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"Parents are naturally worried for their children and it doesn't seem to take much to send them into a tizzy. and. It's not just parents. We as people are pretty prone to overreacting to the first piece of information we receive. Modern media makes the spreading of these new urban legends basically effortless. But false panics and hoaxes are far from a new invention. Always. been with us. Most people know the story surrounding Orson Welles radio play the war of the worlds by H. G. Wells. No relation it was presented in the form of a newscast detailing the invasion of earth by beings from another world clearly bent on our destruction. Listeners thought the broadcast was real. There was mayhem in the streets as as many as a million people fled their homes or armed themselves and made ready to fight off the alien hordes. We know all about the panic that this radio play cost it was in all the papers. Therein lies the problem. Newspapers of the day greatly exaggerated the situation. To begin with not that many people were tuned in to the Mercury Theatre on the air that evening only two percent of households with radios even heard the play. which repeatedly identified itself as such during the performance. Some CBS radio affiliates even cut away from the broadcast in favor of local programming further shrinking the potential audience. Most people were listening instead to the ratings, Juggernaut, ventriloquist at Gergen. I still fail to understand how a ventriloquist act really worked on the radio. If it makes you happy. So. Why then if so few people. and. Fewer still were confused by it did newspapers separately and independently make the situation sound much worse than it was. They were motivated by fear not of aliens but of the radio. The wireless radio was the first real threat to the superiority of the newspaper as the public's primary source of information. Reporters and editors saw this as an opportunity to prove to advertisers and regulators that radio was dangerous irresponsible and not to be trusted. A similar thing happened in. England. Twelve years earlier with a fictitious report that an angry mob of unemployed workers were running amok in London looting and destroying everything in sight. The National Gallery had been ransacked the Savoy hotel blown up. The houses of parliament were being attacked with trench mortars and the Big Ben. Clock, tower had been raised to the ground. Like any good radio play? The narration was accompanied by sound effects. Of Fear Few people did take to the streets, even fleeing past the famous buildings that had been reportedly destroyed while others desperately clogged police phone lines. The BBC tried to ease tensions by reminding people that the report was a comedy skit entitled broadcasting in the barricades. anding their message with London is safe Big Ben is still chiming and all his well. You can't trust the BBC at least we can still rely on armed forces, radio. People fought until nineteen, forty seven. When in May W v TR in Tokyo began to issue a series of bulletins about a twenty foot high monster that had risen from the sea to lay waste to the area. Bullets were useless against this dragon like creature listeners could hear terrified shrieks, people shouting orders over bullhorns, heavy weapons and Massu vehicles rolling by. When the beast reached downtown and the intrepid reporter who provided the play by play snuck closer, the monster opened its mouth. And congratulated T.. R. On its fifth anniversary in a high soprano voice. That's right an hour's worth of breaking news to pat themselves on the back. During the broadcast police phone lines were tied up with people trying to get information.
"In two, thousand, three Oprah Winfrey used her massive daytime television platform to warn millions of people that teenage girls were attending parties, wearing wild shades of lipstick and performing oral sex on boys. The boy with the most colors of lipstick smudges would win the accolade of his peers. These were called Rainbow Parties. The story was picked up by newspapers television stations across the country parents were panicking. There was one small detail that Oprah missed though. There had not been a single verifiable instance of a Rainbow Party F-. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. Parents are naturally worried for their children and it doesn't seem to take much to send them into a tizzy. and. It's not just parents. We as people are pretty prone to overreacting to the first piece of information we receive. Modern media makes the spreading of these new urban legends basically effortless. But false panics and hoaxes are far from a new invention. Always. been with us. Most people know the story surrounding Orson Welles radio play the war of the worlds by H. G. Wells. No relation it was presented in the form of a newscast detailing the invasion of earth by beings from another world clearly bent on our destruction. Listeners thought the broadcast was real. There was mayhem in the streets as as many as a million people fled their homes or armed themselves and made ready to fight off the alien hordes. We know all about the panic that this radio play cost it was in all the papers. Therein lies the problem. Newspapers of the day greatly exaggerated the situation. To begin with not that many people were tuned in to the Mercury Theatre on the air that evening only two percent of households with radios even heard the play. which repeatedly identified itself as such during the performance. Some CBS radio affiliates even cut away from the broadcast in favor of local programming further shrinking the potential audience. Most people were listening instead to the ratings, Juggernaut, ventriloquist at Gergen. I still fail to understand how a ventriloquist act really worked on the radio. If it makes you happy. So. Why then if so few people. and. Fewer still were confused by it did newspapers separately and independently make the situation sound much worse than it was. They were motivated by fear not of aliens but of the radio. The wireless radio was the first real threat to the superiority of the newspaper as the public's primary source of information. Reporters and editors saw this as an opportunity to prove to advertisers and regulators that radio was dangerous irresponsible and not to be trusted. A similar thing happened in. England. Twelve years earlier with a fictitious report that an angry mob of unemployed workers were running amok in London looting and destroying everything in sight. The National Gallery had been ransacked the Savoy hotel blown up. The houses of parliament were being attacked with trench mortars and the Big Ben. Clock, tower had been raised to the ground. Like any good radio play? The narration was accompanied by sound effects. Of Fear Few people did take to the streets, even fleeing past the famous buildings that had been reportedly destroyed while others desperately clogged police phone lines. The BBC tried to ease tensions by reminding people that the report was a comedy skit entitled broadcasting in the barricades. anding their message with London is safe Big Ben is still chiming and all his well. You can't trust the BBC at least we can still rely on armed forces, radio. People fought until nineteen, forty seven. When in May W v TR in Tokyo began to issue a series of bulletins about a twenty foot high monster that had risen from the sea to lay waste to the area. Bullets were useless against this dragon like creature listeners could hear terrified shrieks, people shouting orders over bullhorns, heavy weapons and Massu vehicles rolling
