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"ed collins" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:55 min | 2 months ago

"ed collins" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To leave so I could settle down the work. Then, Sam bullet the big boss sent for me and I walked across to his office. Come in, Randy, come in. How I have lost. Sit down, Randy. Oh, Such politeness can mean only one thing I'm fired. This is even more embarrassing Randy. I'm going to give you a little something in the way of our present. I'll come back when you're sober. When's the last time you had Christmas off my wife? I can't remember why we're having this one off five days I've got to spend with your family. What family boss. You know better than that. What I do with myself, The man who knows as many people as you do, I will be the best thing in the world for you. Hey, yeah, yeah. Might really be something. Say I could call Alex Stevens. He's been bothering me for eight years to spend Christmas with his family. Sure, maybe Alice over in classified, You know, I'm beginning to like the idea. Okay, Well, you better beat it before this noble impulse of mine evaporates. You hang on to what? I'm leaving now. And Randy? Yeah. Uh, Merry Christmas to you right back at you, Chief. Thanks for the break. Rebel. Is it gone now in the office was empty except for one man old Ed Collins said, Watching the teletype machines. He looked up when he saw me. That you'd gone branded now. What do you look so smug about? Boss gave me five days off. Well, what you going to do? Go home. Home is a bachelor apartment on Seventh Avenue. No, Collins. I'm gonna call my old pal Alex Stevens indicator and tell him to meet the morning train. Good idea. Long distance. I want to call Decatur. They Stevens residents, Alex Stevens indicated. No, wait. Phone's.

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"ed collins" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

04:20 min | 3 months ago

"ed collins" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

"Jonathan abram coming away with an interception in the game the forever how you got a bright spot out of this game. I'm not sure what happened in the defense early on they were just putting bad field position. The fourth and one play didn't work early fad field position Henry ruggs had a nice for downplay yet. Yeah he did the fumble in the second then the fumble it bad field position but then the defense became its own worst enemy with the penalties. They just i think five of the third down. Conversions for the falcons were via penalty. I mean that's not good when five of nine around penalty. You're just you're staying on the field for no reason because you're making stupid mistakes so well early honest opinion saying you know the plane up ad as the game moron. They just became dumb. All these penalties. It just didn't work that way and then it's like okay. Your grade went from acetaminophen report. Care in the las vegas review journal. Vegas nocco so yeah. They didn't play with no. No one really played well. But i give you a lot of credit for coming up on the with the positive note of jonathan. Abrams intercept enough off. Until i try to be an optimist. And here's a here's the pessimist in me. Trent brown come back at all for the will i think he does. I think they need them. And look i mean it was. It was going to happen sooner. Or later these guys patchworked patchwork offensive line together for several weeks now incognito for the rest of the year eventually you know for the most part you kind of are who you are at this point in your career right. So a lot of these guys were backups. That's what they are this. They've been shoved into playing these positions because of injuries and whatnot interrent brown richie incognito and other kinds of issues trim brownies come back. I don't like going to a guy salary. But he's he's too highs in the. He's got to get back somehow. Brennan parker was not good today. Derek carr on the on the second fumble never saw the defender. You've just got crushed. That can't happen. You can't leave your quarterback susceptible. Derek carr got. I think there were five sacks also that hit five other times four against derek carr while derek didn't play well at all he also wasn't protected at all so yeah. Trent brown needs to get back. Get back backing needs to get back on the field and he needs to start playing because they need to protect car the rest of this way. If they're going to make this run aright from ed greenie high-paying and we will be back with you. After the jets game next week from new york as going on serious road trip i am. I'm not going home. I'm actually headed asheville. North carolina to watch the basketball team in the maui. Invitational it's interesting. I got really excited. When i was told i was going to mali. Invitational actually you know. Thought it was maui and said it ended up being bi-national north carolina so little different little different kinds of paradise down in asheville north carolina. I'm sure but no nothing against the fine folks of actual meat for the first time this week. They may still have tropical weather for you. We'll at least maybe they'll have a tropical smoothie and the mochamat okay with a little bit of coconut drizzle there and That'll do for us here so everybody check out. All the articles from our colleague vinnie johnson. You're on biggest nation. The biggest nation app download that today as well as ed's collins those grades. Although i'm sure there's not this week you won't have to think hard to see what the grades were this week. I've probably report card just like really quick. Unsatisfactory sad feasts the next two. But that'll do it for us guys and everybody Keep up with everything that we're doing on social media as well as nation for ed grainy. I'm heidi thank you if you've been injured in an accident you need the right team on your side. Ashley is a former insurance defense attorney. Who knows the insurance industry's playbook and sam isn't experienced high-stakes negotiator for accident victims and their families at sam and ash our sole focus is on you your recovery and getting you the best possible settlement in the least amount of time call day or night at seven two eight two zero one two three four or visit sam and ash dot com. Because you deserve. What's right. Sports is the only sports betting app. You need this season safe. And easy. Betting from your phone or tablet go-to station casino. Sports dot com sign up today and get a new sign up bonus of up to one hundred dollars at all station casinos in wildfires..

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"ed collins" Discussed on Duos The Co-Founders Podcast

Duos The Co-Founders Podcast

08:07 min | 9 months ago

"ed collins" Discussed on Duos The Co-Founders Podcast

"Our goals begin to understand the power of individuals coming together building incredible companies partnerships and relationships. In this episode. We sit down with my very dear friend. Music producer. songwriter engineer. Extraordinaire steve cutest. This wolsey amazing world. Class singer songwriter guitarist. Doug thorne these two longtime friends and frequent collaborators walkers for meeting in the mid ninety s and their band. Pod was signed to sony records by john. Cobb how they each picked up the pieces carving out successful careers in the music. Business writing creating and touring after the record deal unfortunately went south and how. The loss of steve's mom inspired the writing of his new album torn from the pages which features doug and legendary living color vocalist corey glover. We have so much fun on this cashiering. The highs and lows living at creative life. How much music truly means to all of us and now bring steve henn thorn. Dave halpern's calling me. That's funny right. Yeah he He just posted a track that he had done with The bg's way back when trump track. He said he had play each separately record separately. I don't know why but go through that shit and indeed recording back in the eighties where it was like. Hey let's record the symbols separate from the kick and snare. Did you guys go through that horse. Shit i never. I never had heard about that shit but No i don't. I didn't really get good foray into the studio seen until estedat around so you know what i mean. Might you should roll because some of this stuff is good dollar rolling down for the issue so we are here. The duo's podcast. I wanna say Welcome to my good friend steve. Dvd and my new good friend. Doug corn guys. Say lorries atmos chapman. Introduce yourselves let everyone now. World the guys are. But we're here about doug you i mean i of course want to see what you do this way. I'll follow your lead great. I'm better born. Doug hansen born i Singing guitar have for a long time with various people including the illustrious dvd. So i am broadcasting to you from indianapolis indiana Not wearing a mask safety. I dug in your own palace on. That's right that's right. Go stevie air man. And i'm steve the acutest. Where should i be looking the rain. The one in the middle rock she three. I'm steve the qaeda's and i'm just happy to be here with my friends tech on x. Goodwin stevie i like that right right to the point i do every i i kinda do. A doug does except not as well. That's not true you guys have known each other for For a long time Maybe maybe talk a little bit about your your beginnings in in in music and then kind of how you guys ended up sticking up in Was in the nineties. Stevie want you run with this one. I and then i'll chime in and tell you when you're wrong okay Well i mean it. It's a long drawn out story. You know i mean we could. We could get his run out as we can deal with at this point. I guess the doug and i met through mutual friend. By the name of ed collins collins collins collins right doug collins all and lynn's collins is is the reason duggan. I know each other so eddie. I did a record in early nineties at tony. Jamila ed lived in indiana a time. grandmother in scranton and Scranton is part of the story video. Find out shortly. I made you want So i was more working at the owner tony. Jamila came in contact with ed's uncle uncle al and ed's ankle was trying to promote his career. He was a drummer singer. Writer guitar player. You know just did clayton that everything is a monster but is continuing hourly at. The time was searching for an outlet for what he was doing. And tony kamilo. And eddie's uncle al connected us. And ed came up from indiana to the studio here in jersey tony kamilo studio and we proceeded to do a record which angered up Being called todd. For whatever reason i don't know there was potter did exist peo- day doug will an i mean there was a band called pod or not but that that was a different they actually got airplay and they got through the gate. But i'm just curious airplay. We must not know must not have known about that. Odd because we were pod. Anyway that record we did made. Its way to john kilometer. He was an are at sony at the time and john took a liking edge. And at the time. Eddie and i hadn't talked for a year or two or three and at that in that interim doug eddie in doug had connected out mindy and they you guys started gigging. His pod actually do today hijack your please so any an stevie made this the pod record Then ed at that time edited just moved in the united not even met him up. But yeah so then you. You guys made that record and then i ended up meeting ed and we put together had an original band out here and i am. Ed is an incredible drummer insane. Great and As well as everything else singer guitarists and so my original bam's called onion. And so i- wrangled ed in and then we started playing in as a three piece out here And then eventually like st said like we started to get some traction with columbia and john collider And since we had been playing a lot of the pod material we call the ban bought and And then we pretty much secured this record deal. And i remember eddie saying well..

