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"Welcome to the monitor daily podcast. It's Tuesday February 15th. Thanks for joining us. I'm Yvonne zip. And I'm Ken Kaplan. Republican senator Josh hawley and former presidential candidate Andrew Yang, hail from very different polls of the political spectrum. But they agree on one thing. The boys are not all right. Today's data is stark. There seems to be a real need to help men feel a sense of community and purpose. So how does America break free from a zero sum political cycle? Is there a way for men to win without women having to lose hard one rights? Take a look at a few points from the first of two stories by Harry brunius looking at masculinity and crisis. White men accounted for 70% of suicides in the U.S. in 2019. Just 40% of college students are men. Single and divorced men are most likely to die of opioid overdoses, and the number of men who died of alcohol and drug related causes spiked 35% between 2019 and 2020. In part two today, Harry delves into recurring political narratives around masculinity. He found that increased rights for women in the United States aroused deep concern that men were suffering as a result. In everything from physicality to fulfilling traditional provider roles. But interestingly, those definitions have evolved over time. In an earlier era, factory jobs and middle management were painted as too soft for real men. Now, politicians decry the loss of those very jobs as hurting men's prospects and standing in society. When society is in flux, the tensions can be particularly acute. It says Harry, European judeo Christian culture is so patriarchal and its DNA were a few decades and to changes to a centuries old system. When that mental space is disruptive, it cuts deep. I was thinking a lot about warrior culture and some of the Hayes I endured in high school, Harry says, the message, even through graduate school, was you've got to be tough. You've got to be able to handle this stuff. He points to men in part one like weightlifter and author Ryan Castillo and max Gotti McGregor, founder of positive masculinity, who are looking for ways to help men feel a sense of freedom and expansion to be who they are. Harry sees the college students he teaches in New York, seeking to break free from the concept of gender entirely, to embrace what they see as a more authentic identity. It's a complicated nuanced issue, says Harry. Now, today's stories. Our first story, the west has promised harsh sanctions against Russia should it invade Ukraine. But Russians have borne sanctions since 2014 and seemed ready mentally and economically to do so again. Ever since Russia and next Crimea, the west has been ratcheting up economic and financial punishments that have damaged Russia's economic prospects. The average Russian has become used to them is still not comfortable with them. Russian experts are more worried about the threatened new sanctions that would be imposed if Russia actually launches a military attack on Ukraine. The most extreme measures might include canceling the not yet operating Nord stream to gas pipeline from Russia to Germany, or banning Russian banks from using the U.S. dollar. But even those weapons are unlikely to change the Kremlin's plans experts say. If these threatened sanctions are applied, there would be some shocks to Russia's banking system, financial position, and some industries would suffer. A faculty dean at Moscow's higher school of economics. But since 2014 there has been a great deal of Russian strategic planning. And the country is much better prepared for sanctions than it was she adds. I can not imagine any sanctions that could push Russia to give up its strategic priorities in the crisis over Ukraine and NATO. This story was reported by Fred ware and Moscow for the monitor. Crisis rhetoric along with ideas of masculine toughness have recurred throughout American history. Some thinkers are looking beyond political point scoring to how to address underlying social strains. Today isn't the first time societies have convulsed in America and elsewhere, over questions of a crisis in masculinity, amid rising rights for women. In the current battles, conservative thinkers and populist leaders have decried what they call the gender ideology, which they perceive as deconstructing the biological differences between men and women and defining masculinity itself as toxic. Adding to the turmoil, statistics showing men falling behind in college participation, marrying less and falling out of the workforce more often. The idea of manly virtues can easily be caricatured and made into a silly cartoonish nostalgia for bygone eras, says Casey chalk, a conservative Catholic thinker and writer in Virginia. He's also been concerned by what he sees as the weird extremes of a militaristic machismo by men on the far right. In that sense he says, men need to rediscover the virtues of being a gentleman, a special moral discipline that can both channel and control the innate biological drives and special sociological roles of men. Mister chalk says, I think there is a real sense in which men do, you know, eagerly want to be able to be viewed as brave and strong. Not necessarily even physically, but even temperamentally and psychologically. This story was reported by Harry.
