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Fresh update on "jfk" discussed on Bloomberg Best

Bloomberg Best

00:59 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jfk" discussed on Bloomberg Best

"I'm Julie Ryan. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. Some news out of Tesla today Tesla reporting deliveries for the second quarter that missed the average analyst estimate in a Bloomberg survey Deliveries were 254,695 versus the estimate of 261,181. Airlines are canceling hundreds of flights nationwide today in delaying many more, even so some at JFK airport are hopeful. Hope they are one time, no cancellations. The industry reeling from COVID related staffing shortages is struggling to keep pace with the surging number of travelers. Governor Kathy hochul has signed new gun legislation, the bill hochul signed on Friday, severely limits where guns can be carried and requires background checks to buy ammunition. It comes in response to the U.S. Supreme Court decision striking down New York's concealed carry law. New York legislators on Friday approved a proposal to enshrine abortion rights in the state constitution. That makes New York the latest state to pursue long-term protections in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court's roe V wade reversal. New Jersey governor Phil Murphy has signed a pair of bills to bolster abortion rights. We get more about that from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. It comes as about half of U.S. states empowered by the nation's highest court moved to outlaw the procedure. One law bars New Jersey public agencies from assisting out of state criminal investigations of abortion patients, another prevents the extradition of people who came to New Jersey to get or perform abortions and who would face prosecution where they live. Bloomberg's truly pellet. Health officials in New York City announced Friday that they are receiving 6000 doses of the monkeypox vaccine, as the city has now reached a total of 87 suspected cases. That's a 123% rise over the last week. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. Bloomberg wealth is brought to you by Meryl, a Bank of America company, visit Bank of America dot com slash marrow advice. Merrill Lynch pierce fenner and Smith incorporated registered broker dealer, registered investment adviser, member SIPC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of America corp

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Supreme Court Rejects Ban on Aid to Religious Schools

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:25 min | Last week

Supreme Court Rejects Ban on Aid to Religious Schools

"So we have so much to discuss. Let's start perhaps not with January 6th and the wait has been proceeding. But with the latest ruminations, noises coming from the Supreme Court looked as if a good decision is coming out with regards to choice and a certain coach. Yes, well, there was an important case yesterday that was decided that if Maine was going to give out money to people to go to private schools, they could not say, oh, but you can't go to a religious school so that religious schools and public schools had to be treated the same to get taxpayer money given them to aid them in going to the schools. This is the last of the anti Catholicism laws that were remarked about this because this is something that maybe younger generations don't appreciate, such it was such a big issue. JFK running for president, this potential papist running the government, but it was actually a lot of state animosity to one faith in America. And that was in my faith Catholicism. I was called a macro snapper. I'm a mackerel's not typical about all three of us. In the Midwest, I mean, there was great prejudice. Nobody wanted their sons to date me. I was a Catholic. It was very. Ward is a badge of honor. Ultimately. But this is the blade amendments. Explain the blame the Middle East? Yes. James G Blaine wanted a federal amendment to say that no public funds could ever be used for anything that has religion for schools or churches. Based upon the disestablishment clause at a perversion of the disestablishment club that, for some strange reason, a Catholic school is somehow a government distortion of the founding principles of the republic. Right, nothing with it religious could get any kind of government funds. And he tried it, but it failed as a constitutional amendment. So all

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Liz Cheney Dares to Quote Ronald Reagan Following Award

Mark Levin

01:28 min | Last month

Liz Cheney Dares to Quote Ronald Reagan Following Award

"Cheney You know dizzy Lizzy Cheney only gets the attention she gets now because she is trying to destroy Trump and all the Trump supporters If dizzy Lizzy had actually lived up to her positions when she ran for the House in the first place as she'd be getting no attention or only very negative attention Do you know that dizzy Lizzy Cheney Got the profiles and courage award from the John F. Kennedy library mister producer Is that interesting No more Halliburton Thank God No more Chinese war criminals No The JFK profile encourage award yesterday And she dares to quote president Reagan And George Washington when this award has become an award for radical leftists and radical leftists only And she's very proud And her new friend Nancy Eva Pelosi stretch is very proud of her And wait until they have their public hearings and waiting to all I'm telling you

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The Post's Jennifer Rubin Raves About Lackluster Biden Speech

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | 3 months ago

The Post's Jennifer Rubin Raves About Lackluster Biden Speech

"Com. Joe Biden has single handedly raised the stakes and made the world a more dangerous place. As horrifying as these verbal mistakes are, they pale when compared to Biden's bungling of the Ukraine war. The truth is, Joe Biden and his foreign policy team had no plan. They have been reactive from the start. Allowing other European countries to take the lead on sanctions and arms shipments scared to rock the boat or to make any decisive move that might intimidate Vladimir Putin. I mean, we lagged behind England. They just confiscated two jets, belonging to Russian oligarchs. What has the United States seized? Answer nothing. Biden fans are ecstatic that he traveled to Poland and delivered an inspirational talk Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post columnist, tweeted in real time, Biden makes a speech akin to those at the Brandenburg gate by JFK and Reagan. His delivery is quite strong. She quote. This is how low the bar is now set. If Biden can read a speech without bizarre whispering or stumbles galore, that's considered success. To the pathetic Jen Rubens of the world. Never mind that the speech in question contributed nothing new, no proposals that could end the invasion, much less win the war. Instead, Biden repeated his assurance. We stand with Ukraine. What does that mean? Does it keep women and children from being slaughtered? Does it give them food to eat?

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"jfk" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

02:04 min | 5 months ago

"jfk" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"It's just more detail. It's more detail. Oh, and I love your Putin tapes too, by the way, I watch that. Putin interviews is what I meant to say. It's pronounced Putin. Putin, sorry. Yeah. Yeah, it was really a giant. That was four hours. And I really learned a lot. And I think the American public learned a lot. In fact, a military man told me, told my son that it was studied in one of the military schools as a document, which I think is crucial to understand what they're thinking and that we never do. We always say Putin Putin did this point as a monster in our mythology. He's a monster. He doesn't have that kind of power. That's the first thing they get wrong about Russia. Russia is a big complicated country. There's a lot of tension. Different parties want power. It's the same as if the world everywhere in the world. Yeah, it was very, and you're not an apologist in it either. I think you're very persistent and you always have a follow-up question that way. I really appreciated that. And it was done really well. Oh, they make me out to be like an apologist and a softball. But they never those are the people who never watch it. You see, this problem is the same problem I'm having on JFK. They don't look at the fucking documentary. They make you say I don't keep doing what you're doing. And I hope we can stay in touch and have another conversation. There's so much I want to explore with you. You are, we need more people like you. And I know that it's been a long slog for you. But you've made an impact on the world and certainly my life personally. And I want to thank you for everything. It means a lot that people like you care. Yeah. And just keep up the work, you always got a friendly home here on this show and I'll talk to you about anything. I do want to really dive into the directing and leadership stuff that would be fun to explore with you sometime if you're willing to do that. Yeah. How can people, again, we need to wrap up here because of your time, but how can people connect with you? What do you want people to reach out and do? Well, don't write me a letter..

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"jfk" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

