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"Jess. Thanks for joining me today. Thanks so much for having having me on. So let's start with your background. How you grew up what type of religion you were in? And then we'll get get into this because I know people on the edge of their seats thinking about this concept of divorcing religion. How they actually get through it? Get Out of income out the other side Still being friends ends with their ex if you will Yes sure. I was raised in a pentecostal family. So my parents Got Saved some using my air quotes there. They found religion turned to Jesus when they were in their late twenties so before I was born and so I was raised in that atmosphere of a home that had a fair amount of rules so we did have a TV set and we were allowed to watch some shows but there were a lot of rules on what we could and couldn't watch and my father. is quite volatile person so my siblings and I learned early on that it was in our best interests to to follow rules to learn his rules and follow them because then we stood the best chance of not incurring his wrath us uh saw grew up in a religious home. My Siblings They one by one all turned their backs on religion and I was the youngest one and I saw the pain that that caused my folks and I want to call them up and you WANNA say something. I want to break in here and say that. I've seen this a lot like we see a lot the times this picture perfect religious family and more often than not. And I'm not blanketing all you know. I'm not trying to paint all Christians with a broad brush brush but more often than not the more fundamentalist a family tends to be the more. It seems that I don't know the math on this but The more that seems for my years of talking to people that the father of that family almost rules as God does in the Bible. It's very you must fear him. You must respect him. You must love him. There's a ton of rules you have to follow almost seeking perfection. There's very little compassion understanding for mistakes and it's interesting to me that a lot of times those. Those fathers in those fundamentalist religious households are almost on purpose or subconsciously. Or whatever but it's almost like they're trying to take on the mantra or or the the label label of God in the home. Do you see that sort of that parallel. Well I do think that People people who are more rule oriented people who are more authoritarian rigid black and white thinkers. They are drawn to more fundamentalist religions. And of course than it reinforces that If you're if you're the man in the house then you also get to be in charge of your wife and your children and certainly I was raised to believe that I came God and then came daddy but I do know there are also The man that I married is quite gentle person. He's very meek and he's quite a delightful person. We're not married anymore but we've retained a beautiful friendship And he became Really Uncomfortable Baltimore so we moved after we got married. He'll go back into my story a little bit here and then we move to a small town where he could attend a very conservative Urban Bible college and it's well we were there at the Bible College that I started having interactions with closed mennonites. So there were a group called the Haldeman Mennonites Church of God in Christ Mennonites They had farms all around and community. All around this town where the Bible College was us and I started getting really curious about these women. I would see them in the grocery store and they were always very modestly dressed and they were their head coverings and I started thinking. Well what what is that about. What's on with these with these groups And I started doing research About it and I thought well that's very new testament and we haven't been excused from that practice of wearing a head covering and Paul lays out some pretty explicit rules for how women are to behave. And why aren't we doing that. And so I then dove down that fundamentalist rabbit rabbit hole much deeper than my parents ever had got rid of our TV that we had No TV no magazines. No news is papers. Anything that was worldly throughout and wouldn't allow I didn't I stopped wearing. My wedding ring. Grew my hair very long. Stir wearing a covering only skirt says and Did the same for my daughter's my young daughters insisted in all day they couldn't cut their hair and I hope started home. Schooling them and so then my community really was very insular very fundamentalist and as my ex husband would say say I simply drew my circle smaller and smaller if you can imagine what that's like as I started thinking while I'm I'm I'm really genuinely pursuing holiness and righteousness and these other people. They're just not measuring up so I went down that road for Quite a few two
What to know about Trump's Wildwood Rally
"It was all love inside the wild woods convention center for president trump that wasn't the case outside chance of four more years in USA build a wide with convention center all throughout president trump's rally which lasted just over an hour tens of thousands of supporters watched on screen outside this building seven thousand people Robert laid off is one of the ones who made it inside what brings out to this president trump rally just want support president trump hoping for another four years what is it about president trump that entries every chatter to the Jersey Shore the medal winner I love for once we got it is somebody was elected president was actually carrying out everything said he was going to do when he was running for president outside president trump protest try to make their voices are as we feel like it's our moral obligation to show up and resistance and reject everything that the trump administration stands for and now that our congressmen assigned nine hundred percent with it we're just here to stand in opposition just talking about Jeff van choose the next president trump about the rally the president Haldeman for ages the one with the nineties and I answered framing him but I mean it
"haldeman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And Nixon is getting pretty steamed about it his chief of staff HR Haldeman has an idea John maybe they could blackmail Johnson the stuff that might be worth going off Holden explains that White House aide Tom Houston thinks there might be copies of classified files that would embarrass Johnson at the Brookings Institution a Washington think tank but it could go over no right to I yeah those did you catch the Nixon says he wants Houston's plan implemented on the thievery basis during his aides to commit a crime on tape by orchestrating a break in a broken as it turns out the bridge connecting passport doesn't appear to have ever happened this sounds familiar right this started in motion a chain reaction so that gave birth to the to the promise to find out what else I had and stop me from putting it out if you don't remember from that history class the plumbers were a group of former CI a guys and Nixon loyalist did legal work for the president they famously got arrested while trying to bug democratic headquarters at the Watergate hotel but did you ever wonder why they were called the plumbers regionally one of their jobs was to stop and start leaks and leak number one was the Pentagon papers Ellsberg.
