34 Burst results for "Coolidge"

Why the Constitution Is Actually 'Dead'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:00 min | 4 months ago

Why the Constitution Is Actually 'Dead'

"As I follow the hearings with katangi Brown Jackson, it's got to be thinking about her philosophy that the constitution is something that is in a constant process of change. So this is the and I've discussed this before in the podcast, the idea of the living constitution. I came across a very eloquent refutation of this idea. That was given by Calvin Coolidge almost well, almost a century ago. And I just wanted to read it because it's so beautifully states why the constitution and the founding itself are not in some sense living, but are dead in the sense that they reflect enduring principles that have been put down on paper and put down on paper for a reason. So here we go. It's often asserted that the world has made great progress in 1776, and that we have new thoughts and new experiences which have given us a great advance over the people of that day. And we may therefore very well discard their conclusions for something more modern. So see how cool age appears so prescient here in talking about things that people are talking about now. And then says Coolidge, but that reasoning can not be applied to this great charter. If all men are created equal, that's final. If they are endowed with inalienable rights, that's final. If governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed, that's final. No advance, no progress can be made beyond these propositions if anyone wishes to deny to deny their truth or their soundness, the only direction in which he can proceed historically is not forward, but backward toward the time when there was no equality. No rights of the individual. No rule of the people. Those who wish to proceed in that direction can not lay claim to progress, they are reactionary, their ideas are not more modern, but more ancient than those of the revolutionary

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Would Any Other Great President Have Left Afghanistan?

Mark Levin

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Would Any Other Great President Have Left Afghanistan?

"Because what's happened here? Ladies and gentlemen will go down in history hundreds of years from now. Hundreds of years from now. Is one of the most Preposterous, appalling. Surrenders. By any superpower in history of mankind. We surrendered. I'm tired of these people who write to go on TV and so forth, and we never should have been there. We never should have been there. Really? We never should have been there. Almost 3000 of our people slaughtered. The Taliban. Give Al Qaeda safe haven Can you think of any president any great president who would have tolerated that from George Washington and Thomas Jefferson? The Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant. Theodore Roosevelt and Coolidge. Dwight Eisenhower and Ronald Reagan and beyond do you think they would have left? A terrorist cell. In a place where Americans were slaughtered. More deaths, as I recalled

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"coolidge" Discussed on News O'Clock

News O'Clock

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"coolidge" Discussed on News O'Clock

"I want to get back to being a mutt community group. I want to continue having a soccer season. So i can throw parties again so i can go to her. Party's it really be nice to dine in instead of getting delivery for a change so i can feel safe and protected for myself and my students we each have our own reason for why we're getting vaccinated against cova nineteen what we are spe- visit get vaccine answers dot org for information on the covert nineteen vaccines. It's up to you brought to you by the ad council. Did you know that we made the free iheartradio app. So you can listen to hundreds of thousands of podcasts. Anytime you want anywhere you want totally free love music us to we use music for everything we do in our lives and the free iheartradio app has playlists with music. Perfect for every mood and every moment in your day so we thought we'd share those with you to add to that being able to stream your favorite radio stations from anywhere. It's all free on iheartradio number one for music radio and podcasts. All in one app the free iheartradio app goes wherever you go so you can hear all the things you love. That's exactly why we made it. So you can bench all your favorite podcasts. Anytime you want and yes. It's totally free. Add to that being able to stream live radio stations from all over the country and even all over the world from your favorite local stations. Too far off stations and give you a flavor of another city. Iheart has it all number one for music radio and podcasts. All in one free. Welcome back. We're speaking with new york. Magazine's alex john about what's proving to be jennifer. Coolidge is defining role. Hbo's the white lotus now. I think we can point out that. This also isn't the first critically lauded project she's actually been apart of. She was an all of those mid-2000s christopher guest's mockumentary a mighty wind and best in show notably starring alongside people like catherine o'hara and eugene levy. But she didn't get quite as much credit for those projects. So why do you think that is. I think it's because if you play a you know a blond airhead and and i think there's this idea that it doesn't require much skill. Maybe or like that. It's not hard to pull off. But like she's magnificent in best in show and she doesn't quite get the credit for it. You know okay. This seems like a major moment for her. You know we've talked about it like they can't really think of another project we're here. Performance has been singled out. Could this be her. And i'm sorry for this phrase mcconnell since and it's so what kind of role would you really love to see. Her and i mean i would love for her to get to do that. Mike white project you know watch that that sounded great. Though i know i mean i think the way he described it was like imagine jennifer coolidge running away from a snake in the indian ocean screaming and i was like yes i can imagine. Will you know because i know actors are still ultimately hired hands right there sort of like at the whims of directors executive producers. All of these people who decide what they think you can do or the kind of person that you're allowed to be on screen right. And i think that fortunately with mike he is someone who kind of understands the breadth of her ability and that that would be exciting. You know to to get to see her do that. Kind of project where she really is. Fully the leading star. Let's see what she can do. You know now. In your profile of her we really get to see her insecurities and how she's been relegated to supporting roles for her distinctive look or because agents and managers. Let her straight. that's something that i think she even said is just like i sort of like. Let them take over. And i didn't really necessarily like stand up for myself for like what i wanted. So how do you think. Jennifer sees herself in hollywood. Now i mean. Do you think that she sees this as her big moment or has she sort of removed herself from any type of like hollywood analysis. Like this. i mean that's a good question you know like when we talked. I can tell that this would be a moment. You know like as someone who lives on the internet and kind of has a sense of how adored she actually is and i think that this would allow people to sort of see her in a different light. But i don't. I don't know if she really had that conception of like this. This is like a real turning point for me. I know that for herself. She wants to be taking more agency in terms of crafting her career and taking parts and being more aggressive. I think that that's always something that she's admired and other people like arianna 'grande or stuff like that. But yeah so i i think that will we'll see you know. She's always booked him busy though. I will say right because people do love her like she's going to be in shock shotgun wedding with j. and i mean i'm excited to watch it. You know i'm excited to see her do that because she is really good in. Like big comedies. But i would also like her to be able to flex in these different ways that she has clearly shown she can do definitely and we're all ready to watch her do it. Well alex thank you so much for joining us. Today thank you. That's it for today. Come back and join us tomorrow and remember everyone leaves liz. Oh the fuck load unless it's to support her. That's just support her. just support. Also be sure to subscribe to buzz. Daily on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you go for your sound stories and please take the time to leave us. A rating and review. 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"coolidge" Discussed on News O'Clock

News O'Clock

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"coolidge" Discussed on News O'Clock

"So she lives in new orleans. She has a house in new orleans. And it's in the lower garden district. It's this like mansion that was built in the eighteen fifties and it's basically like a haunted house like filled with just antiques old. Oil paintings are moore's velvet furniture upholstered mini bars. All of these things right and it's this thing that she's constantly working on like fixing the foundation the ceiling the wiring. You know there's always something to do with the house right like she's a deeply weird person in a way that like i got to go to new orleans. Spent some time at her house. We spent like three days together which was also something that was way more generous than she. Or the publicist. Publicist obviously did not negotiate that or want that. I don't think she was like very very down to just kind of like invite me into her home. And show me around new orleans. And so i got to really spend a lot of time with her and really kind of understand. You know the person that i think she is that she doesn't really get to show on screen in these personas that she plays. I can't wait to go more. We will be right back with.

