35 Burst results for "FDR"

Justice Black's Interpretation of 'Right to Privacy'

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 2 weeks ago

Justice Black's Interpretation of 'Right to Privacy'

"Just as Hugo black and his descent was not impressed He was the first nominated the Supreme Court by FDR from Alabama He attacked the way Douglas had turned constitutional law into semantics By replacing the language of actual right with the phrase quote write the privacy unquote He wrote the court talks about a constitutional right of privacy And so there is some constitutional provision of provisions forbidding any law ever to be passed which might abridge the privacy of individuals But there is not There are of course guarantees in certain specific constitutional provisions which are designed in part to protect privacy at certain times and places with respect to certain activities So what is he talking about Well you have a right To not have your house searched unless authorities have a warrant You have a right to free speech which is a form of privacy To your own thoughts and belief systems you have a right to freedom of association You have many many rights under the Bill of Rights privacy rights But this broad concept of privacy right is nonsensical because we have many laws That impose criminal penalties and long prison sentences If you commit certain acts in private or public

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Dinesh Examines the Significance of J.D. Vance for the GOP's Future

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:02 min | 3 weeks ago

Dinesh Examines the Significance of J.D. Vance for the GOP's Future

"There's an article about JD Vance, JD Vance, the author of the book hillbilly allergies, very good book, very moving book. Who is now running in Ohio for the Senate endorsed by Trump and JD events have become kind of a liberal celebrity after hillbilly allergies. In part because he described and kind of riveting autobiographical detail is sort of hard Scrabble origins, the very dysfunctional family life, his grandmother, setting his grandfather on fire. I mean, crazy stuff like that, boring alcohol all over him and lighting a match. And all of this is in the book. It's no wonder the book was a massive bestseller. But I'll let you in a lot of liberals and journalists would say this is actually helps us understand the Trump phenomenon. The fact that working class people very often people who are struggling or poor, they're not behaving the way they did under FDR, under FDR, the kind of white working class could be counted on to vote for the Democrats. That was actually FDR's base. But now these guys a lot of them moving over to the Republicans and they're particularly enthusiastic about Trump. And yet, and yet, initially, JD Vance was very critical of Trump. And in fact, saw Trump as somebody who was, you may almost say taking advantage of this group rather than truly reflecting its values. And of course, the left love this, they were like, here's the guy who's come from that background. Here is the true you may say, descendant of hillbillies. Now, of course, JD Vance is not himself a hillbilly. Here is a guy who went to Yale, Yale law school, and has worked for big financial corporations and he's made a big success of his life and even though in the book he amusingly describes how he, you know, the first time they asked him whether he wanted a chablis or whether he wanted solving you on blankey, he didn't really know what they were talking about. He thought that there were just two kinds of wine, one is white and the other is red and the idea that there was sort of nuances or options within white and within red, he thought this was some kind of a joke. So this is all very amusingly portrayed in the book, but JD Vance, I'm sure today has a favorite Cabernet and possibly a favorite Pinot Noir. But nevertheless, the left was able to say, look, this guy who kind of knows the white working class is understands them and knows the Trump is a fraud. Well, as it turns out, by 2020, JD events became a defender of Trump, voted for Trump, endorsed Trump. And now Trump has endorsed him, and as far as I can see, Trump Junior, Don Junior is on the road campaigning for JD Vance. And some of the other candidates, by the way, are, you know, obviously very grumpy about this, JD Vance has surged into the first place. In the, in the Senate campaign.

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Times Our Government Wanted to Monitor & Control Speech

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 3 weeks ago

Times Our Government Wanted to Monitor & Control Speech

"And now we have these efforts with the government To monitor speech of a government's monitoring speech it wants to control speech This has happened from time to time in our history The difference is believe that these were terrible terrible even grave errors on the part of presidents and congresses Whether it was done by John Adams our second president to try and silence Thomas Jefferson in the new Republican Party The Civil War period where some 200 newspapers were shut down A hundred years ago when Woodrow Wilson the more modern period actually in prison people who disagree with this position on the war when FDR unleash the IRS against his political opponents who would speak out against him and that would include numerous newspaper publishers and I could go on and on These are very very bad times in American history but now presumably we've learned from this And if you noticed how little the corrupt American media AKA the American pravda how little they've objected to this It's conservatives Constitutionalists who are objecting

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Cully Stimson: Who Are the Senior Officials Who Can Calm the Room?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | 2 months ago

Cully Stimson: Who Are the Senior Officials Who Can Calm the Room?

"Now colleague you're right I read that piece in the journal and they cite examples of people who've done this FDR Truman they brought in people from the opposite party but people who had some level of bona fides with the opposition party who could who could sell a bipartisan effort to advance the interests of the United States And it's clear at this point collie that he's not doing that I mean who is advising this guy I mean you got Jake Sullivan a PP tape hoaxer I mean he's on tape talking about the collusion hoax with Wolf Blitzer I mean really because you think of a more inappropriate guy And then you've got Susan Rice You know another one knee deep in all these political scandals in the last administration Colleague these are people with not even zero that negative credibility on it You'd almost rather them have zero credibility It's like anything they say people believe the opposite So I agree with your point You just want to expound on that a bit Well I mean ask yourself this and I would ask your listeners your big audience to think about this Who are the old hands in the senior or former senior government official post Where are the big new brzezinski Where are the Robert Gates Where are the Henry L stimson No relation to me Where are the people like that who could come in and calm the waters and be the room Who Biden would very privately quietly rely on and listen to as opposed to some of the other folks who you mentioned who clearly come with baggage don't have serious national security jobs And I don't know who those people are And I don't think he's going to do it

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A Look Back at the Life of Dwight Eisenhower

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:37 min | 2 months ago

A Look Back at the Life of Dwight Eisenhower

"Of course, was the 34th president of the United States. He served from 53 to 61. Sort of the capstone of his career, you know, most do knowing his president, but most know him again as he is being the supreme ally commander in Europe at the end of World War II and leading the offensive of all of our allies against the axis forces and Hitler and Nazi Germany. These all playing together for this became his final speech and there's a lot written about Eisenhower and I would encourage you just to the wood of Washington. If you want to know more about the man themselves, you want to know about how they grow up how they came about, I would encourage you to read their several books out there to go read about them because they're fascinating in their where they came from and how they got there. In fact, it's a really interesting correlation between sort of three presidents in a row and this is an extra for you podcast listeners today. For listening, you know, if you look at the middle of the century in the United States during the came out of the FDR presidency coming out of the great depression moving into World War II, you had a person who was in essence grown for politics. He was groomed in many ways and his family from his cousin to everybody to be a politician to be a leader of governor or president. That's what FDR Franklin Roosevelt was sort of groomed to be. And then you have the one who became president one of the biographies of his accidental president. Harry Truman was one who was not groomed. He came from very humble backgrounds. He came from a very working class middle of the country background and Missouri to know to the presidency. And took those took that office very seriously because of where he came from and in the desire to serve the country. And then you transition to another midwesterner in Eisenhower. So in the middle of our time frame there in which we went through The Great Depression World War II into what began the use of the atomic bomb, the use of the beginning of the Cold War. And then the space race toward the end of Eisenhower's term that was beginning, again, this buildup of nuclear power, this buildup of military power through Eisenhower's administration and even the beginnings of what we say we see the battle of Korea. And then we see the start of what would be known is from our perspective later in Eisenhower's administration owning the candidates and then Johnson's is the Vietnam War.

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If the Democrats Return to Hillary Clinton, What Does That Say About Them?

The Trish Regan Show

01:23 min | 4 months ago

If the Democrats Return to Hillary Clinton, What Does That Say About Them?