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"ed collins" Discussed on Catlick

Catlick

11:41 min | 1 year ago

"ed collins" Discussed on Catlick

"When I last left you October. Second Nineteen twelve six. Young African Americans were being escorted by one hundred sixty seven Georgia militiamen and through the streets of downtown Atlanta. They were in route north to the town of coming in Forsyth County. Four of the six were charged with attacking two white women Liam in several weeks earlier. The other two were being held as witnesses for the state. After boarding a train downtown's bustling terminal station. The procession John of prisoners troops journalists and lawyers began their journey north to for site county. The trial would start the next day. The locomotive hissed list and sputtered as it pulled out of the station beginning. Its journey thirty miles north after a few minutes the Atlanta skyline shrink behind them. The the pavement and Glitz of the city gave way to rural Georgia farmland speeding by at seventy miles per hour after several stops along the way the train finally arrived in the the little town of Buford Georgia from here. The cortege would walk the remaining thirteen miles to forsyth. County as you'd imagine marching thirteen gene miles with a group of two hundred people was neither quick nor discreet. They traverse muddy roads wooded paths and Rolling Hills as they marched through one small town after another locals pushed open. Their screen doors came out on their porches in gawked. Surely the six black detainees felt their scorn. The Georgia guardsmen pulled in a bit tighter around the prisoners by dusk. The procession reached the outskirts of coming as the sun dipped behind the trees. The men set up camp in a field hitching their tents and lighting several small fires throughout the night the captives were closely guarded and lookouts were stationed around the perimeter of the encampment. The threat of a moonlight ambush was very real so they took no chances around midnight. The silence of the night was punctured. The sound of breaking twigs and the silhouettes of men coming from a nearby stand of trees halt a nervous century barks. Five white faces emerged from But these aren't men overalls. These are men in suits. They raise their hands cautiously approached the century and explain in their business. They're allowed in within minutes. The men are conducting a private meeting with the prisoners. Now these weren't just ordinary men. These were some of the local movers and shakers of for site county amongst them are two. We've already met judge. Newt Morris who would be presiding over the trial as well as Sheriff William Read Yes. That's the William Reid. Who'd abandoned the jail as the Lynch mobs were howling for Rob Edwards head? And it was the William Reed who would eventually joined the local. KKK chapter many years later now now. The specifics of this private meeting between these influential white men and the black prisoners aren't fully known but we do know there was a special conversation nation held with the lone female of the group Jane Daniel. You're a member. Jane was the wife of the late Rob Edwards the man the for site county any mob and lynched weeks earlier after several minutes of hushed conversation. The prisoners were dismissed back to their tents. The white men left the camp and disappeared back into the night so what was discussed in this midnight meeting more on that later the next morning city officials woke early to prepare for the day's big trial in the previous weeks. Legal teams had been assembled for both sides. The prosecuting attorneys represented some of the best around seasoned silver tongue litigators eager to get in on a blockbuster trial trial. That would be an easy win. The defense was another story. No one wanted to be one of the poor fools who had to defend the black perpetrators nevertheless several local attorneys were conscripted into service and they were truly pathetic. None of them had experienced in a big criminal trial. These guys who'd spent their legal careers on the boring work of land deeds and property taxes and a twenty one years old. One of them was a total title rookie in way over his head and utterly unprepared for a highly charged. Trial like this on the morning of the trial. Another order of business was the selection of jurors a pool of eighty four people all white men of course was whittled down to a final twelve court. Records noted that eleven of the twelve were local farmers and one was a merchant. It's worth pointing out here. That in the nineteen twenty. Several of the names of these jurors would be found on a roster alongside the name of Sheriff William read that roster of course the noted membership membership in the local chapter of the KKK with legal teams and jurors and place. It was time for the prisoners. Word Word was sent. The prisoner escort broke camp and the group began its final march into the city on that brisk October tober morning. Downtown coming was packed. One paper reported that it was quote crowded as never before in its history in quote people poured in for miles around hoping to be a part of whatever drama emerged from the long awaited trial as the feet of the six prisoners shuffled along the paved streets of coming. They were met with a howling swell of hisses boos and threats if the six black captives had any dreams of a civil reception. They were instantly crushed despite the crowds bluster. No one dared oppose the rolling columns of Stern stern-faced troops now marching through the streets on this particular day. The optics of lethal force had been shrewdly. Planned with each soldier toting not one but two weapons slung over one shoulder a springdale carbine. Rifle with a bayonet mount and on the opposite hip a pistol like before. This was a martial law situation. Each of these one hundred sixty. Seven troops was authorized authorized by the governor to shoot anyone looking to cause trouble as they made their approach. Troops fanned out across the courthouse grounds. Aw One company of men escorted the prisoners inside another formed a human wall around the stately brick building other men lined the stairwells unblocked the windows of the courthouse the remaining detachments patrolled the surrounding roads. And alleyways this display of military might was profound found clearly designed to strike fear in the hearts of any would be linzers inside the buzzing courtroom. For Saif county's most prominent men took their seats among them was coming Mayor Charlie Harris. It's safe safe to assume that Harris and the other well-dressed men of the county were desperately hoping for a smooth and speedy trial. Remember for years. These men had been courting the state's it's top. Railroad officials hoping to entice them to extend a line to their town of coming. They knew that if the locals weren't happy with the outcome of the trial all things could get ugly really fast and the last thing they needed was a nightmarish lynching. PR FIASCO NO railroad magnate in his right right mind would take coming seriously as long as gangs of lawless mountaineers were calling. The shots has the last few observers shuffled their seats judge Newt Morris wrapped his gavel. The whispers and Chitchat faded court was in session. Judge Morris began with a lecture about proper court decorum. He explained that the first order of business would be the trial of Ernest. Knox six and after that Oscar Daniel. It was assumed that things would move fairly fast worried about bias in the courtroom. Well you you shouldn't. According to Judge Newt Morris that day he offered full assurance that things would be fair and impartial and that he was committed to quote upholding the majesty of the law in quote with that assurance in place. It was time to begin. The first person called to the stand. Was Bud Krogh. The father of the slain eighteen year old white woman maikro. Mister Crow shared heartbreaking story about his daughter and her final days observers wept after that to doctors who treated may crow took the stand and in vivid detail. They describe the brutality animalistic cruelty of maize attack within minutes. The prosecution's strategy was obvious. Mortified jurors early with heartbreaking and graphic descriptions of maikros injuries. The next person person called to the stand was Ed Collins. One of the six black prisoners that had been held down in Atlanta. He testified that on the night of the attack Ernest Ernest Knox and Rob Edwards had borrowed a lantern from him. Prosecution made the case that after smashing crew in the head with a rock the two men borrowed the lantern learn and went back to rape and unconscious Maikro next Marvin Bell Bell as it turns out was has the leading citizen who coaxed Ernest Knox into his car and extracted a confession. Of course when bell took the stand and told his story he failed to mention anything about the mock lynching he'd subjected Ernest Knox Two after a brief break for lunch. The prosecution called a surprise witness. Miss Jane Daniel. No one had expected this. The timid black woman took the stand and offered a shocking account of what had happened that night. Here's what she said. Knox had in fact bludgeoned micro and summoned others. She had been forced to come along for one. Disturbing reason to hold the lantern while the boys took turns raping Maikro the courtroom out collective gasp forcing judge. Moore's just to regain order. It was at this exact moment one reporter wrote that Ernest Knox His fate was sealed knocks. Might as as well accept his quote departure from coming to hell in quote hyperbole aside this testimony was very very bad for Ernest Ernest Knox. Now it's at this point where we need to revisit. That mysterious midnight meeting between Jane Daniel in those influential influential white men from coming just one night.