"gergen" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"That against the Pittsburgh Penguins a team that they've course beat yesterday in Pittsburgh by five two margin next four games all on the road well let's go down to the room now to assess for Zambia's Gergen sins here is live with Pat doing all over all the game he made some huge saves you know the the game could have been a whole lot different if you do not have those computer software is but I was confident calm actually don't I think some constraints in the postgame Brian we're gonna head over the other side of the room for unit show Hanson just give us a second here find out what the actual send it back to you for now all right thank you Pat Gergen since the third star picking up two assists in this one both the primary system both of Kyle opposes goals all right down to the room here's the goaltender now you notice your handsome the first okay great feeling I was just I don't know last month my personal info by chance but it was it was nice I'm sorry what was it like especially in the second in a sharp increase they have a lot of good chances your honor does it make sense well I mean I don't know it's just going to find the guts personalized alone right thanks a lot let's just put it out of their own sometimes it we have a lot to us all hello it's been two weeks three what has your mind would work out more since two weeks since we last got energy hi this is trying to like you gotta have a little extra focus in practice for of course when find that often so you're staying sharp working on the details saying ready for an opportunity when it comes to kind of stay right with them what I'm trying to researchers in the I don't know that I've I don't know if fired or whatever that might be I'm not sure how much did you take from the last two periods in I mean stuff start stop shop second third goal well how important is that going and all that practice work well it was too bad we couldn't get the win that game but well like I said you just gotta stick certificate upon one something like that happens and it went well after that I mean after a tough start so sticking to the plan works all you just want to try another what's the biggest thing Mike tries to get you to do this this will over and over again just staying with average rates it's just that simple there's all those skating trying to gain the patients all that's going to come out so when the game comes make sure that happens the last one year good habits in practice that's the biggest thing with the computer first couple starts feeling more steady or calm especially early on when you're making six saves and operating in I don't know what kind of have a good feeling about it starts to it's it's hard it's hard to say if there's a difference I like like your focus is the same your preparation name sometimes you have to start sometimes a good start so we just got to accept both of those hundreds ago whatever happens what was it like the way the last ten minutes walk from the defense record there was super fast and yeah it's unbelievable reliance on hello I'm really thankful for the guys to for stepping up like that I don't think we got up and shot yeah really the last nine ten minutes all that's just unbelievable the way they stepped up there for me and and for the rest of the team to get the win I mean it's a big it's a big game for us going into their own trip car so everyone really stepped up in the third on just real happy to be a part of that thanks thanks this Joshua Hansen the postgame Brian back to you thank you you notice you have to getting his first NHL win congrats to him one of the stars here let's get those in our three stars of the game brought to buy go yeah if it's going up it has to be good third stars and is your consents to.
"gergen" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Games all with the senators skip to the locker room here will begin with some gives Gergen sins with our Pat Malakar what was the win over Toronto on Sunday to close out the homestand high notice you guys now head on over six the next seven hello to you know because the complete game by you know every single guy and good confidence boost for us and that is is gonna crunch time we're you know about only for those points every night and now we kind of have to go on a heavy three either so getting that one was huge for us is a feel it felt like all four lines were were rolling pretty well is it one of those were used you wanna get right back on the ice is quick stick and you're feeling so good yeah definitely as I said it was a complete effort by it everyone I mean there's not a single guy that you know then chip and then that way and I'm not odd that that's how you win games that's that's what you guys do tonight here and it's it's fun to play those kind of games when every single guys go on and off you're happy for younger guys seeing them succeed in its just fun which one thinks it may be a key in on to take some of that momentum into tonight's game what's that well what's something you might be in on it trying to keep our fourth line drawing tonight after something just keeping it simple I think that was one of the biggest things last game we start off you know playing simple Guatemala on their backs a little bit that we ship them we chase and then you know that that kinda gets a team down and not as we gotta do here tonight to seems like the defense has been more active as of late tripping on offense of calling Miller creating a couple of goals is that something you guys notice from the front end yeah definitely you can see to push the demands are the men are going day says there to break out and everything so there are a huge part of with the success and last games and how do you see that with cal coming back in line of just a couple of days ago with chemistry was right back to where it was before with your line what what is it about that the three of you that kind of click I think we just thing the game the same way I think we we play similar games and it's easy to play when you know pretty much where you guys can be because you know he's kind of playing the same way you are so it's really easy it's fun to play with those guys I think we've been together most of the year so it's been fun and it's cal getting is five hundred point on Sunday with hockey being such a team game is our sense of pride that do you have a a part a small part in that yeah definitely I mean five hundred points is not easy to achieve as hats off to okay for doing that that's huge and yeah those were all work on that you got it some incentive thanks for your time thank you.
