talk radio for many years. And even though the show's been around for twenty two years, I was doing talk radio simultaneously insanity. When Los Angeles. So I was the talk radio guy. Yeah. Be in a studio talking talking on the radio show. So, but I was it was it was, you know, politics and local economy, stop, and this and that how it affects. So since I had no I got out of the local. I mean, I I still do a lot of it. But I'm not full-time. I fall fill in here and there just because it's time consuming, Pat my career in however. I said purposely at the end of the summer starting at the beginning of August. I was gonna shut off CNN Fox News MSNBC CNBC, all news stations. I was gonna listen to any news for a month. You did. And you went to Maui to start it all off. I did I went to Maui with rusty to start off because the problem is in this business. Yeah. People say all the time. How do you guys prep or always prepping because they're always listening? Okay. Turn up listening to yacht. Rock. Yacht rock on. Yeah. No. I'm not kidding. I've been listening to rock on what's the thing called. But that'd be serious or I heart. This is your rock, by the way, I heart radio. This is this was the era of rock, by the way. But like the PINA colada song, for example. Hammock rock. I got Hanukkah. A month. So I want to get back. He's back from. Perpetual, the that he never stops. Never stops. News. And he is he is appears the purveyor of political dot com. He's the author of the book the divided era, Tom, delbra Korotan. How are you, sir? Great to have you on. So I'm not kidding. When I say this the only thing I heard about in the news. I heard John McCain died, obviously because I saw that. I I saw there was some sort of a publication thing where the newspapers came out and said f you Donald Trump or something I didn't I didn't. I didn't even know what that was. But honestly that is as far as I paid attention to the news it literally twenty seven days. So catch us all up, and what's the latest? Here you go. Well, latest is that Trump announced his trade deal with Mexico. Being president. He's got this crazy notion. Show up to work every day and actually. They get to the mid and they're Evan election year. And and they're afraid to do anything. So. So. Really big deal. Markets have responded. Well, NASDAQ went to a new height. They expanded candidates to come along and complete that was in the next couple of months as well. So on business notion the idea that foster economic growth leading Cal Cal Calvin Coolidge, say of America's business, and that the government should get out of the way Trump soon. Yeah. Oh boy. There are those who would want to bring down the presidency for game. That's the competition. Matt America's in these days, and that groups Robert Mueller, and that's not going as well. Although I do. Paul manafort's wind up in jail. That is to be bad lawyer and even dumber client. Lanny Davis Clinton attorney now represents him. Is committing atrocious ethical issues and overstating the fast. I'm not sure that have that much of an impact. But here's. I don't know if anybody does as Thompson attorney, Tom, Tom double cars, a practicing attorney. Oh, good. I need help. When you. Must've got that from Russia. I was worried. Good. I just tell you about rusty nails. When he went to. Rusty males goes to Russia. And what does what do you do when you're taking some downtime and Russia can take your laptop down in the lobby just opened up your laptop and yet. You start hitting online in Russia got high act on my Email list. And you get me get a. Weird radio. It's me. It's all done with emojis. Anyway. So Tom talk about legal the legal east side of this thing. First of all, you talk about you talk about being a bad client in a bad lawyer Manafort, though on the other side of the fence. I would I would argue that if he were if he was convicted as he was and he's probably going to go to jail. This is if there was if if Mueller had anything on him he would have used it over his head to say, well, I'm going to reduce your sentence. Obviously, this means that Miller has nothing on him. Correct. Thank you. Because popadopoulos. Plea bargain calling plea bargain. Manafort, plea bargain, if anybody was gonna know anything about alleged wrongdoings Trump related to the election and would have been those three and it didn't happen. Muller's pushing ahead. Meanwhile, judge let's out terrorists in Mexico desert lets them out on bail manafort's in solitary confinement. The American people seem as they recognize this. And what is going on right now is getting hurt in the polls by these things because it's the numbers are already baked in more hot a chance to be objective. One day. The media had a chance to be objective ruined. Even the I had a chance to fall on both sides. And do what was right? They haven't done it. CBS pollen shows that the more they lean on Trump stronger. His base gaps in wine to get out and reelect Republicans just asked me, I'm still a big fan. So. What about obviously in the economy is just killing it? What about what about this talk? Is. There have been recent talking about Democrats take the takeover congress take the house impeachment. Is there is that kind of died down? Or is that sorta that's going? Fever pitch MSNBC was talking about. This is the end sort of saying, and what's interesting about that is the numbers haven't changed that much now. With this new deal with Mexico unlikely another deal with candidate before the election. Once you're gonna see economies. Dwell. Todd turn after turn off your CPA. He's so piper interview after us to call them on Skype. You can take that. That's all right. Honestly, though, the fever pitch fever pitch. Part of this thing is really interesting. Stay right there, Tom because I'm gonna keep you over here. I think for me, I think I think it's going to be interesting to find out how the false because we got you know, got elections come up enough. Sixty sixty three days,