05:33 min | 5 months ago

"jfk" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"With a lot of the officers at the scene. We're taking notes and leaving their initials on bullets and trying to get the correct fingerprints, but it didn't happen. The fingerprints were no good. Neither was the bullets, didn't make any sense. And on top of it at the very beginning, they found a Mauser. Mauser rifle, which was what an honest detective said, then the Mauser disappears from the evidence. And now the rifle itself is not the same rifle that right. The stress laying the length of the sling the length, the difference the leaf. Yeah, no, no fingerprints, no. And then the autopsy is a force. It's a force and obviously there was some doctoring that went on. You know, in the wound in the back of the skull, I have seen this before, but we've talked to I mean, even way back in the 80s when I was fascinated with the JFK assassination. But the idea that the back of the head was exposed. Entrance wounds, every time that you shoot a rifle, it doesn't. It's the explosive exit wound that causes those massive trauma, anybody that shoots knows that. We have what they call sucking chest wounds, a lot of it. It's never on the chest. It take a look at the guys back. And that's where the damage is. Yeah, it's explosive off the back. And so it doesn't make any sense that it would come from that way. But that's a side note. But yeah, you're right. The autopsy thing from the protocol at Parkland to be an object up and taking it and flying it to Bethesda. Pathologization Dallas, but they didn't trust they wanted to control it. There was a military autopsy. And by the way, the autopsy guys are two guys where had no real experience doing these makeup. And this is the one of the most complicated autopsies of all time because there's a lot of we don't know how many bullets went where I And they're all bouncing around the car. There's a windshields. There's scattered remnants everywhere. There's traces of everything. It's just needs a complete. It should have been done sealed right away, sealed up, seal up that whole Plaza and go to work with some real serious people. That's what you're and even if something new that I got from documentaries, like you had in Bethesda, you've got hundreds of experience pathologists within an hour from Bethesda, and they use these naval guys who've never done a gunshot autopsy. The leader of the free world doesn't make any sense. It's a distressing disgusting disgusting investigation. Turlock Holmes would be shocked. It's a shame. And he deserved better. Yeah. One thing that I really stood out to me too, I didn't want to do was doctor Perry. Malcolm glary. And the test. Malcolm Perry in the pressure he got admitted from Elmer Moore, the Secret Service guy. That's incredible. And then Perry was a Crenshaw or Donald Miller. Miller in 19. And they got to know each other and then they were having coffee after a serious surgery and Perry's like, damn, that was a frontal. Those were entrance wounds. Those weren't exit wounds in the front of them. He said the same thing to Audrey Bill, but one of the major nurse Audrey bell on the next day, he walked in. He was completely white and slipped. She said, what's the matter? He got a lot of pressure that night from Elmer Moore, who was an FBI agent. And it was who admits that he was assigned to put pressure on the parent. Most people are intimidated in that, especially in 1963 by the government. They're not going to go up against the government. They hear about look at poor so many people got intimidated and went along with it and shut up, including the doctor, JFK's doctor, who signed off actually, he didn't sign off on the autopsy. You don't see his signature on it, but he was a guy who almost he was a coward, but he almost came around because he was the only one who witnessed both the one at Parkland and the autonomy at Bethesda. He was at both events. But they almost got him to talk, but he wouldn't. He's the beauty of these documents, at least you can go back years later and people talk in a different way. Right, exactly. But information about 63 and 1996, for example, the guy who tracks down the three women, the three secretaries on the fourth floor. Yeah. And that was hit. And it was hidden from the Warren commission. They had one of them, and they didn't. They changed her time, but they, if they had had three of them saying the same thing, they would have been dead in the water too. The one that really stood out to me, the piece of information that I had never known before was that the assassination attempts the two other ones that happened before November. Oh, the attempts. Yes, and for the intense. And the Chicago one, the four Cubans and then two of them were caught the Secret Service botches in..

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"jfk" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

05:35 min | 5 months ago

"jfk" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"I mean, it's put together so well. And it's presented in such a almost like dragnet fashion that you look at it, it makes you think. And that's what documentary should do. It's like you're not sitting there saying, I mean, you do be a so bold and say, okay, now I've laid this out and what people are saying is conspiracy theory kind of conspiracy facts. I agree with you. I mean, you go through the magic bullet. You go through the inconsistencies of the war and commission of Oswald's rifle of him on the 6th floor of the autopsy. And a couple so much stuff. I mean, it's done really well. And I think that, to me, it's important because it's timely for what we're kind of the bullshit that we're kind of being fit. I don't feel like I for the longest time have not felt like I've had a political home. You know? And I go ahead, I'm sorry. I was going to say just like, and I think why I'm kind of so drawn to Kennedy over this last few years, is because I used to think I'm a conservative. And I am conservative in my beliefs, you know, Marine Corps, all this, but these last ten years, I would say I'm more of a classical liberal and that term no one knows what classical liberal means anymore and JFK was the last true classical liberal where he was fiscally conservative, but he thought we take care of those that need to be taken, can't take care of themselves. Absolutely, the founding and what we were founded upon that the individual liberty and personal freedoms, how can you go wrong with that? You know what I mean? And I just don't hear anybody talking about it as articulate as he JFK was an inflection point. It really was and everything's kind of gone downhill since then. Or maybe I'm fantasizing. The point is there's no mainstream media has covered this documentary that no one's dealt with the facts in the document. And I've had a few mainstream articles that slam me as an idiot and so forth and so on. I'm not a conspiracy theorist. I've never followed on the conspiracies on the truth. I'm a true seeker because it's an important truth. That's right. Probably the most important issue of my lifetime. And I realized that now is the older I get. But no media. Know me. We get everything underground. Your shows, Joe Rogan, breaking points. I mean, this shows I'm doing. And that's all I can get. It's a shame after all this time. Even my book was ignored. So, you know, I don't get that. I don't get it because I don't see you as a conspiracy theory I see as a truth seeker. Like if I look at all your movies, and I don't even have to agree with everything you've done. I haven't agreed with everything that you've put out, but that's not the point. My point is you've made me think on everything you've done. You've made me go. Thank you. Thank you. I go holy shit. And even like on this, watching this documentary, I didn't know shit about Allen Allen dulles. You know, I'm a pilot. I fly into dulles all the time. Oh, that's named the airport. We have to do this game off that I need to investigate this guy. He seems like and his brother, John foster. They seem like shady dudes. The devil's chess board if you want to get a full description of his activities during World War II. He didn't obey Roosevelt was the president and told him unconditional surrender in which you may not agree with, but still, and dulles went about seeking a separate piece with the Italian on the Italian front with the Germans, which was basically treason. And he brought all these Germans to this country after the war. Bad guys. And set them up in intelligence in Germany. He's got a horrible record if you get into it. And David Talbot who wrote the book, a devil's chessboard did that. Also, Talbot wrote a great book called brothers, which I urge you to read on the Kennedy brothers. Those two books will change your view of American history. What was the second one? What was the brothers? Brothers, okay. Brothers in the devil's chessboard. I like that. You know, one of the reviews I was reading, he said, oh, there's nothing new here, and I'm like, did you watch the same documentary that I watched? There's no legitimate credit. No one's taken on the facts that we're presenting. They don't know. Most people don't know. They just think an opinion I have. Everyone has an easy opinion, but the hard part is research, do the research. Yeah, and it's very well researched. And I think that just a couple of things that stood out to me. The magic bullet theory if anybody is going to follow this is kind of knows that, but the unique thing about that that I never had heard about and wouldn't have been possible without your efforts from June JFK, which led to the early release of the you talk about at the end of JFK, it's going to be 2029 that we release it out. Because your efforts, we got it released, and now all these, and some of these efforts have just private citizens that kind of did this involvement. It's crazy. It's so good. And the chain of custody piece, I had never heard that before. And I don't know if it'd been presented anywhere else before, but this documentary was the first time I heard the chain of custody piece, which holy crap. I mean, that kind of seals the deal right there on any kind of doubt on magic bullet theory. But it's a train of custody is a basic basic crime solving element. You have to have chain of custody to prove in court without it. You can't, you can't find anybody guilty. And it was ignored completely. The strange thing about this case is that the president of the United States is the most important individual we have and they want to stop the investigation of.

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"jfk" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

