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"jack kelly" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:54 min | 2 months ago

"jack kelly" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"After the PIC it's on Jack Kelly on Fox News likely Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, announcing in an email to supporters Tuesday. Chosen a former rival to be his running mate, California Senator Kamala Harris. Political reaction was swift. Within minutes of the announcement that Joe Biden had selected Kamala Harris to be his 2020 running mate, president Trump Tweeted of pre recorded campaign and targeting the California senator. Voters rejected Harris. They smartly spotted a phony but not Joe Biden. And during his press availability at the White House, the president went a step farther, accusing Harris of being a radical disguised as a moderate. Oxes. Kevin Corke. Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar, who ran against Harris and several of the primary says it's a good picture will be a great running mate because she's got the experience to serve as vice president to work side by side with Joe Biden. Harris will be a Delaware on Wednesday for her first joint appearance of the Democratic ticket. Prosecutors in Minnesota opposing emotion to dismiss the charges against one of the police officers and George Floyd's death officer, Thomas Lanes. Attorneys have argued he was a rookie cop only four days on the job. When Officer Derek Chauvet overruled his suggestion they roll Floyd on his side. In their response, state attorneys say there is no free pass for rookies to choose to disregard their training. Roddy Group of protesters gathering outside of Portland Police station again where there'd been several previous attempts to start fires. President Trump telling reporters Tuesday in Portland, Chicago and other cities these air no longer protesters. He's a left wing anarchist. We are anarchists, and I'm directing the Department of Justice to stop these anarchists immediately to stop them and to work with the city. And the state to get the job done. America is listening to.

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"jack kelly" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"jack kelly" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"After the PIC it's on on Jack Kelly and Fox News likely Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, announcing in an email to supporters Tuesday he'd chosen a former rival to be his running mate, California Senator Kamala Harris. Political reaction was swift. Within minutes of the announcement that Joe Biden had selected Kamala Harris to be his 2020 running mate, President Trump Tweeted, a pre recorded campaign ad targeting the California senator. Voters rejected Harris, They smartly spotted a funny But not Joe Biden. And during his press availability at the White House, the president went a step farther, accusing Harris of being a radical disguised as a moderate Fox's Kevin Court. Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar, who ran against Harris, and several of the primary says it's a good picture will be a great running mate because she's got the experience to serve as vice president to work side by side with Joe Biden. Senator Harris will be in Delaware on Wednesday for her first joint appearance of the Democratic ticket. Prosecutors in Minnesota opposing emotion to dismiss the charges against one of the police officers and George Floyd's death officer, Thomas Lanes. Attorneys have argued he was a rookie cop only four days on the job. When Officer Derek Chauvet overruled his suggestion they roll Floyd on his side. In their response, state attorneys say there is no free pass for rookies to choose to disregard their training. Roddy Group of protesters gathering outside of Portland Police station again where there'd been several previous attempts to start fires. President Trump telling reporters Tuesday in Portland, Chicago and other cities these air no longer protesters. He's a left wing anarchist. They.

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"jack kelly" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:44 min | 3 months ago

"jack kelly" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Jack Kelly and Fox News. The Trump administration, reportedly in talks with local and state officials in Portland, Oregon, to reduce the number of federal officers who've been guarding federal property in the face of violent protests in Portland. That's provided local authorities could do the job. Donald Washington, director of the U. S. Marshal Service, is in Portland Details Fox News at night. I'm going to meet with members of the community over the next couple of days. Members of the faith community, the business community and others who were willing to talk about what next. Washington says violent extremists who hijacked the protests are only interested in creating chaos. The protests continuing for a 62nd straight night, Portland's mayor contends the presence of federal law enforcement officers Has triggered more protests. A contentious hearing on Capitol Hill yesterday as attorney General William Bar appeared before the House Judiciary Committee. Lawmakers peppered the attorney general with questions about the Portland protests, Racism and President Trump's commuting of the prison sentence of friend Roger Stone. But House Democrats spent a lot of time interrupting Bill Bar. Justice Department spokesperson carry Q PacTel's Fox's Hannity they would refuse to let him answer those questions. Meanwhile, Democratic Congressman Eric Swalwell tells Fox is the story with Martha MacCallum. The attorney general doesn't need an ice cream cone before he sits down. Nobody needs to be allowed. Answer the question. He's He's a big boy Bar said he expects Russia to try to interfere in the upcoming election in Washington. Jill NATO Fox News The CEOs of some of the biggest tech companies will appear before the House Judiciary Committee today is it wraps up a year long investigation of how they dominate the market's Apple's Tim Cook? Send our peach I have Google Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. And Amazon's.

