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"ford carter" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"ford carter" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

"When i saw pictures of Those individuals on trading human beings the land for and I fully support what is happening right now. Which is a thorough investigation into exactly what is going on there. Yeah let's let's just hang the the border patrol guy in horse. We need to do complicated obama that now humility. How humiliating is so. The president united states tasks the vice-president with solving the border situation. The vice-president miss harris does absolutely nothing. Nothing would even go there all right instead goes to guatemala to find the root causes. The root causes are corruption and poverty and commerce has no clue on how to deal with any of that while she's in guatemala. The president of that country says to her. Hey it's your fault. all these people are going el. Norte is biden's fault. He's encouraging it. It's unbelievable but now ours. Ours supported investigation. I wanna find out no you. Don't you big phony. You couldn't care less about solving any problem in this country and neither does your boss. Now your boss is incapable. He can't do it all right because he's not got the mental faculties to do it. You madam are not in that boat. Us don't give a wit if you did you'd be down on that border every other week. 'cause you're in charge. This is just so infuriating to me and it's one of the reasons i'm going to put together. This biden special because this is far beyond incompetence afghanistan the border the three point five trillion the un speech where he's going to send hundreds of billions to third world nations so they can fight climate change. I mean this is just beyond belief. I've never seen anything like this. You know. I started with richard nixon in the white house covering politics not on a professional level but in college and then i worked my way through knicks. Ford carter reagan bush. The elder clinton bush. The younger almost forgot him. Obama trump and now joe biden. I will tell you. Even jimmy carter was light years ahead. In the administrative capacity than joe biden spannis lost go around and i talked to my liberal friends and all they say is he's better than trump. That's the last line the last mantra they hap but he's not better than trump if you look at the policies under trump as compared to the policies. Now if you look at the economics the national security the border every single one is.

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"ford carter" Discussed on Ground Zero Media

Ground Zero Media

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"ford carter" Discussed on Ground Zero Media

"And so anything from ten dollars to start to seventy three dollars a year and of course we have friends and family. Which is you and three other people for a hundred three ninety or so. Check it out. It's aftermath dot. fm and supports the show. We really appreciate those. Who support the show. Thank you so much so last night. I took the time to actually watch the harvest moon. It was beautiful and as i was glancing at it. I saw it at the corner of my eye. Something that i thought was unusual. It was brilliant brilliant light it was moving towards the moon and i thought that whatever it was it made the whole moon affair less beautiful more spooky. None not saying that. What i was seeing was flying saucer or an alien spaceship at it could have been. You know who knows. And then i thought yeah could be one of elon musk's toys anymore. You have to be careful not to be fooled by bright lights because they can be almost anything now in the sky is they're doing a lot of launches and see a lot of strange things spooky things appear in the sky. Witnesses have often been reluctant to report them for fear of mockery by others especially in the halls of government. These days fewer people are laughing. Ufo's and people who see them and identified flying objects unidentified aerial phenomena. That's what the government calls them but they have now been taken more seriously by. Us officials in recent years starting in two thousand seven with a small secretly funded program that investigated reports of military encounters. The program whose existence was first reported by the new york times in december twenty seventeen was revived by the defense department last summer as the unidentified aerial phenomena task force the department said that the task is mission was to detect analyze and catalog sightings of strange objects in the sky that could potentially pose a threat to the united states. National security service members were newly encouraged to speak up. They saw something with the idea. Being that removing the stigma behind reporting something weird would provide the authorities with a better idea of what was out there while it's been three months since the government filed their report about the u. a. ap ufo incursion. That was reported by our navy. The reports really gave us no idea what was going on. Because as usual the government's two faced and full of misleading answers when it comes to safety and wellbeing of people stories about strange phenomena continue and report suggests that these ufo sightings are increasing and yet the media has ignored them because the government is issued their statement. So the media's abandoned their interest in these matters in it's like the siding increase is happening but the media's put all of a citing stories on whole they used to be novelty now not so easily persuaded to put these stories on the air. The idea that aliens had frequented. Our planet has been circulated among ufologists since the post warriors when a polish integrate by the name of georgia danske claim to rendezvous with the race of kindly nordic looking venetians who were disturbed by the domestic interplanetary effects of nuclear bomb tests in the summer of nineteen forty seven. An alien spaceship was set to a crash near roswell new mexico conspiracy theories believe that vaguely anthropomorphic bodies had been recovered there in the crash debris had been entrusted to private military contractors. Who raced unlock and hardware. Before the russians could documents unearthed after the fall of the soviet union suggested that the anxiety about an arms race supercharge by alien technology wasn't mutual affair. All of this ufologist claimed had been covered up by majestic twelve which was a clandestine governmental organization that convened under executive order by president. Truman many many people who know ufo history of all this before and is crazy. It all sounds. This was our first attempts at disclosure and even though a relatively small crowd started listening there were plenty of scientists and skeptics. They're always here to say that nothing was there to be seen so most of these stories are just left a discernment now. We can say that for decades. Ufo alien stories have reached the point of folklore and urban legend. Hollywood hasn't helped either and there are a few newspapers news reporters at love to mock people. Who've been you've seen something in the sky but justice belong. There doesn't belong to anything here or in some respects. They're definitely a few people that are trivialize the subject saying well i don't believe in. Ufo's i wanted to bunk. Ufo's with thing is if you see something on identified to the sky. It's a ufo if you identify that it's not a ufo anymore so saying you don't believe in ufo's you should say as you should say. I don't believe that what i see in the sky that strange is being piloted by extraterrestrials. Be unrelenting denial of possible extraterrestrial alter terrestrial activity on this planet by the. Us government has precipitated and uninterrupted daleus. You've accusations acts of co intel pro and cover ups and other things and this contributes to conspiracy theories fringe speculations fo- scientists queries in a growing multitude of reports of unacknowledged encounters in abduction cases in addition the subjects. It's become so thoroughly inundated with obvious. Disinformation here's saying manufactured artifacts not only that but forged films hoax films videos of alien autopsies misunderstandings by the media missing information at added in applicable information again provided by the media and a myriad of other conflicting data which had made the subject hard to grasp for those who consider themselves. Skeptics are skeptical when you try to break through misinformation. Disinformation has always been wise to realize that no matter how smart you think you are if you are operating with erroneous ring complete information. You'll never uncover find solution any issue. So i find it so discouraging that there are certain individuals that tend to have a myopic view of what is around them and that they fear the idea of opening their minds to the new understanding of old ideas. There seems to be this willful ignorance that can be worn comfortably by individuals of different political and religious beliefs that contributes greatly to a dysfunctional and hypocritical society but the fight for truth continues and some people in places of power are giving subtle hints. That they know there's at least something to be said about alien interactions with human being. We go back in history. And we look at we look at presidents like truman or kennedy. Ford carter and reagan. They all told us every one of them told us that flying saucers were real. It.