Advances in IVF testing spurring debate over "mosaic" embryos
"From a comb to Farmington and all points in between the news watch never stops on NewsRadio nine fifty Causing. Some controversy. And the fertility world some experts torn over whether mosaic embryos should be implanted for. Birth Dr Tara Narula has the story in two thousand fifteen very Joe Shane. Don lost their only child Luke to a rare cancer at seventeen months old I just didn't imagine continuing to live without my baby was just excruciating pain I was determined that would this wasn't going to be, the thing that was going to Ruin us the Dunn's decided to try for another child but in their. Mid forties new conceiving would be hard they endured nearly two years. Of. Failed in vitro fertilization treatments after six retrievals and. Seventy thousand. Dollars their hopes of a child came down to two remaining embryos embryos the Dunn's. Initially set aside the reason they didn't test genetically normal escape them because they. Weren't perfect right and then the end result is those are the two that the perfect Twin. Girls Riley and Kelsey were born nine months, later the embryo testing the, Dunn's opted for is called. PG s testing preemployment genetic screening it takes a biopsy of just a handful of cells from the. Outer layer of an embryo to determine if it's chromosomal healthy then. Classified as normal or abnormal in two thousand fourteen advances in this screening made it possible to detect, when. An embryo has a mix of normal and abnormal cells called mosaic embryos The twins grew from mosaic embryos Doctors believe in some cases those abnormal cells can self-correct or be pushed to. The placenta leaving the embryo healthy, but because, the biopsy is small the challenges knowing the extent of abnormality, and what that means for pregnancy how did they explain what mosaic means the mosaic embryo can either fail to implant and you could miscarry you could have. A child with birth defects are you could have a perfectly healthy. Baby that's with every pregnancy really but the decision to transfer these embryos using IVF. Is spurring debate among fertility experts Dr Jamie Griffin is. The director of NYU Langone fertility centre. Mosaic embryos are not abnormal embryos abnormal. Embryos don't make babies or pregnancies Was ak- have potential they don't. Have the same potential as a chromosomal normal embryo but they can make babies Griffith says mosaic embryos carry a higher risk of miscarriage we have to learn which ones are more likely to, make the baby and which ones are less likely and then patients get to decide. Whether us that embryo according to, one study, mosaic embryos create a baby roughly one third of the time, out of seventy eight transferred mosaic embryos the study found twenty four healthy babies were born but some doctors like Mandy cats Jaffe scientific director at the Colorado. Center for reproductive medicine cautioned against implanting mosaic embryos pointing to a. Lack of long term studies of babies born from them we really don't know the. Answer to the full question of what is the probability. That MS AAC embryo will result in. Either affected baby or a healthy baby For the Dunn's they believe they are living proof. Of its value if one person sees this interview and decides you know. What I have a mosaic embryo that I was questioning whether, or not to transfer here we, are like it's, worth taking that chance had CBS. Says Dr Tara Narula reporting parts of the city of Troy are dealing with low water pressure and it's. Going to be around for the weekend get this story from NewsRadio nine fifty zero Hct the city of Troy gets its water from the Great Lakes water authority and one of. The incoming lines is high pressured the city has, to reduce that to an acceptable, level says public works director Kurt Boven seat in this, case the pressure is reducing, from about one hundred and fifty psi and we reduce that down to. About fifty psi that pressure reducing valve failed which could potentially cause further problems down the road to our customers so we were able to shut the valve off Bypass valve in in control it with other means Boven seep, says they are working to replace it no boil. Water advisory is in effect, but residents in the area of waddles to south boulevard and Adams. To Coolidge are asked to reduce their water usage Zahur Hooper WJ NewsRadio nine fifty police. In Portland, Oregon are preparing for clashes. That could turn violent when a rally organized by a white wing group is that was self-described described antifascist counter-protestors. Patriot pair leader Joey Gibson says his followers will be Busta Portland today with arms curiosity and group members he. Says we'll be carrying concealed guns Gibson has staged several similar marches in the city in recent months that have ended with people hospitalized and arrested Gibson said he won't stop bring his followers to Portland until they. Can express. Their right wing views without, interference self-described anti-fascist or antifa have been organizing to confront patriot prayer in an affiliated group known as the proud boys W. w j news time is reformed five Now time for sports on NewsRadio nine fifty w w j pretty much pitcher's duel, to lefties on the mound out in Oakland California Tigers versus the as Blaine hardy took. It seven innings and allowed just one hit they both. Had no hitters going for a while there and then this happened.