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"jack kelly" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:59 min | 5 months ago

"jack kelly" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"But I could see on Jack Kelly this is fox news from the cremation society of Minnesota weather center here's your forecast for Thursday partly sunny high near seventy three Thursday night mostly cloudy with a low near sixty a few showers on Friday with a high of seventy five showers and storms near eighty four Saturday I'm Corey Hartman on Twin Cities newstalk AM eleven thirty currently sixty six degrees hello my friends this is John legend George Lopez congratulations this is uncharted territory life is not fair this pandemic has put us in the real place we've ever been in our lives I am sorry because life like this graduation rarely goes as planned commencement quite different from the one you or anyone else in vision you didn't use this crisis you didn't ask for it but you can choose how you live and the world is waiting for what you'll do next commencement the podcast celebrating the class of twenty twenty available now on the free radio Minnesota hasn't heard a show like this one D. sixty nine Twin Cities news talk eleven thirty three point five FM land of America and the gateway to the west good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world George nori welcome to coast to coast AM great program for.

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"jack kelly" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:49 min | 8 months ago

"jack kelly" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"People like Jack Kelly and fox news eighteen hundred eighty six victims bell in China that list includes the director of one of the hospitals at the epicenter of the outbreak in Wuhan China well the three hundred Americans who'd been stuck aboard a cruise ship anchored in Japan on which scores of people tested positive back in the U. S. after being evacuated over the weekend we wanted to get our people off that ship and safely and as comfortably as possible back to the United States to complete their fourteen day quarantine and for those who are infected to be shipped as several of them were to Nebraska to be able to be taken care of under the conditions of experienced people that's doctor Anthony Fauci of the centers for disease control fourteen of the Americans are looked at home have been diagnosed with the virus China says the number of new infections has been getting smaller each day for the last thirteen they interpret that as a sign that containment efforts are beginning to work the Boy Scouts of America facing a barrage of sex abuse lawsuits has filed for bankruptcy with the chapter eleven filing the organization hopes to reorganize during the process of sex abuse lawsuits against it will be put on hold a bill that would have banned assault weapons in Virginia fails as a handful of moderate Democrats joined Republicans in killing the bill in the state Senate committee a spokeswoman for governor Ralph north about the fight's not over a quote we will be back next year while the proposed assault weapons ban may have been a bridge too far Democrats have won a string of eight gun control victories in the house including limiting handgun purchases to once every thirty days requiring background checks allowing local governments to ban firearms in public spaces and red flag measures to block sales of firearms to those who are a danger to themselves or others fox's Doug.

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"jack kelly" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:37 min | 9 months ago

"jack kelly" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Of people feared trapped in collapsed buildings but Jack Kelly this is fox news the WG by accu weather forecast overnight mostly cloudy low twenty five cloudy on Saturday with rain in areas of fog rain mixed with a little snow early hi forty two Sunday cloudy and breezy with a rain or snow shower high forty two your accurate forecast star Brian may on newsradio eight ten and one oh three wide W. T. Y. New York state's most beloved skating rink is now open daily skate for free rentals are available and free every Saturday courtesy of Hannaford supermarkets for more on special events including free learn to skate clinics a visit empire state plaza dot NY dot gov message and data rates may apply earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload but what if there were a business degree then advance your career skills and give you access to world renowned faculty leaders and mentors all on your schedule one that opened doors to some of the most influential C. E. O.'s tech companies law firms entrepreneurs and thought leaders and what if you could earn that degree in as little as sixteen months one hundred percent online find out more text proud to seven nine six four five start on the path to earning your MBA or business analytics masters degree online from the W. P. Carey school of business at Arizona State University today learn more about the graduate programs from the top ranked W. P. Carey school of business at Arizona State University offered one hundred percent online text proud two seven nine six four five that's P. R. O. U. D. two seven nine six four five it's talking Kelly Monday morning what's worse for you we'd or booze that's a seven fifteen eight ten and one of three one of the G. Y. thanks for inviting me into your home long haul truck R. V. camper taxi your parents well appointed rec room with the simulated wood paneling electric fireplace and the painting of dogs playing poker your loft that greasy spoon just off.