"gergen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Of Gergen around an ally and it is definitely not kosher he lost it it's funny when all my money no humor I had a little soft spot for the kosher jokes that lasted a whole that one and I love a good pickle you know I made pickles this season I posted on the bol injured on a page all my pickles I make them every year I did not know that it was my friend Julia comes over and I just do what she says to do I have really fuse very few skills in the kitchen so she tells me what to do when we go by the pickles of the farmers market cucumbers and then we put them in the washing machine this year we put them in the washing machine I know that's crazy but we did what that's what the internet said to do to clean them you put a close in there with him no okay so do we gotta make make a real clean okay so we did that and then you make the pickles and you put in the tea in the parking spaces and the stuff that she tells me to put in and then they're delicious and nobody got hurt nobody got toys not this year now can we try some can you bring some enough salut at like a hundred jars yeah I have a lot of pickles they're they're actually very delicious this year I've brought a couple of bottles are a couple of and yours over to arnelle's Alex and his big fan of my pickles and that my friends come over when they run out I have an extra for it so they come over they just grab another job I didn't get a pickle did you get a part I did not I would love to try their delicious I will bring in Moscow fails to him they're very delicious how do we have time for that Jim Gaffigan could because it was the whole area Jim Gaffigan was on was on sept Myers last night and he wrote a book called dad is fat and that's apparently something that his kids said what what sounds better dad bought any thought of as a layer is so so here is doing a little bit comedy on on Seth Meyers but no one has ever run into a parade and gone good a parade there's always part of you that's like I hate humans yeah because there's nothing bad impressive about operate your your you never like Hey look kids people are walking and what ever the parade it's for and we have so many brave it never really feels like it justifies the traffic yeah I'm all for gay rights but I don't want to be late to a movie and the parade of course there was a part where there was the marching band yeah and marching bands are you know like the precision and the rehearsal that goes in to you know it's it's impressive how are marching band can take any song and ruin that right you're always kind of like wow I didn't know I could hate uptown funk that and you know like I have a you know my wife was you know people have been in marching band and it just says an outsider in almost you know high schools they have but it almost seems like it's their dissuading people from pursuing a career in music I like you want to be in effect I put on this front in March downtown the blank stares of your neighbors spring because it's funny because it's true there's some truth to that we say we love little raids were like they are just walking although the Macy's day parade for those giant flowchart whatever that's that's different a lot of effort but the party wants to know are they gonna run a where the winds gonna come and take those floats the watcher for the trend that's the part we want to see in the parade as the disaster fortunately like while you watch your car race right or a hockey game well among other reasons yeah hi for being honest some really going to miss you tomorrow I will not miss the for your finger I'll send photos as a as a heel up I'll send you fingers.
CNN analyst claims melting ice caps will leave US cities 'engulfed in floods'
"Listen to this so you know if you see this guy David Gergen and see and I listen to the apocalyptic the hysterical language he uses to describe what climate change is going to do to this country there is a growing danger that the ice cap will melt in Greenland it will have you know there will be a big ice cap in the summer and that the net result of that is that we're going to have a rise in sea levels that a week significant coming from Greenland and add it to other sources knew what new water higher water we can have cities in the United States in golf and and floods now listen I I've had friends that just sold their homes the beach front homes for the that the tripled in value over the last twenty five years and the price is staying the same they just sold like a million dollars a piece and so it's not affecting if if these polar ice caps were really going to melt and these beach front property is we're gonna disappear I mean these prices would not be that high try to buy a house in Malibu today go for it they got earthquakes they got the ocean they got nine thousand different things in the state of California they got a white that state off the map a component of the water tomorrow trying to buy a house somewhere out there those fancy neighborhood president Obama just booked into you spend fifteen million dollars for a beach front house in Martha's vineyard yeah if the Greenland polar ice caps are going to affect anybody is gonna think Martha's vineyard no doubt it's up but no the prices are sky high and they remain that way it's just like the gambling in Vegas they know best don't listen to David Gergen Bernie Sanders a couple hours listen to the realist at least listen to money
"gergen" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"North West Bank and get back to living. You know, we had a different guys doing it. All you all season long. So I just happened to be me this time walking this shot. So. Not that big a deal. Zam Gergen sins of the sabers. Would've had it. Without the context of talking about blocking the shot. Just so you know, I got I got him down. Yeah. We're at. So into the sabers level crediting Gerguson 's for the gritty gutsy diving blocked shot at the end of the third period like in a season animate maybe in game. What what what number game was last night? Thirty two. Yeah. Maybe in force four are maybe and gained thirty four last year. He Dovan blocked shot. To try to try to preserve a one goal lead. I would not. Okay, good for you, man. You know, you're you're protecting a one goal lead in Boston. And you lay out like that. Yeah. Think it's a reaction manual. You're into it. Good weekend for the sabres only got a point in Washington. But hey, three out of four in these two road games. Sabres are back home tomorrow night to host the Florida Panthers. I've got a check on this for sure. But at last I knew the sabers were intending to make Jason bilateral to us tomorrow on our show for his I dunno semi weekly every other week or so I think we get him on. So we're hoping that that's going to be the case. I gotta send out a message and make sure that that is going to happen. Tomorrow, but sabres in Florida Panthers, the games definitely happening. Whether we'll have bottle or not I'll hopefully find out in a little while the there's an event coming up, by the way, we want to let you know about speaking of the week ahead of us here. This Thursday the twentieth of December we are part of an ugly. Sweaty. Oh, wow. We're part of an ugliest sweater party would special guests nerds gone wild. That is an award-winning local eighties band. So be the buffalo Marriott on. Miller's. Port highway and portions of proceeds are going to benefit the food Bank of western New York..