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"ford carter" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"ford carter" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"The aircraft delivered in nineteen sixty two was given the number. Sim twenty six thousand. It was i used on november tenth. Nineteen sixty two to fly president kennedy to the funeral of former first lady. Eleanor roosevelt. sim twenty. Six thousand wasn't used from nineteen sixty two to nineteen ninety eight and served every president from kennedy to clinton although it wasn't always the primary plane this plane was made famous for being the location of linden johnson's inauguration and it was also involved in a fly over during president. Kennedy's funeral followed by fifty fighter. Jets sim twenty. Six thousand is currently on display at the wright patterson museum. Sim twenty seven. Thousand was another modified boeing seven seven which entered service in nineteen seventy two. When i say. I'm twenty seven thousand is put into service. The twenty six thousand became a secondary plane. The sim twenty. Seven thousand was dubbed the spirit of seventy six by richard nixon. Any headed painted on the nose. This was the plane. That famously took president nixon to china. When nixon resigned his resignation took effect when he was in the air over missouri. The pilot colonel. Ralph albertazzi changed the call sign of the aircraft. When the appointed time arrived by notifying kansas city. Air traffic control. That air force one was now. Sim twenty seven thousand. Because the president was not on board during the tenure of president ford. The plane was equipped with defensive systems for heat seeking missiles and he was also the first to start calling the plane itself. Air force one. Not just the call. Sign sim twenty. Seven thousand also served presidents. Ford carter reagan bush clinton and the other bush. It's last flight was on august. Twenty ninth two thousand one. When it flew president george w bush and his family to the ranch outside waco texas. Sim twenty seven. Thousand is now on display at the ronald reagan presidential museum in california in nineteen ninety. The current presidential planes were brought into service the boyne. Vc twenty-five is a modified. Military version of a boeing seven forty seven and there are currently two of them they have the codes. Sim twenty eight thousand and s. Am one thousand nine thousand. These planes have capabilities. That previous presidential aircraft lacked. They can refuel in flight. Which means they can basically fly indefinitely. They have enough communications equipment on board to run the entire military from the air. After the attacks on september eleventh they were upgraded. Such the president can do a live broadcast on board to the entire nation. All of the wiring aboard the aircraft are shielded to protect it from a nuclear electromagnetic pulse and there is twice as much cable as what is normally found a seven forty seven. Sim twenty eight thousand twenty. Nine thousand are probably the most sophisticated aircraft in the world from a communications perspective. The current planes have sleeping quarters for the presidential family and other members of the presidential staff as well as a seating section for members of the press. They're is four thousand square feet of space available on.

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"ford carter" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