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Eagles Overwhelm Giants to Clinch a Playoff Berth

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 10 months ago

Eagles Overwhelm Giants to Clinch a Playoff Berth

"Today the giants close things out with a thirty four seventeen lost to the eagles to clinch the NFC east title the giants and with the four twelve record in there's plenty of room for blame to go around says giants head coach Pat Shurmur me were all part of this and we own the fact that we didn't win enough games you know I think we evaluate what this team looks like moving forward and make the changes necessary move on I think that's what any team does Jack Kelly it's not a seventeen all time with a fifty yard field goal early in the fourth before the eagles pulled away for good Daniel Jones lost a fumble the eagles scored easy on a two yard run from Boston's got a rented two yards for another score midway through the quarter the giants small seconde one Barkley round sixty eight yards for a touchdown in the third after Daniel Jones threw a twenty yard touchdown pass to golden Tate Barkley ran for ninety two yards today raked up a thousand three for the year becoming the first giant with a thousand plus rushing yards in each of his first

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"jack kelly" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"jack kelly" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I'm Jack Kelly on fox news that's what president trump says who's forming him the face of a congressional inquiry into his dealings with Ukraine telling a rally in Louisiana last night with Democrat lies hoaxes smears slanders and scams resident was in the bayou state campaigning for and responding to the Republican running against Louisiana's incumbent democratic governor John bel Edwards Americans will get to decide for themselves about the probe soon we will begin our open hearings in the impeachment inquiry next week we'll leave beginning with the testimony of a master tailor and a **** can't on Wednesday and we'll have a mastery of one of its testify on Friday this will be the first of the open hearings house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff each of those witnesses has already told congressional investigators they were concerned over the president's phone call with Ukraine's president appearing on Trish Regan primetime on the fox business network vice president Mike pence predicting Americans will see president trump did nothing wrong there was no quid pro quo presidents Lynskey of Ukraine has said repeatedly there was no pressure in our aid to Ukraine was released generals begin today a lot more of Mexico for some of the nine Americans six of them children massacred Monday by suspected drug cartel members nearly one thousand mourners are expected Mexican authorities say the man they arrested suspected in the attacks was not involved a death chamber apology in Texas from Justin hall the pain and suffering because the families of these two murder victims but he said I'm ready and the lethal injection was administered hall was convicted for strangling a woman in two thousand two fearing she'd read out his drug operation Asian stocks closing Thursday higher after old mixed day on Wall Street Wednesday futures are up more than one.

"jack kelly" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"jack kelly" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"In New York City at the turn of the century newsies is a rousing tale of Jack Kelly charismatic newsboy and leader of a ragged band of teenage losing dreams only of a better life far from the hardships of this three seven publishers raise prices at the newsboys expense Jack finds a cause to fight for and rallies newsies from across the city to strike for what's right based on the nineteen ninety two cult classic movie newsies millennium's production of newsies features a cast of over thirty local team under the direction of Landon Spangler this is a visual spectacle you don't want to miss audiences can expect speak how killer dancing for newsies pointers the purchaser taking good a millennium rap dot org news he what's the most fun you can have on a Saturday morning at ten AM the coffee coaches show list for them you seem like you're walking like you're not enough real funny girls you know athletes sometimes tear things wave and landed awkwardly after a down day at the pageant you know a mess when they well you know you got long enough that you can come back they'll vertical I did not I was just surprised I really got it over Monica yeah kind of shocked me and if you were ready to get in holler poster in absolute you can tell that story the store yeah I let him have it he wasn't used to Duncan so I just unless we get a little bit more experience doing that you know how to land the hello I live.