"gergen" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Joining me now former adviser to four presidents and CNN senior political analyst, David Gergen and former Obama senior adviser and senior political commentator, David Axelrod, David Gergen, you worked at a lot of white houses for a lot of different presidents. Have you ever seen the Oval Office used? In this way. No, I know not never including the Reagan years when he was a showman so many ways, but I did think I actually understand. It was good theater. I mean, he he we went into the room where it happens, and we had a sense of what would it actually negotiations like with would in Trump way, douse? So I thought that was helpful. But I think it also backfired on the White House. I doubt that I wanna do it again that fire. Himself into a corner. Well, depending himself into a corner on the wall. He's he's either. Now going to be in a situation where he lets the government shutdown occur, and he's proudly accepted responsibility for it. And they'll get hurt or he's going to surrender on the wall. Not go forward with it and let the government stay open, and then you look weak. But he could also just good. But he can also just continue to lie and say, well, we are building new wall. It is happening and they're repairing existing Vincent. But, you know, then why would he why would he shut down the government that if you can just lies way out of it? I just think he would not want to go through the government shutdown. I, but there's something else that really hit important happened in that. And as session, I think Nancy Pelosi, basically, wrapped up speaker show know, she went toe to toe with the president and one she was talking. She was focused. I think it will strengthen her case, it'd be the speaker, David Axelrod. I mean, first of all just in general. I'm wondering what you thought of this in the Oval Office. But yeah, part of what was so fascinating about the whole thing is that you had congressional leaders sitting there basically telling the president to his face that he was lying. Yeah. Well, they were there is they obviously was we're going to send the message. And I I agree with David. I think that nothing rallies a caucus more than the leader of their party going up to the White House. A really a president of either party. If there's an issue a controversial issue and taking their side and being tough about it. So I think she did profit from that. But let's be clear. Donald Trump knew it. He was doing in that room. I think he called the reporters in for a reason he likes that. He likes that storyline that he's willing to stand up to the liberals who were standing in the way of a border wall. And that he's willing to go right to the shutdown. If necessary to do it now, I also agree with David that the problem with it is that eventually you get to the end of the line here, and you have to make a decision and people don't like shutdowns. We've we've we've been down this road several times. And so whether or not. It would actually prophet him to shut the government down for for the wall is a different issue. But as just in this new cycle for this day, he put on a show for his base. And I bet you he's pretty happy with the show. He put on. Yeah. I mean, the reporter from the from Reuters who do the interview with him afterwards said he seemed in in a good mood after this David Gergen. I just want to play another part of what happened today in the Oval Office. I also know that you know, Nancy is the situation where it's not easy for her to talk right now. And I understand that. And I fully understand that we're gonna have a good discussion. And we're gonna see what happens, you know. We have to have order security, please don't characterize. This need. Leader of the house gonna pack just wanted to get..
"gergen" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Number nine at home on the year. Something that last year's team couldn't reach until February. I'm really happy for France. Number one. Obviously last year was a tough year, especially at home here. And the guys have really made it a point that, you know, having good starts and trying to get our fans into whether it's establishing our four check, you know, just trying to hone parks, and it's been great for the players the players really feed off our fans they've done a terrific job. And they continue to support us. Which is great for us. This game will also marked the return of evanger keenum as Kane spent almost three seasons with the sabres before being dealt last year news for tonight's game. Connor Sherry will be out due to an upper body injury page Thompson moving up in cherry spot with Casey middle statin. Kyle okposo. Evan Rodriguez will move up centering the third line while Gergen's returns to the lineup. After he missed the last game against Detroit Carter Hutton getting the not in net for buffalo, the sharks. We'll go with Martin Jones in puck drop for savers and shark set for seven o'clock, the Pauline belts pre-game show will start at six here on WGN around the NHL maple believe center. Austin Matthew says a chance to return to the lineup. Tomorrow for Toronto Mathews has been out with a shoulder injury since October twenty seventh Canadians defenseman shea Weber will make his season debut tonight against the Carolina Hurricanes Weber has not played since December of two thousand seventeen due to foot and knee injuries. The connects will get center Brock Besser back tonight. Besser missed the past eleven. In games due to an injury to football. The bills off the practice field today. They'll get back to work tomorrow. Preparing for the Miami Dolphins this weekend around the NFL Texans. Head coach Bill O'Brien says that running back to Dante Freeman is not ready to play yet. O'brien also says that receiver KiKi Cudi is trending toward playing in week thirteen college football, you'd be bulls football.