08:59 min | 1 year ago

"ford carter" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"That foretold i mean. I'm assuming that this was the thread that you are linking to everything that you were doing with your storytelling. There is you foretold. Much of what it is that came in the next twenty years by isolating the loneliness of how cubans or haitians feel with a problem. That america large does not feel as their problem. The miami bubble. That's what we call. We all live in. And it's not just the cuban-american community. We all live in the miami bubble. We all think that our priorities and what are important to us are and should be important to everybody else. You need only go to tallahassee to see that's not true. I've been there for days. And you see some of these state representatives from northern or central florida literally with their cowboy boots on the desk trying to have a conversation about the interests of concerns with the people miami-dade they don't give a shit they just they love our money or a major one of the major donor counties in the state they love to line our pockets and they're cronies pockets with our money but they look down at miami and they. They dismissed all some big cockfight. That we all just need to you know to to fight ourselves. Miami is not like the rest of the state miami is. I would dare say not liked by the rest of the state wherever the racial tensions are on. You don't like black and brown here. You will find them in miami in a way that you won't in tallahassee or any other part of florida we are the most of melting pot places. They love our money man. They just love our money. And it's not fair because we helped finance this state. We carry the state on our backs geographically and economically and we do not get enough care and attention from From our state government and not from our federal government either to their peril. Incidentally because i believe and i said it here before the miami of today is the america of tomorrow so if you want to know what challenges will face or calamities will befall us as a nation in the years or even decades to come. You need only look to south florida. And that's true of infrastructure as as evidenced in insert signing climate change and and a climate gentrification and racial tensions and foreign policy. All of i mean miami has always been home to the biggest home to depose leaders and governments in waiting a place in the entire country. And that's no different now. Whether it was moss kenosha waiting to be waiting for the throne of the presidency in a free cuba or guido. Who is the elected president of venezuela. Who's here waiting for the illegitimate government of venezuela to be removed on. This is just. This is the the layover point we internationally. We are like the atlanta airport. Like we are everybody's here waiting for for freedom basically and i think that that is that creates an opportunity for exploitation. And that's what's interesting. Is i see these republican politicians in tallahassee in washington dc. Who i don't think are having a good faith conversation about bringing freedom to cuba which again we can disagree on what the route to that is. And what the best tactics are. But i think the real challenge here is who are the allies who are the real allies in in that. And i think the problem becomes as we said before is it's so much of politics and so much of american society has turned into the wwe has turned into performance. Give politics i into into highlighting the conflict in an effort to divide and conquer and not about solutions. Because really to be. I think marco rubio doesn't want to lose the wedge issue cuba. It reminds me a lot of israel To the jewish people it is it is it passions are so high that you cannot you see red. You don't see nuance you. Don't see solutions. It's a divided line in the sand. Ann lewis bartok in cuba confidential described it pretty well and vividly. What's happened in cuba and what that totalitarian crime family has done to families in cuba is on par with united states civil war and it is is. It is turning brother against brother cousin against cousin sister against sister and father against son and what it effectively is also a family feud separated by the florida straits. And what happens there. Is you have all of the tension and vengefulness and bad blood. That comes with a blood feud so it's different. It's not necessarily the the most rational debate. It's a family argument which can get very. And then you draw a line in the sand in the in the on the island it was you either revolutionary or your gusanos escorting. Okay and it became the same thing here. You're either with us. Or you're a traitor your castro spy or your comunista and how you ever get anything. Resolves under those circumstances is beyond me and and we have to look at who are the people who benefit from the conflict. Who are the people who fundraise on it. Who are the people who are reelected on it. And i believe that People like francis warez. And even marco rubio would much rather be able to campaign on turmoil in cuba. Then they would ever want to be the president of free and democratic cuba and that's problematic to me. It was handed down with francis. Wars is father as you mentioned a lifetime. Lifelong politician who has tried to get back into the miami game. I don't actually find any of the politics of this interesting. I find it hugely frustrating. And and camouflage and i believe that what i just saw in cuba was something that i wouldn't see in my lifetime. Which is those people rising up against the government that can very much cause them harm here when the cameras go away and everything goes back to normal but i i saw and felt something that resembled hope through that desperation and now i get frustrated again as i see politics being played in a way the impediment instead of solution. Politics are a distraction by their inevitable particularly in this issue. I mean it's it's it's sixty years of misguided policy sixty years of failures Sixty years of torture and murder and imprisonment an occasional depressurization which is what the regime calls it when they basically open up. Allow a boatlift whether it was marielle in one thousand nine hundred The ball is in the nineteen nineties. It's kind of like you. Don't wanna be here by. Let him go. And i think there's a best case scenario fifty fifty chance that. Why did they reanimate the living dead raul castro last sunday to come and meet if not to have a conversation about what what is the mo of this regime. And what happens. When there's two hundred thousand people on boats potentially coming here who need medical attention who need assistance. Who need young people who need education people. I mean it it. It's a humanitarian. That's the first. That's the first thing to remember. This is a humanitarian crisis. In real time the politics of this had failed for sixty years. And now what do we do to help. People and to save lives and i think again. We can disagree about how to do that. But that's what we need to to focus on right now is that doors are being knocked in. People are being dragged out into the street beaten and shot by their government. A government that is that deserves no charity that deserves no sovereignty but we cannot who there there is no stomach from republicans or democrats from anyone really internationally to have any sort of military or international police action on the island soon so now what. Let's deal with the reality of the situation. Not not fuelling. Kind of fanatical passions and fanatical flames about it so now what so now i mean i think probably needs to be airdrops of supplies and food and medicine to the people i think you have to. You have to to an extent bypass the regime and bypass the government. There's a lot of debates about the embargo for sixty for sixty years. And you have to remember to presidents sin. This is wild. I think about this a lot as as it seemed that castro would never die as it seemed like there would be a nuclear war. And we'd have twinkies cockroaches alligators and fidel would just like live forever rosena. At least his hair is certainly is air would survive jerusalem's but like i just like since. Fidel castro's coup in cuba. We've had eisenhower kennedy johnson. Nixon ford carter. Reagan bush clinton bush of obama trump and now and now biden more republicans and democrats. Mind you and nobody's really. Well done anything to progress the issue we've gone back and forth a bit..