How Watergate Set the Stage for the Trump Impeachment Inquiry
"The conversation you just heard between Richard Nixon and his former Attorney General John Mitchell in one thousand nine hundred ninety three was later used news to convict Mitchell on charges related to the Watergate cover up and to send him to prison Mitchell was one of several officials who wound up in prison after after Watergate less than there is that while trump may consider himself to be invincible thanks to that can't indict memo at the DOJ history suggests the people surrounding the president are not always safe. It was the release of these secret tapes that ultimately brought Nixon down but like trump Nixon fought to keep keep those tapes secret he did not admit to his crimes out in the open trump. Meanwhile not only admits to his crime because sometimes commits them on the White House lawn likewise China should start an investigation into the by because what happened in China is just about as bad as what it happened with with Ukraine so I would say that presidents Alinsky if it were me I would recommend that they start it into devices because nobody has any doubt that they weren't crooked. This really should come as no surprise because Donald Trump has repeatedly welcomed and even solicited foreign Kim's Hain help and he has a history of admitting his misdeeds on camera Russia if you listening I hope you're able to find the thirty thousand emails that are missing. I think you will probably be rewarded. Mightily by our press regardless of recommendation I was going to fire. Call me knowing there was no good time to and in fact when I decided to you just do it. I said to myself. I said you know this rusher. Thing with trump and Russia is a made up story. You Might WanNA listen. I don't there's nothing wrong was listening. If somebody called from a country Norway we have information on your Oh. I think I'd want to hear you're like Nixon. Trump has managed to induce lots and lots of government officials from his vice president to the secretary of state diverse White House officials and diplomats to his is George Mitchell Attorney General William Bar to join in trump has already landed people in prison those who committed crimes to please or to help trump along with many others who were indicted and Robert Muller's Russia probe so the question for trump's people the people ladies corrupted as part of his own immensely corrupt government. Is that a dirty they willing going to get an are they risking sharing the fate of people like Mitchell in Flint and Michael Cohen Paul Manafort join now's Elizabeth Holtzman author of the case for impeaching in trump former assistant watergate special prosecutor Jill wine banks. MSNBC legal analyst my widely MSNBC CONTRIBUTOR BARBARA mcquade and Korean jean-pierre appear chief public affairs officer at move on Dot Org. Thank you all for being here. I'M GONNA go right down the middle of my interesting here and go right to Joe Wide Banks because let let me play you. This is congressman. This is actually a Republican congressman back in nineteen seventy three actually calling Nixon's impeachment take a listen to this after having read and reread and sifted and tested this massive information which came before us. I've come to the conclusion that Richard M Nixon Nixon has beyond a reasonable doubt committed impeachable offenses which in my judgment are of such sufficient magnitude egg the Tude that he should be removed from office. That's his name is representative Lawrence Hogan and I believe he is the father of the current governor of Maryland Larry Hogan. If I'm not wrong long so it is possible when people see the evidence they come to the conclusion that the president is committed high crimes and misdemeanors. That's high crimes and misdemeanors but what I want to ask you about jail is the people around Richard Nixon because not not a few of them went to prison. Can you just remind folks who around Nixon wound up not impeachment truck but on the going to jail truck well it was a big group of people who went to jail. It was his White House counsel John Dean who also cooperated with US and was I'm waiting for the John Dean of this scandal to come forward and it may already be the whistle blower it could be Mister Taylor from the State Department in addition his Attorney General John Mitchell went to jail his chief of staff went to jail Mr Haldeman even his chief domestic adviser. Mr Ehrlichman went to jail. There were a big cast of characters that went to jail because they committed crimes James and they did it because he set a tone that it was all okay I m above the law and whatever I do cannot be criminal. We have clear evidence that Donald Trump abetted by William bar is in exactly the same position of I'm invincible. I can do anything he has publicly stated dated that I have total authority to do whatever I want and that was the auditioned memo that attorney general by wrote to get the job so we're in really a the big fix here because the government has become completely lawless and they must be held accountable that is essential and I believe like Acre Representative Hogan that facts matter and I believe that even the most loyal Republicans who are now standing silent they may not be coming out for impeachment different but they aren't defending this terrible threat to national security in fact to world security because by not giving the equipment that was necessary to protect checked Ukraine. They are leaving Ukraine vulnerable to Russian further incursions and that's a terrible thing I mean even Mitt Romney Mitt Romney who who Korean I will remind folks. He did that humiliating auditions where he sat for dinner with Donald Trump to try to become secretary state the irony being had had he actually gotten the job. The likelihood is that Mitt Romney wouldn't have done what might pump pay does it wouldn't have been willing to go around selling these crazy conspiracy theories to prove approve Russia innocent and wouldn't have been willing to ignore subpoenas e but he'd be much more likely to do the right thing. This is what he wrote on twitter. He said when the only American citizen trump single singles out for China's investigations political opponent in the midst of the Democratic nomination process it's strains credulity to suggest it is anything politically motivated so at least there is the chance that there are awesome other Lawrence Hogan's. Maybe yeah I think that's right. I think Republicans a Senate Republicans in particular because we know that lawns who the Republicans who support Donald Trump up in the house. They're all like diehards. They're the ones who out out there. It's the Senate Republicans that we really kind of have to key in on and they've been pretty quiet right. They've been hiding except for four Ben Sasse and as you mentioned Mitt Romney and I think that's probably why Mitt Romney didn't become secretary of state. Donald Trump knew that because what does Donald Trump want right. He wants loyalty which is why he's getting from Pompeo you know where he's getting from pants and it's a one way street with Donald Trump. He will throw all them under the bus as he tried to pence for doing that. Press press press reading where he was just kind of like you should go look at pences phone Oh yeah and threw him under the bus so this is where we are and we're pumpkins have to really think about this. They have to think. Are they really going to really grab onto this wagon this unstable wagon that trump has