35 Burst results for "Gerald Ford"
David Gergen Shares His Experiences in the Nixon Administration
"David, I want to start because there's some people in the audience. I get new affiliates every month, and we get 400 and right now. I want them to know that you work for RN, you work for Gerald Ford, you work for Ronald Reagan, you work for Clinton. But you have different sort of styles and roles for each of them. Let's start with president Nixon. What'd you do in the Nixon White House? Nixon White House, I came in, I've been in the navy. I went to law school and I went in the navy for three and a half years. My last year, you know, I was assigned to come back to come to Washington to work on draft reform. That was the time when Nixon had launched a random lottery to determine what draft number you got and whether you're going to go to Vietnam or not. And we tried to clean that up, they ran a bogus in some ways, I ran the moderator first year out. I'll tell you, you have time for a little story. We got lots of time. We can go a long time today. Okay, super. Well, so the next one out of The White House orders a random lottery to determine who goes to Vietnam. The Lewis Hershey was then head of the draft. He was sort of the J. Edgar Hoover of the drafts. And so Hershey did something they did back in the Second World War, which was a very popular war. They got a bowl, they got capsules, and they put January 1 in the first capsule, put it in a bowl, and then January 2, all the days of January, then February, all the way up through the days of December the last ones into the boat. Got a spoon started up a little bit. Put it in the closet. And then on the day on the random monitor, they brought it to bowl, reached in for number one, you ought to Vietnam. And it was like November 15th. And then all of the early all of the early numbers and all of the early draws were from late in the year. So the whole thing was tilted.
Mark Had a Very Interesting Relationship With Senator Orrin Hatch
"They also want to mention senator orrin hatch we had quite an interesting relationship When I was a very young man in first came to Washington D.C. one of the senators I admired the most Was orrin hatch even before I came to Washington D.C. he was elected at a very young age memory serves 42 or 44 years old for the first office he ever ran for United States Senate He was a lawyer That was it I think it was 44 And he took out a long-term moderate actually a Liberal Democrat who pretended to be a moderate Had won two or three terms out of Utah And he want to see as part of a wave of reaganism Now I don't mean they ran the same year But Reagan was rising he was rising in the Republican Party He was challenging Gerald Ford and
"gerald ford" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast
"Officials? Why would this not be something we want to grab on to today? Ford talked about this now over 50 years ago. And it still seems that even Republicans and Democrats to, again, continually move around to saying, let's tweak the role of federal government, let's tweak these areas of problems that we find on the federal level. And if we fix it here, then that'll just trickle down, so to speak to the locals. And instead, Ford was very much of an advocate of getting out of the government control process in Washington, D.C. to as much as he would in of direct his spending and things that were coming out of Washington far as regulations, but what he would do was is he actually was talking about block grant, sending the money if you're going to send the money to a state or locality that send it in a block grant and allow the states to manage that to be accountable for that money that the federal government is sending them. At that point, you can then say and allow the locals to say, okay, here's how best this money can be spent. Really reiterating the fact that money spent in rural north Georgia probably is different than the way money would be spent in urban New York City. But when you have a one size fits all policy, when you have a one size governance policy, which Ford, I think here is speaking out against. He's saying, look, he said, we don't have all the answers in Washington D.C.. In fact, we believe in what he was encouraging, was his Congress to look at the issues into then empower local officials and even state officials to say, what and how can you best solve the problems in your area? And it was what he sort of laid out here in saying, returning it to local officials. Can you imagine right now of conservatives would start embracing the ideas that we're starting that are not just being heard in the halls of power of Congress, but we're saying in the voting booth. We saw it last year in Virginia. We see it and we've seen it in local elections and school board elections across the country from San Francisco to Texas to New York where people coming out of this pandemic and in the pandemic are very frustrated with how education was being run how school boards were making decisions concerning masking concerning schools being in session concerning teachers being, you know, how much online learning, how much in person learning, all of this became a point. And when people started showing up parents started showing up to meetings, they were basically rebuffed. They were told in many ways, it was not their problem. And given the impression of why would you question our ideas with a professionals, you're not. And frankly, this is one of the best examples of way the people that we can find is that the people decided, no, the we're the ones who elected you, we're the ones that these are our children if you're talking about and that you'll be a part of will be a part of that decision making process. It may not be on the board itself but we're going to give our input and then when times for election come up, if we feel that you've not done a good job, then we're going to vote you out. We saw that in recalls in California of a school board in San Francisco. So this thought of local control all been around Gerald Ford chooses to bring it out in his last speech before Congress. And I think in a very sensible way. Again, it was into the bigger picture of Gerald Ford looking at how he came into office. The issues that were surrounding it and realizing that if we're this messed up in Washington, D.C., then maybe what we need to do is start looking to the more of a local control more of a local balance of how we can involve people in the decision making process. So again, as we move through this, you see this probability come up more and more. He talks about his accomplishments, talks about China. It's interesting that in the mid 70s, China is only talked about in the terms of we're reaching out. We're seeing that potential. Again, if you go back and look at history, China, although very dominant in our society today, China in the mid 70s was a very much backwards third world. Country. It was even worse than you could imagine with its people. It had no money, had no resource and was just beginning to realize that they could not sustain the way they were going by simply being isolated from the world. And so he does mention China here and I mentioned I'm talking about Africa and other places, but it's interesting to know that China was not on the radar as we would see.
Gerald Ford Knew US Policy Was Not 'One Size Fits All'
"gerald ford" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast
"Glad to have you back down the Doug Collins podcast. Going to jump back into this series that we've been doing talking about the final address as a president and how they actually interact today in today's is one that's going to get really in depth. Not only for the content that it had land but how it relates to today. And that is the Gerald Ford address from 1977. He was the several things that we're going to get into at Gerald Ford that may surprise you in from his background from the things that he went through in his time and not only the House representatives, but going back to even being a football player at the University of Michigan. But one I need you to do is also as you getting ready today is take this download it, like it, share it if you have a comment on there that helps put comments wherever you get your podcasts. That helps us as we share this information with friends. I know a lot of you already sharing. We want to continue to see that happen, but you download, subscribe, share it with your Friends. That helps us grow our podcast family here on the dot com's podcast and we're glad that you're a part of it. So let's dig in. This was a speech that was given by Gerald Ford president of the United States in 1977. It was January. It was his State of the Union, and I think he went ahead and took it to the State of the Union because Gerald Ford has an interesting perspective of being the only person ever to serve as president. And vice president, both, and never be elected to those offices. He was a member of the House of Representatives when Spiro Agnew resigned from the vice president. He was appointed by Richard Nixon to become vice president after Richard Nixon resigned. He taking again through the Twenty-fifth Amendment became president of the United States. So he serves as the only person to have ever served as president of this country without actually being elected. We've had some who have ascended to those roles, but if they actually served, if they serve later, they were actually president, but this was one in which he was actually appointed to the vice president's role, not elected to that vice president's role. So in moving up, it makes it makes an interesting anomaly in history. But it also sort of fits one Gerald Ford. If you look into his background, you look into where he came from. He's a midwesterner, raised in mission, Grand Rapids, went to school at the University of Michigan, played football there was a star football player. In fact, one two national titles there undefeated football teams at the University of Michigan after that went to Yale law school and then served in the United States Navy during World War II came out and began his service in the United States House where he served over 25 years before he was picked to be vice president and president. And looking at this, he also served an interestingly enough on the Warren commission. The Warren commission was the commission was put forth by Lyndon Johnson at the time to look into president Kennedy's assassination. And he also served in that role in looking into that, but also later in the House representative