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"ford carter" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

11:03 min | 1 year ago

"ford carter" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"To i. Average cubans are taking to the streets. I'm kimberly atkin store. This is on point. This is on point. I'm kimberly atkins store this hour. We're looking into the protests in cuba and the crackdown. That has followed. My guests are arlando pardo. He's a cuban artist writer and blogger. Living in the us and monica borough cuban independent journalists now living in madrid ever since the government shutdown. The internet accurate news facts and figures have been very hard to come by both for those living in cuba and for the rest of the world to try to get some idea of the latest. We reached out to patrick ofman. Havana bureau chief for cnn. Even on the ground he found it hard to get exact numbers on arrests and deaths and other information. The picture now is the island is really really from something that has never happened. Before in the history of the revolution is that you had protests the entire island. They said again and again not name of nia were not afraid. That's not something usually here in cuba they. They shouted this at least to the face and for once or more protesters than there were cops. You know it's usually the other way around and this time because there were so many more people protesting the police really couldn't close it down for for for quite some time and people maybe even for the first time in their lives had the ability event. Atman says it's hard to know whether sporadic protests continue in other towns but one thing is absolutely clear. The government is cracking down there. On high alert wral. Castro has been called back into this supposedly retired but now he's taking part in an emergency meetings. you've seen other older commandants. Who fought with fidel and raul being brought back to sort of make sure that certain provinces are under control now and the president of cuba. This is really is biggest test. Today is trying to show that. He's a tough guy that he's not gonna put up with any of this atman says the main story now is arrests and beatings across the country. The crackdown is well underway. The government is retaking control of the streets and they've made it clear that if they can find anybody and everybody was involved in this protest. That person's gonna pay a price. There's a heavier police presence. Lena vanna where. I am and proc- island but one of the things the government here uses it. Is they get people that are rapid response brigade. Sick call them. It's very rough. There are people who were just sometimes armed with bats and their job is to keep protestors from taking to the streets that was. Cnn's patrick ofman in havana. I want to point out as well that despite these crackdowns that are taking place on the island cuba's president miguel diaz canal according to the associated press acknowledged wednesday that government shortcomings in the lead up to the unrest Played apart this. He said in part quote we have. We also have to carry out a critical analysis of our problems in order to act and overcome and re avoid their repetition. So i want to turn to you. orlando this a little bit of acknowledgement from the cuban president. What do you. What do you make of that. Well i would ask. President media's canal president appointed not elected the canal. What about considering at some point of his political career for life stepping aside stepping down the people has the right to keep protesting on this trade for different causes. Resuls like in any free country like in america. It could be short dishes scar sti but at some point it's also about political and civil rights civil rights movement starting to the ballot in cuba and it will not stop the crackdown certainly is going to stop the process for days or weeks or month. But after you send in your body in your soul freedom after you get read of the mask is like a simulation kosher of fear that somehow becomes a kosher kosher of simulation on fear it's reversible. You are emancipated and these was done by the people not by the leaders of civil society and the people have felt the power of the people. We are a communist country and southerly in the communist country. The people doesn't matter so in this moment i think many younger especially johnny gneration. Npr has shown here some has played some videos of even if people in their seventies and eighties dragging riding and bdo saying. I didn't think to live to see this precedent mega. Yes you're not in the. You're not there as a vertical monolithic ruler. You are just a server of the people and the people will be claiming for you to step down on. We should have safe and plural elections in q. All of cubans are communists and communist. Party is the only one legal in cuba. we are also socialist. We're also social. Democrats will also conservative. We'll also lever us. We all belong in q. So i wanna talk about the things that led up the the factors that led up to this and I wanna play this sound from an elderly woman who said she was going to join the younger protesters and explained why. I'm tired of being hungry of having to struggle. I don't have water. i don't have anything. I have trouble breathing. I look for fan. But i can't turn it on because there's no electricity you get tired of it. All you go crazy. I have to get an operation on my eye. And i can't find anybody to do it. The cataract and i can barely see out of my other. I either so monica. The the factors that led up to this are complex. There are the aspects of Freedom and liberation that orlando was just speaking to but they're also critical food shortages electricity shortages infrastructure problems Help us understand what is happening there. That caused this moment on sunday in cuba. There's a huge crisis. Of course there is a is a worst because of the pandemic bad the recent the the the causes of this crisis came from from years ago and i think that the the government has a great responsibility in india reality that we are living in cuba or that. We are seeing you right now. Of course the the embargo ha said role in. What's going on. But i think that the lack of of economic freedom and political freedom is the key to understand what is going on in cuba because there are a lot of solutions that people that society people who lives outside. Cuba are providing since years ago. Also many economists and other specialists are trying to explain to the government who are responsible to do in cuba in order to advance in order to change the reality and provide quality to the people who is living kyowa and the government. Just don don listen. What the specialists. What the professionals are saying. Since a lot of years ago the we saw yesterday that they approved the importation of different Products especially food and medicines from. But this is something that people were claiming since auto in in order to respond to the today's lack of everything not only medicines and food that also a lack of condoms for example on that like a huge issue because affect directly the health of people on the equality of their so. There are a lot of courses but i. I think that the main causes of this crisis is the lack of freedom because people want to participate in the solution of the problems. People want to take a the contract of their lives. Want to to determine the destiny of the nation and the government. Just don't listen. What what. The dose analysts and what the people has to say. Why do people wants so. I want to bring in. Richard feinberg into the conversation. He's a professor. Emeritus of international political economy at uc san diego and he's worked in the white house state and treasury departments in the ford carter and clinton administrations and was a senior director for inter american affairs for the national security council under president. Clinton richard welcome nice to be with you and so we're talking about the causes. Of course one Caused that some claim Is a is a factor on this are is. Us policy Both the ongoing embargo as well as some of the executive actions that former president trump took during his administration. Can you talk about that. And give your thoughts ashore in terms of the causes of the economic crisis on the island of course mismanagement by socialist economy over many decades. An important underlying factor. But i was listening to. Us secretary of state. Tony lincoln the other day. Saying united states has nothing to do with. What's going on in the cuban economy That's a spectacularly disingenuous statement the us for decades but particularly the trump administration did everything it could to strangle the small cuban economy We've also been supporting dissident groups on the island and their relations in south florida very publicly also for many years so it spectacular disingenuous. Us has nothing to do with the current crisis on the island now..

