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"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

08:56 min | 2 months ago

"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"As Democratic senator. Daniel Inouye made his way to Capitol Hill he passed. Droves of reporters camped out along the National Mall. He passed beneath a giant glass booth strapped to the roof of a nearby building. It was for Dan. Rather who wanted to cover the joint us on live television the iconic domed roof of Capitol Hill behind him to call this hearing a media. Circus was an insult to p. T. Barnum this was a free for all but Senator. Inouye had expected this in a few minutes time the entire country would watch. He launched an investigation into Ronald Reagan. One of the most popular presidents in. Us history the air was so tense. You could pluck it like guitar string months ago. The Attorney General had uncovered a secret arms deal with Iran and the illegal funding of an insurgency in Nicaragua. The media had a field day. The American people were shocked. An investigation had been called led by Republican Senator John Tower but towers slapdash report cleared the president of any involvement. The whole thing was a sham. In fact the only thing had accused the president of was mismanagement a few days later. Reagan apologized for the oversight but what the country was meant to move on. Forgive and forget Inouye. Wasn't that kind of person. He knew there was more to the story and decided to head an investigation himself. The senator's car pulled up in front of the Capitol building already filled to the brim with reporters cameramen the joint committee and a slew of non essential staff members there for bragging rights in. Oy made his way inside to the Senate Caucus Room. He took his seat among his colleagues from the Senate and the House. Twenty six congressman all ready to investigate conspiracy charges against the president of the United States. Senator Inouye cleared his throat then began his opening remarks. He said these hearings this morning and for the days to follow will examine what happens when the trust which is the lubricant of our system is breached by high officials of our government. He paused for just a moment. His words echoing through the hall. Not a whisper passed through the crowd. If the rumors were true the president of the United States had been funding a terrorist organization. He had lied to Congress and the American people. And if he got away with it the entire system of checks and balances could break down. This wasn't about uncovering a scandal. It was about power and the precedent that all future administrations would govern by as though reading the minds of every onlooker in the room. Noaa turned grave. This story he warned is not a pretty one in a moment the scandal that would define a presidency now back to the story in the early nineteen eighties the United States was still entrenched in a Cold War. With the Soviet Union anticommunist sentiments were strong and while most of the Western world lived in fear of the Russians. Governor Ronald Reagan's saw the Cold War as a golden opportunity. In nineteen eighty he secured the Republican nomination for President and launched his campaign against Jimmy Carter. His platform included a promise to aid. Anti-communist insurgencies abroad shortly after his inauguration in nineteen eighty one. Reagan started sending financial support to several these anti-communist coalitions they even helped train some of these insurgents at camps in Florida of all these militant groups. Reagan took a special interest in the contras and insurgency in Nicaragua. The contras were fighting the Sandinistas a socialist group that overthrew the Nicaraguan government in nineteen seventy nine. They immediately began dismantling the middle class in hopes of preventing a counter revolution. But despite their best efforts a counterinsurgency brewed Nicaraguan. Exiles began to receive military training at camps in Florida. In nineteen eighty-one Ronald Reagan gave the contras. Nineteen million dollars in financial support. He believed the contras where the Nicaraguan equivalent of the founding fathers at first. Reagan was praised for his efforts to defend democracy abroad. But a problem soon arose. The United States was not the only entity funding the CONTRAS. In fact they made the majority of their money through the cocaine trade in fighting the Cold War. Reagan had inadvertently supported the war on drugs to make matters worse. Information came to light that the contras were abusing and killing Nicaraguan civilians. Congress was quick to act. They passed the first Boland amendment in December nineteen eighty two. The amendment made it illegal for the US to finance any operation to overthrow the Nicaraguan government. But that hardly curbed Reagan's efforts to fund the CONTRAS. It simply moved the operation underground. Lieutenant Colonel. Oliver North was put in charge of a secret council. Called the enterprise. North spent the next sixteen months searching for donations to fund the CONTRAS. He received millions of dollars from unlikely sources including Saudi Arabia and the Sultan of Brunei. During this time he also turned a blind eye to the contras drug trade day trafficked cocaine into the United States and sent the prophets back home. Meanwhile a world away. A perfect storm was brewing seven. Us citizens sat in a rundown in Beirut Lebanon. These men were prisoners taken hostage by a terrorist organization that would come to be known as Hezbollah by the spring of nineteen eighty five. Some of these men had been captive for years. There was immense pressure on the White House to secure their release publicly. Reagan refused to negotiate with terrorists. But privately he asked his National Security Adviser Robert McFarlane to find a way of bringing the hostages. Home with Reagan's permission McFarland decided to broker a deal the Iranian government pressured Hezbollah into freeing the hostages in exchange the United States sold the Iranians thirty million dollars. In arms McFarland funneled eighteen million in profits to the CONTRAS for a while. Washington was none the wiser but in Nineteen eighty-six a Lebanese newspaper reported on the Iranian arms. Deal prompting Congress to ask what arms deal the hearing that followed would last forty one days slowly unpacking the details of this criminal enterprise. Reagan was accused of negotiating with terrorists. Oliver North admitted to acting with Reagan's permission. The evidence itself was overwhelming and yet in the end the entire affair didn't seem to matter macfarland Oliver North and National Security Advisor John. Poindexter would all be found guilty of conspiracy and obstructing Congress. Mcfarland would serve two years probation. But north and poindexter would evade legal repercussions entirely. Reagan was never indicted on any charges. There was speculation about his involvement for the rest of his presidency but the public's memory proved chillingly short. Reagan still left office with one of the highest approval ratings in history his co-conspirators went on to have illustrious careers. In short they got away with it. Hook line and sinker..