"gergen" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Agenda, but it is not news. It hasn't been news for quite a while audio sound bite. Number four, David Rodham Gergen last night on CNN Anderson Cooper, three sixty as the program question. The synagogue killer was motivated by antisemitism. But also this obsession on the caravan in the invaders echoing language, the president himself used it doesn't seem like the president step back from that. If anything presents pushing the gas pedal down further, what is not meant here at the synagogue shooter. Hated Trump considered Trump a sellout. Precisely because he has a daughter that converted to Judaism, that's not mentioned not Trump is ratcheting down. He's he's pedal to the metal. And here's the opinion of David Rodham, Greg, we ought to go back and think about how Bill Clinton went Oklahoma City in nineteen ninety-five and healed. He didn't go after the terrorists. He didn't sort of make beat the drums to go out in stock. The terrorists all around the country tried to heal and it was a turning point in his presidency. He was embattled winning went to Oklahoma City that turned his presidency around in a very positive direction. This is how history revisionism works there. David Rodham Gergen's, saying that Bill Clinton went to Oklahoma City in nineteen ninety-five and healed. He didn't go after the terrorists. He didn't start to make you know, beat the drums to go out and stalk the terrorists. Well, let's go back and listen to what Gergen thinks was Bill Clinton's finest moment. April twenty fourth nineteen ninety-five in Minneapolis. We hear so many loud and angry voices in America today whose sole goal seems to be to try to keep some people as paranoid as possible and the rest of us all torn up and upset with each other. They spread hate they leave the impression that by their very words that violence is acceptable. You oughta see I'm sure you are now seeing the reports of some things that are regularly said over the airwaves in America today. It is time we all stood up and spoke.
"gergen" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Like bees down there and kind of rotate the puck trouble with that. And the second thing third thing. I'm sorry. In the d the gap in the middle of the ice. They gotta make sure they closed that up a little bit because much y'all comes back. They play from the middle of the ice. And they're only sending two guys. Hi. Buffalo keeping it in their worked on the wall kept in again, burglar and burglar leaves the point and they'll take an endless circle and shut up flexes. It was Larsen took a rip padded sabres holding it in back. It comes again depth in my McCabe. He scoots around into the corner and Indians trying to get it out of the way. It's kept in by buffalo. Larson leaves that they're back to risked allied offer. It comes down a shot off the post that can't out of play. Holy mackerel. Jake, McCabe, give the boards a little swot after that one. You should give the though post a little swot too. Because. Here. He takes a quick shot. From the face off circle. He's got traffic in front rate there. Your maintaining position perfect job in front by Gergen's. Mammy had no idea where that was. And he puts it off the post. Here's the Petri block rate here. Larson in front trying to one timer came out. Nice opportunity for that was deflected high into the glass over into the corner. Sabres come to buy a little bit. In the second period shooting much, y'all right now seventeen to nine. Around behind the net by the Canadians not out of his own. Now. Finally, it does come out and end up back in buffalo territory. Scandala chops. It back behind the net whip top the boards,.
"gergen" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Joining us now is senior political analyst. David Gergen along with CNN legal analysts, John dean as well as Laura Coates, David now that we know that four will most likely not go testify. To the Senate Judiciary committee until an FBI investigation is conducted. Whose move is it next? Where does this process go? Well. Well, I think it probably goes back to Senator Grassley and and Senator Feinstein in that committee to to decide what steps are going to take next. But I, I must say, I think that for from my point of view, the f. b. i. background investigation is is a routine for every major confirmation. The FBI goes out and collects information, and here's a new allegation under any re- under under you would one would just assume that it would be right and proper and fair to judge Cavanaugh as well as prefer four. If they were thorough investigation, it's impartial because I, if for both sides who are convinced that they're right, you know, they're, they should believe that the investigation is going to support him. In other words, judge Cavanaugh says it didn't happen and the investigation Kerr's and there's no real evidence that it did happen. He then is, is the spare this cloud overhead. And that's what's fair. Dan, he deserves that, but so does she? So I would think that they retain f. b. i. could investigation that could be done fairly quickly. A matter of a couple of weeks, I would assume. I don't think it's a big delay and by the way, isn't this president, the one who call for the FBI to investigate anonymous and who is anonymous and that had nothing to do with the crime. But he really thoughts are only happen Laura. I mean, the president said, the FBI doesn't want to be involved in this. I mean, is that. Shocking to know that the FBI was not interested in doing that, which should dies with every single judicial nomination to date. Their job is to conduct the background in create a figure out if this person has any skeletons in their closet. You saw this happen with rob porter about security clearances. You saw this happen with every single person who they are charged with actually trying to find out. Is there any reason to believe this person is not qualified and they hand that over. I think what the president's trying to do is essentially be dismissed because it ended up in a background file, but that doesn't mean that that is not relevant FBI or that they actually want to investigate it. They matter amount of time they have to do so Anderson is going to be crucial. This decades old allegation, they need time to actually investigate now whether they want to do in about a week or less than that, they probably have zero interest in that, but not not investigating entirely drawn to said that the hearing scheduled for Monday, we'll proceed even afford dozen show. What happens if the committee follows through on that and only Cavanaugh participants. I think they hurt themselves because there's obviously going to be an empty chair. But I also think the arrangement, if I heard correctly in the letter, she thinks she's going to be sitting there with judge Cavanaugh if she honors invitation. Well, she said. Yeah. Awkward. Well, even at the same table as is pretty awkward. This is a woman who while she's a professional, she's not trained as an attorney. She's not been a courtroom or hearing rooms. This is all on. This is new territory for. So there's an unfairness. Here's a judge who has been before murder boards before his own courtroom. He's very used to this atmosphere. So there's a inequality in the way they're setting up. That's why I think they're very smart to ask for the investigation. We gotta take a quick break. We're gonna have more on this conversation. Also dig deeper on this. When we come back. Support for Anderson Cooper, three sixty comes from our friends at rocket.
