35 Burst results for "Dan Rathers"

Kurt Schlichter: Thank You, Pro-Life Movement

The Dan Bongino Show

00:38 sec | 2 d ago

Kurt Schlichter: Thank You, Pro-Life Movement

"And who gets credit for this Well I can think of two folks One is collective It is the people who have fought for over 49 years almost 50 years for life You people who have been out there marching and organizing and praying in the pro life movement Today is your day You won God is great You won It's all it took a long time There were millions of babies dead But millions of babies are going to be saved by this So thank you pro life movement You guys this is your day

Justice Alito: There Is No Constitutional Right to Abortion

The Dan Bongino Show

00:55 sec | 2 d ago

Justice Alito: There Is No Constitutional Right to Abortion

"Today in an opinion by justice Alito joined by four other members of the court it was concurred with by noted invertebrate justice Roberts who said well I wouldn't have overturned roe I would have just upheld this law He got rid of roe V wade got rid of case He said very flat out they are overruled There's no debate about that There is no constitutional right to abortion State legislatures here you go All on you This is a great day Now this is not the end of the abortion fight not by a long shot The battlefield has just changed The battlefield has changed from the federal courts where we argue about what an undue burden according to Casey On a woman's right to abortion is No no no Now it's back to the legislature back to the ballot box Where it belongs

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Make Sure You Pre-Order 'We'll Be Back: The Fall and Rise of America'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:11 min | 2 d ago

Make Sure You Pre-Order 'We'll Be Back: The Fall and Rise of America'

"I am also a senior columnist of town hall you might want to check out my new column Is John cornyn on drugs Because I hope he's on drugs because that's the best possible explanation for the insanity of his gun sellout And I'm also the author of will be back The fallen rise of America a book about where we are how we got here what pitfalls we face is are we just going to fade away like Japan where everybody's going to get old and live with their cats and have no kids Are we going to have a national divorce Are we going to have a Civil War I look at that I leverage my military experience including my time at the army war college I was at the U.S. Army war college which is the Chico state of war colleges It's a party war college but I leverage that And Dan bongino has blurbed the book A great Dan bongino actually says this is a good book You're going to like it go get it Are you going to disappoint Dan Are you going to break Dan's heart Pre order We'll be back the phone rise of America comes out July 12th and you can get it on Amazon or Barnes and noble where all the other book places

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Kurt Schlichter: Every American Should Read the SCOTUS Decision

The Dan Bongino Show

01:14 min | 2 d ago

Kurt Schlichter: Every American Should Read the SCOTUS Decision

"Let's look at abortion and Alito Alito in his opinion in Dobbs takes this off of ages vivisect it It's actually

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Jeffrey Toobin: The Constitution Originalists Are Winning

The Dan Bongino Show

01:31 min | 2 d ago

Jeffrey Toobin: The Constitution Originalists Are Winning

"And speaking of messes our friend Jerry Jeffrey toobin CNN legal owner I mean analyst the guy who made Zoom calls ever so awkward He's got some things to say about what happened today He is a lawyer of a sort And he is very very upset About this Cut number 11 What they call originalist So who believe that the constitution should be interpreted as the people who ratified it in the late 18th century understood the words to mean and as justice alita's opinion says the constitution doesn't mention abortion So there's no right to abortion That's the end of the story To him Other justices feel that the constitution has to be interpreted in light of how the society has changed And sometimes described as a living constitution And abortion rights was roe V wade and this decisions ratifying It certainly was a decision that was based on a living conception of the constitution The original mister winning Well look that was Jeffrey toobin CNN's legal owner

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Dinesh Answers Some Important Questions About Voter Fraud

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:38 min | 2 d ago

Dinesh Answers Some Important Questions About Voter Fraud

"To our first question. Hey, Dan, so two quick questions. The first one you said Republicans did pretty well in 2020. But it was Trump that lost. So my question is, you know, if those were illegal ballots, you know, why do you think Republicans did well? I mean, why not go all out and just make them all, you know, Democrat ballots, and then just make it more sweeping. So that's kind of a question I have is why only Trump and, you know, people would vote for Republicans, otherwise. Secondly, regarding those two women that are those two people, I think they're women that were arrested in Yuma, Arizona. They're arrested for trafficking, so it looks like upon reading it, they just collected them illegally and deposited them in a drop box. I don't think there was anything that alluded to multiple drop boxes, you know, 20, 30, 40 a night, or anything like that. So so far, it's great that they were caught, but not about nothing about multiple dropboxes. So again, that the volume of fraud doesn't appear to be there. At least in those two cases, thank you. Yeah, these are both really good questions and already of a higher caliber than some of the so called fact check issues that are raised that I've been answering on the podcast. Let me deal with them one by one. On the issue of the Don ballots, we raise it in the movie. In fact, I myself say that it is an argument against fraud that Trump lost by down ballot Republicans did pretty well. And so that is put out there for people to recognize in act one in the very opening minutes of the movie. Now, sometimes when you have a theory, you're able to sort of go back and apply it to puzzles that were there at the beginning and it immediately resolves them. But at other times you have a theory that doesn't speak to the issue. And I think this is a case where the argument of 2000 meals or the evidence of 2000 meals doesn't really resolve how that anomaly occurred. And here's what I mean. It is possible that the altered ballots or the fraudulent ballots were voted democratic all the way down. They weren't just votes for Biden, but they were votes straight down the ticket for Democrats. And so even though there was fraud to that degree, the degree of the cheating shown in the movie in Trump's case, the fraud was enough to defeat Trump, so Trump lost Georgia. But the fraud was not enough to change the down ballot outcome. So some other Republicans in places like Arizona, Georgia, still did pretty well. And obviously

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Dan Bongino: The Good Guys Won Today

The Dan Bongino Show

00:27 sec | 2 d ago

Dan Bongino: The Good Guys Won Today

"What a momentous day I'm at you know even though we obviously knew because of the leak that the road decision was likely going to be overturned Now that it's happened I'm oddly I've never had a loss for words and at a loss for words to accurately accurately describe the elation I feel today That in the end you know the good guys won At least temporarily this fight never

Doug Mastriano: I Was Number One on the DNC's Hit List

The Dan Bongino Show

01:32 min | 3 d ago

Doug Mastriano: I Was Number One on the DNC's Hit List

"It was kind of hilarious to watch They were painting the Senate race which Doctor Oz why I support the Republican and you know in any race regardless of your feeling about doctor Rossi's far better than that Bernie Sanders lunatic running in that race But you remember everybody's like wow he's more of a moderate and mastery is no chance whatsoever but the odd thing is you're polling actually ahead of it I'm not asking you to go after him at all I'm just saying you're polling actually ahead of where he's falling which always goes to show you the media you can almost be guaranteed they're going to get the story wrong when evaluating a Republican every single time And it's funny I don't know if you were tracking this And thank you for your words of encouragement there over the past couple of months here when I've been so laid by the media You know you're doing the right thing I appreciate Teddy Roosevelt says you could judge a man's character by whose enemies are So thank you very much Media for that But last year the Democrats the DNC worked with the Democrat legislative campaign campaign YouTube blacklist 21 state legislators and I was number one on their hit list So this all came out in the salon of political article this past November And they viewed me as a threat to their plans in Pennsylvania and decided to attack me with talking points with all the mainstream media and their goal was to hit me so bad publicly that I'd resign and shame They did a poll in November and they are appalled at the results They saw my negatives or single digits and they said not only did it make him more popular in a state he's a lead candidate for governor like no kidding Thank you very much We watched this with Donald Trump We're not going to fall for it a second time

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Doug Mastriano: Rising in the Pennsylvania Polls