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"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

10:05 min | 3 months ago

"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"So the fight starts and a guard shot without shooting a warning shot. I which was very out of a not not standard. He killed wwl Nolan and two other black inmates. Even the leader of the Aryan Brotherhood. Gang thought it was egregious. That really is. I don't think he used that word. But excuse me Hitler's little help a question. Yeah areas like Whoa Dude. I mean we're area in but fair's fair quote they had no right to shoot those hammers. Hell it was only a fistfight though. He might not have said that. If a ricky she had not shot off one of his testicles. Now I don't know what to feel totally fine with it. Yeah no obvious fine with no no but his pure sperm quick pick about pick them up boys boys off the ground flopping like tadpoles sick of all the beautiful blunt babies. I want to bury them individually one by one. All a million to a very mind individually every night. Oh sometimes I put a hole lots getting explained right now so the guard admitted he didn't fire warning shot. Wow I mean this is a different era. It was also an expert marksman so he was clearly shooting to kill the unarmed prisoners. Parents of the dead file the suit. They won seventy thousand together during the trial. A white prisoner said he knew beforehand that the guards were going to shoot. Everybody knew who said a grand jury ruled the killings. Were justifiable homicide crazy term. Can you imagine that happening in America? Not In my America on this day and age that night a new white guard at the prison was grabbed and dragged up three flights of stairs to the top of the cellblock. Georgia's in he was beaten thrown off the building and killed. Jesus Christ a lot of people are clapping on the. Yes George in to coming to George. Black inmates were charged with murder. There was zero evidence. Sure they just decided they did it. Prison authorities said he was the only one who could have done it. George it had met at this point. Many many physical fights with guards. But now he was really marked. A white prisoner was told by guard. He would get special treatment if he killed. George Wow but he was like I don't WanNa fuck with. George was scared of them. Yeah so he's fingers these my head. No I'm GonNa Pass George and the two inmates who were charged became known as the sole the dad brothers leftists outside the prison believed. They were being framed. In Nineteen Seventy George had his first book published which was called. Sala de brother and it was just a collection of letters. He'd written while in prison and a combination of the racism of White America. Now at this point the Black Panthers were very popular with the hip kids. I mean what is going on with the affirmation at this show that like. I don't know what that meant. A whistle regular was was fine. That was like a Falcon ears call. Yes seriously I support you. Maybe the Black Panthers had a whistle happy on the hill. It's meeting time fifteen minutes. Go sorry that's just a bird. Nothing Leonard Bernstein hosted New York Cocktail Party for the panthers and Hollywood celebrities. Fundraise for them. Bobby all I had to do was call up Marlon Brando. Reynosa redgrave and they'd send us a check for five thousand dollars in a minute. She's the Soledad Brothers became the new cause for the left and famous. George attracted the attracted attention after the publication of solid brother but it soon became liberal propaganda and George wanted his writing to serve the revolution. He began studying the FOCO theory of the Cuban Revolution. A real revolutionary strategy developed by Che Guevara that States a small band of revolutionaries can wage guerrilla warfare on the capitalist state. Yes now a FOCO as George Understood. It was a slow buildup of a guerrilla mobile force. That would break him out of prison. And then this group would become the hub of a revolutionary army. George believed he was the quote. Foco Motor Kotor the revolutionary army and he would be called the dragon like a black Cheik of Ara. So He's the Dragon. Sure Back Panther Huey. Newton would be the political leader. His group would provide covert support while Georgia's group operated underground. Okay George put Jimmy car. In charge of the breakout operation. Now car just been paroled but Newton was not being the political leader. George wanted he was getting into cocaine and Co Boissier and he walked out. Oakland and fancy custom suits was now carrying a cane. Well cocaine got into S. and M. and insisted on an open sexual policy with the panthers so we can have access to all the women and a few people left the panthers. Because of this I mean this is not what we got involved here I would. I didn't come for a fuck party. Well let's boat. Can we at least vote on it? Fuck Party will know that I can. You know then yours and girlfriends. It's not a cult. Can it be crazy to think? Yeah maybe we should take a vote. I mean I know count for ten votes were revolution favor. The fuck is at opposed. All right one all right. Great which I'm looking at the same time he was trying to make a deal to make Georgia's story into a movie. You Talk George signing over the rights to his next book blood in my eye the panthers would get four fifths of the royalties and George V. Wow Fair deal yup good deal during all this. Jimmy Carter was working as Newton's bodyguard but he also spent a lot of time in Santa Cruz where he set up a grill training camp in the Santa Cruz mountains okay. He soon realized Newton in the panthers were not the revolutionaries he thought they were quote. What I found was a handful of criminals with the same worldview I'd had as a pool. Hustler Hustler reinforced with heavy doses of ideology and drugs. Now law enforcement wanted keep an eye on car after he was released so they got a snitch. Cars brother-in-law Lewis Taqwa D- was now being paid to inform on car by the LAPD Red Squad. Well got to bring that back. Yeah the Red Squad. What is the Red Squirrel Hunting commies? Oh they're the hunters. They were everywhere. Come still are yeah. They are twitter a lot. Yeah they're on. Every one of them is running for president. I think a few anyone who is not a centrist. So one right you were saying Bloomberg right. Yeah my man in nineteen sixty nine trump. Ucla associate professor famous activists and Black Panther. Angela Davis was fired was fired for being associated with the Communist Party. This was pushed by Governor Ronald Reagan. So she what Guy Says Governor Guy? Best Governor our best President or best president. Yeah you hiss but in. Why are they billion years? Trump will be seen as the new Reagan. Nfl good everybody feeling. I'm sorry I didn't know what I was doing. The last eight years numbers on the case so but she sued and she was reinstated and giving her professors who back. Then hold on then. In June one thousand nine hundred seventy. The region's fired her again. This time for inflammatory language because she had said the region's quote killed brutalized and murdered people's park.