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"jack kelly" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"jack kelly" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"And there are contractors who will never get paid will not necessarily I should say not necessarily get back pay extensively. Congress will provide back pay for people that does not diminish the anxiety and the stress that's caused an obviously things like maybe interest people need to take out loans to cover stuff and whatnot. I had cited a coming out of that ninety three the second longest government shutdown in ninety three. A statistic about twenty five five thousand government workers. It's still not received all of their back pay from that time. I got a correction that and I thought that I had said it was a function of of unpaid overtime and whatnot. But this came out of a lawsuit that under the federal labor standards act and some state labor standard acts. I if an employer fails to pay wages do an employee or class of those who successfully sue can recover the unpaid wages double damages. So and attorney fees those payments have not been paid to those twenty five thousand workers from that nineteen Ninety-three case, I I'm not convinced that there wasn't some overtime. That's still do. But according to this. Audience member who was at the show, Shannon that that was not the case. But I stand corrected the bind as she writes that I understand workers are in is that they are prohibited by law from striking this came up yesterday in the conversation. Because I think they're considered essential workers if they strike they can be fired. If they keep working for no pay they can be reasonably confident of a retro pay and possibly double damages years in the future after a class action lawsuit is complete and she does not appreciate that dynamic. I'm not going to. But she says that is crap as opposed to. I'm not it's not too bad says. I think this is our casting. I'm not deeply disappointed the free swag wasn't awarded for the farthest traveling fan, Chicago, we had people who came from from across the country. I got to beautifully knit hats that say cedar to Sam seat or twenty twenty that. Meilen solider? Arguing over the second one. They look really good. They were read folks, we're we're very well made very sweet. And we all had magnets that we were given out to people who were traveled that was, but we didn't get all of them out. But perhaps future shows we're looking looking into it. I mean, contemplating maybe we'll do like a barnstorm on the west coast, maybe barnstorm on the east coast that type of thing, but we shall see. But just a reminder this program exists because of its members members make this show possible day in day out and his way of saying. Thank you. We give you extra content every day. So you can join the majority report by going to join the majority report dot com..

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"jack kelly" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"jack kelly" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"And he's certainly worked as hard as he could to bring it about and people love to hear him speak. But they just didn't want to vote for him. I mean, there's an obvious. You know, we we hear a lot of people talk about this era as being the the new gilded age, and we're you know. I don't know if you know, the sort of the the wake of the financial crisis in two thousand eight and the the the the great recession is analogous. But I mean, what do you see what what tell me what you see in terms of analogies and our in contrast from that era and this one well, I think that. What you're saying is very true that this, you know, this idea of were in the new gilded age the the. Lack of regulation of capitalism. That was true. In the gilded age was really the main problem is there was just no the government didn't want to get involved in anything. They really know. Exactly. What to do today? We're in the opposite. Where we had we're moving towards increasing regulation of capitalism. And now, we're sliding backwards that the under this administration, the congress a lot of regulations just everyday regulations a business. The keep them a little bit in line are being dismantled. And the thing about capitalism that they realize back in the eighteen nineties and turn of the century was had to be regulated capitalism. Just doesn't work the corporate corporate form doesn't work if it's not regulated by government. And so. I think it's a it's a I'm gonna s- trend away from regulation the government. I I usually bring up the this parallel of. Richard all as a lawyer for the railroads. Director railroads and was serving as attorney general today. We have.