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"coolidge" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

09:13 min | 1 year ago

"coolidge" Discussed on Keep It!

"Slump israel unless unless you are won miss billy. Who's second album just dropped on friday. She's happier than ever. And so are we allegedly allegedly. Yeah the the secret is this is an interesting album to be listening to after watching her documentary and knowing everyone she's talking about and hearing her very baldly say things like you don't have a job lyrics this this woman. I love this arab. I'm here for all of it. I'm here for the pinup. The corsets the disrespect. The spoken word giving lucille clifton. On one of these tracks. I'm here for sylvia. Plath we're gonna get to that governor or to get into that okay shel silverstein okay. We're to her spoken word part. The album itself is much sal. Great it is it is. It's great. I was expecting like it. Because you know like fan and thankfully lewis's assing here just tells the songs or too slow these ambien a go too slow for me. It's like okay. Why don't you go like listen to. Liz fares fifteen album. This timbre triangle interests appear. What's in your living room I really can't get over like a lot of the guys who will come for like billy. Someone's being too slow for me and you know it's not giving boxcar because he's operating in this pop space and she's so big. There's like this resentment that she's not doing the mainstream thing that she's still sort of like an indie girl and like in their era. The integrates more like just for them. You know because it's like because like she was giving me like feist one of her song. And i brought it up to a friend who adores feist but hades. Billy islas tom. Like what does the gag here like. What like what's not clicking. Yeah exactly. I think too that. This is a sad young woman. Like how many times do we have to tell you not going to be. Do a leaper running around doing spent like she is dualistic. Not even running around doing spin. Yeah well she's doing her best. She's taking a brisk walk. A brisk walk and a slight turn with a face the face that has a level of focus like she's doing quantum physics that is is giving us boston nova. She's giving us. These are the same thing critiques. I didn't hear for someone like lana del rey like we just took that summertime sadness. Whatever did all the pills with. Lana and we was quiet. Billy gives us tracks like sweet boss. Novas sixties inspired seventies inspired like retro slow ballads and with the mixture of finances. Great modern production and instrumentation is giving. You portishead is giving you the future like is giving you corinne daily. Ray like billy. Her records on there are so many influences in this album from music that i think used to have be sort of disparate. John ras When we were growing up and now it's so exciting to see someone just sort of like mixing them all into one album because of course she grew up loving all this shit like hip hop trip hop pop jazz and coming from the parents a musicians. How some more nepotism. But the card. Because i'm loving the result. Yeah the kind that cultivates talent. Not the kind that pushes you into a room and gives you a studio and One track oxytocin. I think i listened to also goes all the way since. We're one of the best songs i've heard in years. I didn't even know what genre put on. It was reminding me a lot about an rip missing sophie. And the way that like would just Us kind of these chopped up glitch. E sounds beautiful soaring vocals over top. I loved this song. So good Of the playful of it too. You know it's still. Has that fun playfulness of the first album. Where she was like even sam holding the office like you could tell. This is a young girl having fun. i really love. I didn't change my number. I love her vocal inflections. The part where she sort of. I and your best friend to i'm like okay. She's giving us vocals. she's giving us. You know just having fun with lyrics and phrases and Really just relishing. In because music the production a stellar bidding is is on the top of his game and i wanted to pussy initiation plus the end. It is amazing and this is i. Don't wanna pit them against each other. But when i do. I think about sour. Olivia rodriguez last album. The album of the moment contrasted against this one the maturity and billy eyelashes productions song. Everything about it is just light years ahead and it feels like the big sister to sour In a way and i she's slightly older. She slightly also will say that listening to sour with that. You can sense the lyrical maturity there you know because like there are other people writing pop songs that just feels blank and i will say that lake. Olivia in east saugus. Like at least like making a meal out of her emotions in a way that light spouse so much for her future lyrically. They're both great here. I would agree that. I love the product on this a bit better and also. It's there's more varied influences as much as i love. Pop rock anthems of sour. There's so few of them. There's really a few more like disney ballad on the album that i care for and our and our bit too slow and don't really like push forward with a momentum the way these two also happier than ever oh use us hath ballot and then get goes four as rock on it and now the out. That song is basically the our in one song. It's a switch up. I've that's the thing with billy is. I don't think there will ever be a genre or song or you know. We just obsessed with her vocal range like just she is one of the best singers performing right now if not the best singer and you know you hear that that intention. That's why i'm so mad that she chose to do spoken word. Emily dickinson on billy. Take your head out the oven. I want to hear your thoughts on this one mike. It's not for me. The spoken word is one. She's fully states has for herself. But also i for her younger female fans but also this is one of the moments where it is her. You shown to me because it is presenting an idea that is not novel You know like we've been dealing with this for britney and other pop stars. I always you know saying like. Hey if i dress conservatively. You drag me. If i dress sexy you call me a war This this is saying in mass media. Culture sent you know fear street. Sixteen sixty six. Okay but the concept that like she didn't make it a song. It's a whole spoken word thing. And i will say that as an essay it would get some cuts. I was gonna say that girl that just requires some requires some trimming. Its kind of laborious to get through it. Was i mean i could barely finish it the i and i and but it was the thing that you said about it. Being humbling reminds the audience. Like this is a nineteen year. Old girl. like you might have gotten lost in her lyrics and her ability to paint these pictures and because she has such a mature tone but the end of the day. This is a child trying to figure out how she feels. And how to operate in this world. And i love how candid. She is talking about her career and the expectation that we'd been we as a society have been putting on her. She of course talks about that in your power like this relationship with a man but also she talks about in getting older and it's only a year but is experiencing a lot of a lot of change during this time and i don't think i needed that that track though. I don't think not my responsibility. Needed to make the track listing. But also who's gonna tell billy that it shouldn't be on there. Nothing math with the keyboard eight bars. Are you sure we could. You know. Repeat what i said. I do want to say that also excited for his forthcoming music. You let's listen. I will say that fits phidias phidias..

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"coolidge" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"coolidge" Discussed on Keep It!