served as a minority leader for the Republicans in the United States House for about 9 years before he became vice president. So an interesting background and a lot of people know though from my generation and others, they know Gerald Ford to be sort of an anomaly. He was an interesting role in our time in our history, and I think we'll go down in history as that president who was bridging the gap. He bridged the gap between Richard Nixon and the problems of Watergate and the scandals, the, just the Vietnam War ending, there's so many things that were going on at the end of the Nixon administration that would influence his administration and also the bridge between what would then be the Carter administration. He was really putting a no win situation. He spent over 30 months roughly as president. And from the perspective of how he came in, how he had to deal with the issues that were confronting him. His job, frankly, became more of a caretaker role than anything else. The country was in an economic situation which calls high inflation, high interest rates. We had an oil, we were coming off of the oil embargo, 73, 74. This is all that was in his, you know, not only foreign policy makes, but also his domestic policy mix as well. So this is someone that it's interesting to see the words and what he chose on his final State of the Union as he called it to the Congress to emphasize as he was moving forward in his life, but also in the country's life in this transition period. So let's start as we go. And I think one of the interesting things that was for me that he started with was a focus on 1776 and 19 76. The 200 year anniversary of our country. The country went through an enormous birthday party if you would, and 1976, it was the 200th anniversary of our country. There was a lot of celebrations going on. And what was interesting is he started his conversation in this speech saying that he is the first real study of the union in the first presidential address of this stature of the next hundred years in our future. The next for 200 now he's looking at the next hundred years. And I think that was a good place for him to start. He was coming out of a time in which our country at the mid 1970s, early 1970s, was probably as close to an existential crisis that we had seen in the 200 years of our country, coming off of Richard Nixon, who used the political office of president and the powers of the federal government to do things in an election and to against enemies that Richard Nixon had. That we had really not seen before at this level. And it became public caused a very much of a crisis in government that I would argue that stands till today that we still see the hangover if you would of Watergate in many of the discussions and many of the attitudes that Americans have about government. Some rightfully so, some that have been perpetrated about what they saw during the Watergate crisis in which you had officials acting in their own interest, not the interest of America. You had interest of politicians such as Nixon, who used the tools of government to actually expand their power. Why is that important? Well, it's exactly what we're seeing in the last ten years that there's a continuation. It seems that this process. We saw the politicization of the Department of Justice under the Obama administration that ended up in a investigation on a presidential candidate Donald Trump during his campaign with Hillary Clinton and this turned into what we now know is the Russia hoax, the involvement of Donald Trump being accused of being in cahoots with the Russians. The sham impeachment. I mean, they're just the Mueller investigation. But all of it tied back to the fact if you look in the last few years, the same echoes of problems that we saw in Watergate actually began to show themselves in the determination with the intelligence community and the Department of Justice, FBI,.
Getting to Know Gerald Ford, the 38th President of the United States
"Let's dig in. This was a speech that was given by Gerald Ford president of the United States in 1977. It was January. It was his State of the Union, and I think he went ahead and took it to the State of the Union because Gerald Ford has an interesting perspective of being the only person ever to serve as president. And vice president, both, and never be elected to those offices. He was a member of the House of Representatives when Spiro Agnew resigned from the vice president. He was appointed by Richard Nixon to become vice president after Richard Nixon resigned. He taking again through the Twenty-fifth Amendment became president of the United States. So he serves as the only person to have ever served as president of this country without actually being elected. We've had some who have ascended to those roles, but if they actually served, if they serve later, they were actually president, but this was one in which he was actually appointed to the vice president's role, not elected to that vice president's role. So in moving up, it makes it makes an interesting anomaly in history. But it also sort of fits one Gerald Ford. If you look into his background, you look into where he came from. He's a midwesterner, raised in mission, Grand Rapids, went to school at the University of Michigan, played football there was a star football player. In fact, one two national titles there undefeated football teams at the University of Michigan after that went to Yale law school and then served in the United States Navy during World War II came out and began his service in the United States House where he served over 25 years before he was picked to be vice president and president.
Pulitzer winner Walter Mears dies, AP's 'Boy on the Bus'
"Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Walter Mears who was featured in the book the boys on the bus has died at age eighty seven died Thursday in North Carolina he had cancer according to his daughters he was the Associated Press Washington bureau chief and the wire services executive editor and VP over four decades Mears covered eleven presidential campaigns winning the Pulitzer for writing about Jimmy Carter defeating Gerald Ford in two thousand and three he wrote his memoir deadlines passed and in the boys on the bus Mears ability to find the essence of the story while it was still going on and get it out became a legend among peers with a catch phrase what's the lead Walter of his journalistic ability a colleague once said Mears writes faster than most people think I'm Julie Walker
"gerald ford" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Though what these squawkers would do if they were in charge No need to wonder just look back to 1974 when Americans were being pummeled by press spikes the top 12% Nearly double what we're enduring today but bad guys president Gerald Ford and his Republican contingent in Congress met the challenge head on with a new magical program of economic uplift they called win With inflation now but it was nothing just a political slogan with no magic and no action behind it Price controls antitrust action No no GOP Inc didn't want to offend much less punish corporate Titans for a little profiteering so they shifted the blame for inflation to consumers demanding that families just say no to price gouging For himself went on national TV urging fellow citizens to join him in buying quote only those products and services priced at her below president levels The core of the Republican program then was telling hard hit wage earners to battle the monopolistic behemoths of big oil big pharma big food at all On their own by simply refusing to pay inflated prices for the gasoline medicines groceries and such that hello they had to have As a reward everyone who signed a form promising to be an inflation fighter was sent a nifty win button indicating their patriotic participation Sure enough Americans responded enthusiastically with an avalanche of ridicule Even forged top economic adviser was whopper jawed by the GOP's idea that the substance of their policy was a political.
Will Biden Nominate Kamala Harris to SCOTUS?
"To. Let me ask you the issue of Kamala Harris being floated as a potential nominee for the Supreme Court. She is a floater. She is definitely a floater to replace breyer, she really is somebody that anybody who knows what's going on behind the scenes knows that the Biden camp despises the Harris camp and vice versa. They're like each other. And they're both right. And they both have a lot of good points in their hatred. It's proof you can sleep your way to the middle and just sort of float to the top of the bowl. Well, of course, I have no idea what you're referring to, but let me say you say this. It is genuinely likely that Biden will see this as an opportunity to get her out of the way by promoting her to the Supreme Court because she's already a known figure. And then installing as his vice president, you know, a Gerald Ford type, a governor Rockefeller type. Somebody behind maybe a nurse or, you know, maybe a Doctor Who specializes in vegetative states, maybe Fauci. I think the one they want somebody better at preserving human life. Maybe they'd get Peter
The Omicron Non-Emergency
"The non emergency, according to The Wall Street Journal. The World Health Organization obviously is saying that the new variant poses a high new risk. And that beyond the large mutations in its spike protein, that we don't know that if this has increased transmissibility or could make vaccine antibodies less effective. South African doctors say that the cases are milder and cause different symptoms noticeably fatigue. Many are young people who might be expected to have milder symptoms. But breakthrough infections have also been mild. I don't think it will blow over. But I think it will be a mild disease hopefully. Despite all of this, European countries are now entertaining another round of lockdowns. Because they worried that socialized healthcare systems could get overwhelmed. This is The Wall Street Journal I'm reading from. 92% of adults in America have COVID antibodies. 92%. As of September from vaccines or prior infection. That means only 8% of America hasn't yet been exposed to the virus. Governor Cathy hoka, who of course is trying to win another term, she hasn't even won one term. Let's just say, when a term as governor, she's the accidental governor, she's like Gerald Ford. She she thinks that you become governor of New York by sewing fear and having total shutdowns and lockdowns, somehow that is something that state of New York wants.