"The Democrats are left in a bit of a situation. And there's Hillary Clinton waiting in the wings. I mean, when you were actually turning the Hillary Clinton, what does that say about your party? It tells me that they have not allowed for any growth, any bench. I mean, think of a Tulsi gabbert, what they did to Tulsi gabbert accusing her of being a Russian spy. Because she was a threat a competitor to Hillary Clinton, think about that. Think about what you're signing up for as a candidate if you're going to run. You're taking on the Clinton machine and you run the risk of being labeled a Russian spy. I mean, it's pretty incredible. The lengths to which they will go to destroy some of the politicians that are on the rise and their whole problem is they don't have enough politicians that are really down the center. Down the middle, people elected Joe Biden because they thought, oh, you know what? He's down the middle. He won't do any crazy thing. Like, you know, cyber Bernie Sanders and AOC and do this build back better nonsense. Now, what is the first thing he did as soon as he got to The White House, he assembled all these historians, all these academics, all these reporters and journalists to tell him, oh, you got to go big. You got to go really, really big. Big problems. That's how you are remembered in history like FDR. And so Americans did not elect a new FDR. They just wanted a guy who could put the lights on, and doesn't seem like joking even

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The Relationship Between Democrats and Blacks: Abuse by Neglect

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:06 min | 4 months ago

The Relationship Between Democrats and Blacks: Abuse by Neglect

"And I want to talk today about the black vote. That's an interesting article by a guy named darville Moro. I don't know this guy, so the article I saw on newsweek and at the end it says the darvi morrow is the CEO of the SFC B radio network co host of the outlaws radio show. But it's a thoughtful article, and it says that, look, blacks have been beholden to the Democratic Party. Every two years every four years the Democrats show up in our communities, he says they scare us into voting for them and not quoting him. And then after we do disappear and leave our communities in exactly the same condition they found them. So Democrats do this. And we know they do it, but interestingly, he says they're black snow. That they do it. He describes a relationship between the Democrats and the blacks as, quote, abuse by neglect. So they're being abused. They're harvested for their votes. And then they're neglected. And so says mister morrow, there is quote a historic precedent for a realignment. He points to the earlier realignment, blacks used to be, of course, in the 19th century, and early 20th century Republicans, then they began to move over to the Democratic Party really starting, not in the 60s, but with FDR, and then that trend accelerated in the 1960s and certainly for the past half century blacks have been loyal Democrats, Republicans have been lucky to get ten or even ten or 15% of the black vote. But, says morrow, black discontent is now aimed at the left. Black snow, who's been running black communities, not Republicans. So it becomes increasingly abstract and somewhat absurd to conduct this theater in which you invoke the bad Republicans, what bad Republicans, the fact that the bad Republicans who freed the slaves, the bad Republicans who fought against lynching that was being supported by FDR FDR was blocking anti lynching laws. The Republicans who fought against the democratic segregationists who were holding up voting rights legislation. So this is all fiction, but it's a fiction that's been developed in academia, it's promulgated through the media.

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Civilizations That Most Effectively Channel Energy Win

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 4 months ago

Civilizations That Most Effectively Channel Energy Win

"So money is monetary energy. Now just a good rule for life, civilizations that most effectively channel energy win. That's an interesting thing to think about. I want you to ponder that. That's a podcast or a radio show for a different time. For example, when the United Kingdom fought the dervishes, they had machine guns, the United Kingdom did. The dervishes had camels and horses. Whoever better used energy won that battle. Whoever was better able to use technology won that battle. Now, after World War I, almost instantaneously, when World War I broke out, almost every country in Europe went off the gold standard and went to some Fiat currency. Almost instantaneously, almost immediately. This was to help finance the war. In order to fund the war machine, they needed to get to some sort of floating or Fiat currency. They began the process of debasing their currency. Now, in 1917, America passed the income tax and also we passed something called the Federal Reserve act. This was passed by then progressive former college president head of Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson, which was the beginning stage that set the framework of the central banking system. Throughout the 20s and 30s, it became more clear that in order to finance especially the 30s to finance FDR's massive government programs, we had to further debase and devalue our currency. And finally, Richard Nixon, he kind of slammed the door on a multi decade project of ending the gold standard and transitioning to a Fiat currency by basically going outside of anything that is backed by metallic or objective or finite value and went into an infinite value monetary

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Lord Conrad Black on the Significance of 3 Back-to-Back 2-Term Presidents

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:35 min | 4 months ago

Lord Conrad Black on the Significance of 3 Back-to-Back 2-Term Presidents

"Your last book was about president Trump? How much of all of this apparent insanity or radicalism or anger at your fellow voter from Clinton's deplorables to the January 6th speech by a Biden? How much of it is a function of just how different a kind of president Donald Trump was and that he wasn't your classic former senator congressman or retired general lord black. I think that's a large part of it. But I would also say Sebastian that. The period of Clinton George W. Bush and Obama was the only the second time in American history where you had three consecutive two term presidents. Unwrap the significance of that. Well, I mean, normally there's more of a back and forth and things being up for grabs unless sort of serenity. Now you can only take two terms after FDR who took four. So that's as many as anyone can have. And at the last time, you had three consecutive two term presidents was Jefferson Madison and Monroe and I was 200 years ago. And it put another way in the 32 years from 1981 to 2013, 8 terms, one member or other of the bush or Clinton families was the president of the vice president of the Secretary of State and members of both those family south of nomination of their parties for president in

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Sean Spicer Talks About His New Book 'Radical Nation: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris's Dangerous Plan for America'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | 5 months ago

Sean Spicer Talks About His New Book 'Radical Nation: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris's Dangerous Plan for America'

"Let's get to the subject of your book radical nation. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris is dangerous plan for America. Why do you suppose somebody who most of his life was, I think thought of as just a centrist, maybe a political genuine political hack who it's kind of go along with whatever to stay in power, which is exactly what the founders hoped would not happen in the centuries ahead. But how do you suppose he was persuaded to tack this hard left to the point of a kind of legislative madness being unfurled as we sit here? I don't think he was persuaded. I think there are two things to keep in mind. One, I lay this out in the book. Joe Biden has always been a sort of finger in the wind politician. When he started his career as a senator, he believed that roe V wade was improperly decided that life began at conception. He will change his position to fit the political times. So that's who he's always been. Number one, number two, is he said it during the campaign that he wanted to be the most progressive president ever. Joe Biden realizes that at 78 years old, he's not running for a second reelection. He's not going to get a ton done. But he needs to fulfill this idea of becoming the most progressive president ever. One of the first meetings that I write about that occurred in The White House is when he met with a bunch of liberal historians to figure out how to outdo FDR. And you think about the type of people that he's chosen already. Kamala Harris. He chose her not because of her qualifications or experience or because she was frankly even loved by her own party. He chose her because of the color of her skin and her gender. Actually, can I tell you what? He didn't choose her because of the color of his skin. He chose her because she identifies publicly as a black woman. I am darker than the vice president. So we are living in a time now where it's that political.

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Pearl Harbor: The Day of Infamy

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:40 min | 6 months ago

Pearl Harbor: The Day of Infamy

"Well, the summer 7th of course was Pearl Harbor, 1941. A day which will live in infamy. The man overseeing the base operations in Hawaii if I remember correctly his name is admiral husband. Husband Kimmel, my memory serves me right. Now it's this great metaphor, which is and it's actually tragic. He was a great guy. He just decided to go golfing on the wrong day. He went golfing on a beautiful Hawaiian morning and next thing you know the pre emptive strike against the United States occurred, which basically sunk our entire Pacific fleet. Thousands of Americans died. And left us so geo politically and strategically vulnerable. In the hours and days that followed, there was fear that the Japanese would attack California next that amphibious ground amphibious invasion of the western part of the United States was imminent. America's reaction to Pearl Harbor showed us the type of country we were. We didn't tolerate it. Even FDR a left wing Democrat rallied the forces domestically and said, we are now going to go to war and we are going to win. Franklin Delano Roosevelt and cut 28. So today that will live in infamy. Play cut 28. Yesterday, the summer 7, 19, 41. A date which will live in infamy. The United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked. By naval air forces of the empire of France, as the moderate chief of the army and baby, I have directed an all measures be taken for the battle. Remember the character of the unsolved against us. I asked congressman clown a state of war between the United States and the Japanese empire. The speech is really good. And it said a lot about who we were as a nation, what we were willing to do to defend the homeland.