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"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 10 months ago

"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on KOMO

"The kingdom of Saudi Arabia is not the greatest SO down I'm cool it's against the international trees and I get is the security all of the global energy is international community believe that finally. I'm in the sending and we are working with our allies to to to still be around from the at that house tight act Saudi Arabia and the UAE have way too much to lose on this attack exposes that but the question then is what to do about Iran and the use of these trends and missiles Nick Robertson in Riyadh Saudi Arabia. all right it is now nine minutes past the hour on first light as we turn our attention to California you know the states been allowed to set tougher vehicle tailpipe emissions for the rest of the tougher than the rest of the country for fifty years to help it deal with severe smog the skies are much cleaner now but president trump says he's not allowing these waivers anymore Jim Roop joins us from Los Angeles Michael California governor Gavin Newsom says he knew this day was coming thinking about this is I think the day he got an office we anticipated this move Newsome says one of the interesting things about this is that the state's waiver was originally secured by then Republican governor Ronald Reagan in nineteen sixty seven and that led to the clean air act signed by Republican president Richard Nixon in nineteen seventy I Wednesday president trump ahead of today's scheduled announcement by the EPA tweeted out the revocation of the waiver while he was in California raising money for his reelection campaign posting the reason as quote to produce far less expensive cars for the consumer while at the same time making cars substantially safer and quote how cars are safer with less strict emissions standards is unclear but Newsome alleges it's not even about safety or the consumer or the economy or health it's about the. full stop there are allegations that refinery maintenance the call brothers and marathon oil being behind the rolling back of the emission standards set by the Obama administration I don't know what the hell's happened the Republican Party.

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"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:15 min | 11 months ago

"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on Here & Now

"In forty five years ago today. Richard nixon became the only president in american history to resign from office to continue to fight through the months ahead for my personal indication what almost else totally absorbed the time and attention of both the president and the congress that resignation and what led up to it is one of the first things many americans pins know or remember about the thirty seventh president of the united states lately. Nixon's name has been in the news because of a recently discovered exchange he had with then california. Governor ronald reagan again in which reagan describes the united nations delegates from africa as monkeys african komo uncomfortable well a wag. The dog doesn't that portion of the infamous. Nixon tapes was uncovered last month by a former director of the nixon presidential library. I visited the nixon presidential library and museum in yorba linda california -fornia in october. We're resident. Historian greg coming walked me through part of an exhibit showing the assassinations and unrest that preceded nixon's election coming says there's a lot more to nixon's legacy starting with the fact that he took office during one of the most tumultuous times in american history. You look at the sixties in turmoil you have jeff is assassinated. You have a race riots. One close by here in los angeles watts riots. You have a vietnam war that is really becoming controversial not to mention to the assassination of martin luther king robert f kennedy <hes> the most controversial time in american history since the civil war. Why would you wanna be president in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight. That's the question so we get to his inaugural. The simple things are the ones most needed today if we are amount what divides us and cement what unites to lower our the voice would be simple thing so we sing is trying to get america to start listening to each other now. Does he -ccomplish that that's up to the individuals to decide whether accomplishes that goal or exacerbates. If you continue through the museum you will find the section on watergate but greg it coming says there was much more to nixon's legacy than that if you are in our research room there's very little research on watergate. I think it's very difficult <hes> topic to understand the opening to china. I think is a bigger part of his long term. Legacy nixon's visit to china even inspired an opera. What did he do. There was so important well. This is a country that since nineteen forty nine that we've had absolutely zero relationship with we were actually fighting with during the korean war. If you remember no embassies nothing going on and out of nowhere seemingly he announces in one thousand.

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"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Practices. This is used by social network sites. Keep you online longer and that includes features like infinite scroll for news feeds and auto play videos. That's right a Republican and Senator is proposing a new law to curb social media addiction and you have to admit that it is becoming a real problem social media's messing with our brains like yesterday. My Buddy told me something that I liked and I just tap toe twice on the void. It's a problem now. The Senate is bill has suggested a few things like limits for APPs like how much time you can spend on them which is fine but I've got a few suggestions that I think would be way more effective active like I was thinking how about for every half hour you spend scrolling online your phone automatically tweets out a picture of what you look like while you spending all that time school. That's the thing if you WANNA get people instagram. We make a new feature where we say every seventh picture on your feet has to be a semi nude photo of both of your parents yeah yeah you see you're lugging already yeah and I know what you're thinking. I don't and have any semi nude photos on my parents. Well I do. I'll send them to you and finally in other news. Here's one pretty big story that got buried because of the pre presidential presidential democratic debates and it's a story about an American president who is racist and no it's not the one you're thinking of some surprising audio recordings have surfaced of a phone conversation. Nearly a half century ago between President Richard Nixon and future President Ronald Reagan President Richard Nixon recorded himself talking to then California Governor Ronald Reagan in October nineteen seventy one the day after the United Nations voted to recognize the People's Republic of China Reagan had phone Nixon at the White House to vent his frustration at African delegates who celebrated the vote <music> cover comfortable where the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation said it said that fifty years ago he shouldn't have and he would be the first person to apologize. You'll be the first person you should be the only person to apologize. What does I mean? It would be weird if he was like well apologize but only if those monkeys apologize I what a strange thing to say. Also they like if he said there's a recording he said the thing so now that recording come out Ronald Reagan will have to be cancelled which is going to be hard because life cancelled him I well it takes a lot of work to cancel Hansel a dead person. You got to hold a seance some this spirit back from the dead. We like Ronald Reagan. We have called you back to tell you by Felicia so now because of these newly released tapes Ronald Reagan officially has a racist Asterix next to his name as do many former presidents Woodrow Wilson was a segregationist Andrew Jackson wiped out native Americans. Thomas Jefferson had sex with his slaves and George H W Bush shot to Puck Yeah said it proved me wrong so on the one hand it there's disturbing that America has a history of racist presidents but look on the bright side it also means that Donald Trump is more presidential than we thought we'll be right back in.