Influenza, Michigan and Troy discussed on 24 Hour News
"Eights NewsRadio nine The news watch never stops The Michigan department is testing to see if the two people who tested positive for influenza a. have the same flu virus. Strain as he sick pigs they were exposed to coups at the Fowlerville family. Fair had to shut down the swine exhibit was confirmed that, several of them have wine flu Lynn with the health department says they want people to. Take precautions at these events we want people to enjoy the, Pharisees are a, wonderful thing but you know if you are going to, be seeing the livestock barns maybe not take any food or drink in their toys pacifier, 's strollers and you, know maybe, if you are you know have any. Kind of underlying health conditions you either stay away from those Barnes or definitely. Do not touch the animals Several more. People who attended the fair reporting flu like symptoms they're being tested as well The of Michigan among dozens of states. Under a voluntary recall involving almond milk HP, hood LLC the company that makes almond breeze milk is calling back about one. Hundred forty five thousand half gallons of almond breeze because the products may. Contain actual milk that's not listed as an allergen on the carton. Run, person is reported having a reaction to the product did not require, any medical treatment however if you're okay. With milk not. Lactose intolerant or anything like that you can go ahead and, drink it it's not dangerous Parts of the city of Troy dealing. With low water pressure until Monday it's really an adviser who were as more the city of Troy gets its water from the Great Lakes water authority. In one. Of the incoming lines is, high pressured the city has to reduce that to an acceptable level says public works director Kurt Boven thief in this. Case the the pressure is reducing from one. Hundred and fifty psi. And we reduce that down to about fifty psi that, pressure reducing valve, failed which could potentially cause further problems down the road to our customers so we were able to shut the veil often bypass. The valve in in control with other means, Boven seep says they are working to replace it no boil water advisory is. In effect but residents in the area of waddles to south boulevard and. Adams to Coolidge are asked to reduce their water usage her Hubert. W, w j NewsRadio nine fifty the flu is contagious you may want, to take extra precaution if you're obese. Our health reporter Dr dental lights details people who are obese and have. The flu are contagious longer than people who are thinner according. To a new study the reason it takes obese individuals longer shed the flu, virus Aubrey Gordon. Is a researcher, at the university of Michigan we were able to detect influenza, virus in their upper respiratory system so that they're..
Court calls Trump "sanctuary cities" executive order unconstitutional
"Area Because you don't like the fires Went all equality for CBS news Redding California don't say you weren't Warren Michigan state police planning a crackdown four today along. M fourteen between two seventy five, in the Wayne washtenaw county line they'll be out looking for people who were speeding or driving. Aggressively along with other traffic infractions the Genesee county prosecutor's office says a shooting involving the. Royal Oak police, officer was justified David, Leighton says investigation shows that officer Keith a Berango fired and hit Antonio Gordon as he tried to ram his BMW through a blockade while at the white castle dry through at thirteen mile and Coolidge WWE showed the surveillance video of the shooting. To the brother of. The victim Alex Gordon a horrible so, worse than you could ever imagine especially me I have to live after pass. By the place every single day, I live two blocks from that and I have. To live here every single day and now, this guys on the street again you're. Not, convinced that he was justified no not at all Sh- shot him while driving away shot him is driving away anybody in their right. Mind who's not a. Police officer that shoot somebody in the, back goes to jail for us their lives Gordon is concerned the police will. Not give them a straight answer, as to win officer Birenge will be back out. On the streets you convert view that surveillance, video up on our website bad WWE? News, Radio dot com WBZ news time. One thirty five the American Civil Liberties union suing ice and the Federal Bureau of prisons claiming that immigrants seeking asylum are being held in inhumane conditions and denied. Proper care ACLU's national prison project senior staff, attorney Victoria Lopez teens a network of immigration prisons across the country where the conditions are. Incredibly harsh where you know we see that there are people, dying in these, immigration detention facilities because of medical neglect it was an early may that. Attorney general Jeff Sessions ordered the prosecution of those entering the country illegally the decision for children to be separated from. Their parents. As the adults. Went through the legal proceedings the TSA discussing potentially eliminating security screenings of. Passengers at tier three and tier four airports. These are the very small airports that have limited commercial, service although CBS, news transportation corps Kris van cleave tells us it's highly unlikely this matter was proposed by. A working group it has come up, before has, been considered I'm told many times before and as one former assistant minister told me quote never gets any legs under the security checks were eliminated when travelers. Or then travelers and, luggage would instead, be screened when their flights connect to higher volume airports President Trump's executive order that threatened to, withhold funding from, these so-called sanctuary cities exceeded his authority according to a two to one ruling by the. Ninth US circuit court of appeals CBS news legal analyst Thane Rosenbaum has more yet the ninth circuit also held that the lower court incorrectly blocked enforcement of President. Trump's attempt to punish sanctuary cities all across, the nation this decision only applies to California's sanctuary cities the ninth circuit ruled that there. Wasn't yet enough evidence to warrant and injunction against Trump's executive, order nationwide Mr., Trump zigzag Order focused on a federal statute that prohibits, federal state and local officials from restricting the sharing of information that's, related, to an individual's immigration or citizenship status. WBZ news time one thirty seven right now. It's partly cloudy sixty seven degrees for Detroit..