"gerald ford" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics
"Before we get our news update. We have a quick correction from our reagan episode. I said that reagan was the first president to survive an assassination attempt and we got a million messages including one from gerald ford's granddaughter. Y'all about fell out would share. That was not the case. Okay so at first. I thought that i got it wrong. Because he was the first one physically injured to survive an attempt. Because there's been lots of attempts like andrew. Let's be firing guns at don't hit and that's what happened with gerald ford like back to back to and this is the craziest part to me. I fell down and listen. I fell down a internet whole about this assassination thing. I went on an assassination vacation. The two people who attempted to assassinate gerald ford were women. Did you look this up to no. But i am going to have to look it up now. I'm seeing all your notes here. And i'm like i need to know more about this. Yeah one of them was a follower of charles manson. She went by the nickname. Squeaky if that doesn't get you on wikipedia. I don't know what will but so. These two women tried to assassinate gerald ford in september of nineteen. Seventy five one gun didn't go off when somebody kinda like hit her hands. I think basically. And so i thought okay. Well maybe we need a word for assassination attempt. That didn't actually physically injure the person but teddy roosevelt got shot. He only was saved by the very thick bundle of papers. He was easy for a speech that the bullet had to get through. I but it did lodge in his chest and it was there until he died so i guess it was teddy roosevelt. Then reagan who like survived attempts. That physically injured them creating a new category here. There is nothing so perspective inducing as thinking about past assassinations assassination attempts. Whenever i feel like we live in the worst of times everything is the hardest. Everything is on fire. I remember no we do. Not things are difficult they have always been so and when people are running around trying to shoot the president that is a whole new category of outrageous.
"gerald ford" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Glad to be here. 702257. 5396 is how you join the conversation. Let's go ahead and get right back to business. James Europe next Welcome to the program. Wealthy. Thanks for having me on. I call infrequently, but it lives in a lot. I was a combat engineer in the Air Force. I've called a couple times before I'm a day older than you are. I was commissioned in 1991 served five years in the Air Force. And I just wanted to remind Carl about the history of the Democratic Party because he's so insistent on lecturing us in 18 57 was the dread Scott case. Okay? John Wilkes Booth was fascinating. Abraham Lincoln was a federal Democratic Klux Klan. Lynching. Poll taxes segregation. Literacy tests. 1942 Korematsu decision Okay, filibustering against the Civil Rights Act three acts of the 19 sixties. Al Gore. June Al Gore Sr Robert Byrd and William Fulbright. All mentors, the Clintons Gore's Obviously Al Gore's dad. Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden. They have a lot to apologize for all the presidential assassins John Wilkes Booth, Charles Guiteau of French assassin of James Garfield, Leon Salgado. A Balkan assassin of John William McKinley. Lee Harvey Oswald, a Marxist who married a Russian who killed John F. Kennedy. John Hinckley, who almost killed Ronald Reagan Squeaky Fromme Manson cult member who almost killed Gerald Ford. Barbara and more Patty Hearst all these reprobates all these anarchists, all these revolutionaries. How about the 1924 Democratic National Convention in New York City of Madison Square Garden, the Klan convention, Franklin Roosevelt attended his cousin Teddy was almost murdered in 1912 when there's a bull moose, sir running for the Republican nomination. In Milwaukee by socialist anarchist Marxist and that job Harry Truman almost killed by the FAA. Ln the Puerto Rican terrorist Okay, so the Republicans have zero to apologize for Harriet Grubman, Frederick Douglass, Booker T. Washington All those great people. Jackie Robinson, Sammy Davis Jr. All black Republicans. Any any African American who is a Democrat doesn't know their history or they've been brainwashed. There's a video called er video dot com. Which is a bunch of African American Republicans who tell the real history of the Democratic Party, which I've laid out chapter and verse a little or we get lectured. I'm glad you had venom in your voice. You talk to Carl. Because he deserves it because he takes potshots at people like myself or Brady or JD if we're off the air, and then he calls, so turnabout is fair play, pal. And if you claim to be a psychologist, psychiatrist, the only exposure you had to the psychiatric community with as a patient in a straitjacket and in a pad itself, By the way, I got three college degrees, unlike Joe Biden, and they're all in engineering there anyone you want to play jeopardy. Carl on any subject under the sun, including psychology. I'll take you on anytime. Anyplace anywhere and I'll do with my hand is hands tied behind my back and blindfolded because I'm also completely blind, okay? There you go, James. So well said, and and so needed. Thank you and appreciate your service that you gave to the country for five years. I appreciate that brother. And Yeah, you just laid it out everything you said you can't argue. You can't even try to argue, because it's fact. With the left doesn't like to operate. On fact, James. They operate on emotion and made up logic. That's what it is. You know what? And I know it. But real people know the truth. They're starting to find more of the truth. You know, Newsmax TV. They help with the truth. If you haven't been watching Newsmax, you should why they're the fastest growing cable news channel in America. In fact, They covered the recent Trump rally. If you watch that a few weeks ago, when other cable news networks refused to carry it that alone should have you go to your cable company. If they're not carrying Newsmax and say, Carry it or else switch. You can also catch Newsmax on your smart TVs for free on row coup, Amazon fire Zuma and many of these other platforms and you can do what I've done. And what?.
Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld Dies at 88
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting former defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld has died Donald Rumsfeld who served as secretary of defense in two administrations died Tuesday according to a statement from his family he was eighty eight Rumsfeld enjoyed a long career in government working under four US presidents he was defense secretary under president Gerald Ford and return to lead the Pentagon in two thousand one under president George W. bush in the aftermath of the September eleventh terrorist attacks in two thousand one Rumsfeld oversaw the US invasion of Afghanistan in two thousand three and the overthrow of Saddam Hussein in Iraq as he retired in December two thousand six Rumsfeld told the troops in a recorded message it has been the highest honor of my life to serve with you the men and women of the US armed forces Mike Rossio Washington
Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld Dies at 88
"Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld has died. He was secretary defense for President Gerald Ford, also under George W. Bush. Presided over the Cold War strategies in the seventies. And, of course, the terrorism that marked the bush presidency. Um, also the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Afghanistan I should say died today, died yesterday. I'm sorry at the at his home. In New Mexico at the age of 88 multiple myeloma was the cause, and he was one of those rare. Politicians in general, one of those rare Cabinet members who made sort of the, uh, the encore in all of this. He served under President Ford from 75 to 77, then served for five years under George W. He was at the, uh, the youngest and the oldest. To hold the post ever 43 years old when he first served under Gerald Ford and then 74 when he served under George W. Bush, staunch ally of former Vice President Cheney, who had been his protege and friend for a long time.