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"And I'm Ken Kaplan. Our column today is by monitor reporter Sarah Miller Yana, who writes about her recent trip to Canada's resolute bay. I'll be reading for her. Sarah writes, my colleague Fred ware and I take you to a changing Arctic this week. The northwest passage of Canada and the northern sea route of Russia. Fred visited more months, a city of 300,000. Fred says he was struck by how much Arctic Russia is like the rest of the country. Urbanized, populated by Russians who have the same sorts of jobs, watch the same TV channels and live in the same huge apartment blocks. His flight was an easy two hours from Moscow and he's eager to return in wintertime to see the northern lights. I was farther north and resolute bay. Too far north to see the northern lights, in fact. And I got there with the help of a U.S. coast guard C one 30. When I'm in a new place, the first thing I do is lace up and run to get my bearings. But the first thing we were told was not to leave our lodgings because of polar bears. Instead, we drove through. And I was struck by how much this Arctic town is nothing like the rest of Canada. Resolute bay was quiet on a recent desk. Gorgeous chunks of ice decorated the coastline. There's a skating rink, kids were playing shinny and a post office, co op for groceries, which only arrive in an annual resupply shipment. A wildlife bureau and a nursing station in front yards were snowmobiles and dog sleds. A polar bear skin hung outside one home and Arctic fox scurried across the landscape. It has an edge of world feel. This is Canada's second most northern community. It only exists because the government relocated Inuit families in 1953 to exert Arctic sovereignty. For which Canada apologized in 2010. Leaving town, a powerful statue by the late Carver, Simeone amago stands as a monument to the high Arctic exiles of resolute. 70 years ago, this community was forced into an unforgiving landscape. Now they stand at the front lines of climate change. While a warming Arctic shifts geopolitical and commercial calculations, the subject of the monitors do harder, it will have the greatest bearing on the people who call the Arctic home. Now, today's stories. Our first story, with the melting Arctic opening up new opportunities and stirring old rivalries, the U.S. and Canada are trying a cooperative approach to Tapping the thawing resources and trade routes. The Arctic is warming it twice the rate of the rest of the globe, and some scientists warn that within the next two decades, the region's waterways could be ice free in summertime. That has generated new tensions over Russian militarization of the Arctic, a hungry China vying for its resources and increased competitions for sea lanes. Even the northwest passage which runs through the Arctic ice north of Canada is contested. The United States is looking to shore up its partnership with its Arctic allies, as well as expand its understanding of what's happening in the region, with a trip of the U.S. coast guard cutter Healy through the northwest passage. Passengers include military counterparts from Canada, Denmark, and Britain, carrying out joint exercises, while a plethora of scientists conduct international research crucial to understanding the implications of climate change. We're demonstrating the U.S. ability to increase our reach in the Arctic, says admiral Carlyle Schultz coming down to the U.S. coast guard. It's building our organic knowledge in the area. It's projecting our interests. Its demonstrating to the other nations of the world that like minded partners are collaborating and working in this important space. This story was reported by Sarah Miller Yana in resolute bay nunavut for the monitor. New commissions, some made up of average citizens are struggling to overcome partisanship as they redraw congressional and state legislative lines. Some say reformers need to rethink the whole process. In the ten years since the nation's congressional and state legislative maps were last three drawn, a record breaking number of states passed ballot measures intended to make the process more bipartisan and transparent. But with map drawing now underway, the rubber of those reforms is meeting a very bumpy road. In Virginia, the first attempt to create fair maps collapsed last week and appears headed for the state Supreme Court. A similar process is playing out in New York, where Democrats and Republicans on a new redistricting commission have come up with separate maps. Ohio's new commission failed to gain bipartisan approval for its state legislative maps, which now only will be in place for four years rather than ten. At stake is control of the U.S. House of Representatives, where Democrats hold an 8 seat majority. And as redistricting commissions are undermined by the same partisan forces they're meant to alleviate its raising questions about whether it's even possible to draw lines that both sides perceive as fair. The process feels really existential to people, says Michael Lee, a redistricting expert with a brand and center. And our very partisan age, they are having a hard time taking off their partisan hats. This story was reported by story hinckley and Washington for the monitor. Ohio resident Amy krebs knows firsthand about the damage that invasions of privacy can bring. Concerns from people like her are one reason there's momentum in Congress for a possible federal law. 8 years ago, soon after the Obama administration passed a privacy Bill of rights a set of voluntary guidelines for companies to follow, Ohio resident Amy krebs received a distressing phone call. Her credit card company said her name and financial information had been stolen. I couldn't believe that this could happen, she says. The culprit used miss krebs information at banks for credit card purchases, even for a subscription to the local newspaper. Consumer challenges with data privacy have only grown since then, and polling find strong public support for Congress to pass a federal.