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Governor Ronald Reagan, Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation And Richard Nixon discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Governor Ronald Reagan, Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation And Richard Nixon discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Here's one pretty big story that got buried because of the pre presidential presidential democratic debates and it's a story about an American president who is racist and no it's not the one you're thinking of some surprising audio recordings have surfaced of a phone conversation. Nearly a half century ago between President Richard Nixon and future President Ronald Reagan President Richard Nixon recorded himself talking to then California Governor Ronald Reagan in October nineteen seventy one the day after the United Nations voted to recognize the People's Republic of China Reagan had phone Nixon at the White House to vent his frustration at African delegates who celebrated the vote <music> cover comfortable where the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation said it said that fifty years ago he shouldn't have and he would be the first person to apologize. You'll be the first person you should be the only person to apologize. What does I mean? It would be weird if he was like well apologize but only if those monkeys apologize I what a strange thing to say. Also they like if he said there's a recording he said the thing so now that recording come out Ronald Reagan will have to be cancelled which is going to be hard because life cancelled him I well it takes a lot of work to cancel Hansel a dead person. You got to hold a seance some this spirit back from the dead. We like Ronald Reagan. We have called you back to tell you by Felicia so now because of these newly released tapes Ronald Reagan officially has a racist Asterix next to his name as do many former presidents Woodrow Wilson was a segregationist Andrew Jackson wiped out native Americans. Thomas Jefferson had sex with his slaves and George H W Bush shot to Puck Yeah said it proved me wrong so on the one hand it there's disturbing that America has a history of racist presidents but look on the bright side it also means that Donald Trump is more presidential than we

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"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Bernie knowledge three trips for thirty trillion dollars so was there a clear winner tonight and last night political analyst with the university of Virginia Larry Sabato I'd worked very carefully this the what would re shuffle the deck and at the end of this debate I decided nothing I saw will re shuffle the deck you really have to look two three four weeks after a debate surprising audio recordings have service of a phone conversation nearly half a century ago between president Nixon and future president Ronald Reagan Reagan called Nixon at the White House to vent his frustration at African U. N. delegates who celebrated a vote as correspondent Paula read reports Reagan called them monkeys president Richard Nixon recorded himself talking to then California governor Ronald Reagan in October nineteen seventy one the day after the United Nations voted to recognize the people's Republic of China Reagan had phone Nixon at the White House to vent his frustration at African delegates who celebrated the vote yeah the where and the Reagan presidential foundation said if he said that fifty years ago he shouldn't have and he would be the first person to apologize he was in line to head el Keita and now he's believed dead CBS news correspondent David Martin one official tells CBS news Osama bin laden's son Hamza is believed to have been killed in a military operation although he was not the target of the operation and was not even known to be at that location it's still unclear when or where the operation took place although Hamzah bin laden was reported to be in either Pakistan or Afghanistan CBS news business analyst Jill Slazenger on the fed today deciding to cut interest rates I think that the fed is really trying to encourage businesses to spend more on hiring and also to increase wages we'll have to see we get our next jobs report out on Friday.

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Ronald Reagan, California And Richard Nixon discussed on Tim Conway Jr.

Tim Conway Jr.

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Ronald Reagan, California And Richard Nixon discussed on Tim Conway Jr.

"Can't find a newly released audio clip has revealed racist comments Ronald Reagan made while serving as California's governor nearly five decades ago in the call from October nineteen seventy one then California governor Ronald Reagan can be heard disparaging monkeys from African countries to then president Richard Nixon the comment was in response to the Tanzanian delegation dancing during a vote about China at the UN General Assembly I'm comfortable where it was released

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Richard Nixon, President And Ronald Reagan discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Richard Nixon, President And Ronald Reagan discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

"Thank you some surprising audio recordings have surfaced of a phone conversation nearly a half century ago between president Richard Nixon and future president Ronald Reagan the recordings were released by the National Archives and they capture the two men using racist language here's White House correspondent Paula read president Richard Nixon recorded himself talking to then California governor Ronald Reagan in October nineteen seventy one the day after the United Nations voted to recognize the people's Republic of China Reagan had phone Nixon at the White House to vent his frustration at African delegates who celebrated the vote everyone of them remember I'm not aware

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"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