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Remembering FDR's 'Day of Infamy' Speech 80 Years After the Attack on Pearl Harbor

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:16 min | 6 months ago

Remembering FDR's 'Day of Infamy' Speech 80 Years After the Attack on Pearl Harbor

"But December 7th, after Pearl Harbor, the next day, Franklin Delano Roosevelt was in a armored limousine that was confiscated from the crime boss Al Capone. That was what he traveled in and they took him to Congress and he delivered an address. That address ought to be on the hearts and minds of every American today, and thanks to, well, audio tape, it is. Here's Franklin Delano Roosevelt, addressing Congress, the day after Pearl Harbor, this is from December 8th, 1941. Yesterday, December 7th, 1941, a date which will live in infamy. The United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked. By naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan. The United States was at peace with that nation and at the solicitation of Japan was still in conversation with its government and its emperor looking towards the maintenance of peace in the Pacific. The attack yesterday on the Hawaiian Islands has caused severe damage. To American naval and military forces, I regret to tell you that very many American lives have been lost. In addition American ships have been reported torpedoed on the high seas between San Francisco and Honolulu. As commander in chief of the army and navy, I have directed that all measures be taken for our defense, but always will our full nation. Remember the character of the onslaught against us. No matter how long it may take us, to overcome this premeditated invasion, the American people in their righteous might will win through to absolute victory. Thunderous ovation for Franklin Delano Roosevelt and those powerful words. I was ready to commentary by David hook stead over the daily caller who writes Japan gave us one hell of a black guy on that horrific morning, but America always gets up for a fight. Pearl Harbor was no different. As soon as we got up and dusted ourselves off, we whooped the living hell out of the Japanese empire all over the Pacific.

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GOP Leader McCarthy Spoke for More Than 8 Hours to Delay Passage of Spending Bill

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | 6 months ago

GOP Leader McCarthy Spoke for More Than 8 Hours to Delay Passage of Spending Bill

"Kevin McCarthy to his great credit gave the longest speech in house history yesterday. Trying to create the public media drum beat to try to have people start to actually care that the House of Representatives is about to embark on the most radical unprecedented? Public domestic spending agenda in the history of our country. Let's play cut 88 Kevin McCarthy. Nobody elected Joe Biden to be FDR. But AOC said I did, cut 88. It's no secret that this bill is too extreme, too costly. And too liberal. Just a few weeks ago, congresswoman Abigail spanberger said nobody elected Joe Biden to be FDR. AOC interrupts him and says, I did. That's that's what colleges create self centered individuals who are miserable. It went on last night where House Democrats started heckling Kevin McCarthy and saying I can't wait mister speaker and tells them not to lower their mask or they will get the fine play cut 98. After one party rule in Washington, the changed by executive order, I can wait mister speaker. They can finish their conversation. You can finish. No, you can finish. Don't lower your mask. You'll get fined. You're gonna get fined. I'm just warning you. Gentlemen will suspend. Kevin knows he's gonna be speaker next

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Joe Biden Appears to Sleep During COP26 Speech

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:06 min | 7 months ago

Joe Biden Appears to Sleep During COP26 Speech

"So let this be the moment that we answer history's call. Here in Glasgow, let this be the start of a decade of transformative action that preserves our planet and raises the quality of life for people everywhere. We can do this. We just have to make a choice to do it. Wow. Look at move over FDR. We have the new orator of the century. Forget four score and 7 years ago. Forget the only thing we have to fear. Now we got. This is the challenge of our lifestyle. The existential threat to human existence as we know. He's out. He sat down, he gave that speech, folded his arms and went to bed. They don't believe this. They don't even they don't believe. If they believe the climate change was such a end of the world, urgent crisis. Can you tell me why they'd fly gas guzzling private jets to Glasgow?

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Bret Baier's 'Rescue the Republic' Digs Deep Into Ulysses S. Grant's Legacy

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 7 months ago

Bret Baier's 'Rescue the Republic' Digs Deep Into Ulysses S. Grant's Legacy

"Ulysses S. Grant You know he was actually a not only a great general but a great president He really was There was a great book out on the topic now to rescue the republic Ulysses S. Grant the fragile union and the crisis of 1876 by Bret baier Brett how are you sir Hey Mark Thanks for having me on Well it's always a pleasure You write very very smart and very compelling books about history and so forth What caused you to write a book about Ulysses S. Grant I think he's one of the least understood presidents And yet one of the greatest presidents am I right I agree I mean and that's what I really found You know and we've talked before about the previous books I did about Eisenhower and Reagan and FDR Churchill installing and moments in history where I thought history they're kind of brushed it over or didn't focus on those moments That was the beginning middle and end of the Cold War And I was looking for another one of those historical kind of overshot something that wasn't that focused on And I looked at grant's presidency You know his 8 year presidency whenever you hear about it it is always about the difficulties and the petty corruption and scandals And there were some And there were people that grant trusted as a non politician who took advantage of them Make money But his most important role was really to win the peace After the Civil War and most importantly the process of reconstruction in the south to make sure it was successful And as you dig in here there are really consequential things that happen

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The History of US Presidential Transportation

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:21 min | 9 months ago

The History of US Presidential Transportation

"First us president of any sort to fly in an airplane was theodore roosevelt. It was rather short flight as airplanes at the time didn't have a very long range and it was probably one of the more dangerous. Flights ever attempted by president sitting or former come over after this short sightseeing flight. Us presidents didn't do any flying. It would be another thirty three years before an actual sitting. Us president would get on an airplane. The first airplane designated for presidential use was purchased in nineteen thirty three it was a douglas dolphin amphibious aircraft and it was operated by the us navy as there was no air force at the time. The co name. It was given was r d two. It could seat four passengers and there was a small sleeping compartment. The interior was custom made for presidential use with leather seats. It was stationed at the anacostia naval airbase in washington. Dc until nineteen thirty nine and during that time it was never once used by the president to be fair. Fdr was in a wheelchair and getting in and out of an airplane especially a small amphibious plane was probably something that he wasn't keen to do however he did eventually take a flight the very first airplane flight by a sitting. Us president took place on january. Eleventh nineteen forty-three when franklin roosevelt flew on. The dixie clipper was a commercial boeing. Three fourteen clipper which was operated by pan. Am he flew fifty five hundred miles to the casablanca conference in morocco to meet with winston churchill and charles de gaulle. The flight was done in three stages any flu rather than took a ship because it was considered safer than risking german u boats in the atlantic after the trip the army air force didn't want to rely on commercial airlines for presidential transportation. They proposed the president. Use a modified. C eighty seven liberator express heavy bomber. The plane was dubbed the guess where to when the secret service reviewed the safety record of the plane. They rejected it. For presidential use. The plane was used for carrying the first lady. Eleanor roosevelt however on a trip to latin america. But it never carried the president. The secret service then approved a douglas. C fifty four skymaster which was a transport plane used in the war. It was named the sacred cow ended. Had sleeping quarters are radiotelephone and a lift for getting roosevelt in and out of the plane in his wheelchair. The only time you used it was to travel to the yalta conference in february of nineteen forty five. This plane is on display at the museum. At the wright patterson air force base outside dayton

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Ed Asner: Lou Grant and Up Actor Dies Aged 91

The Howie Carr Show

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Ed Asner: Lou Grant and Up Actor Dies Aged 91

"News Television icon has died. Foxes RICH Dead, Ihsan reports Ed Asner won more Emmys in his decades long career than any other male actor. His biggest claim to fame was his Lou Grant on the Mary Tyler Moore Show in the seventies. You know what? You got spunk? Well, I hate spunk in 1977. He was given his own Lou Grant spinoff show. Are you going to tell me that you have any doubts at all? Is somebody with my experience can't hold down a job in your city room. The younger generation might recognize Asner as the voice of the main character in the Academy Award winning cartoon film up That's nice kids. He had a renowned career on stage, even playing FDR and one man show in 2001 Ed Asner receive The screen Actors Guild

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Why Are Jews the Most Enthusiastic Group About Deconstruction?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:37 min | 10 months ago

Why Are Jews the Most Enthusiastic Group About Deconstruction?