having now who is a one you know kind of doing this this this this kind of war room on his his own hell bent on doing it and it's a twitter deck and it's really that's it and watching Cable News TV and this is where we are right now. Republicans really have to step up here and the other thing too is. We don't know how this is going to end up. We've never been in this place before impeachment on national security so we we just this is unchartered territory. Yeah absolutely and Barbara WanNA come back because you're so between what green is it which wine banks has said there are a number of people who are allowing themselves to be corrupted along with Donald Trump and the Nixon example is that Nixon didn't go to prison but a whole lot of people around him who you just heard Jill wine banks mentioned went to prison because people willing to commit the crime for him. There are willing to help him to do what he wanted done and once you've done it he may not have liability under that. Doj Memo but you might and I wonder if when you look at the fact that the Attorney General of the United States is flying around the world attempting to prove this conspiracy theory that it was Ukraine Russia that it attack our election when you have the State Department the head of the state our Secretary of State participating on the call lying to the American people about being on the call in which Donald Trump is pressuring a foreign government to help him with an election in which he's committing a crime for which apparently he can't be prosecuted right now where you have senior White House officials hiding hiding the evidence of transcript of Donald Trump's calls in a place that they're not supposed to be in a high security server when you have foreign diplomats pressuring Ukraine essentially trying to strong arm them to help Donald Trump with this conspiracy theory investigations in exchange for aid by could go on and on and on the number of people who are participating participating do any of those people Barbara face potential legal liability. Can any of these people pretend as the vice president and the secretary of state are pretending they don't have to listen to subpoenas but they like trump are above the law no joy any one of these people could be charged with a crime as we saw as Jill explained in the Watergate scandal. You know whenever you've got a public corruption investigation even at the just the garden variety the kind of cases that I was involved evolved with when you approach people you often tell them look you can be a witness or you're going to be a defendant in this case. The choice is yours and already I think we're seeing people people making that. Calculus Kurt Volker resigning abruptly last Friday and agreeing to come testify in bring those text messages which are incredibly Lee Damning. I have seen cases charged on far less where they are talking about the scheme and the scandal. I think Gordon Sunlen has extreme exposure exposure based on what is said in those I think Bill Taylor is someone at the State Department who looks like somebody who wanted to do the right thing.
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"Not during a scene with her finish said later, my new I was acting, but my heart didn't and my body. Certainly didn't I won't discuss it more because of the degree of intimacy involved. That was Finney the chemistry between the two is unmistakable Harris writes, and perhaps at its most powerful during the scenes when you're wondering whether Mark and Joanna should stay together at all a counter to your point about the Manzini score. He says, Don and gives their dilemma a great glossy coat from the gorgeous animated opening credits by 007 genius MAURICE binder to what may be the most melancholy romantic theme, Henry Mancini ever composed and then on its poignancy. He says undone in steady hand to for the road. Does what only a Hollywood movie can do it convince you to beautiful movie stars tooling through France and car are just like us. It's everybody's marriage. That's on trial in this film. If you've ever failed to let a fight go or said one thing too many or kept silent rather than apologize. You're likely to recognize a bit of yourself in the shards of the Wallace's the point about how they're just like us the scene that I think does that. So well is when they are forced to stay in the chichi hotel and have to kind of dodge around the fact that they can't afford to tell the restaurant. I mean, those charged for it is just a great secret. So fun so two for the road, my choice. Maybe Mark Harris's choice. If indeed he was participating in the marathon Thanos pick. I know it's not your choice though, Josh. And you know, what it's also not the choice of another guest. We have teased at last week that my daughter Sophie has been watching all of these films with me the first film finding marathon any of my children have fully participated in. And she wanted to play along and weigh in with her choice for best picture. I'm Sophie Manar in my awards for best picture goes to funny face. I was sucked in soon as the bundle of pink fabric hits the camera during the opening number it sets the tone for the whole movie fun wins ical, vibrant that. Coupled with an excellent performance from Audrey Hepburn led to experience where to quote, my dad. I couldn't wait to rewatch it as I was watching it. So there's my daughter quoting me quoting same van Haldeman? But that's fine. We'll go with it all goes round and round. Well, I knew Sophie was sharp. But this seals the deal. I mean, she she got the pick. Right. Funny faces the best picture of this marathon. I'll admit I probably enjoyed charade as much while watching it. But I think for me funny face has those musical production numbers that just are going to put it over the top. If you're comparing the two not only what I've already mentioned in these awards, but how about on how to be lovely that satirical, duet with Hepburn and Kate Thomson. I think that one really is crucial because it undercuts some of the movies fashion fascination that that they got into labout. That's great. Irene George Gershwin's. He loves and she loves I don't think we talked about this when we reviewed it at all. But this is where Hepburn an Astaire are at an. Outdoor wedding photo shoot. And they dance their way across a stream by lightly stepping onto a floating raft. I mean, here's another almost over the top Don touch could have been a pick for physio seen as well. So funny face. It's just stuffed with production numbers. Most of them quite delightful. Domine, of course, will forever be known for co directing singing in the rain. But I do think funny face has deserves a place in the top tier musicals conversation. Well, it's my runner up certainly for this marathon film. I did enjoy and has so many of those great done in moments. And touches that's our marathon. Are thanks again to Sophie to Nathaniel, of course, for all of his insights and launching all of these conversations. We hope you enjoyed this marathon whether you were following along or not and able to watch every film, we do have another marathon coming up. We don't have the date set exactly for when it will commence, but we're going to take a look at the work of Josef von Sternberg and Marlene Dietrich that collaboration. You can find. More information about all of our marathons, including listening back to all of these Don and conversations at film, spotting dot net. And just click on marathons at the top of the page.