"gergen" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"He lies docusign, John Holloman remain here with us. Those two gentlemen, both declined comment on Chuck Todd's notion, and John. I heard David Gergen tonight suggest to the Republicans at least. Look like you have rigor behind your processes. Put forward a resolution, protecting Muller, pass a law better yet protecting Muller, put forward a resolution saying Mr President, stop waving, pardons around in the middle of an investigation. That way you can look tough and sound tough, but still be Trump Republicans. I heard you today at four o'clock, say the only thing that will turn Republicans against Trump is the day after the midterm elections, if they lose the house. That's right. I look, I, I've, I had various views about some of these people on the basis of things. Even Paul Ryan did during the campaign occasionally stood up to Toronto. The campaign attacked said that the definition of racism was the way that he talked about judge Curiel. You may recall from the campaign. I some hope that some of these Republicans would behave in a more responsible way. Now I've lost all that hope and I do think to me it's the house in particular, it's just a math problem for them. They're guided by polls. It's not that differ. From the Nixon era. The Nixon era Republicans turned against Nixon because facts came out the public turn against Nixon, and then they were. They were the not the leader edge. They were a lagging indicator. It's still the case. Now there may be worse in that sense, but I do they lost forty house seats right term crucial. Right? So at this point they've been doing the math and every day a lot of them have worried about getting primary in the math has been it's painful to stick with Trump, but to divorce, myself from Trump would be more painful. The cost would be higher on the day. After the midterms, if Democrats do take back control of the house and the by the bigger margin, the more the math changes, the calculus you're going to do in your head is going to be different. What are the costs of staying with them? What are the cost of abandoning him? And I think after if it becomes to pass, Democrats take control the house that calculus will shift dramatically and not just in the house, but also in the Senate as people look towards twenty twenty and say, what? How much of an albatross around my neck? Is this man, especially as things on this legal front, just get worse and worse part of this, we may. Not see. We meaning the three of us is the rich folks who write checks and provide the financial underpinning to the Republican party and races across the country. They might get wobbly and pullback they might or they might sit there and say, well, we got tax reform. We got conservative Justice. That's what McConnell is going to say. That's what Trump will try to say. He'll try to make this such emmigration. That's right. And so I think there are things for conservatives. I mean, it's hard to generalize about the electric because there are different things that turn out different segments of voters. I think this is a base election though safe Republican seats probably stay Republican publicans that I've talked to in the last twenty four thirty six hours still think they have a decent chance of holding the Senate, but the house is the problem, the White House talking about sending the president on the campaign trail a lot. They're not talking about sending him to house to house race. The swing house doesn't because they'd just sort of don't know that it's going to be helpful in the districts that are going to matter those suburban districts. And there are so many more of them that are competitive coming into November and Donald. Trump in those districts is not an asset. He's a liability. There's there's a difficult thing that these that these candidates face now and having to not just sort of wriggle out of question about trumpet questions about Trump now related to the investigation. Now, the fact that Manafort and Cohen are guilty and it just gets harder and harder to make that calculation. I do think Gergen is right though just as a hedge, the head. That's what he's saying just as a hedge should try to..
Blockbuster's Alaska stores are closing, leaving only 1 store in the U.S.
"To register for the event check our website at www dot com and then there was one cbs is wendy gillette tells us about the closing of two of the last three remaining blockbuster video stores it's the end of an era to blockbuster stores in alaska are closing now there's only one left in the entire country in bend oregon alaska still had thirteen blockbusters as of two thousand thirteen thanks to hire internet prices in the state the two that are closing in anchorage and fairbanks will hold liquidation sales through the end of august the general manager of the anchorage location says customers are sad when he gillette cbs news when you hear the words court date what do you think of maybe not what happened at the rapids parish courthouse in allah alexandria this week and unusual sound was echoing through a staircase lieutenant tommy carline says one of the employee's decided to check it out of these two subjects having sex in the stairwell one of the participants was discovered to be an inmate who was assigned to the courthouse for maintenance during the day and apparently organized a little rendezvous while not behind bars let's get a wwl sports building depth on the defensive line will be crucial for the saints in training camp wwl nfl analyst might deteriorate says if you look at what the super bowl champion eagles did last year they had a rotation of guys up front to key players fresh and feisty i don't think anything wins more games in the fourth quarter then a pass rush influencing the quarterback and she'll to me that i think that's the one thing i wanna see from this football team how will they can develop the young talent and also the death the queen of the court serena williams has reached her tenth final at wimbledon and i since having a baby a little more than ten months ago she dominated her semifinal against julia gergen's and will now face angelique kerber which is a rematch of the twenty sixteen finale at the all england club today on sports talk with deuce mcallister in christian garrick it's friday the thirteenth do you have any sports superstitions and the countdown the saints training camp.
North Carolina Teachers March on State Capital in Mass School Walkout
"Of the oakland mayor during his public comments at the white house it is not clear what action if any the justice department will take aisha roscoe npr news the whitehouse thousands of teachers flooded the streets of raleigh north carolina today as the state legislature started its annual budget session the president of the north carolina association of educators mark jewel tells abc news teachers demanding higher pay and more funding for public schools is definitely statewide a van i think that speaks about how the school systems and educators across the state of north carolina and said they've had enough but north carolina's senate leader republican phil berger says teachers will get a pay raise next year and are spreading misinformation north carolina's the sixth state where teachers are walking out and demonstrating for more educational resources on wall street today the dow rose sixty two points this is npr construction is suspended on parts of the controversial atlantic coast pipeline the six hundred mile pipeline would run from west virginia to north carolina as sarah winter smith of member station w c v e reports a federal appeals court invalidated a key permit for the project from the fish and wildlife service the incidental take statement is a document that supposed to restrict how much endangered species can be harmed or taken throughout the course of a project attorney austin gergen who argued the case on behalf of the southern environmental law center says by using the words small percent the us fish and wildlife service failed to set clear limits for five endangered species in the pipelines pat the problem with it is not just that it's vague it's unenforceable this is like a speed limit that says please don't drive too fast and spokesperson for the pipeline projects lead energy company says it remains.