Ernest Ernest Knox Judge Newt Morris Jane Daniel Georgia KKK Atlanta Rob Edwards Sheriff William Forsyth County Maikro Marvin Bell Bell Liam Buford Georgia John Rolling Hills William Reid William Reed Charlie Harris
"ed collins" Discussed on Catlick

Catlick

11:41 min | 1 year ago

"ed collins" Discussed on Catlick

"When I last left you October. Second Nineteen twelve six. Young African Americans were being escorted by one hundred sixty seven Georgia militiamen and through the streets of downtown Atlanta. They were in route north to the town of coming in Forsyth County. Four of the six were charged with attacking two white women Liam in several weeks earlier. The other two were being held as witnesses for the state. After boarding a train downtown's bustling terminal station. The procession John of prisoners troops journalists and lawyers began their journey north to for site county. The trial would start the next day. The locomotive hissed list and sputtered as it pulled out of the station beginning. Its journey thirty miles north after a few minutes the Atlanta skyline shrink behind them. The the pavement and Glitz of the city gave way to rural Georgia farmland speeding by at seventy miles per hour after several stops along the way the train finally arrived in the the little town of Buford Georgia from here. The cortege would walk the remaining thirteen miles to forsyth. County as you'd imagine marching thirteen gene miles with a group of two hundred people was neither quick nor discreet. They traverse muddy roads wooded paths and Rolling Hills as they marched through one small town after another locals pushed open. Their screen doors came out on their porches in gawked. Surely the six black detainees felt their scorn. The Georgia guardsmen pulled in a bit tighter around the prisoners by dusk. The procession reached the outskirts of coming as the sun dipped behind the trees. The men set up camp in a field hitching their tents and lighting several small fires throughout the night the captives were closely guarded and lookouts were stationed around the perimeter of the encampment. The threat of a moonlight ambush was very real so they took no chances around midnight. The silence of the night was punctured. The sound of breaking twigs and the silhouettes of men coming from a nearby stand of trees halt a nervous century barks. Five white faces emerged from But these aren't men overalls. These are men in suits. They raise their hands cautiously approached the century and explain in their business. They're allowed in within minutes. The men are conducting a private meeting with the prisoners. Now these weren't just ordinary men. These were some of the local movers and shakers of for site county amongst them are two. We've already met judge. Newt Morris who would be presiding over the trial as well as Sheriff William Read Yes. That's the William Reid. Who'd abandoned the jail as the Lynch mobs were howling for Rob Edwards head? And it was the William Reed who would eventually joined the local. KKK chapter many years later now now. The specifics of this private meeting between these influential white men and the black prisoners aren't fully known but we do know there was a special conversation nation held with the lone female of the group Jane Daniel. You're a member. Jane was the wife of the late Rob Edwards the man the for site county any mob and lynched weeks earlier after several minutes of hushed conversation. The prisoners were dismissed back to their tents. The white men left the camp and disappeared back into the night so what was discussed in this midnight meeting more on that later the next morning city officials woke early to prepare for the day's big trial in the previous weeks. Legal teams had been assembled for both sides. The prosecuting attorneys represented some of the best around seasoned silver tongue litigators eager to get in on a blockbuster trial trial. That would be an easy win. The defense was another story. No one wanted to be one of the poor fools who had to defend the black perpetrators nevertheless several local attorneys were conscripted into service and they were truly pathetic. None of them had experienced in a big criminal trial. These guys who'd spent their legal careers on the boring work of land deeds and property taxes and a twenty one years old. One of them was a total title rookie in way over his head and utterly unprepared for a highly charged. Trial like this on the morning of the trial. Another order of business was the selection of jurors a pool of eighty four people all white men of course was whittled down to a final twelve court. Records noted that eleven of the twelve were local farmers and one was a merchant. It's worth pointing out here. That in the nineteen twenty. Several of the names of these jurors would be found on a roster alongside the name of Sheriff William read that roster of course the noted membership membership in the local chapter of the KKK with legal teams and jurors and place. It was time for the prisoners. Word Word was sent. The prisoner escort broke camp and the group began its final march into the city on that brisk October tober morning. Downtown coming was packed. One paper reported that it was quote crowded as never before in its history in quote people poured in for miles around hoping to be a part of whatever drama emerged from the long awaited trial as the feet of the six prisoners shuffled along the paved streets of coming. They were met with a howling swell of hisses boos and threats if the six black captives had any dreams of a civil reception. They were instantly crushed despite the crowds bluster. No one dared oppose the rolling columns of Stern stern-faced troops now marching through the streets on this particular day. The optics of lethal force had been shrewdly. Planned with each soldier toting not one but two weapons slung over one shoulder a springdale carbine. Rifle with a bayonet mount and on the opposite hip a pistol like before. This was a martial law situation. Each of these one hundred sixty. Seven troops was authorized authorized by the governor to shoot anyone looking to cause trouble as they made their approach. Troops fanned out across the courthouse grounds. Aw One company of men escorted the prisoners inside another formed a human wall around the stately brick building other men lined the stairwells unblocked the windows of the courthouse the remaining detachments patrolled the surrounding roads. And alleyways this display of military might was profound found clearly designed to strike fear in the hearts of any would be linzers inside the buzzing courtroom. For Saif county's most prominent men took their seats among them was coming Mayor Charlie Harris. It's safe safe to assume that Harris and the other well-dressed men of the county were desperately hoping for a smooth and speedy trial. Remember for years. These men had been courting the state's it's top. Railroad officials hoping to entice them to extend a line to their town of coming. They knew that if the locals weren't happy with the outcome of the trial all things could get ugly really fast and the last thing they needed was a nightmarish lynching. PR FIASCO NO railroad magnate in his right right mind would take coming seriously as long as gangs of lawless mountaineers were calling. The shots has the last few observers shuffled their seats judge Newt Morris wrapped his gavel. The whispers and Chitchat faded court was in session. Judge Morris began with a lecture about proper court decorum. He explained that the first order of business would be the trial of Ernest. Knox six and after that Oscar Daniel. It was assumed that things would move fairly fast worried about bias in the courtroom. Well you you shouldn't. According to Judge Newt Morris that day he offered full assurance that things would be fair and impartial and that he was committed to quote upholding the majesty of the law in quote with that assurance in place. It was time to begin. The first person called to the stand. Was Bud Krogh. The father of the slain eighteen year old white woman maikro. Mister Crow shared heartbreaking story about his daughter and her final days observers wept after that to doctors who treated may crow took the stand and in vivid detail. They describe the brutality animalistic cruelty of maize attack within minutes. The prosecution's strategy was obvious. Mortified jurors early with heartbreaking and graphic descriptions of maikros injuries. The next person person called to the stand was Ed Collins. One of the six black prisoners that had been held down in Atlanta. He testified that on the night of the attack Ernest Ernest Knox and Rob Edwards had borrowed a lantern from him. Prosecution made the case that after smashing crew in the head with a rock the two men borrowed the lantern learn and went back to rape and unconscious Maikro next Marvin Bell Bell as it turns out was has the leading citizen who coaxed Ernest Knox into his car and extracted a confession. Of course when bell took the stand and told his story he failed to mention anything about the mock lynching he'd subjected Ernest Knox Two after a brief break for lunch. The prosecution called a surprise witness. Miss Jane Daniel. No one had expected this. The timid black woman took the stand and offered a shocking account of what had happened that night. Here's what she said. Knox had in fact bludgeoned micro and summoned others. She had been forced to come along for one. Disturbing reason to hold the lantern while the boys took turns raping Maikro the courtroom out collective gasp forcing judge. Moore's just to regain order. It was at this exact moment one reporter wrote that Ernest Knox His fate was sealed knocks. Might as as well accept his quote departure from coming to hell in quote hyperbole aside this testimony was very very bad for Ernest Ernest Knox. Now it's at this point where we need to revisit. That mysterious midnight meeting between Jane Daniel in those influential influential white men from coming just one night.