"And i said i know i just want to do it right now. I said i just wanna wait on another time. Whatever she said you know this is there is no other time. This is really all you have got to do it. Thank god. I have some good friends at talk at my insanity and really truly went insane. Bought not do it but yeah to place. Someone like complicated and tortured and to be honest. It was sort of easy to play the role once. I got there because i was sort of in sync. There was some scary stuff going on at that time. And so i sort of fell in sync with it. All you know somebody that really works sometimes what you have going on and be parallel to with the character and then it all kind of works out conveniently this roles i'd better ever been offered ever Almost blew it. Because i'm an idiot you know but it is still so nice to hear you say the things that we all feel which is that. I'm vain and i know. I have to be seen in a certain light and maybe i don't wanna be seen right now. It's just refreshing. Even hear somebody say that. So i appreciate it. I feel like actors feel it but don't ever say it. So thank you but you know what speaking of roles aligning with your life. And i imagine that it's gonna be me and three other young women that watch this show that will resonate with this character. Betty you played character named betty on the secret life of the american teenager. Which was my first introduction to you. I remember showing and be like mom. Why can't you be more like jennifer coolidge show. Look how cool she is. Look you're the best parent on that show sincerely your the only one that gave good advice to adrian or any of the guys on the show remember. I the bras you were. And that's what. I disliked about it. But i i think that they showed did a good job of like they made you a prostitute but they made you an amazing parent as well so it was like moral conundrum. Never forget this I had a long monologue. But i had to learn. It was one of the greatest thing that ever happened to me in a scene in an acting scene because ever in bar none in the middle of the scene kid does this giant yon. It was hilarious because it was like. I wasn't delivering it. Well i wasn't interesting and this kid was just like like i don't know i still. It makes me laugh. Still i think about it was just an honest response to my bad acting like that. Okay well speaking of people responding to you. I've been so interested in hearing mike white. Talk about you. Because he's one such a fan of yours but clearly keyed into you in a way where he's like. I know she can do this type of role that i've never seen her do. I was wondering what people in your past. You feel have best utilized. You are seeing the potential you. Jared has game here really great role in his movie. Gentlemen broncos his wife jerusha gave me a great role in austin land. Yeah the whites. Brothers gave me an amazing shot. Like american pie kinda changed a lot for me and Robert luchetti in recent mark. Platt guinean moodley blonde so without these people. I don't think i would have any sort of greer at all. Yeah there's a casting director deuce milton. And i met him in an act and class thirty years ago her. But he's put me up for some roles wieners. These people that you meet in his lifetime. I mean i don't really know many people. in las. to be honest. I mean as far as like in the world of acting in actors like i don't know a lot of casting rectors. It seems like the same like eight people had given me jobs. Just repeatedly that's fascinating to know the inner workings of that. I think as someone on the outside. If you're not fully in the world you just think oh. These actors go on auditions. Continue to go on dishes until a casting director loves them. You just don't understand the process at all so to the gears of at all or quite interesting speaking of people who have supported your career the whole time the girls and the gays i. We're obsessed with you. I feel like. I can't go anywhere into a environment with women are gays without your name being draft someone sheepishly trying to do an impression of you and failing so But i do think back to arianna grandes impression of you. That she didn't jimmy fallon. That was pretty spot on. And then you just popping up like the little cutie you are in the thank you next music video. I want to hear about that experience. Well i was very strange. That was like a really weird thing. I saw the imitation that she did of me. I thought it was rather brilliant. I think most of the world probably knows by now because you know. She's been popular for such a long time but she's really funny like a really funny person and so smart and advanced and you just really sophisticated sense of humor I've seen her do all these imitations and they're all really right. They're not just sort of good when she did me. I just you know. I sent something like you know. I don't know if she has like one hundred sixty two hundred million followers the is that she would get my. Dm whatever but idea under just said. Hey you think you do me. Better than i do myself. And then she let you know since you know on thanks so much whatever system really cute and then there is that was the end of that and then the next thing i know she's avenue the thank you next are just you know how cool is that. Yes i mean that just came out of like she must have someone. Go through jams. How could you go through a hundred st mayan dams day. Thank god she did. Thank god really cool about it. It was really a brilliant song and it really been cool even if it wasn't great but it's really great that it was like but i played in my car one that i. It's like an immortal song. It's like her signature song now. Yeah and i like the message of it. It's like you know these people break your heart. You know you just gotta give them less power and move on. I like that message. I spent like way too many years analyzing some in like me. Speaking of i guess imitation in a way. Like i'm so curious about somebody like you growing up in wanting to be in show biz because to me. Your timing is so specific and like your character so lived in like sometimes. They're so sincere in a way. That makes the viewer uneasy. And anyway there's all these like idiosyncrasies that are specific to you and i'm wondering who did you ever watch like perform that made you thought. Oh i'm going to do this to like i know you're a fan of meryl streep i read that but i can't. I can't imagine you're watching like the french lieutenant's woman and being like..

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"coolidge" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"coolidge" Discussed on Keep It!

"Me. You didn't hunt. You got our king and hopper pan. Come on i would love to see it and it is. It's not just the talk. It's like showing me that you care and that you are inclusive and then again putting them in you're right. She didn't cast colors so you coffee. That's come here boy. bring my coffee. I do want to point out though the franklin that was like a madman like the conversation got hijacked and it was really about if you believe that. It's a takeuchi. Explain hollywood's utter lack of diversity behind the camera. A that's what you susan. I though i love you love. You could not have nuance conversations. Twitter yeah you gotta say what you mean i otherwise is gonna become unwieldy and also he did point out that like listen in all fairness. It's a short fem. But also he knows what does casting the short film meredith like being the trades. So exact may nobody else has short film as announced in the trades. Mind better be if i make one. And that'll be in the trades. He working long ago. I don't know maybe okay. Keep it hush hush secret secret things. I still love nepotism where. It's deserved like black nepotism. Don't care you think i'm gonna. There's no interviews. All my friends are going to work for me when the time come absolutely black. Nepotism is the future has to be it has to be But i also think there's another interesting thing like the lack of knowledge. We have about if nepotism did play a role. In one of our favorite people's rise. It can still tarnish who they are as a person like we finding out your favorite indie artist has wealthy. Parents can be devastating like trying to hide it. King says now any air. Did she receive any money. Do we know we can't. We can't just that ambiguity from me that makes it so difficult even want and listen to her songs. I'm like then you see the people who you really enjoy. Fucking love jack wade in the boys and then i'm like a his parents. Yeah but i don't think he gets any nepotism except for the fact that dumb wa puts blind items about jack kwaidan every other week. Somebody over there is running iraq. But it's probably not healthy. Young little paola industry. Pretty well i think about someone like jane fonda. Probably not as much as lewis does but think about jane fonda and being the daughter of henry fonda. And if you just forget you don't it's jane fonda doesn't matter at a certain point. I think that like let's say olivia date actually got to go to college that our mother tried to pay for her to go to one weekend in georgia psychology. When she's failing getting kicked out like there's still there's still a difficulty of getting into these places and then establishing yourself and continuing to be talented and sorry to miss olivia. But we know plenty of famous people's kids who are not doing anything or try to get that access and then have flopped. You know not. Everybody's paris hope been plenty of want to be paris. Hilton's plenty of people go for the socialite routes and still make don't make it to the public conscious. I'm sure they made it in the sense that like they're still. They're so wealthy. They're just not in magazine covers. The whole thing is a mess. The whole thing is a mess. I want you to name names. That's how i would like it to get but what name rings things people's kids who are not popping now. You don't have to do that. I don't know rumer willis exactly she's pop in it like she has her fans. Yeah she's great in the house. Bunny she was on affairs or flowers and on a ferris like came from nepotism as well. You know she's dennis farina's daughter. She changed the farina to ferris. I'm kidding you don't have lewis here for these jokes. My right here with me jeff. Bridges admits quite honestly like a mo product of nepotism. That's my best jeff bridges. I'm a product of methodism. How started acting. I'm lloyd bridges. Like he doesn't care. I respect that level of when it comes to your background and nobody's gonna have that. I was homeless and nominee actor story. Just brother todd is also open about it. It's another one you know what. Let me let me cut this.