Polls Say 52% Approve of Biden
"It's less than a week until President Biden's 100 Day in office and a new poll takes a look at his approval. Rating. Details from ABC is Derek Dennis. The new ABC News Washington Post poll shows. Biden has the third lowest job approval rating for any president at 100 days since Harry Truman Just 52% of Americans approve of Biden's performance so far on Lee Lower was Gerald Ford at 48% in 1974 and Donald Trump at 42% in 2017. Biden's hi mark his handling of the pandemic, his low mark the immigration crisis at the US Mexico
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
Former Sen. Bob Dole and Republican elder statesman, 97, announces he has advanced lung cancer
"Bearer is now facing a cancer diagnosis were long term Kansas Senator Bob Dole has announced he has stage four lung cancer that 97 Year old says he will begin treatment within a week. Dole was the Republican presidential nominee in 1996 when he lost to incumbent President Bill Clinton. Dole, who was badly hurt Did World War two was President Gerald Ford's vice presidential running mate in 1976 when Ford lost to Democrat Jimmy Carter Jim Krystle, a
Bob Dole says he's been diagnosed with Stage 4 lung cancer
"Bob Dole announced that he has been diagnosed with stage four lung cancer a former longtime senator for Kansas in the nineteen ninety six Republican presidential nominee Bob Dole said in a short statement that he had been diagnosed recently with stage for lung cancer and we begin treatment on Monday while I certainly have some hurdles ahead he wrote I also know that I join millions of Americans who face significant health challenges of their own dole received an immediate outpouring of sympathy and well wishes from across the political spectrum Bob Dole was injured in World War two charging a German position in northern Italy he overcame is disabling war wounds to forge a lengthy political career goal was president Gerald Ford's vice presidential running mate in nineteen seventy six when Ford lost to Jimmy Carter and the GOP nominee in nineteen ninety six when he challenged Bill Clinton dole represented Kansas in Congress for almost thirty six years Jennifer king Washington
"gerald ford" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Isn't from Gerald Ford to Barack Obama. He won two Peabody Awards King was 87. The cove in 19 Numbers in L. A county are looking a little better. But according to county health director Barbara For rare, That's not a reason to back off personal safety and health habits. Cases of the virus are down 30% over the last week, and the number of patients is down 7% for the same time period. At last count. There were 7263 people in the hospital with covert 19. Ferrer says the vaccine is also expected to help lower the numbers as well, She says. Now that the FDA has cleared a questionable batch of the modern, A vaccine on additional 18,000 doses will become available for use throughout the county. Steve Gregory Ko Phi News. Orange County has plans to streamline the process for bodies because of a backlog caused by covert. 19 supervisor Lisa Bartlett says much of the problem has to do with getting the various stakeholders together to hash out a better plan so that we get things done efficiently. And we put all of the families at ease that everything is being properly handled in a efficient manner. She says. Part of the problem is a limit on the number of cremations and burials that are allowed per day due to air quality rules and contracts with cemeteries. Other issues have to do with paperwork and transportation. The Archdiocese of Ella says it's Catholic cemeteries and mortuaries have started offering contact list burial options because of the increased demand for funeral services. Officials say funeral arrangements will be able to be made over the phone and through email. Not all families will be able to attend the burials. But the cemeteries will be open for visits. Governor Newsome has proposed a state stimulus that he says could start in the next few weeks. We refer to it is the golden State stimulus $600 checks in the hands of a least four million people that otherwise received the earn income tax credit. The payment will go to people in the state with an annual income of less than $30,000. Newsome says the program will help low income families across the state that have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic. President Biden has signed new executive actions to address the economic impacts of the ongoing Corona virus outbreak. Biden hosted a White House event and said the crisis is only deepening. This is an economic imperative. Ah growing economic consensus that we must act decisively and boldly to grow the economy for all Americans, not just for tomorrow, but in the future, he says Congress needs to approve his new stimulus proposal. Some Republicans have complained about the cost of that stimulus package. It totals nearly $2 trillion Capitol police have opened an investigation and after a Republican lawmaker was busted with a concealed gun, Maryland Republican Congressman Andy Harris set off the metal detector. While trying to enter the House chamber on Thursday. Now a statement from Harris, his team says he has a gun permit, and he has never carried a gun on the House floor. It says Harris had been threatened and he had the gun for self defense. Seriously moment on the Senate floor is drawing online laughs. When majority leader Chuck Schumer fumbled his words. Schumer was delivering a speech about the upcoming Senate impeachment trial when he got tongue tied if they believe Donald, John Donald John Trump Incited the erection. Insurrection against the United States. The slip Up came A Schumer was announcing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will be sending the article of impeachment against former President Trump to the Senate on Monday and one ticket with all the matching numbers in the mega millions. Lottery has Been purchased in Michigan. It is worth $1 billion, and it was bought at a Kroger store a crash.
Michelle Pfeiffer to Play Betty Ford in Showtime Series ‘The First Lady,’ Susanne Bier to Direct
"Actress. Michelle pfeiffer is about to step into the role of the former first lady. Michelle pfeiffer is set to take on the raw betty ford and showtime's upcoming anthology series. The first lady the actress joins the previously announced by davis who will portray michelle obama for the show. No word yet on who will play. Eleanor roosevelt the show will focus on the roles. That the first lady's played in shaping impactful and sometimes world changing decisions during their time in the white house for it is the wife of former president. Gerald ford who was president from nineteen seventy four to nineteen seventy seven. She died at the age of three in two thousand eleven.
"gerald ford" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Trending on this Monday morning this morning, members of the California National Guard were stationed at the Capitol, and you could expect this to be a common sight in downtown Sacramento for the next several days. Here's kfbk Sneaker McGahee, tanks and troops are scattered all around the area to protect government buildings ahead of any potential and rust. Saturday was the first day 1000 Guardsmen deployed around the capital city. Sacramento Police and the CHP are also working together to secure government buildings and keep everyone safe ahead of this week's presidential inauguration. Nikola Gaul. His news 93.1 can PK Elsewhere in the news this morning, Airbnb will cancel all reservations made in Sacramento linked to hate groups ahead of this week's presidential inauguration. Officials with Airbnb say that any bookings made by guess associated with a violent hate group will be canceled. They will also be banned from Airbnb. The California Highway Patrol is also on high alert leading up to Wednesday's inauguration of President elected Joe Biden. Here's kfbk is Dina Kodiak. The alert allows the CHP to increase the number of officers available to help protect the state's roadways, Buildings and the state Capitol in Sacramento. Will patrol Commissioner Amanda Ray said in a statement. The CHP has worked closely with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies to ensure the outcome of the election will be respected and that any protests which may occur are free from violence. The CHP previously ordered state wide tactical alerts on Election Day and during demonstrations following the police killings of George Floyd and Briana Taylor. Dina Kodiak News 93.1 KFBK. Also in the news this morning, a new variant of the coronavirus phone in the Bay Area has been linked to an outbreak at Kaiser permanently and San Jose KFBK. He's Marshall Benson has more state health officials are reporting that the nuke over 19 variant is not the same one that was first detected in the UK. However, this version was located in multiple areas across California, Santa Clara County health officials say it was found in several large outbreaks in the county, including at Kaiser Permanente San Jose Medical Center, where a Christmas Day outbreak infected at least 90 emergency room staff members and several page Shin's Marshall Benson News 93.1 KFBK Governor Gavin Newsom's brother in law, Joshua Irwin. Schiller has been arrested for alleged domestic violence. Police responded to a disturbance at a residence and found that Schiller had reportedly committed an act of domestic violence. The victim, who is the sister of Governor Newsome's wife suffered minor injuries. Schiller was booked in at Marin County Jail. Time now is coming up on the 505. It is time for our featured audio clip this hour. This is something that we do it five minutes past every hour on our program. Every single morning we bring you an audio clip that you may not have heard or may be seen on a local newscast and network newscast, giving you a little bit different perspective on the day's events. Right now we're gonna talk a little bit about the impeachment. There were 10 Republicans who voted to impeach President Trump in the House of Representatives. At least one Republican congressman who voted to impeach President Trump. Maybe having a bit of buyer's remorse this morning. Congressman Peter Mayer. He's a freshman Republican from Michigan, admitted on ABC is this week that he may have ended his political career with that vote. It is our featured audio clip in our Monday morning wrap of the Sunday morning talk shows. Are you concerned? You ended your career with that vote? I may very well have, but I think it's also important that we have elected leaders who are not thinking solely bullets in their individual. Self interest, not what is going to be politically expedient, but what we actually need for the country. It's not lost on me that I hold the seat that Gerald Ford held from 1948 to 1973. He committed a courageous act when he parted Richard Nixon, but it ended his political career going forward. You know, I think that is the obviously don't want to follow in the footsteps in terms of the next election. Interesting that the new congressman Peter Mayer, from Michigan invokes the name of Gerald Ford, who, very famously or infamously pardoned Richard Nixon. And says this might be the end of my career. You just wonder if some of them got caught up in the heat of the moment last week cast their ballot. They saw no evidence. There was no testimony. There were no hearings. And this was rammed through and now they're going back to their district and talking to their base, And those constituents, in some cases are not happy with them, right Voting against the president. So he's not the only one. I saw a couple of others who are having some second thoughts about casting that vote Enter on the Republican side, I might add. Yes. Oh now Kristina and moves forward to the Senate and the debates going to be and we'll play more clips during our future. Our clips throughout the morning. Because this was a hot topic on the Monday morning talk shows. What happens in the United States Senate? Is it constitutional to even have a new Senate vote on an out of a president who's already out of office? In terms of impeachment number one right And should they be doing this? Well, I mean there. There's some motivation here to try to keep President Trump from running ever again on. That would be some of the motivation that Democrats have behind pursuing impeachment. As a zwei move forward with the Joe Biden administration. Others would just like to leave it and move on and forget that chapter and move on with your Biden. So this goes, this goes right to the heart of exactly what you're talking about, because there are those who were saying Democrats gonna go forward with this just so that Trump can't run again. 2024 Willie Brown comes out this morning. In the San Francisco colonel. Interesting read has written opinion piece saying this is the LAPD impeachment of Donald Trump a hearing in the Senate. The last thing that Joe Biden administration needs well, it definitely will be a distraction in the early days is as he tries to implement and he's got an ambitious Schedule of things he wants to do in the 1st 100 days, not to mention that he's got a cabin he wants to get approved by Congress. I mean, he wants to get his people in place. Well, that would be interesting to see if it's seen as a distraction or seen as something the country has to do, Right. All right, let's get you caught up in your national story from ABC News I'm daring are holding her getting 100 Million Americans vaccinated against Covert 19 would be an ambitious goal with any.