"gergen" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"It's so great to hear your voice you know i i know you you're busy always but there are some things that i suspect has gone on your radio recently who we were even gergen it is a member of the assembly and that the motor fuel cracks here in anchorage that can affect the the valley uh drivers coming into anchorages as well as anchorage wrote hit back tomorrow absolutely and i just have to just put it out there so if people are just joining us the anchorage assembly passed an excise tax which means it doesn't have to go in front of the voters and uh they just past at ten cents a gallon that's what it's going to be i was the only no vote on the entire body just put it out there i'm just put it out there a lot of us appreciate it well you know i gotta be that voice though of common sense so what is americans for prosperity what is your guy's position when you start looking at a motor fuel tax like this that's been implemented we were in the we've got an economic recessions been going on for some time we've record high unemployment rate in the state businesses are laying off folks this is not the right time to impose taxes these types of taxes they really hurt the lowest income folks more than anybody because these these taxes are path thought if you're a truck driver a trucking company or logistics business all these goods that your transporting well those taxes are gonna be applied to those goods and uh the folks buying those goods it will be paying more so uh we're opposed to those types of a policy you know look at motor fuel taxes and it really dies disproportionately impacted those who commute back and forth to work um you know from as a member of the eagle river delegation of on the assembly i couldn't i couldn't vote for that.
"gergen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Shy nocall from the official david gergen he has been hi this entire game so far and we what the official have at the moment one point ballgame is gernigan inbound gets an end to two in the corner ends it off to garner gun a driving in backup that gets fifteen issue for saginaw garner with it right away the haskins now to love side cyber five minutes to go there have one point colonel lead well crossing over booth the free throw line fires at some showers a sacked was winding down no good rebound creamery wednesday dream on the rebel into the forecourt held back it are now doors over in the offense the ends the ball off the land davis back to creamery ray corner of dribble right wing of the matter abu fifteen issue waste they can take aleve for the first time tonight with a basket round the free throw line fires a jump shot it rolls out rebound this wilson picked up by military they rosa back out the lynn davis in the lawyer set of fresh seconds land left side of the neck nick back the chuck he's got a fifteen feet away left side surveying the defense truck around the rebel now back in in john chuck be paid trucks though has now goes over five feet away turkey baby hook shot in the paper way gives light saito purposely the became 24 23 with boral really and a half five points now for chucky to it on the dribble knowledge on top of the key we're going it's it off the garnered dribbles right side of the huskies backed the garnered thirteen to shoot garner fires a three way off the mark out of islands not daunted onscreen murray picked it up he's on the rebel in the forecourt we're all the way what is it up but hurry murray has six points off the bat for wednesday the already has twenty six twenty three orders by grabbing just like that mike wells thinks the ball coast to coast nobody stops anyways leapt within the naked 26 251 wednesday with three 25 to go and david gura with that at all wayne state let their guard down just for a split second of wells to the coast to coast with easy way up davis hasn't left side atop the murray.
"gergen" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"And his points and it gets better we next move onto david rodham gergen cnn's aaron burnett out front she asked gergen about the house intelligence committee decision to release the the memo i think we're seeing a breakdown the democracy here we've never had a situation in which the congress has moved into a criminal investigation and turn it into a political circus when nixon was under investigation over the wanted it tapes the tapie's as he offered special counsel i'll give you summaries of what's in the tapes and that'll be good enough and a special concert absolutely not another frame of reference watergate laggy hitler watergate water hitler hitler wondering mussalini throw him to change course mussalini hitler watergate wondering it's all these people know watergate quantity watergate trump hasn't done anything all known as is going to do was release four pages of truth about what is investigation has been that somehow is what nixon did i'm just i'm gonna hear target whoever has been running the sham investigation we know the clintons are deeply involved with the dossier whoever has been orchestrating the behavior the fbi the leadership of the fbi with these deep state administrative state sources leaking for a full year try to convince people trump colluded with russia that is what's worse than watergate that is what tearing the fabric of our democracy apart that's what's doing the greatest damage to law enforcement is these people throwing the rule of law away and the evidence and everything else to conduct a political witchhunt disguised as a serious criminal investigation resulting from serious intelligence collected by legitimate agents none of that is true and the fact that it's on the verge of being exposed now exposes people like lake st clair burn's dandy and gergen here they've got nothing else to say but then to compare it to what people will immediately recognizes horrible periods and world history watergate and hitler they the leave it we laugh they believe it rush limbaugh simply fascinating on the eib network valentine's.