08:20 min | 5 months ago

"jfk" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"And I went all the way with Salvador, but that was as tough as shooters. I've ever been on. I mean, it's so chaotic as you say. We didn't know some days if we were shooting. We were shut down the Mexican labor unions were tough and rightly so that they should have been paid more and they walked off the set. More than once, it was a really tough shoot, but we did it. We did it, my God. Yeah, I mean, I could pick your brain for hours about what it means to direct. But I'm glad I started reading your book chasing the light because it gave me when JFK came out in 91 and I watched it last week. I said, okay, I knew this was coming up. I rewatched JFK. I hadn't watched it probably in 25 years. And I was passionate as a kid at the JFK assassination. In grade school, 78, 79s when I first came across it. And I think I was watching, we just got cable, I think, in 1980 or something, and there was some show, I don't even remember the name of the show, but it showed this approved film. That was the first time I saw this approved film in 1988 when 12 or 13. I was just stunned and I just went down this rabbit hole about JFK. I remember an elementary school I was so enamored with him. I think because I had a friend because you know how in your elementary schools you've got the pictures of the presidents all up on the and we were kind of saying who our favorites were. Well, I liked JFK. And so I'm curious, you were 17 when he was shot. I'd never heard the story about. I remember when my parents and everybody telling me, I always ask them, what were you doing? How did it affect you when you were 17? Not at all. I was in boarding school and would be the whole school was affected. We were. It was a tragic weekend. And we were very sad, the funeral, the killing of Oswald, by ruby. I mean, we went through all the motions that the conventional America did. I didn't question it at all. I was a conservative young man. My father was a conservative stockbroker. Who didn't particularly like that and he actually and so I had a jaundice view of them too, but the point is no one paid attention. It was then we accepted the conventional narrative, which is Lyndon Johnson replaced him and basically continued the policies of Kennedy, which if you start to do some serious digging in history is not true at all. It's except for civil rights. It's the opposite. It's the opposite. Where Lyndon Johnson changes everything on foreign policy, everything. Every country goes back to the old days with the I don't know. And that leads to the question why and all those questions have come up in and we brought these up in our document. I'm referencing our documentary, which this year called Jeff revisited through the looking glass. That's a two hours. And then there's a four hour version coming off in February. I'm excited. Yeah. I didn't know that part until I was doing some homework. I didn't know there was no tremendous Führer over the film because we were dramatized and we went to we went far out and we to grab the attention and make our point. And the point was made, and we said some outrageous things like shock people like they say, that's bullshit. It wasn't bullshit. We said that JFK was withdrawing from Vietnam. And we have proof we have proof of it then. But now, because of the assassination records review board, we have more proof. And we have books written about it by McNamara, mcgeorge Bundy, saying the same thing. So Kennedy was going to pull out win or lose. But more important than that, Kennedy was having was trying to make a deal with Cuba because you got to remember that Kennedy did not go into Cuba. He was supposed to invade at the bay of pigs, and he was supposed to invade at the October missile crisis, tremendous pressure. Don't ever forget that. And that's why he's not given the credit he's given to say no to all these people around you these advisers. He held to his firm belief as a soldier that don't commit American troops to combat unless you're sure of what you're doing. And he wasn't sure. And he made that point. And that's the point that gets lost in this mess because we've since gone to Afghanistan, Iran, all that stuff, it's like we don't know what we're doing anymore. He's the last president who actually said to the military, no. I wanted control of the military as well as the CIA and the intelligence agency. That is lost in this miasma of facts and counter facts and all that stuff. Keep in mind, he's the last president who actually challenged what the what they call the deep state now at the national security state. He challenged it. Yeah, and I didn't fully appreciate that he did. I think the narrative and I didn't pay attention to and I did the same thing in the 20s went into the Marine Corps. And kind of bought into the and I still love the ring course served me well. But I'm kind of like with you and there was a passage in your book and chasing the light. Where you kind of, to me, that's where it kind of I said, oh, I get it now. I see why he's so passionate about it. Not that I question why you would, because I'm passionate about it too, but you care about history. Yeah, you it's great. I said, I'm halfway through it. I wish I would have. Why did you finish it, damn it? It's a timing thing. I read it every night. I love it. But you talk about and I'm kind of paraphrasing research. You can't ensure yourself. This is in context that you've kind of you've went to Vietnam volunteered went through Vietnam. Your young man, you're kind of drifting. You're approaching 30, maybe you're 30. You're writing platoon. You've got it in your head. You still haven't found your way, but you kind of get some clarification around that you said you can't insure yourself against what we fear because the more we do so, the more fearful insecure that we become. And so your point is we've kind of bought into this insanity. And I'm with you on this when I read this. Yeah, this is kind of where I'm at, particularly on 53. I've looked at everything. I've looked at Afghanistan with a different lens I've looked at, and it's right. It's like, why are we so worried about the subversion of democracy? Why are we so worried about I think you said in your book that the terrorists and the barbecue pit and all this other stuff? And I'm like, you know, he's absolutely right. And Kennedy's speech, I reread it. You opened up the documentary with his piece speech at the American university in June of 63. I think it was. And I read that speech. I read it three times just the text, and it's so powerful. And I don't think I ever even remember getting taught this speech. And to me, it's one of the most important speeches that he ever did. One of the most important presidents of Sanchez. It's a beautiful speech. And you know, at the time, it was kind of ignored, because he actually did it, and he did it the day after the crisis he had in Alabama with George Wallace, when he sent the integrated the two black students by force into the Alabama system. He'd done the same thing a year before when Mississippi. So the day after he was scheduled for this American university in Washington D.C., it was just considered another graduation event, students and presidents to graduation. So nobody was really paying attention. In time, over time, people started to pay attention after he was dead and noticed. The words are written by Sorensen, Ted Sorensen, his speech writing, but also edited by him, where it really powerful about we are all mortal. We all have children. We all want breathe the same air. We all want to live on earth, and we can that is what is the most important thing. So we don't create enemies. Don't look for the threat inflation, say America at that time was very like steroid. We built up an enormous muscle power in terms of nuclear weapons. We'd had so much more than the Soviets at that point. We really did. Yeah, and wasn't that a surprise to JFK when he took office? I think once he got an office and he was the curtain was pulled back. He was like, holy shit, we're not as far behind as we thought we were. But he ran into cold warrior. That's what people don't get confused. He ran as a court. He had to, that was 1960, and it was the climate..

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Britain's MI5 Probed Texas Synagogue Attacker But He Wasn't on U.S. No-Fly List

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | 5 months ago

Britain's MI5 Probed Texas Synagogue Attacker But He Wasn't on U.S. No-Fly List

"Do and the woke crowd over the FBI and the media have to explain how this synagogue terrorist and Texas was allowed to fly. There's some breaking news from The Washington Post, turns out the authorities were keeping an eye on him in the UK. Turns out this guy had terrorist ties well-known to the authorities. Why was he allowed to come over here a few weeks ago? An attempt to slaughter a rabbi and three members. Of that synagogue. Breaking now from The Washington Post, Texas, synagogue attacker was previously known to British security services, he was known to security officials in Britain. That they were all great about the no fly list. Now, if you don't have your mask on on a flight in America, you'll be on a no fly list. If you argue about your mask, your domestic terrorist and you won't be allowed to fly, but this guy. M 15, Britain's counterintelligence and security agency invested this guy in 2020 and ready for this, had him on a watch list. Comes over here, flies into JFK, then flies from New York, to Texas, and targets a Jewish synagogue holding a rabbi and three other congregants hostage only the rabbis heroism, not taking the guy out with a chair and letting them escape. Likely prevented a slaughter.

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Japan's former princess leaves for US with commoner husband

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 8 months ago

Japan's former princess leaves for US with commoner husband

"A Japanese princess who gave up her royal status to marry her commoner college sweetheart is now a New Yorker Paris fashion reporters jailed but the former princess Masako and her husband K. Comaro didn't stop to speak as they boarded their plane in Tokyo Sunday leaving behind a nation that has criticized their romance the newlyweds touched down at JFK airport later in the day to start married life in New York he's a graduate of Fordham University law school has a job at a local law firm but still has to pass the bar exam the former princess declined the offer of a hundred and forty million yen that's one point two three million dollars payment to which she was entitled for leaving the imperial family palace officials said Julie Walker New York

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'The Dying Citizen' Author Victor Davis Hanson Explains Why He Parted Ways With 'The National Review'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:26 min | 8 months ago

'The Dying Citizen' Author Victor Davis Hanson Explains Why He Parted Ways With 'The National Review'

"Is it true professor Hansen that you no longer write for the national review, something I was hoping you would decide to do for the last few months? You know, that's a very strange thing. I actually left on January 1 of almost a year ago, but I write a syndicated column that they picked up and so until a few weeks ago, months ago, it was almost people would say to me, why are you writing when you left your big column? I wrote to a week. And I said, I can't control the number of people who want to subscribe to the column. But finally, I think we worked out a thing where they're not subscribing for I'm not writing it. I mean, they're not picking up anything right. And we're not associated anymore. I think this is a fascinating thing we have to dwell on for a moment because this isn't Buckley's national review. Could you talk to us about what they got wrong and why you're not sad not to be published by them? What happened to this? This absolute pillar of conservative thought. I don't know. I have a lot of close friends there, then I was there 20 years and I owe a debt of gratitude in many ways, but I had warned them and they disagreed about it that 90% of their own agendas were championed by Donald Trump. And their argument that he was so crude and uncouth, I asked for empirical proof that tell me about the private live or the office, White House lie out life of LBJ or JFK or Bill Clinton to show me that Trump was cruder. And so I didn't get an adequate answer, and then there were the Covington kids things, the access Hollywood stuff that and lately, Trump is a monkey in a helicopter or Rush Limbaugh was after he died. There was a column about. So we disagreed. But my biggest disagreement was, I said that after the election was over, that Biden would be so bad and so predictably bad that they would be in a situation where they would end up as some other fiercest critics which would beg the question well if you agree so bad, and there was a way to stop him being so bad. Why didn't the magazine take that option? And I couldn't get an adequate response

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'Capote's Women' Author Laurence Leamer Writes About People Who 'Live on the Edge'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:45 min | 8 months ago

'Capote's Women' Author Laurence Leamer Writes About People Who 'Live on the Edge'

"I just discovered that there's a new book out called capote's women, it is by Lawrence lemur, the subtitle is a two story of love betrayal and a swan song for an era. It's a beautiful book, and I'm looking forward to talking about it with its author. Lawrence leamer, welcome to the program. Eric, thanks so much for having me. While it's a joy, I have written three pretty long biographies myself and I appreciate the genre. And I think that there's something you can do in a biography that you can't do in any other book. You can bring a period of time alive. It's an extraordinary thing. The time in which Truman Capote lived the 60s in New York, we can't even begin to really imagine what world he lived in. But I actually, you've begun and you've put it in a book. You've written many books on many other fabulous people, most of them taller than Truman Capote, which is saying nothing. You've written about the kennedys. You've written about Johnny Carson. What led you? I know you were a journalist. What led you before we get into this specific book into writing these kinds of books about these celebrated figures? Look, alas, I only have one life to lead. In writing these books, I enter other people's lives. But they've got to be somebody fascinating. They've got to be people who live at the edge. You take chances. That's what I want. With a China car or whether it's the kennedys or JFK or that generation or whoever or Donald Trump for that matter, people live at the edge.