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"ford carter" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"ford carter" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"To Southwest Nissan Forward Highway off Interstate 20 in Weatherford. What Uh, and let's go to Dan Dan of Grandview. Hey, Dan. Good morning, Ed. Hey, I have a lively discussion with a friend at work this week about the rising gas prices at the plant. And, yeah, man. His position is resolved by President Biden's fault, and of course it is. Of course it is. He's an all trader. He's spoken. He's spiking the prices. Of course it is. Well, that may be true, but, uh In my position. Possession to him was it's just the market and, uh Changes are kind of out since the pandemic and Now everybody's driving and you know somebody wrote me that line this week. About the price of gas. With Biden there and the price of gas when President Trump was there, right? Harry and I again first thing. These things are not determined by presidents because I've written a lot about speculation on Wall Street. But I was talking about the period back in 2000 and 7 to 2000 and eight when all went from $69 a barrel 148 while at the same time worldwide demand for oil. And fuels was falling due to the global, uh, recession that was taking hold right before the financial system collapsed. Right well, that's speculation. So this I think it was the Congressional budget office. It came out day before yesterday and said economic growth in this quarter and I don't want to get this wrong. I think they said it's going to be over 7% So when was the last time the economy grew in America? By 7%? How many years back? What do we have to go? Oh, quiet here. Yeah, And so when the guy wrote me the letter I said yes. But when President Trump was first elected, the price of gas was higher and fell while he was president. The same way that car sales new car sales in America fell three of the four years he was in office, right? I agree. One president Obama went went into office. Remember the meltdown? It happened and oil was down like $30 a barrel. Les Price paid at the wellhead. But the economy came back because the government pumped so much money into it. So did the Fed. It had nothing to do with Obama. But gas prices came back, didn't it? Car sales rose seven out eight years he was president. But, well, people want to blame a president. It's not. It's the Federal Reserve and it's the government stimulus causing this well and that was my position with my friend and we're still friends was I don't understand how any president could affect oil or gas prices, but they can't. There are ways they can do it. The problem is, we have a lot of news sources out there that actually well, even when I was writing for business week back in that 7 4008 period, I had places like Neil Cavuto. Right there. Producers reached out to me to come onto this show. I did CNN with Wolf Blitzer wants and I said, I'm not doing this again because Jon Stewart's right. You're just there to be a trained monkey to entertain their audience. When they do this stuff. They're just throwing questions at you and saying You're the expert and all that, but they're not taking anything you've written seriously. So I went looked up all of New York, New York Cavuto's reasons why oil was going so high. And everything he wrote was just nonsense. And so I told the producer I really don't want to go on his show and have his ignorant his ignorance on this subject. Override the stuff I actually went looked up. I'm not picking on Neil Cavuto was just on this one issue. He was blaming it on the Arabs. Okay, good for you. That's not what it was. Well, that's quite that's pretty much what I thought it was a president takes drastic legislation. They're not going to really be able to effect the oil market. They can. Again. We can do that We can impact it. It's just he has been president all that long. And as I predicted, most people are going to kind of like Joe. Because he's more of a moderate anybody thinks, and he's more of a capitalists than anybody thinks, because he's from Delaware and most every major corporation in America is incorporated in Delaware. You don't get to be a 50 year senator from that state less if you are business friendly because they'll run you off, right? What do I believe up? What I tell everybody, I said the biggest fear that that would be rational. Is going to be with Kamala Harris. If anything happened to Biden and she became president. Because there's just something about her. If you look at her career in California, which is a very, very smart, very capable person, but I don't know that she has enough sense to back off when she's given power. And so sure enough, what's happening this week? All these leaks about what a mess or offices right? Yes, There you go. That's exactly what I forecast. Most people would like Biden because he's actually a centrist and he's pro capitalism. And she would be the weak part of this administration. That appears to be happening at least through this week. And I bet they're having some tough talks with her. Well, I want to thank you, Ed for telling me that I'm not Silly for thinking that presidents can't really well, they can, but they don't normally affect the oil industry. You know again. I got into the car business when Richard Nixon was president. So I've been through Nixon Ford. Carter, Reagan Bush. Juan started doing the show. Bill Clinton, uh Bush to, uh Obama. Trump Biden and you know what I know about the car business..