Ernest Ernest Knox Judge Newt Morris Jane Daniel Georgia KKK Atlanta Rob Edwards Sheriff William Forsyth County Maikro Marvin Bell Bell Liam Buford Georgia John Rolling Hills William Reid William Reed Charlie Harris
"ed collins" Discussed on Catlick

Catlick

11:41 min | 1 year ago

"ed collins" Discussed on Catlick

"When I last left you October. Second Nineteen twelve six. Young African Americans were being escorted by one hundred sixty seven Georgia militiamen and through the streets of downtown Atlanta. They were in route north to the town of coming in Forsyth County. Four of the six were charged with attacking two white women Liam in several weeks earlier. The other two were being held as witnesses for the state. After boarding a train downtown's bustling terminal station. The procession John of prisoners troops journalists and lawyers began their journey north to for site county. The trial would start the next day. The locomotive hissed list and sputtered as it pulled out of the station beginning. Its journey thirty miles north after a few minutes the Atlanta skyline shrink behind them. The the pavement and Glitz of the city gave way to rural Georgia farmland speeding by at seventy miles per hour after several stops along the way the train finally arrived in the the little town of Buford Georgia from here. The cortege would walk the remaining thirteen miles to forsyth. County as you'd imagine marching thirteen gene miles with a group of two hundred people was neither quick nor discreet. They traverse muddy roads wooded paths and Rolling Hills as they marched through one small town after another locals pushed open. Their screen doors came out on their porches in gawked. Surely the six black detainees felt their scorn. The Georgia guardsmen pulled in a bit tighter around the prisoners by dusk. The procession reached the outskirts of coming as the sun dipped behind the trees. The men set up camp in a field hitching their tents and lighting several small fires throughout the night the captives were closely guarded and lookouts were stationed around the perimeter of the encampment. The threat of a moonlight ambush was very real so they took no chances around midnight. The silence of the night was punctured. The sound of breaking twigs and the silhouettes of men coming from a nearby stand of trees halt a nervous century barks. Five white faces emerged from But these aren't men overalls. These are men in suits. They raise their hands cautiously approached the century and explain in their business. They're allowed in within minutes. The men are conducting a private meeting with the prisoners. Now these weren't just ordinary men. These were some of the local movers and shakers of for site county amongst them are two. We've already met judge. Newt Morris who would be presiding over the trial as well as Sheriff William Read Yes. That's the William Reid. Who'd abandoned the jail as the Lynch mobs were howling for Rob Edwards head? And it was the William Reed who would eventually joined the local. KKK chapter many years later now now. The specifics of this private meeting between these influential white men and the black prisoners aren't fully known but we do know there was a special conversation nation held with the lone female of the group Jane Daniel. You're a member. Jane was the wife of the late Rob Edwards the man the for site county any mob and lynched weeks earlier after several minutes of hushed conversation. The prisoners were dismissed back to their tents. The white men left the camp and disappeared back into the night so what was discussed in this midnight meeting more on that later the next morning city officials woke early to prepare for the day's big trial in the previous weeks. Legal teams had been assembled for both sides. The prosecuting attorneys represented some of the best around seasoned silver tongue litigators eager to get in on a blockbuster trial trial. That would be an easy win. The defense was another story. No one wanted to be one of the poor fools who had to defend the black perpetrators nevertheless several local attorneys were conscripted into service and they were truly pathetic. None of them had experienced in a big criminal trial. These guys who'd spent their legal careers on the boring work of land deeds and property taxes and a twenty one years old. One of them was a total title rookie in way over his head and utterly unprepared for a highly charged. Trial like this on the morning of the trial. Another order of business was the selection of jurors a pool of eighty four people all white men of course was whittled down to a final twelve court. Records noted that eleven of the twelve were local farmers and one was a merchant. It's worth pointing out here. That in the nineteen twenty. Several of the names of these jurors would be found on a roster alongside the name of Sheriff William read that roster of course the noted membership membership in the local chapter of the KKK with legal teams and jurors and place. It was time for the prisoners. Word Word was sent. The prisoner escort broke camp and the group began its final march into the city on that brisk October tober morning. Downtown coming was packed. One paper reported that it was quote crowded as never before in its history in quote people poured in for miles around hoping to be a part of whatever drama emerged from the long awaited trial as the feet of the six prisoners shuffled along the paved streets of coming. They were met with a howling swell of hisses boos and threats if the six black captives had any dreams of a civil reception. They were instantly crushed despite the crowds bluster. No one dared oppose the rolling columns of Stern stern-faced troops now marching through the streets on this particular day. The optics of lethal force had been shrewdly. Planned with each soldier toting not one but two weapons slung over one shoulder a springdale carbine. Rifle with a bayonet mount and on the opposite hip a pistol like before. This was a martial law situation. Each of these one hundred sixty. Seven troops was authorized authorized by the governor to shoot anyone looking to cause trouble as they made their approach. Troops fanned out across the courthouse grounds. Aw One company of men escorted the prisoners inside another formed a human wall around the stately brick building other men lined the stairwells unblocked the windows of the courthouse the remaining detachments patrolled the surrounding roads. And alleyways this display of military might was profound found clearly designed to strike fear in the hearts of any would be linzers inside the buzzing courtroom. For Saif county's most prominent men took their seats among them was coming Mayor Charlie Harris. It's safe safe to assume that Harris and the other well-dressed men of the county were desperately hoping for a smooth and speedy trial. Remember for years. These men had been courting the state's it's top. Railroad officials hoping to entice them to extend a line to their town of coming. They knew that if the locals weren't happy with the outcome of the trial all things could get ugly really fast and the last thing they needed was a nightmarish lynching. PR FIASCO NO railroad magnate in his right right mind would take coming seriously as long as gangs of lawless mountaineers were calling. The shots has the last few observers shuffled their seats judge Newt Morris wrapped his gavel. The whispers and Chitchat faded court was in session. Judge Morris began with a lecture about proper court decorum. He explained that the first order of business would be the trial of Ernest. Knox six and after that Oscar Daniel. It was assumed that things would move fairly fast worried about bias in the courtroom. Well you you shouldn't. According to Judge Newt Morris that day he offered full assurance that things would be fair and impartial and that he was committed to quote upholding the majesty of the law in quote with that assurance in place. It was time to begin. The first person called to the stand. Was Bud Krogh. The father of the slain eighteen year old white woman maikro. Mister Crow shared heartbreaking story about his daughter and her final days observers wept after that to doctors who treated may crow took the stand and in vivid detail. They describe the brutality animalistic cruelty of maize attack within minutes. The prosecution's strategy was obvious. Mortified jurors early with heartbreaking and graphic descriptions of maikros injuries. The next person person called to the stand was Ed Collins. One of the six black prisoners that had been held down in Atlanta. He testified that on the night of the attack Ernest Ernest Knox and Rob Edwards had borrowed a lantern from him. Prosecution made the case that after smashing crew in the head with a rock the two men borrowed the lantern learn and went back to rape and unconscious Maikro next Marvin Bell Bell as it turns out was has the leading citizen who coaxed Ernest Knox into his car and extracted a confession. Of course when bell took the stand and told his story he failed to mention anything about the mock lynching he'd subjected Ernest Knox Two after a brief break for lunch. The prosecution called a surprise witness. Miss Jane Daniel. No one had expected this. The timid black woman took the stand and offered a shocking account of what had happened that night. Here's what she said. Knox had in fact bludgeoned micro and summoned others. She had been forced to come along for one. Disturbing reason to hold the lantern while the boys took turns raping Maikro the courtroom out collective gasp forcing judge. Moore's just to regain order. It was at this exact moment one reporter wrote that Ernest Knox His fate was sealed knocks. Might as as well accept his quote departure from coming to hell in quote hyperbole aside this testimony was very very bad for Ernest Ernest Knox. Now it's at this point where we need to revisit. That mysterious midnight meeting between Jane Daniel in those influential influential white men from coming just one night.