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"jack kelly" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"jack kelly" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"There was no real black and white. In a way, the outcome of the strike was paradoxical because you gene, Debs losses strike and went to jail lost is court fight against the injunction had to go to jail for six months. And yet when he came out of jail, he was he was welcomed back to Chicago by one hundred thousand supporters, and he was lionized George Pullman won the strike, but he was widely reviled for his intransigence. And even a lot of his friends. You know, if he'd been a little more flexible, he could've saved the country all the turmoil. I didn't go into much to the turmoil that resulted strike, but it was so widespread closing down railroad some which so many towns and cities were dependent, you know, the price of food went through the roof. There was several dozen people got shot dead. All that could have been saved if he'd just been a little more flexible and a little more human and is dealing with this. Employees. But he didn't see it that way, and the strike also gave an impetus to the progressive movement, which was coming along came along few years later on the turn of the century and re both railroad workers and workers in general. Received the benefit of legislation dealing with whether they had the legal right to unionize, whether the hours of work, the conditions at work child labor minimum wage things like that began to be to to to come into play a lot because of the shock that the strike had on the country in an wealthier people in particular that they it was it was type of insurrection that they were you know, had nightmares about. And so that one of the results of the strike was the the the progressive era a mega strike on. It can go into a minute is it's affecting Eugene Debs because he he changed his tune to a great extent because of his experience in the strike. Well, let's talk about that. How that how that what lessons he learned from this? Well, he, you know, he saw that if the government was going to come in on the side of capitol. Then it didn't do any good to just organize labor that you needed to change the government. And so he he was one of those unusual characters who became more and more radical as you got older know for most people, it's sort of the opposite. You have your radical in your youth and sort of wise up as you get older, but dubs transformed. This American railway union into what became the socialist party of America and started on a career as a politician and ran for president of the United States five times as a socialist in and built of at least the the beginnings of a socialist movement during that era nev-. Ever. Of course, getting a lot of traction in America. But he was the great prophet of of socialism. Wh what was it that? I mean, I just want to explore that dynamic where his he has this because he clearly sees that a government that that weighs in on lay on the side of capitol. And this one was extremely corrupt, but we can see it in the context of things like even like Taft Hartley puts its thumbs on the scale for for management and capital in in terms of legislation. But he sees what there is is there does he think that there is no. Just expand a little bit more on that that that that that realize ation he has about the what he needs from government. Well, you know, I think he he took the principles applied to labour organizing, which was idea of solidarity that if workers could express solidarity with each other and all join together and not fight amongst themselves. He took that idea and apply to an even larger context of the country as a whole that if the working class could could all pull together and form a party, and and and actively fight against the powers in the government that could bring about fundamental change. And there was a lot of very hopeful utopia. Maybe you Topi, and you could say ideas that. Society could be transformed and this this was the beginning of it. And. The reasons why failed. I'd say on the one hand though, socialism failed. So the ideas that socialists were putting up at that time such as government-sponsored old age, pension, or or healthcare or unemployment insurance did work their way into the political mainstream, but socialism as a as a creed never really got attraction that that that Debs would hope that would..

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"jack kelly" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"jack kelly" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"When the Pullman factory workers went on strike, they appeal to the the American railway union, which was this big inclusive union that Eugene Debs would started just about a year earlier that union happened to be having their convention in Chicago, it exactly the same time. The strike broke out and one of the questions at the convention was. Should we allow black workers into the union and Eugene Debs pleaded with them the delegates from all the locals, please? You know, you have this is the union had been founded on the idea of solidarity, including everyone in one big union. You can't you can't draw the race line. Unfortunately, they voted by very small margin. They voted to exclude blacks from the union and the as the as the strike on folded and the union tried to help the Pullman workers by boycotting Pullman cars on the lines. It would have been much more effective if they could have had the Pullman porters on their side because they were absolutely necessary for operating the Pullman cars, but instead the black workers continued to work. They weren't allowed in the union and the the strike ultimately came to not. All right. Let's talk about the the role of the US government the federal government, and and we should on some level. You know, also, I I guess the courts, and and the sort of state and local the the attorney general at that time was a guy named Richard Omay. And he was what to say he was a. A railroad attorney. But he was. Was was he still actively an attorney railroads still? He was he was still an attorney for the railroad to is director of several railroads. And it was almost like being Torney general was like a sideline for him. And so his sympathies was you know, he was supposed to be the chief officer of Justice in the country. And instead he worked hand in hand with the railroads who wanted that they were very eager to break the strike and break the union because they saw this the industrial union as as a pretty good threat to them. And so he worked hand in hand with them all through the strike and appointed a a arou- another railroad lawyer as as as the USO special US attorney in in Illinois to handle the day-to-day fight against the strike. So that was that was a major. Part of the the reason the workers lost because they did stick together. They didn't shut down the railroad and say, they put enormous pressure on both railroads and Pullman. But once the government got in about the the were up against more than they could handle give us a sense of what that push back. Look like, I mean aside from injunctions. I mean, I guess it's, you know, this is one of those classic cases where the court does issue an injunction. But then, you know, then the question is in what army, and it turns out the basically the US army. Yeah. The the the junction really made the strike illegal and not only just legal in general terms, but individual acts of if you didn't go to work, you were essentially breaking the law. You could be jailed without trial because you were in contempt of court. If you talk to somebody about the strike, you could be jailed for being in contempt of court. So that was pretty powerful weapon against the strike. And only also convinced Grover Cleveland, the president then to send in the US army that was a very sketchy. There was a very sketchy legal basis to that. Because the army was not supposed to be involved in any kind of law enforcement as it is not also not today. But the army came in with artillery cavalry, primarily in Chicago. But also in other cities out west and and were involved in putting down the strike. And so to the extent that there was a I mean, so the strike is put down essentially the workers go back without any type of of relief. And particularly in the context of those rents I guess. Yeah. And they also had to sign a what was called a yellow dog contract which was a contract that said they would never ever again. Join a union. It was added on top of. I didn't tell us what happens afterwards because this is one of those examples of like a of. I don't want to say good loss. But the value that can come out of a loss in a political fight. Yeah. I think it's it's an interesting look into sort of the complexity of history..