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Why the Civil Rights Movement Was a Bad Thing for Black People

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | 11 months ago

Why the Civil Rights Movement Was a Bad Thing for Black People

"What are some of the hot topics we you said you wanted to talk about. Pride month prior month so black people only get twenty eight days but Lgbtq pride month is it's now the month of june and june teeth which is in june cuts into pride month. So it's fundamentally homophobic uh-huh need to talk about that so i'm gonna say something that's groundbreaking and is going to offend. A lot of people are right. The civil rights movement was the worst thing to happen to this nation into the black community. Why because the civil rights movement pivoted this. lgbtq narrative and it's also pivoting. Pedophilia push as a form of sexuality. Follow me for a second. we're gonna have to. This is crazy. But i'm gonna be real with you. People don't tune out. Could this always ends well. But you gotta hang in is heavy so now which helped understand the segregation was not an all of the united states of america. Right it was only in the south correct right so let's talk about. Harriet tubman for a second. I'm as an example slave in maryland. She traveled a hundred miles north to philadelphia. The moment she touched philadelphia. She was a free woman right. So this tells you in the north. Obviously since i found it fathers there was no slavery. It always was in the south. Okay jim crow laws and all of this stuff. This success always in the south. Now you may have. Had the north people like marco mex and all of these people talk about it and take on the culture in a sense of the depravity of what was happening but that wasn't there portion right so now martin luther king comes in. He says listen. We want to have the same abilities in the same access to what white people have but we had it. We have built our own schools. We had owned businesses. Our homes solid right so now. Civil rights comes in Jfk dies and the newborn johnson steps in and he says listen. I understand your struggle. we're going gonna make it equal for everybody but we also do a warm poverty. We're going to give you guys welfare

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A New Player in the Transatlantic Market

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

01:54 min | 11 months ago

A New Player in the Transatlantic Market

"So it's an exciting day today for one of america's most liked airlines jetblue flight w seven and airbus a-3 three twenty one l. Narrow body landed at london heathrow this morning after departing from jet blues new york. Jfk base last night that flight launched jet blue's entry into the transatlantic market beginning with daily service from jfk to heathrow and then adding daily service to london gatwick ultimately following with Boston to london. Ceo robin hayes. A former executive at british airways has promised to create a permanent and disruptive effect in the transatlantic market. So joining me today to discuss. What that could mean are two of my aviation week network colleagues north american air transport editor but ben goldstein and kepler senior analyst for the americas laurie ransom. Hey ben laurie great to have you on this. Thank you so to start off by just looking at that whole history that we know all too well of Long haul low cost carriers Starting up especially in the transatlantic market and more often than not failing What do you think might make this a different prospect with a jet blue and will this like jetblue like robin says be transatlantic disruptor. What are your thoughts laurie. Well i think as you said. Jetblue is one of america's most light brands and they have strongholds in new york and boston so they have strong point of sale here in the us. And i think that's a little bit different than some of the point to point carriers that had tried to do this in the past where if by bodies

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"jfk" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"jfk" Discussed on American Scandal

"He died in nineteen ninety four when president john f kennedy signed the community mental health act. He ushered in a new era for mental health. The law prompted asylums to n- offered funding for new research. But the federal law didn't live up to its promise. After kennedy was assassinated mental health care reform lost momentum. The large asylums remained closed but small community based centres never fully rose to take their place with nowhere to go many mentally ill. Patients were pushed out onto the streets in the decades since drugs have remained the focus of mental health treatment but that appears to be changing. The field of psychiatric. Neurosurgery has begun to reemerge decades after. Walter freeman performed his final lobotomy. Researchers are exploring new technologies including deep brain stimulation a tree in which electrodes surgically implanted on the brain while we may be far from walter freeman and his is pick lobotomies. Doctors and researchers are by no means done tinkering with the human brain nets on american scampi. We speak with christine canoeing and author and journalist. We'll discuss new experimental treatments for mental health including the use of devices known as neural. Implants will look at the promise of these high tech devices as well as serious concerns that are already emerging from laundry. This is episode four of the ice. Pick certain for american scam. If you like our show please give us a five star rating leave review and be sure to tell your friends. Follow american scandal on apple podcasts. Spotify amazon music the one recap or wherever. You're listening right. Now listen at free by joining plus you can also find some links and offers from our sponsors in the episodes supporting them helps us keep offering our shows for frame another way you can support. The show is by filling out a small survey at one wreath dot com slash servants. Tell us what topics we might cover next. You can also find us and me on twitter search for hashtag. un-american scandal were following me at lindsey. Graham lindsey with a middle initially. Be sure to listen to my other. Podcast to american history tellers and business. Movers a quick note about our reenactments in most cases we can't know exactly what was said but all dramas asians are based on historical research. If you'd like to learn more about walter freeman and other scandals and science. We recommend the book the ice pick surgeon sam. American scandal is hosted edited and executive produced by. Meet lindsey graham for airship on you editing by molly bach sound design by derrick barnes music by lindsey graham. This episode is written by. Sam keen edited by christina malls burger. Our senior producer is gay ribbon. Executive producers are stephanie. Jen's jenny lower back from and hernan lopez for one. It's a case that has haunted. Jefferson township new jersey for more than thirty years on a snowy january night. Fourteen year. Old tommy sullivan did the unthinkable. He murdered his mother in cold. Blood set fire to their house and then took his own life out of the flames of this horrible tragedy. Investigations revealed that tommy was himself part of a satanic cult sparking a nationwide hysteria now known as the satanic panic this monumental moment in american culture led to communities nationwide and forcing at your coney and measures to protect their children from what they perceived to be the devil's influence. Even the catholic church was convinced this was a case of demonic possession. On the new podcast. The devil within the truth of the grisly murder is finally revealed. Subscribe to the devil within on apple. Podcasts amazon music. Or wherever you listen to podcasts you can also binge the entire series right now early and add free when you join wondering plus in the wondering app..

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"jfk" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"jfk" Discussed on American Scandal

"Surge. Watches freemen's hands tremble as he takes a seat. Well walter good of you to show up on. Sorry there no walter. I don't know. But i think you know i asked you a third lobotomy. On the same patient then she died on your watch whether it was an honest mistake. Been out of practice. But you'll see once once. I'm doing more procedures. Get the all you want me to let you. Perform lobotomies falter will be lucky if the state doesn't investigate this by the won't happen again but i understand you can suspend me for a little while till things calm down. Better than a surgeon stares at freeman incredulous alter i'm not suspending you. This is it. You are no longer allowed to perform lobotomies at this hospital. Premiums head snaps up his eyes wide with alarm. But the best at it if you ban me who else can perform a lobotomy. No-one walter we're never doing another lobotomy. Not with you. Now with anyone freeman blinks. He looks like he's on the verge of crying home. Please no is there. Is there any way you can change your mind. No alter i'm unknown. I'm sorry freemen's lips start to quiver and his face turns red and then tears rolling down his cheeks and through his white beard. The surgeon looks away his anger. This is painful to witness. He used to admire freeman. He seems so. Heroic and daring a maverick who pushed the bounds of medicine. Who brought people back from the brink of madness but this man crying in front of him doesn't look like a hero. He looks broken and worn thin. And when the tears stop flowing freeman rises from his chair and disappears down the hallway. The nineteen sixty seven operation. That killed helen. Mortensen was to last lobotomy. That walter freeman ever performed yet for the remainder of his life. Freemen's beliefs never shifted. He maintained that the lobotomy was viable treatment for mental illness and that psychiatric drugs were dangerous. Freeman died in may of nineteen seventy-two to complications from colon cancer today medical historians view freeman is one of the most dangerous doctors in american history freeman performed about four thousand lobotomies on men women and children and despite freemen's conviction the evidence suggests that the vast majority of these operations either did nothing or harms. The patients in while freeman himself was prolific also influencial his campaign to spread. The lobotomy led american doctors to perform the operation about forty thousand times. Freemen's former partner. James watts also continued to perform lobotomies despite his troubles split from freeman. Watts remain convinced that as an operation of last resort lobotomies could help the truly desperate..