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Walter Mondale, Former US Vice-President and Celebrated Liberal, Dies Aged 93

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Walter Mondale, Former US Vice-President and Celebrated Liberal, Dies Aged 93

"Former vice president Walter Mondale a liberal icon for Minnesota has died at the age of ninety three in nineteen sixty four Walter Mondale was appointed to Minnesota's U. S. Senate seat replacing his mentor Hubert Humphrey Mondale was known for his advocacy of social issues in nineteen seventy six he was Jimmy Carter's running mate when they unseated Gerald Ford Carter saying some thirty years later I felt the vice president be the best one to give me the help I needed I never had served in Boston before as you know and Chris was express NO eulogizing Mondale as the best vice president in our country's history Mondale unsuccessfully ran for president in nineteen eighty four choosing a woman as his running mate losing to Ronald Reagan in a landslide he served as ambassador to Japan in the nineties Mondale's wife Joan died in twenty fourteen three years after their daughter Eleanor Mondale is survived by two sons Jackie Quinn Washington

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"ford carter" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"ford carter" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"But that was certainly much more than redeemed by his performance during the Cuban missile crisis when this world really wasp on the brink of nuclear annihilation, But if you look around the globe, I mean what he had to deal with Cuba. Berwyn, Southeast Asia. The whole process of decolonization in Africa. It was an extraordinarily eventful time, and I think by and large Kennedy handled the crisis you dealt with, and I think he grew I think he grew in office. I think there's no question he would have been re elected in 1964, the first president to intersect with television and its massive power correct, absolutely, and then that you're with enormous and not altogether healthy impact, not only for the presidency, but I would argue for for American democracy. Generally, it's It's no accident that Kennedy you know, he moved. I can't press conferences and they were. There were television cameras. It was Kennedy who turned them into into a defining moment in the presidency. Now, let's go to LBJ. I preface this by saying. I love the first couple of books by Robert Carol, one of your colleagues in the art, and it is an art of presidential biography. I can't read the master of the Senate because I loathe the LBJ. I just don't like the man Hey, woz and ideals of polarizing figure There's not about but you know what he may have the last word literally because of the tapes that he left. Meanwhile, here's the hypocrisy. People were outraged. Richard Nixon had White House state, but I can guarantee the historians air gratefully left to bind and winning Johnson, who was remember, among other things, not very good at public communications. A great irony, baby. He turns out to be very good at posthumous communications. It was women. Johnson, who, with his heart and soul wanted to fight a war on poverty on who in many ways was consumed by that other war. In Vietnam. Did he ever do anything for the reason he articulated what that would mean Johnson deserves real credit for political sacrifice with the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act. Remember after Selma when he stood in front of a joint session of Congress, and he said, we shall overcome. He knew in doing that, um, that he was probably Um, kissing off the support of the south. He wants solid democratic south for a generation or more. I mean, remember or whatever. And I agree. There's a lot of God knows where a lot of flaws to this man and I think the I think that the credibility gap I think the pervasive distrust of government generally really is as much winding Johnson's doing. As it is Richard Nixon's, But it is also true that there were moments in his presidency when he showed great political courage and the reason we remember some presidents and forget others is because They're willing to take risks for something bigger than reelection. Heavy run in 68. We've lost, probably to Richard Nixon. Yeah, I think I think so. All right, let's begin with our in. What? Make you of him? Well, Richard Nixon said once that it would be at least 50 years before people could write about him objectively. And, um It may be something to that. I certainly It will be a long time before we have the complete record will never run out of books on Nixon will we know, But you know you need time for emotions to cool. And to gain some kind of perspective. Nixon's a fascinating character in so many ways because he was so miscast for politics. He he described himself as an introvert and extroverts profession. Through sheer will and self discipline. Um, he made himself into obviously very successful campaigner on a man who came back from defeat 1960 in this segment, Richard. We have to get through the end of Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan and George the first So I'm gonna let you do that. What? You've got 10 minutes to do. 10 5 presidents. Okay, look, you know greatness is in the eye of the beholder like beauty. But there are presidents that we know. We know whatever we think of them. We know they're important, all right, the president who opened China and went to Russia and find the salt agreement and created the Environmental Protection Agency. That's an important figure quite apart from his historically unique status is the only president to resign, agreed. Now, Ford You know, Ford is often seen as an addendum, You know, kind of the rounding out of the Nixon presidency, and I think that may be inaccurate. I think there's more of a break there than most people think. In some ways. Ford is the first post new deal president. I give you one example economic deregulation today. We take it for granted. In fact, it's beginning to be a backlash against it. But in fact, economic deregulation was an idea that was really introduced during the Ford presidency. The railroads were deregulated, and in fact, Ford had regular legislation to deregulate the airlines already to go, which in fact was then picked up by and successfully championed by Jimmy Carter. So there's more of a break. Actually there and Ford, of course, the only UN elected president, the Orient elected vice president, Ah, man who confronted in some ways the most severe domestic crises, at least since 1933. If not since the Civil War. His historical assignment was basically to restore trust in government. I think most people 30 years later, I think you did a pretty good job of it. He's also was our greatest athlete. As a president. I think Jerry Ford, he probably could have used Relief act. I'll be right back more with Richard Norton Smith to keep going on and finish our President's Day special,.