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"jack kelly" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"jack kelly" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"What was at the time was one of the biggest factories in America about fifteen miles south of Chicago. And his idea was to get out of the center of the city, which like many cities during the industrial era, Chicago we've been clogged with tenements in squalor. And he thought that it would be better to build the factory outside the city and to company that he built a company town, which was seen as a model town. This is the way cities should be built in the future. It was had neat. Little brick cottages for the workers parks playgrounds schools, libraries, and it was right beside the factory, and that that was sort of the origin of the of the dispute the came later twenty years later when he. Or about fifteen years later when he his workers went on strike against him. I mean. Then. So the talk about the development of the strike because I I want at one point bring in the question of race here, which which is important, it seems to me throughout this story and some level it runs parallel. And then there's a moment where it could intersect. I guess or does it. I mean, it's it's it's the I should say the story of race is seems to me to be intertwined throughout and the plight of of of black workers at that time could have been intertwined as well. But didn't and that may have been sort of like the fatal flaw to this strike on some level. But. Tell us the strike develops because people living in Pohlmann's company town, it's a fairly small, I I guess complaint or would have been fairly small for Pullman to rectify, but he was very it seems rigid about well, you know, on principle. He doesn't wanna in any way give a concession to the workers. Yes. That's exactly correct. One of his neighbors said he was the most frigid pompous autocratic ever seen and his personality did have a big effect on the whole thing. The he responded quite reasonably to the slow down by lowering dropping the wages of his workers. But instead of also lowering the rents which in general rents were going down because it was a depression. He kept the re- rents at the same level. So guys would work for for two weeks. So there were paid every two weeks, and they would. Get a check for three dollars, and that was to bite you over for another two weeks and feed your family. This brought up a lot of the complaints of the already had about the the bottle town which was not really such a model. It was filled with company spies. It was. There was no town government that was all run by the company there were these petty rules that they would make up and post around they had to obey and the workers were generally discontent. And they. When they were being squeezed between the rents and the and the lower wages. They decided to go on strike. The other angle that you're you're referring to. And I think it is important. I think it's just a illustration in a way that whenever you go back into American history. I was tripping over the race question. George Pullman, partly as a Republican and a follower of Lincoln. He had hired freed slaves almost all freed slaves to work on his sleeper cars as servants. And that was if. In a way, it was benign act. It was trying to help them out. It was one of the few jobs that they could get on the railroads or anywhere else. But he he had his personality was such the head to make money at everything. So one of the ways he made money off of them was he didn't pay them. They work exclusively for tips at first. And then after a while they got they would like ten dollars a month, and they had no opportunity to rise. The had only that one role has what was called porters. They were Pullman porters..