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"ed collins" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"ed collins" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"She said the reason Jason that she exonerated the Ramseys after her second. DNA testing match. The first was because the case was on a road road to try to convict the Ramseys and involved the death penalty and she didn't think they were guilty and she felt someone. Commissioner with authority even knows very unusual and highly criticized move should exonerate them. So should give tragically. Patsy Ramsey never lived to receive that exoneration in two thousand and two the ovarian cancer she had. I been diagnosed with in nineteen ninety three returned and she died in two thousand six at age forty nine. She is now buried next to her daughter here. She is speaking into investigators in nineteen ninety eight after the job. A Lot. More pressure for shooting shooting. Investigation the media whether Avenue interview. What what it's going to be aware if there is this gotta wear into the soul search for cope with it? I kind of thought myself. Get too tired contend fall in craw online depressed so I try to manage my health risks. Well Joe we have taken out the under the paper. Not just can't care because recent times that I had inadvertently themes of they learn new thing Ed Collins. I can't that was just like me in John. Ci Out because it's harmful you're watching the former detectives John San Agustin and Robert Whitson also believe that progress can still be made despite the mistakes of the past as we look at this case again. We look at the two theories whether or not there was an intruder who did this. The family and I will tell you that there are a number of investigators who have well over a couple hundred years of experience in and investigations. Who all say that? The murder of Jon Benet Ramsey was not done by the family but by intruders or an engineer. The problem is the Boulder Police Department. Still to this day will not come out and give any information on spend twenty three years I think at this point we need to come out and let people know what have you done. Have you looked at other people. Have you not looked at that other people. What are you doing still today? There are still a number of leads that have never been followed up by law enforcement is my understanding that approximately three thousand leads came into the Boulder Police Department and the onset of this investigation of which still still a number of them have never been followed. My understanding is there were are both fibers. Animal hairs that were never sourced so I had a source of ad here from the suspect. was that ever tested. I don't know they're not seeing anything anything. I was told that one of the neighbors two of the RAMSEYS and reported about a month before John. Benes murder order that there was somebody leaving cigarette butts in their backyard and I was told. Supposedly an officer responded and collected one of those cigarette butts. Now keep in mind this is prior to DNA. So it may have come into propping opinion evidence and because there was no DNA available you know discarded up like it was cap for a while the question is was that DNA from a cigarette butt ever test because we know in the asked that has been one of the methods of operation of sexist suspects where they will be in the area washing doing kind of surveillance of place that they wanNA break into and be out there smoking while they're you're watching the subject song and former grand jury member. Jonathan Webb agrees that DNA will be the key to finally securing justice for Jon. Benet the advances of analytical technology spend Jordan Attic and if money's was educated and the evidence was preserved my belief is and local technology could solve this crime. You'd have to have a dog detective. WHO's dedicated and focused funded well and given the best analytical tools and allowed to do his or her or work and if that is the case I think it would be solved next time on the killing of Jon Benet the final suspects ax discrediting the case against the RAMSEYS? The few people who are left in the Boulder Police Department still believed that John and or patsy Ramsey murdered their daughter. All of the jurors believed that the truth theory didn't hold water. It was almost like tunnel vision Asian. They were focused on Azi Ramsey and long buried recordings of police interviews with John Patsy and Burke Ramsey Z.. Here you know when when can rush.

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"ed collins" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

09:15 min | 1 year ago

"ed collins" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And Alexis in the morning on chase would play special guest star Stephanie Hanson Kenny's here you're here continuing conversation that I started with with the just say and when to see frozen to yesterday I'll talk about that little bit later this is an addendum to adjust saying I've I've I did before which is I do not understand yes there's a little judgment but I don't understand the new phenomenon of people hanging fall sleeping bags blankets and pillows from home into the public space into a movie theater look I get that in twenty nineteen movie theaters are now uber comfortable they have the recliners it makes you think you're at home but Velma you're not at home you're still in public so I don't get it and my main beef is you're thinkin well why don't you just you always tell people you know you be you you're right I'm a fierce hit a hypocrite right now and I'm fine with us different this is just this is different yeah my problem is I don't know what's in these people's houses I don't know what's attached to your would be I don't know either could be fleas you don't need to there could be craters there could be gross things you might not be a clean person you might not have clean that blanket in about two years and now you're laying it all over the place now you know grandma is gonna come and anti a and and she make a can catch a couple of your your critters honor honor beautiful you know one of one of your critters could crawl into our person in in a rock and a hard Katie bag journey of the critter yeah when you're a little when you're little little mites or lice bugs or whatever krone Gramos person get in hard candy bad do you want that I don't get it now Phil Jones unpaid researcher Phil Jones leading the opposition he goes well he's like we stop it he goes it's cold in movie theaters okay that's not my problem wearing a coat I've done that for years bring a coat yes Sam stout made a really good comment on Twitter they won't even let you donate use magazines to hospital waiting rooms anymore so they shouldn't be letting people bring blankets and sleeping bags in the movie theater after I we still see doctor sleep this is the worst I mean this is a different Avenue here so all probably should save it but we're spending by somebody had to go ahead we were going to move twice because this girl was so obnoxious is right behind us had her feet up on the seat right by my head and then she was just belching loud like Hey I was one thirty times in the middle of the movie and then she was like sitting on her boyfriend's lap it was like oh my gosh seriously when the lights came up everyone turned around and looked to see who who was being cross check via this to me and I'm like I'm not gonna say anything I'm not gonna say anything for don you are saying because I. happening back there seventy I went off on a girl that was right next to me once and yeah did you get into a fight no but she felt like she was she was a teen and then at the end of the movie because I told her to shut the hell up I'm like you you're going to need his father that's what they said she was lovely talking rumbling she kept getting up to get more drinks and snacks she kept eating and just laughing and then she would like making a scene back and so I said that at the end of the movie she had to stand up and give me a lecture on how I'm a grown woman and how it's I could have just asked her to be quiet and I was like you know what you needed to be told that sorry you were I thought it was over the top I Mike who raised you No Way it's one of the one of the together remember I told you the last time we were there here to do to been so proud of you can be too I was calling was up because he could fill in the blanks the story one of my biggest people notice of a listen a TF G. or they just listen to the show one of my biggest what the hell moments is when people turn on their phone in dark rides all like in the movie theater people do that too yes like tower of terror anything that where there is an illusion being created and it's broken by some dip wide turning on their there's all this was going to take a video like yeah so I can be applied seriously somebody over there's tempt but you can't you can't say anything so why are you turning on your phone anyway so there were these teenagers there are these did I was on in tower of terror other than the star were stuff towered here's my favorite ride at Disney world it just is it's nostalgia ride tale I love that right so much I hate when people wrote it so Colin and I are on tire terror and there's a group of teenagers as in some sort of athletics dance troupe something but it's all teenage girls and you know when teenage look I don't want to spoil I don't look I get it I was a teenager to teenagers to be obnoxious I get there having fun whatever but this these girls were on their phone during the entire set up and during most of the ride for tower of terror and I've had enough and at one moment when his dark I was like and I was like getting I was very mad so I got off that right in her their chaperone was on the thing with us and I tracked her down and I said excuse me ma'am ma'am she turned the shoes yeah and I got in here to tell you I go your girls ruined that ride for everybody else on there I said and everybody else on years paying upwards of a hundred and fifty dollars to be at that park and your girl's ruled that experience for everybody then waited in the hot Florida sun for an hour and a half or three minutes of joy at your obnoxious teenagers just ruined and I ed Collins I'm calling wanted to crawl into a bush so mortified because I'd just I devoured that woman I open my mouth by on his my jaw and I swallowed her whole and I and she looked at me like oh my goodness where did this not bag come from and she apologized so then I walked away from her she we started walking and she followed us but she came up to us and she apologized and turned out to be like she cared she she got it she said that she's like me that she hates when stuff like this happens and she had a stern talking to with the girls she immediately ran over to them after I ate after I swallowed her seat and all god I think about that all the time because the I just don't like that I don't like that I feel bad for the chaperone yeah because I devoured her yeah yeah some to be told though you do yeah yeah she with you look there was it I appreciated her apology but she was there to inflict ma'am why did you do anything at the time you were in the same car and you allow that to happen is not what a chaperone is I mean you're supposed to make sure that you know I don't know anyway we're hearing a lot of people hear about blanket gate at the movie theaters let's see here thesis I'm more worried about what you might get on my blanket not the other way around do you know how many hands these are given out of the movie theater seat no he no not at all like the rap like what is the owl he's talking about all okay yeah yeah yeah what he meant like this in fact and today thesis I'm not doing it right now I thought he meant like why why why the three minds in the gutter over here no I was thinking now that's what he meant well I'm a tender little what the error they go.