Black Agenda Radio

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

"I have actually said that that when officials legislators governors whatever particularly in southern states in act law laws that seek to punish people for boycotting anything. I mean, Israel happens to be the subject is you or but boycotting anything that is very much reminiscent of very ugly period of time when people seeking to preserve racial supremacy in the south. Thought to criminalize what ironically, very peaceful form of protest in the late nineteen sixties, California. Governor Ronald Reagan famously said that's says are charges and the great boycott from the United farm workers was quote terribly immoral without really explaining what was immoral about non violent form of protests. So I think people and even there are some democratic candidates for president. That's Bernie Sanders who would say, look, regardless of whether you think boycotting Israel, Israel, isn't a good thing. The act of boycotting itself, surely falls within the realm of free speech movement, and I think on a wider level. It is kind of ironic that people who are strong supporters of Israel have criticized Palestinians quite sharply over the years for armed struggle for the use of violence in their struggle against Israel. And then find it spree, Iran. Onic that starting in two thousand five when they have urged they the Palestinians vers their supporters around the world to take up a nonviolent form of resistance that has boycotts and divestments that they similarly criticized I mean, one is left saying, we'll what form of protests. What form of struggle? Are you going to find acceptable for the Palestinians? Or for their supporters around the world, those who support Palestinian rights, indeed, and my personal opinion. Once again is regardless of whether one thinks that boycotting Israel is or isn't a good thing. Or isn't is or isn't reflective of one's own politics. Again, the idea I think that so many people for so many decades called on the Palestinians to cease violence and acts of violence and terrorism and pursue a nonviolent struggle. Well, well, and behold, here's what they've chosen 's. So again, putting aside even for a moment the question whether one supports or the idea that people are engaged in nonviolent form of resistance. I think in any part of the world on any issue is a welcome thing that should be embraced. But of course, most anything to do in this country having to do with Israel is always very very controversial. And we're going to see that in the upcoming president. Elections where once again that will be the one thing that both the democrat and the Republican candidate will agree on is, you know, strong support for Israel in this ongoing debate about blacks, and Tyler Stein, and Israel, the Israel lobby often puts forth Martin Luther King as being on the Israeli side of this debate. Well, you know, my research showed that kings position on the Arab Israeli conflict was actually more nuanced than that. And you're right that you know, Martin Luther King junior's is political goal is put capitol. Everybody wants a piece of king. And various people have always suggested, what would king think about this issue that issue the Arab Israeli is no exception. Indeed in the last ten years, or so there has been an article that has often been cited about king..

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"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