"jfk" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"jfk" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Roundtable. Trump cats mckee's here sunday morning. Well collateral damage dorothy kilgallen. You author walk shore. He's got a new book and he wants to update his good morning. Mock show. how are you good morning john. Thanks for having me yes Collateral damage is Is the result of almost fifteen years of of research on my part. You know about the fact that i this'll be the fifth book that touches on the jfk. Assassination and. I'll probably be a pretty controversial ones because there are those people out there and i think some john even in the mainstream and the liberal media who still wanna protect the he wrote like You know image of robert kennedy. And i think they'll be shocked to learn that based on my research these secret documents Got documents books and articles eyewitness accounts and so on so forth that i really believe i've resolved three true crime murder mysteries that proving by proving that you know. Rfk was responsible for the murder of marilyn monroe in nineteen sixty two and then indirectly through his abuse of power as attorney general In the murder You know Caused the murder of jfk and sixty three and the death of dorothy. Dorothy kilgallen in sixty five so the conclusion that people will find in the book that i think will surprise them. But hopefully they'll take their time and we through my research. Journey is that if Bobby kennedy would have been prosecuted for the for the murder of marilyn monroe and nineteen sixty two based on a strong evidence that i've been able to produce. That's never been released before if that would have happened john then He would have been powerless. He would have to have resigned as attorney. General and therefore the enemies of bobby kennedy who i believe and dorothy kilgallen believed Were those who orchestrated his brother's death the president's death they would not have had to have kill. Jfk to render. Bobby pal powerless. Because he would already have been powerless and turn then kill. Gal would have not been killed in nineteen sixty five because there would have been no jfk. Assassination for her to have investigated..

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Elizabeth Warren Spars With JPMorgan Chase Head Jamie Dimon on Overdraft Fees

CNBC's Fast Money

01:17 min | 1 year ago

Elizabeth Warren Spars With JPMorgan Chase Head Jamie Dimon on Overdraft Fees

"The nation's top bankers taking some serious heat today on capitol hill see. Jp morgan citi goldman wells. Fargo morgan stanley and bank of america. Kicking off two days of testimony before congress. And if you wanna taste of how things went down. Check out this exchange between senator elizabeth warren and j. p. morgan ceo. Jamie dimon mr diamond. How much did j. p. morgan collect an overdraft fees from their consumers in twenty twenty. Your i think your numbers are totally inaccurate but blessed temporary public. I also want to point out. We did not overdraft. Can you just answer my question. John anymore than over and how much in fact to jfk mortgage collect an overdraft fees from their customers in two thousand twenty the number. I don't remember in front of me. I actually have. Non exceed three billion dollars. We waived the fees for customers upon request if they were under stress because cove it. But you can fix that right now. Mr diamond will you commit right now to refund a half billion dollars you took from consumers during the pandemic. Not pretty

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"jfk" Discussed on Hijacking History

Hijacking History

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"jfk" Discussed on Hijacking History

"Oswald was next seen on elm street. Some seven blocks east of the texas schoolbook depository boarding a bus for oak cliff where he lived a former landlady of his mary. Bledsoe happened to be on the bus and recognized oswald with his shirt sleeve out and looking like a maniac said. The bus was supposed to travel west back to and passed the depository building but quickly became stuck in traffic. Due to the arrival of police at the depository oswald did not wait but asked for a transfer got off the bus and walked a few short blocks to the greyhound station where a cab stand was located. Oswald later admitted to police that he hailed a cab and was taken to his residence in oak cliff by about twelve fifty. Pm it was the first time. Oswald had ridden a cab in the united states. Curiously oswal did not direct the cab driver to his actual destination his rooming house on beckley street but rather to a corner several blocks south of it on beckley after the cab left he then walked back to the house and entered in a hurry. According to the homeowners representative earlene roberts who addressed him briefly within less than five minutes about one zero three pm assault had gone to his tiny room. Just steps from the entrance grabbed a jacket and a pistol which he placed under his belt and left the rooming house. All without saying a word. Mrs roberts then thought she saw him waiting for a bus across the street but the next time she looked a moment later he was gone. Oswald had time enough to walk the seven blocks south to ten th street in seven to ten minutes where he was spotted next by officer. J d tippit gyp. It was patrolling the area with the suspect description provided by howard. Brennan tippett decided to stop oswald either because he matched the description. Or because he was acting suspiciously or both. The time was between one ten pm and one thirteen pm. It initially exchange words with oswald through the passenger window from the sidewalk side of the car but then exited the vehicle to question oswald. Further s tippett rounded the front bumper to reach oswald on the sidewalk less than four individual saw. Oswald pull out a gun and shoot tippett three times horrify. These witnesses saw oswald slowly round. The rear of the car walked the front behind tip and fire a bullet into the officers head to ensure that he was dead. Oswald then walked quickly west on in the direction of downtown oak cliff emptying his gun of his spent cartridges as two more witnesses got a good look at him from a close distance. One mrs helen markham who had witnessed the shooting and who identified him in a police lineup. Later that day was only steps away at all as well walk by staring blankly at her other witnesses saw oswald turned right on tenth and patton toward jefferson avenue leading to downtown oak cliff. Just a few blocks west. He was next. Bought a downtown hiding in an alcove of shoe store by the salesman inside..

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"jfk" Discussed on Hijacking History

Hijacking History

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"jfk" Discussed on Hijacking History

"Truly had returned to baker's position on the second floor. The man whom baker had stopped was lee harvey oswald. Oswald stared calmly and impassively at baker and said nothing baker asked truly if he knew the man truly who had hired oswald. The previous month to fill book. Orders answered affirmatively. He works here. Baker turned and asked truly to follow him up the stairs again. Accounts of this encounter took some time to sort out leading to subsequent confusion. Neither baker truly claimed that oswald was in the process of purchasing coke when he was stopped as the video in the unit suggests in a deposition later. Baker said was already holding a coke when baker for saw him but baker almost immediately recalled that he had read that a witness misses j. Reid reported seeing oswald with a nearly full coke at about this time realizing almost immediately that he was conflating her reported memory with his he quickly crossed out the coq reference from the deposition and initialled his name by the change in his later testimony. He made clear that oswald had no coke and was not in the process of buying one when he stopped him. If baker was correct oswald was not stopping to buy a coke in the lunchroom when baker spotted him which would be consistent with baker's memory. That oswald was walking quickly away from his position when baker for spotted him after baker and truly turned and continue to ascend the steps. Oswald now alone must have decided to buy a coke because moments later he was seen passing through the depository offices by mrs read with nearly full bottle of coke in his hand. She mentioned to him. That shots had been fired at the president and that she had just returned from watching the parade. Maybe they didn't hit him. She said he mumbles something. Unintelligible and kept walkie. Most of the depository workers were still outside. It was also unusual for any of the young men to visit the secretarial offices but oswald's path was the quickest route from the lunchroom in the north west coast of the building to the front door entrance in the southeast corner. Even counting the seconds when baker stopped oswald. He made it out the front door within three minutes of the final shot. It would be two more minutes..

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"jfk" Discussed on Hijacking History

Hijacking History

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"jfk" Discussed on Hijacking History

"Introduction and unit one of you be the judge demystifying the jfk assassination. An online course. What we to about the assassination of president john f kennedy on november twenty second nineteen sixty three the first investigation of the crime by the warren commission in nineteen sixty three sixty four determined that lee harvey oswald killed the president and that there was no evidence that he acted in concert with others. Since then however more than two thousand books have been written ninety five percent of which argue for the existence of a conspiracy and investigation by congressional committee in the late nineteen seventies also supported the probable existence of a conspiracy as did a sensational movie by oliver stone in nineteen ninety-one which blurred the difference between and fiction. An american cultural flirtation with conspiracy does not mean that there was one in this case however after nearly sixty years of inquiry and debate not one item of evidence has conclusively disproved the principal claim of the warren commission's report which the vast majority of critics of the commission have never read indeed. Many subsequent investigations have demonstrated the likely accuracy of the commission's most controversial finding the so-called single bullet theory sometimes dubbed the magic bullet theory every claim of conspiracy has been countered by evidence against the claim. At least as persuasive as the original allegation. What then are we to believe this course attempts to answer the question from an historians i view using the physical evidence and witness testimony gathered over half a century we will view the body of evidence through the methodologies of historian this is relatively novel because few historians have analyzed this case most of them because they believed that oswald's guilt has long been made clear for historians evidence and context is everything and both sides must be weighed against each other fairly a second consideration of the course is the fact that this is a murder case. Subject to the same rules of evidence governing any other the kennedy assassination does not defy the loss of gravity. In this sense. The evidence does not care. who was the victim. The case rises and falls on the weight and probability of the evidence as it exists before us not what it might tell us if the evidence that might exist imaginary evidence were the same thing as the actual evidence that we have the first five units of the course concern the evidence from the standards of evidence that ought to be applied through the burden of proof that must be met and finally to the question of whether the evidence before us meets the burden of proof. A final unit will explore the question of motive not in order to answer that question which will always be elusive. But to determine its degree of relevance if any to the question of the meaning of the evidence you be the judge unit one november twenty second nineteen sixty three we saw first evidence dealey plaza november twenty second nineteen sixty three..