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"ed collins" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

09:25 min | 1 year ago

"ed collins" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Jason and Alexis in the morning on chase would play special guest star Stephanie Hanson Kenny's here you're here continuing conversation that I started with with the just say and when to see frozen to yesterday I'll talk about that little bit later this is an addendum to adjust saying I've I've I did before which is I do not understand yes there's a little judgment but I don't understand the new phenomenon of people hanging fall sleeping bags blankets and pillows from home into the public space into a movie theater look I get that in twenty nineteen movie theaters are now over comparable they have the recliners it makes you think you're at home but Valmont you're not at home you're still in public so I don't get it and my main beef is good you're thinking well why don't you just you always tell people you know you be you you're right I'm a fierce hit a hypocrite right now and I'm fine with that is different this is just this is different yeah my problem is I don't know what's in these people's houses I don't know what to tax to your would be I don't know either could be fleas any you don't need to there could be craters there could be gross things you might not be a clean person you might not have clean that blanket in about two years and now you're laying it all over the place now you know grandma's gonna come in after the a and and she make a can catch a couple of your your critters on our on our beautiful you know one of one of your critters could crawl into our person in in a rock and a hard Katie bag journey of the critter yeah when you're a little when you're little live my eight Sir lice bugs or whatever cloning Gramos person get in hard candy bad do you want that I don't get it now Phil Jones on paid researcher Phil Jones leading the opposition he goes all he's like we stop it he goes it's cold in movie theaters okay that's not my problem wearing a coat I've done that for years bring a coat yes I am scalp made a really good comment on Twitter they won't even let you donate use magazines the hospital waiting rooms anymore so they shouldn't be letting people bring blankets and sleeping bags and a movie theater after I we still see doctor sleep this is the worst I mean this is a different Avenue here so all probably should save it but we're spending by somebody had to go ahead we were going to move twice because this girl was so obnoxious is right behind us had her feet up on the seat right by my head and then she was just belching loud like Hey I was one thirty times in the middle of the movie and then she was like sitting on her boyfriend's lap it was like all my gosh re all seriously when the lights came up everyone turned around and looked to see who who was being with all the girls sharing via ours is to me and I'm like I'm not gonna say anything I'm not gonna say anything all don you are saying because I. happening back there seventy I went off on a girl that was right next to me once and yeah did you get into a fight no but she felt like she was she was a teen and then at the end of the movie because I told her to shut the hell up I'm like you you're going to need to follow up that's what they said she was lovely talking rumbling she kept getting up to get more drinks and snacks she kept eating and just laughing and then she would like making a scene back and so I said that at the end of the movie she had to stand up and give me a lecture on how I'm a grown woman and how it's I could have just asked her to be quiet and I was like you know what you needed to be told that sorry you were I thought it was over the top I might raise do you No Way it's one of the one of the other daughter remember I told you the last time we were there here to do you have been so proud of me Kitty too I was calling was up because he could fill in the blanks the story one of my biggest people notice of a listen a TF G. or they just listen to the show one of my biggest what the hell moments is when people turn on their phone in dark rides all like in the movie theater people do that too yes like tower of terror anything that where there is an illusion being created and it's broken by some dip wide turning on their there's all this was going to take a video like yeah so I can be applied seriously somebody over there's tempt but you can't you can't say anything so why are you turning on your phone anyway so there are these teenagers I was on in tower of terror other than the Star Wars stuff tower tears my favorite ride at Disney world it just is it's not a job right I love that right so much and I hate when people wrote it so Colin and I are on tire tear and there's a group of teenagers as in some sort of athletics the little dance troupe something but it's all teenage girls and you know when teenage look I don't want to spoil I don't look I get it I was a teenager to teenagers can be obnoxious I get there having fun whatever but this these girls were on their phone during the entire set up during most of the ride for tower of terror and I've had enough and at one moment when his dark I was like and I was like getting I was very mad so I got off that right in her their chaperone was on the thing with us and I tracked her down and I said excuse me ma'am ma'am she turned the shoes yeah and I got in here to tell you I go your girls wound that ride for everybody else on there I said and everybody else on years paying upwards of a hundred and fifty dollars to be at that park and your girl's ruled that experience for everybody then waited in the hot Florida sun for an hour and a half or three minutes of joy that you're obnoxious teenagers just ruined and I ed Collins I'm calling wanted to crawl into a bush so mortified because I just I devoured that woman I open my mouth I on his my jaw and I swallowed her whole and I and she looked at me like oh my goodness where did this not back come from and she apologized so then I walked away from her she we started walking and she followed us and she came up to us and she apologized and turned out to be like she cared she she got it she said that she's like me that she hates when stuff like this happens and she had a stern talking to with the girls she immediately ran over to them after I ate after I swallowed her seat and all god I think about that all the time because the I just don't like that I don't like that I feel bad for the chaperone yeah because I devoured her yeah yeah some to be told though you do yeah yeah she would I you look there was it I appreciated her apology but she was there too and like ma'am why did you do anything at the time you were in the same car and you allow that to happen is that what a chaperone is I mean you're supposed to make sure that you know I don't know anyway we're hearing a lot of people hear about blanket gate at the movie theaters let's see here thesis I'm more worried about what you might get on my blanket not the other way around you know how many do you know how many hands these are given out of the movie theater seats no no no no no like the rap like what is he he's talking about all okay yeah yeah yeah but he meant like this in fact and Kelly thesis I'm not doing it right now I thought he meant like why why why the three minds in the gutter over here no I was thinking now that's what he meant well I'm a tender little what the error they go on to what why I just saw Ford versus Ferrari that didn't occur to me during.

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"ed collins" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