The Dan Bongino Show

01:12 min | 3 d ago

Doug Mastriano: Rising in the Pennsylvania Polls

"Was saying on the show before that I'm fascinated by national electoral politics in Pennsylvania is obviously a critical state And it was called for years pre Donald Trump It was called fool's gold You probably heard that before because Republicans would chase it and they would always lose And consultants Doug would warn them Don't pour any money in the Pennsylvania Well you know Donald Trump in 2016 changed a lot of that and I'm hoping you can change that trajectory back How is the race looking and you think you got a chance to take this light blue state and turn it red Yeah We have a great chance I'm a retired army car idea with sex From real Bill like rusty used to say right So there was a poll taken about a month ago or so heavy about 9 points behind my opponent then a poll last week has had me three points and Paul this week as we even closer and apparently there's another poll that's going to be released in a couple of days that has us even And you know how those polls work Republican are always behind even more ahead It was the same thing with Donald Trump As far as our chances to win I think there are fantastic And the media is obsession and hate and hyperbole about me I think is an endemic of the fact that they believe I'm going to win

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Honest Reactions to Rising Gas Prices

The Dan Bongino Show

00:50 sec | 3 d ago

Honest Reactions to Rising Gas Prices

"You see his Twitter account I was walking around the capitol and I had some kind Say to his son that guy swalwell He doesn't like Trump He's totally making this up That never actually happened I promise you He's totally completely making these stories up I don't make them up I go to the guest pump although and I watch people's reactions So a couple of days ago I'm at the pump business guy there There's a woman next to him two separate cars that right in front of me I'm watching them I don't know if it's his daughter or what they were talking like at misses daughter He's paying for both of them He looks at his thing He looks at the price on his thing He starts shaking his head He walks inside to pay the daughter yells to him like dad whatever 76 70 and a father's like David man I was like this is unbelievable This is affecting everybody to gas

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FBI Seizes Nevada GOP Chairman’s Phone in Fake Elector Investigation

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 3 d ago

FBI Seizes Nevada GOP Chairman’s Phone in Fake Elector Investigation

"I team news KLA S FBI seizes Nevada GOP's chairman's phone as part of a fake elector investing Oh my gosh Jim Pressuring electors The 2020 election sounds really horrible Sounds like a huge scandal Well we played this yesterday isn't it kind of interesting how something's only a scandal when the Republicans do it but when the Democrats pressure presidential electors in the 2016 election pressure them on national television by the way they don't get an FBI investigation Matter of fact they get raisins They get prime time shows They get celebrated They make documentaries Yeah we played this yesterday but it's worth playing again So a bunch of these people are under investigation for pressuring electors or whatever trying to appoint other electors whatever it may be because they had a problem with the 2020 election Democrats do the same thing on national television back in 2016 No problem at all Here listen for yourself FBI by the way if you're listening you may want to investigate these two Chris Hayes and Michael Moore check this out I think there are people who are pushing very hard to think that because of some of the constitutional perils of the emoluments clause because of the popular vote margin because of a fundamentals they think threat to liberal democracy that electors should be persuaded and pressured on Monday to part with what their pledges and vote and vote against Donald Trump Yes they absolutely should do that Absolutely I believe right now that there are electors And we need 38 of them who have a conscience or who are worried about a man who won't attend the daily security briefings who we now know Russia was trying to help get elected I mean can you imagine if I said if you or I had been running for office and they showed that the Iranians were somehow involved in helping you or me get elected what would happen to you or me Chris I'm just curious What would happen FBI is just throwing that out there

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Catch Gina Carano Live on 'Unfiltered With Dan Bongino' This Weekend

The Dan Bongino Show

00:45 sec | 3 d ago

Catch Gina Carano Live on 'Unfiltered With Dan Bongino' This Weekend

"By the way I got Gina Carano on my Fox show this weekend Yeah Jim Gina Carano Big Gina Carano fan Just choose an awesome fighter in the UFC It's gonna be on my Fox show this weekend So that's gonna be pretty awesome unfiltered 9 p.m. Set your DVR if you can't make that line It'll be live in studio In studio up at NYC if they get a little solo trip up there so I don't know what's gonna happen It's a live show Kevin's saying Jim Dan budge in front of a live camera Could be trouble I can't I can't 5 more on Fox Fox nation people are calling up the CEO right I'm going to get step first get him off the Tom kercher billboard card I'm kidding You know the fact check

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SCOTUS: Constitution Protects Right to Carry a Gun Outside the Home

The Dan Bongino Show

01:09 min | 3 d ago

SCOTUS: Constitution Protects Right to Carry a Gun Outside the Home

"That monumental Second Amendment Supreme Court case came down today that basically is gonna make it really hard for far left states to stop you from acquiring a concealed carry weapons permit in these states It's as simple as that My stance is the constitution is your in fact your Gary permit But a lot of these liberal states are going to do the best they can to keep firearms out of the hands of law abiding people because they don't want you to protect yourself They want you to be in hock to the government that the police department they want to defund which is kind of odd Only the police should have guns But defund them too kind of a strange take isn't it But if you're a liberal you wake up every morning and you reconcile that and that makes sense to you somehow Why I don't know I've stopped trying to get into your heads I can't figure out stupid and I don't want to be accepted in the village of the stupid The worst thing that can happen is to walk into a village of idiots and then be like yes our king has arrived You are one of us No no I'm not I'm not I don't want to be your king I don't want to be your subject I don't want anything to do with a village of imbecile I don't want to try to understand you guys You can't have a gun to protect yourself The police will do it but we should defund them too makes perfect sense

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Rand Paul Never Received an Answer Regarding Royalties From COVID Meds

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | 4 d ago

Rand Paul Never Received an Answer Regarding Royalties From COVID Meds

"Know you're busy You have questioned and done a very good job questioning Doctor Fauci He's paid by the taxpayers Senators you well know he's not your orthopedist He is a public figure paid by asu should be questioned And you had asked him about potential royalties Payments to people in the government from some of the companies involved in the production of some of the COVID medical medical treatments Did you ever get an answer I noticed he was very evasive He said he didn't know or he would look Did you ever get an answer on that So a nonprofit group asked the NIH how many physicians are scientists get royalties and how much They wouldn't give us the names of the researchers and they wouldn't give us the companies but they did reveal that 1800 scientists got a 193 million So this is not chump change This is a decent amount of money But they refuse to tell us the companies and they refuse to tell us the individuals So that's all been redacted We would think this is like the atomic secrets or something on how to make an atomic bomb They've redacted all of it but it's basically going to cover their ass They don't want to have it revealed But the question I asked about you is this is there anybody on the committees approving the vaccines that has gotten royalties from the companies making the vaccines And he says oh the law doesn't require us to reveal that And I said well common sense does and every sense of duty and responsibility and transparency and sunshine argues that yes we should know who got the royalties and if anybody got friends they didn't that's fine Let us know But it makes me very suspicious when they white it all out or when they black at LL

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Rand Paul: The Problem With Rushing Gun Reform Legislation