"haldeman" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"Financed. The Watergate break-in Bernstein names them off Mitchell, stands mcgruder comback. And then they tell. Slum that they have confirmations on those for they just found out about Haldeman as the fifth can he confirm that you can tell by Sloan response that he doesn't want to be involved with that the conversation to move is exactly like this. But it goes something like, I'm not your source on that. You don't have to be the source. We just need you to confirm it. Then continuing while when you were questioned by the grand jury you had to name names. Of course replies. Sloan. A bit frustrated that he won't name names. Now Woodward says, well, if we were to write a story naming Haldeman as the fifth man, controlling the fun would we be wrong? After a pause Sloan says. Let me put it this way. I would have no problems with that story. Was that the confirmation they needed sounds like it the reporters rush off a little while later. We see Sloan on TV he denied naming Haldeman. We can see his attorney on screen talking to the reporters saying that Sloan did not implicate mR Haldeman in his testimony to the grand jury. Wait, what this is a punch to the gut for the reporters. They were certain Haldeman was the fifth, man. All of that is true. While the specifics are made up, of course, as they are for any movie, but the gist is pretty accurate now up until this point you'll notice that the four men Bernstein named in the movie included, a few more names. We haven't talked about in this episode yet, specifically mcgruder comback lead. You can probably imagine. There's just too much information to expect to be covered all in a single podcast episode. So if you wanna learn more about all this would really recommend picking up Woodward and Bernstein book that the movie is based on as a quick overview, though, we already learn. About CRP's chairman, John Mitchell and CRP's finance chairman MAURICE. Stans.
"haldeman" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Ellsberg the whistle blower leaked it to the New York Times. And the New York Times published it. And things turn Nixon around because the original advice, he got from Haldeman. And Kissinger was this doesn't involve us. This involves Kennedy and John right, blame the Democrats. That's what they told him. Yeah. Yep. But one it was a challenge to all presidential authority to have this big a a leak undermining all the rationale for the for the Vietnam war and two it was all of Nixon's enemies. Up antiwar protester, a whistle blower and the press, and especially the New York Times, which was one of those classic enemies. They were replaced. He he got an injunction against their their publishing. The papers. They were immediately replaced by the Washington Post. And when he got injunction against the post, then it was the Boston Globe. And the rest of the American media, it became Nixon versus his old enemies in the press very quickly. And at that point the battle was joined, and there was there was no raining human, and at this point where as all other presidents had used Jaeger Hoover in the FBI for their dirty tricks. They're black bag jobs burglaries in their wiretapping. All of a sudden now J Edgar Hoover is looking out at the political scene, and realizing that he doesn't have this kind of support anymore, and he realizes it before Nixon does and he tells Nixon, I'm not gonna do this kind of stuff anymore. So Nixon dreams up his own. In house band of burglars in black bag job experts and wire-tappers brings them in housing calls them, the plumbers. Then of course, they're the ones they go after Ellsberg at first. But eventually they ended up being involved in Watergate as well. That's how the plumbers came to be was about the Pentagon papers. And the Pentagon papers stopped before Richard Nixon was president. That's the peculiar twists that. This is this fate is turning. It was a challenge to Nixon's authority and yet. The way it's presented here. Once he brings in these characters, and they are wonderful characters. No, one could invent them. These this has to be history. Lady is forty one hundred fifty three from the CIA mcchord is forty seven from the CIA. Does Richard Nixon know about the -mergency just give the order to Haldeman make this go away, or you know, who will who were leave me of this priest as the is it that kind of. I think that's definitely a at. My study of Watergate is that it was a as as Haldeman said, Richard Nixon did not order them into the into the Watergate office com, nor did he offer. A did. He order them into the to break into the psychiatrist's office. Not once but twice. I think they were there. I mean, they probably lived there for a couple of days there were so floppy. Yeah. But he, but he, but he he created an atmosphere in the White House that that caused this those are Haldeman were caused this to happen. And you can hear them on the tapes, you can hear him ruminating with Haldeman saying Bob, don't you think this is about time that we got out there and started wiretapping eavesdropping on the democratic candidates? We need to destroy these people this. And so I mean, it it it was not a one or two isolated murmurs that some aid heard and misinterpreted. This was indeed a climate that was created from the very top and Nixon whether intentionally or not never actually had to give an order. Go bug Larry O'Brien's office because he'd been talking about bugging. He'd been talking about dirty trick he been talking about putting an agent on teddy Kennedy's ticket service. And where did you learn it, John? He didn't learn it from Eisenhower did he learn it from Johnson where did he come up with the idea that the president could do this? I think that Well, I I did not get a tremendous meta help from the Nixon family, but I did ask Julie Nixon that question, and she said undoubtedly, it was the experience that he felt that he was cheated out of Illinois in Texas on election night, nineteen thirty nine hundred six to he.