11:04 min | 2 years ago

"ed collins" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"This is how you support other people you pay your taxes. I bet you're feeling exciting about charitable strangely charitable. And so very patriotic. Yes. Super patriotic. This is basically July fourth part too. And I hope you're feeling that way today. I know I am when the when the federal government comes into my Countess sucks out a chunk of today cited about it almost as much as I love it when they they take it as when I read about how they wasted it. Yeah. That's really fun to of when you realize and they're like, oh when Nancy Pelosi says, there's there's just no scraps left in the cupboard, and we can't cut anymore, and you get these you know, what was you had one the other day. It was like several billion dollars in just like mistaken payments to the college thing. Yeah. No. It was on the Pell grants. Sometimes they screw it up pay. It man you've already paid it pay it again. And while you like to stop and think about it when they say like, oh, yeah, they made a let's say a ten million dollar mistake. A minor mistake when it comes to to the government of the United States. They made ten million dollar payment to someone who didn't deserve it, or it's just disappeared or whatever. And you stop and think about it, and that is going to be more money in taxes than you will pay in your entire life. Plus, probably everybody, you know, every dollar they will pay in their entire life. And that's that little kicker story that doesn't even isn't even on the front page of the paper. If there was one I don't know if they print them anymore, but the inner you're in little tiny little section of like the hill dot com like several clicks in and they'll be like ten million dollars on this. That's everything you'll work for for your whole. Oh life plus a lot. And that is like when you think about it how disgust depressing that is these little mistakes little stories we bring up video people's life's work going down the drain for nothing. New nothing. You could have every tax dollar you've ever put in back, plus all the tax dollars of everybody that, you know, back, and then some if they had made that one mistake, and we all the time. We don't really blow it off barely mentioned. I mean, he think they every year they release that government waste report. Republicans do that show all the Corky things that they spent money on you spent five hundred thousand dollars on this story to see if snails can fly and like, it's all this weird stuff. And you're like, oh, that's funny. That's funny kicker story that day. Those are people's life's work going down the train over and over and over again every year and nobody noticed. I mean, you wanna know how bad taxes are. And I think it's it's we're at the point where we need to start making these arguments and making their more profound because I mean, listen, listen to this is the New York Times today, and I just just did this just a second ago now that as I'm talking about this, listen, this is the gap between perception and reality on the tax cut appears to flow from a sustained and misleading effort by liberal opponents of the law to branded as a broad middle tax tack middle class tax increase this too. Time. Yes, they are telling you that it was a misleading effort by liberals that make people not understand this long sustain. Yeah. We're seeing. Now polls those seventeen percent of people believe they got a tax cut when the real number is well north of sixty and probably even higher than that. We don't have the final numbers yet. They say the effort began in the fall twenty seventeen when Republicans prepared the first draft of this tax Bill and one tax policy center, the independent tax policy center predicted it could raise taxes on nearly a third of middle class taxpayers now that's not the Bill passed they continued through Trump signing of law. Even though the group's models showed the same group that initially said it would raise taxes on people. The groups model showed that the revised Bill would raise taxes on relative relatively few in the middle class after the law went to affect Democrats played down those estimates. And instead highlighted projections that most Americans taxes are set to. Increase in twenty twenty six after the individual tax cuts are scheduled to expire. So they're saying your taxes on going to go up. So this the tax cuts go away, which of course is true. This is that's them. That's their tax those their tax rates which are higher. This is the amazing thing about the New York Times at times, they tell the absolute truth at times that now disagree with what they just printed in the op-ed. We'll tell the all ties echoed a hundred times by all of their op-ed Collins erect just a couple, but sometimes they do great reporting. It's such a weird thing if you are really truly just being a hack for the left. How does this person survive? Yeah. It's a mix. I mean, I think that's that is important to note a lot of times when we're talking about real conservative arguments the basis for that the source of that reliable information is the New York Times because it's it's great to go to the left and say, this is the New York Times, I'm showing this is them saying not me not in national review. Not the blaze, not bright mart. Here. It is right here. New York Times, they say now that three quarters of Democrats say they did not think they got a tax cut from the law and the overall share of Americans who said that they got text just rose slightly since the initial. Argument experts are divided on whether the tax tax cut law was a good idea. But there is little disagreement on this core point most people got a tax cut, the tax policy center estimates that sixty five percent of people paid less under the law and only six percent paid more. The joint committee on taxation congress nonpartisan team of tax analysts from every income group, which the tax cut on average. So to the institute of taxation economic policy, which is a left leaning think tank. They went even further they said, every income group in every state would pay less on average on believe. Unbelievable. And what's interesting about that is people aren't realizing these tax cuts because they say a relatively small amount. Some people got about seven hundred eighty dollars the middle the middle middle class, and they say, well, you know, seven hundred eighty dollars we'd like to get seven hundred eighty dollars. But it was a few dollars in Vishwa checks, and I. Think I said this myself. I'm mad that I'm paying giant chunk today. Have a giant tax Bill to pay today? Unfortunately, but the truth is I should be happy about that. Because my money was in my hands for longer. I was able to invest it. I was able to hold onto it. I was able to make interest. I did not make an interest free loan the government. You know, it's crazy is we use the federal government as a Bank, and it's the worst Bank ever same thing with social security same idea, we we look the federal government as a Bank, and we hope we get a tax return. You're getting the money you paid in. But you're not saving. You're not getting any interest on that. So they're not paying you interests. No. So you could have put that same amount in the Bank and said, I'm going to take less every month. And I'm going to put it in the Bank. So he can earn interest. I wanna put it in a CD. I'm gonna put it in something safe, but I'll lease get five percent interest. And then come tax day. I will take that money, and I'll cash it out, and I'll pay exactly how much I need to pay. Instead, we don't do that. We let the government take all of our money. And then when they give us a year later after holding it and using it then they give it back to us without any interest. And we celebrate like it's a gift like the whole thing is like, I didn't know I had any of that. Yeah. I think it's insane H&_R block last year that it ad campaign about like it's tax refund day like this great holiday. It's it's not a holiday. They've been stealing your money for a year. I mean, this is we've been saying this point for how long I mean, legitimately thirty years. Reagan Reagan said it he said if you at the end of the year, if people had just write a check, then this'll be totally different. Why don't we push for that as actual policy? Why we always talk about it? We always mention it. I don't know, you know, because make it quarterly checks are monthly. Every time you get a paycheck every time get a paychecks withheld. You have to write it check and send it to write a automatically. You know, you gotta be there has to be some action taken because it just like your point with immigration. If we take all the Sankar sanctuary cities and take illegal immigrants and spread them out across there will be some impact these cities, but most people might not notice if you do it with a bunch of buses and they all arrive at the same time and plop them down. And everyone's gonna notice with a lot of fanfare, this is what this is. It's fanfare make people notice what they're doing make people accountable to to to to the actual people in the money that they're spending because people don't realize it, you know, we say that his health insurance to people don't know what the prices are. This is why they develop this system. They developed this system because they knew you would revolt if you actually had to do it yourself. So they've made it. But what what what thing does the government make? Easy for you. The government make anything easy for you. Can't get a it's possible to do almost anything except digs. Yes. Your tax dollars will take those tax now at the end of the year. It's a pain in the ass. That's get your money back a lot of time. Correct. But to pay your taxes every single paycheck. Oh, they make that so easy, and they take that burden away from you. Thank you so much. Yeah. Well, next weekend is Easter which spring is on the way, man. 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"ed collins" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"ed collins" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"From the south or southern belles are Mexican women taco bells. Now. I did that joke in Mexico. They laughter. Sorry as in Houston. I just thought it was funny of all the things we do. That's what I was gonna get in trouble for supreme court deciding they will not. They will not endorse the bump stock ban after all. You people are just having win after win the department of Justice going after ObamaCare in full force. I was reading earlier today that there was a split within the White House and Trump sided with the camp that said we've got to get rid of ObamaCare, and that's why you've been seeing him publicly saying. This cost too much people lost their dollars. They lost their doctors. And it costs them a lot of dollars people are paying more. They're paying higher premiums. And I bet many of you this is the case they're paying higher premiums and higher deductibles. And they lost their doctors a lot of doctors retired. They can't go to the same doctors. They can't get the same procedures. You know, you don't you don't understand the importance of a relationship with a doctor. If you're young and healthy. My dad. Had a melanoma on his face and the doctor that he's going to. Is is a fantastic doctor. He's very well regarded names Ed Collins, he's at Beaumont been around for a long time, he trained half the dermatologist and state of Texas. I think. And Dr he had my my dad has a great report with him. He feels very comforted knowing that Dr Collins has been his dermatologist for years, and so when he had denied this problem, he immediately proposed a course of action as to how this would be treated, whether we'd need chemo or radiation and all those sorts of things that's an important relationship. The next doctor might be good at what he does. But he doesn't know my dad's entire history, and how the a very severe case of diabetes affects his treatment ObamaCare ruined that for a lot of people. It is hard to understand how ObamaCare hurt patience and Americans. This.