"gerald ford" Discussed on Doug Miles Media
"It lasted all the way to gerald ford. There i i did. Not know is part of looking forward to getting the stories about that. It's a triumph of genius. Is the book we're talking about edwin land you're part of the The legal team right In the In the patent.
Best of: When Americas in Crisis, You Cant Find a Canning Jar
"We know even though many of us are having much smaller holiday gatherings this year than in any other. You probably still cook too much as you. Search your stash of mismatch tupperware containers to store leftover turkey and apple pie. Listen back this surprising episode about shortages of another kind of container altogether. I they bought up all the toilet paper then. They came for the flower in yeast. As the weather cools they set their sights on fire pits and patio heaters. The latest pandemic shortage is a little more obscure mason jars. Yes mason jars those squat glass canning jars with a screw neck tops. They're used by folks who make pickles sauces preserves and other homemade delicacies. In more recent years they've also become popular with everyone from crafters to hipster bars newell brands manufacturers many of the most popular types of mason jars including ball and brands and while the company has been relatively mum on the spike in sales of these old products. Newell is having trouble meeting demand. So his rival anchor hocking glass which makes similar lines of canning jars marie bragg who owns an online canning jar retailer called the mason jar. Merchant told cnn. She saw customer start clamoring for canning jars and supplies back in mid august. That hasn't let up a spokesperson for ohio hardware company. Layman's told the washington post that canning supply. Sales are up six hundred percent over last year. The company's having trouble getting jars and litz it's waiting on the equivalent of a ten year supply of canning products from some vendors. The report said there are a few factors contributing to the shortage. I while mason style. Canning jars and screw tops can be reused. The metal disks that create an airtight seal can only be used once. So when demand surged the discs. Were the first items to sell out. A shortage of glass is also complicating things before the pandemic imported glass was hit with tariffs increasing. The cost then when the pandemic hit us porch shutdown. Making it tougher to get glass at all. The pittsburgh post gazette found the pandemic has also contributed to the shortage in other ways. Bread calls it the sour dough. Two point zero with more time on their hands during the pandemic people planet bigger gardens and anyone who's ever seen the sheer volume of tomatoes or zucchini. That can come from one. productive plant. Knows there's no way you can eat all of that produce before it goes bad. People also have more time to spend in the kitchen cooking up all of those canned goods in the meantime government. Officials are worried. That cantor's may resort to unsafe methods of food preservation. That includes reusing canning. Discs can increase the risk of botulism a rare but serious illness. They can be found in food. That's not properly preserved in a statement to cnn. Newell brand said it has increased. Glass production found additional lid manufacturers and take another measure to replenish stock. No word from anchor. Hocking home cantors are turning to marketplaces like ebay and amazon to find the jars and lids they need but horrors have moved in jacking up prices the last time the us face such a canning supply shortage. Congress got involved the quote. Great canning shortage of nineteen seventy-five had worried home. Kanter's demanding answers from congressional representatives and then president gerald ford a series of hearings determined that live makers weren't colluding to price gouge. Instead they were facing a material shortage an unanticipated spike in home canning similar to current circumstances. There's no indication that the current shortage will go in front of congress this time around but perhaps it's nice to know that the nation can show bipartisan support to solve something like a serious canning pickle. The
Biden, Harris are Time's 2020 'Person of the Year'
"Go from here. That's the colossal question. Before president-elect joe biden who was named times person of the year along with vice president elect kamala harris. He's not the first person of the year to be tasked with the future of america. Almost every u s president since the franchise began in nineteen twenty. Eight has been named person of the year at least once excluding calvin coolidge. Herbert hoover and gerald ford but biden is likely the first in a generation to inherit such a crescendo of course trophies. A worsening pandemic that's brought a staggering loss of life widespread unemployment and an economic crisis a global climate crisis a reckoning over the continued pervasiveness of systemic racism and growing misinformation blurring fact and fiction during an interview with time editor in chief and ceo. Edward felsen thal at queens theatre in wilmington delaware. The president-elect discussed his partnership with harris the coming covid nineteen vaccine rollout. His thoughts on pardons and more here are excerpts. From biden's interview edited for clarity on restoring america's middle class if my plan is able to be implemented whole plan. I think it's going to go down as one of the most progressive administrations in american history. We've lost the idea that when ordinary people do well. Everybody does better. It's important that we focus on the things that provide opportunity pardoning donald trump. my justice department will make decisions based on the facts there. The people's lawyers. They're not my lawyers. I'm never going to pick up the phone. And say pardon so. And so or go out and prosecute so. And so. But i lived through gerald ford's pardoning of richard nixon. I think that the law and the circumstance should take its effect. I'm not suggesting. Trumpy prosecuted. Or not. But i would not be engaged in that prematurely. How the pandemic has changed him and us. What's been reinforced is my absolute commitment. That everyone is entitled to health care. It's not about whether or not it's a privilege it's a right. We're the only country in the world that has come out of every crisis stronger than we went into the crisis. I predict we will come out of this crisis stronger than when we went in finding vaccine. Hesitancy the words of a president matter. Whether they're good. Presidents are bad. They matter i joined the three presidents who said they would be publicly vaccinated because i think people will realize that we have to reinstate confidence that science is real if someone with the reputation of anthony fauci and the leading scientists of the country said this vaccine works they should take choosing kamala harris. She is straight as an arrow. She is really really bright. She is tough but yet she has a heart. That understands what it's like to be on the other side of prejudice. She also was an immigrant's daughter who was raised in a strange way like i was. We were taught that we could be anything. Don't give up just move. Keep pushing. And i just found her to be someone who. If in fact something happened to me i knew they could take over. That's kamla
Another Pandemic Shortage Creates Canning Chaos