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"jack kelly" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"jack kelly" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"And that was the first March on Washington now, it's become sort of a national institution as a form of protest. But he was the first one to actually bring it about. And it made the government so nervous that they they handed out rifles to office workers at the treasury department because they thought these guys were would break into the treasury and loot the vaults there. And the movement was referred to as Cox's army. But it was in. No Cincinnati army that they were it was totally peaceful people that just want to be heard and and did anything come of that. I mean aside from the defensiveness I mean, we should also say this is we're now I guess about twenty years out from the institution of an income tax right at this point. And I would imagine like all of these desires to have the federal government take a bigger role, particularly in the context of like depression start to to generate some of this. I guess impetus to raise more funds or to have more sort of dedicated funds. I guess, but yeah, nothing nothing really came of the Cox movement accept it except for that sort of nervousness that generated in the country. Sorry. He was arrested for walking on the grass. There was actually a law saying that it was illegal to deliver a harangue on and on Capitol Hill, which was kind of an ironic law at the time and. The his his I I would say his idea was really ahead of its time. It was more Keynesian then than the, you know, this is before canes and the idea of stimulating the economy when it's depressed, but the Grover Cleveland was president. Then was Dave OT of the gold standard and the hard money stance was exactly the opposite of what was needed during the depression. But he went onto Sasser bait it they did pass a income tax. But it was overturned by the supreme court. I think in eighteen ninety five the the supreme court in that era was very conservative and very backward. Looking and they ruled that the sort of an Technic calorie that income tax was not constitutional was another. I think it was in. Nineteen thirteen before they actually passed a constitutional amendment that allowed I income tax. And I should I just put I should you. Bush put in parentheses for our libertarian friends who believe that the income tax is is still legal because I think there were two states that supposedly did not have quorum for that amend. But that's that's for another day. Let's let's talk about George Pullman and set Pullman up for us because on some level. I mean, he's sort of like a an early prototype of maybe I maybe this is too far of an analogy. But there's something Jeff Bezos ish about him. And particularly when we're getting this sort of like Amazon campus in queens now, but tell us what George Pullman about him. Yeah. That's an interesting parallel. Because I the one thing I would certainly say is they they were both business geniuses and Pullman had a great sense of what people wanted he he went into the railroad. Business of exactly the right time in eighteen sixties and developed sleeping cars. And the the the first transcontinental rail line opened eighteen sixty nine you could suddenly go from east coast west coast in a week, but even traveling in for a week and a and a coach car was uncomfortable. So he came up with these cars that can be converted into beds. That were extremely luxurious. They had all the ause that the Victorians loved, and they were fabulously successful. And he he didn't sell them to the railroads. But he he he retained ownership and operated them on the railroads all the money the people paid for. The upgrade to a Pullman car went into George Pullman pockets, and he became a fabulously wealthy to build the cars he constructed..

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"jack kelly" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"jack kelly" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"And still no actual denial. Right. So I'm still has his discu-. I'm telling it's so funny. I'm listening to this crime. Town pot a podcast about the com- Kwami Kilpatrick may oral rain in Detroit. And it all looks like totally nothing compared to this. But one of the things he's he's a lot more than Trump. But he always did that like I think that question is insulting. Right. And I think the fact that you would ask that in front of the people is not only an insult to them and to me, but even you and your job as a journal you've smelting on and on and on. And it's like that except, you know with a also guy who's losing all of his faculties friendly journalist facilities. He I mean, he couldn't see you know to be fair. He couldn't see her right because he was just on the phone because she's she's doing the old. Laughing. And he apparently was just, you know, this is the thing is that when you snort Adderall, I think what it does it makes it much harder to pick up on on social cues. And I think that's probably the problem. I thought have you treated Robert Durst was totally unfair. You are not going to be attorney general now Janine Pirro. So I was gonna make you attorney general and head of the space first. But now nothing nothing, let's not blame a perfectly good stimulant for Trump's shortcomings. All right on writing. Adderall is great. I there's. Sure, that's true. But I would not go on your. That's if you're very well. I'm not sure I was gonna say I mean, I can imagine it's possible. But I think if you're in a very defensive state, and I would not go on national cable TV and trying to fend yourself zone. To that. What does she watch by Fred read mission? She's not big anybody. He. Hey, Mike Johnson. I can't. That is the best piece of is. That's come out of the White House is the Kevin McCarthy though, that Trump calls John Bolton, Mike. No, you would have you look like at Mike moustache moustache make obese way you'd have a moustache like that. Unless you're in a Mike to succeed in the kind of business. We're gonna take a quick break in when we come back. We'll be talking to Jack Kelly on the edge of anarchy, the railroad barons, the guilded age and the greatest labor uprising in America. We'll be right back..