"You tell me though that in a religious tradition which has such an emphasis on things that are passed down undoing customs and meals and even names that existed thousands of years before. Why is it that that group seems at times we most enthusiastic about deconstruction charlie. You're getting one of my biggest pet peeves nov life. I would say. I have been frustrated by this question for virtually since high school i. I identified as someone right of center. Broadly speaking i in like seventh and eighth grade a. basically since high school. I've just been utterly baffled by this. I mean obviously like immense amount of ink has been spilled on this very quiet and lots of books have been written about the look the short answer that i can give. Is that most american jews today. you know we're in the twenty one are frankly a hundred years no more than one hundred twenty eight hundred twenty five years removed from their ancestors from the great ellis island immigration wave right Meeting speak personally here. I mean You know my My grandparents mostly came then immigration wave They grew up in those traditional like low. Recite tenements in new york city My grandfather my father side was an immigrant from poland. Kind of work. The graveyard shift overnight six days a week in deep in the heart of brooklyn so there was this scrappy kind of working class mentality. That kind of Naturally inured itself kind of fdr style. Welfare-state liberalism i guess. You would say i. And i think just kind of subsequent generations of jews especially obviously the less orthodox the less religious just imbibed. This like it was mother's

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"fdr" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

The Dr. Susan Block Show

04:26 min | 10 months ago

"fdr" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

"I don't wanna give somebody it's about us who we. Yeah what are you choose. What what is the way you choose. You wanna be what. What do you wanna do. Yeah stan was angry. He didn't have an atomic bomb. Says unlikely layer. We're having a whole conversation with unlikely. Layer here yeah. He was but then he got it. I mean eventually and now look where we are. Brothers and sisters. Love is and senna's are building up our nuclear arsenal. We are ammo. Sexual nuke sloven kuku birds and we got billionaire dicks in space. Oh yeah by the way. If you want to post a comment go right ahead or you can call us at six. Two six four six one five nine five zero and we're talking about sex and politics and horsepower literally and figuratively styling. Didn't get to know exactly. that's true. Who sent who saying that. Lily lillies correct. I'm glad because i was gonna say that lily but you beat me to turn. I like it pussy war yes. She's good. Truman was kind of an asshole. Fdr had his bad qualities but he had very strong good qualities. Truman had mostly bad in my opinion. Especially when you compare them with the other guy that was vice president to fdr just before. He ran for the last time that wallace guy who's kind of a socialist and then truman gets in there and he made hats and i like hats but still ooh drop in that bomb so unnecessarily. The japanese were willing to surrender. The russians had them cornered. You didn't want to give the russians any credit did you harry. I don't mean prince. Harry harry s truman. It's not a true man. No you're falsehood peddling haberdasher. You made people think that you did that to bring the boys home safely. They could've come home. The japanese were ready to surrender. They just wanted their emperor to be okay and he was okay. You didn't have a problem with that. 'cause you're all fellow fascist you just were afraid of the socialists. You are afraid of the russians and the chinese to his that was brewing down below your allies. The allies against fascism u. s. just pretended to be against fascism for the sake of appearances and to control the assets of the world. Oh yeah the the minerals and we're running out of all of that stuff and we got all these strange people that are trying to run. Our lights unlikely. There has written a romantic note romance. He writes. I love your exploration of point of view and factual standing. Very okay as we say here in bonneville was he talking about romantic was he talking about. Yes sure he was talking about you. Are you pan sexual unlikely there. We don't actually know of unlikely. Layer is male or female. I don't know why assume these people that aren't clearly female are now. That's because i was born a longtime ago when the pronoun he was regularly used as a default and so i still default to the mail. But i enjoy being a girl So.

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"fdr" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

The Dr. Susan Block Show

03:57 min | 10 months ago

"fdr" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

"The daughter of guide. Married a vietnamese woman right anyways is great and she is great. Hey dan so this is a show about sex and how it's better than violence basically to sheer fucker share because they're both these compelling things that we try to control and i'm not saying we shouldn't try to control sex to some degree we should but we should try to control violence to a greater degree than we try to control sex and it's quite the opposite in human society civilization basically yes since the dawn of farming which is civilization and farming and civilization and technology or killing us. I mean i'm not saying we shouldn't keep some of it after all. I want to keep my glasses. Otherwise i can't see everybody has something. Oh wow i sometimes watch this guy. Apologizing to vietnam is like apologizing to germany. unlikely layer says no. I don't know about apologizing. Germany i mean i guess yeah i mean let's put it this way. Yes we did overdo it. Yes you're right. you know. United states overdid the bombing of germany and dresden and these wonderful cities of civilians should not have been bombed. We human apes. Did that all of us. It's all corrupt. It's pretty bad except there so you were quite as innocent as coaching. I have a soft spot for ho chi. Minh that's cool. I like him too. But as like mild say tongue is i like a lot of american president. But they're all killing people. Yeah yeah but socialist and saturday. I actually got a little bit of a sympathy for stalin. Believe it or not. When i was reading about the dropping of the atomic bomb because he was trying to negotiate and work with fdr and churchill and then fdr died. He actually did work pretty well with and he actually did defeat the nazis. He just was terrible murderous dictator. I mean i'm not defending sallow except every human being and he was a human being you know has some good qualities. His good quality was he stopped. Dot says it half the come down to how many each side killed in which they talk about. I wouldn't know that. I'm not a numbers person. I wouldn't know either. That's why i was asking. Maybe somebody knows yes in regards to bombing cities like dresden. I agree with that. I think we do show an apology for that. But it's not quite as big an apology. It's complicated and you know what i do agree with you. Unlikely layer that the us went into world. War two so-called good war for good or four very mercenary commercial resource to protect economic reasons. Yes oh so. That's why they dropped that bomb because they wanted to show that america is Deadly stuff and you'd better than your doors to capitalism chateau america sharp troops. It was pretty shocking. Nancy awful not awe-inspiring..

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"fdr" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

The Dr. Susan Block Show

08:13 min | 11 months ago

"fdr" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

"Oil. Those are fancy lord. Those are very nice. I know what you mean cultivated. It was our drug dealer. I got it just from people just know. We had there a bicycle by drug dealer. Who would come in every day with a briefcase and the have all the drugs that did hash balls marijuana to heroin speed you know. wow yeah. Every night he come by. I wasn't in it as other drugs. Just those parties. So i shall max you on your own actually. I was invited to those parties which parties for heroin parties going on in asia and all the time. Oh yes sure. Nasa's should try at once to. I tried it by accident. Somebody put heroin in my marijuana pipe actually hash. They don't have marijuana there so much. It's hash and i smoked it by accident. And i got incredibly sick and then this girl who taught me how to retiro so i can't hate or completely she says. Oh you must be reacting. Because i sprinkled some heroin in your hash pipe. Paul rosalyn was her name rosalyn. She's earth because she did too many things like that. Michael careless says they have fought invaders for thousand years. Oh yeah they're fierce fighters. Fierce warriors really klepto g says osama bin laden was the leader of the muhahedeen. And you guys who women you guys who not me. I'm a peace nick. I've been against all the wars including when jimmy carter armed him. I loved jimmy carter. Well no maybe not love. But i like him better than most. Us presidents. He's kind of like fdr this show is named after fdr fdr had his faults too. The way he treated the japanese and black people and lots of people native americans so carter he messed up with the mohawk had been he armed them and then reagan of course really arm them. He went crazy. He loved osama bin laden. Run dragon ronald reagan to was trying to defeat communism. So of course anything is okay when the end is so important not not not. Not because you know what. We should've just let the soviets go in there and lose just like everybody loses in afghanistan. See we didn't know our history didn't look at what happened. Like michael careless says. Thousands of years in have been disrupted and trying to do that before the soviets the english english. Okay so klepto. The afghanistan you visited is so different from what exists now. Yes i guess. It is klepto chee. I am sorry about that i i guess it's but i i don't know i think it could get back to what it was after all. It wasn't like i visited place. That was super civilized. The beauty of it was in the nature. And yeah the buddha's aren't there anymore. And yeah kabul was kind of a cool place and there's gonna be billions of dollars now in investment into that country stripe. Somebody's gonna make a lot of money. I'll hopefully the people of afghanistan. yes hopefully hope name but it is their destiny now certainly not Never been our destiny to do. This sill mac mhic. Avery gave us a hug award on. That's very bonobo. i'd just felt something and i. Yeah know whether it was having a heart attack or somebody was hugging me Somebody was hanging you behind. I felt thank you. We appreciate that mac Who else is here. Comments tonight jack. Slee pro bonobo. Yes okay cove. Twenty one hundred if we can just bomb everyone. We can celebrate america and destroy the world is that like a gen z. Sense of humor. Or what say that again. We bomb everybody than we don't need anybody that does sound. You're right dr z. Disowned does have a gen. z sentiment of like F- everybody else has a little suspicious too. Although i have to say my baby boom generation. We're so good at protesting. The war in vietnam weren't we. Oh yeah we were great. Then go on to prosecute with kicked friends out of the house. They don't wars pro-war that's it. I lost so many friends then. They became friends again. And then of course the baby boomer's brought us donald trump. i guess he's kind of wasn't immerse older than a baby boomers raising. It wasn't a mercenary army. It was a citizen army. God much easier to to stop. Because everybody's kids will get the okay. So i got read worth the god particle sets good. The president lied to congress. He has blood on his hands. Yeah now is he. Talking about bush all of them. They all got blood. But you know what. I'm gonna say this about congress. They knew they're not idiots. Everybody knew that. Saddam did not have weapons of mass destruction. Everybody in you. So you and i have no security clearance. So the god particle goes on now. America leaves the afghans in the middle of the battle. The afghans are being slaughtered like pigs right now as we speak okay. So here's what we should be doing. We should be leaving and we should be helping our people in afghanistan to leave to with us. And the putting them in guam or miami wherever we're going to spread them around. We should be getting them out of there because that is really wrong for us to leave and then leave. Our translators leave women that have depended on us for their freedom so yeah we should definitely be providing a way for our allies for translators for women to leave and go to say havens and refers that we owe that country. I mean the people that have helped anyway and even some young guys where it's been waiting for years to get some kind of visa talk about asylum. All these people that aren't taliban should be able to get asylum. They should be able to get it in america. We should help them come over here. I was taliban i would do. Because we're going to save some money on bombs. Guys are buying bombs.