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"ed collins" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"ed collins" Discussed on KTRH

"From the south or southern belles are metric and women Taco Bell. Now. I did that joke in Mexico laughter. Sorry. I was in Houston. I just thought it was funny of all the things we do. That's what I was gonna get in trouble for supreme court deciding they will not. They will not endorse the bump stock ban after all. You people are just having win after win the department of Justice going after ObamaCare in full force. I was reading earlier today. There was a split within the White House and Trump sided with the camp that said we've got to get rid of ObamaCare, and that's why you've been seeing him publicly saying. This cost too much people lost their dollars. They lost their doctors. And it cost him a lot of dollars people are paying more. They're paying higher premiums. And I bet many of you this is the case they're paying higher premiums and higher deductibles. And they lost their doctors a lot of doctors retired. They can't go to the same doctors. They can't get the same procedures. You know, you don't you don't understand the importance of a relationship with a doctor. If you're young and healthy. My dad. We had a melanoma on his face and the doctor that he's going to is is a fantastic doctor. He's very well regarded as names Ed Collins, he's out of Beaumont been around for a long time, he trained half the dermatologist and state of Texas. I think. And Dr he my my dad has a great rapport with him. He feels very comforted knowing that Dr Collins has been his dermatologist for years, and so when he identified this problem, he immediately proposed a course of action as to how this would be treated, whether we'd need chemo radiation, and all sorts of things that's an important relationship. The next doctor might be good at what he does. But he doesn't know my dad's entire history, and how the a very severe case of diabetes affects his treatment ObamaCare ruined that for a lot of people. It is hard to understand how ObamaCare patience and Americans. This is the Michael berry show..

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"ed collins" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"ed collins" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Show. That's part of his brand. It's it's what he does. You you can't you can't take that away. That's that's what Houston is it women from the south or southern bales are Mexican women. Taco bells. Now. I did that joke in Mexico. They laughter. Sorry. I was in Houston. I just thought it was funny of all the things we do. That's what I was going to get in trouble for supreme court deciding they will not they will not endorse the bump stock ban after all. You people are just having win after win the department of Justice going after ObamaCare in full force. I was reading earlier today that there was a split within the White House and Trump sided with the camp that said we've got to get rid of ObamaCare, and that's why you've been seeing him publicly saying. This cost too much people lost their dollars. They lost their doctors. And it cost them a lot of dollars people are paying more. They're paying higher premiums. And I bet many of you this is the case they're paying higher premiums and higher deductibles. And they lost their doctors a lot of doctors retired. They can't go to the doctors. They can't get the same procedures. You know, you don't you don't understand the importance of a relationship with a doctor. If you're young and healthy. My dad. Had a melanoma on his face and the doctor that he's going to. Is is a fantastic doctor. He's very well. Regarded Ed Collins he's out of Beaumont been around for a long time, he trained half the dermatologist and state of Texas. I think. And Dr he had my my dad has a great rapport with him. He feels very comforted knowing that Dr Collins has been his dermatologist for years. And so when he identified this problem, he immediately proposed a course of action as to how this would be treated, whether we'd need chemo or radiation and all those sorts of things that's an important relationship. The next doctor might be good at what he does. But he doesn't know my dad's entire history, and how a very severe case of diabetes affects his treatment.

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"ed collins" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"ed collins" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"About sending you alert um winnders that when there is a change attacked method yet so i think our first one came it why no one was early cook collins like wild don't really calling this early i think that got our first one at allow maybe ten or eleven and it was like you're quite is going to be delayed uh in hill i think the first one was nine we weren't going to take off till nine colin was a little ear taste it i'm like well who cares and liquid you know i said i'll sleep on the plane i'll be loopy what stephanie in dawn who cares clennett need to be right yeah and i thought i know i was actually non to treat them like i would go non strect about it i was like who can't work here like there's not a i mean if you're going to be stuck someplace i rather be stuck here you know sure well then i'm not kidding you about thirty minutes later we get off a an colonist coming out of the bathroom and we both get the tech methods alert at the berries heiden ed collins pizzas like oh my goodness the if with you with another delay and now it with like in thirty the offbeat up a little bit weren't delays later port delta i felt relieved back because i thought it was originally like a weather race you could you know all the storms in chicago in detroit um but it ended up to be found out late in the night with some sort of mechanical thing so we we didn't get a text message for a very long for a very long time and then finally i call them like i'm really weary because now we weren't going to be taking off until 1215 like girl for us midnight so i call her pavement of don't high salsa minnesota and and i literally just congress the minutes though it anyway uh but so i called delta and i go um chelsea by girl aiko break it down be real i say what are the.

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"ed collins" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"ed collins" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Orbit of ring claim vertical orbit so it could try to steady etiquette healed a veteran all and they benefit added the fact that they had to get back into pattern just turn it off because it would have to higher probability of impact again how it stayed in orbit they did their entire final mission getting great fan in addition to having the ability to target to feed captain too and so that it would not contaminate until it heater missions can then had he inherited having confidently that there are no are introduced that over the years it has been reported that the most famous space mission of all time apollo eleven one small step for man and so on that when the astronauts armstrong aldrin ed collins made it back to earth that there those were very careful protocol to prevent them bringing any possible contamination back we didn't really know that much of what was all the moon we didn't want them to bring back subianto would contaminate people and yet i gather that many of those procedures were for some reason not followed once the apollo eleven crew returned to onto the deck of that aircraft carrier loyd to the extent that people understood at the time and to the extent that the resources were available ideally the capital would have been picked up by a crane and put right next today contamination fertility by a larger ship but to ship wasn't available to smaller ships so they had to figure out did optimal optimal scenario but they killed it shelters on that fellow capital voltaire was in the air with filtered of that we pressurized after during entry they had me breeders they had leaders protecting them they had i what they called food but we certainly understand a lot better now what kind of protection did step to take to protect deer tonight carb we can learn a lot from the apollo program we didn't likely that we do that sort of men namely the other thing that we learnt of course are that we wouldn't have to it that at all from them in the first few apollo program matt in told mission that had been planning on the main kid corentin but they were detained by the interagency committee on back contamination that you didn't need to granting from the men that only really one object in a solar system that game and are interested in going to throw which there would be a quarantine step on returning that.

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"ed collins" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"ed collins" Discussed on WCTC

"Media group station seventy three degrees and cleared good morning wctc news time is six o'clock i'm racquel williams it is the third day of a heat wave the mercury is expected to sizzle into the nineties were third day in a row after setting record highs it yesterday clifton public schools were dismissed early yesterday because of the he'd as we're schools and plainfield scotch plains bell marin colts neck the hot and sticky weather should rep up tomorrow with some thunderstorms leading to cooler temperatures for the rest of the week jersey city mayor steven full up is suspending four jersey city cops after a crash last week amateur video has surfaced allegedly showing the officers kicking and beating a man who was engulfed in flames following a car chase in full of says it appears the cops cross the line where we feel that there is a violation of face for the procedures that we put in place we feel that fits of this incident fits the description him were taking swift actions within our ability to do so the incident happened on heavily avenue last sunday night following a six mile long police chase that ended in a fiery crash the video appears to show a man just trying to extinguish himself and officers appearing to kick him beachgoers are being credited with saving two teenagers who were caught in a riptide at the jersey shore witness ed collins says the two girls were being swept out in the water off adam by the sea yesterday afternoon when two men jumped in and pulled them out the girl the was on the rocks should have wanted to girls barter hands and then she says she the xiv flu often into retard bystanders perform cpr on the girls.

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"ed collins" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"ed collins" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"He's making nine hundred grand that's a nice living dare cars twenty five milliondollar quarterback right should he gave out the team knowing he may not have his teammates gal a team why would you put a word like that wall how about twenty million at twenty five here he's and made any money yet in order to be greedy grady okay i got this i got this concept jamie horror which hey i wanna start a network ed collins a notice guy over the place you wanna come join me you know me me and you're bros maybe give me a little discount so we can start a business not not happening oh okay i like to see all these people hide behind hey man give a person a discount you pay me to full rate what it takes to be a top10 quarterback let me when you a super bowl and then you know the next time around i might think about giving you a discount like peyton manning or tom brady who has multiple super bowls you can't compare the kids who haven't gotten paid haven't done anything in this league they deserve the right to be paid that top dollar that they can get the reason why i saw him get hurt at the end of the season right he brokers ankle what if we go thirteen inches higher he has a compound fracture of his shan and shatters is aco is anybody asking for discount then no so man get your money and show me the people please tweet me call me so up at my job the people that are giving people a discount making money.

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