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"ford carter" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:31 min | 1 year ago

"ford carter" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Why Why do you The members of the House of Representatives. The majority of the House of Representatives. Why are they afraid of the very people that sent them to do this job? The people they hope will continue to send them back here. Why are they afraid that those same people who were smart enough to pick them as their congressmen aren't smart enough to pick Somebody. Who is a candidate for president of the United States. Why fear that the people will all of a sudden forget how to choose an administration in the next few years, And in fact, this happens all the time. When there are changes in administrations from one term presidents to others. Mm. Well, Nixon was sort of 1.5 turn. But Nixon to Ford, Ford, Carter, Carter to Reagan, Bush 41 to Clinton. That happens. People get tired of Administration they don't want and they know how to change it. And they just did. So why think that They won't know how to do it in 2024. If they want to, or is that what the fear is? Is the fear that the people in 2024, in fact will want to change and we'll want to go. After Donald Trump And not the current occupant of the White House. President Biden Because all these other times the people were smart enough to do it. Choose who the president should be. And all these other times they smart enough to choose who they're members of Congress work and by the way, choose you all as well. But they're not smart enough to know how to change. The administration, especially since They just did. So it seems pretty evident to me that they do know how It has worked. 100% of the time. 100% of the time in the United States when the people got had been fed up with and had enough of the occupant of the White House. They changed the occupant of the White House. Now. I know. That one of the strengths of this body Is Its deliberative action. And I saw Center mansion on the TV the other night. Talking about the filibuster and the main point, Woz. That Senator Manchin was explaining to those of us who don't operate here all the time. That this body has an obligation to try to reach consensus across the aisle to legitimize the decisions that makes Obviously, he's capable of making His own pronouncements on it, but that's what it came across on the television. And I think that that is a good way of saying What? Why the Senate of the United States is different than other places. You know, the Constitution is a document designed to protect the rights of the minority, not the rights of the majority. Congress shall make no law abridging. All of these things. That's because those were the things that were Of concern. At the time. It's easy. Be in favor of liberty. Inequality. And Free speech. When it's popular. I think that I want to give my colleague Mr Sean, an opportunity to Explain to all of us the The legal Analysis on jurisdiction. I'll be quite frank with you. We changed what we were going to do on account that we thought that the House managers presentation was well done. And I wanted you to know that we have responses to those things. I thought that what the first part of the case was, which was the equivalent of a motion to dismiss was going to be about jurisdiction alone. And and one of the fellas who spoke for the House managers who was the former colonel defense attorney seemed to suggest that there's something nefarious that we were discussing jurisdiction and trying to get the case dismissed. But this is where it happens in the case. Because jurisdiction is the first thing that has to be found. We have a counter arguments to everything that they raised. And you will hear them later on in the case from Mr Van der Veen and from myself. But on the issue of jurisdiction Scholarly issue of jurisdiction. I'll leave you with this before I invite David to come up. And, uh, And give you the The area died explanation. Some of this was shown on the screen, but Article. One, Section three. Says judgments in cases of impeachment shall not extend further than two. Removal from office and comma and Disqualification toe hold any Office of Honor trust profit under the United States Colon What the party convicted shall nevertheless be liable and subject to indictment, trial judgment and punishment according to law. So this idea of Of January. Amnesty is nonsense. If my colleagues on this side of the chamber Actually think that President Trump committed a criminal offenses. Let's understand a high crime is a felony and misdemeanor is a misdemeanor. The words haven't changed that much over the time. After he's out of office. You go on arrest him. So there is no opportunity where the president United States can run rampant in January the end of his term and just go away Scot free. The Department of Justice does know what to do with such people. So far. I haven't seen any activity in that direction. And not only that. People who Stormed this building. Breached it. We're not accused of conspiring with the president. But the section I read Judgment. In other words, the bad thing that can happen the judgment in cases of impeachment, I what we are doing. Shall not extend further. Then removal from office. What is so hard about that? What? Those which of those words are unclear. Shall not extend further than removal from office. President Trump no longer is in office. The object of the constitution has been achieved. He was removed by the voters. Mr Chauhan, Are you ready? Now that I've taken all of his time. Thank you, Mr Prison. That's Bruce Castor, one of the president's defense lawyers making a presentation that, in its overarching point seemed to say that if this impeachment went through, more impeachments would follow. He did flick it some of the constitutional arguments that are at issue today but also acknowledged we changed our presentation, he said, because the house case was so well done, perhaps explaining why Castor appeared to vamp and improvise throughout. Much of that, David shown is the next up. He is the second of the president's defense lawyers that we expect to hear from and he's a collector. President. Leaders. Quick adjustment. I stand before you. I'm gonna always thought as the hallowed ground of democracy. In this room, American lives have been changed so dramatically. Just my lifetime through so many of your legislative initiatives from the Civil Rights Act when I was a child through most recently, the first step act Laws that have provided major opportunities for Americans to move forward and upward and more fully enjoy all of the attributes of what has been the greatest nation on Earth. I've seen the changes these laws have made through my clients every day for the past 36 years. These laws have enabled me to fight for their enjoyment of a.