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 4 d ago

Rand Paul: The Problem With Rushing Gun Reform Legislation

"Question we got it last night at 6 30 and voted at 7 30 We were given one hour to read it It is and does have direct impact on the constitution on the Second Amendment And so it was not nearly enough time to examine it But there is one thing on the face of it that I do support and that is allowing the criminal records of 16 to 18 year olds to be seen If you've committed murder you committed rape assault if you've committed animal cruelty frankly when you're 15 or 16 years old making that part of the background checks I'm fine with The problem is this is a lot of money that's going to support states with red flag laws What I would do is add amendments to this bill and I'm offering about 5 amendments that will go in They won't let me offer them but I'll try to put them in the next day or two One says that a state to a red flag law can't do what's called ex parte that means that a judge can't take away your rights without you appearing and without you getting an attorney So it can't be a judge's ruling without sometimes these rulings are done These orders to take guns away are done without you even being notified even that there's been an accusation made The accusations also should not be anonymous Several of the states that have passed red flag laws say that you can make an anonymous accusation I know of no system of justice where that would be just And so I've introduced amendments to say you would get defense counsel You would get a hearing that it can't be anonymous And that the standard for judging whether or not you lose gun rights should not be something that's reasonable but should be the constitutional standard of beyond a reasonable doubt And I've actually told them I would consider even looking at the bill if you were to pass these amendments protecting the rights of gun owners in your red flag laws but so far we're hearing is that no amendments will be allowed and there will be no votes on amendments which is a sure way to get conservatives very very suspicious of the process

Rand Paul: Why We Proposed the Read the Bills Act

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | 4 d ago

Rand Paul: Why We Proposed the Read the Bills Act

"This bill was 80 pages and we were given one hour Occasionally we've had two or 3000 page bills that were given an hour or two So this is the kind of thing That's why I have a bill called read the bills act I know that sounds extraordinary but I would have them read the bills and I would have them wait one day for every 20 pages So this is an 80 page Bill I would have had four reading days so we could read it here from our constituents I'd like to hear from hunters and gun owners in Kentucky I'd like to hear from constitutional professors in Kentucky and around the country I'd like to read articles about it Instead my staff and our scrambling to get a first read through this really not always knowing the implication usually it's like strike line 42 and you don't know what 42 is until you look it up in another book to find out what was line 42 and to replace words from May to shall to might to mandate to require There's a lot of little changes can make a big difference But the bottom line is this There's one good idea and that is that people committing crimes from 15 to 18 that will show up in the background checks I'm okay with that But the problem with the funding of the red flag laws is they do a lot of things that are not constitutional You should always be accused openly You should know of your accusation and you should be able to get a lawyer and have a court proceeding No one should accuse you anonymously and you should have the constitutional standard of being guilty beyond a reasonable doubt not some judge without a lawyer says oh yeah it's pretty reasonable to take his guns So I hope to be a full vote of debate on this but what's most disturbing to me is that we are looking at things that affect the Second Amendment of the constitution and that there will not be any debate or any vote on the amendment That's my prediction I could be wrong but my guess is that I will not be allowed to protest my amendments And that's not very democratic

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Rand Paul: What We Can Learn From South America's Failures

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | 4 d ago

Rand Paul: What We Can Learn From South America's Failures

"Paul Senator I get your point You're right I think in the short term you're correct I don't want to be overly apocalyptic I think Biden's approval numbers are clearly indicative that the argument that we can spend money without consequence is kind of gone by the wayside But I think long-term we just the media keeps blocking running like an offensive tackle blocking the story I'll give you a perfect example not to get into global affairs but Gustavo Petrov and Columbia center the guys that devout communists He just got elected in Colombia In countries in South America some of them were just starting to turn the corner And you have this pernicious idea this socialist idea of top down authoritarianism led by big government spending and economic control that just continues to resurface around the world And you'd think after this inflation crisis we could finally put this thing to bed for once Yeah and there's so much that can be learned by looking at the failures in South America You know my wife and I wrote a book called the case against socialism and in it we tell the story of socialism in Venezuela they've destroyed their money prices are rising at 50% not a year a month there's a lack of food The average person in Venezuela has lost 30 pounds not from dieting but from lack of food And their system their economic system and socialism the generals get fat that dear leader president for life gets fat but the ordinary citizen is grounds around There are actually stories of people eating their pets for lack of food But Venezuela has more oil underground than Saudi Arabia so you can take a rich country with lots of natural resources and destroy it with socialism That's the story we need to keep talking about because some of the young people in our country think it would be a good idea to try socialism But it's been a disaster everywhere it's been tried

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Rand Paul: Inflation Costs Are Outpacing Stimulus Checks

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 4 d ago

Rand Paul: Inflation Costs Are Outpacing Stimulus Checks

"But you know what what if I strange about this Is your man of science or a doctor But I've been following you and your father for a long time and you've been talking about these things forever that if you're going to have Fiat money not bedrock and anything other than the faith and credit of a government that is no intention of keeping a stable money supply that eventually you're going to get inflation You've only been talking about this for 20 years I don't know as long as I've been in politics I've heard you wouldn't even hear dad mentioning it Now you've been proved prescient right correct And again it seems to be like the data is always on our side Yet we mysteriously continue to lose this debate and I think it's intermediary we call the media here That just keeps telling people that no no if we try it this time it'll definitely work I don't know if we're losing the debate because I think the winds are behind us coming to November and in November people are going to attach blame to the rising gas prices and grocery spices They're going to attach blame to the lack of formula on the shelves the bare shelves for other supplies as well And I think the blame is going squarely on the shoulders of Democrats and Biden So I think people are smarter the media hasn't got it in the media is promoting fairytales like green causes inflation But I think we just keep hammering back I mean one of the indications of inflation is a measure of the money supply called the M two It's gone up 15% annualized over the last three years and last January it was going up at a 27% annualized rate So when you increase the money supply basically to pay or buy the debt that we have incurred by spending too much that's what inflation is And so it's an expansion of the money supply And I think people get that Even the people who received the $1400 checks kind of say to themselves well I know this really can't be free There's got to be this is kind of some kind of scam right I'm not going to have to pay somehow Well that's what's happening now The inflation tax is to pay for the free checks that went out And in the end some people are paying much more for gas now than they ever received in the stimulus

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"dan rather" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"dan rather" Discussed on Longform Podcast

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Longform Podcast

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"dan rather" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"Of arrogance. The mistakes that come from will what was things said like a jet fuel hose of ego national great right right nasa gray. Do you think about those moments. Do you regret them now. Not very often but about that had pieces myself but from time to time i do mostly in the largest context of saying who had lucky. I am to have lived this long. And i've had my health too long and that i've had time to learn from our mistakes incorrect. Some obama sakes. I don't mind admitting this. And my wife. Jean vising sometimes dan just because you know is true. You don't always active publicly. Admitted you just begin to think that if not the whole world love the world is revolved around you looking back on it. You find yourself talking about yourself much more than you should of thinking about yourself. I and you've gotta convince yourself as you press. Clippings in the ratings are true at went through a period. Which i wife jean. I'm sorry don't know gene. We've been married sixty three years now. She's not given to this kind of language and she'd be embarrassed but several times took new science at dan. You are becoming a version of the sunpower perpetual motion all american bullshit. Ed you don't even realize it with your wife tissue side. It does us the favor of saying something along those lines to you. You know you need to reassess on some level that's all we can ask our partners though you know to tell us if we're turning into an asshole exactly it's funny though you know it's the thing he said about thinking that the world revolves around you talking too much about yourself and thinking too much about yourself. I think almost everyone falls prey to that pretty often. Actually at least like in your defense. You had a camera pointed at you five nights a week. You know you actually. We're the star of your own movie that's true to degree but in that row. What's called far is latitude and humidity and appreciation. Not egos interested in. That wasn't what i expected you to say. But it makes sense to me. What if it makes sense to use one of the few simple things. I've said during this hour. Unfortunately that's not the case. I hate to break it to you but you said a lot of things that make a lot of sense to me and a lot of things that are surprising. There's another surprising part of your life. Dan i feel like we should talk about which is where you are now in public life and my sense from the outside just watching twitter and facebook is that your voice has changed since he left. Cbs and i don't know whether it's more political or fuller or more you but it feels different to me than the person. I grew up watching it on the evening news. Does it feel different to you. Yes it does. Feel that way.