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"And personal liberty but a look at history can offer context and a calmer lens to consider what lies ahead. The national leader decided. He had no other choice. A fast-spreading melody threatened to shake america to its core so he mandated widespread vaccination against it though the vaccine was relatively new and he knew many might oppose his order. Two thousand twenty one. No seventeen seventy seven. When general george washington ordered members of the continental army vaccinated against smallpox. The united states has a history of mandating. Vaccinations at also has a history of resisting them. President joe biden sweeping new federal vaccine requirements for cove in nineteen and the opposition. They have sparked are hardly unprecedented developments in. us life. If there's a lesson to be learned from past efforts it may be this. Such mandates generally aren't switch that automatically reaches full effect once flipped personal values fears and political polarization. All affect implementation. Follow up is necessary. That may be especially true for president. Biden's orders which could potentially affect one hundred million people and have sparked widespread resistance in republican led st christopher robertson. A specialist in health law and professor at boston university school of law says these mandates are really just one piece a larger puzzle of policy responses. The story was reported by peter. Greer for the monitor pandemic society views older adults as a group at risk but many have overcome labels of frailty you can read more articles like this one. In our finding resilience series as older adults have faced increased social isolation health officials have defined this age group as living in pandemic precarity yet many have demonstrated strength and resilience from an artist. Who picked up her paintbrush. After two decades to a home resident. Who now can't resist serenading. His neighbors many older adults say trials in lockdown have unlocked a new chapter of personal growth according to one study earlier this year four out of five respondents ages fifty to eighty reported their mental health to be as good as or better than twenty years ago. These adults are sometimes able to put things in context of an entire life. History and draw on past resilience says lauren. Girl lock geriatric psychiatrists and assistant professor at the university of michigan who contributed to the report to one pastor who survived cove in nineteen diagnosis. The idea of resurrection took on new meaning. He says it's an attitude of actually finding light where there's darkness finding hope where there is despair. The story was reported by sarah matusa in boulder colorado and erica page in gaithersburg maryland in washington for the monitor promoting ecologically. Friendly practices is not easy in russia. But in the country's arctic north locals are finding inventive ways to change the public's interaction with their environment about two years ago. Mass protests in the russian region of arkansas delk forced moscow authorities to abandon plans to build a giant waste dump near the village of. She is the success of that stop. She has struggled launched an ecological movement in the arctic region and ushered in more environment friendly local leadership at also planted surprisingly divergent ideas about how to turn that newfound consciousness into permanent ways. People relate to the environment around them utilize its resources and manage the consequences for all driven a local real estate developer from the city of several vince. Ke- it served as inspiration to try and get into national politics in order to raise. Ecological awareness in moscow anaesthesia trophy mova an arkan gals doctor went to different direction. Eschewing politics for what she regards as the more influential realm of business and alexandra usa ceva heads cleaned north a group that interfaces between the public and local authorities to promote ecological education the stop. She has campaigned. Changed the popular mentality in. This region. says mizzou's achiever all that attention made people think about the future and some became really inspired to do something more. The story was reported by fred. Ware an arkan russia for the monitor. The gaza strip's first private museum holds more than artifacts from six millennia of local culture on display or the ingredients of identity and a sense of belonging to the land mohammed abu lahia. I became interested in antiquities as an eight year old by finding artifacts on the ground on his way to and from school in alcara. The town fifteen miles south of gaza city until recently a farming village sits on trade routes dating from the bronze age. I would stop many times on the way to school to look at strange old items that i saw along the road i fetched them on my way back home and would examine them in my room. Mr abu lahia says his wife najah who studied art and archaeology. Gaza university helped document and piece together. The items they collected their labors led to the founding of the al-qarara cultural museum which showcases artifacts from across six millennia of history. The museums founders hoped to offer a counter narrative on gaza one linking past civilizations to the territory's current inhabitants and emphasizing gazans rights to contested land marred by modern politics and war says he some abdul ghafoor a museum board member. We aim to send out a message that this tormented part of palestine is also a place of a long enrich. History that is worth seeing. This story was reported by eastern. Ah may and l. carrara gaza strip for the monitor..