10:04 min | 1 year ago

"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Unleashing on Bob Woodward. We got Trump derangement syndrome. It looks like guy Rams a truck into a FOX affiliate. We've got Chuck Schumer on impeachment. The sooner the better he says, and then Trump attacking Nike over the capture Nick an and Shannon Sharpe on on Fox Sports praising the capper Nick Knight yet. So we'll get all that time permitting one eight hundred six one eight seven four four five instant Email. Phil Phil Valentine dot com. We'll address Bill Valentine dot com. Follow us on Twitter at Valentine show. We're joined the Mike by Chris Harris. He's secretary director legislative and political affairs national border patrol council. Local sixteen thirteen how are you? I'm doing fine. So thank you for having me. It is my pleasure. So so he's local sixteen thirteen San Diego, California. Great town that is state beautiful beautiful city, but a sanctuary state. Yes, sanctuary state. But I mean, San Diego tends to be a little more conservative than the rest of the way though, it slipped away really not conserve. I I've been there for twenty one years now, I was from New York originally, it's not it's not like it used to be what happened. Challenging the liberals found demographic. Changing demographics and the state's not splitting so much north-south anymore. It's more east west thing. There's more coastal liberal divide with the more conservative eastern side of the states. Kind of a weird dynamic is that we're they're talking about dividing it when they divide Kanta California up in late two or three states or whenever more than one. Yeah. It would be like a Southern Cal Los Angeles, San Diego thing, and then there'd be more of an eastern side. And then the northern thing. Bizarre. But people unhappy with the way the states trending. Why don't you think it is trending that way? I mean, the California Republican governor Ronald Reagan. They have people like that even Schwarzenegger when he was more conservative than hip. Course. He went crazy on us to what's happening. That state is something in the water or what is it? It's gotta be. I I don't know. I mean, I left New York now same thing, California. Did they've lost. I think a sense of just as far left as you can go. That's how we're going to get elected. Progressive as we can be an term, but the sanctuary city thing is damaging it's damaging to the border patrol damaging. It's damaging to our relationship with the law enforcement. We actually is a lawsuit now against the state of California. You know, it's funny that several years ago. Arizona passed laws that were complementary to the federal immigration was actually took some the verbiage word for word brand. And California's when the states was against it. They actually had friends at a court, Bruce and stuff like that. So they were you can't do that. That's federal stuff. You can't be involved. Arizona you're wrong. But then now Bakshi staggering now they've passed laws that are antithetical that are direct opposition laws in there. Okay. With that. And so there was a lawsuit against the state of California, but a federal government, and there's two points that are brought up in that lawsuit the border checkpoints. And he's a two cases that I'm I'm well aware of who will familiar with one case, our our agency stopped the vehicle with a drunk driver. And you're in California's DUI influence, and we called the local police up, and they refused respond, and it's not because they don't want to because the law says they can't right? So we don't enforce state laws generally, that's not a low we enforce. So we had to literally let the guy go and drive down the road trunk because we can't hold him in the police won't come out for him. So you as a federal agency. She had to let the guy go because of the local folks wouldn't do anything because the statement state law. So there was another case that was up in a lawsuit. We arrested a guy from Mexico who was re entering the country deportation. And he was wanted out of Iowa for a violent felony domestic abuse. So I oh, we contacted Iowa. And I said, yeah, we we want to honor that warrant that's our want. We're gonna we want to execute. It we want. We want him wanted to face Justice. So local Chevron against not his fault said I can't guarantee because he can fight extradition to another state. He might be released, and I can't guarantee you that I can turn them back over to before we release him. So our our chief senior I had to make a decision what to do. And he decided, and rightfully so I believe was that our main focus is to remove people in this country. Normally the guy would have gone to ultimately go onto Ariza to Iowa, and we would have gotten him after he'd served. His term Justice would have been done, and we would have done we did with them. But instead we just had to remove so we had a club. I wouldn't say look because of sanctuary state laws. We can't be guaranteed. That if he's going to be released on some kind of bond while he's waiting for extradition that we'll get him back. So you're gonna take the chance of just throwing him out of the country. So we're we're not gonna take the chance of losing room. So we we removed him from the country when you say remove how do you work? Do you just take the bordering? Just basically. I mean, there's emigrant these on the south side, and they make sure very very carefully. It's only Mexican citizens taking back the guy could have just jumped two seconds ago. But if he's from Guatemala, they're not gonna take them back, but you don't hear had no removal. So there's different means that we can just take their previous ordering removing. But he was moved down knew exactly what the proceedings were. But he was removed, but he didn't get to face Justice Nyla. So the people Iowa didn't have Justice nor did the victim Justice done because the state sanctuary loss, and he's probably back in the country somewhere. I I mean, I wouldn't take bets against that. And you have no way of knowing. Now, we went onto he's picked up again does maybe another heinous crime. So you're down there on the border in San Diego. What's your thought of the wall? I know you've got you got a barrier of some kind of. We have areas where there's nothing where there's one into barriers. It's kind of funny because. Have the technology and manpower to go with it. I use a case in point two six hours in the head with a rock from smuggling four years of traumatic brain injury and thinks the smuggled Coppola defense the border fence, which was eight feet tall there. It's the original fence it came in nineteen Ninety-three from Duncan Hunter, the elder concert hunter retired. Right. And God bless he did that. And I love him. The smug on the fence, and now was resting guy below when he got up and threw the rock and top of my head. If that was a sixteen to twenty foot high fence, it wouldn't have happened. Right. So not only does it keep this country safe from the people there and put it protects the men and women of the border patrol who are trying to protect you. Right. So walls help fences help infrastructure helps I will never turn that down. Because it helps us do our job safer and easier and more efficiently. So we have a thing now project would not fourteen point five miles of the primary. That's that stuff that's rusted aircraft fencing that started that program. It's not the war. Started twelve two thousand twelve and a President Obama that project he signed off on it. But because California's gone so far to the left of the deepened. They have SPF thirty in. My my memories alluding, but it's a Bill it's not a law, but it sitting there, and it's terrified the contractors because what it says that if it ever became a law that if you work on any of the wall projects were border infrastructure projects, you can't you'll lose your state contracts. So we put it out for bid if it'll go put out forbid fourteen point five. Fencing approved Obama hundred fifty three million dollars. I believe nobody bid on. So they had to rebid we checked with a contract association Sacramento. They said everybody's terrified they'll go to business. They know it's an illegal law was passed. We'll take two years to fight it. But they go out of business, right? So California has two states that they say you have to hate if you're a little Arizona, Texas, guess, which what state the contractors from Texas. So that one hundred fifty seven billion dollars of it's going to go into the cough, Texas coffers instead of in the south bay, San Diego. President Obama, and I love these really say, well, if you build a wall, they'll just go around it. None of this no around to go. And here's the thing. People tell you the time under okay, first of all those tunnels, they're not cheap and not easy to make. And so when they catch people in them debts because they think they got burned in at the very end of its career that tells career that put people through now there's different areas where they tunnel into the sewer systems. That's a little bit different. But he actual tunnel. So long several hundred tunnels was go into nears for narcotics because we're expensive. You could not build enough of them. They couldn't do it to to to get to replace the people jumping. So you'd have a win. No matter what we work, very hard. We work. I'm not going to get into operational management. We work at the idea Israeli defense forces and others on tunneling technology and things like that. So it's not as easy. Although this where the Bill the ladder, Jim Napolitano famously said you build a fifty foot water below fifty foot ladder. I was a firefighter in New York. There's no fifty foot large. It's five stories high run a truck on truck might have hassling but nobody's running around with five-storey ladder will laugh if we saw fifty. You guys trying to manhandle fifty foot flat just going to sit there and laugh. So you build a fifty foot war, which we're not going to dramatically increase the safety of this country. But the problem is is that in the last few years left to successfully conflated again two separate things that should be a park, and I'm trying to get people to buy for Keith that again border security is not immigration reform immigration reforms, a tough problem. It's not insoluble, but that's a separate issue. Border security. Everybody should be on board with and even two years ago three years ago, when I meet with people the DA after name, they were nobody wanted cartel gangbangers drug dealers terrorists criminals coming to this country that we should unless you have an agenda where you don't want this country. Right. So we need to get back at understanding is a separate issue from immigration reform, if you're upset because your guard, and you think you might get deported. Okay. That's a different argument. We can have discussion about that. But when I meet with activist groups, and I meet with them, and I get along with a lot and they're upset about the war. I said so tomorrow there was one hundred on the border..

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"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on WTVN

"Ensues Get to that in a second Last. Hour talking about Trump anxiety disorder Yes this is a real thing Kind of on the heels of Trump's Hollywood walk of fame? Star, being pick ax last week And that's the second time, that somebody's done something horrible I guess it's about three. Grand to keep redoing that or. Whatever but, Bill, has been on hold a long time Bill thank you so much for waiting you're. On hey I got to tell. You that this is what I would call anti-drunk anxiety disorder I. Was raised in San Francisco my father was Berkeley, and, right, after Donald Trump, got elected office he raised his hands in the air and, said finally finally after fifty years I can, actually go and be somebody? I want to be and I looked at him and I said what are you talking about I actually like Donald Trump. And I'm switching parties really and he was, a staunch Berkeley professor liberal I. Nearly dropped dead I said I can't believe you're doing. This staff that's why and he's like Yup I've. Had it with Mr. moonbeams Jerry. Brown and I've also had it with the liberals California I'm changing party. So there is hoping. To horizon, I'm hopefully people that under the Trump. Anxiety disorder. Just burn some, incense And Bill I here's the thing growing up I'm sure your dad was very different did you, grow up with that, dad the one you're talking about there absolutely absolutely. In fact when I was nine. Years old I wrote a letter to then, governor Ronald Reagan and talk to her about my. Concerns, about pollution California and Ronald Reagan wrote me, a letter back and and find it and, I. Look over my. Dad I showed him a letter. And he said you will never bring that litter out house ever again And I. Said well guess what Dan I'm becoming a, Republican as democrat so we always had very heated. Discussing The? Dinner? Table so that happened all the, way up until two thousand sixteen then I believe me I think there's a lot of people out there that they don't, like Donald, Trump's the man I can't. Argue with policy You know what Bill you you gotta. Stay far away from any like CNN or CNBC, they were if you add this and this is such a great story it. Like brought somebody, together who obviously was very not likely to end up liking Trump and bringing you and your dad, together on these opinion, it would never make it would never see the light of day if, you if you try to you know this. Story but this is the first time I've heard something like this is crazy especially, knowing your, dad's from San Francisco zone I was just in over there Last month and we sat down and had urban and I'll eat you talk about was the the Mathis shape at the economy was in that was under the, last administration about how. The deregulation dad liberals love regulations I can't believe he even switched on that regulations. Are, telling. The state of California. Wow wow he's got a. Brain I. Can't believe it. Bill that's awesome.