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"dan rather" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"dan rather" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"I'm not trying to be cute here because i know myself that the mistake was show deeply ingrained in me. I just thought to the end. Something happened out. I'll be. Cbs news obviously will be in a considerably reduced position. But i want to say. But when finally when i'm told that yourself out of the office get yourself outta here of a deep breaths in shadwell your show believe in the heritage history but maybe not quite as forcefully. Wanted the way you're describing it is. It's almost like a kind of face. I think it was kind of it. Had an inner spirit for so many years. There were all kinds of sort of codes inside of codes for example for years. If you were a correspondent sent to relieve another correspondent you had to touch the hand handle for example when i went to cover the india pakistan war of nineteen sixty five. I was sent to leave another legendary. Cbs news correspondent winston debt. And i was relieved him on the western part of india was the war with pakistan. What's going on. He couldn't leave the battlefield until i arrived in literally tushes head. Then that was okay. It's mine from your own and just small rituals like that. Were deeply ingrained. The connection that you had to the place what it meant to you. Despite knowing on some level that it could be true despite it taking its various dense. Do you think that it's connected in some way to optimism to believing the best possible version of things possible does that. Does that sound right to you that that yes it. Does sean right to me. And frankly i think that's very perceptive question. I don't know much of a monopolist by nature and by experience. I like to think that the longer. I've gone in life and become more boom optimistic but i'm Within me i know that about myself. And i also know that too much. Something like a job. Something An organization of cbs news. Because if you love it too much get blinded to short comings and also you fail to see flaws and i think it's legitimate criticism of may that in terms of cvs news it. I came to love it too. Much wasn't realistic about some things including myself from my own role. I'll made mum shakes. I didn't always had well. Don't misunderstand me wanna emphasize that. Over the years i made mistakes. Some of those mistakes were born arrogance about which. Cbs as the saying goes. I didn't leave anything on the tape. Yeah i gave it everything. I gave it the best i had now in the end. If my best was not good enough there you are the mistakes.

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"dan rather" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"dan rather" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"Designed. Feel that but did that. Make you feel totally insane. Not totally just a little bit longer. It seems really hard to me. It is hard. But i'll tell you for me in time i worked at. Cbs years were sa- told him forty four years. What you from losing your balance in this area in the context of what we're now talking about was this at. Cbs news one was always very aware of the history and heritage and the sense of it was that it was recalling. Some people laugh at that but created this feeling for those of us on the inside. The cbs news was a magical mystical kingdom in which every correspondent was expected to be a night that in our dreams. We had knelt in the blade in place in your shoulder. Your cbs news correspondent. Don't forget moreau several ride cronkite long history. So the magical. Mystical kingdom was noted by night who every day in every way tried to do and report on truth justice in the american way and every man and woman actually the news from the person who cleaned up the dishes in the cafeteria right up through the ranks was part of that. Now it wasn't true it may sound strange inviting me outside but those of us on the inside. It was a great part of what is going. No it doesn't sound strange. I think lots of people have been connected to one institution or another that's able to define that mystique for itself but it's jarring when you realize that you know santa clauses in real. What was that like for you. When did you realize that that mystique can hear it in your voice. Even that there was value in the mystique and that it meant something to you and it still does but when did you realize that it wasn't true. Would it be perfectly truthful with you. try to be. I believed to the end in many ways. Still believe it. I don't want to overstate this but probably fowler shopping. Some ways but some. I think irish poet said something along the lines about the church says a child until the child is six or seven years old and a few giving the child for that period will always be a string to his heart and blocked and that was way it was recipients news with me. It was the day that i walked out of there and.

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"dan rather" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"dan rather" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"That first night march night. You remember what it felt like sure sure. Of course i remember it very well was in the old. Cbs eighty new studios at five. Twenty four west fifty seventh street. I was a little nervous. But the two things i kept saying to myself. I do remember saying these things myself. One was aversion can do it. I've spent nearly my whole adult life in preparing to do this and the other was. Don't take yourself seriously take you work seriously. I already knew that. Being named to succeed walter. Cronkite would put me in a position of frankly inhaling every day kind of national grade rocket fuel for the eagles and that could be dangerous. It sounds pretty dangerous. It also sounds like a little bit lonely. They say is slow. Me the top all wanna keep this in perspective that no consider myself a lonely person. I don't suffer rate loans. And i've been but there certainly is a sense that you're it it wasn't doing. It was one person and it was always a great weight. I couldn't complain about it. Because i knew going in but to stop. Thank you know. Trying to succeed walter. Cronkite i mean close. Friends of mine urge me not to take the job. they said. listen nobody can succeed. Walter cronkite the first person to try to do. It is bound to fail. It'll be the second person comes along. That's just the way life used in And that wasn't sense. I had a lot of help. A lot of fringe thought generally willful of cbs. But in the end when the red light goes on you in the end you're by yourself you're by yourself but also you've got to be so many things to so many people in that moment. Was it hard to like. Hold on to yourself in that job. Franklin candid the answer is yes and the law muren that role the more difficult it is to say true to yourself and to remember who you are and who you want to be but a as opposed to who a lot about people want you to be one of the many legitimate criticisms can mehta me. Is i try to be a pleaser. I suffer what scottish fitzgerald once called the americans disease. Which is you want everybody to love you and particularly when you're on television five nights a week the question of who am i. You should ask more often what you wind up asking you much more often is what do they think. I did feel from that first night in nineteen eighty one for a good time after that. I did say you're version to myself. When you've always said yourself you wanna be impression later Here it is. Here's the pressure so meet the pressure. I kind of wonder if if you feel like both those things can be true at the same time like you can both wonder what people are thinking in want to please and also be present in the moment in rising to the pressure like can those two things exist at the same time. Yes and i'm here to bear witness again because it did with me. It won't always be successful. It sometimes the the undertow of trying to please push it. Rish your ability to be depression. Other times you're able to say yourself. Frankly i don't give a damn what they think. I know what's right are under what we need to do. And you move to it but you know last a lifetime. Journalism is taught me that many people don't understand about journalism as a whole if that is journalism is not an exact science. Journalism is more accrued. Artan nobody can do it perfectly. Nobody how you're trying to help. The two are no matter how great you are and the moreau's and confines of the world would tell you the same thing that even on its best days you're likely to make some mistakes and part of being a complete professional home at the level. We're talking you learn to accept that on most days almost every day you will short of doing it perfectly. I'm away. i'm not surprised to hear you say that. In and i think that that's true but i also think that that idea is in like direct tension with the spirits of the cbs evening news. While you were anchoring that show and really like what you are expected to do which was to be if not perfect then definitive. And that idea the thing you're talking about the journalism is accrued art that can't be perfected that it's not a science and yet everything from the aesthetics of that show to the tone to the way that you delivered the news. At least my impression is that it was designed to feel that way was an is.