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"Or odyssey dot com. Hey, Al. Remember those records that the Beth Connor Mike Connors wife sent us Remember that so I played them. They are so patriotic it with Fred Waring. Joe. You know, Fred Waring and or in Sylvania? Yes. The man who brought us Mr Green Jeans, Hugh brand. Um yeah. Oh, you know, you see where I go one step further. I go from your in the board's Ophelia and superior. I'm in the cortex. And you know the name of Mr Green Jeans. That would have been a great trivia question. Well, I got I tell you, um I love that It was a patriotic and then Bing Crosby, Mr Sinatra, they produced the album 1964. And they sang all these patriotic songs, which Which were great, so shout out and thank you to Beth College. Because that was just so exciting to see all of my heroes singing in the patriotic way, you know and meantime, then I go to Mike. Best wonderful husband. Who was Mike? The Mike Connors The man who could get a will for you to trust for you. A power of attorney health care proxy living Well, thanks to my son, Joey. He says, Dad, you got to get it together. You got to put your estate together. I got kids. I got a couple of moms and please let me talk about Mama looks way or we if my life if Mike Connors could put my life together with with and I and Bridget to who's just terrific over there, and I, Connors and Solomon, if they could take care of me, Just think of what they could take that they can do for you. Meantime, let me tell you what Mike's gonna be. He's going to be at Buckley's Avenue s and Marine Park in Brooklyn. This is on Tuesday. July 27th Alright 11 am three PM seven PM Wednesday, July 28. This is a tour that makes going on. This is great that that Mike is doing this. It's at Connelly's inm aspect. It's July 28 11 a.m. three p. M seven p.m.. How about Thursday? July 29th Bay Ridge Manor, Anybody? Uh, the 11 a.m. three p. M and seven p.m.. It's like this is the Mike Connors tour by the way. This is that this is the Get your life in order tour from my Connors from Qatar's in Sullivan.
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"Staying along the lines of America. I hear you singing. This this album that I found with all these patriotic songs with Frank Sinatra At the height of his success, he took time to do this album with Big Crosby and a gentleman by the name of Fred Waring. And here's a song that says You are lucky to be in this country. You should appreciate to be in this country and and they say it in such a nice way. This is a song that Mr Sinatra sings on this fourth of July. You're a lucky fella, Mr Smith. Hey, you're a lucky fellow, Mr Smith to be able to live as you do. And to have that swell, Miss Liver T go, Harry and the torch for you like it long business Mere. Look around you. If you want to cry, you should thank your lucky stars in I mean, thank all 50 in your fly. You really gotta badly cream with Washington Jefferson again and leave. I did. Sisters like that. Don't you know you were born with the feather in your hat? How Barry? Very wealthy. Can I don't care if you haven't a cent. You can still have things your own way on each election day at some poor suckers would shoes they'd like to be in your shoes back. Present your good fortune moment. You're a lucky fellow, Mr ST. Yeah. You are a lucky fellow, Mr Smith, Master Smith to be able to swing like you do And to have that swell,.
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"fred waring" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"You and our great put down memory bed in Beth Conners borders those album member. She brought me that's correct. You bought you those records. Fred Waring. It's called America. I hear you singing. Frank Sinatra produced that with Bing Crosby and with Uh, Fred Waring. When afraid wearing in Pennsylvania? Yes, Pennsylvanians. Let's be clear. The new Jerseyans depends. Sylvania. Uh, hey, this is your land. All right, you look what you got A problem with that You got a problem? That's your land. That's new Jersey. But this the Pennsylvania is a little more polite, little more And and we, uh And we played it. But I said, and al goes. Who's Fred? Waring? And I remember I told you before my first one of my first commercials shot at a golf club that owned by Fred Waring. And I, of course, said as a kid as I was shooting, it was it was like 20 years old 22 years old. I said What? Who's Fred Waring? Apparently Joseph Media who knows everything about show business. He was He was, like, huge, I guess that this guy Oh, yeah. He was one of the big bands of the of the forties and the fools. Well, yeah, but one of the big musical groups. How about that? I'll say that, but but he had a television show. That was a very popular for if you're kidding me. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. He had a great TV show. And then, of course, he later lent his named the Waring blender. And brought the world Mr Green Jeans from Not true. No, it is. Yes, it is. That's that's the worry. That is the same. Yes, that is Fred Waring. Yes, he was the he was the George foreman before George Foreman was transformed. When Danny, eh could put the salmon into the into the thing on Saturday night Live. Yeah, That was that. Which Fred Waring endorsed product hysterical. That's hysterical. I didn't know. Alright. Which Fourth of July Tradition began in 17 77 in Philadelphia. Fireworks march to Congress ringing the Liberty Bell cookouts. I would say I would have to say fireworks right by I would bring the Liberty Bell. I would think that to hit its hold on I I said no, I got it. Fireworks. Stop it! Yeah. Fireworks barbecuing. Yes, the answer barbecue freedom, petal, afraid of meats and barbecue. We That's what 17 77. A Joe on the radio. We see a phone calls 87797 29 99 a lot to get into today and, uh, how would you do when you go? You staying home? Staying local? Yeah. I think I'm going to barbecue on on Sunday. The weather is kind of unsettled the next two days, so I don't know I Vince Miko big fan of the show. I got this cigars and some Army T shirt So I might smoke that cigar comical that, Vince. Thank which I will. I will bring yours tonight. I will bring your teeth. We have a We have a Uh, but but he was in the army and he's in the Army reserve and he's and he's always going out. Seems like every weekend and he got us Army like T shirts. So we appreciate that very much. And he has the right size and cigars as well. And then we will go to tonight. And this is for your Children or your grandchildren. Mikey Piscopo performing with his band 50 50 there tonight. It's at Crossroads. Remember Judy Gold came on the show comedian Judy Gold. That's where you get the vehicles Crossroads and Garwood, New Jersey, and I'm going like what is that now? So that's a great club. So now I check it out. So I say to making the band you should play this club because I think they do a lot of rock bands, Lo and behold. They got booked tonight. The show is 10 PM Awesome so that that that's a little bit of a nap so I can stay awake and give me a ride? No, no looking at right, we gotta it's going to be very, very late. So what I say for your parents or your great if the parents and the grandparents fun this is for the kids he's playing, you know, and I'll I will be there for sure. So it's gonna be exciting. Speaking of Judy Gold, I saw her last night on on the food network. She was a guest on, you know, beat Bobby Flay or whatever. So I told my son I said, Hey, I said, you know, did you know that Judy Gold is originally from Clark and he goes? Yeah. And I said you and her of something in comedy goes. What's that? You both hate the high school. So there you go. I mean, you know, so And you both did because she hated going to school there, so and so does my son. Flying 10. Okay. What New York Eating contest happens every fourth of July. We know that Right, Captain. That's Nathan's We talked with Nathan's yesterday. Pat La Frieda will tell us about that, By the way, the Nathan's hot Dog contest the champion, the women's champion, she is not competing this year. Apparently why? Because she's pregnant. So she can't She can't compete. Uh, the woman's champion from last year, the name escapes Japanese woman. I forgot. I forgot her name. She's She's unbelievable. Like this is a great question. Okay? You know what I get? I get sucked into these trivia questions online. Do you do that? And they are now I'm into it now And then I end up playing a million things to do, and I'm playing the quiz daily thing. And so here's another one now. Who was the inspiration for Uncle Sam, inventor Samuel Morris meatpacker Samuel Wilson, the creators father, author Samuel Clemens. This is a good Uncle Sam. I'll say create his father. So it's supposed to be like that. The creators father Jesus, Yeah, No, I'm not. Jesus Allah creators Father. Jesus God, the Holy Spirit. You just like saying Jesus, I do you You will come home soon. I think I think it was Joe you. You're good. Wasn't Samuel Clemens. Mark Twain. So I I don't know that yet. So I don't know. Uh, the second answer. I'm going to go with. Yeah, I'll go with whoever the first one was. I think it was the first one afraid of meats is that you know, that's the other Pat Loffredo was me, Patrick. Absolutely because it says, Look, meatpacker Samuel Wilson, Right? That's who I'm going with. You sent me meatpacker Samuel Wilson. All right, and we're going situation that's actually go. What else? Maybe inventor. Same as always. Right. So we'll go. No, no, no. I would go to create his father. But I'm going to go without meat Packer, Sammy Wilson Bone. Yes. You got it happen that C Can you figure that out? I took it. Get it. Meet theme. Fourth of July for us on the show Meatpackers. Samuel Wilson. Now it is. This is this is the Uncle Sam. I want you. You join the military. I'm going to go make a hamburger, but I want you. I want you right now. Look at all. Remind me Joe to tell Pat that when we chat with Mr Yes, Absolutely. That's that's a great history. Right? There we go. One more..