"haldeman" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Did not order them into the into the Watergate. Office competent or did he offer duty order them into the to break into the psychiatrist's office? Not once but twice I think they were there. I mean, they probably lived there for a couple of days there were so floppy. Yeah. But he, but he, but he he created an atmosphere in the White House that that caused this those are Haldeman work caused to happen. And you can hear them on the tapes. You can hear him ruminating with Haldeman saying, don't you think this is about time that we got out there and started wiretapping eavesdropping on the democratic candidates? We need to destroy these people. And so I mean, it it it was not one or two isolated murmurs that some aid hurt and misinterpreted. This was indeed a climate. That was created from the very top and Nixon whether intentionally or not never actually had to give an order, go bug. Larry O'Brien's because he's been talking about bugging. He'd been talking about dirty tricks. He'd been talking about putting an agent on teddy Kennedy's secret service. And where did he learn at John? He didn't learn it from Eisenhower did he learn it from Johnson where did he come up with the idea that the president could do this? I think that well I asked I did not get a tremendous amount of help from the Nixon family, but I did ask Julie Nixon that question, and she said undoubtedly, it was the experience that he felt that he was cheated out of Illinois and Texas on election night nine hundred nineteen six he made a naked sixty again, John Kennedy, and that that he made a resolution that he was never going to be out cheated again. And and he was an anecdote it's not in the book, but of a secret service agent walking down the aisle in the sixty eight campaign coming upon Nixon in his seat, and Nixon is pounding his fist into the armrest of the chair saying gotta be tougher. Gotta be tougher. Gotta be tougher. So he was he was determined that this is the way they played this is we're gonna play. It was just it was.
"haldeman" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Who was at HR Haldeman or Erlich men who backed us EPA was John dean, probably several people. Probably also, the Nixon tapes a yeah. Oh, yeah. We did have that tape recorder going that whole time. But that was his political plan was to. To keep his his enemies down and use drug policy to do that. And we're still suffering under it today. Forty five forty eight years later continuing on with the article from fortune, again, they mentioned that Silla Sivan much like cannabis is a schedule one drug, which means that our government says it has no known medical use and a high potential for abuse and addiction by contrast schedule. Four drugs include things like sleeping pills, which supposedly have a low potential for abuse or dependence. And here's where it has its biggest impact number one degenerates all these laws that get people thrown in jail for victimless crimes. And and you know, we do not support that. But the other thing that it does when you're a schedule one drug it makes it very hard for research to happen. Yes. And that's that is a big deal. So this whole time we could had research going on about Scylla Sabin. We could had research going on about marijuana. We could have found ways to help people with these naturally occurring compounds, and I'm actually tired of calling them drugs. They're naturally occurring compounds. As Williams says drugs, you gotta do stuff to you got to boil it. You gotta add baking soda. I don't know the entire recipe. I'm just saying you gotta do stuff to it. Right. But I'm glad you mentioned about it being, you know, this drug or according to the government, a drug that you can't really do a lot of trials with you know, they they do allow very limited very limited. And this article mentioned that it says, but before the FDA that's the food and Drug administration can even be petitioned to reclassify Silla Sivan. I has declared what's known as phase three clinical trials. That process is expected to take about five years only five years, the FDA that's actually relatively quick. Yes. But then you run into problems of if something is right in your. Phase three clinical trials you've got to start all over. Yeah. And if the FDA rejects the results of your phase three clinical trials, you've got to start all over, and it's it's a tragedy that we're still following this idea. And and I'm I'm sure that there are people out there that don't understand the history of the FDA, but the FDA was basically created during the Woodrow Wilson administration, and it's idea cursor from Roosevelt. Yes. Yes. He had done some things. But the idea was how do we protect some of our friends in agriculture or in the production of foods like Heinz ketchup. So we need to have the government regulate certain things that way we can make sure that revenues flow to our friends are ketchup is a vegetable. Yeah. The.
"haldeman" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"And giving them an opportunity to chase a dream and create goals for themselves possibly get an education set the tone for the rest of their life and these tournaments like this give people opportunities that just do something with their lives and keep themselves off the streets so is this the blackout for the basketball no because there's so many great tournaments run around the world and this should not be a representation of what they're doing but as parents we're supposed to teach our kids how to play the individuals forces that we have how to react any situations how to compete how to respect refs and coaches that's our responsibility as parents is not for the tournaments that teach our children i get and we'll end on this no i think it says something about our culture and our lack of respect for authority it's pervasive throughout everything we want to confront and challenge it if someone if aref makes wrong call is because he's out to get us and he's some kind of spiracy and therefore i got to confront him we got to give people more of benefit of the doubt and we gotta get back to a little bit more idealism in my column and really put an emphasis on sportsmanship and how you conduct yourself when you win a how do i know this didn't happen in the seventies eighties nineties there just wasn't a phone like when i watched that i think that's been happening for fifty years i don't i don't i don't believe that i having competed there was more respo there was like a line you didn't cross with rafts and again go back to the football thing i think in the football incident that we show the rift had did nothing although the players accusing haldeman will word or whatever but on this when we see in the video on the basketball deal where the riff squares up and provoke some things but i think most people i'm very involved with my highschools literally program the whole program and this is respect for authority is an issue in sports and just throughout our society i don't think this was asked pervasive as it is now i don't think if you had camera phones back in the seventies and eighties you've seen a lot of i'm alexi lalas i used to play soccer back in the.