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"dan rather" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"dan rather" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"Know. I had been a journalist for more than ten years. And without any conceit. I thought it was pretty good. I can report. I could write. I had him on the air. But when i've to new york mets i walked the home of nagy's several ride collingwood. Would admiral had just happened. Still around those names don't mean much now but in my time they were the superstars of not just television news television. I don't like to use a cliche but minor league baseball players who are moved up to the major leagues sometimes marvel and how much better the pitching is her boat. Break sharper fastballs faster. That was very much my sense of it. When i got to new york can walk homes at. Cbs was boil boy. This is a fast track to extend your metaphor for a second. Did you feel like you could hit that pitching. Did you have confidence that you'd get there or did you show up and feel like i'm not in the right place. No i had it since the definitely was in the right place. Frankly and i hope this won't be seen as arrogant anyway. But i have to say much there. I felt it was my destiny. Keep in mind that was bedridden with medic fever as a child i heard these voices of cbs news on the radio by bedside right. I had dreamed of it now about. Can i hit I always had confidence. I'd never had confidence. Maybe sometimes later in my career started in was a since you can do this. But i really got to focus and i've got to be all in was my feeling remember. After the first day was in new york and i met several collingwood moral meyer. Reaction was a long way from being anywhere near their inability in talent. But i can do it. But i had to hurry. New york is not a place where you get second. Chances no was gonna wait for you to figure it out. Well it didn't take long for you figure it out. And how long was it before you ended up in the chair. Well let's see. I came to work at. Cbs us already. Nineteen sixty two. I took the chair as anchor and managing editor. Cbs news from the iconic. Walter cronkite march ninth nineteen eighty-one so which basically twenty years and almost exactly forty years ago. Actually does it feel like forty years ago some days that seems like four hundred years ago and other days. It feels like yesterday. I hey i want to tell you about squarespace when people tell me. They want to build a website. Because i'm not an expert on this topic. I always recommend squarespace because i don't want to have to help them. And squarespace is the on one platform where you can build a beautiful online presence. That i don't have to help you. With which is awesome that i even use it for my own websites. Because i don't have time to be worrying about how the mobile layout of a website looks on some phone that i don't have to test it on. I don't have to think about that stuff. When it comes to squarespace they've got a simple drag design template tool that shows you what it looks like at all different viewpoints and sizes..

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"dan rather" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"dan rather" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"And cbs national. Pick up some coverage and that had a real impact on people right. I mean it was the first time that people sitting at home could see where the hurricane was in relation to their house geographically and it got people out of there. Exactly this is where keep in mind that nobody on television is using radio for weather. Nobody and radar was only beginning to be used even by the national weather service but they had a radar installation in galveston one of the few in the country. So what happened was breakthrough on television. Although i didn't realize it at the time we superimpose a map of texas coast over the radar picture of the hurricane which showed people dramatically in a way that had never been done before. Just how big the hurricane was and what a great danger was and that resulted in a mass evacuation from the texas coast. Which at the time was the largest based on evacuation in the history of the country You use the word me from obscurity. But i think that's a fair description. They over job with the network as a result of that hurricane coverage. It was my big breathless. What did that big break feel like for you at felt absolutely wonderful. It was a dream. Come true this is cbs in new york. And we want to talk to you about coming to work here. You want but that quickly led to a very heavy dose of a first of all gratitude and secondly for humidity. Because when i got to your you know. I had been a journalist for more than ten years. And without any conceit. I thought it was pretty good. I can report. I could write. I had him on.

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"dan rather" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"dan rather" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"Hello welcome to long-form podcast maxence game here with my co hosts. Aaron lamour and evan ratliff. Gentlemen hello hello max. What have you got for us today. This week on the show is an episode of our show which is also an episode of another show. You saying this is a crossover event. Crossover episode if we had an air horn. This is where the air horn you guys know. I am hosting into the podcast. It's called seventy over seventy. It launched in may i'm talking to Seventy remarkable people all of them over the age of seventy forty talked to Dionne warwick and norman lear. All kinds of incredible people. This week on seventy is dan rather and i thought you know dan rather that. That's interesting to our people here on long form. Podcast to a crossover episode. Dan rathers in two places at once. Worked for everyone. What is dan rather up to now. Well for the young people who are listing. Who might not remember this time. Dan rather was the anchor of the cbs evening. News for like twenty five years and We talked a lot about that time in media. There's three tv networks. He was talking to like tens of millions of people a night but also just what it was like for him to be in that role he described it as a nasa grade fuel for your ego and so we talked about like that thing and then we also talked about how it ended and some people listening might remember rather was accused of sort of being duped by forged documents his time it. Cbs news ended quite unceremoniously. And we talked about that too in particularly like what that experience was like for him. But now aaron to answer your question. He's like an independent journalist. he's living in texas. He's writing books. He's got a wait for it sub stack and he's doing his thing. I almost stepped on your factual statement by making the exact joke. That is apparently not a joke. I did not know that he has a subject. That's that's real. He has a subject and he's out like doing journalism and that was part of it was interesting talking to him to is like he was in this position where he was talking to like a third of the country every night and now he's a freelance journalist doing the stories he wants to do and so we talked about that to dan rather he's just like us now. If you like us he would be doing his newsletter with mail. Chimp they make it easy and there are sponsor so i would hope that anyone who wants to start an independent journalism. Dan rathers would go the mail. Chimp route. I have used their products for many years and always been delighted. Thanks malcolm now. Here's max with. Dan rather dan rather. This is crazy. That i'm interviewing you. I've listened to like hundreds and hundreds of interviews you've done this is exciting for me. I'm honored to be on with you. And if you. I really like to talk to you about your life right now and about the worker do right now because i'm i'm fascinated by but i was wondering if we could start by going back. There's a time in your professional life where it seems like you were almost plucked from obscurity input in this really prominent national spotlight as a reporter and as a news anchor seems like it happened really quickly did it feel that way to you or or do i have the story wrong. Short answer is yes. It did appear that way to me. At the time. I had always dreamed of being reporter and i think so much of very lucky that i wasn't able to get jobs as journalists. Know coming out of college. I was the anchor at a television station. You extend page. you'll you'll receive affiliate which was by far the best jaw head. A flunked out of being a newspaper. Mandatory the truth. I was very bad speller the time. Nineteen sixty one came around was the director of news and community affairs basically to direct myself but at any rate a great hurricane a hurricane that is still thanks on record the largest hurricane in go gopher mexico carla rent hurricane caller september nineteen sixty one because i grew up in hurricane country on the texas coast. I knew about hurricanes and i'd covered hurricanes before it turned out to be the right person in the right time. Doing some of the right things and we were able to do live coverage which was that time unheard.

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70 Over 70

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"dan rather" Discussed on 70 Over 70

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I can do it in spent nearly my whole adult life in preparing to do this and the other was. Don't take yourself seriously take work seriously. I already knew that. Being named to succeed walter. Cronkite would put me in a position of frankly inhaling every day kind of nasa grade rocket fuel the eagle and that could be dangerous. Yeah that sounds pretty dangerous. It also sounds like a little bit lonely. You know they say is slow to talk. I want to keep this in perspective. That i've never visited myself you alone person. I don't suffer rate loans. I didn't been but there certainly is a sense that you're it. It wasn't doing anchor. One person and there was always a great weight. I couldn't complain about it. Because i knew going in. But just stop and think trying to succeed walter cronkite. I mean close. Friends of mine urged me not to take the job. they said. listen. Nobody can succeed. Walter cronkite the first person who tries to do. It is bound to fail. It'll be the second person comes along. That's just the way life is. Dan and there wasn't a sense. I had a lot of help. A lot of friends thought was generally will of it. Cbs but in the end when the red light goes on is just you in the end. You're by yourself you're by yourself but also you've got to be so many things to so many people in that moment. Was it hard to like. Hold onto yourself in that job. Franklin candidate the answer is yes and the law muren that role the more difficult it is to say true self and to remember who you are and who you want to be As opposed to who a lot about people wanting to be one of the many legitimate criticisms can made of me is i. Try to be pleaser. That i i suffer. What's up its shero. Once called the americans z's wishes you want everybody to love and particularly when you're on television five nights a week the question of of who am i. You should ask more often what you wind up asking much more often is a what do they think. I did feel from that first night in nineteen eighty one for a good time after that. I did say aversion to myself. When you've always said yourself you wanna be a pressure later. Here it is. Here's the pressure so meet the pressure. you feel like both things can be true at the same time like you can both wonder what people are thinking in want to please and also be present in the moment in rising to the pressure like can those two things exist at the same time yes. I'm here to bear witness tuesday because it did with me. It won't always be successful. It'll sometimes the undertow of trying to please put your ability be depression. And other times. You're able to say to yourself frankly. I don't give a damn what they think i know. What's right are what we need to do. And you move to but you know i- lifetime in journalism is taught me that many people don't understand about journalism is whole that is it. Journalism is not an exact science. Journalism is more accrued artan. Nobody can do it perfectly. Nobody how has you're trying to help. The two are no matter how great you are and the mirage and to the world would tell you the same thing that even on its best days is you're likely to make some mistakes and part of being a complete professional at the level. We're talking you learn to accept that on most days up. Almost every day you'll fall short during it perfectly. Yeah you know. i'm. I'm in a way i'm not surprised to hear you say that in and i think that that's true but i also think that that idea is in like direct tension with the experience of the cbs evening news. While you were anchoring that show and really like what you were expected to do which was to be if not perfect then definitive shoe. I'd agree with that. And that idea the thing you're talking about the journalism crude art that it can't be perfected that it's not a science and yet everything from the aesthetics of that show to the tone to the way that you delivered the news. 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"dan rather" Discussed on 70 Over 70