"I they bought up all the toilet paper then. They came for the flour and yeast. As the weather cools. They set their sights on fire pits and patio heaters. The latest pandemic shortage is a little more obscure mason jars. Yes in charge those squat glass canning jars with a screw neck tops. They're used by folks who make pickle sauces preserves and other homemade delicacies. In more recent years they've also become popular with everyone from crafters to hipster bars newell brands manufacturers many of the most popular types of mason jars including ball incur brands and while the company has been relatively mum on the spike. In sales of these old-timey products newell is having trouble meeting demand. So his rival anchor hocking glass which makes similar lines of canning jars marie bragg who owns an online canning jar retailer called the mason jar merchant told. Cnn she saw customers start clamoring for canning jars and supplies back in mid august. That hasn't let up a spokesperson for ohio hardware company. Layman's told the washington post that canning supply. Sales are up six hundred percent over last year. The company's having trouble getting jars in lit it's waiting on the equivalent of ten years supply of canning products from some vendors. The report said there are a few factors contributing to the shortage. I while mason style. Canning jars and screw tops can be reused. The metal disks that create an airtight seal can only be used once. So when demand surged the discs. Were the first items to sell out. A shortage of glass is also complicating things before the pandemic imported glass was hit with tariffs increasing. The cost then when the pandemic hit. Us port shutdown making it tougher to get glass at all. The pittsburgh post gazette found the pandemic is also contributed to the shortage in other ways. Bread calls it the sour dough. Two point zero with more time on their hands during the pandemic people planet bigger gardens and anyone who's ever seen the sheer volume of tomatoes zucchini. That can come from one. Productive plan knows. There's no way you can eat all of that produce. Before it goes bad people also have more time to spend in the kitchen cooking up all of those canned goods. In the meantime government. Officials are worried. That cantor's may resort to unsafe methods of food preservation that includes reusing canning jar discs which can increase the risk of botulism rare but serious illness that can be found in food. That's not properly preserved in a statement to cnn. Numeral brand said it has increased glass production found additional manufacturers and take other measures to replenish stock. No word from anchor. Hocking home cantors are turning to marketplaces like ebay and amazon. To find the jars and leads. They need but hoarders have moved in jacking up prices the last time the us face such a canning supply shortage. Congress got involved the quote great canning shortage of nineteen seventy five had worried home kanter's demanding answers from congressional representatives and president. Gerald ford a series of hearings determined that lid makers weren't colluding to price gouge. Instead they were facing a material shortage an unanticipated spike in home canning similar to current circumstances. There's no indication that the current shortage will go in front of congress this time around but perhaps it's nice to know that the nation can show bipartisan support to solve something like a serious candy jar. Pick
"gerald ford" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Alabama's morning news. I'm J t hope you're doing well this morning. Our phones are open for If you'd like to kind of get moving Stretch, it'll be went away in. Come on in here this morning, 888910515. Joining us now builds him for our correspondent following what's happening with the campaign. And also these polling numbers, Bill. Good morning. Welcome in a J. T. Good morning. It is coming, whether we want it to or not. I I am so ready for this. I mean, we're talking about it yesterday with some friends. We're out doing the Yunos run around town a little bit, get some to eat into little shopping and taking a look at stuff and everybody's talking about it. It's like Either They can't stand it and they wanted over now or they don't want to talk about it completely there Burnout on it completely, or they're fired up like crazy. I think the majority of folks are going to get out and vote and there's probably gonna be a long waiting lines are although a lot of people have already voted so As we see the surgeon, the absentee ballots and people already voting across our country. It's changing the look of the polling numbers a bit. It's this is interesting because these polling numbers have changed. It is not unusual to have races tighten up in advance of an election and it is just it's very difficult to defeat an incumbent, and I think that's part of the reason too that Ah, you know, these polling organizations realize that it's a difficult thing to do. So ah, these have tightened up a CZ. We move closer to the election. But I started thinking J T on especially after 2016. How much can we rely on any of these poles and look back in history a little bit And things have really changed because traditionally, these national polls that we have seen going back to the thirties really have been very accurate in predicting the winner of a presidential race. Now there have been a couple of big swings and misses like 1948 and Thomas Dewey and Harry Truman. Where Ah Thomas Dewey was up on Truman by five points going into the election ended up losing, of course, 1976 when the polls had Gerald Ford up on Jimmy Carter and Jimmy Carter ended up winning and then Ah, twice Now, in the last 20 years, we've seen cases where Ah person has not won the popular vote but still won the election. Through the electoral college. And as a result of this, these polling organizations of which they're just dozens and dozens out there. J T have been kind of launching a public relations campaign to say Hey, yeah, we know we messed up in 2016. We didn't get it right. But we changed the way we do things, And they say that this election is easier to predict. Then the one in 2016. So they've been trying to convince everybody that they're polling numbers are right. But things are getting tighter and tighter, even though most of the national polls have Joe Biden with a lead of anywhere of 6 to 12 points. Nate. I don't believe it. I don't believe it. I mean, you look at this. You're familiar with the helmet nor path model where he predicts the winner based on how people vote during primaries while he's got Donald Trump with 362 the electoral votes and abide with 176. You need 270 to win and He has got Trump. I mean, literally a landslide here, and if you base it, I don't know if you saw the crowds at the rallies, Of course, surely when President Trump has so many people show up, I mean, 50,000 people recently. You know, Of course, the Democrats will spend that area's again causing more deaths, letting these people come together like that. I know what these people want to come support this president. They don't have you know anybody holding a gun to their head to tell him to show up for these rallies? People are fired up for this president. And when you compare the turnouts for the Biden rallies or bus tours or whatever you want to call his get is parking lot Citians compared to the president's turnouts. I mean, it's it's night and day to be so if that's what's going to happen at the polls. You know, then I think this is gonna be a no brainer for the president. Yeah, well, And like I say this is and you know, even though those polls show that Joe Biden is ahead of the majority of them, J t you can't you can't help but think back to this is exactly where President Trump was four years ago. And you can't help but believe that this is another one that he may just pull out and ah and win reelection. Look based on 20. Yeah. Based on 2016 Bill, we got him right where we want. Yeah, That's what I was going to say. Yeah, Absolutely. You can't count him out. That's for sure. All right. Thanks. Bill 6 18, Alabama's morning. A weekend. A footballer was nice. Big win for Auburn and Alabama will take a look at some of the games in just about three minutes. Alabama's morning news. If you think we're just four wheels.