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"jack kelly" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"jack kelly" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash majority. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. All right. So. This happened. I guess over the weekend. I'm a little bit confused by having done the show on Sunday. But Donald Trump. There was a. A couple of pieces in the New York Times that broke over the past couple of days. One is that the F B I had opened an investigation counterintelligence investigation that is different from a criminal investigation. There is no report that's issued from counter there are no charges that are issued necessarily a minute is it is blunt specifically to serve protect assets. And. The times piece said a nothing was found. But I'm not sure if that is conclusive, but leave it at that at the very least also what broke this week was that Donald Trump went to great lengths Cortel Washington Post to prevent anybody from getting any type of read about what happened in his meeting with Putin. And literally took the translators notes private these private classic classic is deputy Jif basis. What does notes, and you know, I I guess it's conceivable that Donald Trump is just such a sophisticated guy that in is trying to do something that is so remarkable that he would you know, as opposed to like what he said to the territory or others that he was worried about the deep state. You know, particularly that early in his. You know, because this is a guy who has probably read quite a bit of the history of the MAC nations of the US government and probably understood from bureaucratic standpoint who you want to prevent stuff from getting too, right? I mean, that's not hard to believe to an reader total reader and well versed in all of these these base pitfalls. So at the very least he's not defensive at all he went on Janine pre Piero's show and Janie Pero, folks. I'm sure most of you know, what we mean in the biz by a softball question. Well, here's what happened when when someone pitches, you a softball, and you are so defensive that you whip out a machine gun and try and shoot at it. Now are good. Have you ever worked for Russia? Mr president. I think it's the most insulting thing I've ever been asked. I think it's the most insulting article I've ever had written. And if you read the article you'd see that they found absolutely nothing. But the the headline of that article at school the failing New York Times for reason they've gotten me wrong for three years. They've actually gotten me wrong for many years before that. But you look at what's going on. You know, I fired James Coney. I call them lion James Comey because he's a terrible. And he did a terrible job as the FBI director look at what happened with Hillary Clinton and the emails and the Hillary Clinton investigation one of the biggest screw ups that anybody's ever seen as especially Gatien, and what happened after I fired him Andrew McCabe. Peter Struck his lover Lisa page. She's so messy. He's loving Lisa page, you need to be remembered that to name Pierrot is sitting there going like, I was joking. I said it has a joke that I not communicate. That's all she saying right now heading up to dunk. She like literally they've cut away. This is all be rolled because she's got this thing going. I'm convinced at this point. She's looking around going what's going on going? Hey, did it, and you know, they're all gun. Most of those people many many people from the top ranks of the FBI. They've all been fired or they had to leave and they're all gun that we're talking about. And obviously nothing was found, and I can tell you this. If you ask the folks in Russia, I've been tougher on Russia than anybody else. Any other probably any other president period for such certainly the last three or four presidents modern day presidents. Nobody's been as tough as I have from any standpoint, including the fact that we're doing. Oil like we've never done it. We're setting records g with oil and exporting oil and many other things. So which is obviously for them. Because they get the money for the most part, but many other things. So I think it was a great insult. And the New York Times is a disaster as a paper, it's a it's a very horrible thing. They said and they've gone so far than people that weren't necessarily believers are now big believers because they said that was a step too far. They really are a disaster. Meduse bent..

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"jack kelly" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"jack kelly" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I think chad kelly probably the same thing if he wasn't hurt the yeah the reactor okay but i'm still i'm still looking at a first round quarterback that's in this competition that's all about bravado if jack kelly as of being something that's a bonus for the broncos past than lynch has the be at this year jeff kelly is not even in the mix this year although chad kelly threw two touchdowns but 3 interceptions against texas seen him over his career okay he also made a tackle i just i this feels so much like july imbetween otas in training camp talk track kelly that not a most talented quarterback on this roster would yours well talented forever simeon yes just talent just town alan yeah more talented we're not sovereign between the years are running game manager and all that crap yes i agree in lynch's a better athlete and he's more he's more dynamic his size just makes him more dynamic but that being said check kelly's like six two to twenty as a prototype the only thing you get scared like how many big hotels been rothlisberger everyone always compares him to have been aziz six five fm rothlisberger yeah i mean but six we're talking six seven that could be really a problem i've never seen big talk quarterbacks like that be that great yeah i don't know but i just chad kelly is not more talented than paxson lange or else he would have been taken earlier because will the issue with israel he's getting over it chad kelly will be available to the broncos this season if they choose to use this is my dream scenario my dream scenario radio leaves the pain knows attleboro the amazing know if someone gets injured a quarterback jack kelly's doing so well in paxson lynch are doing so well you got a one two combo there and get a tree trevor simeon that would that's my hands no trade value of your yong i think he does he is not the jets wanted him i think they're good with what they have now what is it i know enough price petty right g g knows gone there right yeah gino in new york the other new york the other knee jersey jane changed locker rooms i i just feel like this is trying to stir suffer no hanley inches more chad kelly is talented yes.

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