"haldeman" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Him in advance a pardon a total pardon in the president's words in that moment he knows and hold them in nose and we will all eventually no then hold them in new everything that nixon had done in watergate up to and including nixon confessing almost a year and a half before he resigned that yet he had ordered the cover up that he was the guilty one that he was the originator of the whole scheme nixon at that point knows and hauled him in nose that have held him in ever wanted to flip on nixon in the scandal nixon survive minutes haldeman had everything so even before haldeman it's criminally charged nixon offers apartment no need to flip all use my pardon power to rescue you see and the reason that is a red hot burning fuse on a legal bomb that is sitting underneath the president is because in that moment even freaking bob haldeman knows that what the president just said that offer of a pardon that dangle of pardon even hold him in nose in that moment that that conversation is criminal obstruction of justice by the president no don't say it don't say it because of course under the constitution a president has the power to pardon people but you can't legally offer a pardon to someone if that would reasonably be construed as an effort to protect yourself from your own presidential criminal liability pardoning someone who's in trouble with the law fine pardoning someone who's in trouble with the law because that person is the nape position to testify or not against the president that is not a legal use of the pardon power that is criminal obstruction of justice by the president.
"haldeman" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"But privately we now know that more than a year before he actually resigned resigned august two seventy four in april seventy three we now know president nixon told his chief of staff he told bob haldeman that he was going to resign sixteen months before nixon actually did resign nixon told haldeman privately that he was despondent he actually told haldeman that he thought he was going to die he told haldeman that he was going to quit as president he said he had to quit because he said that he richard nixon the president he said i'm the guilty one in watergate nixon confessed that out loud to his chief of staff bob haldeman more than a year before he actually resigned from office and we know that as a matter of historical fact because turns out lordy there are tapes from watergate there aren't just the oval office tapes from the nixon administration from the white house taping system turns out that nixon's chief of staff through the whole watergate scandal bob haldeman he also made tapes of his own he kept a daily audio diary of everything he did as nixon's chief of staff i think he did it on a portable voice recorder how the oval office tapes from war gator all kind of crackly and some of them are really hard to hear and there's a lot of background noise haldeman tapes are not like that haldeman tapes are clear as a bell because i think he's just talking right into a hand held microphone and it seems from these these audio diaries that he had a habit of just making one of these audio diary entries at the end of every day to explain what he had done that day as nixon's utterly corrupt criminal chief of staff.
"haldeman" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"People who've worked at the white house say offhandedly that the president did something at aspen for the rest of us that would usually make us think that the president had done something in colorado and aspen colorado but if somebody who's working in a white house says that what they usually mean is actually the president was at the aspen lodge at the presidential residence at camp david that's what they mean when they say president was at aspen and lots of important things lots of important meetings have have happened there bob haldeman h r haldeman went by bob he was richard nixon's chief of staff through the spring of nineteen seventythree true nixon loyalist he had run one of nixon's campaign campaigns for for governor of california he had been chief of staff for the nineteen sixty eight nixon presidential campaign and then he became white house chief of staff when nixon was sworn in all through nixon's first term and office and through the nineteen seventy reelection campaign h r haldeman bob haldeman was nixon's chief of staff which means that holds them in was up to his neck and beyond in watergate the the eighteen and a half minute gap of the mysteriously erased tape from watergate that was tape of nixon talking about something we'll never know with bob haldeman also the smoking gun tape the tape that caused even pro nixon republicans in congress to give up and turn against him the smoking gun tape that actually started the impeachment process rolling inexorably toward nixon that smoking gun tape that really more than anything was the proximate cause of forcing nixon from office that smoking gun tape where where nixon is heard on tape ordering the cia to tell the fbi that the fbi needed to stay out of the watergate investigation the guy who nixon gave that order to on that smoking gun tape is haldeman all the all the worst stuff all the most incriminating stuff all the stuff we remember all these years later it was all haldeman was right there for all of it it was right in the mix of all of the worst of it now nixon to resign until august nineteen seventy four publicly right up to the very end e insisted he wouldn't go there was no need for him to go he'd be vindicated.