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"coolidge" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"coolidge" Discussed on Keep It!

"Jerry stiller son. Ben went out of his way to wade into an argument. He was destined to lose about the role. Nepotism plays in hollywood claiming that the children of stars have to fend for themselves after getting their foot in the door. Franklin leonard the blacklist disagreed. Ira how we feel buddy sheet sociable. I love that this like blew up in to like a conversational view. Yes we'll be was having a field they would shit and meghan mccain like like. I don't need to ever hear her. Speak but i think the thing was at all is that this movie is coming out right. It's called the right way and it's from dentistry spielberg last name. She is the daughter steven spielberg. She's the white spielberg child and the screenplay is written by own king. Another familiar last name. The son of writer. Stephen king and the cast. We're getting a hopper penn. Who is the son of sean penn. And then actor. Brian d'arcy james. So of course this sparked a huge conversation on twitter about whether hollywood was in fact. Crecy or if nepotism was the invisible hand that guided everything in every decision. Ever and ben stiller responded to franklin leonard's like quote tweet with hollywood's meritocracy right and he said to easy franklin people working in creating everyone has their path which all the best. Okay okay them. People have a path like the green knight like where they gotta go on like a long asked journey. Okay have to deal with like joel edgerton. But some people gets you know. Take a private jet. They're exactly ben. Stiller has the nerve to have these tweets as if he got a rags-to-riches story. You are the child of jerry stiller or the child and jerry stiller again this the same thing as meghan mccain. I don't need you to speak on this. You're coming straight from the well of opportunity and access and of course it's difficult to have a nuance conversation on twitter. Of course it's like we know this but both of these things can be true. Well we understand. Hollywood is not a meritocracy right just entirely no way also. Nothing is he. This is this is like a hit dog. Hallward thing right because franklin hollywood zamira talked recy- obviously like it's an easy rag. But ben stiller was his feelings for the reason because like he is insisting people have to work hard people have to work. And i'm like listen. Nobody saying you don't work hard. I know my man ben. Stiller works hard. Okay ben so as okay did. I was working really hard on that escape that john mara thing that i did not watch never watch. But i've actually been stone. Fan state of ben stiller fan. I appreciate that people. Who are the children. Famous people work. You know but you cannot ignore the fact that like they get to jump through a lot of hoops the rest of us don't have to and they should also recognize that like some of the hoops that they do jump through our who that we wish we hat like. A lot of their hoops will be like fear that like they are getting things because their parent is famous or just being like you know people being like not taking them seriously just because they know that they're going to be okay in the world but also if you're desperate spielberg like you will be okay. Yeah okay even if people wanna drag like you can go home to your millions. And that's the unsettling thing for me is like luckily after this came out dentistry acknowledged the fact that she does have a lot of privilege like there. I think hearing these celebrities be okay with accepting the fact that nepotism got them in the door but they had to continue to work like these familial connections got them in but ultimately like they have to be talented. Which will see. We still got see film. However what i don't like in the certain cases of hollywood nepotism. Is someone like a miss. Lena who we know famously sold her show with like posted. No and some ambition goes out of her way to be like well. Nobody knows who my mom is She's not even famous like you can't deny the fact that it's not about fame it's about access it's like you're missing. The actual definition of what nepotism is. Like yeah your mom is an artist in new york our photographer in new york. But you think she don't know somebody in the industry who got you a seat at the table pitcher show to hbo like it's just. It's just dismissive in road and disrespectful to us to make us feel like we are so that shit and there's also the fact that the people who are not born with any test you know you have to create access because the whole thing about anything in the industry is it's all about who so explicitly are building connections. You're going to parties. You're working in rooms with people having conversations with like minded people and that is how you get a path to anything in this industry but some people already have those connected from being bored because of their parents connection and that is the difference. That is what you're trying to explain to people because you know it's like every job i've gotten is from knowing somebody. But i had to do the legwork to get to know people. Because i didn't know anybody when i moved here exactly and i also nepotism has is like dirty connotations because of how dismissive it is to people who don't have access but i feel like life is in america. Crecy like oh used. I used to work in group homes right and i had the best job in the whole group home. I got to do the overnight shifts. And i was making way more bread than all my girlfriends. I was working there because my mom was the bus. My mom was the vase. Like all of this stuff. Trickles down to every aspect of our life and that it's it is about access it's about who you know and how you can get into places. I think the most difficult part about it is once you're in once you're in these high positions like de she was actually talking about. Make sure your young people who have been kept out of working in hollywood system like being or a writers assistant like these initial jobs that help solidify f. I you as somebody in the industry use your power to do that. And i'm not gonna shoebox right zoe. Kravitz do whatever the hell you wine. Have that middle part. We i'm watching high fidelity willow producing songs herself on her album. That's the good nepotism. We'll be quiet. I do want to say though that desperate did say. I acknowledge that. I was born with privilege owned that through through. I make it my mission to bring new talent into the industry and give opportunities to artists of all backgrounds. No one should be left out. 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"coolidge" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"coolidge" Discussed on Keep It!

"I'm ira madison. The third and podcast now beach lewis gone louis loses gone. I'm doing the interest. I'm wrong outgrown yet. Devastating news louis state on fire island. We can't find him he can't find him. He's refused to come back. Fell asleep in an orgy. Poppers somewhere. I wish i knew more about fire island for this junk to keep going. It's all good. I don't know anything about fire island either. Do you know what the meat rack is a do to meet records. Can you tell our listeners. With the meet records you know. I had to a lot of googling. It's like the place in the woods where they be fucking. That's all i get down you. Could you say you say it. Man say running the pilot. Say we need lewis back. It's fine you know what he needs to take a break every now and then do you know yeah. This is every episode cool. He's a cool. Has monitor's off. He's never used a break. He does not need a second the second to to unload and recharge and his birthday is coming up in. This episode comes out. Make sure you guys go wish louis. Rotella happy birthday his his august. Yes celebrate lewis birthday. Go to mcdonald's and get yourself a sweet tea meal yes oh goodness okay so address. We knew new meal out. Have you rushed. Have you rushed to the mcdonalds. The mcdade's to go get it tall. I think next week at thoughts. What demon in me thinks. I need to go to mcdonalds to try this. Like i haven't had every single. I wanna try it. But part of me makes it feel like the whole thing about her being online like always being like eaton weird stuff right was just a gag. You think like a dick to like lead to something like this girl. You have audits money. Why do you eat like a convict took she. I watched a live of her ones where she used. Crushed flaming cheetos to rim a tequila drink. She made i was like you know something's wrong with that girl the us all there. It's not it's either. Something's not there or she's gaming us trying to look it's always a game trying to look quirky. Oh my goodness well. So this episode. We're going to be joined by the lovely jennifer coolidge. That's an exciting interview. Lewis and i got to do so not in it. I'm not in it. Which is sad because it has so many thoughts about the white lotus first of all. Give her her emmy mmediately. Not just for the speech that she had on the boat while scattering hormones ashes but also twitchy lay down in bed and through the ashes go. I also want to commend. Mike white for like really analyzing like whiteness. Liberal privilege In this series such an interesting way. Because it's like natasha rothwell honorable we should i. Should i should be playing like a mammy character right but she knows that this is what this woman was. But she's leaning into because she wants to escape This life that she's at it's such a great nuanced portrayal from both of them and it's amazing and other thing. Murray bartlett is giving me a gay character. I've never seen on tv before. He's giving me anti hero. He's giving me breaking bad. He's giving me rooming lucas gauge in his office. I want more white lotus seasons with like him still running the white lotus and like continuing to fall apart with new guests. I got you. You want like i ryan murphy situation. Same actors like the show hotel fantasy island. You know like he's he's still work at new guests. Come in it. It's supposed to give anchoring around him. Well we do talk about the show with her and just amazing process and she speaks very highly about mike white. So you're correct. You're correct on your guesses. We're also going to be talking about nepotism in hollywood. Because of a lovely comments twitter's tweets that we saw online including ben stiller. And we don't get into it you know i'm about to bring up our good sys- lena dunham not the good sys- says we also listen to the long awaited billy ilitch album happier than ever and big shock. She's not happy. We'll be going to any eyeless eliah. My god this girl went full marilyn monroe marilyn manson like. I don't know what's going. I feel so sorry for the girl but yeah she did put her whole foot into this album. She infamous the eyelashes. I guess finishes in an irish. But he's he's just Protecting the pot of gold into the rainbow. That's what he's doing his gold-digging ads right. We have some more keeping for you. And estimating is the season finale of crooked fantastic scripted. Podcast series edith written by friends of keep it chavez hawick and gonzalo cordova as vulture puts. It edith is a fiction podcast that stands as a really good time in two minute. And that's no small feat. Find edith starring rosamund. Pike as edith. Wilson is available now on apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever you get your podcast in the words of meghan mccain my father.