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"fdr" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

01:36 min | 11 months ago

"fdr" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

"My pleasure. This day in esoteric political history is a proud member of radio topi from p. r. x. A network of independent listener supported artists owned. Podcasts are researcher and producer. Is jacob feldman. Our producer is brittany brown. You can get in touch with us with any questions or comments or ideas for the show. Mls this they pod at gmail dot com or you can find a form at this day pod dot com. My name is jody again. Thanks.

"fdr" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

07:48 min | 11 months ago

"fdr" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

"July eleventh nineteen forty president franklin delano roosevelt face is faced with a big decision and he has a long conversation with supreme court justice felix frankfurter now two things right off the bat about this number one felix frankfurter great name. Put it on that list of great name. I hope some listener out there. Keeping that list at number two is what was. Fdr's big decision while it was whether to run for a third term. Fdr would of course do that and win and then run for a fourth term and win and then they amended the constitution. And said you can only serve two terms but let's stay in this moment. Fdr's decision to run again and why this conversation with felix frankfurter convinced him that he could and should so here to do that are as always nicole. Ham of columbia and kelly carter jackson wellesley. Hello there hello jody. hey there So nikki do you want to just start off with basically setting out that. I think we should probably establish for that that at this moment in time a president only shirts for two terms thing was more of a precedent than anything. It's a seems to be one of these classic norm instead of a law. Kind of situations right. That always works out so well. Yes we knew that because A couple of presidents before Roosevelt's had before. Franklin roosevelt had tried to do this one was ulysses s grant didn't succeed in getting Nominated and then one was teddy roosevelt. Who also didn't succeed in getting nominated but he ran as a third party candidate Actually came in second. So americans weren't too turned off by the idea of a roosevelt. At least running for a third term And so as franklin roosevelt is contemplating this he sits down in the study off of the oval office with a supreme court justice felix frankfurter and asks him basically. They talked for two hours about. Is this something that i can actually do. Is this constitutionally sound and look at fdr with someone who had if you run into his supreme court. He wanted to make sure that he was on solid. Ground going into this legally Before he pursued the nomination and correct me. If i'm wrong but it does feel like a lot of the sort of conventional wisdom or whatever about. Oh you should only one for drums. Comes from george washington who i think kind of famously said i'll i'm i'm gonna not run again and i'm going to step down to two terms that i would just say incidentally over the course of doing this show. I've started to come to this notion that george washington does a lot of very noble things but also likes to let people know that he's doing and this seemed like one of those moments where he made a big show and broccolis he felt for the security of democracy of the new democracy that he would only serve two terms but to be fair. George washington didn't really want be like and he made that very clear and so his decision to not run for a third term was in large part motivated from the fact that he didn't really want to be president. So i think that sort of you know sort of have its own space. But i think it's very clear that. Fdr wants to be president and is trying to find people. Highly effective people like court justice that can affirm his decision to to run an so that he knows that he has support so basically fdr's smacking to stick his neck out unless he knows that he will be protected in his attempt to run and that support is really necessary precisely because of that. George washington precedent because it wasn't just that washington left after two terms and that became the standard. It became part of the mythology around american democracy. That a leader would willingly give up power. and so. that's what each successive president did. After serving a second term was even though there wasn't any law there he willingly gave up power and that reaffirmed this idea of a kind of limit to democracy in a kind of of selflessness and statesmanship that was so foundational and in fact when teddy. Roosevelt violates that idea by running for a third term in nineteen twelve. He he's shot. The the person who tries to assassinate teddy roosevelt does so because they i mean for a lot of reasons but in says that they do so because he's running a third term in threatening american democracy. Incidentally i'll point out that even when there is a laws there is now we see that sometimes there isn't that sort of willingness to give up power And and even laws themselves can get tested by president who wants to hold onto power. That's another show more. Recent history back to nineteen forty You know. I think that there's this bigger question that seems to be swirling around here of why roosevelt wanted to run again. How much he had made up his mind and was looking for cover. And i don't know maybe i'm in a cynical mood to already sort of talked about george washington but it's part of the reading. This story feels like here's a guy who wants to run again. And he's yanking in the supreme court justice to give him cover for a decision that he's already made though. I do also gather that maybe there is a little bit more nuance about whether and why. Fdr fell call to extend his term. Yeah if i could give a more optimistic angle. I would say that we have to remember the country still in the depression lie then. The country is still fighting for its economic stability in the thirties. It's really were to that sort of pulls us out of this. But then we're on the precipice of that by nineteen forty and so in terms of the united states entering the war. And i think. Fdr also says to himself. I can't leave the country on the brink of war or on the precipice on the beginnings of war and so and so he feels that his leadership is a vital to getting america fully out of this depression and also leading america through this war with europe that becomes over to nazi germany and so forth and so on. Yeah i think the war is a big part of it and so is domestic politics. So the republican party in one thousand nine hundred forty is deciding between robert. Taft and wendell willkie bookies darkhorse but And tapped seemed like he was in a good position to become the nominee and he was somebody who were you could call him an isolationist you could call him a non interventionist but he was somebody who was probably going to withdraw the us. Even more and roosevelt had been pushing further and further into helping out the countries that would become the allies. And so there's a sense not only that the us is endanger and that the world stage is incredibly unstable but roosevelt has a self conception that you know if the other guy wins. The us is going to be in much more danger. The world is going to be much more payroll and so he has to run again in order to keep the country in the world safe. Yeah a political and moral obligation to run. So what do you make of that rationale. Because i think that when i think of fdr shortly his first two terms. I think of as really someone who's writing the ship domestically And so now you know to hinge this pressing need to run for third term on a foreign threat I guess the question is was. He really the best person for the job to handle a growing threat. I mean. I don't think we know the answer to that and i'm thinking no because if other republican leaders have this isolationist stance they're not going to want to engage. I don't think that there was anyone in the democratic party. Other than maybe his vice president. John nance garner saw himself as a potential successor. Saw himself with the ability to say okay. This is my moment..

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"fdr" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

The Dr. Susan Block Show

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"fdr" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

"I they're a little bit and reddit tonight. I wanna say hello everyone and colleagues. Hello everyone in colleagues their vote over okay so When here tonight and you're seeing to fdr radio which stands for fuck rich nicely with nazi lube and helped him give money and educate them that they don't pay enough taxes the mob and are going to come to their front door and get angry and you know you. Can't you made all this money on the back of a lot of people but you don't wanna give him any healthcare. You wanna give him any. You don't want to give them anything. He just want to keep everything for yourself so that you can buy the latest iphone with diamonds sonnet. Shame on you anyway. I'm here tonight with my My train crew. We're on a train by the way few. That's the noise here. We have a railroad right outside the studio. There's a train station that we're actually on the train right. Dr suzie. Right comrade max. I mean colleague..