70 Over 70

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"dan rather" Discussed on 70 Over 70

"Sean. My name is shannon layton. i land passes texas. I turned seventy this summer. And it's the fall of nineteen seventy-two keeping in mind. This was really for both of us. The high.

"dan rather" Discussed on This is Today

This is Today

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"dan rather" Discussed on This is Today

"Make this unique. It's tuesday march ninth. Twenty twenty one. I'm russ and here's what you need to know about today. Well first of all it's national barbie day and it's because it's barbies birthday so i'm gonna talk about this one over in the events so i know i know you want here. I know we'll get to just relax. Don't worry we'll talk about barbie. I know it's exciting. So we'll we'll get there. It's also national meatball day today. See you know you're excited about barbie but camman. Who's not excited about meatballs right well okay. There's actually meatballs. They came from an unknown source. We don't know not like mystery meat like you know some of the meeting certain stores no. It is unknown because literally everybody has some sort meatballs in their cuisine. Like the italians right. the swedes. The spanish the dutch the greek the south africans middle eastern every cuisine. That you can think of maybe not french. I don't know. I don't know if there's a french meatball but every cuisine that's out there pretty much has some sort of meatball so we don't actually know exactly who's got the claim to fame on a meatball says. So yeah what we do know is the biggest meatball and who has the claim to fame of that. Okay here we go. In two thousand seventeen a one thousand seven hundred and seven pound and eight ounces. Meatball went to the italian american club of hilton head. Yes so there is your big meatball. I'm just wondering how they cooked it without drying it out. I always have that problem with balls. It's a difficult thing for me to try to cook and not try them out. I can't imagine making seventeen hundred pound meatball and it. Actually you know having that taste all the way through and not being completely dry. The people that had it well. They said it was a little spicy. So there you go They made a spicy meatball as they like to say Eh it's napping day is well so if i just put you to sleep with that previous story than it is okay but it's not okay for you to take a ten minute nap like i suggested earlier Five ten minutes is actually not a good amount of time to nap. You want to hit at about thirty minutes but not more than sixty so take a nap. Somewhere between thirty and sixty minutes and you're good at actually refreshes you. It reduces your sleepiness. Improves your learning aids memory formation and regulates your emotions but those short ones may do nothing now they just make you want more sleep so skip the five minute nap and just have a thirty minute. Just go for it. Why not what else are you gonna do. It's we're still in pandemic zone here all right when we come back we will talk about our events for today and we're gonna play a little trivia for trivia tuesday. You know i wish for audio gramley. It's fantastic for the podcast. I use it every single day. I love grammar early. And you know what there's a link in the podcast description for you to click and you can try graham early it basically. It's like you know having your own editor. So click the link in the description and out gramley all right and welcome back as i mentioned earlier. I know you've been like reading on this like the end of your seat. They're just waiting to Now it's barbie birthday today. Yeah born in nineteen fifty nine on this day. Her full name. Barbara roberts engineer that worked to create barbie used to work for the pentagon. So you know. Maybe there's maybe barbies are little spies. We don't know but what we do know is it does have kind of a weird body shape i if barbie like you know was actually five foot nine and weighed one hundred ten pounds. She'd be underweight by about thirty five pounds. She actually came out with a book. She didn't because she's a doll. In one thousand sixty five along with barbie. There was a book called how to lose weight which included tips. Like don't eat okay. Well Yeah happy birthday to barbie born on this day. Also born on this day in a way the ford mustang. It began production on this day in nineteen sixty four. And you know. I think i'm gonna bring on randy from driving with randy. Hey randy how you doing. i'm fantastic. How are you doing. Russ thank you for having me back. I'm so glad to have you back. And you know since. I'm talking about the mustang production today. I don't want to play a little trivia with you randy or are you cool with that heke alec stewart. Love it all right. So we're gonna talk about the mustang here. The mustang of course was famous. Were that nine minute chase scene in the movie bullet but what i wonder randy was a mustang ever in a james bond movie. I'm gonna go with no. It did not believe it or not. It did i was. I was kinda surprised by that. I don't remember the mustang. Being in james bond movies and then i looked further. It was actually two movies. They did it in gold finger and they did it in diamonds forever. Now gold for your came out in nineteen sixty four. They used a white convertible with a red interior and guess what totally product placement ford. The bond people to put that in there. So that's why they haven't. Yeah exactly all right. So let's take a look at question number two here. Yeah for you know. There's been all kinds of various colors. some people love the yellow mustang. But in the beginning there was a pink mustang available. They came actually two shades of pink in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven dusk inc and another pink. What was that other pink called. I'm gonna go with hot pink. So i'm gonna give it to you because it's playboy pink turnoff. That was a sponsor as well. But i thought balance little did all right. How about this. We've got one final question for you in twenty twenty one. Why can't you take a ford mustang through the taco bell drive thru and order a mexican pizza. I'm going to go where i don't even have date. Okay it's because they impeach discontinue decided to mess with the last question. Throw you off a little bit. Hey i know you stop by taco bell on occasion on your podcast. Can you tell everybody a little your two year anniversary. It's coming up in april april first two year. My podcast is coming up. Started from my car. We're still in the car. Do lot of adventures every week on the driving with randy podcasts. Everybody they treat you. Do go check that out. I'll put a link in the description. So you can find randy's podcasts. All right on this date in nineteen eighty-one. Dan rather became the primary anchor of cbs news. Dan rather interesting stories that he was born in texas. He bounced around texas for a bit Newspapers radio tv moved up the ranks. He reported on the jfk facination. One year later he was cbs. White house correspondent okay. Here's the interesting thing he was actually. He was attacked in one thousand nine hundred eighty six with a pair of assailants. Who kept repeating kenneth the frequency that led to the rem song. What's the frequency. Kenneth.