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The Power of Deep Listening

Tara Brach

05:38 min | 1 year ago

The Power of Deep Listening

"Welcome again friends. It really is good to be together. And i thought i'd start by just naming a compelling question that so many people i know around the globe are reflecting on right now and that is what will bridge the divides and i know you know what i mean. What will bridge the divides knew what will help us. Humans of all beyond our separate cocooned realities that end up creating so much distrust and fear and violence in this talk. What i'd like to do is focus on one key way. Each of us can contribute to evolve in consciousness to volving our own consciousness in our species consciousness. And that's cultivating cassidy for deep listening. I mean just imagine if people from different political parties and groups and nations in conflict actually did a little bit of training and practice so that they could little bit more. Listen to each other to get some sense of being able to look through another. Is henry david. Thoreau described as the greatest miracle possible relate to look through each other's is it is possible though we have this built in capacity to listen and we can cultivate listening and of course it is difficult so for starters. I thought i'd give you a couple of examples of the kinds of challenges we face the first cartoon That i'll tell you about a couple sitting together watching tv. And she saying to him. You know you only hear the things you wanna hear and he responds a beer. Sounds lovely thank you. Second cartoon job interview the employers asking mister jefferson. Where do you see yourself five years from now response. I'd say my biggest weakness is my listening skills. I know you get the idea. It's kind of like. I think calvin coolidge said it best that no one is ever listened themselves out of job so by extension. We don't listen ourselves out of relationships. This theme I'm imagining many of you. It's not only something you're aware of. It's something you're consciously working on. I know for myself. It's a life process and it's so interesting that now and then i get more conscious of. Oh this is really really important. this matters. and then i- rededicate. It's really energizing to rededicate. I love that so if you feel like this is the right time for you to deep in your commitment to how you listen right close in with the people right around you. It creates a group energy to do that together and it helps our world so a key. Understanding is that the capacity to listen is not just another skill on the checklist of it. You know it's really a dimension of presents being able to listen is a dimension of presence. it's a intrinsic facet of evolving consciousness and it impacts all dimensions of living and you might just consider inner listening you know. How are we going to be intimate with their own being. How are we gonna tuned to the state of our hard and acknowledge when there's loneliness s or when there's fear or longings so inner listening is how we become more at home with ourselves then of course listening to each other. There's no way to have real intimacy connection and understanding unless weaken listen and then in our contemporary society. I really do believe that trainings to listen. Ringing people from conflicting sides together to practice listening will give a gateway for more collaboration. Were understanding then. Of course terms of we want to call it the spiritual path. It's those moments where we stop all doings and we become profoundly septa quiet open. It's at listening presence. That really those are the moments that we touch and taste the mystery that we receive beauty that we start to perceive intuit. That formless timeless awareness. It's really home. So it really gives us a sense of the sacred some naming the different levels and we'll be exploring primarily. How do we listen. More deeply with those were engaged with whoever you spend time talking with the most and maybe we'll just pause here for a moment of do several reflections through our time this first reflection and when we do them if it helps you to close your eyes please do. It always helps me just to take a moment and bring to mind someone you know who is a really good listener.

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Salma Hayek admits Hilaria Baldwin's Spanish act fooled her

Kinda Cute Podcast

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Salma Hayek admits Hilaria Baldwin's Spanish act fooled her

"Salma hayek played alec. Baldwin's love interest on thirty rock for a little while. And there's a lot of rumors that he was into salma in real life and like tried to get with her and people were saying that lari was kind of like this low budge. What's the word like a dupe for salma. Hayek because he couldn't get the real thing. Yeah beside- besides saw mike. So that's why. I find selma commenting on this. Particularly noteworthy and quotes are incredible. So she said this when she was on. Andy cohen's i. I'm sorry i don't remember. It was his podcast or watch. What happens live. But i think her quotes are incredible and very understanding. Probably more understanding than i would be if some was just straight up appropriating. My culture like but again. I can't put myself in her shoes. I would have no idea what that would feel like. But this is what she said. We all lie a little bit. She makes my friend happy. She fooled me because she's such a good mother. She has five kids. And you know. I don't care it makes me feel proud. That people are inspired. I think she's smart to to be spanish. We're cool you know. We all create our own character in life. I mean this might be extreme okay. But i don't care she's not a bad person she's a good person a good mother a good wife. She my friend happy. She's very kind to me. And that's all i care about. I'm sorry i don't mean to portray hurt anybody's feelings. And i don't know if it's right or if it's wrong i'm not gonna judge somebody just because of that one thing.