Teen drivers take more risks after trading learner permits for licenses
"Lundberg gasoline prices slipped a little they're down three cents in the past two weeks to a new. Average regular grade, at two ninety one in this panel San Francisco was the high. Three seventy one and the lowest Baton Rouge at two, fifty she says prices have fallen because of declining crude oil prices and a reduced demand for gas across. The US they're, still fifty nine cents higher than, this time last year Pam Coulter, CBS news meantime after trading. Learner permits for licenses teenage drivers tend to engage in riskier business on the roads once team's trade, that learner's permit for a license a new study. Finds during the first, year going solo they were over six times, more likely to crash or narrowly escaped collisions than adults they also were nearly four times more likely to Exhibit risky driving. Behaviors the National Institute of child health and human development study included, ninety six year olds on average driving a total of, four hundred and ninety thousand miles as parents. Put in more. Than twice as many miles as a group the teens experienced one hundred and forty. Eight near crashes sixty. Nine collisions in nine crashes reported to police I'm Barbara Kusak w w j news time nine fifty. Two this is Dennis, do Bacher the Michigan department of transportation has announced that the contract has been signed for. The next, segment of the reconstruction and improvement or I seventy five in Oakland County beginning next year eight miles. Of I seventy five will be rebuilt between Coolidge. Highway at, thirteen mile road people. Involved, replacement of eighteen structures of drainage, installing noise walls and adding of the high occupancy vehicle aims also known as HOV lanes preliminary work will begin. This fall with the rebuilding to take place in two, thousand nine hundred and two thousand twenty during the construction two lanes of I seventy. Five will be open in each direction the entire I seventy five modernization project involves. Rebuilding the total of eighteen miles of freeway replacing bridges and Eddie the HOV lane which will bring I seventy five up to current design..
"coolidge" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Now calvin coolidge is a very short segment so as if directly admonishing woodrow wilson july five one thousand nine hundred thousand six hundred thirtieth presents great president he delivered his own speech in philadelphia at independence on so the american revolution represented the informed mature convictions of a great mass of independent liberty loving god fearing people who knew the rights and possess the carriage the dare to maintain them the continental congress was not only composed of great men but a represented a great people and while its members did not fail to exercise remarkable leadership they were equally observant of the representative capacity they were industrious and encouraging their constituents to instruct them to support independence but it tells such instructions were given they're inclined to withhold action a spring will cease to flow of its source driver they tree will wither if its roots be destroyed in its main features the declaration of independence is a great spiritual document it is a declaration not material but of a spiritual conception equality liberty popular sovereignty the rights of man these are not elements which we can see and touch their ideals they have their source on their roots in the religious convictions they belong to the unseen world unless the faith of the american people in these religious convictions is to endure the principles of our declaration will perish we cannot continue to enjoy the result if we neglect an abandoned the cause we are too prone to overlook another conclusion governments do not make ideals but ideals make governments this is both historically and logically true he's pounding away at the progressives of course the government can help to sustain ideals and can create institutions through which they can be the better observed but their source by their very nature is in the people that people have to bear their own responsibilities there is no method by which that burden can be shifted to the government it is not the enactment but the observance of the laws that creates the character of the nation and about the declaration there is a finality that is exceedingly restful it is often asserted that the world has made a great deal of progress in seventeen seventy six the we have had new thoughts and new experiences which had given us a great advance over the people that day and that we may therefore well that very well discard their conclusions for something more modern by that reasoning cannot be applied to this great charter if all men are created equal that is final if they are endowed with an alien while rights that is final if governments derive their power from the consent of the governed that is final no advance no progress can be made beyond those propositions and if anyone wishes to deny the truth or they're soundness the only direction in which he can proceed historically is not forward but backward to the time when there was no equality no right so the individual no rule of the people and those who wish to proceed in that direction cannot lay claim to progress they are reaction amen to calvin coolidge this is the paddle we're fighting today hi i'm kyle cox owner of blindster dot com blindster is.