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"dan rather" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"dan rather" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Talking debate, talking the final days of the campaign. Talking to about the dominance of Fox News. Dan Rather again is irrelevant. Had the weigh in Thursday night, taken some shots shots at Fox again. Fox News. Basically, Dan Rather, Khun thank himself in his bias for the creation of Fox News at any rate total dominance Fox. One win 15.4 million viewers. ABC 11.2 Million NBC 10.6 million. CNN, 7.5 Million and M s DNC a paltry 6.9 million. You know, doing a little elder math here? Fox outscored CNN and M s DNC combined. So take that, Mr. Rather Hey, let me get to the really knowledge And that would be you guys in the form of calls. How about grant from Selena? Hey, Grant what she got. Yeah. I just wanna know what your thoughts are on this, uh, 100, byte and scandal and why The FBI had it for 10 months and nothing has been well, I think I can answer that Grant the FBI if they're if they're doing their job correctly, and if they're keeping politics out of it And I still have questions as to whether all the rotten apples are gone, But if they're doing it like they're supposed to do it, they're not going to comment on it, and the FBI is not going to be on any kind of political timeline again. Unlike 2016, they do the field agents that the worker bees if you will, they do their job quietly. They do it professionally, and that's my guests. And and they're not about making. You know, news with it again, unless you've got some rotten apples in there, and Hopefully, we got rid of most of them. I think there's still more there. Maybe. And you know what? You know what, Grant? This may tell the tale. But if they'd had that, that computer for that long they're doing their job and they're not on any timetable. Good. I hope that I do, too. We shall see. Thank you for that call. That was a very good question. How's about Michael? In Columbus? What She got Michael. Hey, like three quick things on the debate. You know, I think the the home or the got you moment was when President Trump told Theo I rain because of you. A lot of people are saying that Michael that was strong. Number two. I thought Krypton Welker did a great job. Perfect. No, I mean, that's a tough job to be eight. Moderator of debate tryingto keep that train on the track. You're absolutely right about that. I think she really tried to be fair. I don't think there was going to be a question about Hunter Biden. What could be wrong about that? But it didn't matter because Trump brought it up wisely. So But now, I think I think she deserves some some kudos for her job. And you know, I don't know if you saw it, but even in the middle of it or towards the end President complimented her on it so And then the third thing is, I just wish that well in the next 10 days, I wish President Trump would just give like his 1st 100 days. No agenda. I couldn't agree with you more. You mean for the second term? That's what people I think. Want to hear Michael. I think he needs to do that. And maybe he will again. I don't know if you watched it. I watched his rally last night and I think was Tallahassee was on C span, or some of it was at least and you know he's banging the hell out of Joe Biden and I get that I mean, he's at a rally wants to get him all jazzed up, but he needs to talk about number one, his accomplishments in the first term number to exactly what you said. What he plans to do in his second term. And I think you brought up a very good point with your cross doctor with Gary Jeff this morning that the reason that the Democrats are harping on the virus. Is because it's not that they don't get it. They can't sell it. That's really good. That's good. Michael. I appreciate that call. Let me talkto Mark in Kentucky. I think Mark might have an announcement here. Good morning, Mark. Morning, Mike. How you I'm good. What you got? Sound good. Thank you. I just dropped about in a pleading to the suburban women. Yeah. Man. I just saw my wife and my different onto other friends get in a car decked out in front. Flags and everything. They're there to help. I just wanna let everybody out there know that Suburban women aren't against trump, therefore him? Well, hopefully you're right in this area, especially because it will inure to the benefit of our local candidates to is there a trump car rally today, Mark because I had heard something about that. But then early in the week, and I haven't heard anything more. Yes, there are. There are meeting this group is meeting up But Kroger on 2 37 Okay. There got a player service before and then they're supposed to be 12,000 cars out on Tuesday. Yeah, 12,000. That's what's on the Facebook while there's 30,000 people, but they're not all driving separate. Like I just told you, my wife and three of her friends, right? They are driving and my concern to them. Of course, Couple of have concealed carry women have still carry and they like I said they got all the flag never thing. My concern was the overpasses. I told him to watch. And then also The people might cause minor acted at Stop it. You know how I mean? Oh, yeah. They had won a pretty nasty one last time. Thankfully, no, that was seriously injured. But okay, tell me again, where and what time They are starting at 10 o'clock. On 2 75. There's different staging areas all around the 2 75 belt, and it will start at 10 o'clock and they happen. My here are going up Tio Circle Bill. Try to get a glimpse of President Rally for him up there. And then These are all suburban overnight, then Kentucky, So you know, just tell people all races and collard creed right? And it's just because it's just going to be phenomenal, just like the last one but bigger. That sounds good to me. And thank you for giving that information at. Thanks for your call. Hey, listen, we're gonna take a short break, but we will be back with your calls. Mike Allen news radio 700 wlw. Every.

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"dan rather" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"dan rather" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Seems too far off for it to be relevant today. And of course, every financial advisor will tell you the single most important thing you can do. If you're saving for retirement is not necessarily to save a lot of money, but to start early and starting early makes a huge difference in terms of what you end up with what your nest egg looks like when you retire 30 40 years down the road, So if we have the psychological problem that it's really hard to think about something that's 40 years away. As being a finish line that we can see. You came up with a really interesting technique to try and fix this problem. What did you do? Emily? I use this demonstration that I created. But it was really based off of how Hirschfeld's research a fellow social psychologist, who provided the solid scientific evidence that this may be effective, and I created a demonstration for my students. So I took a photograph of their face and I used a photo morphing software to create a more aged version of themselves. So for some of my female students, I age their face with that of Maya Angelou. They saw a little bit more white hair. They saw a little bit more wrinkles on their face for some of the men. I Mortham with Dan Rather and other high profile older figures so that they, too, could have that experience. And I printed off those pictures for themselves so that they could literally see what they might look like in retirement. They took a few minutes to jot down their thoughts about that. What would you be doing in retirement? How would you spend your time? Who would you be with hobbies? Would you have done what I was trying to Dio? Was create an illusion of proximity. But in this case temporal proximity, taking that far off distant, retired future self and making it relevant and present in the here and now they were literally seeing themselves as a retired person and imagining what that life would be like today, and then I asked them What do you think about retirement? Do you think you'll starts saving for retirement today? This week with your next paycheck and the vast majority of them now, after having gone through that experience, said Yes, there's another visualization technique that Emily says can be useful, even though it's counterintuitive..

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"dan rather" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"dan rather" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I find that in a crisis the thing to do is to look to people who you can respect so it's people who are beloved look to people who know better than I do and that's why in any crisis the person I love to is Dan rather Dan rather is on with Brian Stelter on CNN and he's got the good advice for what journalists should do television anchors and other media leaders should be handling this moment well first of all to do our job which is to get the facts reporter for any of the facts as possible connect the facts and I'm going to say until and unless he proves differently to pay far less attention to president trump I really regret having to set that but he's he's not going to come to anybody's rescue actually realize that the better off with Dan rather is a guy who lied about George Bush and his Texas air national guard service he lied there's no equivocating he lied he's an untrustworthy person and listen how Brian Stelter responds and obviously until and unless he proves differently to pay far less attention to president trump having to regret regret regret she well yes you said something very inquisitive there Dan rather I will agree by going I'd not considered such a proposal you are so wise our reliable sources is the name of the show series I'm what is this idea that you shouldn't listen to the president and I say she shouldn't listen to what he has to say and he's not the only one doing this not the only one doing this you've got a writers or The Washington Post saying do not listen to Donald Trump governor prince your billing only referring to was a racist his conduct on American tell him to get out of the way because this is what you're saying I've had to call and get my own masks and gowns and yeah yeah you do yeah we should really get into this defense production act conversation and where some people are really missing the mark the people who said trump was a dictator now one trump to actually.