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Salma Hayek on Hilaria Baldwin's Spanish heritage scandal

Kinda Cute Podcast

02:42 min | 1 year ago

Salma Hayek on Hilaria Baldwin's Spanish heritage scandal

"It has been too long since we've talked about hilaria baldwin aka fake spanish. Mom married to alec baldwin. Really i stand by being being my favorite pop. Culture story of twenty twenty just brought me so much joy now. I am so shocked. That salma hayek actually commented on this. So salma hayek played alec. Baldwin's love interest on thirty rock for a little while. And there's a lot of rumors that he was into salma in real life and like tried to get with her and people were saying that lari was kind of like this low budge. What's the word like a dupe for salma. Hayek because he couldn't get the real thing. Yeah beside- besides saw mike. So that's why. I find selma commenting on this. Particularly noteworthy and quotes are incredible. So she said this when she was on. Andy cohen's i. I'm sorry i don't remember. It was his podcast or watch. What happens live. But i think her quotes are incredible and very understanding. Probably more understanding than i would be if some was just straight up appropriating. My culture like but again. I can't put myself in her shoes. I would have no idea what that would feel like. But this is what she said. We all lie a little bit. She makes my friend happy. She fooled me because she's such a good mother. She has five kids. And you know. I don't care it makes me feel proud. That people are inspired. I think she's smart to to be spanish. We're cool you know. We all create our own character in life. I mean this might be extreme okay. But i don't care she's not a bad person she's a good person a good mother a good wife. She my friend happy. She's very kind to me. And that's all i care about. I'm sorry i don't mean to portray hurt anybody's feelings. And i don't know if it's right or if it's wrong i'm not gonna judge somebody just because of that one thing. Well first off. I had to say she is really right about spanish. People being cool. I wish i had been born as a spanish person. I love spain. Really i mean again. I'm like choose only been to like three cities in spain now. That sounds obnoxious. I was gonna make well. I'm that but she's only been like barcelona and then i'm like wait. I've been to madrid and sons. Boss john too. I can't just. I just i've been a visa to fuck i sound. I sound awful okay. I love spain period. If i ever do get married. Or if i just throw myself and elaborate party which i am prone to do It will be in spain. Everyone likes talk about italy in a little italy leading. No spain where it's for me. It's my favorite country. So bottom line. Salma hayek is right spanish people or coal period

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Arbitrator clears way for Washington DC to resume in-person learning despite union concern

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Arbitrator clears way for Washington DC to resume in-person learning despite union concern

"In D C schools are set to start some in person learning tomorrow, but not all schools have been given the go ahead to open their doors after the Washington teacher's Union claim D. C. P s violated their agreement for safe re opening. An arbitrator was called in to hear arguments last week. The arbitrator's decision came in late last night. The decision said. For the most part, there was not sufficient evidence to back up the violation accusations. Or they'd already been remedied. So most schools were approved to reopen. With the exceptions of Coolidge High and Watkins Elementary. The arbitrator found the district hadn't met the agreement Standards for Safety review walk through those schools, so they have to schedule additional walk throughs and remedy any problems in the next five days. D C schools is now trying to get those walkthrough scheduled and open the two campuses as soon as they can this week.

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Arizona inmates caught after breaking out of prison

Gaydos and Chad

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Arizona inmates caught after breaking out of prison

"Inmates from the Florence prison have been caught in Coolidge, Coolidge police and U. S Marshals office made the arrest Coolidge Police say they found the two men after they got several calls from citizens reporting sightings of the missing criminals.

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Pets are back: Biden's 2 dogs settle in at White House

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Pets are back: Biden's 2 dogs settle in at White House

"For the first time since the Obama years pets are back at the White House folks thank you very much as reporters gathered in the oval office this morning they could hear a familiar sound outside barking the Biden family's two German shepherds have arrived champ is been around since the two thousand eight election major burst on the scene late last year when the president elect broke his foot while they were playing from teddy Roosevelt's terrier skip to Barack Obama's Bo and sunny dogs have been a big White House presents as have other pets like Calvin Coolidge's raccoon and Zsa Zsa the Kennedy family's rabbit Donald Trump does not own any pets and didn't have any at the White House now that dogs are back the Biden say they also plan on adding a cat Sager mag ani Washington

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Biden, Harris are Time's 2020 'Person of the Year'

TIME's Top Stories

03:26 min | 1 year ago

Biden, Harris are Time's 2020 'Person of the Year'

"Go from here. That's the colossal question. Before president-elect joe biden who was named times person of the year along with vice president elect kamala harris. He's not the first person of the year to be tasked with the future of america. Almost every u s president since the franchise began in nineteen twenty. Eight has been named person of the year at least once excluding calvin coolidge. Herbert hoover and gerald ford but biden is likely the first in a generation to inherit such a crescendo of course trophies. A worsening pandemic that's brought a staggering loss of life widespread unemployment and an economic crisis a global climate crisis a reckoning over the continued pervasiveness of systemic racism and growing misinformation blurring fact and fiction during an interview with time editor in chief and ceo. Edward felsen thal at queens theatre in wilmington delaware. The president-elect discussed his partnership with harris the coming covid nineteen vaccine rollout. His thoughts on pardons and more here are excerpts. From biden's interview edited for clarity on restoring america's middle class if my plan is able to be implemented whole plan. I think it's going to go down as one of the most progressive administrations in american history. We've lost the idea that when ordinary people do well. Everybody does better. It's important that we focus on the things that provide opportunity pardoning donald trump. my justice department will make decisions based on the facts there. The people's lawyers. They're not my lawyers. I'm never going to pick up the phone. And say pardon so. And so or go out and prosecute so. And so. But i lived through gerald ford's pardoning of richard nixon. I think that the law and the circumstance should take its effect. I'm not suggesting. Trumpy prosecuted. Or not. But i would not be engaged in that prematurely. How the pandemic has changed him and us. What's been reinforced is my absolute commitment. That everyone is entitled to health care. It's not about whether or not it's a privilege it's a right. We're the only country in the world that has come out of every crisis stronger than we went into the crisis. I predict we will come out of this crisis stronger than when we went in finding vaccine. Hesitancy the words of a president matter. Whether they're good. Presidents are bad. They matter i joined the three presidents who said they would be publicly vaccinated because i think people will realize that we have to reinstate confidence that science is real if someone with the reputation of anthony fauci and the leading scientists of the country said this vaccine works they should take choosing kamala harris. She is straight as an arrow. She is really really bright. She is tough but yet she has a heart. That understands what it's like to be on the other side of prejudice. She also was an immigrant's daughter who was raised in a strange way like i was. We were taught that we could be anything. Don't give up just move. Keep pushing. And i just found her to be someone who. If in fact something happened to me i knew they could take over. That's kamla

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"coolidge" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"coolidge" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Place and then you can view those this ceremony goes back to 1923. Calvin Coolidge did the honors. Now Shall we go to New York? Let's go to New York. So you know the Rockefeller Christmas tree. It's amazing. And if you've ever seen the tree lighting in person is an amazing event. I went there once, but it was by accident. I was not in rock center for it. I was happened to be working, and I had a clear line from the off. Fizz like with the registration clear line right down to the tree, and I couldn't understand why New York was just I was like, What are all these people doing here? While the street's closed off what's happening? And I was just so annoying to go around barriers because his tours just stand there and go around the barrier and around the barrier, And then I realized it's the tree lighting. Wait. Your helicopter couldn't get you over all that. Yeah, Way working radio friends. They made me walk. I look, you know, it's funny when you describe this experience you have You had this like boozy corner office from which you could see the tree like I had. I went to one of these things once and I stood in the street. This is back. You know, when my wife was just my girlfriend and the two of us, let's go see the tree like, Oh, that sounds awesome. We drove to New York. We waited in traffic. We we got there were like, Oh God, with the final parking spot. If you find one, it's like overly expensive anyway, and you get out on the street and you walk in. You're like trying to get there and then you Like barricaded 15 blocks away. The only people who actually see it in person outside are like the privileged people. NBC gives tickets, too. And then everyone else has to watch it on some dopey video screen behind like dozens of blocks and barricades and is like police officers there who are miserable and everyone just miserable. It's terrible. Yeah, I could see where it would be an in person, miserable experience. But again, this was not on purpose. I was working, and I just happened to, you know, be going in early and they're like, Oh, we all realized it was the tree lighting. So we walked down a couple of offices. You know, a couple of windows down to make the whole floor Where is working and was like, Oh, look, This is a clear view. This is great. See? Now you wonder why I've hitched my wagon to marry Walter. She's got window access. A lot of accidents that sometimes work out happily. Well, The NYPD did not want people at the tree lighting, so they blocked off a whole bunch of streets. Fifth Avenue was closed off and they block it all off that nobody could see the tree lighting. So they get everybody out, right?.