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United Airlines flies to JFK for the first time since 2015

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

United Airlines flies to JFK for the first time since 2015

"Airlines yesterday flew to New York's JFK Airport. For the first time in more than five years as the carrier takes advantage of a lull in air travel to snag space at the ones congested airport United Shea F. K Service kicked off of the flight from Los Angeles International and flight from its San Francisco international Airport hub.

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Utah Senator Mitt Romney gets Profile in Courage Award for impeachment vote

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Utah Senator Mitt Romney gets Profile in Courage Award for impeachment vote

"Utah Senator Mitt Romney is this year's recipient of the Kennedy Family Profile in Courage Award Michael Kastner reports. Romney was the only Republican senator who voted to convict during Donald Trump's impeachment trial in 2020, JFK's daughter, Caroline Kennedy and grandson Jack's lost. Berg spoke with the Today show this morning. He showed us all that courage and faith and integrity are outdated on that politics can still be a noble profession. Romney study was honored and humbled by the award. Whether I should get a head is not entirely up to you, but whether or not you live by your conscience is entirely up to you. The award was given virtually this year because of the pandemic. I'm Michael

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Fauci says Trump should urge Republicans to get vaccinated

Mark Simone

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Fauci says Trump should urge Republicans to get vaccinated

"Little dirty worm. This Fauci, you know what they call him in Washington behind his back. He's known as Tony Baloney that zoom in Washington D C. Tony Baloney. This guy is such a fraud. Such a weasel this worm found to use on all the Sunday shows. If only Trump would endorse the vaccine. It would be, it would seems like an intrinsic contradiction. that you had a program that was started during his pregnancy, and he's not out telling people to get vaccinated. I wish he would. He has such an incredible influence. Over people in the Republican Party. It would really be a game changer if he did know what is he saying if Trump would only endorse the vaccine That would be a game changer. Isn't that what he just said? Yes on If you don't believe me, I have this up on Twitter. You can see it. On March, 4th. Dr. Anthony Fauci publicly thanked Donald Trump for endorsing the vaccine. Remember the one big speech that Trump made was cpac? That was the speech that everybody saw the 30 million people. That was the speech and certainly all of his followers saw that. In the middle of that speech, he endorsed the vaccine. And if you check my Twitter if you think I'm kidding. It was March the fourth doctor Fauci after that speech, thank the president for endorsing the vaccine. So yesterday, he said. Why can't the press endorsed vaccine about you could save? Maybe he forgot. It's only 10 days. Do you think he forgot? He's just a con man. That's why behind his back in Washington. Everybody calls him Tony Baloney. Uh, Trump not only endorsed the vaccine. He created the vaccine. That's like saying a JFK. Why can't you endorse this base program? He's the one that created it and pushed it. What endorsed the vaccine. He's the one that created Operation Warp speed. He's the one that set up the program to get the vaccine. Fauci, his own boss. Said, watching Trump run operation Vaccine. Exact words was breathtaking and miraculously a watch. So this phony baloney. Fauci has gotta go

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How Content Creators Have Gained the Power in Esports with AFK Creators CEO Matt Woods

Esports Network Podcast

07:23 min | 1 year ago

How Content Creators Have Gained the Power in Esports with AFK Creators CEO Matt Woods

"We are talking to them and co-founder of JFK creators Matt Woods better known as Mazzios Maddio's welcome to the show. Thanks for having me met super excited and sad but also honored to be one of the last guests. It has been quite a ride quite a ride for sure and I am so happy to have you on the show because we're going to be talking about one of the big stories in Esports, which is this transition from E Sports organizations into these hubs of digital influence the rise of the gaming influencer and really so much that's kind of central to what Esports is right now. But first you need to know about a creators as a streamer and YouTube content creator Matthew has been in and around Esports four years in 2019. He co-founded AFK creators a talent management and influencer marketing agency. They have players like Ellen energies Rogue five up the Among Us God average Jonas in addition to another 1,500 or so influencers. So it's big founded educate creators has run major campaigns from France like manscaped and nordvpn off Brands. JFK creams runs tournaments helps coordinate brand Partnerships with e Sports properties and then just campaigns for Esports players and content creators AFK takes on the role of agent finds independent brand deals and helps them build their own person. No brands on the show going to be talking about AFK, of course, but really expanding this conversation wider that ongoing push of a sports organizations into hubs of digital influence that rise to the gaming impulse or why they're unique in the world foods are marketing and how companies like JFK help navigate twitch and YouTube for their clients. So Mario's first take us behind the Inception of the AFK brand. What did you see missing as a twitch streamer and consecrated that you wanted to create for others? Yes I back in this is 2018 is when I know life League of Legends and and became somewhat good at the game, but more good at the craziest champion in the game, which is which is Ivan most popularized by by Tyler one in the last couple of years, but entering into that space the content world trying to make educational content and playing with with high low players at the time it quickly became apparent to me that there was really a lack of birth. Trust and transparency and also knowledge that X on the part of content creators or influences. If you want to call them that which ultimately with my friends. I never really had Grand Ambitions to to want to become a celebrity status at all. But why did really want to do is help my friends not get you know screwed over by by opportunity to put it bluntly. And so that's kind of how I entered into the space helping many people in League of Legends and overtime that expanded to work with content creators streamers Pro players offer a wide variety of games and not just in my my homeland of the UK, but very quickly through word-of-mouth working with creators around the world and which is something quite unique about them because since day one we've had that very much Global diverse mindset about ourselves and really what what then became a parent working with creators and helping them, you know respond to them. This inquiries and negotiate that deals and deliverables with with Brands was equally especially in the Esports startup world, but more generally for for all all opportunities is that bronze themselves wouldn't necessarily know how to approach influences and how to to structure deals and coming from this background of marketing and growth in my full-time job. I was ready able to help them and that really became a passion because I had a passion for Esports at a passion for startups and I could see great teams and great products who really wanted to grow their user base wage. I'm work with influencers which many of them followed themselves and and we're big fans of just didn't know how to do it in the best way. So that's how F came came came to be and it's been a wild to ride grown from myself working out of a a bedroom to being Thirty people today with people based around the world. We have over 150 signed X Club. It influences and pro players and it's it's been a wild ride, but it's great to be able to to help others us that's really the main the main goal from the outset. Absolutely and it's been a very interesting year for absolutely everybody and AFK was created about a month before actually launched this podcast assuming January 2019, which I believe I saw is the correct launch day for AFK. That's about a year. It's a we've had a weird spot here because we basically she said one year of the podcast or your company in Cove at times and one year outside of it. Can you compare and contrast how those two years sort of ran because it's definitely been an interesting switch up even though there's been a lot that stayed the same the conversations have changed and the way brands of approach to space have definitely changed as well. So could you contrast sort of that first year of creation and then how it changed as we get past this one year mark of covid-19 becoming a global disease which happened in March of 2020. Yeah, it's really I think it's changing in many ways like for our company. We we had an office that shot down but we were fortunate enough that we always had people working remotely. I think the bulb the day-to-day of our our role other than having to accept that every communication is limited hasn't really changed so much one of the biggest thing that has changed and I think has really changed it took bronze is the inability to do things physically. So obviously, you know, there's no twitchcon anymore. There's no other industry events. There's no way to touch and things if I was a brand to educate myself on the space how best to enter so what I have noticed is that being removed has restricted certain opportunity juice. Is especially if I was a non-endemic brand thinking how do I enter into the space certain traditional elements which they could relate to and understand have been completely removed and it also has inhibited. I think the network of smaller influences. That's better that were kind of quite Reliant upon going to these physical events and networking building Rapport relationships with Brands face-to-face. So that's one thing I've definitely noticed but we're definitely very fortunate in the privileged position to be a company that unfortunately has kind of not I don't want to say benefits it but prospered under under covid-19 H Ur of of the work we do can be done remote everything's online. The dish gaming space has exploded for obvious reasons. And so, you know, there's just been more opportunities and there's been more exciting opportunities to work with brands that want to experiment dog. That be you know, a fast food delivery company or even an energy drink company that previously wasn't in the space.