"haldeman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A rat restaurant doesn't sound great you know as far as say claude the cockroach he shouldn't be there restaurants settings so here's i think if you're just trying to look to kind of raise awareness to make sure that the park can be safe as possible and others from falling into the clutches of this this this ravenous rat right is one thing or is is our our starve our story here is he is he trying to get some money from the disney that's coming up in a second a disney employee ran over and asked onlookers not to take any photographs according to the lawsuit i'm sure that strategy will work i'm positive that in this day and age whenever you ask a group of people is something awful is happening i'm sure if you ask them nicely we'd appreciate it if nobody took pictures i'm positive everybody would comply if you like a rabbit rodent kind of wrestle someone to the ground at the park and then the the person with the name tag comes out and says hey everybody right don't take a picture several people by way of tax wanna know if the rat bits this man mr hall demons name was remmy that of course a reference to radha to another disney film about a lovable row row level borodin who happens to be a rat and an actual rat so no mistaken identity there who ran a restaurant did did it have an apron see that's where if we could just find out what the rat was wearing the key to the story is that as a result of disney's negligence gaylon haldeman was bitten by this rat and has been beset by debilitating medical problems ever since according to the lawsuit the couple is seeking ready a keep in mind this is disney so you say yourself while it's gotta be well into the millions may be more right what kind of okay so.
"haldeman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Parts of disneyworld are happy but there's also some unhappy parking lots maybe not so high the line in and out not so happy they sure the cash register moments oftentimes not so happy but i they work hard to do what the i don't think anybody on the theme parks i does it anywhere near as well as disney their masters making you feel nice well a man is suing disneyworld i strange reason he maintains the sky maintains that while enjoying a vacation at walt disney world in florida he was bit by a rat which is don't even need to point out the irony of the fact that these spokesperson he's a mouse is a mouse i think if he were bitten by a mouse he would have found that part of the entertainment i'll look a mouse bit me but a rat on to pay extra for that mouse the ultimate mouse experience you gotta sign up weeks in advance i guess any time you have that much everything that much food that much whatever you think they would find a way to is substantiated this is true or is this an allegation well here's the story this is out of florida obviously a lawsuit filed earlier this month in orange county florida claims that a man suffered debilitating medical problems billeting medical problems that stemmed from a rat bite that was suffered at walt disney world the lawsuit which was filed on march nineteenth claims that gaylon haldeman age fifty nine had ridden buzz lightyears space ranger spin back in april of two thousand fourteen okay that's a long time ago this rat statute of limitations is what is the rat statute of limitations someone knows you flip through the legal books there he was at a nearby merchandise store when he was bit according to the lawsuit haldeman was pushing his wife carol haldeman through the store her wheelchair when the rat.
"haldeman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Billy baldwin 55 christopher africans fifty seven years of age snowing song this day in 1865 civil rights leader malcolm x was assassinated at a rally in harlem he was thirty nine years of age who killed them in some of what i would say some of his own people like muslim assassin yes might uh were responsible for his uh his the mars on this day in eighteen forty eight this was published britain by karl marx and friedrich engels vogel the the communist manifesto no the democrat party platform well often one of the say they copied it to the light he'd seventy five this former attorney general and former white house aide h r haldeman john erlich men sentenced to two and a half years to eight years in prison for the roles in watergate the attorney general the attorney general at the cia along with haldeman an early baldheaded guy crazy wifo with john mitchell this legend mitchell i could think of his name nineteen forty edwin land first demonstrate his polaroid land camera used soft developing film how long did it take the produce the photo sixty seconds yes yes sixty sixty seconds there's still one minute used to use those browns hostile has wions gone contact has gone grounds are you taking pictures or just a room in the notice of flora and fauna what were you would inspector you did of that then you the floor that's what i'm saying they were the gilbert twins i think florida corner gilbert at trump i i think it's unbelievable so there you.
"haldeman" Discussed on WLAC
"Zero very easy on talk radio with fifteen ten wola you see a damn shame that mitchell went to prison dean went to prison little torp erlich men went to prison haldeman went to prison and plenty more and i think the president should have gone to prison not for the act but for the cover up and i think that sends a strong statement i think a lot of people think were this is terrible the president's going to prison no that's exactly what perfect nobody in this country is above the law now in many third world countries you go from the presidency to being shot or dragged through the streets and that's not good we don't want to prosecute people simply because there are political competitors i don't wanna say political enemies because then gets going a bit far yes overblown the hype is too much but no i i don't fear for the future of this country listen any time you have a selfgoverning entity whatever that is to homeowner's association the little league you're going to have bad people you're going to have a guy who's going to be the president of the little league who's going to steal all the money one year that's going to happen the strength of the little league is not going to be measured whether one guy steals all the money but whether five years later the little league is back better than ever the strength of the homeowner's association this three the strength of your company.
"haldeman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The edge and he's trying to deflect as much of the heat as possible to former president lyndon johnson he wants johnson to hold a press conference about the pentagon papers johnson is a major stood and nixon is getting pretty steamed about it his chief of staff h r haldeman has an idea maybe they could blackmail johnson the holden them explains that white house aide tom houston thinks there might be copies of classified files that would embarrass johnson at the brookings institution a washington thinktank clinton lead go over appropriate has no right group glasses he the yet logs did you catch that nixon says he wants houston's plan implemented on a fever you basis is ordering his aides to commit a crime on tape by orchestrating a break in a brookings as it turns out the in nixon asked for doesn't appear to have ever happened but this sounds familiar right this started in motion a chain reaction to that gave birth to the to the plumbers to find out what else i had stopped me from putting it out if you don't remember from that history class the plumbers were a group of former cia guys and nixon loyalists to did illegal work for the president the famously got arrested while trying to bug democratic headquarters at the watergate hotel but did uber wonder why they were called the plumbers originally one of their jobs was to stop and start leaks and leak number one was the pentagon papers pillsbury didn't notice at the time of course he was more worried about preparing for his trial he figured he'd be studying the rest of his life in prison and the government was certainly going to try a federal grand jury handed down new indictments today in the case of the pentagon papers the charges were against dr daniel ellsberg and anthony rousseau the former defense department aid could receive a maximum of one hundred and fifteen years in prison and fines up to one hundred twenty thousand dollars els berg is a free man today so he got acquitted rate nope because the trial never got that far in los angeles today federal judge gird interrupted testimony at the pentagon papers trial of at dramatic announcement burn said he had received a memorandum from the justice department stating that to watergate conspirators howard harden gordon liddy at burglarized the offices of.