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"coolidge" Discussed on WTMA
"Show cal coolidge calvin coolidge is now president of the united states by accident warren harding dis uh suddenly in august of nineteen 2003 all of the scandals they're not solve but coolidge is running on his own and he runs with modesty and brevity and he certain that he's going to produce a successful administration as the harding administration he did not regard his success that key to his understanding as i take it from umno is that he is and he uses the word obsessed obsession about the budget why and what does he me it coolidge believed it and this is the economic that interest us he believed that we had to cut he believed in austerity he said he believed an austerity he he had no hesitation um about that if you go and look i am i'm for economy and after that i am four more economy i i'm not reading from anything so if i misquotes say they've forgive me but he also said that just spending money with characteristic of undeveloped people he did not hesitate to shame w he didn't like spending and there was a good logic to it wasn't because he he did government it was to help the people so they shouldered a lighter burden such different thinking from today exactly the way they ran back home with everybody shoulder the burden so that it wasn't a pushed off on the government well he saw his father collect taxes he is father wrote around carried people around and cards and took them to jail in the story and there's an ancestor who went to jail over dutt uh is not a direct one it was all over coolidge twenty nine dollar debt very small debt like dickins and there there is a family fight over a piece of land that could she didn't how he knew the bitterness of that so i i find him actually quite pera much parallel to robert frost phone call interview that as uh hammadi features i love this this is during the campaign he's campaigning as a risky precedent he say laying it out to the people you vote for me this is what you're going to get he speaking to jewish philanthropist and he says that a budget is sort of obsession with me he.
"coolidge" Discussed on Remso Republic
"Is very true and i think for republicans when the left's he okay here's my biggest gripe about republicans when the left says they're going to do something really really scary and really really stupid they do it but they doubled down when the republicans run i out forgot who said this but they run is libertarians and then a lot of them try and govern like democrats i mean i remember in you know in 2015 you had paul ryan's first major obstacle it was the giant omnibus spill anz he called that a victory because all he did was move a little bit of money from this program any put it towards like light rail or something and he put towards a little bit to fans and all that he tried calling that victory and with republicans now it's like they repealed obamacare you know in the senate and the house several times while obama was president when they were trying to fundraising win elections and then now they run net show and they're like oh we didn't really mean it i mean look at the democrats they could obstruct it's like you've got a majority brow all you have to do is do what you said you were gonna do i think coolidge is rolling over in his grave when he looks at today's republican party yeah i think you might have a boy but i think i think coolidge was also rolling over in his grave when he looked at his own republican party i mean not not terribly long after coolidge you have hoover elected who couldn't do be any more anymore different than coolidge i mean coolidge detested in opposed special interest in and hoover basically under wrote most of them so i think i think that's always this this tendency you know it's not it's never popular position to stand for conservatism and for liberty it never is it's always a very small percentage of the population that ever truly will i think i think a big part of it is.