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"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on KGO 810

"We were talking about the return of pay toilets in some of your gritty urban areas i wanted anywhere one assemblyman assemblywoman march fong in california nineteen seventyone championed the idea that pooping is a basic human right governor ronald reagan signed the legislation into law then greg points out a few years later march fong leverage your fifteen minutes to become california's first female secretary state adopted son matt fong ran a dreadful one thousand nine hundred eight senate campaign against renowned imbecile barbara boxer and i graf entirely to get to the phrase renowned imbecile barbara boxer well written craig let's get the news now with marshall phillips solve land scaredy secretary christian nielsen defending the trump administration's policies in immigration we have to do our job we will not apologize for doing our job we have sworn to do this job speaking law enforcement summit in new orleans today nielsen insisted the children who have been separated from their parents at the border are being well taken care of it is important to note that these miners are very well taken care of don't believe the press and you're a legitimate seeker of asylum go to a port of entry did you hear our immigration experts saying we give them dental care that they don't get back in their own country and everything why are we paying for this most passionate people.

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"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Herald radio hillary shiva new animal house where we detail massachusetts political scandals throughout history this week we are looking at former massachusetts congresswoman congresswoman margaret heckler she has a lot of interesting stories when it comes to massachusetts and when it comes to her career but the one we're going to focus on is the end of there's none of the entire end but basically the pinnacle of her career it could be said was her appointment as secretary of health and human services under president ronald reagan now she ended up having to step down from that basically ousted by reagan and reagan sort of team in part because of this supposedly messy divorce that she had and that's the part i'm going to focus on in terms of this week's animal house there is this scandal supposedly about her divorce and that was used politically as a shoehorn to some extent to get her out of the position she ended up going on to become ambassador to ireland and how did you know ongoing career after that about women in politics and her role in it because she actually was one of the co founders of the massachusetts women's political caucus so it's a big deal i mean she broke a lot of barriers so this is a woman who got elected to congress in nineteen sixty six and this is before talking about new divorce the the first state that past no fault divorce which is like the modern divorce laws we have wasn't until nineteen seventy interestingly enough was california and that lawless that was signed into law by governor ronald reagan himself a divorce but she in one thousand nine hundred sixty six she beat joseph martin junior who had been in office for forty two years as as speaker of the house of representatives so she in a primary shoot him they're both republican so i mean that's that's a pretty good way to start your well she'd been counselors on before knows what the hell the governor's councillors but that's that's a huge electoral win i mean for any woman to get elected to congress in nineteen fifty six th that's that's that's pretty early in the middle of the.

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"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"They kept them in jail for six months i mean we have thousands of people coming across the border every month and there's no way to stop them we have to do what the saudis have done what the israelis have done what they did in berlin we need a wall need a wall so that people can come through the wall through an opening in the wall that allows people to come in to work people who work for farmers people who wanna come in and work during the day and go back across bar there are ways governor ronald reagan controlled the southern border when he was a governor and we have to go back to that policy yeah basically it's odd door to our house and some people we want to allow in for all kinds of reasons immigration everything else some people we want to allow him because they want to work here and we need them some people we want to allow in because they want to go to school here and then leave and some people we don't want to allow in and it's our call is that reasonable very reasonable has as i said this is the only country in the world that doesn't have a border we don't have a border by that you mean a border this defended because as you pointed out the southern border of mexico is a wall that would make the berlin wall cheap we don't enforce our border and there's a large group of democrats and republicans in congress who refused to pass troppled legislation to control the border this is.

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"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That something me you don't really figure out that was just something in him shirley was not a criminal mastermind he'd get loaded and impulsive and once robbed a burbank icecream company of eight bucks using it tori gun in his brief moments of civilian life he'd been a shade tree guitarist at best strumming cords along with the radio but with all that time to kill behind bars surely began writing songs eight the mine in a dream you've got to be something them in principle hardaway claim in a like you can do it gambler you can do it hustling the andrew issued narcotics there are taken feels but you've got to have something going the let you faith that next day no one would have heard any of those sanity preserving turns without the divine intervention of reverend floyd grasset he was visiting prison chaplain on the outside he had a church in ventura and johnny cash was a member during caches were her sle the night before the show it drop by and delivered a tape of a song straight from prison the stall jabaliin after his triumphant performance at folsom the man in black was on a mission to set surely free he stepped in with connections that included governor ronald reagan and reverend billy graham he got surely transferred to the minimum security prison at vacaville cash also got him a record it was a messy ethnic conflicts thing kicking into high gear i'm gonna say this guy and process save myself that's nashville pedal steel master lloyd green he was one of the session players imported from tennessee the backup surely on his selfnamed album recorded live in vacaville while he was still doing time irna so i was thinking about all the phases out there that i can see that i've been seeing.