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"coolidge" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

Around the World in 80s Movies

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"coolidge" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

"To neil israel pat proft and pg took vais. Now neil israel. Pat property were veteran comedic. Writing team wrote so many films police academy bachelor party. They even did a lot of the The naked gun films and some of these very spooky kind of movies later. They wrote the script that was inspired. By the young geniuses who went to in pasadena california the california institute of technology also known as caltech israel and proft researched by going to that school. they observed students. Steve watch the faculty. They learned a lot about the schools history. Their achievements their.

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"coolidge" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

Around the World in 80s Movies

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"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 Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"coolidge" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Hypocrisy is always the thing that Gnaws at me the most when it comes to You know political chicanery for lack of a better term. And I was reading a tweet from PG and in October you may or may not have seen this. I'm sure you have. And this is the exact word for word verbatim Tweet from P G. Sittenfeld last month in Cincinnati. We believe a person using his elected office to enrich himself and his family is corrupt and unacceptable and must be rooted out. S o. He was that my hand box. I would say it's pretty full of that green. I appreciate whole sharing things. I like that. I have to be back. Yes, but it's It's just a blatant hypocrisy in government that always gets it at my At the ATM. I crawl in my craw more than even partisan disagreements about ideology. It's it's the hypocrisy that's always the worst. I will say that they themselves. You know, the FBI and the sort of Ellers noted, You know, it's not a cut and dry and he said, this is him saying What happened to my own or was alleged to have happened with just He said. No one ever. Actually, you know, implicitly says could pro quo. I'm going to take this check, and I'm going to give this to you. This is Maura. I mean, I think there's gonna be I think I'm gonna hear a lot of like the legal room. The words like What this is going to lead to a huge conversation about donations and how they happen. And who gives just because it certainly should. Oh, absolutely. Sharon Coolidge. Ellen with this our own mole, Edgar. Just tweeted out. 2020. Cincinnati City Council. Rest out number 2020. Cincinnati Bengals victories, So a lot of people are equating that on social baby idea. I was like, I love when people do the math. Yes, Sharon. Thank you for doing the hard work and stay on the case. Let us know if you come up with anything else. All right. Thanks So much for having me. Maybe Sharon cool. It's been scooped the FBI force Doug on a cell talking about Mr sitting filled. What's on your mind, Doug? Yeah. You know, it definitely is a sad day for Cincinnati. And there was a call earlier that said something about the funding Thea offices and going back $5000. I don't agree with that at all, because honest people who do get involved in the doing public service should be paid and rewarded for their honest Work and there is a ton of work. I served on a school board for eight years myself. There is so much work that is involved in that. In those offices that you could spend 24 7 doing it, You know, so I don't agree with that at all. It's just really unfortunate that people who get involved, you know, take the power it abuse it. But you know, we're always gonna have that. I wish there was some litmus test. You know, before when anybody announces that they're running for any office is why exactly are you doing this? And they would have to be honest, like going on a polygraph machine when you ask them, so your name is and you are a Republican, or you're a Democrat. And why are you running for this office and they'd have to answer honestly to qualify to run. But I don't guess that could ever happen. I don't see how that could happen. You know, everybody's got an agenda when they run for office. As far as what you know they feel should happen and moving. Um, you know, sure. You know, community forward, but I'd just like to know what their agenda is. I mean, the other, The other caller said, You know, you go back to when PG got on the you know on the City Council, and he flipped his vote within a week. That absolutely said something. Because you vote for what you know you go to person to put in office who you think is going to be doing the work of you listening to the voice of the public, But and then they don't so it you know when we, uh We have representatives who are representing us as as common citizens. You expect them to do honest work for you so It's just really unfortunate. I've also said that anybody who violates the public trust. I think he also had to be publicly flogged. Oi! I believe in bringing back the public stocks. There's no question Rotten vegetables and all the all the rest. Just can't put rocks in there. Well, so P G Sittenfeld in custody. And I guess I guess he'll be back out on the streets. If there's bail or then guess his bail, whatever he's arraigned, and then the process moves forward. Will he talk? Does he have more beans to spill? Is The question. One more call before the break. Billy and Hillsborough. You're on 700 wlw in the Bill Cunningham show with Jerry. Jeff. How are you? Yeah, good. I'm not making such a big deal. I mean, I don't see anything wrong with you, huh? Honey, I don't see anything. I don't see anything wrong with taking money in the quid pro quo and using your office to enrich yourself in your campaign. You don't see anything wrong with that. No. Personally, I don't. I don't have a problem with And why? Why not, Billy? No. There are leaders and me not know that They shouldn't be our leaders. We should expect more from our leaders than corruption and hypocrisy. They voted in the office. And, uh, yeah, I just don't see nothing wrong. I mean, okay. Okay. Thank you for that. And this is Alan and Springfield on P G. Sittenfeld, Alan. Yeah, I'm just being a radio station, not drive every day and I must be a race station about 25 years and ever since he started it. You're doing interviews being on the radio, So I always thought was driving out like man. If that guy's on the up and up, I'd be surprised. Loopy G. Yeah, I mean, you and I have I have no connection. Any politics and Cincinnati? I don't know anything. But when he would interview and talk if you just listen to that stuff. I mean, of course, everyone's talking about the obvious, but he ran on those street card and voted for the street carving. That was a soon as he got into office. Yeah, but I'm telling you, you listen. Worse in time. I mean, somebody's not gonna. I just always thought that guy's up to something. You know, I just see people I thought these might yet I'd be surprised, and obviously not what you so that's all right now. Just not very authentic, and I would agree, and they're a bunch of phony baloney empty suits. You've been elected to public office and to pull the wool over a majority of voters eyes as P G Sittenfeld I mean, the either the top vote getter is the top vote getter. In the last election Prime to be the next mayor of Cincinnati. Crime foursome. Social distancing in federal prison, Perhaps Stewed report on the way and more on this, Bill Cunningham show on a again a red letter day for Cincinnati City politics. Some people are smiling. Some people are crying and some people are just shaking their heads. How the hell did this happen? Jerry Jeff in for Willie on 700 WLW.