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"fdr" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

The Dr. Susan Block Show

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"fdr" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

"Because i just any. Here's me scream. She doesn't here you go. Here's me you guys are lucky to be here on the first night of our return to fucking you in the year. Yup adams gazprom's so we we. We've been doing this a long long fucking time. She's been doing it since the seventies i've been doing this since the seventies i've been arrested twenty-three fucking ties for magazines. I've been through all this kinda shit and it's all cool volvo nice right that's okay But don't I'm about as americans you can get. Don't tread on me right and don't be telling me you don't have money. Give people to live and for medicare for all and for basic stuff in the richest country in the world when you are starting a space sparse. I mean force and calling it the guardians. What guardians of the galaxy note. You know that's the name of the soldiers of the in a handmaid's tale and you wonder did pence know this. I mean pensive. Such a theocratic. No but they they have advisers. Who are saying you have to be more culturally standing history society that live in by the way you know. I'm going on abbie martin's show with her brother robbie martin who been corresponding with a little bit and You like him better than me. Or what was intellectually exchanging here. I thought i would invite you on with me. Of course he's great. He's great about her. You like her sure. Yeah see. let's see see. I don't want to say that. I might have the resigned. We had her on the show a couple years ago it was before trump she was a radical and wrong and smart. Walk you and sexy. I know lady and she loved my snake either. Yeah so we're going to talk. Among other things about the censorship sexuality stay place the internet everywhere everywhere everywhere in terms of You know our show being censored on youtube and facebook all the time and and in terms of pornhub having to have all this rigmarole now because somebody uploaded some Underage have twin..

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"fdr" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

The Dr. Susan Block Show

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"fdr" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

"I guess the point is there shouldn't be just like a handful of people with half the resources of the world in their hands or vaccine. Well all of it the vaccine. Yeah sure but that's only you know the tip of the iceberg of what this handful of very fucked up people who need to get fucked. Are there there this stuff like this is like a fucking ship. That's sitting off of yemen somewhere and it's been sitting there for like forty years and this forty million dollars worth of oil. It will take twenty million dollars in order to unload that oil safely because the ship is about to sink. And then today i get a thing they send me. What is the stuff they send you. An emails span about this guy is buying a fifty million dollar yacht fifty an essay. Who the fuck is this aso. There's not enough. Return is not. They don't want to put twenty million just to get forty million back well. So that's why capitalism. We need a little socialism. I'm a communist. You know. Communism socialism words. You know and they have all this weight that yeah. I'm actually monarchists. And the king of sweden said today or yesterday he said we have completely completely failed protecting our people. Yeah yeah well you know monarchy nice. Hey isn't the bush Sort of father son That whole thing that those are like a monarchy those are like royalty certainly the trump's acted like royalty i. I don't know loyalty is what it is. They should give up some of the money. They don't have to all go under the guillotine derwich right well depends notice. I said all right. Just maybe just no non non. I'm not into executing i'm bonobo. I know want to execute any bone. Just want to keep in prison for life suffering. Well not stuff then you have fun. Have some dominatrix is in there. Everybody can have fun and you know what i you know. That is not such a bad idea because a lot of these people these fucked up people. And i got criticized for this last week guest. Who flaked on me. That i was talking about the the death of george floyd as an act of sadism that there might have been a sexual element to that and i was there. I think there was sure and that may be but nobody else would say that guy derek. What's his name that killed. George floyd that executed him was jealous of him because he was a you know among many things. George floyd made a at least one porn movie and and a lot of people didn't wanna talk about that and i of course don't see that as a bad thing i see that as a hey. You're looking good. I had thought look gorgeous. And it you a good view of work at the same place at the same work. So i could imagine that derek would or whatever his name was get jealous of george in a big way and then find him under his knee and push because of his sadistic jealousy but the thing is did these to these two women who were clowns..

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"fdr" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

The Dr. Susan Block Show

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"fdr" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

"Yes sir liver and and he asked me if i was a christian a christian and i said yes so already. Here is a case fast. Conversion lying is a good idea. I usually believe in honesty but not always you have to live this and so he. It was like a miracle greeley like a christmas miracle. This this wealth fucked. Jewish girl tells this guy who's going to rape her because he was christian he was a christian arab which there are quite a few and he. He fell down to his knees and Like i was the virgin. Mary and he he was practically worshipping mean and to me. He said i didn't know you were a virgin and new york christian girl all. Oh i almost felt guilty. That i lied so much thought i was going with it. I'd had some acting training. Not not a lot but the english was his second language. So it worked and you know. I got to stay in the room and he left nail. Oh okay. that's cool. And he was very nice. Very nice yeah. The only i. I've never dealt with pakistanis have dealt with indians not indians american indians indians indian india. And are you going to say something stereotypical now. No no no just said. I'm gonna you know i don't know it's just something that always remember about indian indian from india. I was on a ship. Going to italy in. And i had just one was on the front page of the ships newspaper because i was rockin enrolling in danson and i guess that's the only award i ever got in life and they said that I was really good rock and roll dancer and the next day. I'm going to our cabin and indian stops me and this is just want to thank you for last night to is very nice and i would like to give you this. And he pulled out a pair socks as i would like to give you a pair of my socks. Okay i said oh well. Wow wow thank thank you so much i. I'm just moved and he says clean. I was going to ask if they were clean. You know so. I said okay. Okay and i went to my room with these socks. And that was my first encounter and i have never. It's always in my head. Ever everytime i put on my socks about this guy pushing a socks on me you. And we're his socks. He had worn them watch. Wow i dunno another like that. Sounds a little. Like a henry miller story. No no i mean okay. That's maxi stir. That is yeah. That's the truth amazing stuff. So we're worry. A little stoned and twitching started drinking shed. Okay here's what else is new dreer max's getting in his groove that anton and now i'm going to sing you a song that i just came to me as was walking to the beach the other day and i looked up. Yeah and i saw the moon. The moon and i started singing off moon.

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"fdr" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

The Dr. Susan Block Show

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"fdr" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

"But it was fun for me. Because i walked around and i saw these posters with my name on them. Nice one day. I'm going to hollywood. And get the big break. But you see we did have a kind of similarity guess in the sense that you are on stage in this theater called the arlecchino and i when i graduated from yale was working with a little theatre troupe. That was made up of yale. Lease townies in new haven and it was called new england comedia- and i played the part of arlecchino. Yeah i i not. Only that i work at arlecchino at the little theatre in genoa says city tagliani degen of Doubt keno case donqola. But i also worked at the state at the genoa state theatre ellinora duccio and work there and i was having an affair with one of it. Lease most noted famous Oh yeah she was wonderful. She was thirty five. I was sixteen. Wow ooh that would be very illegal now. Yes absolutely and in most people's minds immoral judge at the moment But tap you enjoyed yourself yes yet. Had to chew woz okay. You didn't have sex with that. I didn't. I always wanted to jump on the bed and have sex with us. Sets typical chihuahuas. Don't need dogs. We have a horn dog here. his name is chico. but we don't have sex with him. No no no we. Didn't he tries to get in between say no chico. No you have to do that with dogs. Dogs are very very friendly. Sex is an aspect of friendliness. But we'll get into that later. One thing i want to say about the arlecchino and me playing arlecchino is arlecchino. Was a character in committee adele architect and there's a lot of different characters. There's like pantalone. Who's the moneybags and there's ill doctor. Who is the The professor the very pompous kind of men of letters. And then there's columbine who i played later who's arlecchino girlfriend An arlecchino and columbine are both servants. They're working people. They're not the rich right right. A lot of the other characters are rich like the doctor and especially pantalone. He's usually a rich guy and one of arlecchino and co column beans jobs in a way in the committee. Del arte is to fdr after actually a ted meyer. Who's now Listening he says. Fdr for sure thought the rich baby ever since arlecchino away before you know. There has to be an uprising. There has to be something and it has to be fun. It has to be fun. That's how did you end up. Streaking on the yale campus. Oh you wanna get me naked. Yeah naked baby one of fraternity. Yeah well those things. That was a bad it was. I didn't come up with it. But i i was doing it a little bit with like my theater. Cohorts just running around naked at parties. Terrific tripping tripping on acid on lasette now owns at once. I did fall down into a pond to upon. Yes on an acid trip. This you know it was the thing and it's amazing. I survived but Yeah so everybody was streaking. And i don't think. I guess that guy david niven the guy that streak to cross the academy awards had made streaking. Famous david nevins said well. He's certainly showing his shortcomings. Okay yeah but in any case we were excited about it. I don't remember if we had any politics. I don't think so. I think we were just having wild You know undergraduate fun and you also doing radio. Yes you're as. I was striking. I did an interview on. Wabc m. yale newhaven your show with weird muse. I did. I played tibetan bells. And maha vishnu orchestra..