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"fred waring" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Good good good because i want you to feel connected invalidated. I really do i really do. We us is because we're all connected right through like some cosmic thing and and so as we us is she wants to be referred to. That's good. that's good. Oh no no. And she said myself and she said 'i tons a bunch of times and there was another life form actually in that video you'll see crossing behind. Her was her dog The dog was the The smarter of the two creatures in that video. That girl is out to lunch and she's not coming back for dinner. There's something she's out lewis she and The president of the united states both out to lunch right now and they're not coming home for dinner so well the only one eats together or if they just both left separately in their eating separately but They're they're not coming back. So that's that's crazy. That's tragic i just. I was just wondering if if these kinds of things had been popular in the eighties and nineties like this kind of social media and we would have had all these videos from people that we didn't have eighties nineties. Would things have been this weird in the eighties and nineties is it. Is it that social media just shows us the freaks or are there more of them i. I wonder if it's if it's worse than iraq was or we just see it all now. You know this is. This is an interesting point. Because like i don't want to spend forever talking about this but if you read history i mean bad things have happened forever in fact right now my kids and i know we're reading about the boston police riots. You know coolidge was the governor in massachusetts at the time and in the way they describe what was happening in the city sounds like minneapolis a year ago. And so you read that and you're like oh okay. Well then it's happened because we've been here before and it talks about you know. Caring stuff out of the shops and looting and all this stuff really and you're like okay okay then. Eighteen nineteen boston. Police went on strike in the town was set on fire. So we knew this who this america now that that does kinda give you hope. Doesn't it so for it's like do we just not know about these in our in our face. I do think that's what it is and now they just have this path. They have this forum now and they can share their weirdness with everybody and so what we post things on the internet. Yeah i i think. In addition to we see them now is that policy politicians. They encourage this behavior. They empowered they. They created a safe space for it to nurture. And because you know everybody. Every town had someone across dresser right that you would see here and there yes and to be like. Oh there's fred waring address okay. We'll now fred's got special protections codified into law that you can't even look at him crosswise andy. Reed's the three and four year olds at the library. So while i think it's a case of there just in our face more. I think it's the fact that that that that behavior is nurtured. Yeah yeah i think so. So it's a little bit of both. I mean it. Things are weirder but we do also see the weirdos Who who existed before but we just see them all now and it didn't use to be illegal to call them weirdos right. She's did you see in canada. Speaking of that the hate speech thing where they're gonna find you sixteen thousand dollars for hate speech online and they they determine what hates this is that thing. They passed in the middle of the night last week. Yeah and it can go up to. I think it was fifty thousand dollars. If it's bad hate speech what canada. You don't have freedom of speech at all anymore in canada. Yeah and. I don't know if this is where you wanna play the update a pastor up there in canada. Let's do okay this tell you. It's the update on the past canada. Guys and it's breaking so here. It is so pastor was found guilty today for contempt for hosting worship services twenty eight monday. Twenty twenty one. He was found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt of contempt of two separate quarters during a brief virtual court appearance today. The first guilty verdict was regarding justice. John rooks may six court order which never even named pastor archer or his church. That one named the whistle shop. Stop cafe chris. Got an prohibited illegal public gaming's the second contempt conviction related to justice. David gates court order. That order was sought out in secret. Knowledge of past lawyers on april twenty third and improperly pastor on april twenty fourth so one month from july twenty seventh court will hear arguments from the ah on sanctions against the pillow skis which may include a term of imprisonment. You can all a pastor artists moxie funding the total revenues. I never thought i'd have to say this but let's fight back against religious persecution in canada in canada. Wow how could you have never thought that k. It's been going on a long time. Can't remember the started time about what twenty years ago when they started Saying your sermons couldn't have references to homosexuality negative way or something like that been. That's been a long time ago. And they were they. Were getting you off the street. If you're if you're reading certain passages from the bible and the bible it was like The you're right the passages about homosexuality you couldn't do it without being arrested. Unbelievable that is unbelievable. The guy could actually do a prison term because he had a worship service. Did anybody even get cove covid. Nineteen did is there a single parishioner who came away with covid nineteen because they went to one of his services. Does that not matter. I mean he did he cause any harm whatsoever. As far as i know he didn't nowhere in this world. Do these lockdowns have public safety in mind. Nowhere that's right you. can we please. Since we're taking a tour the world and the insanity cova lockdowns. Can we please play the french video from last night. Where some guy wins like a governorship or something and getting ready to go on. They're gonna take speech live. They don't realize that the news station has already switched to this live event. Nobody as part of this guy's posse has a mask on and then watch what happens..