First presidential debate: Key moments and takeaways
"He won't ever look, unite and say that's what he wants to do. Take it away. I want to give numbers healthcare at a much lower price. Because I know how he doesn't know how to fix tea is never offered to do it Extent you like Waas. A lot of that there was name calling there was arguing the moderator had a really tough time keeping control of it all. One San Diego man was watching it last night. He was observing as someone who coached a candidate for president in a debate buried to Goto. Hey, Good morning is Madonna and yes, it is so you can Nice to get a chicken. Well, thank you, sir. You are a coach for Jimmy Carter Back in the 1976 debate against incumbent Gerald Ford. You've seen many debates. You've been part of them. Was this a debate last night or a disaster or both? Well, you're right about that. I've been watching these debates since 1960 participating in some, and the first is a citizen. And now I'm back to being a citizen. So six years of experience, so I thought last night was sort of Ah, Forgive me for tipping my hat here, but as a citizen, I thought it was a gentleman versus the bully. San And most important, I was very disappointed in my own friend Chris Wallace, the moderator, who seemed somehow to not be able to keep control of the debate. But that begs this question, though. You know when you're when you're talking about two. I mean, these are two brawlers. Let's face it both Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Are really good street fighting kind of guys in a political fashion. How is any moderator going to keep control over those two particular men? Well, that's their job. The moderator's job keep control. And as I said last night, I thought you had the since I've been watching it for 60 years. I thought you had a bully versus a gentleman. But I am back to being a citizen now so I can understand why President Trump took the tone and the demeanor he did, and I thought that Biden I had a couple of chances. Ah, throw a punch or two, but he didn't do that. He stayed back. And in that regard, I think you could say that President Trump helped his base. Particularly when he talked about white supremacists. And when he was didn't help us with our fire fires here in California, But Ah Ah, you're right. Ah, Donna, it would be a tough job for any moderate So let's talk about and you said Trump did well for his base. Let's talk about whether this particular debate would change anybody's mind at this point. If you're voting if you're a Biden guy, or if you're a trump guy, did any of what you heard last night matter or change your mind? Oh, no, not if you'd already made up your mind. Although there does we do have this concert containing concern about the fair election, which President Trump keeps trying to sew. But apart from that, you know, the president did tell his white supremacist voters to stand by and he didn't help is on the On the fires. So, ah, Susan out here in California. I was not impressed with President Trump. And on the other hand, I wish I had wished that Biden had thrown a few more punches when he had a
"gerald ford" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Townhall dot com. Thomason well, now that Joe Biden has accepted the Democratic presidential nomination, what next? We've had no word of any plans for Biden hitting the road on a campaign blitz. Although President Trump is aren't even out there, and he doesn't formally accept the GOP nomination till next week, when the Republicans hold their convention. In his acceptance speech last night, Biden vowed to unite a divided country and tackle tough challenges if elected. Accepting his party's presidential nomination. Biden promised to take on the crises facing America and declared that we will overcome this season of darkness if you entrust me with the presidency. I will draw on the best of us, not the worst. I'll be an ally of the light, not the darkness. Biden said The choice in this year's election could not be more clear. He accused President Trump of failing to protect the American people during the Corona virus pandemic and pledged to provide the necessary leadership to address the health emergency and its economic fallout. Greg Clugston Washington and one of his latest tweets. President. Trump calls out Biden for being all talk and no action, The president writes in 47 years, Joe did none of the things of which he now speaks. He will never change just words. Former Secretary of state James Baker and his wife, Susan, said to be recovering from the Corona virus there in quarantine at their Texas home and did not require hospitalization, according to the Houston Chronicle, a 90 year old Baker served under three presidents Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush. Five deaths now blamed on the wildfires that continue to burn across hot and dry California. Hundreds of thousands of people have had to evacuate their homes ahead of the flames. A somber day at the White House private service we held for President Trump's brother, Robert, who died last weekend. The age of 71. On Wall Street Doubt futures down 59 points more on these stories, a townhall dot com We thank the pain relief. It's natural pain relief that works on pain relief that attacks the source ofthe the pain..
"gerald ford" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Of the law of the photoelectric effect which describes how metal surfaces inject electrons when struck by light of course that's yeah everybody knows that I mean come on who doesn't none none of us did and have you seen this cakes X. little known fact died wound down at the end of an evening by decorating elaborate cakes that is not true but someone will believe it okay Dave what's our jeopardy category category for today is first born I will give you three names who is first here we go Shakespeare built in tennis rob yes Shakespeare you are correct simmer Milton I knew it wasn't Tennyson Giuseppe Verdi Wolfgang Mozart Nikolai Rimsky Korsakov Mandy who was Mozart correct I swore this is a man I know we both have one so we've got something to lose we'll see how this goes so far from here on now it becomes a stride next one is John F. Kennedy Gerald Ford and George H. W. bush rob this is Gerald Ford correct yeah right now I hope not Pablo Picasso Salvador Dali grandma Moses Mandy who is Pablo Picasso Ron.
"gerald ford" Discussed on Radio Free Flint
"Philip. This an author of a book and His book is on the screen here. Called Fragile delivery and fragile delivery is among about operation baby lift which took place on one thousand nine hundred seventy five during the Vietnam War and was a part of a survey historic and tragic incident. Now let fill up explained that but will come back to your book and just a few minutes but before we get going too far as you listening to this. We're going to hear a story about Phillips Adventure in Vietnam when President Gerald Ford directed of the airlift of over two hundred ninety was two hundred and thirty babies who were orphans. Most of whom had They were Eurasians there were a are. They were both of Vietnamese children in American Children. then surely This ended up in the trash. Now Have Philip explained that to us as we're going along so I fill up. I'm glad to have you and honored to the to finally meet you. I'M GONNA turn this off so I can see your face there. He is there still and Philip tell us why you wrote this book and What it is about the book.
"gerald ford" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Ousted from her position Gerald Ford of course for Richard Nixon and George the six four Edward Murray yes try this one Leonard Julius eight off Herbert M. Milton I mean these are all my uncles in Cincinnati huh you probably know them by their name yes okay all right all right so I know these are the Marx Brothers they are exactly the way he got a little bit of a hit so give them nine points behind we didn't get much of it but they are insured or she'll go Groucho Harpo seven right yes the more then there was come out but he never he never made it Francine try this one red grant Largo L. A. R. G. O. Skara Munca S. C. A. R. M. A. N. C. A. and Rosa club K. L. T. B. red granite Largo government cuts and rose are close behind I'm not a movie I know these James Bond very good ten points they or the nemeses rows of James Bond and now they get hard I've been going here for a look to your teammates for help on this one okay prohibition yeah should a car kills and rose merry voice Shinnecock hills fame rotation Shinnecock hills S. H. I. N. E. C. O. C. K. hills and rose merry was warned well we don't yeah yeah yeah as a famous golf course it's where there's a golf tournament that's true they're holes there's holes in all of those things yeah one of the holes and provision of just curious the locals yes the removals and if so you will get points but the other thing that you can identify golf.