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"fdr" Discussed on Historical moments

Historical moments

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"fdr" Discussed on Historical moments

"We look forward to a world founded upon four essential human freedoms. The first is freedom of speech and expression everywhere in the world. The second is freedom of every person to worship god in his own way everywhere in the world. The third is freedom from want which translated in the world terms, means economic understandings which will secure to every nation a healthy peacetime life for its inhabitants everywhere in the world. The fourth is freedom from fear which translated in the world terms, means a world wide reduction of armaments to such a point and in such a thorough fashion that no nation will be in a position to commit an act of physical aggression against any neighbor anywhere in the world.

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"fdr" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"fdr" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"It was not 1/4 of all voters who did not vote for Hillary Clinton. But more importantly reason I say that I think that has a chance to be the most progressive president. Instants After the way I notice he's not interrupted FDR You mean the FDR? Who ran it up Japanese Americans. And put them in concentration camps. The FDR who directed the media not to report on the Holocaust that FDR so he's going to be the most progressive president since FDR Of course, FDR. And severe damage to this country to the courts to the constitution. To our economy. And many of the bad things that exist today. As a result of FDR, FDR used the FBI and the IRS against his political enemies. Look how they whitewash history. Running around pulling down. Monuments and by the way, not just of Confederate soldiers but saints. And founders. Now they desecrated a Reagan statute. But FDR Statues and strip untouched. Go ahead. Joe Barnes said to me, he said that publicly he understands the severity ofthe this moment. We have tens of millions of people who have lost their jobs lost their health care in this amazing The Democrats are the biggest push.

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"fdr" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"fdr" Discussed on WTVN

"Phone number that's the only thing we those were profound comments from FDR in the depths of the Great Depression and no that is not a panacea that's not Pollyanna I don't mean to make light of this at all but pay attention here yeah the news is bad we get that I don't think you're surprised by anything that I've said so far today on the program we know that people are losing their jobs we know that companies are suffering with loss of revenue and business and that unemployment is rising that bankruptcies are growing in that cities and states are struggling we know that we get that there's no that's not a news isn't it but here's the thing Tom is taking the current storm and he's extrapolating it into what we call the world of behavioral finance reduction to the ridiculous know what Tom said this has happened before but this time we will not recover Tom that's absurd of course we're going to recover we're going to recover as soon as we all develop immunity which you get from either being infected or by getting a vaccine all of that is coming before the end of the year according to the medical experts of course we're going to recover there was just a horrific tornado in the middle of this country this week are you suggesting that those communities are never going to rebuild that they're never going to recover we have natural disasters all the time their help rific they're horrible but we recover we have financial crises periodically throughout our history they're terrible to go through but we recover we have to make sure we aren't letting our emotions and our imaginations get the better of us the government came to the rescue yet again this week another five hundred billion dollars in more stimulus they call it an interim emergency bill meaning they're already working on the next one the government already created the carers act with two point two trillion last month five hundred billion now and they're going to be providing trillions more to tide us over to allow the country that time it means to rebuild economically let's not get carried away your investments are not gonna fall to zero and stays zero your life is not going to be over as you know what we are going to survive this the only thing we need to do is make sure that we don't scare ourselves to death and frankly that is what's happening the CDC has just announced that there's been a massive increase in the number of phone calls to poison control centers people are so fearful of getting the virus checker so that they're cleaning their homes sold thoroughly that they're actually getting sick from the bleach and disinfectants I'm a ham sanitizers here's a message from the C. B. say don't drink the hand sanitizer who want earth would trigger hand sanitizer well you know who children under the age of five do you realize that by trying so hard to keep your house clean your creating an environment of toxicity so the CDC says read and follow the directions on the label don't mix products wear gloves and glasses when using the products make sure there's adequate ventilation and please please please store the products out of the reach of children we must not allow our fear to be what does awesome stick with us we will get through this.

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"fdr" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

12:29 min | 2 years ago

"fdr" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"FDR and before FDR have been accused by the Congress of abuse of power of one type or another abuse of power like **** is in the eye of the beholder the Democrat everything that that Clinton dead and Barack Hussein Obama did was was fine it was great in fact you may recall when the attack took place on Libya that the Nancy Pelosi was asked by many reporters many times should it come to the Congress to seek permission and Nancy Pelosi said and and of course Hillary Clinton said the military attack on on Muammar Qaddafi's Libya was parted could part part of presidential privilege conducting foreign policy then have to come to the Congress that didn't apply the whatsoever the drop in so what's good for the goose is not good for the Gander how's it possible that the Obama use the same behavior the trump is employed and some out Democrats find one except the one the other one not it's called politics abuse of power if that's the standard that every president from now on will be impeached by the other party and secondly of obstruction of Congress means I want the judicial system to determine whether the subpoenas are valid or not the president supplied over ninety percent willingly the witnesses requested by the Congress in the last three years one of which I was under way he said no that's executive privilege litigated the president said repeatedly if I lose in the courts I will comply but the the Democrats did not want to go to the court system is the referee when one wants a judge or a lawyer through a legal system to determine whether or not the subpoena is valid or not that is not obstruction that's called separation of power and so this is the flames yes most read list articles ever introduced by any political party and Nancy Pelosi had a ride in March was she said we're not gonna peach trump unless the evidence is by putting it lets the evidence is overwhelming irrefutable and bipartisan and as you know not one Republican in the house and I predict not one Republican and Republican in the Senate will vote to impeach and then remove him from office so it's not bi partisan is not clear it is not irrefutable it is refuted ball it is partisan and it's a joke one of the best comments was made my my friend Greg Gutfeld who said the impeachment talk dams put on a wedding dress on a sack of dog **** and rolled it down the aisle one of the best comments made let's get your reaction coming up in about about an hour so we'll be doctor Gerald Romero there's a new book out about socialism a what's going to happen should the Democrats when the media won't talk about the results of socialism and the seizing of oil companies nationalizing natural gas companies like Duke also coal companies there was a column in The New York Times yesterday about coal country which not just includes West Virginia Ohio Tennessee Kentucky but also Wyoming and it would devastate a Democrat winning the White House what does because gasoline prices a double or triple it would it would cripple the stock market take over the insurance companies get rid of all the hospitals the doctors the nurses of pharmaceutical companies put them all under governmental control free medical care for everyone every human being in the country legally right lead or leave illegally and whether they paid any premiums or not the reason that you pay is a family five thousand dollars a month for family coverage maybe a five or seven thousand dollar deductible you're paying for yourself but also for illegal immigrants in this country you've paid nothing so think of the devastation that what happened in America if Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren or any of the Democrats won the presidency and actually did what they said they would do that would take away two to ten million jobs immediately and crash the stock market making all the pensions of public employees and teamster members cut in half are you willing to take that risk I think not let's continue right down the line we'll go to Dick JD Dave and then Robert Mitchell Joe and then Jim JD and Amanda JD welcome to the bill Cunningham show JD how are you I'm doing great but get better thanks for having your back belly have a great night to be an American are you got it and nice to be with Columbus day of following me I hope uses of president I hope you can give me some time this is a president whose campaign was fired on by the FBI file no evidence of anyone in themselves colluding with the Russian twenty two month investigation by The New York reports who stated that he at no time in trump's campaign did any other people collude with a foreign government president elect that the dems tried to convince the electoral college if you remember not to bow to cruise to certify his election candidate warm and I believe Stein try to get a recount and did I think in Wisconsin and PA admission to cry and then beat him there to no avail to defeat him then the FBI called me said FBI agents to it interview general pulling in with and laughing about how they did it and they did not advise him that he needed a lawyer and then the F. B. I. agents said he didn't know why but they still charge this F. B. I. easy F. B. I. agents and and call me oz charge him or put in with the rain to the to the F. B. I.'s and and within ten days of the president being in his office his phone calls **** to the president of Mexico and the rise of Australia were released to the New York times they should have been a wake up call to the creation of the holdovers of the Obama administration that day the president I thought the day of the president trump the migration when demonstrators were all over the country at the left and the dams to impeach him digital yeah president you know gets a Hundred Days how good will to implement policies this president got seventeen minutes after his job after his inauguration speech they were trying to impeach this man in this way would you agree with me that the Democratic Party new media engaged in vicious conspiratorial acts of sabotage they sabotage the trump presidency from beginning with subpoenas request for documents lawsuits tying him down completely and capable of using foreign policy legs from the get go they sabotage the presidency and even in spite of that look at his successes all writing care much for the election of Obama nor Clinton Bill Clinton but when they were elected I submit it I said okay they want let's give a chance to see what occurs but Democrats don't do that they sabotage their seven tors of the American way of life because it doesn't fit their socialist ideal sabotage began and it hasn't stopped through tonight improvement we I do get to see are you a call me Brandon clapper are you to overthrow him and according our governments will lose you in check hello June ship for two one half years adept at doing preacher and lies by ship and newer investigating the smoking gun up isn't dot com movie with the Russians during the meal report how about Adam Schiff taken that call from to pranksters in the Ukraine claiming they had naked photos of drop and then ship working with Ukrainians the good third on trump does not qualify as an impeachable offense for chef she was the one on the air being pranked wanting photos of trump naked to use against them then it didn't essentially the Ukrainians work with the DNC are hurt the trump candidacy the answer is yes and then ship work with Ukrainians to get third on drums absolutely so all trying trying to do is negotiate whether or not there was crime committed in the Ukraine why hunter Biden which is is damn job as the president add bit after the president released a transcript of this call to the Ukrainian president read the transcripts of the called out like a fairy tale hello you do me a favor he didn't say do me a favor he said do us a favor what's his United States of America in nineteen ninety two there was a treaty signed between Ukraine in America that if Americans commit crimes there you crannies commit crime here that the Tuesday two nations will work together to ferret out criminal activity it's trump's job to do that and all he said to to Zelinsky was help us find whether or not there was crime committed by hunter Biden the fact your name is buying that mean you're exempt from criminal prosecution when you commit crime he had every right by the treaty do exactly what he meant it the president in seventeen eighteen and nineteen seven guns and butter to the Ukrainians all Bob I sent am our eyes and blankets and he didn't even deliver them to the Ukraine he delivered them to Poland to be transported to you quite who was more concerned were not with our allies three pleasant drop or bomber JD I'm gonna have Peters wise you're on either next under the Sunday after he wrote a column on Friday or Saturday in the New York Post that lays out the five members of the Biden family that literally made hundreds of millions of dollars so many trying to get dirt on hunter Biden Joe Biden why worry about if there's no dirt there the Democrats know that up that's investigated just a little bit it's going to become obvious the bidens committed serious felonies in Ukraine and Russia and Italy they have monetize the vice presidency much like the Clintons monetize the Clinton foundation and the Obamas monetize the presidency it's what Democrats do is monetized progressive policies and leave office rich how does Maxine waters after thirty years in the Congress now she's worth north of twenty five million dollars how is that possible house Nancy Pelosi worth fifty million avidin monetize their office in fact the Democrats did exactly what the accused trump of doing that he didn't do Iraq could get when the dams right but no longer run Crimea and invade Ukraine now these warmonger Democrats protection are protectors of the constitution until we assassinated that bar bearing in general as they say it fascinated it was so Blakely preposterous the scene hello Sir hello see the wicked witch and seven democratic committee chairman the seven doors to waive the constitution that the American people what you say and I say they were all from states and districts away you federal immigration immigration laws I eat sanctuary cities now a perturbation same as what started the civil war between the north and south has the natural mixed media explain to the American people to their viewers no ninety percent negative president trump why Congress and nationally in my opinion why Congress and the national news media as a hi Judy radio that a used car salesman I gotta run let me ask you okay are you ready to answer some quick questions what's Danish Chuck Schumer from I think it's a great state of New York what state is and you'll see from are the great state of New York what state is Jerry Nadler from are they are what state is a keen Jeffries from New York what state is Carolyn Maloney from New York New York what state is Matt Matt Maxine waters from are the sunshine state's California about Nancy Pelosi California about Adam Schiff California now I ask you a question what states are sanctuary states that refuse to follow federal law and the constitution the too.