"fred waring" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Richmond and in Chicago. It was later was until 75 that Fred Sanders came on. W make you but, you know, and coarse W S. M had Harold Hensley, who was operate announcer, but it was very common. For the 50 kilowatt station. W W L W had Jack Reno and W B T had truck and Tom Miller. Yes. So I remember all these guys. Wow. What? I was a little kid. I used to think that when they were playing records, you know they were there alive a lot, but in the local station In westerly Rhode Island, right off of Connecticut. Here. I always used to think there was a whole band there. I never realized there was actually a record to my mother. When I was sick in his kid. My mother got me a cake. Learning about stuff and she did. A tour of the Tonight didn't realize what records were. I thought it was people there. Well, you know, it used to be back back before well, really before the advent of television most of the time, it was like performances and in the forties, I guess, I guess was 41. There was a big strike of the ASCAP up musicians because of recorded music and know them as the FM. James C. Petrillo, the American Federation music musicians they struck and because they didn't want stations to be able to play recorded music, and there were all sorts of things about that. And back Then there was no tape, of course, magnetic tape, which was later used in a variety of ways, But so everything was pressed to disk like the commercials and the news and all that. You cut him on lates. You'd have blanks and you cut him. And so that's the way that's the way it was done. Oh, you know what? I'd really what I really enjoyed. And I picture that as a radio studio if I ever read Won the lottery or anything. Do you remember the movie? Oh, brother, where art thou? No, I'm not a movie person. Okay. It was all about a band. But with I think it was George Clooney and a couple other fills, but they had one of these studios that they went to they wantedto cut a song. And it was like In Tennessee. It was up on a hill had a big antenna, and they had one of those big microphones like Orson Welles would use the Olsen into. Yeah, and I'm aware of that movie that was the Cone brothers. Produced it. How was that? That's the same fellows did Fargo. I think a bunch in a bunch of other weird stuff, So Yeah, that's it. That's who produced them over, But I've never I've never seen it. But, yeah, in my lifetime. You didn't normally have everybody singing around a microphone. Even in the sixties, you individually tracked it Now, you know, this is prior to eight tracks and things like that. But nonetheless, you you hopefully got a got a decent ambiance out of it. If you were all using one microphone, man, I'd hate to think of the acoustics. That Well, well, remember, Mr Green Jeans, said one of those big microphones on Captain Kangaroo when I was a little kid, that's hilarious. I don't know. I'm sure it was a prop. But how about that anyway? Yeah, I missed Mr Genes. Hey, I appreciate you taking my call, and I don't have a pencil to write your number down and again, But when I got your number off the air again, I couldn't catch catch you right at midnight on Tuesday. Here are Monday here. Yeah. So have a good night. Well, all right, you too. By the way, while I missed Mr Green Jeans on Captain Kangaroo, he actually was a singer with Fred Waring. So he would. Yeah, with Fred World So he wasn't really a singer, and he wasn't just on the kid's show on Fred Waring. In this Pennsylvanians. He was lumpy. Wow. Yep, Well it there was a song by Castle. I think it was CASS Elliot, but she went back to the folk songs or whatever they called it like in the forties and thirties. That song Dream a little dream of me And I would like to hear that if you could ever find the original before she did it. Oh, yeah, I I could not tonight for trivia, but I will write that down and do that. Okay. Also in your on from what is it Monday to Monday to Thursday 10 to 1. Okay. Monday, the Thursday 10 to 1. Okay, Well, thank you. Holly. Holly. Thanks for calling. Appreciate it. All right. So, yes, dreaming dreaming about you and yeah, Lumpy Branham. That was Mr Green Jeans. All right, You know that had to be interesting that he was willing to go for that gig. I'm sure there's a story there. All right, So we're playing for you, and hopefully we're playing it with you. 8888765593. If it's busy, just call back and we'll get to David and Michigan. Judy's in North Carolina. Dennis is an Elgin, Illinois. Hey, thinks he knows a a bumper. Oh, good. Well, we're gonna go there next because I do like talking about the bumpers. And Murfreesboro. Steve is there and Gary and old Park alright, Attendance will be taken 8888765593 88 88 rolling on WGN Radio Vice can donate it's your play Time Yo plays leads.