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"ford carter" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

The Dr. Susan Block Show

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"ford carter" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

"Yes you think so okay. This is so weird because nobody knows. Who rutherford b. Hayes was right. Okay i happen to know. Why do i know. Because when i was eleven years old and my sixth grade class everybody had to do a report on a different. Us president right. And i was very excited about this. Because i was really into the president's like some people are into the beatles. I was also under the beatles. But i was really into the president's in fact my brother forced me kinda no violence involved de pressured me to learn to recite all the president of the united states. You want to hear. Yeah sure do it. Washington adams jefferson madison monroe. Adams jackson van buren harrison. Tyler polk taylor fillmore. Pierce buchanan lincoln. Johnson grant hayes garfield arthur cleveland harrison. Cleveland mckinley roosevelt. Taft wilson harding coolidge. Hoover roosevelt truman. Eisenhower kennedy johnson. Nixon ford carter reagan. Now i start to slow down because this is when i wasn't reciting them bush i clinton bush and obama and trump awaiting.

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"ford carter" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"ford carter" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"I am Scott War is privileged to be joined by the one and only Clark. Howard. We have covered some vast topics over the last hour. Plus, I thought, Why not go with a little bit of a lightning round Q and A And does you're about to hear it was rather revealing. Can I just throw some rapid fire your way real quick. Sure, Okay. He's were submitted by some of my friends and some of our callers. What did you want to be when you grew up? I wanted to be either governor or senator, or, like so many other kids, President United States It was your first job. I worked in a warehouse in a furniture store. Starting at 11 years old. We didn't have child labor laws where I grew up. And so you were expected to work as soon as you could. In 11 was the age of started working How often in your everyday life heading to the grocery store? Whatever do people recognize your voice? And do you have any funny little anecdote? You can share about a instance where they did. Oh, you know, uh, in a lot of cities, people know what I look like from TV. Sure, so it didn't even have to get to the voice, but but he's thing I'll hear from people. Is. I thought you were taller than you are or you're skinnier than I thought you're fatter than I thought or whatever. It's always something like that Come stream of consciousness right out of somebody's mouth and you just smile and laugh because it's because people are being genuine. I mean, it's what their Thinking or feeling a lot of times, people will immediately say Yeah, I meant to call you But I've got this problem I would like to ask you about and then there you are standing in the produce aisle solving people's problems. My wife's favorite story is when she was pregnant. With our first child. We were in Home Depot. And somebody came up to ask me a question. And she said. Clark. We have to go. I've gone into labor. I can tell. I've gone into labor and the guy says no, You'll have to wait. I'm not done with my question. No, he did, he said. They said that and I said, no, we have to go. You can walk with me and I'll answer your question while we're walking the car and he actually did what side by side with me. Is I have my wife or my arm, You know, And I answer this question. And then we got in the car and we drove to the hospital and you get to the hospital. The guys in the delivery room with enough question. Enough is enough. All right, How about this one who has been the most famous person you've ever had an opportunity to meet in any any favorites of all the celebrities. I guess if you think about famous people, I guess it's presidents that I've matched her, Uh, Nixon, Ford Carter. Try to think of any others. I think that maybe it that was back when I really thought I was going to do the political thing. You do reside in the state of Georgia. I hear there are political things afoot in the state, but we're also waits were also excited because we have hundreds of millions of dollars of out of state money pouring in here. And so it's boosting our suffering economy and I was driving around earlier today, and I saw all over the place where one of the Republican candidates is paying people to stand at street corners. Holding her signs of women named Kelly Leffler, who was appointed to the seat and running for a full term and she's got so much money. She's got these people everywhere. Just holding these science. I mean, keep putting this money into Georgia because we need it. Would you run anymore? Or is that something that is that that ship has sailed? You know, I came very close to running for mayor of Atlanta two different times in 1997. In 2009, and each time there were reasons in 97. It was because I just been given the opportunity to launch into syndication just months later, and I was like Run for mayor going to syndication. Let's do the syndication thing. So I did that in 2009. I was in the polling, then I was really Moving towards it. And then I got to this thing. What I call the Jeb Bush moment. Where you know when he was running in 2015 2016 for president. You just had this sense. He just really didn't have any fire in the belly, right? It didn't really want to do it. And I discovered that about myself in 2009 that I just didn't want to do it. You don't go into something like that, unless it truly really is what you want to do, because it will be All consuming If Joe Biden said Clark, please come to the Oval Office. How would you advise me? On tackling student loan debt student debt in America because that it's such a hot topic, you $1.5 trillion outstanding on student loan debt. You think about that number 1.5 trillion It's hard really, to give it frame of reference. It's roughly double the outstanding credit card debt. The United States. It's an enormous burden. How do we start to tackle that so well? I think we work we future proof. And then we look at what we're gonna do with these people who have this debt. So what I would do is I would make it much tougher to borrow for college..

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