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"fdr" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"fdr" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Leaders in the African American community and progressives inside and outside the Democratic Party Roosevelt, led a transformation of the American government, and the American economy. Like today, the quest transformative change was opposed by big business by Wall Street by the political establishment by the Republican party, and by the conservative wing of FDR's own Democratic Party, and he faced the same scare tactics. Then that we experienced today, red baiting, xenophobia, racism. Anti-semitism. In a famous nineteen thirty six campaign speech, Roosevelt stated, and I quote, we had to struggle with the old enemies of peace. This listen, financial monopoly speculation, reckless banking class in Tigers them sexual war profiteering. They had begun to consider the government of the United States as a near appendage to their own of this. We know now that government by organize money is just as dangerous as government by organized mob. And Roosevelt concluded. And I, quote never before in all our history, have these forces been so United against one candidate as they stand today. They are you not amiss in their hate for me. And I welcome their hatred..

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"fdr" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"fdr" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"But that in general. Team globally. These are not the worst often. They shouldn't be the primary focus is that is that right? They should be the primary focus in so far as their important voters, and they have a legitimate complaint in in a world where it may be true that some of the global poor are getting out of poverty, but the main affect is that the richer winning. And it's totally fair for them to wonder whether they shouldn't get, you know, a greater share of the national incomer, the global income or whether it it's really the price of global Justice that the rich come out unfailingly on top. So I don't think it is. I think we can imagine an alternative in which we would engage in some old fashioned redistribution both from the global north to the global south and from the rich to the rich in every society. You know, it was the case that. Liberals believed in strong government that redistributed and in a way, you know, at scandalous to even think at but FDR is really the great progenitor of Donald Trump in American politics, as as the, you know, the politician the of the white male working class. And so if if we I'd allies FDR, we have to, you know, take a second look at Trump because he speaking for some people who at a minimum needs some love for strategic reason, it wasn't the Bolivia MS for strategic reasons because if I understand you correctly, you're saying that it your view progressive foreign policy should be caused oriented towards Cava, cosmopolitan orientation, and that the ones that have been left out in the United States that Trump the core of the Trump voters, they need to be addressed primarily because we can deal with these larger questions, I think that's right. I mean, I think. You know, we should hold out for the win win where we can achieve growth. Remember, the greatest growth in many of these industrialized economies was at the time of a an interventionist welfare state, and we should hope that we can hold out for growth and for fair distribution, which would involve moderating the the wealth gap in the world and in various societies like the American ones. So I can imagine all of that. When I can't imagine you talked about redistribution, and that's hard in any society. It's hard enough to do in American society as it ever happened on a global basis, really. And and. And isn't the most you can hope for his from tappan from the poor to the rich many times. I'm talking about your talking about redistribution globally across countries from rich nations to poor nations. I just think about the climate change context. That's been what's holding everything up right for decades..

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"fdr" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"fdr" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"And that's when the the state of the union address was delivered by FDR, and in it, he laid out his idea for a second Bill of rights now how much traction did the get at the time. Well, I think I think we underestimate the traction because so many people have just forgotten it. But here's the thing. I start to solve this FDR had been running a series of polls. He got a national opinion research council at Princeton. I guess it was to run a series of polls to ask Americans. What they wanted at the end of the war. And what they wanted was thronged Lee speaking more new deal more specifically they wanted guaranteed education as far as a student could go they wanted national healthcare, by the way, eighty five percent of Americans wanted national forty four. They basically. Yeah. I mean, they wanted what we would think of as as the basics of a good life kinds of things that Americans did come to believe would transpire so Roselle knowing that imagine that he was going to put you know, he's going to put more own into the four freedoms. Instead of just the four freedoms speech the four freedoms of nineteen forty one which had to do with freedom of speech. Freedom of worship freedom from wanton from fear. He would lay it out and more detailed for. So he has he decides is going to advance the idea of an acting second Bill of rights and economic Bill of rights, which would do all of those things that Americans had told him in these surveys that they wanted. All right. Well, let's listen to this. This two minutes that that exists on video. It's FDR on his state of the union speech was nineteen forty four. It was seventy five years ago while how time flies here. We gotta take it away. FDR? And all day. Economic proof of accepted as self have this second Bill of rights. A new basis of security and prosperity and the established for all regardless of race creed. Among these are the right useful and Ramona rented job right loon in the romantic would food and floating recreation right of every Fava. Raise seven products at a return, which will give him and his family living. The right of every businessman law and small prayed is an atmosphere of freedom freedom from fat dominate by. Is at home or abroad. Right of every family to this home. The right to adequate medical care and the opportunity to achieve and enjoy health right to adequate. From the economic. Sickening actually fun. The right way. These rights spells curing. After this war is won re must be prepared floor in the implementation of the rights, new of human happiness and well-being. Lauren less. There is security home. Cannot be lasting peace in the woods..

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