"coolidge" Discussed on Remso Republic
"But at the same time you have a lot of people that jump for a guy like that bombastic him or people really liked trump it out because they have anything to do with the walers policies or anything else is just that they likes people that could go around them break things so my question is do you think if calvin coolidge were to run for office today do you think not let's exclude you know could he win a general election do you think he could even get past a republican primary prior to the previous republican primary i have study it would have a at least a fighting chance but you know the the way the republican party looks today i i really don't know i mean he can have a shot at the libertarian nomination but then that bars not very high when as long as you martyr he if you could have a shot the libertarian nomination well i mean they do have some standards when you breathe pot smoke has to come in and out of your mouth i mean you could be a communist ml so let you come in as as long as you support legalizing marijuana beds that's the litmus test i think for the libertarian party all i love i love my libertarian friends we get along great their party's just kind of a kind of a joke at this point but you know honestly in in the modern republican party it really does seem like they're more interested in in hitting liberals and hitting statists and and and scoring the the cheap victories than than in putting in the time and the effort and trying to win hearts and minds of the next generation you know i am reminded of of a great quote from a good good friend of mine khrieshe dunham he said cheap victories are actually losses you know when the when the victory doesn't cost you anything when it's not what it when when it doesn't cost anything when it's not difficult in the end it actually ends up being being a loss.
"coolidge" Discussed on Remso Republic
"But as a result of that there were riots and looting and and criminals were taking advantage of it it was a very bad situation and coolidge called out the national guard due to deal with the problem and a he established in a couple of speeches and idea that actually is still foundation only jurisprudence today which is that there is no right to strike against the public interest that's why the police to this day can't strike buyer can't strike paramedics can't strike to this day there there is a in in jurisprudence there is a there you have no right to strike against the public interest it's kind of an interesting influence he yet even as governor that really what launched him into contention to run for president in 1919 or '19 '20 exactly and you know i brought it reagan bringing back the cooledge portrait back into the white house but coolidge was cited years later not immediately after but years later is people are still talking about the uh the air traffic controller protest and the fact that reagan fired everybody when they protested reagan said you know a it took a lot of i was scared about my reputation scare about the backlash but you know i had to take a stand in that because they were you know they they were putting so many people at risk and they were you know just really causing calamity in the country he looked back to cooledge and those police protests and said i've got to take a stand and ultimately it worked out better for the country do you think will ever see another leader like that i mean someone that really says.
"coolidge" Discussed on Remso Republic
"We're we're coming up on a point where it seems like you don't have to have any experience in anything to be president i mean for crying out loud that with her rock and kid rock last time i checked neither of them have any public policy experience of any kind or business experience the one of them is an actor and the other one singsong about smoking when he out by the lake get gather rewinding a second when we talk about people falling back in love with the type of coolidge conservatism that you know his mehtab brands for itself yeah ronald reagan when he was first elected president back in 1980 the first thing he day was he brought back a framed portrait of calvin coolidge that had been hiding in a corner that one of the past presidents i think it was johnson took it down and he put in the storage room and reagan put it up in the oval office and you brought up the the police riot earlier i want to talk a little bit more about that but for those of those listing that don't know anything about that can can give them the skinny on that on the riot yeah yeah so basically what had happened was we coolidge was governor of massachusetts the boston police i say vermont earlier i'll know why he was he was from plitt he was from a where was he from uh he was not governor vermont used governor massachusetts apps completely wrong as i said earlier anyway kyle please continue my bad drought so when he was that when he was governor of massachusetts though the boston police went on strike on they were demanding higher wages and better benefits and more out all the things that everyone always goes on strike ford same same communist stump as always.
"coolidge" Discussed on Remso Republic
"When he left office there was a there the government was spending less than when he came into office in real dollar amounts so really giving coolidge is coolidge is unbelievable as far as being just an anomaly in the presidency he has one of he is like the coolest like folklore allegience to that aren't even fake i mean they're they've all been proven one way or another i remember his wife was holding out function at the white house during his first actual term after his election because of harding's death and everything but this one woman was sitting next to him and she was like you now have a bet going on my husband i can get you say more than three words this entire night and coolidge look slather and says you lose and then he got up and went outside at a little bit story another great great coolidge agra them he actually was one of the the very first early presidents to try and improve relationship relations with the the native americans and so there's a couple of really great pictures floating around out there you know that island cales stonefaced as as he normally was wearing a native american chieftains headdress and it it just like the fact that this exist in the history books that i dunno of america would be as great as it is without without president coolidge exactly i mean he was one of the first modern civil rights leaders it not even that the first civil rights republican because i'll go ahead and say the aisle really a lot of people view now the romantic view of lincoln and i don't believe that lincoln was a true civil rights hero i believe they really started with the republican party as we see with history but it really took fx with coolidge coolidge was the one you know in in the 20th century it's not cool to go help out the indians it's not goal to start saying india you know you know we need you need to own your own lands you need to be the masters of your own lives in the federal government's getting way way too involved.