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Maskless, boozing JetBlue passenger faces $14,500 FAA fine

WBZ Afternoon News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Maskless, boozing JetBlue passenger faces $14,500 FAA fine

"Under the FAA is plan to go after those who refused to follow mask rules and flight. It could be a very expensive plane ticket for a JetBlue passenger, the FAA, saying it intends to find the man $14,500 for refusing to wear a mask and refusing to stop drinking alcohol He brought on board. He was just Amber 23rd. The flight from JFK Airport in New York to the Dominican Republic had to make an emergency landing at £4000 overweight because of all the fuel on board to get him off the flight. Crew members say they repeatedly told him to wear a mask, and he refused, like Stone, ABC News

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Marie Tippit, widow of Dallas police officer slain after JFK's assassination, has died

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Marie Tippit, widow of Dallas police officer slain after JFK's assassination, has died

JFK's Harvard sweater sold at auction for more than $85,000 at Boston-based RR Auction

WBZ Morning News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

JFK's Harvard sweater sold at auction for more than $85,000 at Boston-based RR Auction

"You'd have to pay for a wool sweater these days. John F. Kennedy's Harvard University sweater selling at auction $85,000. Boston based R. R auction, said the Crimson wool cardigan featuring a large black bloc letter H. And a white buttons was one of several momentos from U. S presidents that were sold during a president's Day auction that ended on Thursday, A signed photograph of Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad. Sold for more than $135,000. How about this Ah Lottery ticket signed by George Washington. 26 grand and a hand written letter from Ronald Reagan to his estranged daughter sold for almost $24,000. 6 37 to Wall Street. Now look at

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'Cancer for the Republican Party': McConnell condemns 'loony lies' in swipe at Marjorie Taylor Greene

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:27 min | 1 year ago

'Cancer for the Republican Party': McConnell condemns 'loony lies' in swipe at Marjorie Taylor Greene

"Senate leader mitch. Mcconnell denounced newly elected representative. Montgomery taylor green on monday. Calling the far-right georgia republicans embrace of conspiracy theories a cancer for the republican party. Somebody who suggested that. Perhaps no aeroplane hit the pentagon on nine eleven. That horrifying school shootings were pre staged and the clintons crashed. Jfk genius airplane is not living in reality said mcconnell this has nothing to do with the challenges facing american families all the robust debates on substance that can strengthen our party the statement comes as house democrats amounting an effort to formally rebuke green. Who has a history of making racist remarks embracing conspiracy theories including cunanan and endorsing violence directed at democrats. It also puts pressure on house republican leaders to discipline her democrats teed up action on wednesday to send a resolution to the house floor that would strip green of assignments on the house. Education and budget committees if house minority leader. Kevin mccarthy doesn't do so i some democrats have called for going further and expelling green from the house an unlikely outcome that would require backing from republicans since expulsion. A two thirds. Vote another option essential.

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"jfk" Discussed on Far Side Chats

Far Side Chats

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"jfk" Discussed on Far Side Chats

"So here's soon after the republicans start getting wind of this. Jackie actually had a miscarriage. Oh yeah so. That was really sad and at that time i guess people just kind of thought you know will lay off of them for a little bit because this was actually a time when jfk and jackie like started getting closer Their relationship was getting a little more intense and he was starting to be more faithful to her. So that's that's lovely but just when they were working on their relationship and trying to really mend it. This happened and so the news outlets were like. Let's give them a moment. They're dealing with enough as it is. Okay that makes so unfortunately that seemed to fix it for a little bit very sad reason to fix the issues but it happens then. It gets worse. Oh no i think it can it. Can it can. And it's licken almost like a possible impeachment like people were talking about starting the process of how that seems crazy. Yeah all because of his sex titties. Wow so everything's looking terrible. They're not sure what to do. So who do. Jfk and bobby. Boy go to for help. No idea that's right. Mr j. edgar hoover. Oh my gosh how. The tables have turned. I'm sure he was like elated that they were finally like. We know that you've got all this dirt on us and we want to utilize your information and like turn things around exactly exactly so. They say they meet up with They're like hey listen we need help and we will promise you. You will have your job for four more years if you help us get these stories type down on like win the presidency again. Yeah we don't wanna hear it anymore. If we get the presidency you will have your job for four more years. Which that's what he is wanted all along. So he's like okay. Fine whatever okay so j. edgar hoover again is a freak and he has all these sex slaves on everyone including republicans. So he's like he goes over to him and he's like y'all cut it out or i'm releasing tapes. Okay and they're like oh yeah wait and j. Edgar hoover saves the day and his job and his job. Gosh he's so good at that. The door is unfortunately all of this work was for naught because jfk that november was in fact assassinated with his reputation intact and no one knew he was sex up spies and communists which is still just so crazy to me because it sounds like so many people really knew what was going on and but like the united states had no clue. Yeah which is just crazy to me like so crazy. Then it makes me question. I go on this crazy. Mind rabbit hole. Because i'm like if so many people knew this was going on. What else is being hidden from the general public exactly right. No one knows house. These mushrooms i think about these are the questions that keeps me up at night. I mean they don't sleep really really well. But sometimes i do. But that's crazy this. This story just blows my mind. Yeah that's history for you. Wow i feel it crazy stuff. I feel at history. Yeah con blows my mind. I know this this. This is the second time we've talked about it but man is still blows my mind. I mean the spill. I mean yet. Is this time we talked about it. But i was still just as surprised with like each of those elements so crazy. So i don't know about you but after that story. I'm totally questioning reality. If you have a story wants to cover just head on over to our social media platforms and send us a message. You can find us on facebook or instagram at farside chats or email us at farside chats at mel dot com wanting more head on over to our website at farside chad's dot com and check out our resources next week. We're getting psychedelic. So make sure you tune in remember. Y'all it out there so make good choices and be aware of your surroundings will catch you woman back from the far side aris aristocracy. I was going to start. And then i was like tickle. So so he keeps dayton dayton three day suspend her jackie o. Beauty and. I am grace -plore Floor only go. No one's going to get the yeah. It's fine everything. He's the bear. He put his hand in honey jar in. It wouldn't come back out so her mental health really can take she began. Our right are To to to mr parenthood at episode complete..

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"jfk" Discussed on Far Side Chats

Far Side Chats

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"jfk" Discussed on Far Side Chats

"So i mean. She definitely new. That's really all we know about her knowing exactly. We don't know much more about that interesting. I'm it was mentally mapa. Yeah i mean. I can only imagine how taxing that would be especially being in the limelight. The way that they were. Yeah young beautiful couple in politics. Yeah makes perfect couple exactly but anyway so this type of behavior from jfk as pretty normal behavior in the cat circles but obviously it's kind of frowned upon in the general public right. Absolutely the laymen's as we've said so with that in mind in nineteen fifty eight. Jfk actually almost ruined his reputation when he was caught leaving his mistress's apartment in the middle of the night. No my goodness of course. They caught him on camera. No snapping those photos florence cater. Who is actually. She was the manager for the building that he was like leaving his that his mistress was in okay and she finds out that her tenant is lake shaggy with jfk and she is like ono. There will be no house of ill repute in my building and so she calls like thirty different newspapers to cover the story. Mike get him. Put the shane all that stuff. Yeah slander his name exactly. But at the time politics and personal life were pretty separate and the newspaper outlets. Were all run by men so it was lake broke. Oh they didn't want to mess his game up. A sick yeah. It does poor florence's out here trying to keep people in the right. Yes and nobody would help her out. I can't believe that these days it'd be like people be paying high dollar to get information like that. Oh yeah these days you would never be able to keep it under control. No but not back then pour florence. The enzyme hero worked out well for jfk. Because i mean all those newspapers wouldn't take the stories so okay so nobody would take it. Take nine hundred and sixty rolls around so two years later. Jfk it finally decides to run for president. So he's like starting to campaign and get his allies and old things that you have to do to run for president right and we all know how that turned out but we don't know the behind the scenes but there some ponding the stories. This is what happened. Jfk's dad he had ties to the mafia. 'cause obviously which is crazy. But okay. i sometimes you gotta you gotta get in with the thomas. O'malley's of the of the bunch. You know exactly anyways so. Jfk's dad reaches out to sam giancana. Who is in fact the mob boss of chicago never heard of him you know neither but apparently he replaced al capone. So he's like kind of a big deal he's a he's a mob boss. Yeah i mean if you're a place in our own you're not like little leagues. yeah okay. How many one knows al capone so. Jfk's dad pulled out the big guns buy reject. Sam exactly got it. And he's like yo sam. Can you support my son in the presidency. And sam's lake will. Of course i mean. Why wouldn't i wanna president on my side right absolutely in the pocket but has one mob boss might think he needs leverage. No he does a lot of things that a president can't know about an you know he needs to have some leverage to get stays on his side. Yeah that makes sense. Exactly stahl sam decides to sit a honey trap okay. I hope you'll tell me what this is. I will i feel like i probably know based on the name. Yeah but let's hear it. It's a honey trap after every time. Toss nap time. Oh let me set the scene. We've got our boy. jfk. Sammy davis junior frank sinatra and gm kana all out in las vegas. Just broken it out. Having a blast e blast win. Sam introduces jfk to the lamed judith. Campbell okay dog has been set. The scene is said so judith is described as a super gorgeous call rural Okay honey trap so from this meeting. Jfk and judith. They form a relationship. Which is exactly what stan wanted. Because judith has ties to the mafia and if anyone ever found out that jfk and judith. We're seeing each other. It'd be bad news. Bears for jfk Yeah the leverage that sam needed yet honey track. Got it okay. So that's a little bit january twentieth. Nineteen sixty one. Jfk.