"gergen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Following long on twitter at t lash and official data lash on facebook thought i thought the rest within the speech about foreign policy itself had echos of the inaugural address that is a very dark vision of how the world is unfolding and and seeing china in particular but also named borussia as these rivals at we're competing against we have to build up our defenses we have to do this and do that because they're coming at us you know they've got the discipline we've got to pull ourselves together that is a that's a far cry from the more positive how do we partner with the world how do we work with others later on climate for example at only hold on climate so david gergen in assadi out he's upset because the president was mentioning russia and china as rivals and he and he says the president shouldn't have done that so wait a minute what is that your matter russia because you think they're trying to get involved in the election or you don't want it was seriously what i'm confused ha consistency that's all i want is some consistency don't try to if you just if you just hate the administration because you hate the administration just be honest about haiti new administration you don't need to sit here and do all of this you know the play this game a cuffs and do all it you don't need to do this so either you're mad because you think it russia was you think you because russia was trying to swing the election and that he they colluded with a plan to do so and or you're mad because he then called russia rivals and we should best them i don't know but they are though russia and china are rivals and of course russia's going to try to russia's is going to try to influence the election every country who is cure anacle like russia would love to see something like that happen of course they would united states does it for crying out loud but i just wish there was some consistency but he was mad because they didn't discuss global warming it's not a consensus yet but that's okay that's all right david gergen david gergen nice guy very stern.
"gergen" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"That has serious implications for the safety and security of the country you think he maybe it's possible he's not sure what's real and what's not oh i i i certainly thing that will go ahead david i think we agree on this point i've done dave yeah you i agreed with what you were saying earlier it will well let us on david gergen do you think it's it you think he may so you're answering the affirmative on that that i mentioned affirmative i think he may persuade himself of things as david axelrod said that aren't true it but he got he persuades himself and he states it through categorically in various ways uh that it does come across it would be an authentic uh even though it's sort of like an alternative facts that other people don't share but we should anderson david asselin he he's also uh uh blazed a trail for others we see a roy more down in alabama even as latest tonight once again denying uh all of these charges from all of these women uh and he's seen the path blazed by the president because even though the president acknowledged his language back in the summer he never acknowledge the acts uh themselves in his david city threatened to sue these women he never did suu uh the women who made the allegation so uh you know in the midst of this really big moment in our coal sure about how men treat women now the president is very much thrust back in the middle of it here and he's trying to uh he's trying to set the terms of the debate david axelrod david gergen thank you both come next how white house event to honour native american warheroes instead touched off an uproar among eight of americans in frankly beyond it was something the president's addeds you'll see when we come back illiterate later here what would david uh would david axelrod which is talking about uh alabama us senate candidate roy more what he has to say after days of silence allegations of sexual misconduct and assault and criticism for so many top republicans of course with the exception of president trump.
"gergen" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Sharp guard might have been david rodham gergen rendered speechless temporarily over the idea that trump was right there was a welder was wiretapping quarter to irian of federal quote of approval there is no federal court of approval and less i've it was this something these people have a federal court of approval federal court of justice department officials in his own appears maybe just the obama team maybe that that that that that that okay did we will have to wait these people are eating and choking on crawl it's yet another example where trump was right they mocked laughed at they made fun of and the new york times reported on it as though we love the way they wire chapter we love the way a trickle lockett manafort sows on cnn's new day today allison cammarata speaking with new york times correspondent maggie haberman about the tapping of paul manafort the sal that talk when sounds like the president was right if paul manafort has a residence in trump tower and paul manafort was being surveilled and wiretapped trump tower with wiretapped l it was not i'm sorry i've had he now well i doubt now but i know that what we know so far does not indicate that trump tower my lines as he put it we're unless you are saying that he owns every single thing in trump tower eddie's would you look at what these people habit of pretzel themselves into various physicians to still try to deny that what trump said was what trump's campaign manager was wiretapped trump's campaign manager has an apartment in trump tower in that apartment or phone lines that's what was tapped and who knows there might have been microphones placed around the apartment itself you don't know here's james colmey march twenty of in washington house intelligence committee hearing on under oath question director comey was the president's statement obama had his wires tapped a true statement with respect to the president's tweets about alleged wiretapping directed at him by the prior ministry shen i have no information that supports those tweets and we have looked carefully in soviet fee i the department of justice as ask me to share with you if the answer is the same for the department justice in all its components the department has no information that supports those tweets well uh is that perjury or not he is under oath will explore that we.
"gergen" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Truly believe if you read barack obama's auto biolgraphies he talks about what essentially black racist he talks about for memory talking about is my grandmother crossing the street afraid of what was that jesse jackson but obama talked about as white grandmother i am fear of blocks he basically comes out in admits to black races at goes to very basic things whether you have respect for minorities whether you have our belief and diversity whether you think his country should welcome and continue to all the epa statue of liberty as a symbol of where we believe in hole look i'm so so think about this they disagree on values okay absolutely they do in fact i hope they do it goes to very basic things whether you have a respect for minorities does anyone i guess so david gergen doesn't think that donald trump has respect for minorities i've actually talk to people that worked with the president i've asked them pointblank have you seen anything that makes you think that the president is racist or has hate this heart not one of them in fact one of them so to me for thought that he did but quit the new york minute dope unintended new york cooking continued whether you have a belief him diversity what is diversity have to do with a secure border and saying that we need to have an immigration policy that doesn't allow people to come here illegally and the live off the producing tax payers of this country that has nothing to do with diversity that he says what whether you think this country should welcome and continue to hold up the statue of liberty as a symbol of what we believe them she welcome heart should just welcome any body because if we were to say which in essence we pretty much have done if we were to say to the entire world we know that most of you live in crap whole countries and we know the most of you live in dictatorships you live in socialist countries you live in places that you just everybody dreams of coming to.