"gerald ford" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The Senate has voted and mid mid trade us but the good news is to quote then president Gerald Ford my fellow Americans our long national nightmare is over the president has been acquitted on both articles the trial is over article one the abuse of power charges was really the whistle blower who never came forward Eric Charlie a mellow the whole thing that Adam Schiff arranges hole she M. concoction this was a steel dossier all over again this was a molar investigation all over again they concocted this whole thing and drag this whole thing out that was article one and while the split was fifty three Republican forty seven Democrat the vote was forty eight guilty fifty two not guilty because met Romney apparently calling on his Mormon beliefs and his deeply held conscience became the first United States senator in history to vote against a president in his own party in an impeachment trial here is the vote as read by Chief Justice John Roberts question is on the first article of impeachment senators how say you is the respondent Donald John trump guilty or not guilty a roll call vote is required the clerk will call the roll Mr Romney guilty this article of impeachment forty eight senators have pronounced Donald John trump president of the United States guilty as charged fifty two senators have pronounced him not guilty as charged two thirds of the senators present not having pronounced him guilty the Senate a judges that the respondent Donald John trump president of the United States is not guilty as charged in the first article of impeachment so the way the game is played they first put together the article of of the first article abuse of power so there's no specific crime you see just that he generally abused his power okay and the second article was it he won't come play with us he won't allow us to charge him he won't come over here and confess to us the charges obstruction of Congress he's a co equal branch of the government but at least Romney typical Ronnie he votes guilty on the first article and not guilty on the second one so even that he has to split the little Matt Paradis on this article of impeachment forty seven senators have pronounced Donald John trump president of the United States guilty as charged fifty three senators have pronounced him not guilty as charged two thirds of the senators present not having pronounced him guilty the Senate a judge's that respondent Donald John trump president of the United States is not guilty as charged in the second article of impeachment the presiding officer directs judgment to be entered in accordance with the judgment of the Senate as follows the Senate having tried Donald John trump president of the United States upon two articles of impeachment exhibited against him by the house of representatives and two thirds of the senators present not having found him guilty of the charges contained therein it is therefore ordered and a judge that the said Donald John trump be and he is hereby acquitted of the charges in said articles so Matt Romney on the first charge kept this from being completely partisan all the way across the board it was a partisan articles of impeachment in a bipartisan acquittal now bipartisan for the guilty on the first charge but that's Mitt Romney that's why this guy lost in two thousand twelve because people don't trust him because deep down he core aids the approval of the media the day before he goes to the Atlantic the liberal magazine and he spoke to McKay Coppens now some of you will remember the name McKay Coppens that's the columnist who stoked the rumors about Sarah Palin's son trig who has down syndrome actually being her daughter's side turns out that wasn't true but what a nasty vile rumor he also jumped on the bandwagon blaming Pailin for Gabby Giffords getting shot by that whack job about it back in two thousand eleven oh yeah he was in on that he's a real nice guy the kind of guy Mitt Romney would trust Romney says he believes history will vindicate his choice and then he quoted Mormon scripture and then he quoted a children's song choose the right when a choice is laid before you in the right the holy spirit guides and it's light is forever shining or you went in the right your heart confides currently that's part of Mormon scripture and you know what I want to say to that I better not then he tells McKay Coppens that the right choice for him was to vote for impeachment on the first article and then and then Coppens closes out in your righteousness eight years ago Mitt Romney was the leader of the Republican Party its nominee for president today he has become accustomed to a kind of political loneliness Romney famously opposed trump's candidacy in two thousand sixteen and while the rest of his party has fallen in line since then he has remained stubbornly independent this is how the Democrats win with the majority of with a minority of voters they have these John McCain Mitt Romney Republicans look at the two Republican presidential candidates prior to trump McCain and then Romney they don't like you and they said so they don't like the tea party and they said so they don't believe in the idea that the blue collar working man should have any input in how this country is governed they believe that the government is for them to run because they know better than you and they can't cozy up to the Democrats and the media fast enough that's who these people are rami didn't turn on us Romney is the same guy he's always been that's why I despised him in two thousand twelve that's why I despised him as the governor of Massachusetts that's why he lost to Obama am I had the lowest approval ratings for a sitting president running for reelection and yet he one because Republicans didn't want Mitt Romney the same Mitt Romney that candy Crowley lied about the same Mitt Romney they called a dog abuser and said he had a dog on the top same Mitt Romney they said that he had binders full of women and he was a horrible person this is two thirds of the senators present not having pronounced him guilty the Senate a judges that the respondent Donald John trump president of the United States is not guilty as charged in the first article of impeachment Michael.
"gerald ford" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Come on you're for Gerald Ford all right the board's yours that knowledge I'll take a college football for three hundred orange is really I don't watch jeopardy the way we can get to you still have your Christmas tree up by the way I got I got I did I did I I got all the street over here I can take down James yeah you need to get whoa right now I'm I like this January the twelfth so I usually keep up to my birthday yes we're gives me in the holiday for your site you know what I'm gonna do I have to say okay let me are there's not enough okay with that means about like a three four week deal right out a final as usual how's the mail we get it usually we get the tree like the thanksgiving weekend and keep it going to get the Christmas spirit early up and keep it up to old just the new year but this year we just got so we were wide it late I we were in a life and that we we didn't get in the spirit will probably get our tree until like the seventeenth you got a late so I felt you know what we are telling them I'd say yes it was compile well bill called from the I know Gerald Ford I you know it I'm gonna disagree with Ron on the Christmas tree keep it up I like it I'm not agree with Steve on the zero four that would that that's ridiculous you she should know that now I agree was given the morale good game do we have more colors for late I understand that he says he was keep it up to the birthday as a problem and yes I wasn't a day around what is right for you like three more no it's only three more days you get rid of your Christmas tree man I'm okay your house burned down you know what I do I do enjoy the one I'm the one I like you're enjoying having the Christmas tree lights on in only the Christmas tree lights on when I'm watching old to that's the best you will usually do the goal are gold retriever as Justin them in Paris she's only two years old the first year she just she's not that thing over so many damn times this year work celebrating the fact that you are not.
"gerald ford" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Would have been done to our country with the Paris climate accord and it is so unfair it doesn't kick in for China until twenty thirty and they'll ignore it even them because they were just half baked signatories to it so this is a classic truck now he delivers this not in a fire and brimstone way he just very methodically plunges sand reminds these people what all he has done on the eve of this blog guide little nerd from California trying to force him out of office I like it I like it we have some it's great great positioning on the one hand you've got substantive applied economic principles resulting in a revitalized and growing American economy and over here you've got some a lying little sacca excrement trying to run some impeachment showed overturn the election results of two thousand six I'm gonna remind you again and don't think this doesn't matter somebody in a sound bite earlier today ask ask though it was bred bear it was red bear is asking Gerald Ford how does all this impeachment stuff play into the twenty twenty democratic presidential primaries and it's a great great point because it doesn't these people on the campaign trail pocahantas plugs Bernie mayor Pete they're trying to talk about things that people vote on like jobs Medicare for all massive tax increases all the things they believe in in Washington the Democrat party is singularly devoted still to trying to overturn the received the election of two thousand sixteen there's a Johnny at disconnect even with him the Democratic Party and the Democratic Party in Washington is what's going to take on the identity of the Democratic Party running for president and they're doing nothing the Democrats in Washington are doing nothing for the American people no I I resent that the idea of governments do things the American people understand but on this after a knowledge that a lot of people look at government that way and the Democrats are doing diddly squat they're paying zip zero nada attention to the economy the jobs to prescription drugs to health care whatever it is in matters that are really important American people a Democrat party is ward less they are absent in all impeachment show all the time meanwhile here's tropical New York economic club substantive economic achievements and accomplishments rattle off one right after another it's it's a it's an interesting contrast the Democratic Party has become vacant they have become poisoned with the hatred that they have they are not even making a phony effort at making voters thank that they have any interest in them the Democrats are engaged shortly and solely in things they care about and they're using public money to do it and hang on their presidential candidates down to drive it so brand for the presidential candidates are looking for alternatives like Hillary Bloomberg it is a mess do not think these people are winning my friends because they are I talked.
"gerald ford" Discussed on KTOK
"This is happening today in America. with the presidential election coming up next year Donald Trump will be trying extremely hard not to be calm a one term president. throughout history twelve presidents have been denied a second term by voters but the rejection of a sitting president is somewhat rare in modern times. since World War one just for chief executives have served only one term in the White House. Herbert Hoover lost two of Franklin Roosevelt because of the economy the thirty first president of the United States was widely criticized for his botched handling of the Great Depression Hoover blame congressional gridlock for the country's political paralysis during the economic disaster but he provided weak leadership generally speaking next Gerald Ford a man many insiders say never even wanted to be president Ford's campaign was doomed from the start by a series of issues including us pardon of Richard Nixon a depressed economy and oil shortages Joe Ford would go on to lose the White House to another one term president that would be Jimmy Carter who served in the White House between nineteen seventy seven and eighty one the thirty ninth president was ridiculed by the public for failing to secure the release of American hostages in Iran after the Islamic revolution there. the story dominated headlines for fourteen months of his time in the White House the Iranians released the hostages the same day Jimmy Carter left office. President Bush the elder lost to Bill Clinton. many blame Ross Perot for that upset political science is still use the nineteen ninety two election to study the impact of third party candidates Perot won nineteen percent of the vote that's nearly twenty million ballots many of which would have gone to bush who did alienate some voters by raising taxes so what does this all mean for president trump. well right now it's all about the economy US voters routinely list their personal finances is the biggest factor in picking a president Democrats will surely downplay trumps economic success but Americans usually trust what they see in their wallets. second the public does get tired of controversy. Jimmy Carter's hostage crisis and Gerald Ford's relationship with Richard Nixon tainted both campaigns. I had some Americans are ignorant your Riley update.