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"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"And powerful member of the senate now uncovering the corruption of the fbi the twoparty duopoly the elites of both parties particularly now that the tax bill has been passed still are planning to try to remove uh this president through a coup d'etat what my friend stephane mollet calls a soft who we know how this works you would need a majority vote of the cabinet plus the vice president to remove donald trump now the president would have the right to appeal that to the us house of representatives workhorse paul ryan is in full control i'm not saying that the caucus would vote to remove the president unanimously but i think those combined with done crowds who probably be found for such an illegitimate action this is the greatest danger and now sadly i think steve bannon is entire strategy is transparent evidently he now supports the removal of our president in some misguided view that he steve bannon could then challenge vicepresident been president hans and the boasted he ban would run better among evangelical than fence while if mike pence shouldn't become president and does so with the blood of donald j trump on his knife he will not be the republican nominee for president in 2020 even if he is a city incumbent president at that time i went through the gerald for a presidency and the challenge by governor ronald reagan didn't we came close to beating ford and by the way just remind you ford than lost the general election to jimmy carter opening the door for the reagan presidency and the first resurrection of our nation the first effort in my lifetime to make this country great again but i think bannon's game plan is now exposed for everyone to see very very sad just desperate to maintain his relevancy claiming he was the author of the second american revolution winners all of us of the author and of course dodd who was in charge of all of that enclosing here roger clearly it shows the insanity of the globalist and the republican establishment is willing to lose the presidency to share power to continue their power with the multinationals that have hijacked the nation.

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"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"The usa how are you today i'm doing welcome thanks for having me again always a pleasure to have you greg so a tax fraud i do know is can charge for that to what's going on well this is a investigation that doesn't have very strict parameters so bob muller the following wherever they the breadcrumb trail lead the end of for paul manafort and bore his a associate mr hicks that means a deep dive into a lot of their business dealings with the ukraine back when the government there was very cozy with vladimir putin uh paul manafort did a lot of business over there made a lot of money how he got that money back to the united states and around his income tax returns allegedly is a major focus of its investigation though in terms of the manafort and hick uh indictments today the bad news is that the two people that worked for donald trump in 2016 are facing very serious felonies of the uh the book the good news for donald trump though is that none of it relates to activities within the campaign at least as laid out in the indictment today that is good news greg up here were you surprised i'm paul manafort joined the campaign i was given that he has this history obviously russia wasn't that big of a deal in the campaign at that time and he was no and more as a top convention broker at a time when uh ted cruz and some of the folks uh known as never trumper trying to uh benda not ban but necessarily you is the convention rules to their advantage dejan perhaps denied trump denomination uh so this is a guy who had worked with gerald ford way back in nineteen seventy six when there was a tight nomination fight with him and then governor ronald reagan so that part made sense but given the baggage he brought with uh you got to think that there are other people out there that might have been able to do the work yeah hey greg law enforcement they've been looking at the metaphor some red flags been coming up and this fiscal back like quite a long way.

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"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"For calling in really appreciate it what are your thoughts on steve bannon is he good for trump is he bad for trump is good for america is he bad for america how you doing good rather thanks so much for calling in uh nope route break but paik of our car what it i think the banned it it great green bay it bit me in opening the door for people to rid of it but wait a fear and it could combine out though weaponry or cattlelike omega carlo uh it repair trump ingo hanako but what about black liars earlier people claim that put get out of the town from the epa our math the pace and burnt down simply because break family was prosper uh the gun right there were taken away in cabot call year macau also uh the black catholic was pregnant turned are open care of course nagel that was the 19th sixty seven act that was passed by then governor ronald reagan uh big victory yet but arab have damp that said i i believe it was the mall burg act and you know that is one of the interesting things about ronald reagan's legacy that no one really talks about is that he did passed extremely harsh gun legislation i'm sorry the mulford act of nineteen 67 extremely harsh anti gun laws to disarm the black panther party would not only there uh we care for get cohen pay a prowestern went in a thought it already gang war when these games a super glue put together could protect themselves from the police type i will get going all right now so if if perry enter spain i hear from your car or truck about the lay its corporate.

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"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"governor ronald reagan" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Of gun control among will because of blacks just listen and then we'll try to figure out what they're lisa legal gun ownership among black americans is is combustible as it is complex some of contended that might who guncontrol begins not cold shootings but with the black panther body self defense black panther party for selfdefence what are you talking about and some have contended that my gun control begins now cold shootings but with the black panther applauded for selfdefence oh may nineteen sixty seven legally and the california state house brandishing shotguns and pistols to protest the bill proposed pacific specifically to restrict van gun rights dry he's correct you can find old video of this so the black panthers actually walking him to sucked into the capital of sacramento carrying shotguns and rifles and things over their shoulder all in protest of a bill that would prevent the black panthers from possessing firearms hm who who will be doing that you will love me tom revolutionaries prompted then governor ronald reagan signed the bill into law forbidding public carrion loaded firearms mm yes the great ramon murgles the that it's not stopping california sense registering ammo we're gonna put some sort of of of of of of ids the idea material or what have room to into ammo collected without ids a little tags in in ammonium nitrate because of tempting timothy mcveigh because of the black panthers i'm were simply exercising their second amendment rights so reagan reagan stops that and gun control in california has just resumed ever since so what's the point of else trying to make another incidents of the arrow prompted lawmakers to pass the first national gun control legislation of the postwar era to the point that i think he's trying to make use because blacks in this particular case black panthers were arming themselves then why people decided all my gosh we can have guncontrol kind of have done control launching.

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