"haldeman" Discussed on WCHS
"Although you did note to how well bob haldeman in fact uh did stop richard nixon of is more extreme inclinations but i've heard it said that when the haldeman and it is the a alterego john early geman were with nixon that that e weep created a symbiosis of uh if you will lawbreaking uh and i'm wondering the extent to which as you put it in the subtitle how the white house chief of staff define every presidency to what extent did the done rumsfeld define the ford presidency or james baker define the reagan presidency while i think the i think if you know if they pay in the in the book uh i i do think that the chiefs to find every presidency and and a president's choice of a chief says a lot about who he is a richard kurt spread for your story told me that you know every president uh to find himself part the portrait she picks for the roosevelt room and the guy he chooses this white house chief of staff so far they've all been guys um you know uh i think that reagan again defined his presidency by choosing a white house chief who was empowered in a way to really get his agenda uh um reagan didn't make this mistake of thinking that he could run the white house flap cells and some presidents it's it's amazing to me of revelation to me from doing this book just how often the same mistakes it's made again and again and again by president who who come into power thinking they have all the answers and perhaps at this president more than any other uh you know governing it's tough it's nothing like running a real estate for a hat uh curie ford found out that you can't govern according to the socalled spoke to the wheel uh but presidents have been taking well if you guys which has smart how come we beach it all right now uh uh looking at the at a james baker going to the treasury department which was i guess nice for james baker a chance to run his own fiefdom if you will but that of course led to donald regan becoming white house chief of staff for ronald reagan i suppose you would have to say that wasn't the the.
"haldeman" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"The radio go middle or haldeman shock lock down to seven for the panthers hook ag did post trying to back in on brooks spins to the baseline his shot is good right as the buzzer sounded hinson came over to double of up and it was a tough job that dropped in off the glass for cook and a foul off the ball you're gonna called on garrison brooks through second they have both been offensive fouls trying to gain position in pain after picking up his second that rookie will sit down brooks and another rookie will come in eric sterling mainly also brainer robinson is entering and theo pinson is going to sudan i'm okay with that with that a foul or you you wish that they weren't backtoback offensive over the course of the first half but what that does show you is that these active i'd much rather have an active fao than a passive fell an offense when you're trying to burn for position as his part of the it a fresh round off the drive has it stripped away but a foul is called on keeney williams who is reaching the end to try to knock it away the key waves goes gets face to face with sterling manly it was giving the freshman a aggressive teaching lesson foul on williams's first team found a four 443 to go caroline's led by as many as 15 here the first thirteen point advantage 35 22 talbot near the time there will still the right back yard top of the key calls it now the ground his lawn three is good his second that he's been able to make that was from the left wing 450 run here for northern iowa gut carolinas' 15point lead down to 10 heels in the frontcourt working around the perimeter kinney williams as it now on the left trust dry by mcdermott gets caught in the air since it over the felton on rights sidelined he tries to push it up i to robinson but it's not gowns life haldeman so with fifteen on the shot clock carolina will retain possession caught by ten four seventeen to go before the break again go iowa four glass five year after felton's transition three gave carolina 15point lead selten here's the inbounds calls from ocean dishes off the may top left may pass the williams instead little photo from about sixty feet but baseline luke maye has 10 points.
"haldeman" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"The bagdanov in here with you and on the line with us is lamar waldron author of numerous books the hidden has the jfk assassination and most recently uh watergate the hidden history nixon the mafia in the cia he and i together wrote like ultima sacrifice and legacy of secrecy uh back in the day and legacy is sacred since still out there uh still in la yeah lisa great uh lamar what you know let's let's uh a continuing along with us why is nixon but actually to start at tell us how nixon is branding and rodger ales you mentioned rodger ales briefly uh in in my book 'crash 2016 i got all chapter on how rodger ales in the next and white house pitch gop tv to nixon and couldn't get the money for or it finally ails found a billionaire and river murdoch who said yala's do that they call the fox is um but uh you know try nixon use branding and rodger ales to make himself president and how does trump do the same thing well it and even before we get into trump uh a lot of your listeners may have heard the name of h r haldeman auto haldeman an early lim we're nixon's two top aides in his white house most people don't know we're h r haldeman came from if you've ever seen the madman television show were know about advertising people had her h r haldeman came from he was eighty able a california advertising man just one of those in type two who had to come up with all these ways to get people to buy products in one of one of his best successes was the toilet cleaner called fanta flush so basically why even before a else was onboard came on board because haldeman realize they needed someone like that was was they were gonna package nixon and sell him like santa flush and so they would have these things kind of forerunners to fox news.