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"jfk" Discussed on Far Side Chats

Far Side Chats

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"jfk" Discussed on Far Side Chats

"Inga. Benja are having a grand old time and the f. b. i. Soon gets word that inga may actually be a spy because of her close ties to hitler and they're all like yo like stop. Stop messing around with her. She's probably most likely like spy. Do which is crazy. Yeah you army. At the time. I was kind of big deal. I mean if i were jeff can't be like okay cutting ties. Guess it's time to back up. I mean i'd be listened to the fbi. I mean i would too aristocrats so that's true and because we're not aristocrats we do care however. Jfk did not. He gave zero cares whatsoever. Course he keeps dayton his little bingo. I love it. Okay i have a feeling this is not gonna end up. Well it's it never does really horse. So he's continuing with being beena. J. edgar hoover starts taping stations with jfk and inga and lo and behold our old j. edgar hoover. He hits the jackpot when he gets a three day sexcapades all recorded between jfk. And inga josh. Three days but i'm also like super creeped out of all people j. Edgar hoover is like recording personal conversations. I now i just imagined he's like in dark room somewhere like listening to all of this like with a cigar like who pictured the same exact thing which is hysterical. We're cool this is why we're friends anyways. So he's keeping all this stuff and we'll come back to that later. Okay so put it in the back pocket. Yeah put it. Just leave it right there. Okay got so jaeger. Hoover is in his. Like darko closet. Listening to the sexcapades will word gets back to. Jfk's papa bear and he's all sudden my beautiful son go so euro notes but listen this By in you gotta like country before putting know right exactly. I've got to cut ties. cut it. cut it off so. Jfk ended with his little. Ingo and i mean he's pretty sad. He goes back to washington. Dc and. he's just like really upset about it. He really loved her so now he's single. Now he's a single man. And i'm sure j edgar hoover's happy about this. I yeah i would. I would think so yeah so. Jfk he's back on the prowl and again j. Edgar hoover still has the intel though then. Jfk leaves the navy and at this time has like a few years later at this time. His dad starts pushing jfk to start shooting for the president's the okay. So he convinces him to run for congress and in one thousand nine hundred forty six. Jfk is in fact elected to congress and then in nineteen fifty two. He becomes a senator so he's like going through the ranks pretty fast at this point. He's like boom boom boom knocking them goals out. I love it. Yeah you know he's manifesting on another level too. Yeah he is. He wants to be getting he wants. He got it in front of him exactly. So in. Nineteen fifty three so this is a year after he becomes a senator. Jfk gets married to jacqueline bouvier. Who is also an american aristocrat. And we all have come to know her as jackie. O or jackie kennedy. I love it. Yeah glamorous beautiful lady just just lover. I had no idea her. Last name was bouvier. An okay we're gonna go off on it side talented again okay. I'm ready but jacqueline bouvier. Her cousin were the people that are featured in grey gardens. Yes little eighty yes. Yes oh my gosh. I love that. Yeah and she actually like. I don't remember when this was in like her reign as first lady but at some point when she was first lady. Big little eighty were about to get evicted from their house and jackie. O she like takes a month off in like gets their house up to code so they could still live there. What i had no idea. Yeah so she's just like a giving person love her so much she sounds so cool she does. I wish i could've met her. I know would have been the best all right back on track. Okay okay so at the time of their marriage. Jackie o was twenty four and she was actually a writer for the washington herald. Her follower was also a known womanizer. Similar to jfk's so you could kind of guess. That jfk sexual appetite was not really a new endeavor for her. She was being like that interesting. I also did not realize she was a writer. I also didn't know that. So learning all about her. Yeah i think she actually met. Jfk because she was shooting for one of the articles for the newspaper. Only but yeah really cool. She's a smarty party. Yeah throughout their entire marriage. Jfk would have other mistresses in. She knew pretty much about all of them. I don't know how she felt about it. I actually did see. Cnn has been doing a series on first lady's just did one on jacqueline bouvier day and i did see that. She started to get more uncomfortable with it. The more that their marriage was going on sharks that makes sense. Yeah.

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"jfk" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"jfk" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"JFK assassination Dorothy's death in Maryland yes I think you know a presentation that I gave in Allen Texas at the Allen library in November which is right outside of Dallas it was a two hour presentation with questions and everything that video had been up on YouTube and people can find it by going in there and throwing in Dorothy Kilgallon my name in the JFK assassination well on the seventeenth of February for whatever reason it took off and there were ten thousand views at the time which was a lot and one week later there were five hundred thousand and now today there's more than six hundred thousand views she also that presentation because people are curious they they love Dorothy get support of the but what I'm doing and more than that they want to see your get the justice he deserves and I think the same thing will happen with Maryland's case you know these were graver good women these are good people yeah they made mistakes yeah they had flaws but they both deserve you know a better fate than they had when they let's get into this mark when we come back in a moment mark Shaw with us his books of course double what latest the denial of justice denial of justice is websites are link off that coast to coast AM dot com sign up now for coasts owner free email newsletter get it today it coast to coast AM dot com and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK dozens of teaching assistants at UC Santa Cruz and no longer have a job the university fired fifty.

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"jfk" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"jfk" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"O'hare JFK Honolulu Atlanta and SFO the CDC has brought an extra personnel to screen passengers inside the customs area asking them questions and taking their temperature if necessary kiddo in San Francisco bestselling novelist Stephen King is leaving Facebook because of privacy and political concerns king announced on Twitter he's uncomfortable with what he called Facebook's flood of false information that allowed in political advertisements on the platform for more news listen to the daily dive the big news stories explained not shouted listen to the daily dive each day on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your favorite podcasts it's seven thirty five am news radio WFLA weather is not how to show up with coca Cola energy you're tired and you're thinking of cancelling on your friends don't do it every time you canceling a friend a unicorn loses its point it becomes a regular force do you really want that on your conscience instead grab an ice cold can of coca Cola energy with delicious coke taste in reinvigorating energy keep the unicorns a live show up every day with coca Cola energy energy one taste you love geico presents another voice mail from your roommate Hey I got some bad news someone broke into her apartment and they took your TV on your computer but what's most upsetting is me took my water bottle away there it is I was really worried first they took your stereo to the geico insurance agency can help keep your personal property protected.

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"jfk" Discussed on Diana: Case Solved

Diana: Case Solved

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"jfk" Discussed on Diana: Case Solved

"The US coastguard is conducting a search and has now been confirmed that all three bodies John F. Kennedy junior his wife Caroline Airline and her sister. Lauren had been found on the ocean. Floor off Martha's Vineyard. He was America's Crown Prince born. The son of President and list with his father's good looks wchs charisma and talent but on July sixteenth. Nineteen Ninety nine the plane. JFK Junior was piloting mysteriously plunged into the ocean. The most crash really Judah Pollen era will something citizen Narathiwat diversion. One is to believe comics homicide. Detective Colin McLaren of investigated countless motives mafia hits and cold cases. Go much evidence that he was murdered. Ordered studied every aspect of the life and death. JFK Junior now in twelve pot podcast series fatal voyage the a den of JFK. Junior talked to crucial new witnesses and uncovered deeply buried documents and explore his private life. I do believe that all of that information is out there and has just been covered up as things in the JFK in our location they should. I also answer the two questions that still hang over the life and death of JFK Junior. Who was the man the world new as Jive Kaduna and what happened in the skies either math as vineyard on that fateful night soon as he turned e lost the reason. It's now getting dark. He continued to fly toward the Vin. And then for some reason he made a couple of turn I will never know why he made the turns join us and listen to fight. Allege the dead of JFK Junie as we separate conspiracy from fact subscribe now to uncover the truth on fighter voyage. The Jiji No..

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"jfk" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"jfk" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Into JFK this morning the ana roads kind of busy over in New Jersey parkway turn pike all clear no problems to report in Westchester or Rockland county this morning here's our WABC weather forecast it'll be a mix of sun and clouds for today pretty mild to about fifty five tonight partly cloudy thirty tomorrow cloudy with rain showers developing late in the day at about fifty for Monday and Tuesday cloudy gray showers each day expected forty five to fifty and on Wednesday the first day of the new year a mix of sun and clouds breezy and about forty five forty four right now and Steve Michaels seventy seven W. A. B. C. traffic and weather okay so for over fifteen years as a first name out the radio please welcome the morning was pushing the needle murdered in any other morning almost ever could it does not get any better than this talk radio seventy seven WABC remembers don Imus program is paid for by purity products the following is a paid advertisement by purity products these statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease hello and welcome to the show I'm your host Campbell we've got a fascinating program for you today our guest today says that there is a youth molecule in the human body and he says this molecule.

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