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"coolidge" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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Lost Bob Dylan Interviews Surface at Boston Auction House

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

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

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"coolidge" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"coolidge" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Street. They have the hybrid equipment. That's one of things that They're one of the other ones have really gone to the depths to get the Cheneys stuff necessary. Maybe give them a call and take a look and tell them that you know that we referred you that even Frank from Desert car. Care suggested that you take a look at it. And maybe there's this. You know, they've got to get in do some diagnosis, and that's really drill down to find out the problem. You don't want to just go through a 1400 are part of the car, but That being said. That's the appropriate repair and the it's not out of line. Right now, if you went to the water cooler at work, and someone said you got ripped off $1400 for headlights. That just means that person just doesn't know doesn't know that they're not. They're just not familiar with with modern era so Maureen. Good luck with that. Hope it works out and I'd be interested to know how that comes to. Maybe you can fall up with it with this. Robert Coolidge got a 1997 Infiniti. Robert, what's happening with your car today? It's not that car just retired, so I know that car. You won't get me back and forth to North Carolina, which I'd like to do so I was shopping food between Chevy available. It has 110,000. $40,000 in PT Cruiser has 92,500 way just those cars with very 2000. 2000 lives a year. We just threatened. We all just threw up in our mouth when he said PT Cruiser with 100,000 miles on it, So surveil Carnivale Now are you gonna put so Here's what I'm curious of. Robert. What's what? How many miles are your infinity? Well, that's our 120,000. But the thing is, it's expensive. Every time Second happens, it's expensive. Sure, well I'll tell you PT Cruiser out of you guys think they're shaking her head. I wouldn't touch her with a 10 FT. Pole veil is outrageous, because if parts are so hard to get the Korean made in 100,000 well, I should say it's no good, but you know Thief is not going to a lot of turbo chargers if you get the little to recharge ones, and the reason I asked about your Finney, Robert now are you gonna be commuting and going back and forth between the East Coast West Coast a couple times a year. Like, you know, Snowbird ish kind of thing or or yeah, yeah, I got I got Hasn't over. Not Caroline and I wanted to buy a little In a trailer on it. She's talking. That's a good deals over there. Here's what I think I would do if I were you, Robert. I would go. Find a shop. If you need one, go to bumper to bumper radio dot com. And look your Coolidge don't know where the closest one is. And I don't know what you guys think. I want to go find out everything about my car there already own. Yeah, way. Cheaper. Typically, exactly. You're going to spend $4000 on the get go just getting it ready to go. Which is what he was talking about Buying. Yeah, you might. We could potentially be 120,000 miles in a car. We could find $4000 with the work, right? But then the question is Do I need To do right $4000 of the work. So, Robert, don't sell yourself short. You know, there's an old phrase the best used Carter by is the one you already own. Yeah. What do you guys do, Eric? You're going to bring a car like that in about a minute. What can you I mean, I only say what I do in my shop, but we check everything was a complete inspection. We do a full courtesy inspection in any maintenance inspection on any vehicle that comes in, let alone If you're going to tell me you're going to go on a trip, then I'll double check. Kick down things that would you know A long term something like that, like, like someone like Robert comes in. Says I just need to know everything about the car. You're going to pull the wheels checked the Briggs measure. The rotors like the axles, skin, the computers, you know, Shake down the front end. Check the structure. I mean, this is a we call a comprehensive.

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Bloomberg Comes Up Big with $100M Cash Infusion in Florida

Quick News Daily Podcast

02:48 min | 2 years ago

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.

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Gilead’s remdesivir is a rare example of foresight in this pandemic

Bloomberg Politics, Policy and Power

05:35 min | 2 years ago

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

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South Dakota Gov. Noem, who opposed stay-home order, now faces coronavirus hot spot

The Savage Nation with Michael Savage

01:19 min | 2 years ago

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

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Will Early Retirements Crash the Economy?

Money For the Rest of Us

04:59 min | 2 years ago

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

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Who Owns Florida's Wisteria Island, A Developer Or The Government? Judge To Decide

All Things Considered

04:00 min | 2 years ago

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

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"coolidge" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"coolidge" Discussed on KOMO

"Any report of walking issues there keep it up. Calvin Coolidge. we're monitoring the possibility for isolated scattered rain overnight into your Monday temperatures in the early Monday to be down to the lower to upper fifties now get this highs on Monday only reaching the mid sixties this is certainly below average in quite a contrast to the upper seventies and low eighties we've got Thursday and Friday still the chance for showers of rain. chance thunderstorms on Monday afternoon I'm meteorologist at a county become a weather center. our auto experts continues on come on news miles. we'll go back to the show locally created nationally celebrated from the north west the southeast this is America's car radio show but as a throttle will basically talk about it I had a lot of fun being in Washington DC area the vineyards of Virginia driving the cat like X. T. six which was a lot of fun but at that time I got to see the brand new Cadillac X. T. five as well which sort of was revealed at that portion to us I mean it's not the first time anybody seen it but this is been a very big win for Cadillac it's sort of that perfect size for most for a growing family is to get into and and I I I'd she probably would own one of these I'm a big fan of Cadillac and since sedans started to sort of drift away into popularity Cadillac launched the X. T. five followed by the XTC four now the X. T. six so they have a full line of James Honda joining us on the phone James is the Cadillac been a the X. T. five been a big hit for Cadillac USNS Nick hate they still have me and I'm excited to talk about the sixty five just as we were excited about launching the XC sixty yes the XP fly problems what we really launch the front wheel drive version back in two thousand nine and it was bad the X. U. S. R. X. okay and we changed the name when we went to the C. one architecture for the two thousand seventeen model year where we re named as the X. T. five but with our entire lives in this spin calyx bargains either and it's going to work or school was here in the in the division and say it he's got a sort of a a refresh.

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"coolidge" Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

Maranatha Ministries UPC

10:04 min | 3 years ago

"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.

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"coolidge" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"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,.

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"coolidge" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"coolidge" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Calvin Coolidge is nineteen Twenty-three speech. Was the first to be broadcast nationwide. President Roosevelt in nineteen thirty six gave the first evening say the union address. But that president was not again, followed until the nineteen sixties Harry Truman's, nineteen forty seven address was the first to be broadcast on television. Bill Clinton's nineteen Ninety-seven address was the first broadcast available on the internet. And. In nineteen sixty eight television networks in the US for the first time impose no time. Limit for their coverage of a state of the union address Lyndon Johnson gave that with the address was followed by extensive televised commentary from among others. Daniel Patrick Moynihan and Milton Friedman the economist. Incidentally, every member of congress can bring one guest to the state of union address. The president gets up to twenty four guests who can sit with the first lady in her box. The speaker of the house also gets up to twenty four guest guest speakers box. Cd for congress on the main floor is by a first in first serve basis. No reservations. However, the cabinet except for that one person supreme court justices members of the diplomatic corps and the military leaders of the joint chiefs of staff do have reserved seating. But that's interesting. I didn't know that the speaker and the president they invited to twenty four guests each interesting way, six six five zero JIMBO one eight six six five zero five four six two.

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The news you missed during your summer vacation

The Big Biz Radio Show

05:44 min | 4 years ago

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,

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How the Heart Pumps Blood

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

09:55 min | 4 years ago

How the Heart Pumps Blood

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