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"dan rather" Discussed on Piano Jazz Shorts

Piano Jazz Shorts

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"dan rather" Discussed on Piano Jazz Shorts

"Bill, can you give us the scores? All three of our panelists are tied tiny. Okay. I'm just going to randomly pick Maeve to go. I may fill in the blank on Thursday. The e you offered to delay blank until October thirty first this. Yes, this week lawmakers New Zealand overwhelmingly approved a ban on blank white. No. Assault weapons on Monday. Virginia beat Texas Tech to win the men's blank title school. Award. If only the NCWA basketball tournament this week a high school baseball game was cancelled after a group of people attempted to dry the field by blanking and dry if yes by going there with no by dumping twenty five gallons of gasoline on it and lighting it on fire. Happening Connecticut on Monday, the White House reversed. Obama your decision to allow baseball players from blank to play in the US without defecting, Cuba. Yes, police in Oregon were surprised in nine one one call reporting robbery and progress turned out to be blank. It was a there. No wasn't a bear. It was a roomba trapped in a bathroom. The homeowner heard strange noises from bathroom and called the police arrived in the scene with guns. Drawn a busted in the door. Surprised to find a roomba inside even more surprise. That said can't you knock? Gimme all your dirt. The woman the policy is to the police for wasting their time in the burglar under her bed. Breathe decipher leaf and jumped out the window. How did doing our quiz? She beat her old record. She got to right. Gives her more and more points, total of seven and in her distinct style, she takes the league. All right. All right, Lonzo you're up next phone the blank on Monday. Federal judge blocked, the White House's policy forcing blanks to stay in Mexico asylum-seekers right on Thursday, WikiLeaks founder blank was arrested in London Julian Assange, right Florida man who stole the Jeep but left his phone behind was arrested when he blanked went to get it. No, he drove up in these stolen Jeep and asked the cops for help finding his phone on. Wait. Wait, wouldn't that? Be went to get it. I don't know. What do you think? Joe? Yeah. Yeah. On Thursday to CDC warned that a new drug resistant blank is a global health threat. A new drug resistant virus notes fungus this week, a grand jury indicted. Former stormy Daniels attorney blank on thirty six federal count. So venti of. Yes. Michael naughty, close this week, the owner of a bed and breakfast in the US Canadian border called these smugglers in was arrested for blanking smuggling, of course, at that on the sign Canadian police arrested, the owner of the. Smugglers in for organizing legal Canada for seven people, you know, faces Twenty-one criminal charges which could come with a hefty jail sentence. The under says, he's gonna stay calm and really hopes. Police don't find out about his other business. The every Kate contains a nail file to help you break out of prison. Baker. Bill how did Alonzo doing arc with race to the lead with five right? Ten more points total of thirteen through so much better than maize. How many than noticing that does Negi need to win? She needs six to win and a very difficult field. This is the game on Tuesday. Steve Mnuchin said the IRS would not meet a house panels deadline for releasing Donald Trump's blanks tax return right on Wednesday Benny guns conceded defeat to his rarely prime minister blank. Ben. I mean, that's right. This week New York's declared a public health emergency over break of blank measles right on Monday. The White House declared blanks revolutionary guard terrorist group ear I write this week police in South Africa said that missing poacher was likely blanked missing poacher was likely eaten. Oh. Killed by offense than eaten by. Oh. Yeah. On Monday, Texas Tech announced it would no longer considered blank emissions. Raid on Thursday..

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"dan rather" Discussed on Piano Jazz Shorts

Piano Jazz Shorts

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"dan rather" Discussed on Piano Jazz Shorts

"Some trotted some as I'm sure you know, you are famous for what people call rather 'isms folksy sayings with colorful metaphors colorful, wisdom, you've used so many of them over your career. We want to see if you can pick the one you actually came up with. From some fake ones that we made up in tribute to you. You can do that two times out of three you'll win a prize for one of our listeners Bill who is Dan rather playing for gory hinder St. of Washington DC. All right. Here's your first rather is this was when you recovering the two thousand election, and did you say a this race is tight like two small bathing suit and a too long ride home from the beach. Be Papa where you're good suit. Because we got ourselves tie. Or C? This race is tighter than aunt Tilly after third Moscow mule. Definitely it was definitely. I've always wondered going did you just make those up off the top of your head? And did you like have them ready to go? Well, in the beginning, they came from working in the oilfields when I was a kid this way men to talk when you have got to be kidding me. Yeah. You you can only say it's hot hell so many times. I guess. As they were zone. You say, you know, it's hotter than a Laredo parking lot to use language. All right. We have two more. You did. Well with that one. This is now we're moving through time to the election of two thousand four that was George W Bush reelect versus John Kerry during that evening's coverage on CBS, did you say a John Kerry's wife might own Hines? But this is one night he won't catch up. The we used to say if a frog had side pockets he'd carry a handgun or see it all comes down to oh H I O which stands for ohi. It's over. Definitely be. Yes. Hats to carry handgun. I think you're doing really well. Here's your here's your last question. This is a great metaphor. You used commenting on the twenty sixteen election. Was it a this race is back country till two world. It could go either way be like the talking horse said to the hopping bowl. I can't believe what I'm seeing. See if Clinton wins Florida this race will go faster than a Hamilton ticket at face value. I don't recall saying any. Do you know, which one you wish you had said? I guess that would be be you'd be like the talking said of the hopping that is a good one. But the one that we were told you said if Clinton wins Florida this race will go faster than a Hamilton ticketed face value, which I thought was great because you're updating your cultural references. But he wanted Bill how did your friend Dan doing our quickly? What? Anyway, two out of three is a big win for. Dan, rather is a legend of broadcast news.

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"dan rather" Discussed on Piano Jazz Shorts

Piano Jazz Shorts

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"dan rather" Discussed on Piano Jazz Shorts

"Megan here is your last, quote, Einstein must be totally tuft that was very happy astronomer quoted in the New York Times talking about the first ever photograph ever made of a what black hole a black hole. Yes. This week. We got to look at the first ever photo of an actual massive interstellar black hole in a galaxy known as Messier eighty seven but fifty five million light years away. It looks like a well a black hole surrounded by a ring of arns light like the I of Sorem or really really evil bagel. Nonetheless, the photo, it was a scientific triumph. It was unlike anything anyone that ever seen except for the people who ask for photos of their colonoscopy interesting. All I can tell you how many call and ask. You know, interestingly, and this is pretty cool because of the time it takes the light to get here. Fifty five million years. The photo is the black hole when it was much younger than it is now, so what do you know, the black hole is just like everyone on Tinder. I thought when I saw that photo was like, wow, that's a really great use of portrait mode. So that's why I really I really feel happy for those astrophysicists and the other science the geniuses who spend their whole life studying and working, and they can finally say that's what I do. This is what I like people have always what do you do at work? This is what I do. And this is really cool. It turns out that in order to take this picture of this extraordinarily distant object. There's no single telescope. That's strong enough to do it. So they had to get data from telescopes all around the world and combine them in an incredibly complicated way figured out by a twenty nine year old astrophysicist named Rachel. They say that the the precision of this virtual instrument. They created was so precise. They could see orange on the moon, which makes you say why are they going on about a black hole? There are inches on. When I was reading about this. I read like if you were they were trying to explain what happens if you go into the black coal, and so you pass through the event horizon unscathed, and then you get to this point where the black hole stretches you like a noodle which for a minute. I was like I'm okay with that as use. Use like body does nor should filters on installed. Like, you kind of go for like instant, a Microsoft. Assize candy. Really kind of into that. But then do you just disintegrate and then you're dead worth? This. Bill. How did Megan do in our quiz? She got them. All right. She is a winner. You can thank you so much for playing. Panelists. Now, some questions about the rest of the week's news for you Alonzo attorney getting a ride in a fighter jet in France. Got the full experience when the pilot accidentally did what ejected? Yes. That's what happens. The whole thing with canopy blowing off in the seat rocketing into the air. Don't worry. He parachuted safely to the runway below French. Authorities say he's fine or wait. French authorities actually said quote, his health is not a cause for concern. Weirdly..

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